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Every month Gentleman Junky Jack interviews a member of the secret and silent minorities that surround us. Bisexuals, transsexuals, sex workers, self styled perverts, and other voyagers at the limits of experience. There is a vibrant underground of sexual and spiritual minorities that most people are never privileged to know. Jack will be your guide and interlocutor for this tour of the more amusing, amazing, and occasionally grubby regions of the underworld.
 
A safe space for gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, asexual and pansexual souls (of all ages) along with their family, friends and allies to talk about whatever needs to be talked about. To be on this show, email soul.dancer@yahoo.com. In your email, share what you want to talk about.
 
A weekly advice podcast focused on love, dating, sex, and more hosted by Ryan Meier - noted Aromantic Asexual. Each week, he does his best to answer listener submitted questions about their dating and sex problems through the lens of an aroace person, with some other segments along the way. New episodes every Monday! Artwork by Jamie, @raccoonhearted on Twitter. Music by @hotfudgesomeday on Twitter as well. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acedit/support
 
Remember “good conversation?” Remember what it was like to speak freely, to talk about complicated and sometimes controversial subjects with people who wouldn’t twist your words or insist that certain topics are off-limits? Remember when healthy disagreement was considered not threatening or unsafe but actually healthy? Author, essayist and journalist Meghan Daum has spent decades giving voice—and bringing nuance, humor and surprising perspectives—to things that lots of people are thinking b ...
 
ABOUT T-TIME with JOSHUA D. LAMBERTT-Time with Joshua D. Lambert is an upcoming weekly podcast that focuses on transgender-related subjects. From laws concerning transgender people to dealing with certain aspects of a gender transition, the topics to be discussed are plentiful. Although based in a small New Hampshire city, Lambert aims to take on and talk about transgender issues from all around the world. Once the podcast has been up for a few weeks, he hopes to open a subscription based se ...
 
Four underqualified gamers and a robot gather inside a closet to talk gaming news and industry topics, give first impressions on games, and compete for worthless prizes. Occasionally there are some explosions or really bad chili farts. Send us suggestions, topics and hate mail! http://yolo420.com/emailus
 
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Salió "Aquí me pongo a contar", un mini podcast con lecturas de fragmentos de libros y poesía de autorxs LGTBI. Un espacio para dejarte llevar por las palabras. En este episodio, "¿Qué se siente al ser transexual? Un poema" de Lee Mokobe. Nos lo cuenta Gustavo Pecoraro. Otra producción de El Vahído. Anchor: https://anchor.fm/el-vahido-podcast/episo…
 
Si no empezamos analizando (y riéndonos) de la masculinidad hegemónica, no podríamos hacer este podcast. ¿Por qué los hombres las seguimos? ¿Que beneficios nos da? ¿Tiene costos para nosotros? Esto es onvres, un podcast para ampliar y repensar las masculinidades. ¿Nos quejamos de los onvres con marco teórico? Tal vez. Somos @nickogranatto y @carlaf…
 
Science writer Tom Chivers is the author of How To Read Numbers: A Guide To Statistics In The News (And Knowing When to Trust Them) which he co-wrote with his cousin, the economist David Chivers. He came to Meghan’s attention recently because of an article he wrote for the British publication, UnHerd, where he serves as science editor. That article…
 
Approximately 554,000 Americans experienced homelessness last year, and over half of were in California. In Los Angeles County alone, 66,000 people were unhoused in 2020, a 16 percent increase from the previous year. Shawn Pleasants is an advocate for the homeless in Los Angeles who often speaks about policy issues and ideas for addressing the cris…
 
Critical Race Theory, or CRT, is everywhere all of a sudden. Having made its way from academia to K-12 education, it came to the attention of the Trump Administration last year and quickly became a bogeyman of the political right. From there, state legislatures began crafting bills that would ban the "divisive concepts" allegedly embedded in CRT-ba…
 
This week's episode is a little different. Meghan's two guests appear anonymously and speak about their sons' struggles with gender dysphoria and subsequent desires to transition into females. Calling themselves Jolene and Marie, they explain why they're wary of the "affirmative" model of care, which operates from an assumption that even very young…
 
Playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Paul Rudnick is one of the most celebrated humorists of his generation. From his 1993 breakout off-Broadway hit play, Jeffrey to Broadway hits like I Hate Hamlet and screenplays for films like In and Out, Addams Family Values and Sister Act, Paul is a master of not just the quippy one-liner but also deeply rea…
 
Novelist Lionel Shriver is known for placing social topics (sometimes radioactive ones) inside the frame of fiction. Her 2003 novel, We Need To Talk About Kevin, which won the Orange Prize for Fiction and was made into a 2011 film starring Tilda Swinton, was told from the perspective of a mother whose son commits a school shooting akin to the Colum…
 
One sure way to lose a popularity contest is to fight for the rights of convicted sex offenders. But The National Sex Offender Registry, which was established during an era of panic over crime and child danger, has come with a host of unintended consequences. Sociologist Emily Horowitz is one of a handful of academics and researchers who speaking o…
 
El 7 de junio no sólo es el día del periodista, es el cumpleaños de nuestra entrevistada y se cumplen 15 años de la primera salida al aire de Y se reía como loca por FM La Tribu. Hoy nos vamos de paseo con Claudia Puyó, un paseo musical por sus discos desde el primero a mediados de los 80 hasta lo que va a venir próximamente, pasamos por España y r…
 
Libby Emmons now works mainly as a journalist, writing articles about ideological divides in culture and politics for places like Quilllette, The Federalist and The Spectator, and serving as editor of the conservative Canadian news magazine The Post Millennial. But before she entered the sphere of public debate about the news, Libby was in the thea…
 
Buck Angel is an entrepreneur and a speaker and educator about transgender issues, particularly issues related to trans healthcare. Now in his late 50s, he transitioned from female to male in his late 20s and has more recently became a controversial figure in certain corners of the trans community. He talked with Meghan about why he's so controvers…
 
Salió "Aquí me pongo a contar", un mini podcast con lecturas de fragmentos de libros y poesía de autorxs LGTBI. Un espacio para dejarte llevar por las palabras. En este episodio, "Cómo desaparecer completamente (y nunca volver a ser encontrado)" de Martín Villagarcía. Nos lo cuenta Gustavo Pecoraro. Otra producción de El Vahído.…
 
En un nuevo El Vahído Especial Elecciones Chile, entrevistamos a Erika Montesinos, periodista, activista lesbiana y feminista, fundadora de la Agrupación Lésbica Rompiendo el Silencio. Hablamos sobre el gran triunfo de la izquierda y el progresismo en las elecciones a Constituyente, en gobernaciones, alcaldías y concejalías. Del gran desempeño del …
 
Jean Hanff Korelitz is the author of many novels, including You Should Have Known, which became the basis for last fall's hit HBO limited series The Undoing, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. Her brand new novel, The Plot, is a literary suspense thriller about a struggling writer who stumbles upon what by all accounts is the greatest story eve…
 
Hoy día Mundial contra la Discriminación por Orientación Sexual y/o Identidad de Género, nos preguntamos qué significa su conmemoración. Para ellos, testimonios de activistas LGTBI de diferentes países del mundo y de la Argentina. También nuestras voces. Porque el grito de basta de homolesbotransbiodio es mundial…
 
You've probably noticed more buzz than usual lately about anti-racism training modules in schools and workplaces. Often referred to as DEI or Diversity Equity and Inclusion, this framework has turned into a big business, with concepts like "white fragility" and "black despair" sometimes weaponized in the name of fighting inequality. Amid the swirl …
 
For most of her career, University of Sussex Professor of Philosophy Kathleen Stock was known primarily as a scholar on philosophical questions related to fiction and the concept of imagination. But in 2018, she began to speak and write about the issue of gender identity. Among her questions were why her philosophy colleagues were so reluctant to d…
 
El 4 de mayo se realizaron elecciones en la Comunidad de Madrid con un amplio triunfo de la derecha que cuenta con el apoyo de la ultraderecha. ¿Se extrapolan estos resultados a la Argentina? ¿Qué significa este avance reaccionario en Europa? ¿Qué pasó con la izquierda y el progresismo?. Un análisis profundo con nuestro columnista de política inter…
 
John McWhorter teaches linguistics and music history at Columbia University, is the author of more than 20 books, a contributor to The Atlantic and the host of the Slate podcast Lexicon Valley. If you're a fan of The Unspeakable, you may know John best from his commentary around issues of race. Since 2007, he has been in regular conversation with e…
 
Heather Havrilesky is the popular and beloved creator of the "Ask Polly" advice column, which she has just moved to Substack after a long run in New York Magazine. Meghan invited Heather onto the podcast to talk about the legacy of "Ask Polly," the creation of Polly's alter ego in the advice giving world, "Ask Molly," and about how she came to be a…
 
Yasmine Mohammad is an author and human rights activist, advocating for the rights of those living under religious extremism. You wouldn't think that would be controversial, but the extremism she focuses on is Islamic extremism, specifically the fundamentalism that has arisen in the Islamic world over the last several decades and imposed draconian …
 
Jesse Singal's new book The Quick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can't Cure Our Social Ills, challenges many long held assumptions about society and human behavior: for instance the myth of the super predator, the so-called "power pose," the use of positive psychology in the military, even the concept of implicit bias. We've come to take these ideas as tr…
 
Time Magazine columnist for 20 years, Joel Stein is known for his humorous, irreverent and often deadpan inquiries into American life and social politics. His latest book is In Defense of Elitism: Why I'm Better Than You and You're Better Than Someone Who Didn't Buy This Book, which despite the subtitle, is a serious minded, though also quite funny…
 
If you've been following the seemingly endless battles on college campuses over free speech, you may have noticed that professors are a frequent target of censorship and complaint. Sometimes this because students object to curriculum and sometimes the infraction is as trivial as a professor sending a a "problematic" tweet. The recently launched Aca…
 
Writer, comedian and popular podcaster and YouTuber Bridget Phetasy is known her her uniquely astute analysis of the news of the day - and also her views on what shouldn't be news. In this conversation, sparked by recent remarks from the comedian Sarah Silverman, Bridget and Meghan talk about what's happened to comedy in the age of (often manufactu…
 
A conservative who has always been an outspoken critic of Donald Trump, New York Times op-ed columnist Bret Stephens often manages to annoy his would-be allies on the right while consistently inflaming Times readers who are on the left. In this conversation, Bret and Meghan compare notes on how column writing has changed over the last decade and pa…
 
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