Luke and Sebastien are joined by Vesna Lukic (Masters student in Women & Genders Studies), and Jan Van Heuzen (presenter on Male Allyship). We discussed the recent debate emerging from Aziz Ansani and the #MeTooMovement
The CanQueer team are joined by Former Policy and Parliementary adviser Raul Ramero who is also from Venezuela. They discuss the potential impact of the Inter-American Human Rights Court decision which brings equal marriage to 16 countries and over 260 million people.
Luke presents the 2017 Big Gay Quiz of the year featuring special guests Bradleys from Queers, Questions and Cocktails and the Ottawa Men's Refuge Board member Jan. Join in with this fun quiz on the biggest LGBT news of 2017
Luke and Sebastien cover some of the biggest news of the week
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Picking up the story of missing people in the village in Toronto, Luke expresses the community frustration with Toronto Police, and the concerns raised. Luke and Sebastien also discuss a couple 'studies' which emerged over the past two weeks.
Sebastien and Luke head over to the Inside Out Film Festival to see how the community can step up their game in supporting queer culture and the arts. They interview the Executive Director of Inside out Andria Wilson, as well as the screen writer and star of Signature Move Fawzia Mirza. This show also features a book review of Were the World Like the Movies by Raziel Ried.
The CanQueer team are joined by Vesna to discuss #MeToo and how it's become shrouded in the cult of celebrity. We also have an interview with Matt Schaff of the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women to discuss what men can do to step up.
Little Richard was more than an important musician; he was an important musician who inspired important musicians. In this solo episode, Sebastien looks at the man himself and the other gay men who were inspired into greatness, shaping the history of Rock and Roll.