Salami Tactics Advance

This week I'm reporting from Amsterdam ... that Amsterdam is very pretty. We have a salami marriage in Switzerland, James designs video games about Grace Jones, and it's the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia. Congratulations to everyone!

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Copin' with Copenhagen

It's an inter-continental edition of the Defining Marriage podcast this week, with James back in Seattle and me sailing off to Europe for the summer. I share a harrowing tale of bicycles and fish, and we take a breath of relief that it's been a slow week for marriage news (aside from that whole thing about the United Kingdom getting a whole new government). Plus: pig scrying.

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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These Have Always Brought me Luck

I'm back from Chicago, and this week's episode is a brief interlude before my rainbow tour to Europe. We talk to riding a train to a pup romp, how I nearly became a go-go dancer without realizing it, and about Chile's gay-marriage train. 

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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You Look Just Like the Commish

I'm on the road again, recording this week's Defining Marriage podcast with Jim and Michaela in Chicago while I visit for IML. In marriage news, we have a huge victory in Taiwan; and in other news, Michaela was once convinced that The Commish was her father.

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Max the Hedgehog in the Dracula Parade

On this week's episode of Defining Marriage: we investigate some original sins, from pancakes to grandmas. The Church of Scotland is going to decide whether to honor same-sex marriages, and James makes a heavily-accented guess about how that will go. We have the latest news about Carly Rae Jansport and Australia's impatient patients.

 

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Chimp, the Chump, and the Chomp

On this week's podcast, there's a plausible size difference (and a few implausible ones), as well as more cake quibbles. A cat and a dog have gotten married for reasons that are not entirely clear, and James has a new drag character based on another drag character that does not actually exist. All that, plus a bearracuda, a giant finger, and that famous aphorism, "when you're on a love boat, anything goes."

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Man Root of All Evil

This week on the Defining Marriage podcast, we count our hands and feet; Ireland ponders marriage, and we celebrate good times come on in Bermuda. There's a conspiracy afoot involving the equals sign, and pastries running for president of France. All this, plus James going "HA" a lot.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Youth of America Need to Exfoliate

Defining Marriage hits the road this week: I'm down in LA for DragCon while James manages the farm back in Seattle. So my guest is the delightful H. Alan Scott, which whom I discuss NOM's upcoming march for marriage (or more accurately, march to stop marriage). Also on the agenda this week is the $600,000 that Texas will have to pay out for try to stop marriage, and also a critical look at how Bernadette Peters in Gypsy is like Roger Moore in the Bond films.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Slime Confessions with Matthew

On this week's episode of the podcast, we're going above, beyond, and beneath various ultra-vixens. North Carolina thinks they can just declare the Supreme Court is "null and void," which is dumb; and the Falklands are holding a Rainbow Fun Day, which is delightful. We also discuss characters that cross over between the story of Easter, Bewitched, and Les Miserables.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Christine Ebersole is my Mother the Car

On this week's podcast: we play "What's Her Name" with a seagull, and revisit the pizzeria what won't cater a gay wedding. Barry Manilow is gay and married (still), and Quantas wants to put a ring on it.

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Widow of the Web

 

This week on the podcast: James laments the Widow of the Web, while I have no idea who that is. We get an apology from a British gnome who opposed marriage equality, and hear from some Tennessee Beavers who only believe in "natural marriage." And we also fret a bit about Neil Gorsuch, Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee who spells bad news for equal rights.

 

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Bathroom Bill as Played by Ellen Burstyn

On this week's podcast, Ellen's Burstyn out all over as James descends into a sleepy madness. I confess a dream of clowns, and we debate the true meaning of marriage extortion. We conclude with a mystery of faith, and a wedding overseen by a pig.

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Murder She Hopes

On this week's podcast: James marries an elf in the kingdom of Hyrule, a maiden finds herself transformed, and support for marriage is at 83 percent in Germany where they have all the schneckens. We play an extended game of "What's Her Name" with Kirk Cameron, and speculate about Vanna White's ouija potential.

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In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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It Depends on the Intent of the Sandwich

This week, we're never lambing alone with Australia's meaty Mardi Gras. There's been yet another hearing the saga of the bakery that won't make gay wedding cakes, and a gay island declared war on Australia. 

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Case of the Misplaced Moustache

This week on the podcast: a Supreme Court clerk has delivered a deliciously satisfying slapdown to lawyers who were intentionally using the wrong pronouns for a trans teenager who's had to sue so that he can go to school. A whole bunch of countries are legalizing marriage equality in Europe, but I'm distressed because I can't remember Mike Myers' name. And we think back to Connie Chung's career in musical theater.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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The Royal Way to Eat a Tuffet

On this week's Defining Marriage, we discuss an Australian who says that gay marriage is a Soviet-Nazi mind-control plot -- because yes, of course, if Nazis were able to control our minds, the very first thing they would do is convince everyone to support gay marriage. We are also visited by Laura Derider, a southern belle with strong thoughts on bakers and florists who refuse to serve gay couples. And James reveals the royal way to eat a tuffet. There may be a butt or two involved.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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We Found a Ratboy

On this week's podcast: Finland has released its very own Tom of Finland emoji to celebrate marriage equality, as well as some additional emoji for naked saunas, skiing, and a very graphic pastry. There's more fighting over who has to make whose cakes, whether cake fetishists are a legally protected class, and also anxiety about whether marriage equality will spell the end of the human race. (It's won't.) Also, we discuss the cinematic masterpiece that is Ratboy.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Rats in a Raincoat

This week on the Defining Marriage podcast, I sputter incoherently while James spins a yarn about the pigeon Superbowl. We discuss a marriage-inequality bill that's likely to be vetoed -- by, as James puts it, Danny De-Veto -- and also hundreds of anti-LGBTQ bills coming in the next few weeks. We also have lavender marriages, the first major city in Japan to recognize same-sex couples, Cloris Leachman, and a dead rat.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Unlocking the Donkey Within

On this week's episode of the Defining Marriage podcast, we are encouraged and befuddled by a Catholic priest who somehow found a way to marry his boyfriend and remain a priest. James gets a spook from a bicycle and a zombie, and we reflect on the proud history of Hee Haw. Also -- some big Supreme Court news is coming this week, so gird your loins.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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Evar Orbus and His Galactic Jizz-Wailers

This week on the podcast we discover an adorable gay dating sim -- the first of its kind in China, where LGBT relationships are often suppressed. Over in Taiwan, we untangle the reasons why the country is advancing so quickly towards marriage equality while Australia lags behind. James has some VERY harsh words for remarkably hypocritical Texas Republicans. And someone wants to marry a Ferris Wheel.

Music:

In Your Arms Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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