So I met Coach Andrew Poretz about 4 1/2 years ago at a Quentin's Friends party in New York City. If you live in the tri-state area and you're not a member of QFNY, you need to be! There was immediate affinity, followed by hysterical laughter of everyone around us. Do you know what happens when 2 men have all around them laughing? They attract lots more people who also want to laugh. Big hint there guys.
On December 2, executive producer and host Roland Hinds broached dating and HIV on TruVue Relationship Radio during AIDS Awareness month. This year the focus was on the 3rd annual "It's About The Positive" HIV/AIDS show to determine whether people diagnosed with HIV should divulge their status to people they date.
Recently, YourTango asked readers: Would you date across the political aisle? The results were astonishing, as 77 percent of respondents said that they'd be open to dating their political opposite. Curious to learn more, we decided to open up the discussion further, taking to the radio airwaves and starting a dialogue with various radio show listeners.
On Tuesday, a black woman named "Jade" called Dr. Laura with a problem: she was upset that her white husband and his friends constantly used the N-word and other racial slurs around her. Although it seemed clear that Jade was looking for some guidance on how to confront her husband about the situation, Dr. Laura took the opportunity to try to debate what is racist by playing a little game of sticks-and-stones.
Today (and today only), Tom Miller (author of Tomfoolery) will be on talk radio. The show Mom Madness on HarlemTalkRadio is doing a feature at 4 PM Eastern today (July 30th) about Facebook does and don't and wants to pick my ear (and brain and heart) about the subject.