Steven Heard Fales’ “Mormon Boy Trilogy” is set to make an international comeback, ten years after his November, 2011 conversation with This Way Out’s Rosie Wilby (“The Breakup Monologues”) during the London run of “Confessions of a Mormon Boy.”

Kal ”Kumar” Penn goes on a “Harold-free“ queer adventure in his just-published memoir, “You Can’t Be Serious” (including an excerpt from a “way-out” interview with Jake Tapper of “CNN”).

And in NewsWrap: a leading Chinese queer rights group is forced offline, a Bulgarian politician leads a mob attack on an LGBTQ center, hackers breach and release Israeli gay app personal info, the Taliban’s human rights vow excludes LGBTQ Afghans, Cohen “Glitters” and Porter goes “Unprotected” on “Late Night,” and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Sarah Montague and John Dyer V (produced by Brian DeShazor).

All this and more on the November 8, 2021 edition of This Way Out!

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