4 episodes

Straight Talk From Queer Voices

Stereotypes Christopher J. Beale

    • Society & Culture
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Straight Talk From Queer Voices

    The Marijuana Minister

    The Marijuana Minister

    His congregation, many of them healthy young men, were dying from a terrible disease. There was no cure, there still isn’t. One thing helped with the pain, marijuana, but it was illegal. The true story of how a San Francisco pastor changed the definition of “communion,” and committed felonies to comfort his flock.
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    Stereotypes was created, hosted, written and mixed by Christopher J. Beale. Editorial support from Josh Taylor and Kyana Moghadam. Special thanks to Jim Mitulski.
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    • 28 min
    Still Coming Out

    Still Coming Out

    Everyone’s coming out is different. Some folks can’t come out, and for many — when we finally do — we discover that there are more questions on the other side.
    Meet Rae, a gender non-binary person who has learned to treat coming out as a process the length of a lifetime. Plus, Chris shares how he got caught in the act and forced out of the closet in high school.
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    You can contact Christopher Beale on Twitter, and connect with the show at StereotypesPodcast.org.

    • 26 min
    Being A Lesbian In Georgia In The 90s | Trailer

    Being A Lesbian In Georgia In The 90s | Trailer

    Stereotypes — Straight Talk from Queer Voices debuts Monday, August 2.
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    Stereotypes: Straight Talk From Queer Voices | Trailer

    Stereotypes: Straight Talk From Queer Voices | Trailer

    Debuts Monday 8/2 at StereotypesPodcast.org

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Love this show!! Can’t wait for the next episode

My new favorite podcast! Stereotypes takes things to the next level. Really appreciate the authenticity and approach to topics that I can relate to, but rarely find in mainstream media. Can’t wait for the next episode; I’ll be sitting on the edge of my seat all week!

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