I'm wondering why a radio station is styling itself as the "first licensed LGBT radio station". Are they expecting there to be a 2nd, and 3rd and so on?
I listen to the radio for various reasons, because I want music, chat, documentaries and interesting quirky programs fileled with useless information and for a whole variety of reason.
It's never occurred to me to listen to a radio station because it views itself as an LBGT station, and I just wonder what the content will be like. If it is interesting , then it's likely I'll listen.
On a wider note, I am uneasy with the LBGT community separating itself from the wider society. I'd prefer that to be lesbian or gay is seen as a normal part of society, rather than seen as trying to create a different society for ourselves.
The longer we identify ourselves as different, the longer it will be for others to identify us as different.