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Out in the Bay

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Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Location:

San Francisco , CA

Networks:

KALW

Description:

Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Language:

English

Contact:

510-816-0450


Episodes

Remembering The Cockettes

12/2/2022
While they weren’t around for long, the Cockettes left an outsized legacy that we explore this week with exclusive recordings and interviews.

Duration:00:29:29

‘Doubting Thomas’ probes false accusations

11/18/2022
What would you do if falsely accused of molesting a child? And you see your career crumble. Matthew Clark Davison’s novel “Doubting Thomas,” about a gay school teacher, challenges assumptions about guilt, innocence and more.

Duration:00:29:29

Veteran Lauren Hough: ‘Leaving Isn’t The Hardest Thing’

11/11/2022
In our queer nod to Veterans Day, we bring you Lauren Hough. She grew up in infamous Christian cult The Family, which her father had joined to dodge the Vietnam War. At 18, Hough fled to the Air Force, where she got anti-lesbian death threats and her car was set ablaze.

Duration:00:23:06

Inequities In Bay Area MPOX vaccines

11/4/2022
What happens when members of our Bay Area LGBTQ community pay to skip the line? Reporter Corey Antonio Rose has that story, plus a chat with the Oakland LGBTQ Center on Out in the Bay.

Duration:00:29:30

‘Changeling’ sings about gender transition

10/28/2022
Hear about the transgender experience from singer-songwriter Nick Lawrence, a family coach and former foster-parent educator on LGBTQ topics. His new album, I Am A Man, is about his own transition.

Duration:00:29:29

Black Queer Women Get Mighty Real

10/21/2022
The latest production of ItsQwere is inspired by ’90s-era comedy TV like In Living Color, All That, and SNL.

Duration:00:29:28

‘Bad Hombres’ skewers Latinx stereotypes

10/14/2022
In “Bad Hombres” at San Francisco’s Theatre Rhinoceros, sole actor Rudy Guerrero plays seven characters that comically skewer stereotypes of queer Latinos.

Duration:00:29:30

Breaking Mental Health Stigma with Stories

10/7/2022
It’s Gunawan’s hope that through PRESS PLAY: Exhibition, he can reach people who are struggling and tell them, “you are good.”

Passion for politics in 'Paul for Pete'

9/30/2022
Crucial midterm elections are little more than a month away. How can individuals make an impact? “Paul for Pete” author Paul Mason Barnes lays it out in his book and gives tips on how to get involved on Out in the Bay Queer Radio + Podcast.

Duration:00:29:30

Race Bannon: Queer & Kinky

9/23/2022
The leather activist, author, sex educator, and kink afficianado is Christopher Beale’s guest this week Out In The Bay.

Duration:00:29:26

How many ways can you ‘Spell Heaven’?

9/16/2022
How do we find human connection? Being “in with the out crowd?" Author and poet Toni Mirosevich finds peers on the pier.

Duration:00:29:30

Project Open Hand: 37 years of 'Meals with Love'

9/9/2022
Ruth Brinker, a grandmother and retired food service worker at the time, started cooking and delivering nutritious meals to San Francisco gay men debilitated by HIV/AIDS in 1985. Soon after, Project Open Hand, the nonprofit she founded, became a model worldwide.

Duration:00:29:28

Born Perfect: Don’t try to ‘pray away the gay’

9/2/2022
Despite clear evidence that conversion therapy doesn’t work and harms LGBTQ people — with high rates of suicide and other mental health impacts — the practice of trying to conform one’s sexual orientation or gender identity to societal norms continues.

Duration:00:29:28

Wrestling with Monogamy

8/26/2022
This week, we are tackling two oft-misunderstood subjects on Out In The Bay. Open relationships, and professional wrestling.

Duration:00:29:28

Author Dwayne Ratleff on ‘Dancing to the Lyrics’

8/19/2022
Dwayne Ratleff grew up Black, poor and gay in 1960s Baltimore. As a youngster, an older Southern neighbor and his loving grandma both told him: “Don’t explain yourself, be yourself.”

Duration:00:29:29

Monkeypox advice from health experts

8/11/2022
Airs 5 p.m. Friday: Monkeypox has primarily affected men who sleep with men, but it has been diagnosed in children and women, and health experts says it’s likely to move more widely into the general population. What are we to do?

Duration:00:29:26

Flashback to queer Provincetown, 2013

8/5/2022
Escape with Out in the Bay to a simpler place and time. Before monkeypox, before COVID, before traveling got so fraught. To a town its promoters claimed then was gayer than San Francisco (and where September is superb). Sit back, relax and hit “play.”

Duration:00:29:27

Slaying Dragons with Kevin Rolston

7/29/2022
“I grew up in a very blue collar, working class, homophobic, and racist environment,” he recalled. Through literature, performance, and eventually writing and performing his own intentionally queer works, Rolston found his sexuality and his voice.

Duration:00:29:30

West Edge Opera Mark Streshinsky | American Bach Soloists Festival Jeffrey Thomas | BAMPFA Artist Whitney Bradshaw | Bowerbird Collective Anthony Albrecht

7/28/2022
This week 7/28/22 - On the Arts, KALW’s radio magazine for the Bay Area performing arts, guest host Sarah Cahill talks with American Bach Soloist Artistic Director and Conductor Jeffrey Thomas | BAMPFA Artist Whitney Bradshaw OUTCRY photography series | Bowerbird Collective co-founder & producer Anthony Albrecht | West Edge Opera General Director Mark Streshinsky | Join us Thursdays at 1:00PM PST

Duration:00:59:35

Cockettes female co-founder shares group’s saucy history

7/22/2022
Meet artist and actor Fayette Hauser, a co-founder of the Cockettes, the 1969-‘72 experimental San Francisco performance troupe known for eye-popping costumes, glittery beards and sexy musicals.

Duration:00:29:29