Rappin' Transboy to Singin' Transman!
Week of November 17, 2014
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There's style and stylin' for hate and hope from the ridiculous fashion musings of Jehovah’s Witness leader Anthony Morris III to the sublime coming out rap by Camp Aranu'tiq's 8-year-old transboy Alex.
The Great Mademoiselle who mentored several gay composers is profiled in a Rainbow Minute (produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns at WRIR-FM/Richmond, Virginia, read by John Deboer).
And in NewsWrap: Botswana recognizes lesbigay rights, homophobic Nigerian vigilantes claim 25 busts, Saudis jail gay social media nudist, New South Wales passes "bring your own marriage" bill, high school gender swap helps Japanese students see differently, and more news reported this week by Carole Meyers and Wenzel Jones (produced by Wenzel Jones and Steve Pride).
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