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).
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.”
Mia Mason is a 20-year military veteran who has served in the Navy, Army, and DC National Guard. Because of her LGBT status, she was discharged and brought back in legally.
While under lockdown during the pandemic, social media guru Matt Skallerud launched a simple video program to highlight the amazing people he works with and the communities he loves. A year later, the “I Love Gay Today” show is a big hit across social media platforms. Having worked be behind the scenes with influencers before there was a name for them (just ask Nicholas Snow), Matt is now very much in the spotlight.
Anita Bryant’s Anti-Gay Crusade dramatically altered the trajectory of not only Ronni Sanlo’s life, but the lives of her children as well. What’s happened in the decades, in a lifetime since, is nothing short of remarkable.
Chih Lin and Michael Dorsey are former engineers who quit their stable Oil & Gas jobs to take a leap of faith and founded Dumpling Dudez two years ago. Meet this fascinating couple on this episode of The Nicholas Snow Show.It’s been a year since we canceled all...
“The silver lining for Cody was his own resilience and positive outlook. He never stopped reaching for a better life, and his optimistic, gregarious spirit was never silenced or stifled…”
Beaming virtually worldwide March 25-27, 2021, the three-day event (open to adults 18 years and older) provides a platform for brands, entertainers, and LGBTQ professionals to connect and learn about the latest products, services, and campaigns in apps, fashion, travel, media, entertainment, and more from some of the largest names in the LGBTQ business and entertainment.
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Palm Springs Pride 2020 opens with their traditional Flag Raising Ceremony. Even though we won’t be able to gather in person, we are broadcasting this important ceremony to demonstrate what Pride means to the City of Palm Springs.
“The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), also known as the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, has been observed annually (from its inception) on November 20 as a day to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia. It is a day to draw attention to the continued violence endured by transgender people.” …Wikipedia