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Meet Lindsey Deaton: creator, artistic director, public servant, fierce transgender and LGBTQ+ youth advocate, and host of the new podcast called, "the TransVagina Dialogues" (available on your favorite podcast app). Lindsey, and her wife Joan, join us today. Joan wrote a book entitled, "Top 10 Trans Questions Answered." Links to Lindsey's personal…
 
Since Shelly's away, Kirsten and Mary ask each other the questions this time — questions commonly asked of queer folks. Also, Jugs McGoogle, the lesbian world's favorite PI, is back on the case. And if you would like to send us a question or a queer topic for discussion, please email: queerlifepod@gmail.com or leave a voicemail at 202-495-0606. Mus…
 
In today's episode we discuss the ongoing controversy at University Elementary School in Shreveport, Louisiana, surrounding Blaine Banghart, a beloved music teacher who is not allowed to be out as trans nonbinary. If you would like to contact the school to state your point of view, please cut and paste https://universityelementary.org/contact into …
 
In this episode, our food friend Austin joins us for a hard look at some anti-trans legislation in Texas and also Florida. If you'd like to contact Texas Governor Greg Abbott directly (and give him a piece of your mind), please copy and paste this link into a browser window: https://gov.texas.gov/contact. Also, please direct any questions or commen…
 
This week we discover that Shelly isn't really up on current events (better luck next time, Shelly). Also, I don't recommend trying her meatloaf. Seriously, don't do it. And special thanks to Adam, Sheri and Alex for this episode's topics. If you would like to send us a question or a queer topic for discussion, please email: queerlifepod@gmail.com …
 
The topic this time is all about love and relationships. Oh, and our favorite private investigator, Jugs McGoogle, makes an appearance. If you would like to send in a question or topic for us to discuss, please drop an email to queerlifepod@gmail.com, or leave us a voice message at 202-495-0606. Music provided by Purple Planet: https://purple-plane…
 
In today's episode we contemplate whether or not this Q & A format is actually right for us...or if perhaps Shelly needs to have her meds adjusted. But seriously, please don't send hate mail - we're giving it our best. Regular mail, of the non-hate variety, can be directed to: queerlifepod@gmail.com. You can also leave us a voicemail at 202-495-060…
 
Why the heck are we on a turkey baster kick? No clue. And how did we miss Elvira's big coming out announcement? These are a couple of the topics we're mulling over today. We also have some fantastic listener mail, and Kirsten decides to show up! Enjoy! And if you have a queerific question, comment or story you'd like to share, please contact us at …
 
John Della Volpe is the Director of Polling at the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics, where he has led polling initiatives on understanding American youth since 2000. The Washington Post referred to John as one of the world’s leading authorities on global sentiment, opinion and influence. John appears regularly on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and…
 
Today's episode features a hilarious conversation with Jessica and Nikki Gerson-Neeves, the Canadian owners of 3 cats who have claimed the couple's new Vitamix blender as their own. This story has gained international interest! If you'd like to follow along on social media, please look up Temperamental Chucklefuck and Friends on Facebook. And if yo…
 
We're Mary and Shelly, cohosts of the successful, Latter-Day Lesbian podcast. However, in this show, we're ditching Mormonism to explore the everyday stories, struggles, and successes of the LGBTQ+ community. This is our very first episode! Next time we'll be joined by our friend, and fellow podcaster, the lovely and talented Kirsten...who didn't s…
 
Won’t Lose This Dream: How an Upstart Urban University Rewrote the Rules of a Broken System, tells the remarkable story of Georgia State University in downtown Atlanta, which has overturned the received wisdom that lower-income, minority, and first-generation college students are doomed to fail in large numbers — they are not — and transformed the …
 
Florida has found its next head coach in Louisiana's Billy Napier. David Waters of Gators Breakdown joins the podcast once again to discuss the hire and what it means moving forward for the program in Gainesville.By Mike McDaniel - Sons of Saturday National
 
In one of the most stunning head coaching moves in recent memory, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly, the winningest coach in school history, resigned from his post to take the LSU head coaching job late Monday night. Nick Shepkowski of USA Today's Fighting Irish Wire joins the podcast to discuss the decision, the ramifications of the move for Notre…
 
On a brand new episode of Sons of Saturday National, Mike sits down with Matt Zemek of USA Today's Trojans Wire to discuss the unfathomable hire of Lincoln Riley, who spurned what he built in Norman for the vacant USC head coaching job. This hire has ramifications across the college football landscape, and we discuss what this means for USC, the PA…
 
On a brand new episode of Sons of Saturday National, David Waters of Gators Breakdown joins the show to discuss the Dan Mullen firing and where Florida goes from here. We discuss the reasons why it happened, the type of coach Scott Stricklin will be looking for in the cycle, some early names, and a big job that could open that would change the comp…
 
On a brand new episode of the Sons of Saturday National College Football Podcast, Mike reviews the newest iteration of the College Football Playoff Rankings and tries to understand what the rankings rationale is for the Committee. Mike then welcomes Justin Ferber of Cavs Corner on the Rivals Network to the show to discuss Virginia football ahead of…
 
On our first edition of the Sons of Saturday National College Basketball Podcast, Mike and Ed discuss the state of college basketball heading into the 2021-22 season which kicks off this week, including a Power Five preview, and discussion around Gonzaga and Villanova. Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe to Sons of Saturday National!…
 
The Florida Gators defense is in quite the tailspin after an egregious performance against LSU. Now with two weeks to prepare and a date with #1 Georgia this Saturday, can the Gators turn things around? David Waters of the Gators Breakdown podcast joins the show once again to discuss the defense, Dan Mullen's handling of the quarterbacks, and more.…
 
On a new episode of the Sons of Saturday National College Football Podcast, we were joined by Greg Luca of the San Antonio Express-News to breakdown the UTSA Roadrunners. It's been a big week for UTSA, as the program is 7-0 and nationally ranked for the first time in program history. Not only that, but they are heading to the American Athletic Conf…
 
On a brand new episode of the Sons of Saturday National College Football Podcast, Evan Saacks of And The Valley Shook on SB Nation joins the show to discuss Coach Ed Orgeron's separation agreement with LSU, and what to expect in the upcoming coaching search. Please rate, review, and subscribe to Sons of Saturday and follow us on social media @SonsO…
 
On a new episode of the Sons of Saturday National College Football Podcast, we are joined by Tony Siracusa of Last Word on College Football. In this episode, we discuss the UCLA Bruins, the state of the PAC-12, and the Ed Orgeron separation at LSU. Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe, and follow us on social media @SonsOfSat.…
 
On the newest episode of Sons of Saturday National College Football Podcast, I am joined by the Sons of Saturday Irish podcast hosts Tyler Wojciak and Luke Smith to breakdown the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. How much longer will Brian Kelly coach in South Bend? Can Notre Dame win a national championship with him as the head coach? What's going on wit…
 
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