Podcast by Target 10
Episode 5: The Present of Gay History09/03/2017 Duración: 27min
In Episode 5 of Intersections, Matt Wagner interviews Eric Marcus, a communications expert whose work has ranged from writing consumer-oriented books and developing promotional and informational materials for non-profit and commercial enterprises to production jobs for both documentaries and television network news, including ABC's "Good Morning America" and "CBS This Morning." Eric is the author of "Making Gay History: The Half Century Fight for Lesbian and Gay Equal Rights" (https://www.amazon.com/Making-Gay-History-Century-Lesbian/dp/0060933917), and more recently, the eponymous podcast which brings the voices of queer history to life through intimate conversations with LGBTQ champions, heroes, and witnesses to history, available on iTunes and other podcast platforms (http://makinggayhistory.com/). In this episode, we talk with Eric about his passion for oral history, which stories stood out the most to him, and the differences in gay culture then and now, among other topics. The article on gay lone
Episode 4: Post-election Clapback07/02/2017 Duración: 27min
In this episode of Intersections, the entire Target 10 team — president Matt Tumminello, VP Danny Petre, account director Matt Wagner, account executive Aaron Roberts and operations manager Amanda Shy — sit down to discuss the future of LGBTQ, marketing and otherwise, in a Trumpian world. Note that this podcast was recorded just two days after the confirmation was complete, and obviously much has happened since then, though nothing specifically anti-LGBTQ - at least, not yet. For a future episode, we are taking questions! So please email questions (and comments) to firstname.lastname@example.org...and enjoy! Link to the VICE drag queen story hour video mentioned: https://video.vice.com/en_us/video/drag-queen-story-hours/5850397f301624f438e04b9c.
Episode 3: No Fats, No Fems, No Service31/05/2016 Duración: 44min
In this third episode of Intersections by Target 10, mic.co reporter Mathew Rodriguez and attorney Nerissa Coan discuss the No Fats No Fems clothing controversy and analyzes what the "no fats, no fems" issue represents in a larger context both within gay culture and gender identity. LINKS No Fats No Fems product page: https://marekrichard.com/products/vd16nofatslatnk?variant=14851328963 Mathew's piece about the shirts on Mic: https://mic.com/articles/141960/this-no-fats-no-fems-shirt-reveals-a-sad-truth-about-the-gay-community Jack'd t-shirt response: https://www.queerty.com/jackd-perfect-response-no-fats-no-fems-20160513
Episode 2: From Will & Grace to Grace & Frankie29/02/2016 Duración: 44min
In the second episode of Target 10's podcast Intersections, guests Steve Greco and Aaron Roberts discuss with host Matt Wagner how gay culture is changing as a result of mainstreaming and what that means for gay culture at large. Topics covered in the From Will & Grace to Grace & Frankie edition include: 1:20 — What is gay culture to you, and how would you define it? 11:45 — Selecting a heteronormative lifestyle 17:00 — Incorporation of gay cultural elements into the mainstream 22:20 — How LGBTQ anti-bullying initiatives changed the cultural climate 24:35 — Gay bars, how they have fostered gay culture, and whether they still do 35:30 — Inclusivity in media and recommendations The Ferro-Grumley LGBT Fiction Awards: http://www.publishingtriangle.org/awards.asp Sens8: http://www.netflix.com/title/80025744 OUTgoing, the interactive queer nightlife map: http://outgoingnyc.com
Episode 1: The Kwanzaa Cake Edition14/12/2015 Duración: 42min
Topics covered in the Kwanzaa Cake edition: :20 — Greg and Claudia introduce themselves and discuss their backgrounds, how they got into comedy, and how their work develops 8:18 — How do different audiences affect one's voice and tone, especially in terms of LGBTQ v. straight? 12:43 — Is there such a thing as gay- or lesbian-specific humor that is inherent to our orientations? [Link to Kwanzaa cake video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we2iWTJqo98.] 19:21 — As mainstreaming and integration of gays increases, will less need for self-protection result in less of the “gay humor” that developed for that reason? 21:33 — How well are LGBTQ's represented in the wider comedy industry? 32:08 — Is there a stigma around comedy more so than other creative industries? 34:04 — Who should we look for in 2016? Greg’s recos: Margaret Cho John Hurley Cola Escola Isaac Oliver, “Intimacy Idiot” Claudia’s recos: Max Bernstein “Iron Lady” show at Tender Trap in Greenpoint “Talk Hole” show at Asia
Target 10 / Intersections / Introduction01/12/2015 Duración: 01min
Welcome to Intersections, the new podcast from Target 10! Check out our introductory clip to hear what you can expect, plus a corny joke or two. Please share any feedback with your host, Matt Wagner, at email@example.com.