This Way Out

On the air since April 1988, This Way Out is the multi-award-winning internationally distributed weekly LGBT radio news magazine. The program currently airs on more than 200 local community radio stations around the world. For more information, go to www.thiswayout.org.

also on KFAI

Fresh Fruit, on air since 1978 and the longest running queer radio show in the country airs
Thursdays from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM CST

 

Recent Playlists

7/28/2014 This Way Out
7/21/2014 This Way Out

An award-winning film celebrates gay seniors’ gusto; Peter and the pastor pander to gay sex paranoia; Uganda’s unending nightmare worsens, Kiev skinheads crash a gay night spot, there’s a Rocky Mountain marriage mash-up and other nuptials news from Utah, Indiana and Wisconsin, Ireland sets the date for a marriage equality referendum, a French court reunites a bi-national gay couple, and more global LGBT news.

7/14/2014 This Way Out

Mo B. Dick drags in a different direction; the U.N. equalizes spousal benefits, a U.S. federal court finds marriage equality won’t harm Kentucky heterosexuals, U.S. Supremes nix conversion and contraception, freed Zambian gays face a fuzzy future, Dorothy’s friend unveils a housing plan for homophobes, more global LGBT news; and Arrivederci, Giovanni.

7/7/2014 This Way Out

“Test” brings the AIDS dance to the big screen; Christian conniptions and kudos conflict over LGBT rites; Appealing wins advance U.S. marriage equality, Mexican Supremes okay one Baja, California gay couple’s wedding, U.S. citizens believe that ENDA already exists, a South Carolina town saves its lesbian police chief, and more LGBT news

6/30/2014 This Way Out

Modern-day directors go “Cruising” for the movie’s deleted sex scenes; Texas Republicans want to “repair” gay people; the U.N. General Assembly elects a homophobic figurehead, Malaysian trans-women are jailed, fined and shorn, Wisconsin marrieds join the legal limbo line, Pride promotes couples’ rights in Rome, Tel Aviv and Bucharest, a lesbian wins the Premier position in Ontario, and more global LGBT news.

6/23/2014 This Way Out

The adventures of trans-activist/entertainer Calpernia Addams; a backroom deal bans marriage equality in Slovakia, British consulates host same-gender nuptials, Wisconsin couples rush to wed while North Dakota’s journey begins, there’s a pleasant Pride surprise in Nicosia, Puerto Rico’s governor trusts a lesbian’s judgment, a new generation emerges in a California city’s elections, and more global LGBT news.

6/16/2014 This Way Out

A filmmaker documents the United States of Gore Vidal; “Little Monsters” and their parents “heal” and “come around”; a mob lynches a gay man in Ghana and hunts for his boyfriend, Luxembourg’s Parliament leans toward marriage equality, NOM takes on Oregon after record fines in Maine, a religiously-weakened ENDA draws U.S. activists’ fire, a Peruvian Congressman comes out, and more global LGBT news.

6/9/2014 This Way Out

Marriage equality comes to two more U.S. states, Oregon and Pennsylvania; psychology turns pink and Anderson Cooper sees red; global actions fight homophobia and trans-phobia, Africa’s first out gay black lawmaker takes office, Canada denies visas to Ugandan activists invited to a World Pride Conference in Toronto, mixed judicial signals keep married same-gender Utah couples in legal limbo, “stayin’ tuned” in Idaho and Wisconsin, and more global LGBT news.

6/2/2014 This Way Out

Hip-hop’s Angel Haze shares the “Same Love”; television celebrates a “Modern” marriage; commentator Janet Mason loves the literature of love; Brunei’s deadly penal code gets the Sultan’s blessing, Japan’s First Lady floats a message of Pride, Russian repression enters Crimea, Uganda targets “homo-promoting” NGO’s, the United Church of Christ challenges North Carolina’s equality ban, and more global LGBT news.

5/26/2014 This Way Out

The U.S. military signals an “about face” on its trans ban; Laughable lounge lizards “Mack & Poppy” provide music and mirth; “Cam and Mitch” discuss the significance of their “Modern” marriage; India’s elections keep Penal Code Section 377 in place, marriage equality inspires increased assaults in France, Gambia’s leader vows to kill fleeing gay refugees, Conchita’s victory riles Russians, more news

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