[OutVoice] "Man in the Middle" John Amaechi+3 debuts in the Audiofile+global news

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Mon Jul 30 02:48:31 EDT 2007

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                             THIS WAY OUT
             the international gay & lesbian radio magazine
                Program #1,009, distributed 07/30/07
   (hosted this week by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
Up close & personal with basketball's "Man in the Middle" John Amaechi;
            Three diverse artists debut in the "Audiofile";
 Queer Canadian and Swedish groups consult at the UN, two reggae stars
 sing a different tune about an anti-hate pledge, Kathmandu cops target
condom-carrying metis, a Colosseum kissing bust irks Italian activists,
a Spanish lesbian custody ruling sparks judicial review, and more news

*In "NewsWrap": The United Nations Economic and Social Council approves 
consultative status for Canada's Coalition Gaie et Lesbienne du Quebec and Sweden's 
RFSL... expatriates and the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights 
Commission report more executions for homosexuality in Iran... Jamaican "murder 
music" singers Buju Banton and Beenie Man dispute their verified signatures on a 
pledge to stop encouraging violence against LGBT people...  Kathmandu cops 
admit targeting condom-carrying metis, Rome police detain two gay men for kissing 
at the Colosseum, and Spanish authorities review a judge's order that a woman 
choose between her daughters and her lesbian partner... and more GLBT news 
from around the world (written by GREG GORDON, and reported this week by SHERI 

* A trans-forming journey (excerpts from "Time We Don't Have To Waste" and 
"Rescue Me" from JOSHUA KLIPP's "WON'T STOP NOW"), flavorful offerings from a 
bleached-blond (the title track and "Call Back" from JOSH DUFFY's "ARTIFICIAL"), 
and songs sprung from diversity ("Complicated" and "Cry Me A River" from THE 
CLIKS' "SNAKEHOUSE") are featured in this month's "AUDIOFILE" (with comments 
by the artists about their music, hosted by CHRIS WILSON & JD DOYLE, and 
written and produced with CHRISTOPHER DAVID TRENTHAM) [www.audiofile.org].
                    = artist-supplied contact info =
JOSHUA KLIPP                    JOSH DUFFY               THE CLIKS
www.joshuaklipp.com   jamericamusic1 at yahoo.com  andy at penetrationinc.com
www.myspace.com/joshuaklipp  www.joshduffyonline.com  www.thecliks.com

(produced by JUDD PROCTOR & BRIAN BURNS at WRIR-FM in Richmond, Virginia and 

* At 6-foot-11-inches, JOHN AMAECHI never had a problem standing out, but 
coming out was a bit more challenging.  Born in the U.S. and raised in Britain, 
the now-retired National Basketball Association center made headlines earlier 
this year as the first male pro basketball player to tell the world about his 
homosexuality.  In the first of a two-part interview, "This Way Out" 
correspondent RALPH RADEBAUGH chats with Amaechi about his best-selling autobiography 
"MAN IN THE MIDDLE" [www.johnamaechi.com].
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