On Thursday, Diversity Richmond, in partnership with WRIR, will host its third radio show, this time on LGBT sexuality and in front of a live audience.
The organization’s new monthly series that broadcasts on 97.3 FM addresses LGBT issues. Diversity Richmond’s first show launched two months ago and featured SAGE Central Virginia, a program Diversity Richmond has that addresses issues of senior LGBT individuals. (listen to the show here), and the most recent show showcased Richmond Triangle Players, which aired Oct. 1.
Bill Harrison, President and Executive Director of Diversity Richmond, said this show will focus on the topic of sexuality with VCU Human Sexuality expert Daphne Rankin as co-host.
“We wanted to do something fun and light,” Harrison said. “Some of the questions we’re going to ask the audience who’d like to participate are, ‘When did you know?,’ ‘How old were you?’, What was that experience like?’”
Harrison said the intent is to keep it fun so there won’t be any heavy topics concerning sexuality.
He added that with upcoming shows, he’d like to focus on transgender issues, ROSMY, and other topics facing the LGBT community.
Diversity Richmond’s next radio show will broadcast live on Thursday at the Glave-Kocen Gallery from 7:30 to 9 pm. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to attend. Free event.
Despite the fact that one in three women have abortions in their lifetime, the long-standing stigma surrounding the procedure still persists. Planned Parenthood Generation Action at Virginia Commonwealth University partnered with Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project to host an event in hopes to help change that. The Abortion Speak Out, which took place Thursday at Firehouse Theatre [...]