House of Cards: An LGBTQIA2+ Podcast
House of Cards: An LGBTQIA2+ Podcast

Episode · 1 year ago

House of Cards: LGBTQ History: Modern History

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Today eposide we were VERY tired, so we ran right into the topic talking about the LGBT History through the Modern History! Make sure to turn in next week to hear about the Modern Era, if you can't, thats'll alright and I hope you have a good rest of your life! Remember you are vaild as fuck! 

Written by Avery Ann

Edited by Jaxson Stiles

Produced by: Jaxson , Avery and Simone

Music: Lofi-Missing memories , lofi fading away, lofi fly and lofi escapism.  

Hey, y'all, welcome to the house. I have cards on LGBTQ. I A plus podcast. I got them all in there. I'm a Brian. I used to her pronouns and I got to pet a cat today. He was very soft. Such a crazy when Joe. My Name Is Jack Sung. Yeah, welcome to the PODCAST. I am recording a podcast for you. Nice. Yeah, I'm Simone. I used they pronounced and I'm single. Hit me out. I just absolutely adore you anyway. You do. ...

Fuck. We need to stop planning ahead for this shit. We're just tired today, I guess. Yeah, no, not this. I was thinking. Someone else I have thinks that we've had a week. We've had a week. Guys, do you know why we've had a week? Why? because horns out everything we thought was a lie. Oh, I'm joking. I'm joking. It was one. No, so you just doing tell me how you feeling. This is how y'all feel. Like cutting some heads off. Yeah, Front look to me. That's I know where were. I just saw it. Why? Some owe? It's your tone. All right. You can follow us on Instagram at House of cards underscore podcast, on twitter at lgbt underscore deck and on Ticktock, as house of cards podcast,...

...we before if you dead, but of course, if you don't, we're just gonna hide you down, kill you, right, I really would. We yes, we were. Who would you not? Some O? Would you not? How you do every I would not have to kill people. I thought. Yes, I am. Actually, avery is part of the the Anti Revolution. I we got a cut off her head. Anti Revolution. Yeah, she's Anti Revolution. We gotta Kill Oh my God, if you wondering why, and we got motor on your mind. That is literally what the French Revolution was. We got motor run on mind. Stop, I just say. I just need to. I do. I'm looking French for of I'm looking at this. What a time. I'm looking at the script and I'm none of the errors that avery put in that result in today's topic are in Orna, in the chronological order. N them all.

Huh. Did that matter? Yes, I mean, I just want to wrote them in. We need to fix it. Well, it doesn't make sense to have them in weird orders. Okay, sorry, Bro why? Why? What's the problems? Won't tell us what's wrong. You're fruity. That's the problem. PODCAST is fruity. We are free. Jalid we are valid. Fruit Salad, Yummy, yummy fruits, falid. We should get into the topic were. I feel like we're doing the modern history today and I feel like there was a lot to cover in the modern history, because this to the time when we were not born, but we kind of war...

...born. What the time? When were you born? I'm in a mortal being active. Oh, yeah, I I was. I was bored during the time and I kind of decide to go on on. But the phrase Martin history is kind of hard to understand. So just to lay it out for you, it kind of lies between the seventeenth century, the eighteen century and the beginning of the twentieth century. That doesn't make sense. What happened to the nineteenth century? Well, no, yeah, it goes between like the nineteen centuries included. It's like the seventeen, eighteen to nineteen centuries. So why do you say it was between the seventeen, nineteen and beginning of the twentieth century? Ah, it's really funny because so, just for reference,...

...we read over these when avery makes them and I away to edit them, and so how are we doing the podcast? Read them and I added the parts I need to Buen it's those funny mistakes like like new remerical order and the dates. I leave it out. I wait till the podcast to bring it up. Oh my God, the most notable historical events in the times? What the thirty a war, the industrial and French Revolution, they happened around the same time. Then a potent Napoleonic wars, I could say that before, I promise, which happened right in the French revolution, as well as the Victorian our Aka the Arrow era that I became king. Modern history was a period of many advancements, from politics, military warfare, Globe's action, culture and science. The additional rise of the framest joy. That again. The additional rise of famous Irish poet and playwright o school wild was also during this time. Just for a friends, I did have to double...

...check with a red to make this was relevant, because every bit of an Oscar Wild Fan girl. How did you not know he was gay, because right, I'm not an Oscar wild fan girl. Yeah, I mean I'm not, so you would be enough. I had to double check, but OSCO wild is gay and is relevant. Don't even voice out such an icon. Okay. So yeah, around Europe, the developing field of psychology allowed for the direct addressing of homosexuality. You know, other than our people were just like claiming everything was biblical. You know, there were many taste studies and scientific journals. I contributed to many theories about homosexuality in this time. One of the most wildly accepted at the time was the generacy, which was like basically they thought that it was like a state of altered sexuality, like...

...deviating from what was considered normal, so like heteronormativity and shit. And you know, this was really influenced by EUGENIC and social dewiness theories, which basically was just like social excellence. So yeah, homosexuality wasn't very brilliantly accepted in Great Britain and was legalized during the renaissance. However, it did not stop molly houses from appearing in the eighteen century as taverns or private rooms for homosexuals and cross dressing men. About I found out the reason they were called molly houses as well, because apparently it was like molly was like a slang term for a gay man. Whether that was a slur I don't know, but I mean, if you ever like our closeted and you say I'm going to go smoke some Mollie. You could be referring to like a blowjob. Please do not Su exactly well, you do not spoke gay person. We are not good for your lunes. She's you looked right. There too many considents...

...anyways. One particular molly house was run by Margaret Clap, who is rumored to have enacted mock weddings during seventeen twenty four and seventeen twenty six. When it was rated in in February of seventeen twenty six. She said to have been heavily involved in legal insuremans and was eventually convicted. It's unknown if she survived prison. She sounds like a great ally. She fucking does right, fucking Queen Shit. During the NAB me to German poleonic wars, many ballads were written about the celebration of cross dressing female soldiers, bisexuality and women husbands in quotations. In one thousand seventeen ninety one, revolutionary France adopted a penal...

...code that no longer criminalized homosexuality. The first recorded International LGBT organization is believed to be the scientific humanitarian in Berlin. Germany in Berlin are ready Germany also published the first gay magazine in One Thousand Eight hundred and ninety six. I bet it was just females in it, probably an America. Homosexuality was slowly climbing in the right Alexander Hamilton, eighty six Pennsylvan became the fourth state who upheld the death penalteet from sododomy. So I just want it. Give Me Seck. I thought amy. All other American colonies followed within the generation, which is amazing. In the nineteen century. Oh So, the nineteen century...

...is included in this great the male idea became idolize and enforced by all male looking, all male boarding schools, the military frontiers and all male call it. These existed. I'm want to go to an all male colleague. Shit. The male ID the male idea itself was the theme of a Friendship Idem more precious than a love of a woman. And American literature, force picked up by Theodore withdraw new Yoka, wealth white man, carried on the male ID in many pieces of literature. It is so gay. If you can't tell, avery is a literature Nord. Oh my God, every did you? Oh my God, what every game for the parent comes out the paragraph about Oscar wild. I did. Oh my God, Oh my God, I can't believe in any so sorry, but like I romanticize the classical authors...

...so much, like Mary Shelley. She's always, my God, like my fucking icon. I guess I Christie Girl Bosts. Oh my God, if I ever found out I was related to one of them, I think I would die of pure ecstasy. What if you related to Oscar Wild? Sorry. So, the nineteen centuries on influx of decriminalization of homosexuality and stodomy on a worldwide scale, including countries and republics such as the Ottoman Empire, Argentina, Brazil, Vatican, I'll Salvadora, the Netherlands, Guatemala, Mexico, crude way, Honduras and the Dominican Republic. Oscar wild, author of the picture of Dorean great and the importance of being earnest those under trial in one thousand eight hundred and ninety five for acts of homosexuality, is sentenced to two years of labor in poorison. On Cross examination. I've quoted him here and...

...he actually mentions quite a few people that we've already chatted about and they see. So yeah, the love that dare not speak its name in this century is such a great affection of an elder for a younger man as there was between David and Jonathan, such as Plato made the very basis of his philosophy, and such as you find in the sonnets of Michelangelo and Shakespeare. Just Chef's kiss immaculate. The last known execution for homosexuality takes place in Great Britain in one thousand eighteen thirty five. James Pratt and John Smith are hanged after being witnessed having sex through a people, and one of the earliest known American same sex relationships be begins between Sylvia Drake and Charity Bryant. Modern history is a joyful time in the legalization of homosexuality, and will continue to remember it...

...as such. Next week we'll be looking from the beginning of the twenty century to present as our final era in this five part series. In conclusion, men love men, Women Love Women, Cross Dressers Love Cross dressing, and all our valid as flock in credible every day. Every day, I'm pres I get closer to killing all of you. Why? Thanks, WOK. The two different responses I've always brings me with joy the two different responses. I have my reasons for everything's known. I hope you get worms. I don't. I actually doles right now. Oh my God, let's high because I was eating your ass too much. Ah Shit, I get it. Oh my God, that's like when I was studying for bio and I told my mom that Hep a was a sti and she's like you can't let she's...

...like that's not St Yeah, you can't like transmit sexual and I was like Fuck Bro, if you're eating someone's ass like that's fecal transmission. I hate that so much. You're welcome, and this is why you should always, you know, like clean yourself. Yes, I've got we were covering a podcast. You know, you're welcome. The modern era is boring, let's be honest. Not a lot happening there. Some guy named some Guy Wild is maybe the only interesting thing, but not even. But I want to thank you rights for coming today's episode and I hope you enjoyed it. I think it was really fun. Well, this wasn't exciting as medieval with kings, or Greek with the pant there on, or the ennasalms. I still think it's opposed to remember where we came from and that the nineteen century didn'tdeed...

...exist and was part of this. Thank you so much for coming and I hope to see you next week. If not, maybe have a good rest of your life. Is there anything else to add? Well, it is book stand the classical authors don't stand them. Have a good day. Goodbye.

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