Episode

8/3 E.J. Graff: How Gay Inc Did & Didn’t Help the Fight Against Trans Discrimination

August 3, 2015

Monkey Cage Blog editor E.J. Graff and Sam break down how Transgender people have been discriminated against in the military and why the politics are shafting now. Transgender people and the LGBT movement and the politics of “fitting in”. What is “Gay INC.” and how it effected the LGBT movement. Fear, sexual identity and gender identification. Gender and the why of military service. The money and energy behind the fight for Transgender rights in the military and why the LGBT movement is a bright spot in America.

On The Fun Half: A Israeli religious fanatic stabs six and kills one at a Gay rights march Jerusalem and settler terrorists in the West Bank kill a Palestinian baby and injury others in a firebomb attack. The Sam Harris fan is angry at us for being unfair to his man. Sam debates a Libertarian. Chris Christie says the Teachers Union deserves a “punch in the face”. Ted Cruz makes Bacon with a machine gun and your calls and IMs.

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