Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The Q&A Fabcast, parts 1-2

We've got call-in questions from readers! A first for our podcasts, and a welcome tweak to our usual pace, routine, even energy (wait till you hear part 4, where the back-and-forth became so heated our friends in the peanut gallery thought it had become a full-blown spat).

Part 1: The one where corporate guy Ton asks for pointers on how to handle a work colleague who's been trying to out him forcibly, spreading stories about him in the office, including the bit that--que horror!--they've supposedly slept together.

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Music credits: Ask by The Smiths
Shut Up And Let Me Go by The Ting Tings

Part 2: The one where blogger Rocky Sunico asks whether, now that June is Pride Month, there is still relevance or importance in coming out. I just had to clarify before he signed off: Did he mean coming out to one's self, or to other people? Is it about someone who has more or less come to terms with himself, and is now pondering the next stage, whether it's important, perhaps even necessary, to let the people around him know? Rocky says the latter. All right--Fabcasters, go!

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Music credits: Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People
I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross
Lazy Calm by Cocteau Twins
I Am What I Am by Gloria’s House

PLUS: Something about pride and prejudice, ignorance and enlightenment in our time--Stigma: The Jake and Miguel Story.

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