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Best Homophobia podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Homophobia podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Straight Spouse Voices is the official podcast of the Straight Spouse Network. In our podcasts, heterosexual men and women who are or were married to, or partners of, LGBTQ persons, share their experiences in conversations with host Kristin Kalbli, who is herself a straight spouse. The stories and perspectives are many and diverse. Topics include the after effects when spouse comes out, staying in a mixed orientation marriage, coping with a spouse who remains closeted or in denial, the chall ...
 
Welcome to QueerCity , Nigeria's first LGBT lifestyle based podcast, nothing goes unturned !!! Talk about it, tell us your stories, we are having a conversation. Join the chat.. Awesome things happen here.. Follow Us on Twitter : @queernerd001 Instagram : @Queercitypodcast
 
A platform for those of us who have been made to feel inferior by religious dogma. There are a lot of issues to undo coming out of religion; sexism, misogyny, and homophobia are at the top of the list, the basis of which was laid down in the first few pages of the Bible. We want to address these issues from a women's perspective and help men who have come out of religion understand us better.
 
Twenty-five years ago, HIV/AIDS was a death sentence. And people living with HIV were shunned. It was as if the world didn’t care. Then, against all odds, filmmaker Jonathan Demme and stars Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington created the first mainstream Hollywood film about HIV/AIDS and homophobia, the first to give the disease a face and reveal the humanity of those who live with it. PEOPLE LIKE US: INSIDE PHILADELPHIA tells the story behind the story - how this remarkable movie got made and h ...
 
Just Between Us is a comedic variety show where Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn openly discuss everything from mental health to sex and all the stuff in-between. Each week, they’ll answer a question from a listener seeking advice, interview someone fascinating, participate in a rarely winnable game show and discuss a random topic affecting the world. Jump from highbrow to lowbrow in a single episode! Sometimes multiple times! Nothing is off limits for these New York Times best selling authors w ...
 
Burst Your Bubble is a podcast that looks at racism, sexism, homophobia, and all of the other -isms and -phobias within our society through pop culture. From music and movies to comic books and games, hatred, bigotry, and ignorance seep into our everyday lives. What is important is to dissect it and discuss it, and not just accept it as something we cannot process or change. New episodes will be released the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
 
Kentucky Politics Distilled is our weekly rundown of the big news — and sometimes the odd news — happening in the state Capitol. With Kentucky’s elected leaders all in one place for a limited time, the developments can break in a rapid-fire fashion. Kentucky Politics Distilled helps ensure you don’t miss all the highs and lows coming out of Frankfort. We’ll discuss the important issues facing Kentucky and add context to the headlines that flew by over the week. New episodes post on Fridays. ...
 
Hosted by New York City-based comedians Carolyn Bergier & Melody Kamali, Dyking Out is a podcast about lesbian / queer life, news, and pop culture. Each week, Carolyn and Melody invite a special guest (comedians, musicians, actors, crushes) to dyke out with them about a topic that's relevant to the LGBTQ world. But really, it's just another way to advance the gay agenda.
 
Run the Means is a weekly podcast for people who are fed the f*ck up with late-stage capitalism, white supremacy, hotep shit, fake Christians, annoying Atheists, consumerism, black wrestlers not getting a push, DC being inferior to Marvel, settler colonialism, settler colonists, police brutality, imperialism, Chapo Trap House, sexism, homophobia, ableism--hell, any ISM--and other assorted Babylonian fuckshit... You're gonna want to subscribe. Like now. Check us out @runthemeans on Twitter.
 
Balaam's Ride is a live, weekly call-in show hosted by John Martignoni of the Bible Christian Society. John discusses a number of topics on any given show, ranging from apologetics and evangelization to economics and politics to current events and more - all from a Catholic Christian perspective. One week John might discuss whether or not Billy Graham will be saved, the next week he could have an atheist on as a guest discussing God or no God, the next an anti-Catholic Baptist minister talki ...
 
In this investigative podcast series, I explore the ways global religions have informed our historical and cultural perceptions of sexuality and contributed to issues I’ve experienced firsthand including matters of violence, community, isolation, self-worth and identity. I grew up Mormon and I am a lesbian.
 
Welcome to the Don't Go There podcast. We are four psychotherapists going toward mental health issues that aren't often discussed. And our podcast may go to psychological places that are both scary and exciting. We hope to inspire authenticity and vulnerability. We want to go there. And we hope you go there with us!
 
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Kalen Allen is a YouTuber known for his Kalen Reacts videos featuring colorful and witty commentary on culinary concoctions. Kalen’s videos captured Ellen DeGeneres’s interest and was offered the opportunity to collaborate and produce content for her digital platforms. Now, Kalen has a regular guest spot on The Ellen Show and weekly news series cal…
 
Allison and Gaby offer advice to a queer listener struggling with internalized homophobia after her brother came out. They’re then joined by host of the podcast America Dissected, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, to talk about the dangers of supplements, wellness crazes and other untested cure-alls being sold for our health. And later, we get super personal! Ho…
 
During our conversation, Michael and I touched upon the following resources: Healthcare officials' consideration to recommend broader use of face masks The shortage of the masks in the United States How domestic violence incidents have increased since and enabled by the lockdown A United Nations' 2018 study on how the home is the most dangerous pla…
 
Eddie and Justin talk about Queer Labels. The Queer Network sees Queer as umbrella term used to include everyone within the LGBTQ community as well as honouring it's original definition of people who are different, strange, and even weird. Queer is for everyone. It is openness, unconditional love, freedom, acceptance, pride in who you are, standing…
 
Dawn and Karleigh follow-up on the fallout since Idaho's governor signed the most anti-transgender bills in the nation into law. Then, When Podcasts Collide! Meet Marcia and Marybeth from Disabled Girls Who Lift (Chloe couldn't join us this time). There are strong parallels between how disabled power lifters and transgender power lifters face discr…
 
Have you ever been told to just “get over it already?” Today on the show, grief counselor and thanatologist Claudia Coenen talks to us about complex grief (grief that is clouded by ambiguous circumstances and takes longer to resolve) and disenfranchised grief (when our grief is publicly minimized or de-legitimized). Straight spouses often experienc…
 
Happy self-quarantine, everyone! Allison and Gaby discuss how they’re handling the coronavirus crisis (lots of games). They then offer advice to a listener whose mom won’t take their mental illness seriously. They’re also joined by writer Ashley C. Ford, who shares a heartwarming story about real love. And later, we analyze and dissect our own soci…
 
On this International Transgender Day of Visibility, Dawn and Karleigh bring listeners a special episode, featuring an interview with the policy director of the Idaho chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, Kathy Griesmyer. She testified before the Idaho House State Affairs Committee in opposition of HB 509 last month. Griesmyer talks about …
 
If you're wondering what queer content to stream during your queerantine, look no further than the new dramedy Feel Good (out on Netflix in the US and Channel 4 in the UK). We dyked out with director Ally Pankiw about the making of the show and why it's so different than other queer narratives. Having immediately binged the first season, Melody and…
 
More “Queering the Beeb”; two U.S. queer icons and a hero fall to COVID-19, the 2020 International AIDS Conference goes virtual for safety, 17 Senators and GLAAD push the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to allow blood donations by gay and bisexual men, U.K. LGBTQ help line calls surge with isolation concerns, COVID-19-forced border closures separat…
 
What does it take to start a clothing company? This weeks episode features the owner and founder of online clothing companies Jed North and JJ Malibu. Jed discusses what it took to get these two companies off the ground, and how it's become a social platform for him to share his story as a successful gay male entrepreneur in a business still very d…
 
When Michael Gunning got the news that the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games had been postponed to 2021, he was crushed. He had been working hard for years to get to those games, and a delay hurt. Yet when he got back home to England, he quickly saw the situation mandated a delay. Gunning talks with us about his current "training" in the midst of quaranti…
 
On this week's edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex chats with Detroit News sportswriter Tony Paul about the greed of Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, who was the last NHL owner to announce any compensation for game-day employees, and announced the majority of full-time employees at his food services giant, Delaware North, will be placed on tempora…
 
This week in Kentucky politics, the state legislature still met during the coronavirus pandemic. They passed an emergency bill to help provide some relief to workers and businesses dealing with the virus, and they advanced a slew of other measures. And Kentucky’s 4th district Congressman Thomas Massie received America's ire for threatening to block…
 
It's a crossover episode with comedians Kevin McCaffrey & Adam Mamawala from the Away Games Podcast! This was also supposed to be a 2020 season preview. But because 2020 is...well...2020, we decided to go back to one of the happiest nights of our lives: Game 6 of the 2016 NLCS. The night the Cubs won their first National League Pennant since 1945. …
 
Nurse - https://twitter.com/bbclooknorth/status/1240687667265843202?s=12 Imagine – https://twitter.com/sidetolaufer/status/1240429770137100291?s=12 Covid and Transgnder – Mermaids – New Zealand abortion law - https://righttolife.org.uk/news/nz-pm-rushes-worlds-most-extreme-abortion-law-into-law-while-country-distracted-with-pandemic/?fbclid=IwAR3zm…
 
Hello, Lovelies. The Coronavirus pandemic has the world on edge right now, including pro wrestling. With everything up in the air, Brain Bell decides to take a break from the usual format and spread some positivity by opening up about himself and past experiences, both wrestling and non-wrestling. We'll be back to the regular format next week, but …
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest Ettienne Percy, the founder of 90Something Magnolia, a social enterprise which brings together the intersection of fashion, sustainability and creative entrepreneurship. We speak with Ettienne today about how he envisions his platform to be a tool for aspiring creatives to collaborate and to in…
 
As the IOC decides for the first time in history to postpone the Olympic Summer Games, transgender marathoner Megan Youngren beams up from Alaska, fresh from making history of her own. While she didn't make TeamUSA, she is the first out trans woman in the world to compete in the Olympic trials as a woman, and the first-ever out transgender athlete …
 
Get ready for a special episode featuring Simone Biles and SK-II! Gaby and Allison answer a listener’s question about whether she actually enjoys her feminine presentation or if she’s a victim of societal beauty pressures. They then interview the greatest gymnast of our time, Simone Biles, about SK-II’s Beauty is #NOCOMPETITION campaign, toxic beau…
 
What a time to be re-thinking our work-life balance when many of us are out of work or over-worked due to the global pandemic! Broadway performer LaQuet Sharnell Pringle had made some huge adjustments to figure out life as a new mom who had been booked in a new Broadway musical, just for all of that to be turned on its head this past week. But not …
 
The BBC's History Manager looks back at the national broadcaster's queer coverage; U.S. lawsuits target Trump’s rights rollbacks, a trans attorney is on track for the Cook County bench, Tennessee and Alabama lawmakers move against transgender teens, Ghana’s top imam uses the pandemic to condemn gay people, COVID-19 strikes down LGBTQ events worldwi…
 
Denis Finnegan has been out to family, friends and colleagues for years. Yet the gay 10-time national champion in Ireland is just now ready to come out publicly for all the world to see. We talk with Denis about his journey, what has kept him from talking publicly about being gay, and why drives him today, in 2020, to share his story publicly. It's…
 
On this week's edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex chats with out high school basketball coach and athletic director Anthony Nicodemo about the impact the coronavirus crisis is having on our students and student-athletes. Alex and Anthony talks about how this disaster highlights the inequities in our education system, the challenges it presents for …
 
This week in Kentucky politics, the legislature met amid the growing coronavirus pandemic. Lawmakers rushed to pass a budget and other bills before eventually adjourning for a week. And all of it took place during a lock down of the capitol, with only legislators, essential staff and reporters allowed inside. Donate to support this and future episo…
 
We're giving our listeners a chance to re-listen to one of our favorite 3 Strikes You're Out podcast episodes this week. It's episode number 9, paying tribute to Number 9: The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived, The Splendid Splinter, The Kid, and Ken's favorite baseball legend of all time...Ted Williams. Ken Schultz is joined by comedy pal and leading…
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Aditi Mayer, the creative behind ADIMAY, a sustainable fashion blog exploring the ties between style, sustainability, and social justice. We speak with Aditi today about her work to decolonize fashion and to encourage conscious living so that consumers can make safer, more ethical, and susta…
 
Hello, Lovelies! I hope we're all self-isolating and practicing good social distancing. We're doing that on the show this week while working through all of the ways the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted pro wrestling as a whole and WrestleMania weekend specifically. Patches Chance (Daily DDT) and Daniel Trainor (Same Team podcast) join Brian Bell t…
 
MultimediaLIVE — After having struggled to establish his name and brand in the mainstream music industry for years, a divine intervention moment catapulted DJ Big Sky to huge fame and, looking back, it came just at the right time.If you randomly shout “Kharibibebaba Kharibibebaba” someone is most likely to reply with an enthusiastic loud “Fire!” ri…
 
Lilah Sturges, comic book writer and founder of the TransPizza giveaway campaign on Twitter, joins Dawn and Karleigh this week. While she readily admits she's not a sports fan or an athlete, Lilah is well-known for her work on the popular Lumberjanes series. Surprisingly, she wasn't a fan of comics growing up. Lilah also explains how she started Tr…
 
Allison and Gaby offer advice to a listener now and forever dubbed QUEEN EMILY. No spoilers, but it’s a can’t miss International Question involving an exploding bag of chips! They’re then joined by Cathy Campbell, a University of Virginia nurse who sheds light on the much needed support for our transgender senior citizens. And later, Allison and Ga…
 
The first part of a [4 part?] series, in which Greg and Jacques talk about how Artificial Intelligence is either going to end up killing you, or saving you, or maybe neither of those things. Anyway – it’s certainly going to make a difference to you. Musical interludes, and the intro and outro music, are edits of Soixante-8 by Obsibilo (under Creati…
 
Cyd Zeigler, one of our co-founders, wrote an article about my guest in December. It was the first I heard of Jason Ellis. Since then I have taken in as much as possible. Listen to his show on Sirius XM, listened to his former podcast "High and Dry", read his first book "I'm Awesome" and his most recent "Still Awesome". Like we talk about the first…
 
MultimediaLIVE — TV personality Lalla Hirayama has been in the industry for a young minute and has faced several difficulties but has turned her struggles into wins, with the support of a caring partner.Lalla was first diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in 2015. She told TshisaLIVE that at the time it felt like a death sentence. But sh…
 
Gather your adopted cats, gas up the U-Haul, head over to your best friend's house (who is also your ex), and stay in for the night while listening to this episode about Lesbian Stereotypes! We're joined by the awesome Sarah Hallonquist, an organizer and activist for NYC Dyke Bar Takeover who is well versed in dyke spaces and the reality of what it…
 
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