Bad Queers

Sapphicated | Episode 191

January 08, 2024 Shana & Kris Season 1 Episode 191
Bad Queers
Sapphicated | Episode 191
Show Notes

We're back from holiday break to discuss the wild start to the year. Shana shares a glowing review of The Color Purple. In the most predictable story of the year, sometimesy-Christian, Boosie, throws a tantrum over a lesbian scene in The Color Purple and gets packed up by TS Madison. Dave Chappelle continues to destroy his own legacy in his latest "comedy" special. Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper NYE hosting only makes us miss Don Lemon.  In politics, Iowa’s “Don’t Say Gay” Law has been blocked by a federal judge in another big LGBTQ+ rights win. USA Boxing introduces new strict guidelines for trans boxers.

In Bad Queer opinions, Shana swears off themed parties and Kris gives an apology to the DVD community.


Shoutouts:

Shana:
Inclusive Guide - The inclusive guide helps you identify safe and welcoming spaces for all. They recently launched a DEI Resources platform which include live trainings at your own pace. Follow and check it out @inclusiveguide on IG 

Kris: Jonica Booth - for a great second season as Chastity on Rap Sh!t. Follow on IG: @jonicablubooth 

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