Friday, March 30, 2012

Today on the Signorile Show

Guest / 2:30pm EST - We check in with Noah Michelson, editor with Huffington Posts Gay Voices, to recap the stories of the week and to give us an idea of what we should be ready for next week.

Guest / 3:30pm EST - This week, AMC's popular show Mad Men returned for its fifth season. Jane Maas was part of that world and joins us to talk about it from the woman's point of view, which she writes about in her new book, Mad Women: The Other Side Of Life On Madison Avenue In The '60s And Beyond.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - Matthew Vines was "relieved and crushed" when he finally came out during his sophomore year at Harvard. He was relieved to find out that everything he had been feeling growing up finally made sense, but crushed to know that he may not have been accepted back in his very religious Kansas hometown with open arms. He decided to take a leave of absence from Harvard to research the connection between religion and homosexuality, and a speech he's given is starting to go viral. He joins us today to discuss the lecture and his own interpretations.

It's Friday, who will be the "Angel, Turkey, and Gassy Of The Week" Awards?!

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