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Updated June 2020
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Today’s episode drops just 5 days before the launch of Pride Month. That special time of year that rejuvenates us with hope, confidence, and glitter. One of the best parts about Pride today is that so many companies and organizations show their open support online, in their media, and through rainbows plastered on the front of their merchandise. Wh…
 
Well, folks, we made it to 100 episodes and we wanted to give you what your love best, queer true crime. Today’s story is the infamous rivalry between lesbian, feminist Valerie Solanas and gay, artist Andy Warhol. Which culminated in the attempted assassination of Warhol by Solanas in 1968. But who was Solanas and what led her to shoot one of the m…
 
Next week on May 19th, we celebrate Agender Pride Day. So today we want to recognize Agender Visibility and discuss the spectrum that is gender. We’ve had a lot of people reach out and ask us questions about gender and requested an episode on what it’s like if you fall in the middle of the gender spectrum and not on the ends. While we have touched …
 
Let’s begin with a passage from our topic today: She broke off abruptly, and they stared at each other. ‘Do you know what you’re saying?’ Angela whispered. And Stephen answered: ‘I know that I love you, and that nothing else matters in the world.’ Then, perhaps because of that glamorous evening, with its spirit of queer, unearthly adventure, with i…
 
Use gender neutral language when discussing sex Some people with vaginas are men Some people with penises are women Some people have ambiguous genitals (intersex) Include “gay sex” when teaching (vaginal, oral, anal) Teach douching and hygiene for anal sex Talk about the importance of lube Stress that not sex is insertion Remember to teach queer sa…
 
Carol Baskin was born on an Air Force base in Bexar County, Texas on June 6, 1961. Like Joe, she didn’t have an ideal childhood and ran away from home at age 15, hitchhiking from Florida to Maine. She slept underneath cars until she could afford her own truck and then slept in the back of that with her pet cat. At age 17, Carol got a job at a depar…
 
Today we cover a docuseries that has captivated the nation and the world at large for its sheer audacity and bizarre twists and turns. And while there are so many reasons to love, or love-to-hate, Tiger King, we here love it mostly because it is so damn queer. Along with a gay protagonist, who weds two bisexual lovers – at the same time – and hires…
 
Today is April Fools and so we thought it only fitting to cover two of the biggest fools to ever hold office, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. Though an ocean separated the two world leaders, their response to Gay Rights and the AIDS crisis during the 1980s would leave a deadly impact on the queer community. Together, the conservatives undermin…
 
Today we are headed to China to cover one of the most inspiring transgender activists of our time. An individual who is defying gender binaries in a country that has done very little in the way of LGB rights, and even less for trans and gender non-conforming folks. Despite this, activist and business owner Chao (Chow) Xiaomi (Shou-me) is not one to…
 
Today we’re doing an unscripted episode on the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. We know there’s a lot of information out there and no doubt many of our listeners are tired of hearing about the epidemic. However, it is important that we address the fast-spreading virus. We want to encourage those quarantined indoors, calm some of the fears out t…
 
Today we cover one of the most well known feminist icons of the 20th century; First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. She was by far one of the most influential and active partners of any sitting president. She also held the title of First Lady longer than any other individual since her husband was the only president... The post 91: Eleanor Roosevelt: First…
 
Today we address a feminist icon, civil rights legend, and queer revolutionary, Barbara Smith, one of the longest and most committed activists to freedom and justice for all people. She’s 73 years old today but age has hardly slowed her down. As she is still actively sought after by people from all walks of life.... The post 90: Barbara Smith; Lite…
 
Billy Porter has come to redefine the industry and shatter every boundary and binary in his way. Though he’s been in the industry for over 30 years it’s only in the last few that this incredible star had been getting the recognition he deserves. A conscious choice made when Porter chose his authenticity over fame;... The post 89 Billy Porter: Pose …
 
February 17th-23rd is Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week. And we want to make sure and recognize all of our Aro’s out there. And if you are Black and identify as Aromantic or Asexual, then we hope you are really enjoying this week during Black History Month. Celebrating both your history and your orientation recognizes the beautiful... The post 88: …
 
As the name suggests, this day was created to focus on the specific epidemic of HIV & AIDS in black communities. And like everything that racism and bigotry touches, the AIDS crisis has been no different. We are not going to go into the full history behind AIDS as we will discuss that in June... The post 87: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness appear…
 
We’re back with Part 2 of our episode on Lilly Wust and Felice Schragenheim. When we last left off Lilly – a proud Nazi and wife of a German soldier, had just met Felice – who was an undercover Jew and a Resistance Fighter against Hitler’s evil regime. It was the height of World War... The post 86: Lilly Wust and Felice Schragenheim, Berlin Brides …
 
In the garden of Eden, Eve gave Adam a piece of forbidden fruit bringing about his downfall. And ever since then, if you believe in Biblical legend, humanity has fallen for one temptation after another. And so it happened again in Berlin in the midst of World War 2. Join us as we tell the... The post 85: Lilly and Felice Part 1, Forbidden Fruit app…
 
It’s a Wet and slippery journey through this episode. We welcome representative Joe Pascolla from Wet Lubricants to discuss all the amazing benefits of lube. And the benefits are endless! From the strong sexual health proponents to the practical household uses there are plenty of reasons to keep a bottle of Wet Lube on hand.... The post 84: Get Wet…
 
It is our commitment to educate on all queer related issues. From past moments and people in history to the current problems plaguing our community today. The matter of sexual assault and intimate partner violence is one of the most pressing issues among the LGBTQ. Staggering statistics show how incredibly vulnerable queer people are to... The post…
 
Happy 2020 to all our listeners! We’re kicking the new year off with the intriguing story of a non-binary spiritual leader. The Public Universal Friend defied the standards of gender identity centuries before the modern day genderqueer movement began. They broke down barriers in a variety of ways, but especially in their role as founder... The post…
 
The last few months have shown a spike in our Polish listeners. And it’s no wonder considering the violent anti-queer rhetoric that has filled the country lately. Sadly, the Pis Parties control of the country has put queer Poles in a dangerous predicament. On this episode we cover some of the current events in the... The post 80: Poland’s Rainbow P…
 
In honor of the return of the L Word we dive into a history of queer tv. From Canadian docuseries in the 70’s to groundbreaking British dramas in the 80’s. On to the popular 90’s American sitcoms and historical moments of the 2000’s. We cover the many ups and downs, protests and controversies. One failed... The post 79: Queer TV Landmarks appeared …
 
Today we’re back with another episode in our series, “Villians of the LGBTQ”. And we’re discussing the woman who launched the modern day anti-queer movement, Anita Bryant. So much of the anti-lgbtq rhetoric we hear in today’s society is based on Bryant’s attack of the queer community. And her advocacy against us homos has been... The post 78: Villa…
 
Your first holiday season is hard and often we have to relive that moment again and again during the first year. Add in the chaos of family and various holiday functions during this time of year and things get….awkward. So we go through 3 of the biggest types of events during this time and ways... The post 77: Your First Holiday Season Out appeared…
 
It’s Transgender Day of Remembrance and in honor of those who have passed we cover the origins of TDOR, the many trans people lost to anti-trans violence this last year, and 5 of the biggest misconceptions about the transgender and non-binary communities. If you were not able to make it to a vigil this year... The post 76: Transgender Awareness: Fa…
 
No it’s not about drugs. But rather the Molly Houses of England in the 16 and 1700’s. Some call them the original gay bars, others say they were merely an evolution of the Greek bathhouses. Either way the Molly bars were a “Molly” good time indeed. Though like everything with this era, one had to... The post 75: A Molly Good Time appeared first on …
 
it’s the great gay holiday! And we’re here to tell you all about how the queers made Halloween the second most popular holiday in the States. For nearly a century, gays from all walks of life have found freedom in the masquerade of All Hallows Eve. Beneath the glow of the October night sky LGBTQ... The post 74: The Queer History of Halloween appear…
 
The Deadly Lovers Ottis Toole and Henry Lee Lucas: Our month of horror continues but this time with a love story. The tale of two star crossed lovers who met by chance and were instantly struck by one another. It may have helped that the two men also happened to be brutal serial killers. Every... The post 73: Deadly Lovers Ottis Toole and Henry Lee…
 
We get spooky on today’s episode. From haunted bars to a deadly lovers quarrel we tell the mysteries of unrequited love. Then we travel across the ocean to the castle of horrors of the Blood Countess. All the gore and queerness your heart desires is in mixed together in this cauldron of an episode. And... The post 72: Queer Hauntings appeared first…
 
It’s October which means it’s time to get a little freaky. And as we kick off our month of spooks we must address the murderess mistress of Maplecroft. The subject of Lizzie Borden’s love interests has been ALMOST as hotly debated as the mystery of her parents brutal murder. If Lizzie Borden did whack her... The post 71: Lizzie Borden – The Mistres…
 
Last episode we gave a deep history of relationships in early civilizations and the evolution of monogamy. In this episode we discuss the modern day concepts Polyamory. While the practice of having multiple partners is not new at all, Polyamory is a recent development in Western culture. We detail the differences between open relationships, polygam…
 
We finally reached episode 69 and of course we had to talk about sex. Specifically how the idea of monogamy started and what polyamory really means. In this episode we go way back to early civilizations to discuss the evolution of marriage and single partner relationships. Were we always monogamous? Is it natural for our... The post 69: History of …
 
Today we go a bit off topic and get personal. Some viewers have requested more insight into the cult and environment in which Evan grew up. So in this episode we pull Evan and two of his sisters to discuss the cult of the Independent Fundamental Baptist, also known as the IFB. Each sibling tells... The post 68: Leaving A Cult appeared first on Your…
 
Join us as Vima from the Down No Particular Road Podcast discusses how we as a community can be better allies to queer POC. https://player.fm/series/down-no-particular-road https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/down-no-particular-road/id1394589264 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/i-probably-shouldnt-be-up The post 67: Being a Better Ally to Queer P…
 
Get ready for some Australian True Crime. We’re wrapping up our world listeners month with a bloody tale from the land down under. At least twenty-seven gay men were hunted and murdered along the White Cliffs of Bondi Beach in New South Wales. Most of their deaths remain open cases to this day. In this... The post 66: Australian True Crime appeared…
 
There’s two more episodes during World Listeners Month. And we couldn’t bloody let you mates leave without a few rounds at some world wide assholes. Join us for one of our favorite series as we tackle homophobes all around the globe who ended up being a bunch of homos themselves. From the land down under,... The post 65: I’m Not Gay YOU’RE Gay! Int…
 
This week we travel down to Mexico and cover artist and revolutionary, Frida Kahlo. A strong woman who’s life was marked by tragedy, Fridas found release though painting. And though she would live a brief life, her work immortalized her. Join us as we discuss the artist, the feminist, the bisexual, the incredible – Frida.... The post 64: Frida Kahl…
 
Listen as Paul and Evan take you on a magical journey of Hindu queerness, in honor of our Hindu listeners. Which was pretty easy to do as Hinduism is quite full of gender variance and same sex love. From transgender war heroes to gay gods this episode is sure to intrigue. So hit play and... The post 63: Hindu Queerness appeared first on Your Queer …
 
We’re “turing” up the geek on this episode folks. Diving into the amazing and yet saddening story of gay genius Alan Turing. From his invaluable contributions during World War 2 to his lasting legacy in the fields of A.I. and Computers, this is a hero we must celebrate. So join your favorite queers as we... The post 62: Alan Turing, Father of Compu…
 
“Ya can’t win a championship without gays…that’s science” – those were the words uttered by the infamous Megan Rapinoe as the Women’s US Soccer team took the title of world champions. And it’s true. From the earliest organized games at the Greek Olympics to modern day sports, the queers have been there every sprint and... The post 61: You can’t win…
 
It’s a scale of a tale today Queerstians. Just how homo are you? There’s one man who decided to investigate over 12,000 people to find out. Dr. Alfred Kinsey left his work studying gall wasps to research sex. And frankly, we think he made the right decision. Join us as we discuss the first legitimate... The post 60: The Kinsey Scale appeared first …
 
Today we cover an amazing individual who’s all but been erased from history, Dr. Alan Hart. While he achieved much academic success starting at a young age, Alan would struggle with his career for decades. This was due to his transition from female to male in the early 1900s. As Alan fought against extreme prejudice... The post 59: Alan Hart appear…
 
It’s a laid back, unscripted episode for you homos today, especially the Americans. We take a list of queer founding fathers and mothers of the USA and lightly discuss just how gay our nation has always been. Blast it during your Fourth of July picnic or listen while at work – you boss isn’t working... The post 58: One Nation Under Queers appeared …
 
As we hit world pride, we want to show support for our sober listeners. Pride is a wonderful time to celebrate, but it’s often filled with booze and other party substances. So if you’re new to recovery and wondering how to navigate this weekend sober, take some tips from Evan and guest star John Nelson. The post Minisode: Staying Sober During Pride…
 
June 26th is a big day for queer rights in America. But it is most notorious for being the day that same-sex marriage was federally legalized. Join us as we journey through the early days of the fight for marriage equality. Love Wins As time and time again our opponents try to break the bonds... The post 57: Love Wins appeared first on Your Queer S…
 
This week we cover the Pink Triangle and the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. Once a home of vibrant queer progressiveness, Germany dissolved into a dark place of bigotry, anti-semitism and extreme homophobia. We trace Hitler’s dissent of hate from his overthrow of power in 1933 to the end of the war. As he ordered thousands... The post 56: Pink Tr…
 
The Bitch Is Back folks. Now Don’t Go Breaking Our Hearts by skipping over this episode. We give you a review of the new Elton John movie Rocketman and we continue on with a story of Sad Songs. It’s not always a happy story, I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues. However, in... The post 55: Elton John, Rocketman appeared first on Your Queer Sto…
 
In our last episode, we had reached the final days before the morning of June 28th. We discussed how our community began to stand up and fight back. In part two we go in detail about the Stonewall riot. We celebrate the heroes of Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, Storme DeLarverie, Craig Rodwell, Fred Sargeant,... The post 54: Stonewall Part Two – …
 
In the years and months leading up to Stonewall, there was a mounting air of frustration and excitement. The queers were quietly starting to revolt. Gone were the days of hiding or silently slipping away into the darkness. From the brawl at Coopers Do-Nuts, to the protests in Washington D.C., to the Compton Cafeteria Riots.... The post 53: Stonewal…
 
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