Enviro impact on gender variance + Pamela Means
On this episode of Outloud, host Carla interviewed Clay Neal from the Portland Plan. Clay talked about the Plan for Portland over the next 25 years and described last night's Queer Town Hall at the Q Center. Throughout the hour, listeners heard live accoustic music from Pamela Means. Pamela is playing at Mississippi Pizza Thursday at 9 pm. She played songs from her latest album and from her Out music award winning album, Single Bullet Theory. Then Jacob Anderson-Minshall (co-host of KBOO's Gender Blender) talked with science writer Deborah Rudacille, author of The Riddle of Gender: Science, Activism and Transgender Rights about the connection between environmental pollution (especially endocrine disrupting chemicals) and human gender variance.
Portland Plan http://www.pdxplan.com
Mississippi Pizza www.mississippipizza.com
Pamela Means http://pamelameans.com
Deborah Rudacille http://deborahrudacille.com/
Up Coming Events:
Women/Trans Open Mic Comedy Night A benefit for Basic Rights Oregon this Sunday April 18 from 7-9pm at Krakow Cafe & Pub, at 3990 N. Interstate Ave.
Qliterati! Wednesday, April 14th, 7-9pm at the Q Center on 4115 Mississippi Ave. Featuring Tom Spanbauer the author of Now is the Hour, Rodger Larson, and Kelly Jeske talking about coming out in literary and literal sense.
Bitch plays live with local musicians Jenny Hoyston, and Ashia Grzesic April 15. 7pm Mississippi Studios, 3939 N. Mississippi. www.bitchmusic.com
Tranny Roadshow sponsored by Collective of Geniuses Friday, April 16th 7pm at the Switchyard Studios, 109 SE Salmon Street. Collectiveofgeniuses.or or trannyroadshow.com
- Length: 62:12 minutes (14.24 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 22kHz 32Kbps (CBR)