Best LGBT podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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LGBT Stories
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LGBT Stories documents the struggles, hardships, questions, joys, eye-openers and more, that many in the LGBTQI community have faced as they've opened up with the public, their families and most importantly themselves about their true identity, the decision to come out and what life is like today for them.
 
Pink Mafia LGBT is a light hearted show featuring chat, news, views and reviews aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender and straight community alike. An international endeavour Produced by Edward Mark Fitzgerald on behalf of Cork City Community Radio, Ireland. If you like us, search Pink Mafia LGBT on Facebook or tweet us on @pinkmafialgbt or mail pinkmafialgbt@gmail.com - we'd love to hear from you.
 
Politics and culture through an intersectional queer lens. In a post-marriage equality world, the LGBT community is moving into uncharted territory. With an eye on how queer identity intersects with race, gender and all of our other identities, we’re having conversations at the crossroads of queerness and the contemporary world.
 
Molly Richardson and Kim Trumbo share weekly conversations and interviews covering LGBT related news and popular culture on the Ok 2 Be LGBT podcast.
 
Tune in for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender news from the writer/editor of TheRandyReport.com, a daily blog reporting on the current news cycle in terms of politics, pop culture and entertainment news of interest to the LGBT community.
 
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LGBT Real Talk Radio
Monthly
 
The Vision of the show is to become the premier point of contact for lesbians, gays, transgender, bisexuals and parents that may have questions about the lifestyle. We will discuss issues faced every day to include coming out, gender identity, intimate partner violence, suicide prevention, bullying, finance, sex, relationships, love and more. As the premier point of connection, we have a place to learn, educate, contribute, connect, give and receive comfort, empower and foster integrity, cel ...
 
Can you arrange a list of Rocky Horror actors by age? Do you know who the first queer Nintendo character was? Or what’s in a Sex On My Face cocktail? Play along with Queers, Questions and Cocktails: the Pop Culture Trivia and Cocktail Recipe LGBT Podcast. SHOTS: Five questions that relate to alcohol, cocktails or our drink of the episode; NEWS: Three questions in Queer, Canadian and Cosmopolitan news; WHERE IN THE WORLD: Players guess which country we're looking for from facts and tidbits; P ...
 
"Always Here" is an LGBT history podcast hosted by Miri Josephs and Adrian Webster. Join us twice a month to learn about the history they don't teach in school.
 
The LGBT Update focuses on educating, informing and updating the LGBT community on issues that matter to us. With The LGBT Update, we will present a platform to help truly showcase the love, the strength and the talent within our thriving community. We will primarily focuses on presenting productive content, that will help energize the LGBT movement and properly inform our allies.
 
Just your traditional lesbian couple next-door. Born & raised in Hawaii, now living in the Pacific Northwest. We try to keep it uplifting, entertaining, and educational around here for the gay, lesbian, and lgbt community. We're fans of positive spirituality, vegetarian and raw vegan living (green juice!), holistic health, and always striving to be the best we can be for ourselves, our partners (yes we are), and the world. Love Life Live Free
 
An amateur historian with a fully stocked bar and a boundless curiosity.
 
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Rated LGBT Radio
Weekly
 
Rob Watson hosts an engaged hour of lively conversation on a variety of topics involving the LGBT community.
 
This is StudCorner with Chris and J Sessh. Enjoy us as two young African American lesbians giving our perspective on hot topics and general community issues including lifestyle, music, current events, lgbtqiap issues, crazy stories and more. Hope we earn a 5 star rating!
 
"Always Here" is an LGBT history podcast hosted by Miri Josephs and Adrian Webster. Join us twice a month to learn about the history they don't teach in school.
 
The Umbrella Podcast is devoted to diverse members of the LGBT+ community gathering to talk about a wide range of intersectional, complex issues facing us, internally and externally.
 
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LeGaL LGBT Podcast
Monthly+
 
Featuring lively discussion of the latest legal news affecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community here and abroad. Interviews with LGBTQ lawyers, policy wonks and activists. Our monthly LGBT Law Notes episode with Professor Art Leonard digs into three of the most important new LGBT civil rights rulings. Eric Lesh, executive director of the LGBT Bar of NY hosts.
 
Learn about queer history with your hosts Evan Jones & Paul Hobbs.
 
Hello everyone, welcome to the Lez Represent Podcast. A podcast about all things lady loving queer, LGBT representation, and everyday stories from the queer community. Because who best represents you than you. Follow us on Twitter!
 
As one of the top websites for LGBT+ content, The Girl Crowd explores the minds of creative people in the community - from filmmakers, writers, singers, YouTubers to Hollywood directors.
 
The Roxy Report Podcast is Hosted By Roxy Clark, Professional Idiot and Transgender Woman! From News of Transgender fish to What the LGBT is up to this week Join Roxy as we delve into the more humorous side of the LGBT Community!
 
Kathy Baldock and Yvette Scheider discuss the sections of the book "Walking the Bridgeless Canyon" and cover The History of Cultural and Religious Discrimination of the LGBT Community in America
 
Acknowledging, honoring, restoring benefits, and renewing dignity to all LGBT Veterans who served
 
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LGBT Trans Ohio
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Podcast by LGBT (Trans) Ohio
 
Aida and weekly Guest Co-Hosts Chat about the LGBT Community, it's issues, concerns and everything else in between. It's great to hear the perspectives of different people from all walks of life sharing relevant concerns and experiences. Music by www.BenSound.com
 
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OUR LGBT ISSUES
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Talk about my point of view of LGBT issues and relationship issues.
 
Taking a look at LGBTQ+ issues in sport.
 
LGBTQIA+ individuals tell their stories about faith, community, and the divine, hosted by Greg Thompson.
 
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LGBT Youth Northwest
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This is the official podcast channel of LGBT Youth North West.
 
Now in it's 25th year of publishing, Quest reports on events, music, movies theatre and lifestyle as it relates to the LGBT and alternative communities.
 
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LGBT (Trans) Ohio
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Horror's first, and so far only, male scream queen, actor Mark Patton.
 
If you've been on social media today, you may have noticed a certain topic is trending. #ComeOutForTransEquality has been all over posts throughout the day - which makes the guest on this episode particularly appropriate.Rowena Purdy is a championship-winning rally driver who helped fly Vulcans in the RAF, and has been writing about motorsports ...…
 
We call this installment of the LGBT Law Notes edition of the LeGaL LGBT Podcast: “Sodomy Law Goes Down.” That’s because on September 6, 2018, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the Constitution protects an individual’s sexual orientation. We will begin by chatting about this case with Professor Art Leonard of New York Law School. Art is the ...…
 
We conclude the heartbreaking story of Matthew Shepard by discussing his the effect his legacy had on the queer community. A trigger warning is still in place as other hate crimes will be discussed as well as the horrendous reactions of some anti-gay groups. Despite the many obstacles, Matthews family and friends have spent the last 20 years se ...…
 
Hello Everyone! We are so happy to have a returned guest. Camille from Quibble Quills Studio is back to talk about their new release "Miss Bullard's School for Former Ladies". It is a choose you own path (and love interest) graphic novel that takes place in a Victorian inspired society where the main character Lillian has been sent to a boardin ...…
 
In this episode, we had fun talking about The Thing that’s up front for us, when it comes to the New Age-y topic of “manifesting.” The Thing is this: the whole point of “manifesting” is Who You Become. $50 for your thoughts! :) Take the 60-second survey we mention, at https://goo.gl/forms/n1Ou83Wxb2EfbL6G3 Show notes at http://sienaandtoast.com ...…
 
A rock music legend, recently rediscovered, who was shamelessly and defiantly gay, John "Smokey" Condon.
 
This week's LGBT Sport Podcast from the BBC shines a spotlight on a brand-new club - as Andy Smith from the Westcountry Wasps rugby team joins us.Andy talks about why he helped co-found the club; his experiences of inclusive rugby; and why he, as a straight man, decided to get involved in the first place.Then, there's a best bit from our old sh ...…
 
In this week's headlines:• The nation observed the 20th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shepard• Anti-LGBTQ forces in Romania faced an epic fail in trying to outlaw marriage equality• New Jersey moves to protect transgender students• The Trump administration requires foreign diplomatic employees' partners to be married in order to be in th ...…
 
Independent film pioneer, inventor of Queer Cinema, and hero to Warhol, Lynch, and Scorsese. Filmmaker Kenneth Anger.
 
Twenty years ago a young gay man was beaten and left for dead, tied to a stark and lonely fence in the plains of Wyoming. His name was Matthew Shepard. Twenty years ago to the day tomorrow, he died. His death brought shock, horror and grief to millions who did not personally know him. It brought a much more personal effect on our guest tonight, ...…
 
I had an impromtu sit down chat with Fernando Donaire on this years "National Coming Out Day"! Fernando shares his "coming out" story with us! Congrats to all of you who took the leep and decleared your truth today! And for those of you whom still have not, ITS OK, when the time is right you will know it! You are loved!…
 
We've got not just one, but TWO terrific guests on the LGBT Sport Podcast today.Up first, Mike Malyon from the London Otters Rowing Club shines a spotlight on the Otters' experience at the Gay Games; how he got involved in rowing; and what it was like to win gold in Paris.Then, Craig Bratt talks about his role as the media officer with Crawley ...…
 
Lee Catoe offers his reflections on the role body image plays in the LGBTQI community, and how we can begin to seek out the divine in one another. While studying Pre-Med at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC, Lee began to realize that his call to helping others had less to do with medicine, and more to do with ordained ministry. As a gay man n ...…
 
If you're located in the Los Angeles area we are looking for interns to join this amazing team! Seeking The Following Social Media Manager Admin Assistant Send resumes' and cover letters to me directly at kevin@ourlgbtstories.com
 
We are back from the dead and easing back into the podcast. Recorded live to tape 10-8-18.
 
We are back from the dead and easing back into the podcast. Recorded live to tape 10-8-18.
 
Making a small call to action here for you to come and join us in the uber cool, totally awesome, very private, facebook group for LGBT Stories! The stories that we share on the show are all real and all serious and I know that there are millions, if not billions more of them out there in this great big world! That's why I am working to create ...…
 
On October 6, 1998, America’s views on the queer community, and specifically hate crimes towards LGBTQ people, would change dramatically. All because of Matthew Shepard. Matthew Shepard Matthew had a tendency to make an impact on all the many people who came into his life. He traveled around the world from a young age and made many friends alon ...…
 
This episode was inspired by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who – as she told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sep. 27, 2018 – felt it was her civic duty to inform them about her being sexually assaulted, in an effort to “to provide the facts…so that you can take that into serious consideration” in determining whether Brett Kavanaugh should sit on ...…
 
It seems like we've been off for decades! On the season three premiere of QQC we look back at the ridiculously decadent era that was the 1980s. Welcome Canqueer team members Luke, Sebastian and Jake as they join Bradley to remember '80s video games, assert drinking flavoured vodka is so white and down too many Cyndi on the Beach cocktails, a re ...…
 
Tonight we talk about the "investigation" the department of Education is conducting around an alleged incident in Georgia. Their aim appears to find a way to define transgender friendly facilities as "hostile". Plus, we talk the FBI report on Kavanagh and get the latest scoop on the behind the scenes rumblings around his confirmation process. W ...…
 
In this episode, Paul and Evan cover some more recent topics such as gender neutral bathrooms. In this episode, we show how the history of these controversies evolved. Join us as we track the story of bathroom bills. Or just how gay wedding cakes became such a hot topic issue. We even take a few moments and talk about new rulings concerning the ...…
 
In the book On Tyranny by historian Timothy Snyder, one of the ways to resist tyranny is to “Make eye contact and small talk.” Because “It is part of being a citizen and a responsible member of society. It's also how we can help prevent or break down social barriers. In this episode, we share our gratitude for, and experiences with, the many vi ...…
 
Hello again! Today's guest is Kathleen Knowles, author and retired UCSF of San Francisco. We had a wonderful talk, being interested in LGBT history Kathleen had some interesting stories to share. We talked a lot about her first hand experience during the 80's aids crisis, being in her 20s and an active member in the LGBT scene at the time. Even ...…
 
The LGBT Sport Podcast is the BBC's first dedicated programme looking at LGBTQ+ individuals, groups and organisations in sport. The aim is to tell interesting stories from interesting people, and show that sport is a place where everyone belongs.This podcast grew out of an old programme Jack Murley used to do, called 'The Other Side'. So, to br ...…
 
Tonight, I have a rousing discussion with esteemed journalist Brody Levesque on today's historic hearing. We will cover behind the scenes details as well as an exclusive look at the relevance the hearings have on LGBTQ rights.
 
The LGBT Sport Podcast is the BBC's first dedicated programme looking at LGBTQ+ individuals, groups and organisations in sport. The aim is to tell interesting stories from interesting people, and show that sport is a place where everyone belongs.In this episode, Jack Murley is joined by broadcaster Bob Ballard - a man who has commentated on Oly ...…
 
Luther and I discuss black liberation theology and reimagining scripture, as well as the difficulties in coming out to his family, and being seen as a fully participating member of his church. Luther grew up in South Carolina with a love of music that brought him to Nashville, to study Audio Engineering at Belmont University. While he has conti ...…
 
We go a little off script in this episode but we have a lot of fun doing so. This week we tackle a few of the queer communities biggest “not gay” bigots who ended up being pretty queer themselves. I’m not gay, you are! From meth head preachers to drag queen republicans, there’s enough hypocrisy for all. Hopefully, you’ll pick up a few personal ...…
 
The LGBT Sport Podcast is the BBC's first programme, looking at LGBTQ+ individuals, groups and organisations in sport. The aim is to tell interesting stories from interesting people, and show that sport is a place where everyone belongs. It grew out of a show called 'The Other Side', which was presented by Jack Murley. And to get you in the moo ...…
 
Have you heard of labyrinths used as meditation devices? This episode was inspired by our visit to The Grotto in Portland, Oregon. Specifically, their replica of the labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral in France. In this audio, we share our experience of walking the labyrinth and the spiritual messages and metaphors we got out of it. In our podcast ...…
 
We are all about stories, and our guest tonight, is one of the greatest presenters of LGBTQ stories. We are talking to Nathan Manske—director of the I’m From Driftwood. Through stories of various individuals, the program’s mission : “To the LGBT teens struggling to come out and deal with their sexuality, who to this day still attempt suicide 4 ...…
 
Host, Eric Lesh, talks with Nancy Marcus, co-founder of BiLaw and writer for LegallyBi. Sept 19-26 is Bisexual Awareness Week, and Septender 23rd is Bi Visibility Day.On this episode we talk about the nearly five million adults in the U.S. who identify as bisexual. In case you were wondering, bi people actually comprise more than half of the en ...…
 
Learn about the life and music of Miriam's favorite lesbian Jewish singer-songwriter. Roundtable: Planned Parenthood Music: “So Far So Good” by Jonathan Coulton Research Lead: Miri
 
Learn about the life and music of Miriam's favorite lesbian Jewish singer-songwriter. Roundtable: Planned Parenthood Music: “So Far So Good” by Jonathan Coulton Research Lead: Miri
 
Though she was never officially part of the queer community, Dr. Evelyn Hooker was one of the most instrumental influencers of early LGBT activism. Evelyn Hooker Her groundbreaking study on homosexual men and homosexual culture would lead to a large shift in societal attitudes towards the queer community. But that was only the beginning of her ...…
 
Is it foolish to believe in miracles? Is denying the mystery and the wonder of life foolish? In this episode, we tell about an unexplainable event that happened for Siena when she was in the 7th grade. It happened in Honolulu, Hawaii, when her family put her into an all-girls Catholic school for the first time in her life. Podcast blog show not ...…
 
LGBT Law Notes Episode! Host, Eric Lesh, talks with Professor Art Leonard of New York Law School. Art is the chief editor and writer of LGBT Law Notes, the most comprehensive monthly publication covering the latest legal and legislative developments affecting the LGBT community here and abroad. Topics include: Supreme Court Faces Petitions for ...…
 
In this week's headlines:'Sex and the City' star Cynthia Nixon fell short in her bid to become the Democratic nominee for governor in NY.A Pennsylvania university will not let a gay man take his last two classes for his degree.A new study shows same-sex couples are getting married at an older age than heterosexuals.RuPaul and the Fab Five celeb ...…
 
You can be a leading man while being openly gay. Screen legend Jean Marais.
 
Annd they are back! Hello again, this is Part 2 of our interview with Kris Dresen, the "retired" comic book artist and illustrator from Chicago but this time with her wife and soul mate JD Glass to tell us all about how they met and who doesn't love a good romance of unbelievable proportions? If you liked the show please leave a review and foll ...…
 
It is long past time for our New York state legislators to take action on the the issues that impact LGBTQ New Yorkers and our families. New York should be a place that protects the liberty and equality of all individuals, particularly those whose existence and expression has been oppressed. On this episode, we speak with some experts about sev ...…
 
We’re back with the second half of the story of French author The Marquis de Sade. In this episode, we discuss the various works of the Marquis which covered broad subjects. The Marquis De Sade His writings were inflammatory and considered highly offensive by national standards. However, his challenge of censorship laws was instrumental in lift ...…
 
Our amazement at and appreciation for the badassery of Fred Rogers and his subversive T.V. show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. *THERE ARE SPOILERS for the movie "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" in this episode* Episode notes with nostalgic videos that will bring tears to your eyes: https://sienaandtoast.com/podcast/20-mr-rogers Join email list: https://s ...…
 
On July 31st, the LGBT Bar Association of New York, LeGaL, joined Lambda Legal and 60 other LGBTQ organizations in submitting a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee to oppose the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. Before entering this week’s confirmation hearings, Judge Kavanaugh’s record showed no indication that ...…
 
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