WCQ249 Apples, Elections and... Pregnant Lesbians?

Host: Amy Matheny with co-Host Deb Pearce

All things FALL in this show! Amy discusses her juicy favorite Fall pleasure (no, not that!) And what was the first gay film you saw? Deb stands up for the high femme. And Canada is having an election, too, don't ya know! The baby boom is on. Does Deb or Amy want to be a mom?

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Bi-the-Way: Cyn fills us in on some stereotypes and misnomers of bisexuals.

Music Featured on This Queercast:
The Ones - "When We Get Together"
Celine Dion - "God Bless America"

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Jeff S: Dear Amy! I hope all is well..But, this economic downfall worldwide is very troubling since we passed the bailout last week..It is going to take months to work all across the world..I think everyone should sure up there stocks in secure markets as this crisis approaches to get us closer to a depression..If we get the same we have right now,then we will definitely get what Sarah Palin said -"a depression". We all need to examine our choices very carefully as a total change is a must..It is too bad it cant come any sooner..I'm sure our neighbors both in Canada and Mexico are just as fearful of this economic demise...Take care,Jeff S.

james: i thought it was interesting, a comment deb made while they were talking about Desert Hearts and those very influential movies that young gays and lesbians experienced, when she said she may have been out or knew what she was, but she didn't 'have a vocabulary for it.' Maybe you guys can go into this more at some point, because i have an idea of what that means, but i'm not positively sure (and knowing that others may have gone through the same feelings and that may be helpful). it's nearly midnight now, but i really want an apple! (wonder why???)

LUCY V.: MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Fall Apples!! They ARE almost better than sex…. Almost. They’re crispy and less clean up ☺.

Jason: More on honey crisp apples:

Deb Pearce: Thanks for your comment James. What I meant in the comment you're referring to was that when I was 18 years of age, I had no people in my life to model after and therefore I had no frame of reference for the feelings I was experiencing. Being that it was the 80's and I lived in a small town, I knew I was different than my friends when it came to my attractions to people but I didn't talk about it because I felt alone and isolated in those feelings. Hope that's helpful James and thanks for listening to windycityqueercast! Deb Pearce


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