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You are ENOUGH. You are BEAUTIFUL. You are not broken. You don't need fixing. And as hell, you are not what heteronormative society labels you with. Welcome to Bootstrap Wellbeing In-Queeries podcast. I'm coach Aga and I am a queer wellbeing coach whose passion is to help LGBTQ+ community and a beautiful soul just like you to gain clarity on your thoughts, beliefs and fears so you can design and create the life you truly want and desire. A life that is balanced, abundant, harmonious; one tha ...
 
Queer Queeries is a conversational podcast that aims to CELEBRATE Queer identity by bringing visibility to this incredible community and EDUCATE those within and outside the community about the unique experiences Queer people have in life and what has made us a fearless and fabulous group of people over the course of history. This podcast will cover the gambit of Queer experience and identity: from the process and need for a queer person to “Come Out” to Queer representation in entertainment ...
 
Welcome to Business Queeries, a podcast celebrating the work of the LGBTQIA+ community. Hosted by Amber Fryer, join in and listen to real and empowering conversations, delving into the individuals and businesses contributing to shaping the future of the global queer community everyday.
 
We discuss pop culture by, for, or about women who love women! Erin & Erin will talk about any media related to gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, ace, queer women and nonbinary people. Watch & read along with us as we review your fave WLW content!
 
Your ultimate source for queer music, spotlighting queer (LGBTQIA) musicians and bands. The podcast was created to bring exposure & access to non-mainstream bands, especially those in isolated communities. We are building a network of queer musicians & music lovers. www.homoground.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/homoground. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Happy Hispanic Heritage Month, everyone! We begin our two part series on queer lesbian comedians by talking to the hilarious Veronica Garza, a born and bred Texan tht currently ives in New York. Reach out to Veronica on Instagram: @veros_got_jokes We’d love to hear your feedback on the show. Click on our short survey HERE or on our social media cha…
 
On the Season 2 finale of Queer Queeries, we reflect on what this past season has taught us in terms of creating a foundation for future generations to build on, being an ally v.s being an accomplice, and protecting our joy so that we can continue to fight for true equality. Follow: Qween Jean Sis Ianne Fields Stewart Resources for Further Learning…
 
Welcome back to Series Queeries, Gays! This week we're getting a taste of the magic as we dive into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter! Part one of the two part Harry Potter Series Queeries focuses on Movies 1-4. Follow Justin and Kevin as they break down the first half of the Harry Potter series! Breaking down the storylines, talking wizard crush…
 
On this bonus episode, Andy and Alyssa talk with Daniel of the Black Mass Appeal podcast and Satanic Bay Area about the TV adaptation of Werewolf Skin. They discuss modern Satanism; forgotten side stories; a ton of easter eggs; the real Wolf Creek; guitar riffs; Cube spoilers; double lives; Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth (2009); The Wolfman (1941); T…
 
ONE YEAR! Can you believe? Justin and Kevin look back on the exciting first year of Two Bland Gays! A whole 365 days of these girls gabbing on their mics and LETTING. YOU. HAVE. IT. The gays discuss their favorite moments from the show so far and recap the fun along the way. Justin and Kevin talk Broadway reopening, Dear Evan Hansen as a movie, Jus…
 
We’re back! We talk about what we’ve been up to these past few months, and what we have coming up for fall episodes and guests. We’d love to hear your feedback on the show. Click on our short survey HERE or on our social media channels to provide your thoughts. If you don’t want to fill out the survey, feel free to reach out to us directly at Faceb…
 
This episode kicks off with Tamara trying to blame a baby for being late. Turns out is was less about it being hard saying good bye to a very cute nephew and more about Tamara forgetting things and having to drive further. It was a rough start to the day with Tamara breaking her glasses and then discovering that her car had been egged. Although the…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #60: Werewolf Skin. They talk old-fashioned film cameras & the 21st century; nonsensical schooling choices; next door Hannahs; living trees; nocturnal animals; werewolf found families; bardcore Aerosmith; scary neighbors; The People Under the Stairs (1991); Rear Window (1954); photographers in horror; Arachnophobia (…
 
CW: gore, homicide, homophobia, child death, animal (particularly dog) death, attempted rape It's almost Halloween, so it's time for horror! We talk about the queering of RL Stine's Fear Street franchise in the recent Netflix film trilogy adaptation, from 1994 back to 1666. We enjoyed how the creators handled queer representation in the horror genr…
 
Tamara kicks off this episode a little tired from a fun filled day of babysitting. There were some mixed results with how pleased people were with their dinners. Tamara might be visiting this weekend for some bathroom remodeling. Rheannon is gearing up to make some real progress on the bathroom remodel with or without her. Also, preparing to buy to…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #59: The Haunted School. They talk makeup, bison, strange architectural choices, Welcome to Night Vale, My Friend Dahmer (film, 2017), Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" (1954), the Derry sewer system, Abducted in Plain Sight (2017), cats in horror, Titane (2021), The Wizard of Oz (1939), cultists, Lovecraft Countr…
 
Fall is in the air! This week the gays chat about fall sports, their gay hands, fans of true crime, gay bars and being final girls in horror movies! Justin decides it's time for him to get in on the horror movie game, but DO NOT get it twisted, he has no will to live. Also Pizzahut is the top pizza in the chain pizza business. We said it. Stock up …
 
Rheannon shares about her magical fishing trip and her new found love of dirt roads. Although fish were caught on the trip there were some difficulties running through a river. Tamara is struggling with a packing list and Rheannon does her best to try and help. Tamara has a movie recommendation for Rheannon, but she will probably hate it. One comme…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #58: Deep Trouble II. Along the way, they discuss the lack of frickin’ mermaids; slime trails; the largely landlocked Gooseverse; birth metaphors; frilled sharks; wastebasket taxons; New England fashions; cannibalism; motorboat basements; the International Sea Life Patrol; too-big animals; Arachnophobia (1990); Anaco…
 
"What are specific mental health challenges queer people deal with?" "How can we cope?" "How is the field of social work broken?" "How can we, as a community, take care of each other?" On this final interview of Season 2, I interview healing justice practitioner, licensed clinical social workers and founder and executive director of the National Qu…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #57: My Best Friend is Invisible. Along the way, they discuss the threat of therapy, plot twists, research vs me-search, odd English class projects, molecules, Patrick Swayze, invisible clothes, topiary horror, gaslighting, menacing invisible friends, Daniel Isn't Real (2019), Z (2019), stalkers and manipulative rela…
 
This week's episode has a few extra greetings from John. While Tamara is dog sitting her pup slept through the whole recording. One of the joys of dog sitting next to your parents in shopping at their house and stealing their groceries. Does Rheannon need a toy hauler upgrade? Does Tamara live in bear country? These questions are discussed although…
 
September means it's officially spooky for these Gays! Justin and Kevin reunite after an impromptu mini break (life gets busy, y'all). This week the gays talk the start of Spooky Season, their reintroduction to The Real Housewives franchises, their favorite Housewives, and share tales from their vacations from each other. The notorious limited edit…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #56: The Curse of Camp Cold Lake. Along the way, they discuss suicidal ideation; water sports; buddy systems; body image; growing up awkward; snakes; inept camp counselors; motorboat accidents; haunted summer camps; Return to Sleepaway Camp; Lord of the Flies; putting kids in charge of other kids; female rivalry; Alw…
 
This week's episode kicks off talking about all things Montana. After a five day trip to Montana there were a lot of ups and downs. Tamara still has not caught a fish, but she did manage to get a little bit closer. Rheannon did catch a fish, but she also forged multiple rivers and had to work hard for that fish. Which she then released before anyon…
 
"What is the inspiration for you music?" "How has your queer identity grown through your music?" "Have you dealt with queer-phobia in the music industry?" "How can we make more space for queer recording artists?" On this episode, I interview a singer and songwriter in the hip-hop scene, Niambi Ra (she/her). Growing up, Niambi was always exposed to …
 
This week's episode kicks off with a taste test of different gluten-free chips and donuts. Poor John was scared of the thunder and lightning. Earlier today Tamara had a lot of fun of taking pictures of all the animals. Tamara is very proud of winning one game of nine ball against Rheannon. Playing pool and listening to music on a record player, is …
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #55: The Blob That Ate Everyone. Along the way, they discuss stories within stories, coded trans and neurodivergent characters, strange writing, printers, jump scares, famous first lines, writing horror, tuna, Frankenstein (1818), Paradise Lost (1667), horror about horror writers, In the Mouth of Madness (1994), Stra…
 
"What is activism?" "What is the intersection of art and activism?" "How has social media affected activism and the spread of information?" "How do we all show up for Black lives?" On this episode, I interview Marla Louissaint (she/her), a Haitian-born performer, published model, activist, abolitionist, visionary, and life-long student who is also …
 
This week's episode kicks off with Theresa trying to tell a story while Tamara and Rheannon cannot help but interrupt with questions and tangents. The story eventually explains the trouble of forgetting about a house guest and running to try and hide. It goes downhill fast for sure. Then there is the trouble with boy baby names. Well Rheannon think…
 
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #54: Don't Go to Sleep! They discuss reality police; James Madison; ant attacks; Justin Case; going cuckoo; Anna Karenina (1878); school overcrowding; vanilla pudding; Uncle Andy & Aunt Margaret; the Saw franchise; It’s a Wonderful Life (1946); sleep horror; Nightmare on Elm Street (1984); The Cell (2000); Ruth Gordo…
 
On this bonus episode, Andy and Alyssa talk with podcasters Gary Cruise and Chris Barker of Horror. Cult. Trash. Other. about the TV adaptation of The Phantom of the Auditorium. They discuss effort awards, Stage Fright (1987), Phantom of the Paradise (1974), easter eggs (ft. our favorite prop master), Amber D'Alessio, BBC commercial breaks, coded q…
 
Tamara kicks off the episode by sharing about her productive day, even if it started by sleeping in. A friend might have been surprised that she could even sleep in till 10:00 am. Tamara's heart might have fluttered today trying to transition from a hot laundry room to a freezing cold AC living room. Rheannon has some exciting news of picking up a …
 
CW: lolicon mentions, jealousy and controlling behavior in relationshipsWe got the opportunity to talk about the Kase-san series, a manga with accompanying OVA Anime short. The series is about two high school students, a track star and a socially awkward gardening enthusiast, who fall in love and start to spend their lives together. There was a lot…
 
Andy and Alyssa venture out of the Gooseverse and read Diane Hoh's The Train (a Point Horror book). They discuss inappropriately lighthearted endings, train travel, sociopaths, ceiling cat, trans-coded villains and evil butches, cash on delivery, traveling west, the Donner Party, Zombieland (2009), The Hills Have Eyes (1997), Lovecraft Country (boo…
 
"When did you first see a trans character in performance?" "Why is there such a lack of inclusion of trans performers in theatre?" "How do we hold institutions who have failed and done harm accountable?" "How can we grow?" On this episode, I interview singer, actress, producer, director, writer, activist, and winner of the Human Rights Campaign Vis…
 
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