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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Episode 33: Artist Spotlight w/ Monica McIntyre

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Queer 2 The T Hosts T, M and Z sit down with the amazingly talented MONICA MCINTYRE for a rousing conversation of art, culture and what's HOT IN THE HEADLINES! Also, joining in on various topics was the new Hottie Correspondent, DAVON WILLIAMS! Things get heated when subjects arise and opinions are blended when discussing President Barack Obama in drag on the cover of Newsweek, DMX needing a lullaby, new HIV/AIDS prevention drug that acts like "the pill", ex-cons being BANNED for LIFE, sweet tea being the new crack and why the Hottie Corespondent doesn't thinks he's sexy. Everything eventually enlaces itself together when MONICA MCINTYRE graces the microphone with her peacefully and melodic ideology. WHAT AN AMAZING EVENING!

For more information on Monica or how to purchase the songs heard on Queer 2 The T, like Witness and Lullaby for the Self, visit her group page THE HONEYPOTS


  1. Elements OrganizationMay 16, 2012 at 2:36 PM

    We love Monica!!!


    Hey T & Z, it has been a while. Hope all is well.

  2. I LOVE Monica! Been listening to her over the years for a while!

  3. Monica McIntyre is a fantastic performer. She's been on G-town a few times before. Welcome back!

  4. I heard this woman play in NY as an opening act to an awesome One Womyn show. Both were amazing.

  5. In terms of statics Black women are the fastest growing group in terms of HIV infection. Which mean the rate of growth from yr to yr is growing faster then that of other group. This doesn't result it in being the group with the most risk. because overall Black MSM account for more infections and face high risk determining factor that affect transmission.

    Just to put that out there :)

  6. Z Morris/Co-HostMay 25, 2012 at 8:24 PM


    Thank you so much for your response. As an Epidemiologist, it is my professional understanding that Black Women have the highest incidence (new cases) of HIV but black MSMs have the highest prevalence (existing cases). However, we all know that as incidence within a group increases, so does prevalence given a low death rate/unless more people are dying than acquiring new infections. Incidence, prevalence, and death rates are all important factors when discussing HIV infection.

    Thank you so much for tuning in!
    Z Morris-