Paul Hobbs

Episode 27: Military Discrimination of Queer Veterans (Part 2)

In this episode, we continue our discussion of queer veterans and some of the discrimination they faced during more recent wars.

Episode 26: Military Discrimination of Queer Veterans Part 1

Perhaps one of the most courageous things an individual can do is serve a country that treats them like a second-class citizen.

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Episode 25: Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury was a bisexual man, musical legend, and lead singer and songwriter of the band Queen.

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Episode 24: Minisode 2: Evan and Paul Want You To Vote!

46.9% of Americans didn’t vote in 2016. And we won’t stop repeating that statistic until it goes way down. Let’s make sure to vote 2018!

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Episode 23: Florence Nightingale, Asexual Badass

Not much is known or said about Asexuality. But every day more people find the words to express their true orientation. Throughout the centuries, countless Asexuals have been falsely accused of a variety of sins and disorders due to their lack of sexual desires.

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Episode 22: Matthew Shepard Part 2: The Aftermath

We conclude the heartbreaking story of Matthew Shepard by discussing his the effect his legacy had on the queer community.

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Episode 21: Matthew Shepard Part 1

On October 6, 1998, America’s views on the queer community, and specifically hate crimes towards LGBTQ people, would change dramatically. All because of Matthew Shepard.

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Episode 20: A Brief History of some Current Affairs

In this episode, Paul and Evan cover some more recent topics such as gender neutral bathrooms.

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Episode 19: Villains of the LGBTQ – I’m Not Gay, You Are!

We go a little off script in this episode but we have a lot of fun doing so. This week we tackle a few of the queer communities biggest “not gay” bigots who ended up being pretty queer themselves.

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Episode 18: Queer Ally Dr. Evelyn Hooker

Though she was never officially part of the queer community, Dr. Evelyn Hooker was one of the most instrumental influencers of early LGBT activism.

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