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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.
 
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cosima bee concordia and Aurora Laybourn became friends as philosophy students having long conversations and drinking late into the night until they passed out almost a decade ago, and now they're back together at their fullest powers with Drunk Church: a podcast about queerness, kink, and the religious. Come worship with us and get drunk on the blood of God! Get access to full bonus episodes, an exclusive RSS feed, and more by subscribing our Patreon! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on ...
 
This podcast program, produced by Huntington Northstar Productions of Hyannis, Massachusetts, in collaboration with PFLAG Cape Cod, explores the lives of PFLAG Cape Cod members, including members of the LGBTQ+ community and their families, who have dealt with issues of sexual identity/orientation, gender transition, and social acceptance. Many episodes offer moving and intimate portraits of individuals wrestling with their sexual/gender identity, and the path they have taken toward wholeness ...
 
The Queenz of Media™ is a provocative and groundbreaking show dedicated to pushing trans-sexual and transgendered issues to the forefront. The hosts Skylar and Grace, pokes, prods, and pushes the buttons of celebrities, activists, and listeners with their unique brand of humor and wit! Please join the Queenz of Media every Sunday night at 1O p.m. eastern.
 
Welcome to On Air With Tasha Jones. Tasha is well known for her roles in adult movies, websites, webcam shows & her new You Tube channel. She has also been doing a blog on her life for many years. This show is a place for her to have a voice. To talk about life's issues, T-girl issues, sex and anything else that "pops" up. Call in, submit questions or just sit back and listen! The show can get naughty
 
TwN Radio is an Internet Radio Station hosting radio shows hosted by members of Transwomen National. Currently, Journey's With Julie will be the first and third Monday of each Monday at 8:00pm Eastern hosted by Julie Millwood and the second and fourth Monday at 8:00pm Eastern will be Prism Radio with Holly Knight as the host. Please feel free to call in live with questions to the hosts or the guests but it might take a few minutes to get to you so please be patient and we will get you on as ...
 
Peace and Blessings to all Another day Another Crown Our podcast covers stories from all over the world such as : "Sports, Politics, Anime & Hiphip" & even our personal Life Experiences. With brand new fresh Underground hiphop music DMV Biased. With my team & Cohost (K.L.M & Mel Mel) Yall Know My Catch Phrase : " ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER CROWN STRIVE FOR GREATNESS" #Maryland #DC #Virginia #DMV #AMacRain #RAINPodcast #Newsmedia #undergroundhiphop 🖤💛❤🦀🍷👑👑👑🏆⚽️⚾️🏀🏈🥊🎾🌍🎶🎧🎤
 
Learn how to use cannabis to help with your sexual health ailments and desires. With host, Antuanette Gomez, Founder of Pleasure Peaks, featured in Forbes, Elle Magazine, Penthouse and so much more. Join us on a podcast tour in North America featuring patients, doctors and sexual health educators! Tune in for the best sex of your life! Learn More at PleasurePeaks.com
 
Fat, Trans, Queer Podcast about Queer issues with an emphasis on Music, TV, media, sex, relationships, and ranting. Nonbinary transgender man with no real plan. I make playlists, I rant, I rave, I love and I hate. I also write on my blog-- daily. Check out madaboutit.blog and tune in for podcast episodes as they are available. beckywtghmai@gmail.com @madAboutItMAI https://www.facebook.com/madAboutItMAI @madAboutItMAI https://twitter.com/madAboutItMAI Instagram that I NEVER EVER USE @madAbout ...
 
What began as a stage show and radio series, The Mighty Boosh has become a hit series on the BBC as well as a very successful live tour and best-selling book. Join the creators, Noel Fielding andJulian Barratt, and other cast members as they discuss their unique creative process, a new direction into film, an upcoming music album, as well as their journeys into the digital world including the creation of their app, The Mighty Decider, now available on the App Store.
 
Canadian TV icon Ed the Sock and his foil, the outspokenly witty redhead Liana K, talk about news, politics, music, TV, movies, comic books, sports, pop culture and anything else under the sun, in a stream-of-consciousness podcast that rivals James Joyce's Ulysses. Okay, not really, but this is supposed to be hype, right?
 
Mic Madness is hosted by GLAMA Award winner, Christian Andreason and OutMusic Nominee, Miss Money. Every Tuesday nite at 8pm (cst), Christian and Money bring "feel good" radio right to you complete with music, news, opinions and God knows what else. Christian has been reaching out to the masses via internet, TV, stage and radio since the debut of his 1991-92 single, "Everybody Else" played on Top 40 radio globally to commemorate World AIDS Day. Billboard Magazine has hailed Christian's music ...
 
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What does it mean to give yourself completely and honestly? Today we start our three-part close reading of the work and life of Laure (also known as Colette Peignot)—masochist, poet, revolutionary, and the only female member of the secret society Acéphale—dying in Bataille's home at the age of thirty-five as the forgotten author of many of the best…
 
Just another day on the road. Well, what can you do? You can listen to KNFW, bootleg edition episode 3. The gals talk about this, talk about that, they even put their foot in their mouth a few times if you'll pardon the expression. Yes well of course there is some stuff about Billie Eilish, but that is because they are old road hogs. They don't kno…
 
Izzy Kershaw is a singer/songwriter and music producer. Izzy's pronouns are she/her, and she is a transgender woman. She's also bisexual and has ADHD. Find out what that means to Izzy in this episode. We also talk about how big a part of identity gender is and how that can change, the importance of making the distinction between sex and gender in h…
 
We push even further into our esteemed Philosopher of Holes Georges Bataille, especially in regards to how his concept of religious erotocism can be understood with and against the embodied experiences of the Christian Mystics through the work of Amy Hollywood. We talk suckling from holy wounds, the feminized Jesus, novel insertions, foundational r…
 
For our first bonus episode, we dive into our review of the newest glorious kinky nun movie: Paul Verhoven's Benedetta. Among other things, we discuss martyrdom, miracles, femme twink Jesus, and that Virgin Mary qua dildo. Get access to full bonus episodes, an exclusive RSS feed, and more by subscribing our Patreon! Our GDPR privacy policy was upda…
 
Victor's pronouns are they/them, and they are transgender and non-binary, as well as pansexual, neurodiverse, and ADHD. Find out what that means to Victor in this episode. We also talk about being out as a trans person at work, having a different understanding of the same labels, normalising gender diversity in society, body dysmorphia and gender e…
 
For our introductory sermon, we talk about Bataille's concept of religious eroticism, getting wasted as philosophy students, the value of taboo and rejecting gay respectability, whether or not we would be Judas for each other, transsexual embodiment, the pain of academia, encroaching fascism, leatherdyke ritual, and much more! Join us and get drunk…
 
Kai is a Garden Designer and consultant, and CEO at Polaris Garden & Landscape Architects. Kai's pronouns are he/him, and he is trans-masculine, transgender, queer, and a tad non-binary. Find out what that means to Kai in this episode.. We also talk about the importance of representation, experiencing intimacy and sex and navigating expected as wel…
 
Lilith Rose is a twenty-something individual who identifies as transgender and non-binary. At the time of this interview, they had also just been named executive director of PFLAG San Francisco. Lilith grew up in what she describes as a toxic home environment. Born anatomically male, they first came out as gay before eventually discovering they are…
 
Lola Phoenix is a writer, podcaster, and author of the recently published book The Anxious Person's Guide to Non-Monogamy. Lola's pronouns are they/them, and they are agender, non-binary, and queer. Find out what that means to Lola in this episode. We also talk about being accidentally gender non-conforming, not relating to normative experiences, p…
 
Angela Locashio (aka Mama Pistachio) is a trauma-informed educator and coach, and sexologist. Angela's pronouns are she/her, and she says she's always open to they/them. She is an autistic, queer, genderqueer woman. Find out what that means to Angela in this episode. We also talk about following social scripts and role playing, how authenticity and…
 
Fleassy Malay is a poet, spoken word artist, performer, and writer. Fleassy uses they/them and she/her pronouns, and they are a queer, gender-diverse, neurodiverse genderfluid woman. Find out what that means to Fleassy in this episode. We also talk about embracing the validity of the phases we go through, belonging in both women's spaces and queer …
 
In October 1998, Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old student at the University of Wyoming, was brutally attacked and tied to a fence outside of Laramie, Wyoming. Five days later he died of deep wounds inflicted in one of the most vicious anti-gay attacks in American history. In this wide-ranging interview with PFLAG Cape Cod’s Rick Koonce, Jeff Mack, a …
 
Anne Hodder-Shipp is a sex and relationship educator dedicated to providing accurate, empowered, compassionate, and expansive sex education. Anne's pronouns are she/they, and she is a queer femme. They're also neurodivergent with a recent ADHD diagnosis. She doesn't have language that totally feels right, but says that sometimes agender, non-binary…
 
DDMV Maryland Pride Another Day Another Crown Strive For Greatness Word Wide!!!🌍🏁🏁🏁💪🏾🤘🏾🤙🏾👑👑👑Segment One : We start off the show giving our thoughts & opinions on the transsexual woman winning "women of the year" as we'll as setting new women's records. Then afterwards we prepare for the first music break 🎶🕺🏾💃🏾🎶.Segment Two : For our next segment we…
 
CN: Cultural genocide, extremist governments, authoritarianism, racism, LGBT phobia, dystopia, Fascism This bi-week: Things get dark. The UK Goverment has pushed through four bills that really change how the UK works, and not in a good way. Also the US is having a dark turn also. Researcher, writer and academic Brynn Tannehill talks to us about the…
 
Christine's pronouns are she/her, and she's ok with they/them pronouns. She identifies as a trans woman and is also non-conforming, disabled and neurodivergent. Find out what that means to Christine in this episode. We also talk about how the spectrum of physical biological sex and that of the social construct of gender overlap, the idea of sex dys…
 
Alex Hagler is a Latin and history teacher at a prestigious private school outside Boston. They’re also the recent co-founder of their school’s first Gay Straight Alliance. GSA’s (also known as Genders & Sexualities Alliances) operate in many school systems across the country today. As clubs, they’re intended to serve as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ yout…
 
Look at this! We made another podcast that is mostly on time! This bi-week: Michelle gets approached by the Daily Mail The government bins trans people from the conversion therapy ban: we report from the massive protest from London And Ashleigh talks to trans history expert Felix Moore about the mighty April Ashley. References: https://www.whatthet…
 
Claire's pronouns are she/her, and she is a transgender woman. Find out what that means to Claire in this episode. We also talk about the lack of female role models in the 70s, trying to reconcile the expected side and the authentic side of us, the entanglement of gender, mental health and neurodivergence, feeling like yourself for the first time, …
 
This episode contains references to rape and cultural genocide, specifically about GRT communities. On this episode Ashleigh talks about being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. We talk about the first trans MP and the strangest coming out that we have ever seen. And we talk to Percy from LGBT Traveller Pride about how the new policing bill is the …
 
Jenn sets up websites and tech systems for micro businesses. Jenn doesn't have much of an attachment to pronouns and says they or she are fine. They are genderfree, and she also gave us the labels autistic and fat. Find out what that means to Jenn in this episode. We also talk about choosing your own gender badges, the absurdity of assigned gender …
 
Skin is the singer of the rock band Skunk Anansie, a radio show and podcast host, and author. Skin's pronouns are she/her, and she is a queer person. Find out what that means to Skin in this episode. We also talk about stepping stones to new language, the obsession with beauty in the gay community, breaking gender roles, given names and designing y…
 
Imagine being in a traditional heterosexual marriage for many years and then discovering that your husband or wife is gay or lesbian. What would you think? How would you react? What would you do? And where would you go to get help and find understanding in dealing with your situation? In the late 1980s, Kimberly Brooks Mazella found herself in this…
 
In this third Reflections episode, Katy interviews Esther as she reflects on further conversations she’s had with gender-diverse folks, what she’s learned about gender, as well as her own journey and how she and the podcast have evolved over a year and a half since the podcast started. We also talk about imposter syndrome, intuition and following t…
 
“Vernon Diannah Porter” is probably not a name you readily recognize. But that’s because he’s much better known by his stage name and alter ego, “Lady Di”, host of the popular Friday evening radio show, Leggs Up and Dancing, on WOMR-FM in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Lady Di has been a popular fixture at WOMR for the last 22 years. Each week, she h…
 
This is an episode with a spiritual twist. I have a conversation with Oron, through Medha. Medha is an intuitive energy healer and channeler – to be exact, a direct voice channel – and she has a podcast called A Clear Perspective, where she shares the guidance that comes through from Oron in answer to people's questions. Oron start by talking about…
 
Some life partners first spot each other from across a crowded room. But not Helen Malone. With a piece of birthday cake in hand, she literally bumped into her future wife, Jane Martin from behind, at a birthday party for a mutual friend back in 2002. From the moment they met, the lives of both women changed rapidly. And while their lives today on …
 
Paige is married to a transgender woman, Esther (or Elle), who came out to her in October 2020. They've been married for 16 years and have two children. Find out more about Paige's experience in this episode. We also talk about being married to a troubled person, becoming more bold and growing into your skin, learning to communicate our needs, the …
 
Dr. Joan Beilstein is a Lesbian Episcopal Priest, and Rector of the Church of the Ascension in Silver Spring MD. Today, though a senior, well-respected pastor in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, DC, there was a time when Joan was rejected by her own priest for being gay. And even after being ordained a priest herself in 1994, Joan struggled to …
 
Talea uses any pronouns, and they are agender and metagender. Find out what that means to Talea in this episode. We get philosophical and dig deeper into gender identity, and we talk about the challenges with finding language for something just beyond our grasp, nature vs nurture and what is innate in our identity, and peeling away layers and findi…
 
Hollis L. is a 25-year-old individual who identifies as both non-binary and transmasculine. That means that, though assigned a designation of female at birth, they don’t fully identify with being a person of either gender. But, in Hollis' case, it does mean they tend to embrace more of a “masculine” identity than a feminine one. In this fascinating…
 
This episode: Politicians hilariously fail to stick us in the wrong prisons! (Can a prison ever be right?) Far right goons are taking blockers to fight COVID. Yes, really. And we talk to writer and researcher Felix Moore about how none of this anti-trans 'feminism' crap is new. References: https://www.whatthetrans.com/ep70/ https://linktr.ee/whatth…
 
Renée Yoxon is a singer, songwriter, and gender-affirming voice teacher. Renée's pronouns are they/them, and they are non-binary trans. They also identify as maverique and back in the day, genderqueer. Find out what that means to Renée in this episode. We also talk about being who you are right now, bridging the trans and cis experience, how 'passi…
 
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