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By Charlotte Robinson, December 30, 2016
This has been a very difficult year for our LGBTQ community. We want to thank our millions of global listeners for making OUTTAKE VOICES such a success despite of it being such a trying year. We also want to thank all the LGBT activists, celebrities & allies who appeared on our audio podcast series in 2016 that's syndicated on Huffington Post. Thank you filmmaker Tim McCarthy, trans actress Jen Richards, author attorney Elizabeth Schwartz, Diedra Meredith, Groundswell founder Kyle DeVries, activist Brian Silva, The Dinah’s Mariah Hanson, LPAC’s Beth Shipp, producer Christine Beebe, attorney activist Kate Kendell, Massachusetts AG Maura Healey, trans activist Michaela Mendelsohn, actor-host David Millbern, filmmaker JD Disalvatore, writer/musician Deena Kaye Rose, activist Sarah McBride, Sarah Kate Ellis, CEO & President of GLAAD & GLAAD Red Carpet celebs Jackson Riemerschmid, Tracey Norman, director Eric Schaeffer, trans teen advocate Nicole Maines, Jacob Tobia & Daniella Carte, Jim Obergefell, Fun Home’s Kally Duling & Emily Skeggs, Jenny Boylan, from “Orange Is the New Black” Selenis Leyva, Laura Gómez, Lea DeLaria & Laverne Cox, WWE superstar Darren Young, journalists Margaret Hoover & John Avlon, actor Noah Galvin, singers Alex Newell & Randy Jones & producer Lee Daniels. Then we talked to film icon Tab Hunter, actress Elizabeth Keener, activist Arline Isaacson, trans filmmaker & writer Emmett Jack Lundberg, LGBT seniors activist Michael Adams, CEO of Equality Florida Nadine Smith, trans activist Aidan Key, filmmaker Ray Yeung, NGLCC Jonathan D. Lovitz, Bruce Vilanch, Nick Verreos, producer Sue Maslin, Selisse Berry, UK playwright Peter Darney, country singer Brandon Stansell, actor-writer Sandro Isaack, filmmake Jon Alpert, Dr. Lauren Costine, activist Jessica Stern, singrs Will & Anthony Nunziata, comedian Kate Clinton & Professor Dominic Shellard. Since the election our global traffic has tripled so in spite of the obstacles we may have in front of us let’s make 2017 the best year yet for LGBTQ equality.
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