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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 and Instagram, historyisgaypodcast on Tumblr, and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts!
 
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Yes, Androgyny

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Yes, Androgyny

Charlie Monroe and Ari Noble

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Hi, welcome to Yes, Androgyny: THE identity and improv podcast. In this show, trans/nonbinary improvisers and childhood friends Ari and Charlie talk about their lives, and let those talks inspire improv scenes. Join us every other Monday! ********** You can start with any episode. Each season consists of its own little "arc" as the show, much like its hosts, evolves over time. ********** Season One—a.k.a. THE EGG-CRACKING ARC: The hosts discuss coming to terms with their new identities and p ...
 
We get curious about all things gender, sex and sexuality, as well as relationships, feminism (the inclusive kind), mental health and kink, and all that makes us humans unique and diverse. From body positivity to body dysmorphia, it’s all welcome here. Come with us on a journey of inclusion, acceptance and respect.
 
My name is Kez, and this is a podcast chronicling my journey as a queer person proud to be part of the LGBTQ community. I am a transmasculine non-binary human, and I'm medically transitioning with low dose testosterone. This is simultaneously my "coming out" to my family and friends as well as a podcast for anyone who also identifies as transgender, gender non-conforming, and gender diverse and is looking for information and connection. I'm also hoping to reach cisgendered allies looking to ...
 
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Loveville High

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Loveville High

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LOVEVILLE HIGH is a 9-part musical podcast series! Each ten-minute episode is a self-contained love story in the fictional town of Loveville, Ohio on prom night. New love, old love, romantic love, friend love, gay and straight, cis and genderqueer. FEAT: Kathryn Allison, Harrison Chad, Troy Iwata, Gizel Jiménez, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Hailey Kilgore, Mason Alexander Park, Isaac Powell, Ryann Redmond, Conor Ryan, and Ali Stroker. Music: Eric Svejcar. Book and Lyrics: David Zellnik FOR MORE: w ...
 
Transgressive is a podcast about all things transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, intersex, and some things sexuality, too! Transgressive aims to make space for the very real lives of trans folks and serves as a platform for storytelling, resource sharing, and activism in its many forms. Every other week, Lindsay and a guest explore topics like coming out, socially and medically transitioning, mental health, loved ones, activism in the current political climate, how cisgender folks can be be ...
 
Join award winning author, speaker, sex educator and media maker Tristan Taormino as she explores the world of sexuality from every angle. Tristan interviews leading authors, educators, artists and icons about sexual pleasure, sexual wellness, identity, relationships, community, and social justice. Get an inside look at alternative sexual practices, communities, and relationships—like LGBTQIA folx, BDSM, polyamory, sex work, and disability—from both leading and underrepresented voices. Trist ...
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
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Tuck speaks with Eating for Free cohost Joan Summers (she/her) Topics include: Getting outed by your pastor’s wife in a movie theater parking lot Why celebrities should come out via strategic trips to CVS Union organizing for trans healthcare… and how it can go wrong Why do famous people love the word pansexual? Plus: Should we put Harry Styles on …
 
Tuck speaks with poet and drag artist Wo Chan (they/them), who performs as the Illustrious Pearl. Topics include: Re-evaluating the narrative of your book after starting psychoanalysis Combining poetry and drag performance into… PowerPoint drag! Creating art out of testimonials from your family’s deportation proceedings Learning to share without ov…
 
In the second half of this special two-part episode, Tuck speaks with organizer and library worker Dakota Hommes (she/her). Topics include: Organizing the first library union in the state(!) Missouri’s ban on “explicit” books in schools Transition as a spiritual experience Plus: Narwhal facts, TikTok, and trans Harry Potter fanfic. Find Dakota on I…
 
In the first half of this special two-part episode, Tuck speaks with Starbucks Workers United organizer Spencer (they/she). Topics include: Maintaining a 24/7 picket line for a 64-day-long strike(!) What is the best way to support the Starbucks union and employees? Why are union organizers disproportionately trans? Plus: The literal Pinkertons and …
 
Tuck speaks with comedian, performer, and event producer Howie Echo-Hawk (they/them). Topics include: What do pronoun go-arounds and land acknowledgements have in common? Is it even possible to decolonize gender? Why your comedy can’t come solely from suffering Using nature to explore identity beyond language Plus: Dance parties, autism superpowers…
 
This week we've got an awesome question from Ashlea about how to moderate hyperfocus (or hyperfixation, or special interests) so that we neurodivergents don't burn ourselves out on things we enjoy. Resources TikTok on Slow Mornings YouTube short on Hyperfocus vs Hyperfixation YouTube video: Five Signs You Have ADHD & Autism - - - - - - - - - - - - …
 
K Kriesel (they/them or she/her) is not afraid of "messy," with a spiritual life that blends Catholicism and Wicca, and holds space for time adrift. K has broken away from a variety of groups that proved too limiting to uplift the most marginalized, including any feminism that prioritizes white, cis women. As they search for a spiritual community b…
 
Tuck speaks with Cat Fitzpatrick (she/her), author of The Call-Out and cofounder of LittlePuss Press. Topics include: Writing about Brooklyn trans girl drama in iambic tetrameter Searching for answers on the Transsexual Internet Circa 2001 Running a small press that doubles as a community org (aka lessons learned from Topside) Why is it so hard for…
 
Another interview episode for you all in the feed today, this time Leigh sat down with author Malinda Lo about her writing, her interest and research into queer history, and the trajectory of queer literature since her first published book in 2009. Her award-winning novel Last Night at the Telegraph Club is a queer historical fiction coming-of-age …
 
Live from the road: Ari and Charlie announce the plans for the next season (or "arc") of the show—in which they intend to be more informed and researched about the stuff they talk about! Pretty wild! Then they do some car-improv, which accidentally devolves into Halloween-appropriate horror. Happy October, everyone! Thanks for the great Summer. Con…
 
Hi babes! I have an amazing question from Hilda today about how to explain a gap in employment from taking time off to just chill and not be crushed under capitalism for a cotdamn minute! As we all know, employers don't typically like hearing that you are an autonomous being who doesn't like working, so how do we explain time that we needed to take…
 
While Leigh is working on putting together the next regular History is Gay episode for you, we've got a special treat in the form of a minisode, all about the new film BROS, making history as the first romantic comedy from a major film studio about two gay men and featuring an all LGBTQ+ principal cast! It's uproariously funny, filled with queer hi…
 
We're back, babies! This week, we try to have an episode where we don't ONLY talk about being trans. Instead, we talk about other stuff...like religion, and high school, and toxic communities that prey on the lonely. Do all of these conversations end up invariably circling back to gender? You betcha! Plus—and this is just my (Charlie's) opinion—one…
 
After growing up Southern Baptist and pressured to conform to gender norms, it took time for Ynza Morgan Star (she/her & zey/zeir) to live fully into her genderqueer, agnostic, pagan, game designer self. In this episode, Ynza shares how neurodivergence and the power of story have shaped her journey; how zey crafted zeir own name; how zey joined zei…
 
What would WE do with one billion dollars (if we had to be solipsistic monsters who care nothing for morality or general social good)??? Good question! From our Patreon bonus podcast, the NB-sides, this thought experiment reveals our deepest and—yes—darkest desires... LINKS: Our Patreon (for $5/month, you get an episode of bonus content every other…
 
Cleo Madeleine is a researcher, activist, and poet. Cleo's pronouns are she/her, and she is queer, trans, and a woman. Find out what that means to Cleo in this episode. Join us as we briefly go down a rabbit hole of queer history and time, talking about the entanglement of sexuality and gender, linguistic limitations, the intersection of history, l…
 
For this bonus episode, Leigh sat down with Dr. Kit Heyam, university lecturer, queer history activist, and trans awareness trainer, about their new book, Before We Were Trans: A New History of Gender. We talked about gender diversity throughout the world, the importance of getting into “messy” or not easily-categorized gender variance in queer his…
 
On today's very special episode, we are joined by Joe Lipsett and Trace Thurman (of the Bloody Disgusting podcast Horror Queers) to talk about the experience of being young and discovering yourself with "weird" and "forbidden" media. It's fun, it's personal, it's spooky! Then, your humble hosts play an improv game in which we try to pitch the ultim…
 
I answer a question from Madison asking for advice when living with a partner for the first time. We explore a range of advice, from the practical to the emotional to the protective. As mentioned in the podcast, please refer to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence or any other DV/IPV organization for tips on how to put together a safety…
 
Lux is a psychotherapeutic counsellor and French expat, who has been in the UK for over ten years. Lux's pronouns are he/they, and he is a queer, genderfluid, polygender, non-conforming man. Find out what that means to Lux in this episode. We also talk about seeing labels as a field, the need for softness as well as radicality in activism, how gend…
 
This one's intense. In this episode, I take a deep dive into the science behind gender identity, including evidence about gender identity having a genetic component (meaning we weren't simply "raised wrong"!). I try to break down the obsession our society has with gender roles & rules and assert that GENDER IS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT. Citations for some…
 
Hard to know how to describe this one! The most nonsensical improv we've ever done somehow also contains a cathartic convo about passing, fatigue, and being gendered in people's eyes. CONTENT WARNINGS: Body image, internalized transphobia, gender critical garbage, trans-medicalist garbage, depression LINKS: Our Patreon (for $5/month, you get an epi…
 
Brianne Leeson is a writer, artist, and voice actor, and the creator of the supernatural comedy audio drama, Today’s Lucky Winner. Brianne's pronouns are she/her, and she is autigender, as well as bisexual, polyamorous, and demi-romantic. Find out what that means to Brianne in this episode. We also talk about doing womanhood differently and the inf…
 
Many years ago, long before we'd come out as trans, we were just two "dudes" who liked improv. During this time, we decided we wanted to try to improvise a serialized sci-fi radio drama—complete with sound effects—about two friends who are flung into a cosmic adventure through space and time. We recorded 7 episodes before we realized that it just w…
 
For this episode, Leigh is joined again by guest host Tyler Albertario, as we continue diving into the history of the Homophile movement. In this second and final part of this discussion, Leigh and Tyler cover the rise of East Coast Homophile Organizations (ECHO), its restructuring as the North American Conference of Homophile Organizations (NACHO)…
 
This episode is a slightly abridged version of part 1 of the Neuroqueer Joseph series over on The Autistic Liberation Theology podcast. Be sure to visit Laura's podcast for parts 2 & 3 once you've finished this episode! My friend Laura and I explore all the queer + autistic elements of Joseph's story, starting with Genesis 37. Joseph wears makeup a…
 
Tuck tackles more advice questions with BFF of the show Mckenzee Griffler (she/her). Topics include: How should I balance my partner's comfort with my own transition? How can I get my family to fully accept my transition? Why does my child keep misgendering me? Would it be inconsiderate of me to share my pronouns? Are feminine names going extinct? …
 
It's been one year (give or take) since we both came out as *not men*, and what a year it has been! This week, we discuss the aspects of social transition that have been the most surprising to us, as well as outlining our hopes for the future. We also squeeze in some improv scenes, in which a sea captain wrestles with his self-doubt and a bathing b…
 
Mommy's back! After my summer vaycay, I'm here to give some health updates, decisions about the show, and then talk about the main topic which is how to handle receiving help without feeling like a piece of poopie. Under capitalism we're taught that needing help is a weakness, a failure, a burden. But when you give help to someone else, it really s…
 
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