Queer and Queerer Ep. 10 – Topics From a Hat—From Soup To Nuts!

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Zack has never heard Peterson‘s “From Soup to Nuts” expression, but it apparently defines our tenth episode well! After several mono-topical episodes, we dramatically over-compensate by limiting discussion on any topic to three minutes. We have a big pile of topics in a hat. Some were submitted by listeners, but we each contributed some of our without the other knowing what they are. We don’t get to them all, but we do address a total of 19 topics! Tune in to hear about Muslims, Catholics, Country Music, Goth, Glee, pansexuality, hats, and more! Special thanks to Gavin, Christopher, Peter, Scott, and everyone else who submitted topic ideas this week!

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Here’s some more information about what we talked about this week:

» Study shows gay men are thinner and lesbians are more obese.

» Zack’s Recent Post: Why Celebrate a Conservative Gay Catholic?

» Documentary on coming out older: Latecomers.

» Towleroad: The Fate of I Love You Phillip Morris

» Learn more about Poe’s Law.

» Watch the Glee season finale on hulu!

» Just Fucking Google It.

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  • Jane says:

    I commented on Peterson’s blog about the body image, but felt compelled to write something more here. Yes I’m behind in my listening.

    I think the study on the weight of gay men and lesbian women is troublesome in several areas.

    First, what age groups did they interview? Because, more and more, there are lesbians who are as weight conscious as we’ve always assumed gay men to be. Also, is there a generational divide in the women – are the older lesbians more anti-patriarchy and social manipulation than younger lesbians?

    Second, are these cisgendered gay and lesbian folk? My assumption is yes, but I wonder if that makes a difference.

    Finally, I wonder why we give a rat’s @$$ about this. By discussing the article do we give credence to the patriarchy and heterosexism that we see and feel everyday. Should we instead be more concerned with the rise in young people contracting STIs? Should we be putting more energy into HIV/AIDS education – something still needed.

    I don’t want to be seen as one who listens to the blather of the hegemonic patriarchy yet rails against the oppression.

    Just some more thoughts from a groupie of Queer and Queerer.

    Embracing the Q,
    Jane

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