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Lucky us - guests Lipstick & Dipstick on Out Loud Tues Jan 15th 6pm

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Have you heard? Lipstick & Dipstick are locals & they're also well known to women around the world!

They'll be hosts for the L Word season preimiere Sunday Jan 6th at the Bagdad Theater 

Voted the #1 column in CURVE in a recent reader's poll, Lipstick & Dipstick give punchy advice to the lesbian community, a measured blend of guidance, wit and sincerity from the femme and the butch perspective.

2008 Oregon Equality Act & Domestic Partnership Q-News

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Out Loud
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Mon, 12/31/2007

Soul interviews Executive Directors from BRO, Q-Center and TransActive. Topics: 1) Domestic Partnership Law Delay, 2) Oregon Equality Act in effect today.

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25:04 minutes (34.42 MB)

Rainbow Christmas

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Out Loud
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Mon, 12/24/2007

Soul interviews L4Lpdx, & Brother To Brother on the question: How do we enjoy all the colors of the rainbow – including the traditional Christmas red and green.

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21:27 minutes (29.46 MB)

Circle A Radio playlist for 12/19/2007

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12/19/2007

 

PORTLAND PFLAG

Long-time gay rights activists, and current PFLAG members talk about the Portland Chapter of Parents Friends and Families of Lebians and Gays. The recordings were made by the Preserving Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer History class at Portland State University.

 

Too Hot for Radio

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Wed, 12/19/2007

WARNING: This show contains explicit language and sexual content.

51:14 minutes (46.91 MB)

LGBT Holiday Stress Reduction Part 2

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Out Loud
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Mon, 12/17/2007

Soul interviews a Portland PFLAG family along with Jenn Burleton about how families can co-create less stressful holidays from two different perspectives:

26:22 minutes (36.22 MB)

Talk is cheap, Free speech isn't

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Old Mole Variety Hour for December 3, 2007

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Sun, 12/02/2007

Bill Resnick talks with Prof. Ismael Hossein-Zadeh about the administration's charges against Iran. Frann Michel reflects on religion, sexuality and social control--and the movie "The Bible Tells Me So." Host Clayton Morgareidge comments on arguments that maternity leave is unfair to non-parents. "Iceberg Lettuce, Anyone," is Luz Maria Gordillo's latest short story about Mexican immigrants. Clayton comments on "Wishing for God." And local activist Jamie Partridge talks with Bill Resnick about challenging Congressman Earl Blumenhauer on his vote for the Peru Free Trade Pact.

55:00 minutes (12.93 MB)

The Underground playlist for 07/25/2007

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The Underground
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07/25/2007

July  2007 –  No Theme

Jennifer reads Meritocracy, a story she wrote

Camaya and Jonathan – Profile on Friends of the Children

BreAna interviews Toni about Super SAC

Felicia – Talks about Darfur and a benefit she’s organizing to help raise funds for refugees of Sudan

Margaret interviews Bethany about her cancer, which she died from 10 days after this interview

BreAna and Zoe  - “How to pick the perfect pet”

Annie- Commentary on Feminism

The Underground playlist for 06/27/2007

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The Underground
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06/27/2007

June  2007 –  Best of Portland

Jennifer – Review of Rembrandt Show at Portland Art Museum, Best Place To See Art

Shadow Interviews Suzanne from Hawaii Pacific University

Breana Describes her trip from Vancouver, WA to Vancouver BC, all on Public Transportation

Vicki from the Renisance Arts Academy’s Pulse of Portland Music Project does this profile on State of Mind

Hanna, Shadow, and Margaret go to the Dyke March and do interviews.

Annie interviews Katherine from La Conner Washington who is Volunteering at the Rock and Roll Camp for Girls.

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