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Best My Dear Queer podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best My Dear Queer podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
Let's stop flipping out and start flipping legislative seats! A weekly conversation between three progressive activists bringing glitter and jello shots to Texas politics. Plus, we always offer one simple, straightforward mission to turn Texas blue. Hosted by Rouser: Becky Bullard, Ashley Cheng and Kristen Gunn. Find us on socials: @therabbletx.
 
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Beto was here! We got him to play "two truths and a lie," give us his thoughts on the presidential race, and tell us about his new organization, Powered by People. Plus, he tells us how we can turn Texas blue and have fun doing it. (Shout out to Flip the TX House, an amazing org that was built by former Beto Ambassadors!) THIS WEEK’S GUEST: Beto O'…
 
Meme Styles blew the doors off this year's Women's March in Austin with her passionate speech calling for a Texas where no one gets left behind as we work to build a brighter future. We were thrilled to sit down with Meme, President and Founder of MEASURE, and Janis Bookout, Director of Performance Measurement at MEASURE, a non-profit that uses dat…
 
Writer and performer John Cameron Mitchell talks about portraying a nightmarish boss in Hulu's comedy Shrill, Hedwig and the Angry Inch's enduring legacy, and working with Patti LuPone on his new musical podcast. Then, Mitchell plays a game called "We're Going to Make You Sing," where he's quizzed on 1970s glam and punk that inspired Hedwig. Plus, …
 
We're baaaack! The Rabble podcast season two opener took place live at the Boss Babes' State of the Uterus, an annual party for progress, raising funds for reproductive justice, community health and gender equality. We got to talk about our uteruses and vaginas and how Texas sex ed is screwing them over (not in a good way). THIS WEEK’S GUEST: Dr. A…
 
Actor Justin Long returns to the Ask Me Another stage! Known for the "Get a Mac" ads, Long talks about hosting his new podcast Life Is Short, and interviewing his 103-year-old grandmother. Then, he plays a game of "Shorter or Longer?" Later, comedian Marina Franklin tells the story of how she bombed her first big break, and then tests her knowledge…
 
While The Rabble podcast is on break, we're revisiting some of our favorite episodes. Since the 86th Texas legislature gaveled in a year ago this week, we thought it was fitting to replay our wrap-up of the legislative session. We drinking game-ified it, so pour yourself a local craft beer (that you can now take home from the brewery, thanks to one…
 
While The Rabble podcast is on break, we're revisiting some of our favorite episodes from Season 1. This episode originally aired on February 13, 2019 - Galentine's Day! Because Galentine's is all about ladies celebrating ladies, we each interviewed one of our Texas lady heroes and learn more about their story. Becky interviewed Julie Oliver, candi…
 
While The Rabble podcast is on break, we are revisiting some of our favorite episodes. We were so inspired by Glenaan O'Neil of the Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project, who is cheerfully persisting first after battling cancer and then after having funding pulled for her fledgling nonprofit. We love her hilarious self and her mission of advocating fo…
 
While The Rabble is on break, we are revisiting some of our favorite, most impactful, or most moving episodes. We love this episode because of the candid, vulnerable, eloquent story our guest Zoraima Palaez shared about her abortion. Plus, we go heart-eyes for Nancy Pelosi's visit to Austin and fangirl out over Rep. James Talarico's efforts to supp…
 
Actor Kal Penn and comedian Dan Soder drop by Ask Me Another's first-ever Tournament of Champions, where we bring back four previous winning contestants to find who will be the big big winner. Penn talks about representing New York City's diversity in his comedy series Sunnyside. Then, he enters the ring to play a wrestling quiz against Soder, who …
 
While The Rabble is on break, we are revisiting some of our favorite, most impactful, or most moving episodes. This episode originally aired on June 28, 2019. Since its debut, it has continued to be our most-downloaded episode. In the midst of the horrors at the border, it is comforting that so many people want to know how they can stop them. We ou…
 
While we're on break, we're revisiting some of our favorite episodes from Season 1. This week, Wendy Davis officially filed to be on the ballot for U.S. Congress in Texas's 21st district (Becky's district!). We thought a proper way to celebrate was to re-play one of our favorite interviews -- the one where Wendy made her first ever public mention t…
 
It's been a while Dears! Hao Jiu Bu Jian! Today, Bertus and Emmanuel spill the tea about all important recent events, from the tragic passing of Godfrey Gao to the imminent reunion of Friends; but also, they share with you some of the most expected LGBTQI movies that will hit the cinemas within the following months. We invite you to share in the co…
 
At the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, Americana singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen describes how his early days spent in Houston barrooms led to a career in music, how he first met his longtime friend, Lyle Lovett, and why his daughter had to talk him into doing his own podcast. Then he demonstrates one of his superpowers: knowing every U.S. …
 
WHEW, y'all. This is our fav (& final!) episode of season one. By some Texas-sized miracle, we got to talk with Emily Ramshaw mere hours after she announced she'll be leaving her post as editor-in-chief of the Texas Tribune to create a new non-profit media venture at the intersection of women, politics and policy right here in Austin, TX. It's a do…
 
For our last episode before the LIVE FINALE (!!!) we sat down with immigration activist Joshua Rubin to talk about what makes someone decide that they need to be on the front lines of an issue, no matter the cost. Josh, founder of Witness: Tornillo and a major reason why they closed those camps, believes that love is what kept his fire burning even…
 
Latino punk veteran Alejandro Escovedo talks about growing up in a big musical family, his year living in the Chelsea Hotel, and his latest album, The Crossing. Then, his love of surfing and French cinema is tested in a gnarly game of This, That, or the Other. Plus, contestants channel their inner fifth grader in a game where every answer can be sp…
 
We're all about getting Texans to TAKE ACTION - but first we need to GET EDUCATED! This week we dove into recent developments in public school closures, and got lessons in the history of systemic inequity from the UT Institute for Urban Policy and Research. We also got to sit down with US Senate Candidate Amanda Edwards (in between her call-filled …
 
Judging from the Halloween-week drama in the Lone Star State, there's nothing that Texas Republicans find scarier than... CITIES! And... DEMOCRATS! No wonder Gov. Abbott and (soon-to-be-ex) Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen are so spooked by Austin. We had a great talk with Austin's Mayor Steve Adler on the city's plan to house rather than hide our…
 
Today, with the blessing of the Scary(ish) Podcast, we present you with the list of the most remarkable queer characters from horror movies and scary TV shows. From Sarah Paulson to Tim Curry and from The Lion King to ParaNorman, and The Babadook, today we celebrate Halloween with rainbows and unicorns. If you are really interested in the paranorma…
 
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