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You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly), who writes, narrates, records and edits each episode. It is a heavily-researched work of creative nonfiction: navigating through conflicting reports, mythology, and institutionalized spin, Karina tries to sort out what really happened behind the ...
 
History is Gay is a podcast that examines the underappreciated and overlooked queer ladies, gents, and gentle-enbies that have always been there in the unexplored corners of history. Because history has never been as straight as you think. Follow us on social media! @historyisgaypod on twitter, historyisgaypodcast on tumblr, and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts!
 
What's your favorite history? Each interview on this podcast begins with this one question. Our guests are people who like history and get really excited about a particular time, place or person from our distant or not so distant past. The jumping off point is the place where our they became curious then entered the rabbit hole into discovery through scholarly research, pop culture, documentaries, other podcasts...We look at history through the filter of other peoples eyes.https://www.buzzsp ...
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020. Want to level ...
 
How can the past help inform today’s most pressing challenges? Every Tuesday, award-winning historians Heather Cox Richardson and Joanne Freeman use their encyclopedic knowledge of US history to bring the past to life. Together, they make sense of the week in news by discussing the people, ideas, and events that got us here today. Now and Then is produced by CAFE and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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Queer Lit

Lena Mattheis

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Queer Lit is a podcast about LGBTQIA+* literature and culture. In each episode, literary studies researcher Lena Mattheis talks to an expert in the field of queer studies. Topics include lesbian literature, inclusive pronouns and language, gay history, trans and non-binary novels, intersectionality and favourite queer films, series or poems. New episode every other week! queerlitpodcast@gmail.com https://lenamattheis.wordpress.com/about/ Twitter: @Lena_Mattheis Instagram: @queerlitpodcast Mu ...
 
Four-quadrant films are movies designed to appeal to the biggest, widest audience possible. In the process, they can often leave out a lot of LGBTQ+ representation – but end up loaded with subtext. In The Queer Quadrant, hosts Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafson examine cinema in all its cultural contexts, and explore why your favorite four-quadrant blockbuster is maybe…not as straight as you think it is.
 
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LeechFest

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LeechFest

Mia Mulder And Raluca (Salem) Munteanu

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We do content about anything that we find interesting that is at the intersection between medicine/ medical science and history, often with a queer/social justice element. Things might get freaky. Support the show: patreon.com/LeechFestPodcast
 
It's the oldest story in the world. Boy realizes he likes boys; boy leaves high-demand queerphobic religion; boy spends the next decade deconstructing and starts learning about the queer history within said religion; boy makes a podcast about it. Join Greg as he learns more about the queer Mormon history that wasn't taught in Sunday School.
 
Author interviews with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer writers of mystery, suspense, and thriller novels. We also give crime genre LGBTQ book recommendations. There are a bevy of genres of queer fiction, most notably gay and lesbian romance novels, but many readers aren't aware LGBTQ fiction includes many outstanding crime writers. If that's you, now you know. Brad Shreve chats with authors to learn who they are as well as touching on their craft. Whether it's gay books, lesbia ...
 
Let's get personal! Since the dawn of time, humans have been desperate for connection. Then we realized we could solicit strangers through the Sunday paper. You’ve heard of Craigslist personals, just imagine the pining and thirst from lonely queers searching for love. Listen as we read and rate personal ads from the ‘70s through today! If you love gay yearning, you’ll love Q4Q!
 
Award-winning screenwriters, consultants, and historians Alex von Tunzelmann and Hannah Grieg are delving deep into historical films. In each episode they talk to an expert about their loves, their hates, and about whether they have what it takes to be a member of the History Film Club See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We're here to discuss everything queer and related to our favorite Sagittarius, Taylor Swift. Unpack all things Gaylor with us: lyrics, queer history, astrology, symbolism, public persona, theories, interpretations, music videos, literature etc. Hosted by two fellow Archers, Katie and Madyson. Support us on Patreon ($5 monthly) for two bonus episodes every month: https://www.patreon.com/thearchers Connect with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheArchersPod
 
Country Queers is a podcast featuring oral history interviews with rural and small-town LGBTQIA2S+ folks. We uplift often unheard stories of rural queer experiences across intersecting layers of identity including race, class, gender identity, age, religion, and occupation. Produced by and for country queers all over, we hope these stories help add more complexity to conversations and ideas about rural spaces and queer communities.
 
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Totally Trans Podcast Network

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Katie Coleman, Henry Giardina, and Ada-Rhodes Short

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In the networks flagship show Searching for the Trans Canon, hosts Katie Coleman (playwright, composer, queer trans woman she/her @katieoflake), Ada-Rhodes Short (activist, engineering academic, and queer trans woman She/her @the_ada_rhodes) and Henry Giardina (writer, critic, trans guy. He/they @punkgroucho) discuss finding trans representation in film, tv, and literature. Twitter & Instagram: @totallytranspod
 
Beau my God is a unique insight into Queer culture, history, and current events, centering around the perspective of a Non-Binary Trans Man. Join Beau (he/they) in their journey to finding themself, including this podcast and an accompanying Vlog that can be found on YouTube, at Beau my God! Find us on Instagram @beaumygodpod, or @beaubrads.
 
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Jeffrey Masters / The Advocate

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Weekly interviews with the most interesting LGBTQ+ people in the world. Recent guests include Laverne Cox, Pete Buttigieg, Roxane Gay, and Brandi Carlile. LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD.
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries. Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! You'll be supporting the unique show you can't get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair
 
Think Queerly is a podcast that empowers LGBTQ2+ thought leadership and creative expression to cultivate inclusion, diversity, understanding, and social change for universal human dignity. On the show, host Darren Stehle (Writer and MindMap Mastery Neuro-Coach) explores queer history, examines social and political issues, and speaks with other LGBTQ+ thought leaders. To make a meaningful difference in the world we need to become the change. Darren offers transformational practices based on b ...
 
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This month Bryan, Christina, and Jules explore the intersection of queer life and incarceration. How has America’s prison-loving penal system shaped our history and present, and how does that experience get channeled—or not—into the culture we make and consume? The hosts are joined by Hugh Ryan, author of the new book The Women’s House of Detention…
 
Here's a little love letter to some of my girls, all of whom happened to have been at the same riot with GIVE 'EM HELL host Will Roscoe & Supervisor Harry Britt. We'll cover that story in episode 3 this Saturday—on the 43rd anniversary of the White Night Riots. On my Patreon bonus podcast, you can listen to a few more points of view from that night…
 
This is the first in a series of episodes highlighting the LGBTQ+ exhibits at the Memphis Museum of Science & History (MoSH). These exhibits are made possible in large part thanks to a grant from the Institute of museum and library services (IMLS) and their presenting sponsor, FedEx. Our guests: Raka Nandi, MoSH Director of Exhibits and Collections…
 
In New York City, in the 20th century, tens of thousands of women and transmasculine people were incarcerated at the so-called "House of D." Author Hugh Ryan says that in many cases, the prisoners were charged with crimes related to gender non-conforming behavior. "Drunkenness, waywardism, disobedience to their parents, being out at night by themse…
 
With his crucial new book, historian Hugh Ryan restores The Women's House of Detention to its rightful place in LGBTQ+ history. "It was one of the Village’s most famous landmarks: a meeting place for locals and a must-see site for adventurous tourists. And for tens of thousands of arrested women and transmasculine people from every corner of the ci…
 
Ep: 119: How risqué was Tales of the City and was there male nudity? This isn't the primary topic but one of the many Bud Gundy discusses with Brad, including Bud's latest novel Inherit the Lightening, and even some history about Alcatraz. Podcast Website: www.queerwritersofcrime.com Sign up for the show's newsletter: https://tinyurl.com/qworcrimen…
 
Writer, musician, and fellow Wilco-head Jason P. Woodbury returns to talk with me about the 20th anniversary of the band’s eerily prophetic album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Our conversation focuses on the process of making the album, as documented in the film I Am Trying to Break Your Heart (dir. Sam Jones, 2002), which captures not only Wilco’s particu…
 
After experiencing a rare kind of stroke, NYT writer Frank Bruni suddenly became blind in his right eye. Doctors told him there was a decent chance the same could happen to his other eye. It forced him to make a decision: He could focus on what had been lost or on what remained. He chose the latter. Bruni's new memoir is The Beauty of Dusk.…
 
As of today, a Black lesbian is now the voice and face of the United States government. Karine Jean-Pierre, the newest White House press secretary, joins us to talk about why there is a place for all of us in politics, no matter what you might think of as the typical background or narrative for a politician. If a queer woman of color who immigrated…
 
How has the federal government limited and protected free speech rights over the course of American history? How have citizens responded when Washington has limited their speech rights? And what can Elon Musk’s commentary on online free speech tell us about the difficult lines between free speech, disinformation, and political power? In this first …
 
In a time of bombastic blockbusters (and Reagan’s re-election), two auteurs defy the norms by releases violent films about sexual obsession, sparking a controversial mini-trend which one critic dubs “Vioporn.” Kathleen Turner, then also starring in a family-friendly blockbuster, plays a sex worker with a double life in Ken Russell’s Crimes of Passi…
 
Ep: 121 Anthony Bidulka discusses why it was time for him to return to crime fiction, his co-founding a leadership retreat for LGBTQ+ youth, and what it's like to have a geographic location named after him. As if that's not enough, somehow the sneaky devil turned the tables on Brad and the guest interviewed the host. Podcast Website: www.queerwrite…
 
For this bonus episode, we're bringing you an interview with esteemed art historian, art director, and curator Barbara Bloemink about her recently published comprehensive biography of turn-of-the-century Modernist painter Florine Stettheimer. Stettheimer, a cousin of Natalie Clifford Barney's, painted the vibrant world of New York between the two w…
 
Anne Marie and Bob are coming to you from Bankside in this first UK mini episode. They recount their favorite history of the day at Borough Market and Mudlarking along the Thames. River Thames: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Thames Southwark: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Borough_of_Southwark Borough Market: https://boroughmarket.org.uk…
 
People have always known that blood plays an integral role in health and disease, and have developed lots of treatments around blood, including bloodletting. However, they quickly figured out that while getting blood out is easy, putting blood back in is a lot more difficult, partly because of the complexity of the circulatory system, because of a …
 
In Projectland: Life in a Lao Socialist Model Village (U Hawaii Press, 2021), anthropologist Holly High combines an engaging first-person narrative of her fieldwork with a political ethnography of Laos, more than forty years after the establishment of the Lao PDR and more than seven decades since socialist ideologues first “liberated” parts of upla…
 
Umbrella Academy was renewed for a 3rd season! We can not wait to meet Viktor Hargreeves played by Elliot Page. We catch up and discuss what new with the Hargreeves, Klaus and Viktor. Lots to love about this show and what it represents since the days of Ellen Degeneres kissing Laura Dern. News BYU Student flashes her pride gown HBO 'Gentlemen Jack'…
 
“It was about the redefinition of queer power in the city.” 🔥 Listen to “Infamous Crimes: The White Night Riot Interviews,” and several other queer history bonus podcasts, on my Patreon at patreon.com/QueerSerial. Thanks for helping me preserve & share queer history! Follow me at @queerserial on Instagram & Twitter for lots of fab queer history fro…
 
Rosie Perez was a dancer on Soul Train, the choreographer for "the Fly Girls," the dancers on the sketch comedy show In Living Color, and she did the now-famous dance in the opening credit sequence of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing. She's now co-starring in the HBO max series The Flight Attendant. We'll talk about her career and how she managed to …
 
A decade ago, Costanzo had surgery that threatened to destroy his singing voice. Now he stars as a gender-fluid Egyptian pharaoh in the Met Opera's production of Philip Glass' Akhnaten. He's a countertenor, meaning he sings in a high range that's associated with women's voices. He knows all about the history of countertenors and their predecessors,…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Hannah Strong (Little White Lies) for 1984's operatic epic (and the second leggiest movie in the-numbers.com's history – ooh!). They talk anachronistic historical pieces and why they rule, how this film inspired the likes of Sofia Coppola, the hit TV program Little Einsteins, religious repression and obsession, and w…
 
On this hot-button episode, host Beau Bradley (He/They) discusses the implications of a the leaked, initial draft supreme court majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito, showing that the U.S. Supreme Court has voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, on the LGBTQIA+ Community. He speaks from the heart on why thisis so dangerous for all folks, especia…
 
In every aspect of how Dax Moy shows up in the world is his desire to help people experience themselves as the version of themselves that they most want to meet. Dax is a coach, educator, mentor, author, public speaker, and strength trainer. He was my coach for a year and a half while I was part of his MindMap Mastery Coach training program. Click …
 
Energy, and who controls it, has emerged as a major issue in Southeast Asia in recent years. Nowhere is this issue more evident than in the Mekong region, where China’s influence on the politics of energy has been steadily on the rise under the umbrella of its Belt and Road Initiative. China’s investments have supported Cambodia in being able to me…
 
Tonlé Sap is one of Southeast Asia’s, if not one of the world’s, natural wonders. Between the dry and wet seasons, the lake expands almost six times in size to cover an area the size of Kuwait. The flows are so strong that the Tonlé Sap river actually reverses course, with water from the lake flowing into the Mekong river. And that means the lake i…
 
Ep: 120 When ReQueered Tales obtained the rights to Grant Michael's Stan Kraychik series, they never expected to come upon an unpublished 7th novel in the series. That novel, Do-Si-Do with Death publishes in May 2022. Ep: 118 Brad has interviewed three of the 2022 Lambda Literary Award nominees for Best LGBTQ Mystery. Now, it's Justene's Turn to sa…
 
This week Justin and I talk about the idea of "fragile capitalism" in the context of the big crypto collapse, Peloton's hilarious demise, baby formula shortages, and other troubling signs of a global economy on the brink. What happens when the forces in control can't keep the lights on? To listen to the whole episode and access our excellent librar…
 
Was Drew Barrymore’s “Ever After” the best version of the Cinderella story? We’re joined by lexicographer Jane Solomon to determine if this 90s body glitter filled movie truly embodies this fairy tale! Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of sexual innuendo, heart attack, death, slavery, violence, gore, murder, abu…
 
School District 28 in Queens, N.Y., has a Northside and a Southside. To put it simply, the Southside is Black and the farther north you go, the fewer Black people you see. But it wasn't always like this. Once the home to two revolutionary experiments in integrated housing, the Southside of the district served as a beacon of interracial cooperation.…
 
This fall, pro-union sentiment in the US rose to 68 percent—the highest it’s been since 1965. We’re living through a major moment for labor organizing, and we have so many questions! How did we get here? Who got us here? And what’s at stake for workers across the country today? Kim Kelly joins Jonathan to discuss the power of collective bargaining,…
 
Merchant co-created the British Office and Extras with Ricky Gervais. His new show, The Outlaws, is about people court-ordered to do community service for low-level crimes. He spoke with producer Sam Briger about what inspired the new series, his best writing advice, and how being very tall (6'7") has informed his personality. Also, jazz critic Kev…
 
Heather and Joanne are off this week, so we’re showcasing an episode from another Vox Media Podcast Network show: “How the 1918 Flu Pandemic Ended,” from The Weeds. Hosts Dara Lind and Dylan Matthews often explore the roots of our current political issues, from healthcare, to immigration, to housing. In this installment, originally aired in January…
 
In this special treat of a minisode, you will get to meet one of the amazing architects of Lesbian Lives: Prof Katherine O’Donnell (University College Dublin), who is herself an activist, artist and academic. Katherine tells me about her research, the rich queer history of Cork, about colonialism and queerness in Ireland, and she reveals Fiona Shaw…
 
While the music video was still in its infancy as a cultural phenomenon, two films were released that were accused of aping the “MTV aesthetic”: Adrian Lyne’s Flashdance, and Risky Business, which turned Tom Cruise into a major star. Today we’ll talk about what the “MTV aesthetic” was and why it was considered a big deal for movies to be influenced…
 
The impending demise of Roe v. Wade occupies our attention this week, as Yasmin narrates some key moments in the wider history of abortion politics over the last 50 years. We survey the racial and class dimensions of abortion access, reel at the scourge of liberal feminism, and gossip about the evil pro-life “Catholic socialists” lurking amongst us…
 
Gender Trap is an all-new podcast series with me (David Parsons) and Yasmin Nair attempting to move the conversation forward on gender and sexuality in politics, economics, and popular culture. In our inaugural episode, we explore the different modes of performative masculinity available to American men, from Alan Alda to Jason Momoa, explain why M…
 
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