The Nicholas Snow Show"Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity."
The Nicholas Snow Show spotlights topics and conversations focused on expanding the consciousness of participants and viewers worldwide, therefore both literally and philosophically “Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity.” (Visit this link for information on pitching guests).
Founder/CEO Martin Stark joins The Nicholas Snow Show live from Sydney to tell us all about this historic event, a PromoHomo.TV® Exclusive Interview. Explains Stark, “That feeling you get when you’re putting on your straps & gloves and going a few rounds. It’s an intense feeling that we love! Nothing else quite comes as close to this feeling.”
“Shorn: Toys to Men is a captivating narrative that is sure to grasp your attention. Dennis is a fantastic storyteller who guides his audience through a remarkably transparent story of confusion, pain, sexuality, and hair!…”
Nicholas Snow lost 66 pounds – around 30% of his body weight – in about two years, and two-thirds of this weight-loss was during the pandemic. No diet. No surgery. Very little exercise. Find out how in this episode.
O FIERCE MUSIC is a new kind of music & entertainment company for artists marginalized and disadvantaged by the mainstream music industry because of gender or sexual identity.
Earlier this year, DAP Health (formerly Desert AIDS Project) announced its new name and the expansion of its role in public health and health equity. In this episode of The Nicholas Snow Show on PromoHomo.TV, Snow is honored to welcome CEO David Brinkman who has been leading this evolution.
History has often left out the stories of LGBTQIA+ people: men who loved men, women who loved women, people who loved without regard to gender, and people who lived outside gender boundaries.
Nicholas Snow and his guests grew up in Arizona, albeit decades apart. Childhood friends and classmates, now lovers and business partners, Sergio Aragon and Jesus Gutierrez (founders of Gay Pride Apparel®) moved to New York City then sheltered in place in Mexico before establishing themselves back in Phoenix.
In his book (one of many) Dating Men: The Inclusive Guide to Find, Attract and Keep the Man You Deserve, Byron Jamal explains that “People who love themselves attract ‘good’ men who want to love and cherish them.” One of the most fascinating aspects of the book is that it is targeting ANYONE who dates men.
Bolu Okupe created headlines in January 2021 when he came out of the closet as a gay man, and his activism is not only rocking his birthplace of Nigeria, but also elevating the conversation around LGBTQI+ civil rights on an international scale.
Kristel Why explains, “SAD BUT RAD CLUB is a movement to destigmatize the struggles many of us have with our mental health. It is a reminder that we hold value as human beings even when we’re depressed, anxious, obsessive, manic, lonely. SAD BUT RAD CLUB is an anthem that declares we are perfect as we are and will be equally perfect when we become who we want to be.”