A non-stop thrill ride of underwear-related facts, stories, and observations. Apologies in advance to anyone who likes Jesus.
Is Andrew Garfield gay? Does Andrew Garfield hate gay people? Is Andrew Garfield a sexy AIDS time traveler? Are all these questions indefensible click-bate? Listen to find out! You won’t believe minute 21!
Here is the Wikipedia article for the Supreme Court case I talked about with regard to Mormonism and plural marriage in Gayish: 016 Mormon (w/ Derek Flora).
Gosh, does any of it sound familiar? It’s from 1878. Religion does not permit a citizen to “become a law unto himself”. (From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reynolds_v._United_States)
“The court considered that if polygamy was allowed, someone might eventually argue that human sacrifice was a necessary part of their religion, and ‘to permit this would be to make the professed doctrines of religious belief superior to the law of the land, and in effect to permit every citizen to become a law unto himself.’ The Court believed the First Amendment forbade Congress from legislating against opinion, but allowed it to legislate against action”
Are there gay Mormons? Our friend Derek Flora fills us in on the honest, and sometimes naked (literally), truth of what it was like growing up gay and Mormon.
A little delayed, but here’s the article from The Atlantic that I got a lot of the info for 015: Subaru.
“People joke about lesbians’ affinity for Subarus, but what’s often forgotten is that Subaru actively decided to cultivate its image as a car for lesbians.”
As I promised in Gayish: 015 Subaru, the HRC Buyer’s Guide can be found at www.hrc.org/apps/buyersguide
If you’re a good person, you’ll show your support by putting your money where your mouth is. Then again, Chick-Fil-A is delicious and sometimes that matters even more than LGBT people.
Why are Subarus associated with lesbians? We delve into the world of LGBT marketing. Plus, Mike says smart things about current events while Kyle tries to say the word Obergeflet.
Can gay men donate blood? Mike gives Kyle some surprising info on blood and HIV. Plus, a gay football player who almost committed suicide rather than come out.
In our first mini episode (for the gays on the go), we talk about the controversial new stripes on the gay pride flag.
If you want to learn more about Pride and Stonewall, here are the sources I referenced in the Gay Pride episode: