Queer and Queerer Ep. 29 – Bouncing Back from a Bloodbath

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The magic word of the day is “resilience.” How do we stay strong and move on when the going gets tough? Whether it’s extended unemployment, a shattered wrist, or a sea of red across the election map, misfortune comes in many forms and we all have to find ways to be resilient. Join Zack and Peterson for a political discussion about the results of yesterday’s election, as well as some insights into how we maintain ourselves as individuals. After you listen, leave a comment here or on Facebook with your own ideas about how to be resilient as well as ways you can make a difference in other folks’ lives.

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  • Shirley says:

    Obamalamadingdong!

    Liked this week’s podcast a lot. To be honest I try to avoid wallowing in news media so I haven’t heard overly-much about the recent election, so I didn’t mind the American politics Peterson! 🙂

    I found the political discussion in general very interesting. When you were talking about progressive people as those who hope for something that hasn’t happened yet, and maybe calling for patience, that is something I need to hear regarding the politics here in NI. It is so easy (for me) to slip into cynicism, and with good reason (I feel). But we have to find a way to support those who are making even small moves towards equailty… to find a way to hold out for hope, we’re doomed if we don’t (‘if you have no hope there is none’). So thanks for that.

    Hope the wrist heals soon X

  • Audrey GetEQUAL Smith says:

    So you think I should stick it out here in PA instead of fleeing to Canada? I am having a raging debate with myself about this.

    @Zack, now I don’t feel so bad about having a Bachelor’s degree and not being called for an interview after applying at Home Depot…

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