Episode 206 Craig Wilson

One of the people that helped make the show the way it is from an article from today’s guest to the show – Craig Wilson a great columnist for USA Today. A few years ago, he wrote an article about a gay teen who came out to his family and how the parents kicked him out of the house and he talked about a charity called The Point Foundation. The organization provides scholarships and mentoring to GLBT kids who are not able to get support from the family. He inspired me to not only contribute to the cause but I was lucky to interview one of the scholars and it really had an impact on me. For this reason I really feel that Craig and his article about his life is an inspiration to not only the GLBT community but also to anyone else who reads the article and shows that being gay is simply a part of his life.

Click here to listen to this episode on your computer!

Click here to read his articles at USA Today

Click here to buy Craig’s book called “It’s the Little Things An Appreciation of Life’s Simple Pleasures

Click here to check out info on The Point Foundation.

5 Responses to “Episode 206 Craig Wilson”

  1. Lauren Says:

    Wow, great interview. you’re getting some really big names on the show! Congrats.

  2. Archerr Says:

    Craig should be commended for his column. I don’t read USA Today but I now want to check out his column. Thanks for sharing his story.

  3. john q. public Says:

    I don’t read “USA Today” either but I did look up Craig’s columns online. I loved them, but of course, “The Final Word: What Sparks Everlasting Love” was a favorite.

  4. Montana Joe Says:

    Awesome interview! I’ve never been much for reading USA Today myself…but loved his column and have now tagged them in my Google headline list.

    I can hardly wait for your next episode, Ramble!! Keep them coming!

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    I’ve only read USA Today in Hotels and Airports while traveling, so I haven’t previously been familiar with his work. I dug the “generational” perspective. I felt it was a great history lesson for our up-n’-coming generation of kids.

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