Waymon Hudson

Gay Street Beat Podcast (Featuring Me!) Talks About DADT, Taking Back Pride, Prop 8, & More!

Filed By Waymon Hudson | June 12, 2010 12:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Media, Politics, Politics, The Movement
Tags: Don't Ask Don't Tell, Elena Kagan, Gay Street Beat, Instinct, Jim Ver Steeg, Jonathan Higbee, Pj Iraca, Podcast, Pride, Prop 8, Supreme Court nomination, Take Back Pride

I was back on the new LGBT podcast "Gay Street Beat" this week for their Pride edition and wanted to share it with all of you!

Be sure to download it free on iTunes and hear all the fun & informative interviews. This week featured interviews with Instinct blogger, Jonathan Higbee, attorney, Pj Iraca, and me!

I talk about the current state of the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell and a new movement to re-politicize Pride called "Take Back Pride"! Jonathan Higbee is a recent transplant to NYC from LA and his observations are sure to make you laugh. And attorney Pj Iraca fills us in on the most recent updates from the Proposition 8 fight and gives us a clue about what we can expect from the Elena Kagan nomination to the Supreme Court.

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It was amazing fun to do with host Jim Ver Steeg, so check it out and download it! You'll be educated, entertained, and amused without a doubt!

Gay Street Beat's mission is "Bringing you a big gay world, one phone call at a time."

A new voice in gay entertainment, news and information. Each week host Jim Ver Steeg will talk to some of our regular contributors for a national perspective on the issues, entertainment and news we care about.

Be sure to download the podcast or listen to it on the website!


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