by Dan Savage
on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 2:15 PM
A small public radio station just outside of NYC—WDFH—is launching OutCasting, a new public radio program produced by LGBTQ teens. It's unique in that it will reflect an LGBTQ youth perspective on a broad array of issues, including coming out, bullying, suicide, marriage equality, Gay-Straight Alliances, and non-gay shit too. I was a guest on the show last week and you can hear that interview here, here's a news story about the show, and you can find the show's podcast here.
Please help spread the word—and if you like the show and think it's a good idea (and you will and it is), please consider making a tax-deductible contribution. (Let 'em know it's for OutCasting.) This is an cool project, one that is empowering queer kids in part of the country that doesn't have a lot of resources for LGBT youth, and we can help it succeed.