Queer and Queerer Ep. 33 – Penal Codes, Oral Arguments, and Masturbation

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The dynamic duo is back, and admit it, you missed us! Peterson and Zack fill you in on all the crazy fun stuff that’s been happening in their lives, Peterson brings us some more queer erotic poetry, and then the two launch into a roundtable on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Prop 8, Trans Day of Remembrance in Botswana, and the removal of “sexual orientation” from the United Nations Resolution on Extrajudicial, Summary, or Arbitrary Executions. The charming rapport, sophomoric euphemisms, and cutting analysis of LGBT issues is back like never before. Leave your comments and tell all your friends to download your favorite queer podcast.

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

» Read more of C.P. Cavafy’s poetry.

» Read Zack’s analysis of the Prop 8 Oral Arguments or watch them on C-SPAN.

» Autumn Sandeen: What Would The Repeal Of DADT Mean For Transgender Servicemembers?

» The U.N. Resolution Change and the British  Muslim group’s condemnation.

» Botswana’s first-ever Trans Day of Remembrance.

» Machelli’s new song, “In Your Face.”

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There are 4 Comments to "Queer and Queerer Ep. 33 – Penal Codes, Oral Arguments, and Masturbation"

  • James D says:

    Hey Peterson and Zack – I have to say I liked this episode a lot. The poetry was interesting, but overall, I think what I like best about this podcast in general is that I feel like I become more informed about queer issues in politics and society. This is due to the fact that your conversation do, in fact, tend to be informative, but also because you both are able to have intelligent, articulate, and very entertaining conversations and debates. That’s what keeps me coming back – smart witty banter that makes me feel like I know, at least partially, what’s going on in the world of queerness. Thanks for doing this.

  • James D says:

    P.S. I also enjoy a good debate between an atheist and a Quaker once in awhile too. Those have always been fun on your podcast, too.

  • Jendi says:

    Please keep doing the podcast! I listen to every episode. Can’t get enough intelligent conversation about LGBT issues and religion, especially with humor thrown in! Queer poets you might enjoy: Stacey Waite (intersex author), The Poet Spiel. Carl Phillips, Reginald Shepherd, Emanuel Xavier, Susan Stinson, Leslea Newman, Charlie Bondhus, Melanie Braverman.

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