Queerly I Do: Part 6: Maybe I Don't?
Our “Queerly I Do” series is our look at what is going on in the world of gay marriage or LGBTQ weddings, with a southern twist. Why did the queer community push so hard for marriage in the first place, were there other fights we should have been focusing on, and should LGBTQ people participate in such a cis/straight institution in the first place?
In our last episode of the series we talk to Dr. Mary Bernstein, Professor of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. She is an expert on LGBTQ social movements, as well as movement intersectionality on issues of race, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and gun violence prevention advocacy. Mary was a joy for Aubree to talk to and we greatly appreciate her time.
Find out more about Prof. Bernstein here: https://sociology.uconn.edu/person/mary-bernstein
That’s it for our Wedding series. We’ll be back soon with more interviews with other great people LGBTQ people in the south. In the meantime, we want to know what you think about the show. If you have episode topics or guest ideas, have ideas for improvement, or want to just give us a compliment or two (who doesn’t love a compliment) feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Let us know if you think we should do Patreon to give you a more in depth look at our interviewers, the podcast process, and to keep up with all the LGBTQ news in the south that we can’t fit into our episodes.
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