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Helen/Leyna/Len Speaks; A Qpoc-Ethiopian-Vegan-Divine-Being recording thoughts, conversations, and downloads from their higher self. Join the visual journey via IG @veganontheartside @leynamusic
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Nia King's trying to figure out if her dream of making a living as an art activist is beyond reach. In this podcast, she seeks advice from other political queer artists, trans artists, and artists of color who seem to have figured out how to make art and make rent without compromising their values.
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Multimedia artist Ben Aqua discusses YouTube, photography, music, art, QPOC life, and the creative process — with a sprig of Absolutely Nonsensical behavior. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/b3naqua/support
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Qvo Familia, nos extrañaron? We’re back! Y más jotos than ever! Somos Joaquin, Charlie, y Alejandro , and we’re The Three Brown Jotos! It’s season three, and we’re getting back into the desmadre, spilling all the tea on life, sex, health, and everything in between. Amigues agarren sus bebidad, sus chucherias, y subanle al volume porque se va armar!
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The San Gabriel Valley is located in the heart of Southern California and is incredibly diverse. The LGBTQ+ community in the SGV is widespread but welcoming. We are many people from many different walks of life and this podcast seeks to share in those differences. Here, you’ll hear directly from LGBTQ+ folks from the SGV as they share their experiences and their minds with us. We’re gonna sit crooked, and talk gay. Welcome to Color Me Queer.
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My name is Jasmine Castillo (She/They). I am Texan, Vegan, PANsexual, AfroLatinx, Cis-Woman. This podcast is Breaking all the rules! I talk about everything and anything, coming from a 'Pan' perspective. From Movies, Current Events, Missing Persons, Human Rights, (Special guests?) You got a story you like from the QTPOC community? Let me know!
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We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
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Your co-hosts, Paul & Shimina, take you through an introspective, educational, and entertaining journey through various conversations surrounding personal and professional success. Our podcast focuses on how to be a "boss," not just in the work place, but in life, relationships, and society; and through the lens of being a queer person of color (QPOC). Episodes are published bi-weekly. Our August Head Boss of the Month goes to Kid Fury & Crissle West of The Read!
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A panel featuring four of Nia King's favorite artists: Sawyer Lovett, Joe Hatton, Vo Vo, and Cristy C. Road. Zines played a crucial role in reducing social isolation for many of us, whether we were one of the only punks of color in our scene (Nia in Boston, Joe in the Dakotas, and Vo in Sydney, Australia), or the only gay in our rural Virginia town…
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In this episode, we are joined by a special guest, Dr. Homie: The primary care provider who primarily cares. Dr Dr. Homie shares his upbringing, coming out journey, navigating medical school, and how he uses his platform to educate audiences through humor and brutally honest delivery of basic and specialized health education. Instagram: @thedoctorh…
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Cuál es tu dulce pecado? Whats your guilty pleasure? In this episode we dive into some of our personal guilty pleasures and discuss if guilt should be associated with them. Shopping, food, porn y mucho más! ¡Se pone caliente este! ¡Amigues! Agarren sus bebidas, sus chucherías, y súbanle al volumen porque se va a armar! Follow us! Instagram: @threeb…
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In today's episode, we are joined by Trino & Adam. We all know them from their dancing videos, car shows, and, of course, that super viral picture!! But in this episode, we get to know the men behind all that! Join us as we get to know them as fathers, homies, and, of course, all the juicy chisme - like who went through their homie's phone to get t…
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I'm excited to be on today with two longtime friends. They met in medical school in Beirut and have been together for 18 years. I jokingly call their story the worst one night stand ever– because 18 years, two countries, several cities, and two children later, they’re still going strong. Their story is beautiful, and it has it all – from years of o…
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On this episode, we talk about some of our "chacal" adventures. Dating, cruising, hookups y más! Listen to find out who was a team player in their group project while we do some gay math and talk about running a train. ¡Se pone caliente este! ¡Amigues! Agarren sus bebidas, sus chucherías, y súbanle al volumen porque se va a armar! Follow us! Instag…
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Hey Jotangeles! We're back, and you're invited to our yearly "recalentado" episode. In this episode, we discuss everything that's happened since you last heard from us almost a year ago. There have been some romantic moments, fun times, and some tough challenges that we had to face, but we're excited to share it all with you. ¡Amigues! Agarren sus …
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Qvo Familia, nos extrañaron? We’re back! Y más jotos than ever! Somos Joaquin, Charlie, y Alejandro , and we’re The Three Brown Jotos! It’s season three, and we’re getting back into the desmadre, spilling all the tea on life, sex, health, and everything in between. Amigues agarren sus bebidad, sus chucherias, y subanle al volume porque se va armar!…
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In this episode, I continue my conversation with Mx. Yaffa, a queer, indigenous, displaced Palestinian person who currently serves as the executive director of the Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity. In this episode, we talk more about the challenging and necessary work that they do with queer muslims and Palestinians. I am struck by Y…
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My guest today is Mx.Yaffa, Executive Director of the Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity, or MASGD. Yaffa is a queer Palestinian poet, author, activist, and death doula whose family history of multiple displacements goes back 3-4 generations. In this episode, Yaffa shares their and their family’s history of displacement and movement. I…
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My guest today is Paul Nabil Matthis, whom you can find on Instagram and TikTok as @paulnmatthis. Paul is an author, musician, social media educator (among other things). Paul’s channel is great- he posts a variety educational videos, ranging from topics in middle eastern/SWANA history to nerdy videos about different percussion styles in the Arab w…
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I'm happy and also sad because of the circumstances to welcome back Ali for a conversation about what is happening Gaza right now. Ali previously spoke with us in Season 1 episodes 9 and 10, and shares his perspective as a queer, Muslim, Palestinian man. We recorded this episode on October 19, 12 days after the attack by Hamas on Israeli civilians,…
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My guest today is Dr. Eman Abdelhadi, professor at the University of Chicago, author of a forthcoming academic book called Impossible Futures: Why Women Leave American Muslim Communities, as well as the co-author of a speculative fiction novel called Everything for Everyone. Eman is also the subject of a documentary called Coming Around that is now…
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A conversation with Lamya H, author of Hijab Butch Blues, which came out earlier this year. Lamya is South Asian and grew up in a wealthy Arab Gulf state. The book is a series of memoir essays drawn from their life, told alongside beautifully personal, queer readings of stories of the prophets from the Quran. Find Layma on: Instagram @lamyaisangry …
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My guest today is Mohammad Mertaban, a proud, publicly out, queer Muslim man. He’s a physician, a father, and a devoutly religious person who always knew he was gay but followed the path laid out by his community’s interpretation of his faith. He was married for 8 years, and only came out in his mid-30s. And, because of his standing in the communit…
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My guest today is Mohammad Mertaban, a proud, publicly out, queer Muslim man. He’s a physician, a father, and a devoutly religious person who always knew he was gay but followed the path laid out by his community’s interpretation of his faith. He was married for 8 years, and only came out in his mid-30s. And, because of his standing in the communit…
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Our friend Tracey Nguyen Mang, host of the Vietnamese Boat People Podcast, goes behind the scenes with Lisa Phu in this conversation — about how to document the lives of our parents, when that process can feel overwhelming. This episode, recorded live online, is the Season 6 Premiere of The Vietnamese Boat People, a podcast and nonprofit project th…
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Join me for a conversation with Bushra Rehman, author of Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion, out recently from Flatiron Books and already up for a number of literary awards and accolades! I greatly appreciated Bushra's warmth, expansive way of thinking and being, and generosity of spirit, and found so many resonances with the book and in this conversati…
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Sarah Cypher is the author of The Skin and its Girl, out now from Ballantine Books! The novel follows the blue-skinned, queer second-generation Palestinian-American protagonist Betty Rummani, as she navigates difficult questions in her own life by turning to her memories of her great-aunt Nuha for guidance. The fictional Rummani family are in exile…
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Boen’s mom thinks he’s brainwashed by the New York Times. Boen thinks his mom is brainwashed by the Chinese Communist Party. But when Boen starts listening more deeply to his mom’s stories of growing up in China and then immigrating to the U.S., he spots the signs of his own political conditioning — and unravels the threads of Chinese and American …
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In this episode I welcome the brilliant Dr. Kareem Khubchandani, Professor of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies at Tufts University also known as their drag persona, LaWhore Vagistan! You can find them on Twitter at: @lawhorevagistan and @kareempuff and on Instagram at: @lawhorevagistan @kareempuff @auntologies Watch their TED Talk, "How to b…
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We're out with new episodes on April 17th! The (loose) theme this season is family-- queering family, queer family, and of course, queer found family. Join me for exciting conversations with a range of amazing people. We have merch! Take a look at https://www.queereverything.com/shop ! Find us ! Instagram: @queereverythingpodcast Website: http://ww…
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We Want the Airwaves celebrates 10 years with a panel featuring six of the artists from Queer & Trans Artists of Color, Volume Three: Anthony J. Williams, Kamal Al-Soylaylee, Joamette Gil, Venus Kii Thomas, Qwo-Li Driskill, and Osa Atoe! (This is the first part of a two-part episode, so you will only hear Ant, Kamal, and Jo on it.) This panel is co…
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America! The land of opportunity! And also, for so many, the ambiguous loss of immigration and uprooting a life and a history comes with a complex web of emotions. In this episode of Grief, Collected by The Mash-Up Americans, hosts Amy S. Choi and Rebecca Lehrer speak with trauma therapist and educator Linda Thai — about ancestral grief, and how un…
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The LahPai family’s arrival to Virginia from Myanmar was highly anticipated: the local resettlement agency prepped their home; the local religious community was ready to provide support; the family’s U.S connection lived just minutes down the street. Even with these support systems, resettlement was (and still is) not a straightforward, clean-cut p…
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Today, we're sharing some work by our friends at Immigrantly, a weekly podcast that features deeply personal conversations about race, identity, and the immigrant experience. This episode features a conversation between host Saadia Khan and reporter Neda Toloui-Semnani, who wrote a book called THEY SAID THEY WANTED REVOLUTION: A Memoir of My Parent…
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Please take our listener survey to tell us what you think of Before Me! The survey is anonymous, takes 5 minutes, and is incredibly important for helping us take our next steps as an independent studio for stories by and about Asian Americans. We use your answers to better understand your needs as a listener — but we also use your feedback to show …
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Just before I gave birth to my daughter Acacia, I turned 36. And on my birthday my mom sent me a birthday card that was full of heartfelt words — more than she’d ever written to me before. On the last night of her visit to help me take care of Acacia, as she read the card aloud, I realized how I was — and still am — a part of the lives that came be…
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At the moment my mom steps onto a small fishing boat off the coast of Cambodia, headed for a refugee camp in Thailand under cover of night, she becomes the head of our family. It takes her less than a year to make it safely to her new home in New York, give birth to me, and learn how to be a single parent in the U.S. But it will end up taking her d…
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Reunited with my cousin Lynn, my mom becomes a gold dealer to support her growing family — and realizes that the charmed childhood she had in Cambodia is nowhere to be found for her own kids. She recounts the joyful memories that helped her hold on for more than five years as a refugee in Vietnam, before making the decision to leave both countries …
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Lisa Phu grew up telling a story about how her family left Cambodia as refugees, to start a new life in the United States — but for the longest time, she’d never heard this story firsthand, from her mom, Lan. After Lisa gave birth to her first daughter, her mom flew across the country to meet her first grandchild. And during that visit, she finally…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. In this season 2 finale episode, you will get to hear A…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. Subanle al volumen porque se va a armar… Porque Miguel …
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. Been through a breakup or a separation? Are you friends…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. ¡Suban el volumen! Porque Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie get down to talk about all things SEX. Y le dan duro, because there is…
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Thank you to everyone who made Season 1 such a success! We're on a brief hiatus while we develop Season 2. The theme for Season 2 is FAMILY-- queer family, queering the notion of family, and being queer family to others. Do you have ideas about what you'd like to hear or whom we could talk to? Drop us a note at https://www.queereverything.com/conta…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Que onda listeners, on today's episode, we talk with our special guest, Ulises Gonzalez, AICP, City Planner, City of Los Angeles…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. In this episode, Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie have a…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. Supersize it! Large and in charge! In this episode, we …
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. Jocks, balls, and athletes oh my! In this episode Aleja…
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Join me for the second part of my conversation with Ali and Mohammed, where we talk about telling close family and others and engage in a dialogue about reconciling faith and spirituality. In the introduction I mention Imara Jones' enlightening (and frankly scary) podcast series The Anti-Trans Hate Machine. Please listen to it. It's here: https://t…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. Sup homies, welcome to another episode of the Three Brown Jotos Podcast. Check out Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie get into all …
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My name is Jasmine Castillo (She/They). I am Texan, Vegan, PANsexual, AfroLatinx, Cis-Woman. This podcast is Breaking all the rules! I talk about everything and anything, coming from a Pan-spective. From Movies, Current Events, Missing Persons, Human Rights, (Special guests?) You got a story you like from the QPoC community? Let us know! Put in Ema…
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You are about to listen to Alejandro, Joaquin, and Charlie (AKA Three Brown Jotos) talk about their personal experiences and views on LGBTQIA+ topics, current events, and all the good joteria that play out in their lives. In this season 2 premiere episode, you will catch up with the fellas about what they have been up to since season 1 wrapped up. …
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When you get into a taxi, you usually know where you’re coming from, where you’re going, and what you’ll do when you get there. But what about your taxi driver – someone whose work is in constant motion, moving from destination to destination, meeting new people by the hour? What was the road that brought them to this moment, what is the journey th…
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