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Each season, comedian Arielle Isaac Norman tackles one of the culture war’s most controversial subjects, asking a diverse array of guests all the questions you’re not allowed to voice. In these politically non-binary conversations, no question is third rail. Season 1 will cover gender. Logo design by Caleb Sexton, on instagram @foragingforberriesLogo drawing by Katie Stone, @katiestone42. And music by Coleman WIlson.
 
Enbyous is a podcast for those who don't quite fit into gender norms. Lucy, Sam and Alex talk about a range of topics from the perspective of being non-binary and genderfluid. So whether you are outside the binary or just want to understand more we hope you'll enjoy our podcast.
 
What happens when you put 3 LGBT+ people in a remote recording session? We talk about everything under the sun including tv, movies, music, current events, drama, LGBT+ topics, gaming, and more! LGBT+ Family & Games is a nonprofit organization here to create safe spaces for LGBT+ individuals online. So join the fam and enjoy the podcast! Want to put faces to names? Check out our video version of this podcast on YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCNr3VK7_xDOVkJ1ivUEWsUw You can also join u ...
 
Hosted by comedians Ava Smart and Arielle Isaac Norman, Gender Fluids is a podcast based out of Austin, Texas that takes an explicit and unapologetic look into the rarely explored depths of sex and gender. No subject is too far out or third rail for these two queers to discuss. Subscribe to listen in on all the deliciously depraved conversations you'd be fired for having. Not for the faint of heart, weak of mind, or lame of soul!
 
This semi-weekly podcast looks at numerous LGBTQ+ issues and seeks to highlight the wide diversity of those under the LGBTQ+ umbrella. Join us as we converse with artists, politicians, musicians, authors, researchers, and many more! You can listen at https://www.ourqueerexperience.com/ or search for "Our Queer Experience" in your favorite source for podcasts. Let us know your thoughts on our website or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. What's your story?
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
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Jack of All Trades, Master of Many! The only things Elinor has tried so far in their life that they can't do are hula-hooping, arc-welding, and not being themself. In 48 years they have lived a lot of lives, and are currently incarnated as a Programming & Community Engagement Manager for Halifax Public Libraries, among other things. Born and raised…
 
Heather Nova, mother of 3, some of whom are trans-ish, joined Arielle and discussed, among other things: all kindsa people taking hormones, pronoun troubles and ideas, studs, political division, Joe Rogan, gynesexuality, lesbians, exclusion, medicalization, soy boys, autism, and aspergers. Tickets to Off Script on 12/11 at 10pm patreon.com/wqo wron…
 
Sawyer Hannay is a former professional hockey player and current business owner of Country Liberty and Liberty Village from Rexton, New Brunswick. At 16 he left Rexton for Halifax Nova Scotia to play for the Halifax Mooseheads. From there he was drafted to the NHL by the Vancouver Canucks in 2010, played professionally in Europe, Indiana and univer…
 
Briana Corr Scott is an artist and author based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. She tells stories about the beauty of the natural world. She has dedicated herself to painting and drawing from life. Her art and stories are inspired by experiences of drawing objects in nature. Briana works primarily in oil and gouache to make botanical drawings, illustrat…
 
Huwa Okoyomoh is a spoken word poet, professional voice actor, and podcaster from Nigeria, West Africa. She's been writing and performing poetry for six years. She believes that the African stories deserve a microphone as they have been misconstrued by the western media. What better way to introduce the life and culture of the African community tha…
 
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…
 
This is part 2 of my talk with an Israeli dominatrix who lives in Berlin. In addition to the changing definition and potential disappearance of American lesbians, we discussed my leaving the LDS church. If you want to share your thoughts on our discussion and/or support the WQO project, head to wrongqo.substack.com for a free or paid subscription. …
 
An Israeli dominatrix who lives in Berlin joined Arielle for a discussion of the Chappelle special The Closer and the reactions it's caused. They also talked about sex work generally and a client she works with who has transitioned during their time together. For more on her dominatrix life as well as discussion of this episode, and to support the …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Blaire and Arielle discuss identifying as bisexual, pansexual, or queer. Ultimately, it seems Blair is romantically and sexually open and fluid. They also discuss the concepts of femininity and masculinity. This episode is kind of a snippet because we're transitioning to a somewhat different format, where each episode will be focused around one "wr…
 
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…
 
Aaron and Arielle discuss restrooms, sexuality on hormones, Christian upbringings and more. Historical Sex Separation article Special thanks to Coleman Wilson for the music in the episode. patreon.com/wqo Note from Arielle: Sometimes when I discuss the possibility of falling in love with, dating, or having sex with anyone with a penis, I refer to "…
 
Arielle talks about small town pride celebrations, she also tells a story about doing comedy in Birmingham, stuff about going undercover as a boy at an Air BnB, GenderWiki T, & the Fetish of the Week is anesthesia See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
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…
 
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…
 
I sat down with my most recent ex-wife, Katie, to discuss dating someone who goes non-binary after you're already in love. Katie's a woman, born in '85, is from a small town in Texas (a 5th generation Texan!), was raised Baptist, and is attracted to gender non-conforming afabs. In this first half of our convo, we discussed: codependency vs narcissi…
 
Nemo is a self-described "gender-liberated, transgenderish dude" born in '96, and he joined Arielle Isaac Norman to have a candid conversation about his gender journey, sports, testosterone, and questions about gender in society. to hear the beginning of my convo with Nemo, head to patreon.com/wqo for that bonus clip and more, and/or just to suppor…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
Emme Porter DeWitt is an author, advocate, and authenticity coach. Emme's pronouns are they/them/theirs. They are agender and also identify as transgender, non-binary, queer and demisexual. Find out what that means to Emme in this episode. We also talk about how we all have our own unique flavour of humanity, making sense of attractions, the import…
 
Comedian and straight black dude Andre Ricks is asked questions about his sexuality and how he conceives of treating women versus men by Arielle. Editor's Note: Whoopsi-doodle, I thought we were going to split the Andre episode into two parts, but we wound up putting it all into one. It was a whole thing to get this episode put together, so I wante…
 
Victor's pronouns are they/them, and they are non-binary and transgender, as well as pansexual and panromantic. Find out what that means to Victor in this episode. We also talk about identifying vs being, the freedom in expressing yourself, that clothes have no gender, connection to culture, having an awareness of your own mental health, processing…
 
Cindy has been in the Management business for over 20 years. Managing all types of companies and people from Mental Health, to Banking, to Clothing, to Flooring and Fashion! Cindy has been an Entrepreneur since 2011. Currently, she is the Head of Branding & Communications for Labeled Clothing Company, and designer for their Michelle-Rober Fashion l…
 
Matt Damon's stopped saying faggot, and Da Baby said some homophobic shit, Ava got catcalled and liked it, Arielle is switching genders with The Girl, we should all learn to talk about ourselves as different people, sometimes we see some people and think some fucked up things, Gender Wiki S, the Fetish of the Week is armpits! See Privacy Policy at …
 
James Martin, AKA Made By James, is an award-winning brand identity designer, and co-founder of Baby Giant Design Co. He grew up a creative, developed his skills in illustration, became a teacher, then a tattoo apprentice, and now has been in the graphic design world for 15 years. The knowledge and individual outlook he has allows him to thrive in …
 
Greyson, a furry and budding artist, is a trans man, but identifies with wolfgender, which is a xenogender. Greyson uses he/him/himself as well as wolf/wolfs/wolfself pronouns. Find out what that means to Greyson in this episode. We also talk about discovering your identity through playing someone else, separating gender from male/female, man/woman…
 
Saeed El-Darahali is the President and CEO of SimplyCast, a leading provider of self‑service, multi‑channel marketing services empowering small businesses to create, manage and track their own online and offline marketing campaigns. The driving force behind the company, he has helped it grow into a global success with clients in over 175 countries.…
 
Jin Wicked is an artist, illustrator, and writer, on the autism spectrum. Jin's pronouns are they/them, and they are agender and non-binary. Find out what that means to Jin in this episode. We also talk about pushing boundaries, questioning what's normal, seeing the body as a canvas, finding beauty and art in everyday life, discovering being neurod…
 
Karen Ballesteros is a competitive powerlifter, engineering student, and small business owner. She is pursuing a Bachelor's in civil engineering at Dalhousie University and is currently on her co-op work terms. Outside of work and school, you can either find her in the gym lifting heavy weights, training for her next powerlifting competition, or wo…
 
Juno Roche is a writer, campaigner and author of the books Queer Sex, Trans Power and Gender Explorers. Juno's pronouns are they/them, and they are trans and queer. Find out what that means to Juno in this episode. We also talk about being a writer as part of identity, affirming surgeries versus trying to preserve youth, transitioning into transnes…
 
Marsha Gallant is the marketing manager at Upstreet Craft Brewing and Libra non-alcoholic craft beer, a B-Corp-certified beverage company with a mission to refresh the community. When she's not writing marketing plans and creating content, she's a mom of two little balls of energy named Maisie and Peter, and a craft beer enthusiast. She spends her …
 
Beverly Little Thunder is an activist, community leader and teacher, and founder of a non profit organisation that provides a safe space for ceremony for Indigenous LBGTQIA people. Beverly uses she/her pronouns, and she is a Two-Spirit Lakota woman from the Standing Rock Band in North Dakota. Find out more about her story in this episode. We also t…
 
Tops and bottoms, Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles, metrosexual or gay, pretty or handsome, pronouns or not, yin and yang Dale continues answering Arielle's wrong questions about their pretty little genders. Support us: patreon.com/wqo See more from Arielle: linktr.ee/oversharielleBy Arielle Isaac Norman / Dale
 
Scott is from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and is currently living in Kyiv, Ukraine. He is an actor, musician, teacher, and writer. He has an honours BA from Dalhousie University and a Masters of Fine Arts from York University. Scott has acted across Canada, from Victoria to Whitehouse, Toronto, and Halifax. In Ukraine, he teaches Acting Shakespeare and…
 
Nicole Tufts is a dynamic creative visionary best known for her work as the Marketing & Creative Director for award-winning businesses, such as Vandal Doughnuts Inc. and RIOT Snack Bar. Her brands and marketing possess a trademark rebellious nature and a unique ability to capture and direct the collective’s attention. By leveraging pop culture and …
 
Lynn Keiser is a professional in technology and mentor to younger transgender people. Lynn's pronouns are she/her, and she identifies as a transgender woman. Find out what that means to Lynn in this episode. We also talk about how being trans can offer a unique perspective into human psychology, the evolution of relationships and attraction, facets…
 
Kolade Kolawole-Boboye is the Co-founder & Brand Management of LDN Records INC. and team Lead at Hope Blooms. Kolade sees himself as a lifelong learner that wants to build relationships with others, through creative entrepreneurial collaborations. A recipient of the Lieutenant Governor’s Architecture Award for Outstanding Design in Greenhouse, Succ…
 
Ava had to take a shit on the side of the road, if you're gonna catcall do it well, foreskin calamari joint coming to a city near you, Arielle had fun questioning a dude on stage during a show, just fucking roast us already don't be a bitch about it, Gender Wiki Q, the Fetish of the Week is tarot reading. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/pri…
 
Lor is an entrepreneur, author and teacher and uses he/she pronouns. He is non-binary, and intersex – assigned female at birth but genetically male – and she is figuring things out when it comes to gender identities, currently working with the labels demiboy and bigender. Find out what that means to Lor in this episode. In addition to the aforement…
 
T. Thomason is a pop artist living between Halifax and Toronto. T. has impressed fans with his emotional and highly energetic live performances for over a decade at festivals like The Great Escape, FOCUS Wales, Parliament Hill’s Canada Day, POP Montreal, Pride Toronto, Reeperbahn Festival, Canadian Music Week, Milwaukee Summerfest, and more. The le…
 
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