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2 Spirit Tattoos

This week, Terrence Speaks with Ashleigh Cardinal about their traditional tattoo practice. Stay tuned for more prarie queer content! Instagram/tiktok : @gaywirecjsr Facebook/twitter : @gaywire Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts!

The Year in Interviews

This week, the team at Gaywire is taking a much-needed break from chasing new stories and sharing some of our favourites! Join Terrence as they take you down memory lane, hearing from Riley Laurel (Riley Laurel Bourdoir on Facebook), August Montgomery (@cactus_curls on Instagram), and Q Lawrence (@qjusttheletter on insta). To help out Q with wheelchair costs, check out their insta! Also, check out @community.fridge.yeg on Instagram to find out how you can donate! Be sure to follow us on all your fav podcast platforms, and stay tuned for lots of prarie queer content coming your way! Instagram/Tiktok: @gaywirecjsr Facebook/Twitter: @gaywire

Matthew and the Keys (Holiday Re-issue)

This week Artemis er- uh i mean Santa (they/them) will be hosting a re-issue of Terrence's interview with Matthew Aklpu, where they discuss Matthew's latest release Victory, how the duo came to be, and everything in between. Featuring a choppily done Christmisafied version of the Gaywire intro. Struggling to find someone to kiss on New Year's eve? Well I can't help you there kid, but you can help us by sharing Gaywire with your friends and family, and that cutie you've been staring at who you're hoping will read your mind and fall in love with you. Maybe next year!

LGBTs from the 1970s Pt.II

This is the second part of Terrence's interview with Mardi Pieronick. Mardi, who transitioned in 1977, spoke with Terrence about her experiences throughout her life, and what it was like for a trans woman throughout the past 5 decades. Featuring a happy holiday homotextuals segment featuring special guest Terrence Adams. Christmas dinner cranberry sauce not fruity enough for you? We here at Gaywire have all the Gay Holiday content you need. And since it is the eve of Christmas eve, why not give the gift of Gaywire to a friend or family member, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever they get their podcasts. Just remember to stay breezy, leave the dinner table if you feel queasy, and, please stay on the line.

LGBTs from the 1970s

Mardi Pieronick is a woman who transitioned in 1977 who spoke with Terrence on today's episode. She recounts stories from her life and how being queer has affected her throughout the past 40 years. From modeling to punk Mardi has been through a lot in the past few decades. Featured as well is a homotextuals segment from our very own Shanil. Need a break from Christmas Music? Download Gaywire, where we have our gay apparel donned all throughout the year. And if you don't have an aux cord to plug your phone in with, you can tune into Gaywire on Thursdays at 6 pm on CJSR 88.5 FM. Merry Christmas y'all, keep it breezy as always.

Secret life of Furries

What's up dog? Well, I don't know what's up with you. But what's up with Terrence is that he interviewed Jasper/Ranger, a local Furry who explains his experiences and gives us the listeners a look into the furry community, and what it was like for Jasper to find Ranger within himself. If you like Gaywire and the queer content you put out, make sure to download our podcast wherever you listen to it, follow us on social media (facebook and twitter @gaywire and on Instagram and tik tok @gaywirecjsr) and to tune into us on the radio at 6 pm on thursdays on 88.5 FM where you can catch our exclusive Queerjays segment. Until next week, keep it breezy.

RERUN: A Queer Sort of History

This week we revisit Erin Gallagher-Cohoon's research into queer parenting in Canada. Terrence also gives you some local businesses top support, and Shanil shares some book recommendations! Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, and follow us on Instagram and tiktok @gaywirecjsr. You can also follow us on twitter and facebook @gaywire. rest is just as important, if not more important than the work you do. go to cjsr.com to donate and you'll stop losing socks!

Local artist Liv Mcrobbie

This week, Terrence talked with local artist Liv McRobbie about the intersections between transness and creation, along with talking about her newest album, Lilith. Be sure to catch us live on Thursdays from 6-7 pm on CJSR 88.5 FM. and to subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts. And hey, why don’t you share Gaywire with your loved ones, you can bring us up at awkward dinners, boring get-togethers, and intimate moments! We’ve got plenty more cool prairie queer content coming your way… so please stay on the line! Distress Line: 780-482-4357 (HELP) Health link: 811 Stay safe everyone.

Zia Mizera: 1 song, 24 hours

Zia Mizera is a local Edmonton artist who spoke with Terrence about mental health and the tolls that working in the music business can have, as well as the intricacies of song-making. Also featured in this episode: A short interview about a community fridge outside Earth's general store. Be sure to tune into gaywire live on cjsr 88.5 FM in so-called Edmonton, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! also follow us on social media!! @gaywire on Facebook/twitter and @gaywirecjsr on Instagram and tiktok. And also be sure to mention us to your friends' friend who you met at a party but can't quite remember the name of but you're pretty sure starts with an E.

Local Artist: Ron Morrera

This week, Terrence talks with local pop musician Ron Morrara about their inspiration, origin story, and hopes for the future, along with relationship drama!! Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, and follow our socials @gaywire on FAcebook and Twitter and @gaywirecjsr on Instagram and Tiktok. Until next week, keep it breezy!

Local Artist: Hayden McHugh

This week, Terrence talks with local artist Hayden McHugh about their music, their inspo, and more! Be sure to tune into gaywire live on cjsr 88.5 FM in so-called Edmonton, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! also follow us on social media!! @gaywire on Facebook/twitter and @gaywirecjsr on Instagram and tiktok

Latinx Art, with Sara Campos-Silvius

Happy Latin American Herritage Month! This week, Joao Victor Krieger, aka Jovi, talks with Sara Campos-Silvius, a talented queer multi-racial Latinx artist from Edmonton. They talked about Sara's career, inspirations, latinx identity, and her recent works. You can find Sara at her website: https://saracs.art/ On Twitter and Instagram: @saracsart On Facebook at: facebook.com/saracs And on Youtube searching by Sara Campos-Silvius. Link to Sara's book Sword and Smoke at the Glass Bookshop: https://glassbookshop.com/item/xX-IhjQstnhjvwGgD14aPg And to the music video Power Chord: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss54g9Cu9Bc Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, as we have lot’s more queer content coming your way!

(Q)ueercrip Justice Pt II

This week, Terrence Adams continues the conversation with Q Lawrence for part 2 of our disability justice episode. Q talks about MAID, the dehumanization of disabled people in the health care system, and their activism around disability justice, and more. You can find Q @qjusttheletter Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, as we have lot’s more prairie queer content coming your way

(Q)ueercrip Justice Pt I

This week, Terrence Adams talks with Q Lawrence, a fantastic queercrip who’s incredibly passionate about the fight for disability justice. Q illustrates the current definition of disability justice, along with bringing light to the Medically Assisted Death laws in so-called Canada (MAID). You can find Q @qjusttheletter Be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, as we have lot’s more prairie queer content coming your way

Pride Corner Pt II

This week Gaywire returns to the streets for the second part of the Pride Corner Episode. The Pride Corner on 104th and Whyte avenue is where queer people can meet up and feel supported by their fellow peers every Friday, and help counterprotest against homophobic preachers. Be sure to catch us live on Thursdays from 6-7 pm on CJSR 88.5 FM. and to subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts. And hey, why don’t you share Gaywire with your loved ones, you can bring us up at awkward dinners, boring get-togethers, and intimate moments! We’ve got plenty more cool prairie queer content coming your way… so please stay on the line! Distress Line: 780-482-4357 (HELP) Health link: 811 Stay safe everyone.

Pride Corner Pt I

This week Gaywire heads to the streets for our first live interview - on Pride Corner, where queer folk gather on the corner of 104th st and Whyte Ave to protest the homophobic street preachers. It's a place of community, and it's a place of chosen family and queer resilience. Be sure to catch part II next week! Be sure to subscribe to gaywire wherever you get your podcasts, we'll give you a high five. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on twitter

Pansy Poke (AE Crossover)

This week we collab with another CJSR show, Adamant Eve for this week's episode on tattoos! Join Ash and Terrence, along with our friends from Adamant Eve as they speak with artists from PAnsy Poke Collective, a queer tattoo shop on whyte ave in so-called Edmonton. Be sure to catch us live on Thursdays from 6-7 pm on CJSR 88.5 FM, and to subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts. Feel free to subscribe to us on your grandma's iPad as well. We've got lots of cool prairie queer content coming your way... so please stay on the line

Emmet Michael: divinely guided musician

So on today’s show, our Gaywire reporter Terrence Adams is speaking with Emmet Michael, a folk singer/gardener from right here in Edmonton who dabbles in storytelling and spiritual exploration, about all these things and more. Emmet’s journey, like many, had its highs and lows, and he takes us with him through that journey in this interview. You can check more about Emmet Michael and even contact him on the site: https://emmetmichaelmusic.com/ Emmet's social networks are also listed on his site. And hey, why don’t you share Gaywire with your loved ones? You can bring us up at awkward dinners, boring get-togethers, and intimate moments! Tune in live in so-called Edmonton on 88.5 FM at 6 PM on Thursdays to catch the music portion of our show, Queerjays. insta/tiktok: @gaywirecjsr facebook/twitter: @gaywire email: gaywire@cjsr.ca

Dilipani: Shine your light with Dakshima Haputhanthri

This week, Terrence Adams talks with Dakshima Haputhanthri about coming out, and how the process isn't always smooth, and always better if you have support. You can connect with Dakshima through her website Dilipani.com. ~ Be sure to subscribe to us wherever you listen to your podcasts! And get all your friends to subscribe as well!! We're not saying to peer pressure them, but some peer nudging is mostly harmless. ~ Tune in live in so-called Edmonton on 88.5 FM at 6 PM on Thursdays to catch the music portion of our show, Queerjays. ~ insta/tiktok: @gaywirecjsr facebook/twitter: @gaywire email: gaywire@cjsr.ca

Matthew and the Keys: Local Artist Highlight

This week Terrence Adams talks with Matthew Aklpu from Edmonton indie pop-rock duo Matthew and the keys. They talk themes, inspiration, and more! Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook VICTORY is their new album out now!!

A Plan to Ban Conversion Therapy (with Heather McPherson)

This week, Artemis Peaslee spoke with Heather McPherson, NDP politician and Member of Parliament representing Edmonton Strathcona, about Bill C-6 - an Act to amend the Criminal Code banning Conversion Therapy at the federal level. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us on your favorite podcast app and don't forget to check our social media: @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

The Disney Delusion: Fringe Play

In this Special BONUS episode of Gaywire, Terrence Adams talks with Leif Oleson-Cormack about his Fringe play, the Disney Delusion. You can catch a performance anytime between Aug 13 and 22 at the Grindstone Theatre.

Hockey, but it's gay?

This week, Shayne Giles and Terrence Adams speak with athletes from The Edmonton RAGE, an all-inclusive sports organization. Be sure to check us out wherever you get our podcasts

New Show: High Level Hip Hop

Hey Gaywire listeners, CJSR has another homegrown show ready to bloom! Catch some sick beats with High Level Hip Hop on Aug 10

Sapphic Roots

This week, Terrence invited Special Guests Britain Batt and Kena Leon to talk about the upcoming Sapphic Roots Event. Britain and Kena are the creative minds behind the Sapphic Speakeasy promotion company. Listen to the show to know more about this exciting event that will happen on August 8! Haven't got your ticket yet? Check the Gaywire Giveaway on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSDjF77H7IG/ But hurry up, winners will be chosen August 6 at 8pm MST. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

Crossover Episode with Humans of Amplify: Podcast Edition!

This week, Ash and Artemis will be combining both of their shows to for this crossover! They will be talking about how art and being queer are part of one's identity and how that can change with someone! Check out Amplify's episode for the first part of their conversation! Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

Rainbow Capitalism

This week, Artemis interviews Special Guest Mavi Az Tolentino, co-owner of Intent Coffee Shop. In our special segment, the Gaywire team debates Rainbown Capitalism and its consequences. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

A Hairy Situation

This week, Terrence talks about trans hair, "hair dysphoria" and hairstyling, with help from Aspen and Evelyn, and Adriana Montgomery from Dollhouse Hair Boutique and Barber Blonde. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

Behind The Blood Ban: Part II

This week, Shayna Giles spoke with Christopher Karas and Shakir Rahim about the Canadian blood ban. It's ok if you know nothing about this, Terrence gives a brief history before PART ONE of this two-part interview. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook

Behind The Blood Ban: Part I

This week, Shayna Giles spoke with Christopher Karas and Shakir Rahim about the Canadian blood ban. It's ok if you know nothing about this, Terrence gives a brief history before PART ONE of this two-part interview. Keep on listening, as we have lots of prairie queer content coming your way! Be sure to follow us, and if you're feeling special, go on your grandma's iPad and add us on there too. @gaywirecjsr on insta/tiktok @gaywire on Twitter/Facebook