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In this episode of History is Gay, Leigh and guest host Aubree Calvin return to the story of Pauli Murray, an important African American lawyer, and activist who is finally getting the historical attention they deserve. In addition to having a brilliant legal mind, they were a writer, poet, and priest, and had time to be friends with Eleanor Roosevelt. Pauli Murray should be in every U. History book in every K school.
So, if Pauli Murray was so important to so many movements, why has history largely forgotten them? Leigh and Aubree try to answer that in this two-episode series. In this second part of our first-ever two-part episode, we look at what made Pauli queer, and try to get a handle, as best we can, on their gender identity. Preston can be found online at www. Our wonderful guest host for this episode, Aubree Calvin, can be found at www. You can also hear Aubree in episodes, which you can check out by clicking here! InSmith, also known by his drag name, Joan Jett Blakk, made a historic bid for the White House as an openly queer write-in candidate.
In our conversation, we talk about the film, the impact of focusing on historically excluded folks in media, and the importance of visibility and disruption as protest in the midst of the AIDS crisis.
You can learn more about Whitney Skauge on their websiteand follow them on Instagram at whitneyskauge. In this episode of History is Gay, Leigh and guest host Aubree Calvin discuss Pauli Murray, an important African American lawyer, and activist who is finally getting the historical attention they deserve.
This first episode looks at their upbringing, many careers, and accomplishments. Later, in part two, we look at what made Pauli queer, and try to get a handle, as best we can, on their gender identity. Support for this episode comes from. us while we ponder how exactly a literal 2-ton sculpture goes missing, discuss the merits of lesbian drama in s Rome, and did you know that blister beetles have been used as aphrodisiacs for centuries? Yeah… neither did we…. Our wonderful guest host for this episode, Amanda Helton, can be found at www. You can also hear Amanda in our episode on Michelangelo!
Please fill out our first-ever History is Gay Listener Survey! We want to hear from YOU and your thoughts about the show! What do you like? What do you dislike? What do you want us to know? Go to www. You can also hear Aubree in our episode on Sister Rosetta Tharpe! Did she really have a daughter named Kleos or was she her young lover?
Collaborating with experts in the fields of poetry, queer studies, theatre and Ancient Greece, Sweetbitter untangles the life of Sappho including the importance of her work and sexuality in modern times. Leigh spoke with Leesa and Alyse back in October while they were gearing up to launch the show, and now you can hear five of their episodes everywhere you listen to podcasts, and check them out at www. In this episode of History is Gay, Leigh and guest host and art museum professional nerd Amanda Helton discuss Michelangelo Buonarroti.
THE Michelangelo. Buckle up for the extremely gay Italian Renaissance, everyone! Thank you to Ashten Hope for the additional research provided to make this bonus episode possible! Shirts, hoodies, totes, and other neat things, as well as s from our History is Gay digital coloring book! In this episode of History is Gay, Leigh and guest host Ashten Hope slap on some cowboy boots and head to the wild west to tip our hats to a slew of badass transgender pioneers. Grab your horse and your headphones and get ready to ride into the fantastic lives of these frontier queers.
Bio Time: Harry Allen — — Content warning: suicide mention — Word of the Week — — Content warning: sexual assault reference — — Content warning: substance abuse mention — Who were they? Bio Time: Mrs. Nash — — Content warning: suicide mention — Who were they? You can find guest host Ashten at AshtenHope on twitter! Shirts, hoodies, totes, and other neat things. Welcome to September, queerlings!
No new episode of History is Gay today, instead this bonus drop is us sharing a wonderful new podcast called Transcripts with you! Transcripts is a new podcast that puts the transgender movement in context. Using oral histories from the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project at the University of Minnesota, hosts Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam introduce listeners to the trans activists who are changing our world.
Somehow this year has simultaneously lasted forever and also gone by way too quickly. Think again! She broke boundaries wherever she went, straddling the line between worldly and chaste, secular and gospel, and loved both men and women.
You can learn more about Aubree and her freelance writing at her website www. Leigh got a chance to sit down and talk with Steven Capsuto, author of Alternate Channels: Queer Images on 20th-Century TVa deep dive into the history of queer representation on radio and the small screen from the s to ! We chat about our favorite moments of representation from the era, the impact and role of gay activists in moving the needle forward for narrative depictions of queerness, and more!
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Listen as we talk about his successes and foibles, and how history did this code-breaking, -crunching badass dirty. The book is out July 7th in physical, audio, and e-book wherever books are sold, or you can just go to hankgreen. Instead of a new episode this month, History is Gay is participating in PodcastBlackout. If you are not Black, we hope you take this opportunity and time to read, educate yourself, and donate to organizations and causes dedicated to the fight for Black lives. The Black-created podcasts mentioned in this episode that you should check out and financially support:.
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