On today’s show we review the latest path of the Ban on Conversion Therapy in Massachusetts. We also re-air the interview with James Duggan of QFlix as we prepare for it’s third year in Worcester. An opponent of conversion therapy held up a sign while lawmakers and advocates waited for the start of Tuesday’s hearing
We take a look at LGBTQ News.. MA bans Conversion Therapy And we look at the origin of Transgender Day of Visibility
Now celebrated across the U.S. and in countries all around the world, the International Transgender Day of Visibility got its start 10 years ago when Michigan-based activist Rachel Crandall-Crocker felt the need to not only mourn the loss of members of the transgender community via the Day of Remembrance but to honor the living members
TDoV is an annual holiday celebrated around the globe, dedicated to celebrating the successes and accomplishments of trans and gender non-conforming people, while also raising awareness of the work that is still needed to save trans lives. Worcester Youth Pride President and Trans Kay Vail will join Joe in studio to talk about the decade
Ed Lablanc founder of Central Mass LGBT and Friends Breakfast Club joins Joe to talk about this Grassroots Social Club You can find more info on the Breakfast Club at: www.facebook.com/groups/MassLgbtbreakfastclub/ on Facebook.
On this week’s Radio Pride we are joined by Jarrett Hanley, a Sales and Marketing Executive with Big Night Entertainment Group in Boston and the creator of O.P.E.N (Out Professional Executive Networking) Jarret and Joe talk about the LGBTQ+ community in business and on the whole. Organizations like OPEN are very important to the Community
Julia Benjamin, a third generation Hollywood daughter, joins Joe from LA on todays’ show. Julia started very young, At age 8 Julia achieved instant stardom and world wide recognition as she debuted in the role of “Susie Baxter” with acclaimed actress Shirley Booth, who owned her show and starred as “Hazel” Julia has her very
Joining us on today’s show will be Dr. Bryan Bushman, PhD Dr Bushman is a Psychologist and Neurospsychologist at the McKay Dee Behavioral Health Institute and St Jude Children’s Hospital. Dr. Bushman has written a new book: Becoming Okay (When You’re Not Okay) A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO DECREASE SUFFERING AND DEVELOP ACCEPTANCE Tune into today