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Romance Out Loud

Gay romance author Kris Cook and pop culture aficionado Chadrick Douglas bring you lively conversations about about gay men, lesbian women, bisexual and transgendered people falling in and out of love. Explore the world of books, movies, music, television and so much more through big gay colored glasses. You'll also hear interviews with authors, entertainers and other fascinating people more than happy to share their passions, desires, fears and funny moments with you! Come join us and explore all things romantic and gay ... even if you're neither!
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Kris Cook and Chadrick DouglasGay romance author Kris Cook and pop culture aficionado Chadrick Douglas bring you lively conversations about about gay men, lesbian women, bisexual and transgendered people falling in and out of love. Explore the world of books, movies, music, television and so much more through big gay colored glasses. You'll also hear interviews with authors, entertainers and other fascinating people more than happy to share their passions, desires, fears and funny moments with you!  Come join us and explore all things romantic and gay ... even if you're neither!

Nov 19, 2015

Kris and Chadrick talk turkey as the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving approaches.  But first, Chadrick swears he can live in Alaska ... as long as he's bundled up like a body in a rug after a mafia hit.  OK he didn't put it THAT way, but he's feeling the chills!

Chadrick welcomes a special guest, Robert L. Camina.  Robert is a filmmaker, writer and director who's in Dallas for the screening of his latest documentary film, Upstairs Inferno.  The film is narrated by our previous guest, author and New Orleans native, Christopher Rice.  

The film deals with the aftermath of a fire at a gay bar in 1973 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  It was deliberately set and took the lives of over 30 people, but was largely under-reported and under-investigated.  Upstairs Inferno looks at the largest mass murder of gay people in U.S. history from the perspective of survivors and others who lost loved ones on that fateful day.  This was a date in LGBT history that has sadly been forgotten and hardly ever told -- until now.

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