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From the time of the first homo-sapiens until today, the LGBT lifestyle has existed, whether in the underground or in mainstream culture. It makes no difference whether you are from the LGBT community or simply interested in it - this podcast is Straight Friendly. We will talk and learn about the LGBT history, culture and lifestyle; and host the most significant and colorful scholars, key figures and people in the LGBT communities.
 
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Hannah Safran is an Israeli feminist, activist, and researcher. She is one of the founders of the Coalition of Women for Peace and Women in Black.In this episode, we will be talking about so many aspects of feminism - and only with the regular academic western perspective. We will discover the stories behind different feminist movements and their i…
 
Poland has been mentioned so many times in recent news, because of the "LGBT Free Zones" - municipalities and regions of Poland that have declared themselves unwelcoming of an alleged "LGBT ideology", in order to ban equality marches and other LGBT events.We have interviewed the activist Filip Pawlak, that participated in some demonstrations called…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about a very important subject, which is very close to my heart. In this episode, we will be talking with and about transgender people. Transgender people have a gender identity or gender expression that differs from the sex that they were assigned at birth. Being transgender is not necessarily have anything to…
 
In this episode, we're going to talk about one of the biggest countries in the world, and probably with one of the hugest communities there.We all probably know that it is not really easy to be a part of the LGBTQ community in Russia these days. But we do not always know just how hard it is.We are happy to host this episode on one of the most activ…
 
The LGBT community in Turkey used to have one of the biggest pride parades in the region, but in recent years political changes have affected the community directly. It is no longer legal to organize the pride parade and other events, and the country has even stopped participating in the Eurovision Song Contest due to Conchita’s win. Yet life goes …
 
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