JasonCable.com's GLBT PodCast, A Gay and Lesbian Talk Show.
Summary: Gay and Lesbian talk radio brought to you 3-4 times per week covering the important issues of the GLBT community. Plug in and listen to the Internet's informative gay talk radio: Jason Cable.com's GLBT Podcast.
I am confused. What rights should we fight for? Who should do it? At what government level? Etcetera... PLUS a little on Dr. Phil on how he wants to be Suze Orman.
Listener feedback about the last show and the beginning sex talk a lot of us would have loved to have... I hope.
An update on where I think we should be headed with the LGBT rights battle in this country... today. Also, an update on my status.
This one rambles a bit as life has been a little rough this past few months. Sometimes you need to just get things off of your chest. Also, my various work coming out experiences.
This is my pre-release session given at PodCamp Pittsburgh 3. PCPGH3
Should we choose gay doctors? How do we ask for HIV tests? This and more in another comeback episode.
Some great feedback including some from a guy who came out because of this show... maybe.
For this first time in a while I am actually proud of something. My voice was going and I just had to get my 150th episode of the podcast for my third anniversary (23 June 2005). I decided to do a nice restrospect, showing different ideas and time periods of my own development. It's hard to believe how far I've travelled in three years.
A quick review of Pride in the 'Burgh.
A high-level overview of Focus on the Family along with a view into their world and take on the LGBT community. Basically, we are sinners and are actually straight.
Real, Raw, Jason. This is about as bad as it gets out there folks. I cover the homophobic, disgusting Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas. Also, some of your feedback.
In this podcast I talk about a variety of issues surrounding celebrities, especially whether they should be out and proud or not.
Alfred Kinsey was thinking about the issues we face today back in 1948. He solved our greatest problems. He saw 60 years ago what we see today. Yes, things may have been in a different perspective then but the ideas apply to our situations today.
The definition of homophobia is something we rarely think about yet should. It has changed with society and is still at the forefront of our struggles as gay people.
I love hearing from everyone. All sorts of topics covered.