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October 2020 – Can a cakeshop cite religious beliefs in refusing to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple? And what’s the bigger picture? Part 2 of a series.
May-August 2020 – Activist Jay Blotcher joins OutCaster Lucas to talk about how the Covid-19 and AIDS pandemics were similar — and different. Part 4 includes a commentary about following the advice of medical experts, not elected officials.
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October 2020 — OutCaster Chris considers the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for LGBTQ youth.
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