This is a list of LGBT characters in radio and podcast programs. Podcasts are similar to radio programs in form, but they exist as audio files that can be played at a listener's convenience, anytime or anywhere. The orientation can be described in the dialogue or otherwise mentioned. Roles include lead , main, recurring , supporting , and guest. The names are organized alphabetically by surname i.
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The phrase appeared last March, much as a wildflower might: with sudden, almost gobsmacked abandon, born in preparation of its own demise. Soon it came in many hues. A year later, the dictionary of the COVID pandemic has come to include not only scientific terms — asymptomatic, positivity rate, community spread — and neologisms — covidiot , quaranteam , mascne — but a startling number of linguistic feints as well, repurposed for a disaster we in the U. If it is the informal language of the last 12 months that future generations will cite as evidence of our survival, then — like those newspaper clippings from now circulating on Twitter — it is euphemism that will define our defeat. To confront the truth is first to enunciate it, and on neither count was American society equal to the task.
Spalding Gray June 5, — January 11, was an American actor and writer. He is best known for the autobiographical monologues that he wrote and performed for the theater in the s and s, as well as for his film adaptations of these works, beginning in He wrote and starred in several, working with different directors. Other of his monologues that he adapted for film were Monster in a Box , directed by Nick Broomfield , and Gray's Anatomy , directed by Steven Soderbergh. Gray is believed to have committed suicide by jumping into New York City's East River in January , when he was found drowned, after struggling with depression and severe injuries following a car accident.
He was previously in a relationship with Nico Kim. When Levi was a child, he was determined to be first in line to get a comic book, but on the way, a block from the store, he flipped over the handlebars of his bike and broke both his arms. Levi was selected to be part of a group of "sub-i's" doing a rotation at Grey Sloan Memorial as a sort of extended interview to attempt to get an internship there. On his first day, he was observing a surgery when he leaned over the body cavity and his glasses fell in.