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Tired of being labeled racist, sexist, homophobic, and even transphobic for no reason? Feeling guilt or shame for not accepting this “new normal” as gospel? Concerned that skin color, gender, and sexual orientation have superseded merit and hard work? Well, you’re not alone- twice a week Chad Law will filter the garbage and present the truth. As a gay man and successful entrepreneur, Chad will destroy political stereotypes and exploitation the left uses for personal gain. You’ll learn, laugh ...
 
Coach Maddox, host of The Authentic Gay Man Podcast, reveals why so many gay men experience loneliness and isolation and the steps they can take, so they can create deep meaningful friendships that help them experience a profound sense of belonging and community. If you have ever felt like you were on the outside looking in, you’re not alone. It's a common theme among gay men. Maybe you are wondering what it means to be an Authentic Gay Man? Maddox engages his guests in honest and raw conver ...
 
The Gay Florida Man podcast where retired corrections Officer Mark DeWolfe talks about Corrections, gay culture, and entertainment! The Gay Florida Man Podcast is hosted by retired Corrections Officer and horror movie fanatic Mark DeWolfe. Each week we discuss various topics involving prison and corrections, gay culture, as well as arts and entertainment! Just like life on the inside, each week offers insane stories and experiences from 20 years of prison, horror conventions, and gay life. w ...
 
This is a story of my journey from married man with three sons, involved in ministry in the NW, to my current life as a gay man in Palm Springs, CA. I weave in interesting interviews with amazing people whom I've met along the way. Life is fascinating, it's a gift and it's always leading me down new roads to explore! It's stunning for me to look back on my adult life and to see the changes that have taken place- from a closed minded, judgmental, very unhappy man to the energized, open minded ...
 
I'm your host, Trevor Maxwell. I'm a stage IV colon cancer survivor, and I've got a message for other men: You don't have to go through cancer alone. Every week on the Man Up to Cancer podcast, you can expect raw, unfiltered conversations about men, cancer, and our experiences. My guests will be other patients, survivors, advocates, and friends from #cancerland. We'll tackle the topics of grief, pain, and the physical suck-fest of cancer. But .. PLOT TWIST.. we're also going to joke, laugh, ...
 
Dean Croll talks about his life and overcoming same-sex domestic partner abuse. How he survived a narcissistic relationship and dating as a 50+ gay man. LGBTQ+ domestic partner abuse is not addressed enough in the gay community. Often you feel lost and left out. You feel alone and don't know what to do. This podcast wants to give you hope so you can be a survivor of abuse. You are not alone. There is help out there.
 
An investigative history podcast with a focus on queer & women’s history. Each season, we explore a different corner of history, using literary works or historical figures as a starting point to discuss a broader story of erasure of people with marginalized identities. In our second season, we bring you a high-seas adventure full of surprises as we uncover the history of women and queer pirates. Gay love and even marriage were more common in the 17th-century world of pirates than we might ex ...
 
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I'm Grand Mam

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I'm Grand Mam

Kevin Twomey and PJ Kirby

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Two lads, originally from Cork in Ireland and now living in London, have a cuppa and catch up each week while exploring the collective life landmarks that accompany growing up gay in the world today. Join Kevin and PJ as they navigate their way through gay London and immerse themselves in the virtues and vices of the city whilst battling with the internal shared struggle that every Irish gay man deals with when living away from home - ‘what would mam think?’ Follow us on Instagram and Twitte ...
 
HomoLicious: An Odd Pod ™ is a queer comedy podcast exploring trends, gripes, oddities, while celebrating the gay lifestyle. The show is a laughter filled improvised free-for-all, serving comedic weekly wanderings of uncensored conversation, commentary, and banter, occasionally featuring fabulous and obscure guests in a whimsical variety show. It’s just as queer as it needs to be. It’s an impulsive, no-holds-barred audio journey. HomoLicious: An Odd Pod™ is delectable drollery with comedy fi ...
 
Hi everyone! Welcome to the straight way to the gay mind. A podcast all about the unconventional mutual friendship between a flaming hot gay boi and the average Joe. Follow and/or subscribe to our podcast to get notified on new episodes coming out! We post every Wednesday. And if you like what you hear give us a five-star review! Enjoy!Artwork by Ayla
 
Do you have a child, teen, or young adult who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or any other beautiful sexual orientation or gender identity? Do you feel alone in your effort to support them on their journey or navigate your own? Heather Hester from Chrysalis Mama is here to transform the conversation around loving and raising an LGBTQIA+ teenager. In the five+ years since her son embraced his sexual orientation as a young gay man, Heather and her family have felt eve ...
 
Join Dan as he dabbles in babble about travel, leisure, lifestyle and culture. Joined by exciting guests from bronze medal olympic gymnasts to stand-up comedians, Dan's Dabble in Babble is an eclectic podcast that explores life through the lens of a gay man in his late twenties as he navigates life in the Tampa Bay region. A trained chemist now working in the education field, Dan provides his perspective on today's culture. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dabbleinbabble/support
 
First, there was 'Dating for Dummies', then, there was 'Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus', now...behold! The Gay Man's Guide! Each episode will feature current news relevant to the LGBT community, as well as hot topic discussions, interviews, special guests, and Reann Ballslee's Consumer Product Report (and that's just the tip of the proverbial iceberg, hunties!)
 
Hello- I am one gay man, who is fascinated by the world. I enjoy talking about topics not found in the mainstream discussion. I am going to talk about news, reviews and LGBT/straight. I also have a masters degree and have written many essays and taken many comprehensive exams. I feel to have alot to talk about and contribute to the podcast world. Also bring in guest speakers and have round table conversation. Let the Discussions Begin
 
iamMathura: Gay Life, Guests and Fairy Tales is an LGBTQ+ Podcast hosted by creator Mathura Hawley. Each episode features a mix of commentary, interviews and storytelling from Mathura and guests who share in the ongoing search for truth and light. Mathura’s journey as a gay man began in the 1980’s. He offers his perspective as a survivor of child abuse, body image, bi and gay marriage, HIV, sexual assault and the straight corporate world. His own stories begin in the queer scene of old New Y ...
 
The Becket Cook Show was created by Becket Cook to discuss relevant topics and to crush the lies of culture with truth. Becket Cook was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. After graduating from college, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of writing and acting, finding success in both. He eventually became a production designer working on fashion shoots for brands such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Gap, L'Oréal Paris, and Nike. Becket lived as a gay man until 2009, when he reluctantly agr ...
 
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SciCurious

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Brynley Pearlstone

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Scientists have a bit of a reputation as a "straight man", dry humour, poor people skills, and very serious. But not every scientist is a straight man! Through SciCurious, get to know the queerer side of science, as I interview LGBTQ+ researches in STEM, and highlight the work they do in advancing science. I'm your host, Dr. Brynley Pearlstone, and I'm a triple threat; I'm a gay man, I have a Ph.D in Astrophysics, and now, I'm a podcaster! Join me each month as I talk with LGBTQ+ people in S ...
 
Spooky Tuesday is a weekly horror movie podcast hosted by three girls who love fake blood, making everything gay, and Matthew Lillard! We’re breaking down all of our favorite slashers, thrillers, monster movies, and black comedies on the new scariest day of the week. Hosted by Monica Heidt, Chelsea Duff and Sydney Thompson. Follow Spooky Tuesday (@spooky_tuesday) on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!
 
This podcast is all about life through the lens of a proud gay black man. I am here to talk, analyze, debate and just have fun. I’m finally starting my path to my dream and I want you all to share it with me 😊 Cover art photo provided by Michelle Harding Contact me for contributions, questions, feedback, booking, and more: lifestylegbb@gmail.com
 
I’m a 34-year-old spontaneous, lively and proud gay man from the countryside Concordia Namaqualand with big dreams. My passion for the media stems from childhood where I could have always been seen with my mother’s wooden spoon in my eyes at that time a 'mike' in hand presenting my own ‘show’. I’m currently a radio personality at Namaqualand's largest radio station Radio NFM 98.1, trying to create as much awareness as possible around LGBTQI + issues. I live in a small town and want to be an ...
 
Buckle up Sodomites! The Sinister Sissies Podcast is your gateway to gay true crime, homoerotic horror and all things man-on-man and macabre! Support this show at http://supporter.acast.com/sinister-sissies Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/sinister-sissies. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Author, K.A. Simpson, brings his stories to life. Each week, listen as K.A. reads from his first self-published book, Chronicles of a Boy Misunderstood, an eye-opening look into the life of three Black gay men. The stories of each speaks freely about what it was like growing up as a black gay man and how those experiences dictate how hard and long we love.
 
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My guest, Berend McKenzie grew up in a home with adoptive parents that taught him to lie at an early age, in order to make the family look good. When his lies didn't measure up, he was physically abused. Berend experienced his life as so painful that he made his first unsuccessful suicide attempt, while in the third grade. He set the house on fire …
 
Today on the Man Up to Cancer Podcast! Meet my friend Chris Taylor from Albany, Georgia. Chris was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2010, and he has gone through multiple radiation and chemotherapy treatments. He is a beloved member of the Man Up to Cancer community, and is one of 18 Wolfpack Leaders from across North America. Chris is a U.…
 
In this episode Joe and Kota go over what an ally means. What an ally means to Joe. And do you have to be straight to be titled an ally? We also learn that Joe bought his first products from Sephora?! Tune and give us topics you'd like for us to talk about in future episodes. Contact us at: thestraightwaytothegaymind@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter:…
 
Bill Kavanagh, LMFT Author of “Keep Your Fork; Something Sweet is Coming” Bill was determined to dedicate his future towards helping others discover the path of healing that he had personally discovered after a life of extreme highs and lows. Today, his writings and therapy techniques are focused on creative methods of dealing with the challenges t…
 
In June 1973, the nightclub Pacha opened in Ibiza. Other clubs with the capacity to fit thousands of people on the dancefloor opened in the years after, turning Ibiza into a destination for music and party lovers from around the world. Vicky Carter speaks to Carlos Martorell who organised Pacha’s opening party and Francis Van Orden, a Dutch hippy w…
 
Support The Becket Cook Show on Patreon! In today’s episode, Becket chats with Hollywood make-up artist, Annie Ing. We talk about how we met on the set of a fashion shoot in Los Angeles where I invited her to my church. She was reticent because of an abortion she had when she was 25 years old, but eventually came with me. We get to hear how God mov…
 
Twenty five years ago in Indonesia, some of the worst forest fires in history devastated the environment and resulted in a smog which engulfed South East Asia for months. The fires, which were set deliberately, burned out of control for months. Mesdiono Matali Samad, known as Memes, worked on the Indonesian Red Cross relief effort helping people in…
 
Join Joe and Kota in the conversation into the paranormal. They discuss video games, real stories that scare them, and the kid stories you tell around a campfire. Of course, that conversations lead to Moses and magic! Come take a listen as we walk you down the scary path to the after dark movie specials! Contact us at: thestraightwaytothegaymind@gm…
 
From an article by Max Berlinger in Vogue Runway: "Some designers create for fantasy, some designers create for reality, and then there’s Rio Uribe of Gypsy Sport, who doesn’t bother differentiating between the two. In fact, that blurring of the lines is a hallmark of his brand, which draws deeply on the Chicano American experience and then filters…
 
The news has been non-stop lately, and we will do multi-story episodes with so much to cover. The top news covered in this episode includes GOP and DNC poll numbers, a review of Pelosi's aftermath in Asia, and the LGBTQ community taking grooming to new heights.By The Last Gay Conservative
 
This episode I talk about gay dating apps. The pros and cons, patterns I've observed and the idea of masculine for masculine. I think probably the most important thing to talk about regarding dating apps is mental health. Are they doing more harm than good and what are the outcomes? I quote from two research papers during this episode. Links are be…
 
I have been thinking about curiosity and in today’s solo episode, I share with you some of the provoking thoughts I have been having. Curiosity is a wonderful tool to use in conversations with others that helps remove judgment of self and others. By bringing curiosity to the conversation, we can quiet the judgmental voice and really listen and hear…
 
Sweden has a long history of championing LGBTQ+ rights. But campaigners spent years battling to get the gender-neutral personal pronoun ‘hen’ included in Swedish dictionaries. The word was finally added in 2015. Maddy Savage spoke to Nasim Aghili from the "queer" art collective Ful, which rallied to get the word recognised. This is a Bespoken Media…
 
Who knew that sitting in the very first row could actually enhance the movie going experience? When it comes to Jordan Peele’s latest blockbuster horror, a seat that forces you to tilt your head all the way back is actually pretty on theme — and, as it turns out, our recent line up has been pretty on theme, too. On a new episode of Spooky Tuesday, …
 
In this conversation with Justine we talk about the three different times she had to come out to her traditional, catholic, Philippino American family. We also discuss dating in the queer community and pursuing your dreams despite the non-traditional path. Finally we speak on love and boundaries. Following what feels good and having it all because …
 
In this solo babble, Dan talks about the joys of a new coffee maker, the obnoxiousness of educator TikTok, but most importantly, he talks about an enchanting weekend in the Hostess City of the South: Savannah, Georgia! Staying in the beautiful Ballastone Inn, Dan takes you through excellent food at Elisabeth's on 37th, The Olde Pink House, and more…
 
In this podcast episode, Eddie discusses what circumstances in his life brought him to the place he is today. It's an interesting and poignant story of this father of eight, now living his best gay life in Palm Springs. Bonus: He reveals why he wears a cape while dancing each week at Oscar's Sunday Tea dance, and what the cape symbolizes. And Eddi …
 
my friend and friend to the show MAAN rides shotgun this week... - thoughts and prayers for Brittney Griner - RENAISSANCE - track by track review - Kelis caught out there - The Diane vs The Dream - much more... follow MAAN on the Twitter @MR___MAAN and IG @selfstandard follow me and the pod on Twitter @lou_m_cypher and@HIRTCshow --- Support this po…
 
93: Owen Keehnen, Chicago gay bar historian, recalls some of Chicago's iconic gay bars as well as a couple that had an impact on his personal evolution in the gay world. #gaybarchives #ilovegaybars #lgbthistory Find more segments at tv.GayBarchives.com #gayCHICAGO #pridemonth GayBarchives = Gay + Bar + Archives…
 
In a selfish quest for what one could only describe as a media attention grab, Pelosi stopped in Taiwan, putting us, the Taiwanese, and the entire southwestern part of the world at risk. Only a lifetime liberal congresswoman like Nancy Pelosi would risk so much to gain so little. After repeated requests went unanswered from the White House, Preside…
 
When President Yoweri Museveni came to power in 1986, he encouraged exiled Asians to return to Uganda and reclaim their homes and businesses to help rebuild the country.The economy had collapsed under the dictator Idi Amin after he expelled the Asian population in 1972.Dr Mumtaz Kassam went back to Uganda years after arriving in the UK as a refugee…
 
Support The Becket Cook Show on Patreon! In today’s episode, Becket chats with Pastor Tim Chaddick about the day Becket was saved during Tim’s sermon in 2009. We get to hear the dramatic story of how Tim came to faith in Christ when he was 19 years old. We reminisce about our meeting in the coffee shop the week before I got saved. We also look back…
 
Thousands of Asians who were expelled from Uganda in 1972, settled in the UK and many made Leicester their home.Their arrival in the East Midlands helped to shape its identity and now Leicester plays host to the largest Diwali celebrations outside of India.Nisha Popat was nine-years-old when she arrived in the city with her family who later opened …
 
Joe and Kota talk about the lack of representation in a lot of mainstream media and their thoughts on how to change the narrative. As usual the topic isn't always talked about 100% of the time and you always get to learn a bit more about Joe and Kota. So, sit back and let them drive with you to work while you listen. Contact us at: thestraightwayto…
 
In 1972, the dictator Idi Amin announced that all Asians had just 90 days to leave Uganda.Teacher Nurdin Dawood, who had a young family, didn't at first believe that Amin was serious.But soon he was desperately searching for a new country to call home. Farhana Dawood spoke to her father Nurdin Dawood in 2011.This programme contains descriptions of …
 
I met Anthony some time ago. He was an Airbnb guest at my place in Palm Springs. He made the decision at a birthday party that his coworkers had thrown for him. He just couldn't spend the rest of his life in that corporate job . So he carefully made plans for his exit strategy and then began a journey to discover parts of the world that he hadn't s…
 
90: Marshall Shore [aka the Hip Historian] recounts some of his memories of gay bars from Phoenix. #gaybarchives Exploring Gay History One Bar at a Time! #ilovegaybars GayBarchives = Gay + Bar + Archives #lgbthistory Find more segments at tv.GayBarchives.com #pridemonth
 
Many South Asians migrated to Kenya in the early 20th century. They lived in a society divided by race and experienced discrimination from the white rulers, and after Independence, from black Kenyans too. Saleem Sheikh’s parents fled South Asia for Kenya to escape the violence of partition. His family joined a thriving Asian community there. But, t…
 
We’d like to tell you we don’t spend our entire Tremors (1990) episode talking about a single mom who works two jobs (who loves her kids and never stops), but if we did, we’d be lying. On our latest episode of Spooky Tuesday, we may have gotten a little swept up in the hype of a certain country music star turned silver screen siren. That said, we d…
 
Jeremy Long's story starts with a family that didn't know how to validate or love him. He intentionally mimicked one of the characters in "Queer As Folk", when he was only 16. An addiction to drugs and all the chaos that went along with it, landed Jeremy in rehab, not once, but twice before he had his transformational moment. Jeremy finally told hi…
 
In this episode Joe and Kota talk about the differences between straight and gay clubs, how to find your significant other through a yik yak, and setting belligerent Karens off with the gay agenda. Contact us at: thestraightwaytothegaymind@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @straightway2gay Instagram @thestraightwaytothegaymind More links to come! Mus…
 
This episode takes a lighthearted look at dating as a gay man after 50. Questions that come up are: what are red flags, green flags and deal breakers for you? In the end, we have a right to love and to be loved. Welcome to Hear me out: my story, podcast. A podcast about being gay and of a certain age. Each week, we deliver the best stories of gay l…
 
In the early 20th century, South Asians migrated to Uganda in search of a better life. Jamie Govani’s grandparents married in Gujarat, India, in the 1920s. They were excited by the economic prospects in Uganda so they moved there with their young family. Jamie told Ben Henderson how it was a wonderful place to grow up, but racial segregation linger…
 
It's another college counseling spectacular with this week's guest, Larry Kalangie of "Which Door?" and "What's food?" fame. Join us this week as we talk about our respective paths into the college counseling profession, our summer camp of professional development, and general observations of proper etiquette and how to form the best clique at a pr…
 
This is my second episode with Mark as my guest. In the first episode, he primarily discussed his own personal journey and then he touched on his energy work toward the end of the recording. In this episode, he explains in more detail how he approaches the energy work that he does. EVERYTHING IS ONE WITH SOURCE CREATOR. "That makes us all co-creato…
 
In 2015, Alan Fraser was in the best physical condition of his life. But then one day after training he went home and realized that something just wasn't right. Thankfully his (now) husband Tim jumped into action and drove a couple hours to see why Alan had stopped responding when Tim kept checking on him. Tim found Alan unconscious in his bed, hel…
 
Support The Becket Cook Show on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/thebecketcookshow Listen to the podcast version here: https://www.spreaker.com/user/15345404/mrs-affleck In today’s episode, Becket takes a look at a New York Times article on J-Lo and Ben Affleck. The writer of the article is aghast that Jennifer Lopez took Ben Affleck’s last name. …
 
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