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We get curious about all things gender, sex and sexuality, as well as relationships, feminism (the inclusive kind), mental health and kink, and all that makes us humans unique and diverse. From body positivity to body dysmorphia, it’s all welcome here. Come with us on a journey of inclusion, acceptance and respect.
 
This podcast program, produced by Huntington Northstar Productions of Hyannis, Massachusetts, in collaboration with PFLAG Cape Cod, explores the lives of PFLAG Cape Cod members, including members of the LGBTQ+ community and their families, who have dealt with issues of sexual identity/orientation, gender transition, and social acceptance. Many episodes offer moving and intimate portraits of individuals wrestling with their sexual/gender identity, and the path they have taken toward wholeness ...
 
Lost Spaces explores queer experiences as told through now-closed bars and clubs. Every episode singer/songwriter K Anderson interviews a different member of the community to find out about a venue from their past, the memories they created there and the people that they used to know. Theme song - 'Well Groomed Boys' by K Anderson. Find out more at https://lostspacespodcast.com/
 
The Queenz of Media™ is a provocative and groundbreaking show dedicated to pushing trans-sexual and transgendered issues to the forefront. The hosts Skylar and Grace, pokes, prods, and pushes the buttons of celebrities, activists, and listeners with their unique brand of humor and wit! Please join the Queenz of Media every Sunday night at 1O p.m. eastern.
 
Welcome to On Air With Tasha Jones. Tasha is well known for her roles in adult movies, websites, webcam shows & her new You Tube channel. She has also been doing a blog on her life for many years. This show is a place for her to have a voice. To talk about life's issues, T-girl issues, sex and anything else that "pops" up. Call in, submit questions or just sit back and listen! The show can get naughty
 
TwN Radio is an Internet Radio Station hosting radio shows hosted by members of Transwomen National. Currently, Journey's With Julie will be the first and third Monday of each Monday at 8:00pm Eastern hosted by Julie Millwood and the second and fourth Monday at 8:00pm Eastern will be Prism Radio with Holly Knight as the host. Please feel free to call in live with questions to the hosts or the guests but it might take a few minutes to get to you so please be patient and we will get you on as ...
 
Fat, Trans, Queer Podcast about Queer issues with an emphasis on Music, TV, media, sex, relationships, and ranting. Nonbinary transgender man with no real plan. I make playlists, I rant, I rave, I love and I hate. I also write on my blog-- daily. Check out madaboutit.blog and tune in for podcast episodes as they are available. beckywtghmai@gmail.com @madAboutItMAI https://www.facebook.com/madAboutItMAI @madAboutItMAI https://twitter.com/madAboutItMAI Instagram that I NEVER EVER USE @madAbout ...
 
Learn how to use cannabis to help with your sexual health ailments and desires. With host, Antuanette Gomez, Founder of Pleasure Peaks, featured in Forbes, Elle Magazine, Penthouse and so much more. Join us on a podcast tour in North America featuring patients, doctors and sexual health educators! Tune in for the best sex of your life! Learn More at PleasurePeaks.com
 
Comedy, skits, bits, riffs, n spliffs. The only trans cum-edy podcast hosted by two certified hotties™ - Cayce Fischer and Cecelia Wren. **SEASON ONE** out NOW... we're on break for a bit but keep ur ears to the ground... big things coming SOON SOON SOON!!!
 
What began as a stage show and radio series, The Mighty Boosh has become a hit series on the BBC as well as a very successful live tour and best-selling book. Join the creators, Noel Fielding andJulian Barratt, and other cast members as they discuss their unique creative process, a new direction into film, an upcoming music album, as well as their journeys into the digital world including the creation of their app, The Mighty Decider, now available on the App Store.
 
The Central Valley Alliance of Atheists and Skeptics hosts two different podcast series. "The CVAAS Lecture Series", where guest speakers, lecturers, and CVAAS members speak or debate in public. And the podcast "Rational Horizon", where CVAAS members interview interesting people, discuss skepticism, religious apologetics, and events that impact secular and skeptical people in the San Joaquin Valley.
 
Mic Madness is hosted by GLAMA Award winner, Christian Andreason and OutMusic Nominee, Miss Money. Every Tuesday nite at 8pm (cst), Christian and Money bring "feel good" radio right to you complete with music, news, opinions and God knows what else. Christian has been reaching out to the masses via internet, TV, stage and radio since the debut of his 1991-92 single, "Everybody Else" played on Top 40 radio globally to commemorate World AIDS Day. Billboard Magazine has hailed Christian's music ...
 
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Talea uses any pronouns, and they are agender and metagender. Find out what that means to Talea in this episode. We get philosophical and dig deeper into gender identity, and we talk about the challenges with finding language for something just beyond our grasp, nature vs nurture and what is innate in our identity, and peeling away layers and findi…
 
Doug Crossley is an award-winning writer and artist based in the UK (and - spoiler alert - he also recently won a baking episode of Kirstie's Handmade Christmas which was on Channel 4 over the festive period!). He moved to London in the early 00s to study musical theatre at the infamous BRIT school, and came with a set of preconceptions about the b…
 
Hollis L. is a 25-year-old individual who identifies as both non-binary and transmasculine. That means that, though assigned a designation of female at birth, they don’t fully identify with being a person of either gender. But, in Hollis' case, it does mean they tend to embrace more of a “masculine” identity than a feminine one. In this fascinating…
 
This episode: Politicians hilariously fail to stick us in the wrong prisons! (Can a prison ever be right?) Far right goons are taking blockers to fight COVID. Yes, really. And we talk to writer and researcher Felix Moore about how none of this anti-trans 'feminism' crap is new. References: https://www.whatthetrans.com/ep70/ https://linktr.ee/whatth…
 
Having been an in-demand DJ for the better part of the last 20 years there were a lot of queer spaces that I could have talked about with DJ Dan Murphy, but we decided to go with the venue that gave him his big start all those years ago... And so we're headed back to the early 2000s to talk about Arq, the legendary superclub at the tip of Sydney's …
 
Renée Yoxon is a singer, songwriter, and gender-affirming voice teacher. Renée's pronouns are they/them, and they are non-binary trans. They also identify as maverique and back in the day, genderqueer. Find out what that means to Renée in this episode. We also talk about being who you are right now, bridging the trans and cis experience, how 'passi…
 
Rowan Bombadil is a psychosexual coach and interfaith minister, dedicated to bridging the binaries between sex and spirit. Rowan's pronouns are they/them/their, and they are a genderqueer shapeshifter and sex witch. Find out what that means to Rowan in this episode. We also talk about deconstructing boxes and binaries, the link between gender, sex …
 
Have you ever had someone try to coax you out of the closet by asking the seemingly innocent question 'is there anything you want to tell me?'? Do you remember the anguish and pain of simply muttering the 3 or 4 words needed to just confirm their suspicions? Well, if you have, I have a feeling you'll love this week's episode. I'm talking to comedy …
 
There's nothing quite like a small town gay bar. This week we're catching up with Martin J Dixon, a stand-up comedian who is really into soft core porn and hard core hand holding. He lived in Truro between the ages of 16 and 18, having moved there to live with his grandparents and finish high school. It was here that he snuck in to Eclipse, and had…
 
This week: The BBC did bad so Michelle went to MANY PROTESTS The government's conversion therapy ban doesn't ban conversion therapy? We talk about kink because, you gotta for the 69th episode And Michelle stole an award from a child. References: https://www.whatthetrans.com/ep69/ https://linktr.ee/whatthetrans…
 
Zelda is a performer and magician. Zelda is happy for people to use the pronouns they feel are appropriate. She is intersex and disabled, and refers to herself as trans-adjacent. Find out what that means to Zelda in this episode. We also talk about using fun vs boring as decision-making criteria as opposed to male vs female, having a gender identit…
 
Self confessed pop culture expert Charlie Sayce, creator of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Fans, and host of God Save the Queens, a drag race review show on Glitterbeam Radio, is this week's guest. And he's taking us on a trip back in time to his uni days in Worthing, a small seaside town in the south of England. It was here that he found the only gay bar i…
 
1 December is World Aids Day, an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic. To mark this day on this week's show I'm joined by De'Vannon Hubert, podcaster and author of 'Sex, Drugs, and Jesus', a memoir about his struggles with his HIV+ diagnosis, drug addiction, homelessness, and rejection from his church for his sexual…
 
This week we explain why we were gone so long. But more importantly, we went and talked to a trans man who is stuck in the kafkaesque asylum nightmare in the UK. If you want to know the real story when it comes to how the immigration system treats people...listen to this right now. https://linktr.ee/whatthetrans…
 
Esther Loewen uses she/her pronouns, and she is a transgender woman. She also identifies as a parent, spouse, pastor, professional includer, and queer. Find out what that means to Esther in this episode. We also talk about how coming out is an ongoing process, questions to ask yourself on the gender journey, finding hope in spirituality after traum…
 
So, if you've ever listened to this show before you'll know that I often talk to my guests about straight people in queer spaces... and, for the most part people are not exactly against the idea, but fear that it can compromise the integrity of a space, or... just make it a bit more boring... Well, this week's guest, Gretchen Phillips, has an entir…
 
This week's guest is Reese Williams, host of the Not Another Drag Race Podcast. If you follow me on social media you'll have seen this week that I was the guest on his show, spouting my ill-informed opinions about last week's episode of Drag Race UK, and now it's time to return the favour! Reese grew up in Melbourne's outer suburbs and still rememb…
 
Leonie Dawson is a proudly neurodivergent multi-passionate entrepreneur, author, podcaster, prolific course creator and massive swear bear. Leonie's pronouns are she/they, and they are non-binary. Find out what that means to Leonie in this episode. We also talk about honouring the land we inhabit, the freedom that came from adding a 'they' pronoun …
 
Michael Ryan, who leads the Gay Bars That Are Gone walking tour in NYC, and loves queer spaces as much as I do, is this week's guest. Originally from Augusta, Georgia, he first moved to New York for college, and although he quickly threw himself in to the scene, he wasn't sure what kind of gay he wanted to be... It wasn't until he found Splash, one…
 
The story behind how this week's conversation happened is almost as good as the interview itself! So, you may know this already, but I’m a big fan of Grease 2, which I think is a far superior film to Grease. Having heard me rant about it on a previous episode of the show (see 'Queer as Punk' with Demi Wylde) a follower on twitter, @rnfrw, who is al…
 
No we aren’t dead This week: - Michelle covers the anti-LGB Alliance protest outside their garbage conference! - Pride in Surrey speaks out against transphobic police commissioner! - A trans woman (the hilarious Jen Ives) gets treated like garbage by LGB Alliance randoms! - Michelle chats to the Transgender action block about the importance of prot…
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with Anna Sansom, a writer, author of erotic fiction and also author of the book Desire Lines, which is a combination of memoir, erotica, and an invitation to reflective self-inquiry. Anna's pronouns are she/her. She experiences herself as genderqueer and feels herself to be gender-responsive. Find out what th…
 
One of the big perks of doing this show is that I get to reach out to people I admire with the flimsy excuse that I want to interview them for my podcast, and then get the opportunity to talk one-to-one with them for a few hours... And, this week's guest is very special. Regina Gently, who you may also know as Gentleman Reg, is a singer, songwriter…
 
So, this week is a big week. We've made it to 100 episodes. This is the 100th episode. That's weird, right? Whod've thought we'd make it this far? 100 whole episodes, and we've never been to the city where I grew up.... Adelaide. But, that's all about to change today! I got to sit down with the comedian Lori Bell to talk all about her experiences o…
 
This episode is a slightly different one again; the first of a Listener Questions series. I'm answering a question (or rather, responding to a request) from one of our listeners, Connie, who said "I would love to hear a podcast on the definition of terms used on the podcasts." So here it is! More on www.fiftyshadesofgender.com/listener-questions-1…
 
We're headed back to the lesbian bar! My guest on this week's show, Bobby Macumber, is a comedian, MC and radio host from Melbourne. We caught up to talk about The Glasshouse, one of Melbourne's only lesbian bars, which opened in 1991, and closed in 2011. The Glasshouse was the very first queer bar that Bobby went to with her cricket teammates back…
 
Big Hair. Oil Rigs. BBQs. Beyonce... Yes, this week we're off to Texas! And our tour guide is actor, producer and director Emerson Collins. He's taking us back in time to The Village Station in Dallas, which was the very first gay bar he ever went to. Though he can't remember the songs he heard that night, what he was wearing, or what performances …
 
Brian Belovitch is an author, actor and activist. Brian's pronouns are he/him/his, and he identifies as a cis-gay male of trans experience. Find out what that means to Brian in this episode. We also talk about being different and growing up in the 60s and 70s, looking for validation, living a fantasy life, performing the role of perfect woman, deal…
 
Hayden Winston is a Black, bisexual novelist, poet and activist whose work draws on his experiences as a QPOC and the child of West Indian immigrants. Though he currently lives in Sacramento with his husband Tom, he was born and raised in and around Los Angeles. It was here, in West Hollywood, that he started to explore the queer scene at the 18-an…
 
David Bermudez and Bob Isadore are a same-sex couple who have been together for 47 years. David, a veteran of the Stonewall uprising of 1969, met Bob, in 1974, when the two were both living and working in New York City. At the time, David was a Manhattan-based interior designer. Bob, was an assistant buyer for Saks Fifth Avenue who hailed from Quee…
 
David Bermudez's work on behalf of gay rights has continued since the days of the Stonewall uprising. Listen, as he tells PFLAG Cape Cod's Rick Koonce, about the letter he received in the mail one day, acknowledging his decades of work on behalf of all gay and lesbian Americans. Please click the like button above and leave a review if your favorite…
 
Jen Hartmann is a fashion designer and founder of the trans-positive label Baal Fashion. Jen is pretty much ok with all the traditional pronouns, but prefers he/him. He is non-binary and also identifies as bigender. Find out what that means to Jen in this episode. We also talk about growing up with a very gendered language, being expected to fit in…
 
Simona Castricum is a musician, DJ and producer based in Melbourne, Australia. We caught up to talk about Hugs and Kisses, a night that ran in the 2010s and took advantage of the looser licensing laws that applied to the venue it was based in, which created this wonderful, hedonistic atmosphere reminiscent of the early rave scene. We talked a lot a…
 
Jacob Profitt is a geography teacher. Jacob's pronouns are they/them, and they identify as a gay non-binary person. Find out what that means to Jacob in this episode. We also talk about the freedom that comes with going to university, societal conditioning around masculine and feminine binaries, exploring gender identity through drag, being non-bin…
 
Barb Snelgrove is a radio presenter, inductee in the Canadian Queer Hall of Fame, and owner of megamouthmedia, a boutique media relations firm. She is also a life-long Vancouverite, and has seen the queer scene shift and change since she first started going out as an underage teen. We first caught up to talk about a bar called The Odyssey, but... w…
 
Dorothy Pierre-Louis uses he/him/his pronouns, and his nickname is Thyo (pronounced like Theo). He is non-binary and also uses the labels bigender and trans-masculine, as well as toric and graysexual. Find out what that means to Thyo in this episode. Thyo (pronounced like Theo) is a simple urban animal who resides with his friends in a cozy den in …
 
Alistair Barton is the host of Picking at Perfection, a podcast that aims to explore and break down perfectionist expectations. And this week we're doing something a little bit different - instead of visiting a club we're going to a youth group. Alistair says that the youth group he went to as a teenager gave him a safe space to explore his identit…
 
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