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Nathan OUTloud, hosted by Nathan Treanor, is a collection of coming out stories and conversations on LGBTQ+ politics and current events. Additionally, some episodes spotlight LGBTQ+ musicians, authors, or other cultural icons.

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Nathan OUTloud, hosted by Nathan Treanor, is a collection of coming out stories and conversations on LGBTQ+ politics and current events. Additionally, some episodes spotlight LGBTQ+ musicians, authors, or other cultural icons.

Come OUT | Be OUT | Live OUTloud

    Kathy Young -- Eight Years Later

    Kathy Young -- Eight Years Later

    In this episode of Nathan OUTloud we welcome Kathy Young back to the show. Kathy was my final guest in Season One and I have been looking forward to catching up with her.

    Kathy is the Vice President of Youth Market for the American Heart Association and President of the AHA LGBTQ employee resource group, Hearts with Pride. She has also been very active in Arizona politics and served as Area Representative and member of the Board of Governors for the Human Rights Campaign. Kathy lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her wife and two kids. You can find her on TikTok at kathyyoung_. Here is my recent conversation with Kathy Young.

    Thank you for listening to Nathan OUTloud. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to your podcasts. You can find the show on all of the social media platforms and if you have any comments, feedback, or would like to be a guest on the show, please email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com or call (802) 32-Be-Out.

    Come OUT | Be OUT | Live OUTloud

    • 59 min
    Meghan Stabler -- Election Recap

    Meghan Stabler -- Election Recap

    Meghan Stabler returns for an election recap episode. We discuss how we can heal from the past four years, what the first 100 days of a Biden/Harris Administration might look like, and what cabinet position to which Meghan will be named.

    Thank you for listening to Nathan OUTloud. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to your podcasts. You can find the show on all of the social media platforms and if you have any comments, feedback, or would like to be a guest on the show, please email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com or call (802) 32-Be-Out.

    Come OUT | Be OUT | Live OUTloud.

    • 49 min
    Author and Activist Kat Kellermeyer

    Author and Activist Kat Kellermeyer

    In Episode 4, I speak with Kat Kellermeyer. Kat is a nonbinary author from SLC with a background in community organizing. They were raised up in the LDS Church and stayed a member until their coming out at 24. Since then, Kat has been a vocal advocate for the queer community in Utah, especially in issues concerning the LDS Church and local queer policy.

    We discuss why pronouns are so important. Find more information at mypronouns.org

    We also discuss the activism that Kat continues to do in Utah to protect and support the LGBTQ community from the constant harm and influence of the LDS Church.

    Kat wrote a piece for out.com titled, “The Mormon Church Is Gaslighting the LGBTQ+ Community”.

    Big thanks to Kat Kellermeyer for joining me and for sharing their story.

    If you have any feedback, would like to share your story, or just want to say hello! Email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com, or call the Nathan OUTloud listener line at (802) 32-Be-Out. Follow me on twitter @nathanoutloud and on Facebook at facebook.com/nathanoutloudfans, and on Instagram @nathan.outloud. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.

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    • 57 min
    Author of M to (WT)F Samantha Allen

    Author of M to (WT)F Samantha Allen

    Author Samantha Allen joins Nathan OUTloud to discuss her new Audible Original titled, M to (WT)F: Twenty-Six of the Funniest Moments from My Transgender Journey, as well as her books Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States and Love & Estrogen.

    A GLAAD Award-winning journalist, Samantha’s work has been published by The New York Times, CNN, Rolling Stone, and more. She has a Ph.D. in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Emory University and received the Kinsey Institute’s 2013 John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology. Samantha lives in Washington State with her wife and their hairless cat Zuma. When not working on her next book, Samantha co-hosts the You Should See The Other Guy podcast and writes a newsletter called Get Lost.

    You can learn more about Samantha’s work on her website, www.samanthaleighallen.com.

    With just 10 days left until the end of the US Election season, if you have not yet voted, be sure to come up with a plan right away by going to vote.org. Between early voting, absentee or mail-in voting, and safe options to vote on November 3rd, there is no excuse not to participate and make sure your voice is heard.

    If you have any feedback, would like to share your story, or just want to say hello! Email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com, or call the Nathan OUTloud listener line at (802) 32-Be-Out. Follow me on twitter @nathanoutloud and on Facebook at facebook.com/nathanoutloudfans, and on Instagram @nathan.outloud. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.

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    • 44 min
    Eleven Years Later with Meghan Stabler

    Eleven Years Later with Meghan Stabler

    In this episode, I welcome back my first guest in Season One, Meghan Stabler. Meghan is a highly experienced business executive and prominent political advocate and activist. We discuss her work on the Democratic Party Platform Committee, reflect back on the ups and downs that the LGBTQ community has experienced since we last talked. She shares her touching and personal story as a mother, an activist, and an out and visible member of the community.

    We discuss the upcoming election and challenge everyone who is eligible to vote to do so and to get involved in the process and volunteer. Check your registration status, find your polling location, or request a mail-in ballot by going to vote.org.

    Thank you for listening! If you have any feedback, would like to share your story, or want to say hello! Email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com, or call the Nathan OUTloud listener line at (802) 32-BE-OUT. Follow me on twitter @nathanoutloud and on Facebook at facebook.com/nathanoutloudfans. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.

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    • 54 min
    Church & Politics

    Church & Politics

    Religion and politics are two topics that we are told that we should avoid discussing, but in this episode of Nathan OUTloud I am facing them both head-on.

    The Season Two premiere of Nathan OUTloud comes about eight years since the last episode was released. I set aside the light and cheery tone of previous episodes to discuss the real issues being faced by the LGBTQ+ community at the hands of organized religion and the Republican Party. I share my experience of alienation and gaslighting from growing up in a Mormon and Republican family.

    Links to articles and movies that I mention in the episode:

    “The Mormon Church Is Gaslighting the LGBTQ+ Community” by Kat Kellermeyer: https://www.out.com/commentary/2019/9/19/mormon-church-gaslighting-lgbtq-community

    “11 Warning Signs of Gaslighting” by Stephanie A. Sarkis Ph.D.: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201701/11-warning-signs-gaslighting

    For the Bible Tells Me So: http://www.forthebibletellsmeso.org/indexc.htm

    For They Know Not What They Do: https://www.fortheyknow.org

    Thank you for listening! If you have any feedback, would like to share your story, or just want to say hello! Email me at comments@nathanoutloud.com, or call the Nathan OUTloud listener line at (802) 32-BE-OUT. Follow me on twitter @nathanoutloud and on Facebook at facebook.com/nathanoutloudfans. Please be sure to subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Come OUT | Be OUT | Live OUTloud

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