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The podcast show that keeps you in the loop with lesbian and queer news, entertainment, and events. Your hosts discuss popular stories and articles, as well as hot topics, queer history, and more! Tagg Nation is the brainchild of Tagg Magazine, a publication for the queer women's community.
 
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Before jumping in to what's trending on Tagg, Chelsea shares her Sisterspace weekend experience in Delaware. This episode we discuss the article "Cultivating Mindfulness in Our Highly Emotionally Charged Country." According to the author, mindfulness can help us identify, acknowledge, and work on managing our unconscious biases for the greater ...…
 
What's your pet's name? In this episodes ice breaker, we ask "How do you feel about human names for pets?" There is still work to be done for our trans brothers and sisters as a trans employee was fired from a funeral home after announcing their transition. Now, the courts are continuing to meddle in LGBTQ rights...again! In queer news, The Vil ...…
 
Jade is back with part two of our Washington, DC gayborhood series. We have your DC history from the 1980s to present day. We discuss The Gay Women's Alternative (GWA), a defunct non-profit lesbian community organization that existed in D.C. between 1980 and 1993. The organization made a huge difference in the DC area lesbian community. Many ga ...…
 
We talk to Tasha Majomi who emigrated to the United States from Nigeria at 19 with no choice but to leave behind family and friends in the process. While finding work in the States, she was able to create a new network of friends she calls family. In contrast to residing in D.C., when Tasha grew up in Nigeria, it was, and still is, illegal to b ...…
 
One of the most difficult challenges confronting couples who break up is their desire to still stay connected. Sounds strange, right? The No Contact Rule (NCR) may seem brutal to those struggling with breaking free from an ex, but why continue having contact with someone who has made it clear that they no longer want to be with you? In the long ...…
 
What queer songs get you amped? That's what Ashley asks for our ice breaker. As we figured out what to discuss, we realized the White House has been taking over the news and social media over the past week. Jeff Sessions recently announced the Religious Liberty Task Force...whatever the hell that means. In pop culture news, we follow-up with th ...…
 
It's queer history with Jade and oh boy do we have a lot of LGBTQ history for you. In this episode, we dive into DC queer history before the 1980s. We start things off way back with Alexander Hamilton and John Lawrence. And, though the LGBTQ community were fighting for equality in the 50s and 60s, there was still racial segregation within the c ...…
 
Eve Howe came out as a transgender woman in July 2017, and identifies as a lesbian. Since then, she has attended over 100 queer women's social events around Washington, D.C. in order to make friends, and to learn more about the community that she is now a part of. A former Naval officer and nuclear engineer, she has worked as the Event Manager ...…
 
"Advice For Moving Into Your Partner's Home" is the latest trending on Tagg article. There are few moments as big in a relationship than when you decide to live together as this will see your two worlds combine and you will be spending a lot more time together whilst sharing a lot of responsibilities. If you are moving into your partner’s curre ...…
 
We start our episode by asking "What reality show would your personality thrive in?" We also talk about Trump administration staffers getting thrown out of restaurants for being bigots. And, because she did not learn her lesson with playing a Japanese character in the movie "Ghost in the Shell," Scarlett Johansson is now taking on the role of a ...…
 
It's a celebration b*tches! We now have 100 episodes under our belt. We celebrate this episode with questions and comments from our listeners...that's you! From growing pains to supporting womxn to favorite episodes, we comment on them all. Thank you for continuing to join us every week. We truly love each and every one of you. Here's to anothe ...…
 
Have you ever wanted to deep your toe into kink? Or want to learn more about the lifestyle? On this episode of The Gag, we sit down with Madame Tak, a graduated Mistress with a specialty in impact domination as well as sensation play. She has been in the lifestyle publicly for five years and enjoys teaching others her skills. We talk about the ...…
 
All month long Tagg Magazine's feature interview with Stephanie Beatriz has been trending on Tagg...and we're not surprised. Beatriz came out publicly in July 2016 on Twitter, responding “Yup.” to a tweet quoting an Aubrey Plaza interview with The Advocate in which Plaza stated, “I fall in love with girls and guys. I can’t help it.” When Rosa f ...…
 
It's our first episode of pride month! And, don't forget, we now come OUT every Thursday. In this episode, Chelsea asks "If you could have any type of booth at Pride what would it be?" We also talk about Hayley Kiyoko and Kehlani's new song and music video "What I Need" and it might just be what we need. In other news this week, SCOTUS ruled in ...…
 
We're back with a special extended version of our gayboorhoods series. Jade speaks with long-time Seattle resident and LGBTQ activist William Borden. Though Borden is now currently living in Spain, his footprints have never left the Seattle gayboorhood. He talks to Jade about growing up with a liberal family, being raised by the community, and ...…
 
We are back with our gayborhood series. Jade gives you loads of LGBTQ Seattle information from the early 1900s to the present. What or who is Ms. Nancy? Was there a bar really called Madam Peabody's Dancing Academy for Young Ladies? How did black and white gay men connect? How did LGBTQ people find gay businesses? How is Double Header historic? ...…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. On this episode of the Gag we speak with Shane'a Thomas, a therapist and licensed clinical social worker. Shane'a currently does intensive office- and home-based therapy work specializing in the area of life transitions, bereavement, depression, women’s issues, and various gender/sexual/alternative lifestyl ...…
 
It's the second week of the month, which means it's Trending on Tagg. We kickoff the episode catching up on Janelle Monáe and her "coming out" as pansexual in a Rolling Stone interview. She is quoted as saying, "Being a queer black woman in America, someone who has been in relationships with both men and women—I consider myself to be a free-ass ...…
 
We're back and we got some sh*t to talk about. First, we recap our trip to ClexaCon in Las Vegas. We also dive into Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial and guilty verdict, and what it means. And, in the category of while you were sleeping...the Trump administration was working hard to make sure trans people are not included in a "non-discriminati ...…
 
In this special gayborhood episode, we welcome our friends from "The L Word Made Me Gay" podcast show. The hosts Sarah and Erin share their experience as active members of the LGBTQ Chicago community. Jade takes us way back...1800s way back! We also talk about 1930s - 1990s queer history, the Black Gay Community, drag balls, protests, and more. ...…
 
What is queer safe sex? What does queer safe sex look like for women? On this special ClexaCon edition of the Tagg Nation Gag, we explore these questions and more. We also talk about how safe sex conversations show up (or don't show up) in the LGBTQ community, in doctor's offices, in both mainstream and queer media, and in our own relationships ...…
 
We are on break just this week. ClexaCon wore us out!!! Please make sure to tune in next week on Tuesday, April 17 to listen to the recording from our ClexaCon 2018 Live Show. We have a great conversation about queer safe sex and its invisibility within the media. Interesting, right? In the meantime, feel free to connect with us on social media ...…
 
What country would you go to if you were fleeing tax invasion? That's our question in this week's ice breaker. Also, Grindr, a dating application that caters to gay and bisexual men, could be placing them at risk. The services geo-location functionality has exposed a security flaw. We also discuss a D.C. area gay sports bar that hoisted a Blue ...…
 
Over twenty thousand people descended upon Washington, D.C. in 1993 for the first dyke march. A group of activists known as The Lesbian Avengers planned the march out of anger for feeling unacknowledged, disrespected, and discriminated against in the straight and gay communities. The marches continue today in larger cities during pride celebrat ...…
 
On this month's Gag, we welcome Julian R. Harris. Julian is a licensed independent clinical social worker (LICSW) and therapist in private practice in Washington, D.C. He is also a black man of trans experience. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University at Buffalo, and his Master of Social Work degree from Howard University. H ...…
 
This week on Trending on Tagg, we discuss an oldie but goodie, "The Ex-It Interview." When you quit a corporate job, a company will usually conduct an Exit Interview to see how they could have made your time there a better, more enjoyable experience. Writer Michelle Dowell-Vests' (aka Michelle Alexander) asks "What if our relationship break-ups ...…
 
There is so much pop culture and politics to get into this week, we can't hardly catch up. First, we can't get enough of Janelle Monae's music video "Make Me Feel." Her fluidity gives us all the feels. We also discuss the state of Georgia passing a Anti-LGBTQ adoption bill (SB 375). Also, did you hear Lena Waith's speech at the 2018 ESSENCE Bla ...…
 
Philadelphia, get your history straight and your nightlife gay! Jade is bringing back the gayborhood series. We dive into the LGBTQ Philadelphia community. The beautiful history of Philadelphia includes Center City, Outfest, William Way LGBT Center, Black Gay Pride, just to name a few. We also discuss the oldest gay bookstore in the country. Do ...…
 
Dr. Imani Woody is the founding director and CEO of Mary’s House for Older Adults, Inc. She has a Ph.D. in Human Services, specializing in non-profit management. Dr. Woody has been an advocate of women, people of color and LGBT/SGL issues for more than 20 years. She is currently working as a diversity and inclusion consultant in the field of he ...…
 
Having an idea of the type of person you want to date is great and we all have preferences, but committing too deeply to those preferences can create “Fantasy Lovers". A Fantasy Lover is the person you’ve created in your head who probably doesn’t exist outside of it. Do you agree? We dive more into this topic on this month's episode of Trending ...…
 
How do you feel about your significant other flirting with other people? Our hosts answer this question in our first episode of the month. We also discuss this year's Super Bowl and halftime show with Justin Timberlake. Speaking of Justin Timberlake, we discuss whether his performance was a snooze fest or a great show. Last, more and more peopl ...…
 
Christine Jorgensen (born George William Jorgensen Jr.) was an American transgender woman who was the first person to become widely known in the United States for having sex reassignment surgery. Jorgensen grew up in the Bronx, New York City. Shortly after graduating from high school in 1945, she was drafted into the U.S. Army for World War II. ...…
 
On this month's Gag, we sit down with Maker's Lab founder Lee Levingston Perine. Lee (who identifies as trans masculine) has mastered the art of creating inclusive spaces for the queer community. Their events are known for building community whether it's a dance party or an informative discussion. We dig into how to be intentional about inclusi ...…
 
It's Trending on Tagg. We start off by sharing our dating stories that didn't work out so well. From nose bleeds to wetting the bed, find out what happens next! Whether through intentional single parenthood, a coupled relationship, or a multiple person family structure, more queer individuals and families are choosing to access fertility servic ...…
 
We're Back!!! In our first episode of 2018, we recap what we were up to during our holiday break. Ashley announces the launch of her art and jewelry line Linderland. We also celebrate queer women being publicly in love with themselves and others. And, of course we have to talk about Michael Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury" and Senator Doug Jone ...…
 
This week on Queer History we discuss the landmark LGBT rights Supreme Court case One Inc. vs. Olesen. One, Inc. v. Olesen 355 U.S. 371 (January 13, 1958) is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision for LGBT rights in the United States. It was the first U.S. Supreme Court ruling to deal with homosexuality and the first to address free sp ...…
 
Chelsea kicks of the episode by asking "When you were a youngster what mistakes did you make when you were trying to find porn?" And, before we go on break for the holidays, we reflect on 2017 from relationships to career...and of course Tagg Nation. Bonus: We also discuss our podcat's (Squincy Jones) 2017 journey.…
 
What's trending on Tagg? This week we discuss the perks of being single (https://taggmagazine.com/single-perks/), but first we break the ice with stories about how we have become single in the past.
 
Jade and Chelsea discuss the wave of sexual harassment allegations coming out of Hollywood and other industries. We touch on Kevin Spacey and Anthony Rapp, as well as the victory for trans military service members.
 
It's Queer History with Jade, Halloween edition. Our hosts open up with sharing their most memorable Halloween costumes of all time. Also, where would the world be without the LGBTQ community? That's especially a good question when it comes to Halloween. In the heart of San Francisco, Halloween adult parties, costume contests, and the biggest H ...…
 
We tackle a topic that is often not discussed within the LGBTQ community...intimate partner violence (IPV) and domestic abuse. Intimate partner violence is domestic violence by a spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. It can include a current or former intimate partner, and can take a number of forms, ...…
 
Before jumping into the article on "The Art of Apologizing," we discuss the Las Vegas shootings and the importance of gun control. Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade discuss their "security blankets" for this episode's ice breaker. Later we talk about relationships and the right way to apologize...or is there a right way? Content warning: We discuss the ...…
 
Pop Culture and Current Events: Jade asks "What art have you made that you are most proud of?" in this episode's ice breaker. We also jump into the hot topic of NFL Protests and race relations. And, how do you feel about the popular 8-year-old drag queen (Lactacia)? Is it a great form of expression or is it too much? Before we end the episode w ...…
 
How do you take care of yourself when you're sick? That's the question the hosts ask one another before kicking off your queer history lesson about Edie Windsor. Windsor is best known for winning the 2013 Supreme Court case that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The activist has seen a dramatic shift in attitudes toward LGBTQ indi ...…
 
Part two of our Capital Pride Festival live show is here! Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade speak with festival attendees about their pride experience. From Rupaul's Drag Race stars to Tinashe, there was a lot of excitement in the air. Oh..and we finally meet DC's own McDreamy!
 
Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade interview Dr. Robyn Zeiger and Stacey Williams-Zeiger, writers of several couples communication articles in Tagg Magazine. They have written articles from "Relationship Tips for Avoiding Holiday Drama" to the "Art of Apologizing." The Zeigers share their tips for great communication and even offer specific advice to ea ...…
 
We recap our summer from coast to coast. We also discuss life changing experiences, Charlottesville, Hurricane Harvey, and the renewed focus on the Trans military ban.
 
Rubyfruit Jungle is the first novel by Rita Mae Brown. Published in 1973, it was remarkable in its day for its explicit portrayal of lesbianism. The novel is a coming-of-age autobiographical account of Brown's youth and emergence as a lesbian author.
 
It's been a long time coming, but it's finally here! It's our live show from the Capital Pride Festival on June 11 in Washington, DC. Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade re-cap their pride weekend. They also speak with festival attendees (from baby queers to long-time event goers) about their pride experience.…
 
Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade kick things off by sharing their worst haircut experiences. They discuss the "Masculine of Center Conference" article trending on www.TaggMagazine.com. Defining masculine of center, identifying stereotypes, and bringing hetero social norms into the LGBTQ community are all important topics you want to know. Download thi ...…
 
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