S2 E11 "The Rejected, the Elected"


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What will we say when we finally have their attention? •

Bonus episodes, research photos, buttons, mugs, books, and even some stunning NSFW history from the era are all on my Patreon! And it only costs a little gayola, $1/month for a lot of it. Join me on Patreon at patreon.com/queerserial. THIS WEEK we’re doing a bonus episode with a deeper look at Randy Wicker’s WBAI radio show “Live and Let Live” featured in this episode! Also look through “The Rejected” transcript and behind-the-scenes of production.

Stay tuned after the episode for an exciting announcement!!

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Resources, donations, and the full voice cast for the podcast can be found at queerserial.com. Watch “The Rejected” in full here on youtube. Watch Joan Jett Blakk’s full presidential campaign announcement speech at Berlin Nightclub in Chicago here.

This season is also brought to you in part by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Francisco! Thanks, sis!

Music is by Blue Dot Sessions, and Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons by attribution 4.0. The original Mattachine Society jester logo is used courtesy of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries. Audio clips from The Rejected are licensed by Thirteen Productions and WNET.

Welcome back to the show, iconic hetero drama queen Paul Coates.

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