25. RELATIONSHIP REGRETS AND HOMO-NO-PHOBIA

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The Guncles share past relationship regrets… Was Ben too pushy?  Was Tommy not pushy enough?  One listener seeks advice on how to break it to her neighbors that their weed smoking bothers her. Another listener asks a tricky question, “Who is subject to more prejudice, gay men or lesbians?”

 

What does a drag party, the number 41, and the son-in-law of a Mexican dictator have in common?  Our “Moment of Culture” reveals that on November 17, 1901, police raided a private house party in Mexico City. What they uncovered would scandalize the city and realign notions of sexuality, gender and class in Mexico for generations.

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Places to anonymously report acts of prejudice and violence 24/7

Anti Violence Project Hotline: 1-212-714-1141

  • Website: Anti-Violence Project 

  • Website: LGBT National Help Center and Hotline: 1-888-843-4564

  • National Youth Talkline: 1-800-246-7743

  • FORGE – serves transgender and gender nonconforming survivors of domestic and sexual violence and provides referrals to local counselors

  • National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673 – Can also refer you to a local rape crisis center

  • Website: The Network La Red – serves LGBTQ, poly, and kink/BDSM survivors of abuse.  Bilingual hotline: 1-617-742-4911

 

INFO ABOUT CRIMES AND PREJUDICE AGAINST LGBTQ+ PEOPLE

 

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