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Listen for free every week, as a different student, graduate or LGBT+ producer tells their most #QueerAF story on the podcast by National Student Pride. Hosted by Jamie Wareham, we commission young LGBT+ producers to tell their own stories so long as they are beyond the binary, sex-positive, challenge mental health, sexuality and identity taboos – or have unicorns spewing rainbows everywhere. Download and take the best UK lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer story podcast with you, as rec ...
 
The ITV Pridecast is the monthly LGBT+ podcast about all things LGBT+ at ITV. Join Matt Scarff and the Pridecast Crew every month to get the latest updates on all things LGBT+ related to our programmes and what it’s like to work at ITV. We talk to the people behind the cameras who make our shows, as well as the on-screen talent that you know and love. Follow us on Instagram @ITVPride, on Twitter @ITVPurpose using #ITVPridecast and you might just make it onto one of our monthly editions!
 
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Am I Asexual Or Ashamed Of Sex? Yes, it’s here. Another fantastic episode ahead by #QueerAF regular producer Jacob Edward. And this week, we’re talking about a spectrum of feelings when it comes to sex, the differences between asexuality and sex shame plus Jacob, who used their portfolio to get a job Radio One’s first non-binary presenter shares bo…
 
How can you be single, queer and happy? Growing up in the 90’s things seemed pretty simple. You get to your mid-twenties, find someone you are attracted to who lives in close proximity, get married and live a happy life. But Martin could never relate to any of this because he is gay. Cut to now, aged 32 and a little jaded by love – he has no desire…
 
Recorded live as part of National Student Pride, at the University of Westminster in collaboration with the university's Creative Enterprise Centre: We present Access All Rainbows. Join our conversation about being LGBT+ and disabled, considering; Hidden disabilities, access, perceptions on ability and, support in relationships. The Speakers: Jamie…
 
A live episode of #QueerAF, guest hosted by Evan Davis with Dustin Lance Black and UK Black Pride's Lady Phyll. An Oscar-winning screenwriter and the co-founder of UK Black Pride chat to BBC broadcaster Evan Davis to headline our daytime festival (Sat 22 Feb). Dustin Lance Black first appeared at National Student Pride in 2015 and has gone on to st…
 
Does Rosa need to get a queer haircut to feel part of the community? That’s what she explores in her university town of Bristol this week on #QueerAF. Meeting the towns local queer hairdresser who has been helping trans, non-binary and LGBT+ people feel more at home with the identity they want to show to the world. And despite Rosa’s love for her f…
 
Young, vulnerable and new to a big city: I became the target of an online predator Five years ago, Rory was drugged and sexually assaulted by two men, who I met while using Grindr. Young, vulnerable and new to a big city – growing up without any LGBTQ inclusive sex education in school – I became the target for an online predator. It’s been difficul…
 
Pansexual reporter Kenya Jay Scarlett speaks to queer couples to find out everything you need to know about being in a relationship. From getting together to breaking up and how her pansexuality has left her feeling some people are way too focused on gender. This week on #QueerAF whether you've had one or not, we take you on a crash course on being…
 
To prepare for my mum's gay wedding, I talked to her about sexuality for the first time Journalist Eve Hartley sits down with her mum, ahead of her same-sex wedding, to discuss for the first time what her mum went through when she came out while Eve was only a few years old. Eve reflects on how her journey to understanding sexuality was so differen…
 
Matt Scarff and the ITV Crew talk to Dancing on Ice's H and Matt Evers about being the first same sex couple to don their skates and take to the ice. They also catch up with UTV's head of News, Terry Brennan who drops in to talk about same sex marriage in Northern Ireland. Plus, Clare Phillips, the Director of Social Purpose at ITV comes through fo…
 
#QueerAF is back for season four. With more LGBT+ reporters than ever. This year our stories come from Bristol, Manchester, Milton Keynes, with reporters from Northern Ireland, Leeds, London and beyond. When you listen – you support the students, graduates and LGBT+ reporters we mentor to build their audio portfolio. And they tell you beautifully p…
 
Don't mess with a boy in a dress, he was born to impress. Lead singer of the feeling and writer of the musical that’s taken the UK’s west end by storm Dan Gillespie Sells, joinst us for our season three finale, to tell the story behind the soundtrack to your #QueerAF life: Everybody's Talking About Jamie. In an ever changing world, the way we ident…
 
A Gay and Non Gay discuss douching (to help LGBT+ rights) James Barr and Dan Hudson host the hit UK LGBT+ podcast A Gay and a Non Gay, which began out of terrible conversation about pub etiquette. But their friendship really grew when their worlds collided, as Talia, Dan’s girlfriend and James’s friend, left for the USA; Leaving James and Dan to fe…
 
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is one of Russia’s most iconic cultural figures, but the country still denies he was gay. 125 years after his mysterious death, his magnificent symphonies, operas, and ballets – including all-time classics Swan Lake and The Nutcracker – are still performed, streamed and enjoyed by millions of people around the world. But be…
 
Did you make all your Sims gay too? This week on #QueerAF, reporter Alice Taplin brings us along on a ride down the Rainbow Road, not on Mario Kart, but on a brief history of queer gaming. Video games were long considered the territory of straight boys and men, with COD, Fifa, and GTA being the first thing that sprung to people’s imaginations. But …
 
Do you 'act straight' to stay safe on public transport too? This week on #QueerAF we explore just how safe public transport is for LGBT+ people. Reporter Cassie Galpin hears three intersecting stories from Will, Nikki and Martyn, who have faced prejudice while traveling, but turned those hate crimes into three inspiring actions. Today’s show was pr…
 
National Student Pride's ambassador Evan Davis guest hosts the show and interviews LGBT+ Icon Ian McKellen on the #StudentPride podcast at National Student Pride 2019. 🦄 Subscribe: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/queeraf-by-national-student-pride/id1126301158?mt=2 🎧 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3wiN3JZBJ2uqcg3R0OQDqP Evan Davis interv…
 
June 1969. New York City. It’s illegal to serve gays alcohol. It’s illegal for gays to dance with one another. Bars and clubs are routinely raided. Including the now infamous, Stonewall Inn. The riots that ensued over a week on Christopher Street ignited and catapulted forward the modern LGBT+ rights movement today. But how much do you know about w…
 
The sex education you not only want – but deserve. With support from Penguin Books, we speak to Author of 'Jack of Hearts and Other Parts' Lev Rosen. This episode is NSFW, but it shouldn't be. Because the anal sex advice from Jack of Hearts we've got in the show is something all queers deserve. Indeed what anyone who wants to have good anal sex sho…
 
Nonbinary people continue to face misconceptions from society, including from other LGBT+ people. For Jacob Edwards, after becoming comfortable with their gender identity they started to wonder about their sexuality, were they no longer ‘gay’ – did that make them Straight? Bi? Pan? And what does that mean for dating? This week Jacob Edward, present…
 
This young gay guy is not happy about the way he looks, something that is not easy when you used to be a dancer. And he is not alone, body image issues are a big issue in the LGBT+ community. In today's episode, podcaster and former dancer Martin Joesph finds out if it's possible to overcome negative feelings about his body image, and talks about h…
 
The #QueerAF podcast by national student pride is back. Subscribe now on Apple podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts for season three which returns January 28th 2019. We are the podcast that empowers students, graduates and LGBT+ producers to tell their most hashtag queer af story all in the name of national student pride taking plac…
 
We’ve had some amazing shows in our second season, with contribution by some hugely talented students and graduates. But to draw our season to a close, we’re bringing you our live recorded evening with National Student Pride ambassador and twice guest host on the show Evan Davis, as part of our contribution to Gay Star News’s Digital Pride which ju…
 
Juno Roche is a trans activist, writer and now – she has a QueerAF vagina. Today she joins our podcast to discuss her her journey to getting it, which she details in her new book. From surgery, to overcoming any shortcomings a new vagina might have – because Juno has found an empowerment in it’s inherent queerness. The book is a series of interview…
 
More and more gay and bi men are using drugs to escape, for sex and to find a new high in Chemsex. In this week's #QueerAF we hear exclusive extracts, recorded just for us, from the critically acclaimed Chemsex Monologues. We discuss why the LGBT+ community turns to drugs to escape, and the rising tide - especially among gay and bi men in cities: o…
 
We hear a lot about how gay bars and LGBT spaces are closing. Statistically, venues are on the decline. But what about queer spaces? From York to Wales, queer activists all over the country are setting up their own nights – free from mental health stigma, transphobia and without booze. Why? Because when something doesn't exist for queers, queers ma…
 
This episode is brought to you by Jack’D. They asked us to investigate dating apps like their own, and we asked Sean to have a go with their app. If you are a subscriber to our show you’ll remember Sean from episode 6 of season 2 – I’m gay, but I’m also a homophobe. If you haven’t listened to Sean’s brave and powerful story about overcoming the int…
 
After a busy few week’s at National Student Pride HQ. We’re taking a short two week break to recoup, relax and then bring you the second half of season two. But we do have something for you today in this minisode: It's the story of 15 young people who raised an amazing £2600 pounds for UK LGBT homeless youth charity Albert Kennedy trust charity. Th…
 
This young gay guy suffers from internalized homophobia. He is perfectly OK with his sexuality, but keeps asking why the LGBT community has to be 'so queer.' In today's episode, radio graduate Sean Allsop finds out if it's possible to overcome your shame of being gay – and learns why he has, until now, projected his own homophobia onto others. With…
 
Recorded live at National Student Pride 2018 at the University of Westminster on 25th of February - BBC Newsnight host Evan Davis takes over from usual hosts Jamie to interview Courtney Act. They talk after our #BeyondTheBinary panel with trans and non-binary activists. Evan is particularly candid, relaxing into a personal and very honest interview…
 
In an extra episode for your journey to National Student Pride this weekend... Kris Verle is the LGBT+ life coach who spoke to Max, our volunteer running this weekend's loving how you look open mic session at National Student Pride. Recorded at Gay Star News, the duo sat down for a coaching session about overcoming anxieties about Max's body confid…
 
Barely a week to go to National Student Pride, and Pippa's story explains how she went from identifying as a lesbian – to realizing she was a queer, non-binary demi girl. She now wants to be the role model, she always wished she had. Her coming out is inspiring, and you have to hear how it ends. Big thanks this week to Gendered Intelligence, the tr…
 
This week, producer Dan Freeman is sparked to make an episode by High School Musical. Love it or hate it, it's a perfect example of Disney's long history of hiding gay characters in plain site? With so many queer fans - is it time for Disney to come out of the closet? With thanks to this week's production from Westminster Radio student Dan Freeman.…
 
New season, new style of storytelling. This year National Student Pride's podcast returns as #QueerAF. In our first episode of the season, we sit down with documentary maker Amy Ashenden. She made the Queer Muslim Sex Worker documentary. We find out the tragic story of the young person she followed who was ultimately made homeless after she came ou…
 
Recorded live at National Student Pride 2017 at the University of Westminster on 25th of February - BBC Newsnight host Evan Davis takes over from usual hosts Charlie and Jamie to interview Olly Alexander. They talk after the Sex and Relationships Education panel with Olly, Paris Lees, Stella Creasy MP, NAT CEO and Diversity Role Model rep Gemma Cur…
 
This month we were joined by two guests - Married couple Youtubers, Shosh and Mer. We spoke about Biphobia, getting involved in the LGBT+ community and whether you can be LGBT and religious. This podcast is supported by Gay Star News.www.gaystarnews.com You can check out Shoshana and Meredith's channel here https://www.youtube.com/user/shoshandmer …
 
This month, Patrick Strudwick Buzzfeed UK's LGBT Editor joins the show to talk about bisexuality awareness, if it really does get better and who should be reporting LGBT news - community outlets or top tier newspapers. Ultimately we ask, can we trust them? This podcast is supported by Gay Star News.www.gaystarnews.com See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
We speak to the author of new book 'Straight Jacket' Matthew Todd, as he discusses how to be gay and happy, his 8-year tenure as editor of Attitude magazine and why media ownership is having an effect on activism. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to the very first National Student Pride podcast, which we’ve started to keep the Pride of conversation that is our annual event, a discussion that carries on all year round. This month Nail Transphobia activist Charlie Craggs joins #StudentPride co-chair Hatti Smart and Journalist Jamie Wareham to talk whether Brexit would be bad for LGBT …
 
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