WCQ216 Camp Camp

Host: Amy Matheny with co-Host Colman Domingo

So how did Colman and Amy feel about Hillary's concession speech?  Colman co-hosted Logo's NewNowNext Awards show with Candis Cayne!  Who did he share the stage with on that amazing night?  Speaking of the stage, guess who the special guest performer is at our Windy City Gay Idol finals?  She's pretty spectacular - A mix of Deborah Harry and Grace Jones.  Did you ever go to camp as a kid?  Well on today's show:

Guest: Kerry Riffle, one of the directors and owners of Camp Camp, a GLBT camp for adults, sits down and talks with Amy on this Queercast.  Spend a week doing crafts, dancing, swimming, and performing in talent and NO talent shows with other GLBT folks!  What a great way to spend a week!   For more information, visit

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Music Featured on this Queercast:
Chaka Khan - "I'm Every Woman"
Lady GaGa - "Just Dance"
Allen Sherman - "Camp Granada"

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james: Did Hillary concede? She didn't exactly admit defeat, now did she?(Sorry I just can't resist). I will drop my bitterness concerning Hillary and the way she ran her campaign, but it will be a gradual process. But if things were the other way around and she was the nominee, I would certainly vote for her. Why can't more people realize that whomever you supported during the primaries, two words should drive you to the voting booths this fall to vote for Democrats -- Supreme Court. And I hate to disagree with Amy, but I would contend that it was Barack who talked about gays and mentioned 'gay and straight' in his speeches, even among crowds that are not too supportive of us, during the primary campaign. I know, Hillary is the one who did the interviews with the gay press, but Barack is the one who talked about gays in front of straight and mixed audiences. And it's too bad that she seemed like such a better candidate and a better person once she decided to suspend her campaign. I gotta tell ya, I actually politely applauded her a few times while watching this speech at home. I will say though, that because of her race this year, there will never be any doubt among the larger electorate that a woman can not only run and run as a serious candidate for any office, but she can win and serve in that office. And even though i want Obama to be president, I want just as much for Hillary to lead the fight now for healthcare for every American.


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