Defining Marriage - Gay/LGBT News & Chat

Each week on Defining Marriage, hosts Matt Baume and James Morris chat about what's happening with marriage equality, featuring frequent digressions into pop culture, silly banter, and the jokes and quibbles that have kept them together as a couple for over a decade. The first eighteen episodes of the podcast contain the complete audiobook version of the book Defining Marriage, which traces the decades-long evolution of marriage through the personal stories of those who lived through it, featuring personal insights from the lives of Evan Wolfson, Dan Savage, Ken Mehlman, Dustin Lance Black, and many more.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 109 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 5 hours 13 minutes



The dramatic conclusion! Will James and I ever get married?


 2015-11-23  28m

Chapter 17: Set Course for the Alpha Quadrant

The dramatic conclusion! Will James and I ever get married?


 2015-11-16  25m

Chapter 16: Love and Commitment

Thalia Zepatos had been fighting for equality for many years, but she’ll never forget the time her work prompted the police to tell her and her fellow activists: “We know the skinheads are plotting to kill one of you, we just don’t know which one.”


 2015-11-09  48m

Chapter 15: Welcome to the Other Side of the Rainbow

It took years for Ed Murray to build up support for his marriage bill. The final vote he needed to pass it came from someone unexpected: a legislator who’d always opposed him now found herself switching sides, even though supporting equality meant jeopardizing her career.


 2015-11-02  29m

Chapter 14: If not … Great

It's that age-old story: small-town girl moves to New York, gets political, and leads all of Broadway in a march through Times Square.


 2015-10-26  1h6m

Chapter 13: Well That is F***ing Bold

How on Earth did Chad Griffin ever manage to get Dustin Lance Black, Ken Mehlman, Cleve Jones and Ted Olson all in the same room?


 2015-10-19  57m

Chapter 12: You Have to Take Part in Your Own Liberation

How Amy Balliett accidentally created Join the Impact, and the toll it started to take on her personal life.


 2015-10-12  1h6m

Chapter 11: I Don’t Really Know How it’s Going to Work

Juan and Tim race against the clock in the hopes they can sneak in one last marriage before their county realizes Prop 8 has passed.


 2015-10-05  49m

Chapter 10: This is an Effing Disaster

We all were hit hard by the passage of Prop 8 campaign, but Kate Kendell had to watch it happen around her while doing what she could to protect her own family.


 2015-09-28  1h11m

Chapter 9: Zero Regrets

Gavin Newsom reflects on his decision to piss off President Bush by letting same-sex couples marry back in 2004: “Zero regrets. It’s always the right time to do the right thing.”


 2015-09-21  1h2m