Umbrella term for sexual and gender minorities that are not heterosexual, heteronormative, or cisgender
Welcome to Bloc'd Season 2! In today's episode, The Triad discuss grief and their specific journeys of healing after loss.To support the show, Buy Us a Coffee:To keep up with the show & our hosts, follow us @blocdpodcast!This show was produced & edited by Chris, for OVEN.Vision Podcast Network.Support the show
Kamil – geboren in Russland, studierend in Deutschland und mit großer Liebe zur Ukraine. Im Interview sprechen wir darüber, warum die Ukraine gerade in Bezug auf LGBTIQ Personen aus Russland so wichtig ist und warum sein Herz für beide Länder schlägt. Wir erfahren etwas über die Arbeit von "Munich Kyiv Queer" und wie man sich abgesehen von spenden noch engagieren kann, um Flüchtende aus der Ukraine zu unterstützen. Shownotes: https://munichkyivqueer.org/startseite https://www.maenner.media/gesellschaft/ausland/kyrill_putin_yuecel-pride-demonstrationen-fuer-ukraine-krieg-verantwortlich https://www.siegessaeule.de/magazin/verteidigung-der-ukraine-lgbtiq-im-milit%C3%A4r/ https://www.kyivpost.com/lifestyle/singer-melovin-comes-out-as-bisexual-in-historic-moment-for-ukraine.html Weitere Folgen unseres Audio-Podcast findet ihr unter: www.die-homos-von-nebenan.de
This episode is sponsored by Ninja Forms About Tracy Levesque: Tracy Levesque is the co-owner and co-founder of YIKES, Inc. a WordPress VIP agency located in Philadelphia. Certified Women and LGBT-owned, YIKES is also a proud B Corporation focusing on sustainable business practices and observing the triple bottom line: People, Planet, Profit. At YIKES you […]
While picking up their could-be-useful items, our adventurers learn of "good news" from the could-be-useful shopkeep. Then, heavy blizzards block their path to the North. The weather is so treacherous that extreme cold could cause our party of four to become three
Im Internet gibt es super viele Tests, um herauszufinden, welche Sexualität man* eigentlich hat. Wir haben so einen Test gemacht und uns außerdem auch noch über "typischen" Kennzeichen für Queerness unterhalten.
Gather round strangers, queer and pleasant. Come hear another episode of our ridiculous podcast. Starring Laura Kate Magnet-Dale & Jane Aerith Magnet-Dale. A couple of queer, trans ladies who enjoy being very very silly. In this episode: Vampire Survivors Disco Elysium The Batman Xenoblade Chronicles and more. You can get early access to episodes of PolyArmoury & Q&PS over on patreon.com/stonedmonkeyradio Q&PS t-shirts available here: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79965780 https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79965063 Also, if you'd like to pre-order our book - based on the awful nonsense of Supremacy Software, it's available here: unbound.com/books/whale
Umbrella Academy was renewed for a 3rd season! We can not wait to meet Viktor Hargreeves played by Elliot Page. We catch up and discuss what new with the Hargreeves, Klaus and Viktor. Lots to love about this show and what it represents since the days of Ellen Degeneres kissing Laura Dern. News BYU Student flashes her https://www.nbcnews.com/nbc-out/out-community-voices/student-reveals-rainbow-flag-graduation-gown-protest-byus-lgbtq-polici-rcna26060 (pride gown) https://www.nbcnews.com/nbc-out/out-pop-culture/gentleman-jack-creator-long-awaited-return-sapphic-period-piece-rcna25885 (HBO 'Gentlemen Jack') https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/02/25/president-biden-nominates-judge-ketanji-brown-jackson-to-serve-as-associate-justice-of-the-u-s-supreme-court/ (Justice Jackson) and why we still have to say color and gender instead of what and why they are more than qualified to serve Swap in https://www.npr.org/2022/05/05/1096942696/karine-jean-pierre-is-replacing-jen-psaki-as-white-house-press-secretary (US Press Secretary) - yes, color, gender and orientation was discusses rather than why they are qualified. - listen and you will understand. Check out https://www.goodgoodgood.co/search?query=lgbtQ (GoodGoodGood News) If you want to share your stories or questions please email us Queernundrum@queernundrum.com, that is a Queer Nun with a Drum dot com. OR connect with us on any of our social media platforms. Intro music by Jahzzar “Please Listen Carefully” "Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA" and Outro music by Scott Holmes “Acoustic Indie Folk” @ email@example.com. Editor: H. Greystone via FinalCut Pro Writer: G. Thoren Executive Producer: D. Greystone
It's Thursday, fruity hoes!For this week's shorty, Ashley and Ness give you a sneak peek of what's coming soon to Buy Me A Coffee. They talk about Gay Anthropologie and man spreading.The full episode reviewing how gay Ocean's Eight is will be coming soon to Buy Me A Coffee!That's it for this week's episode! Full-length episodes come out every other Tuesday. Shorties come out every other Thursday. See ya later, alligayzers!!Where to find us - https://solo.to/femalegayzepodLeave us a voicemail - (917) 408-3535Support the show
The early 1980s saw the sound of a new generation emerge from the loft parties and underground clubs of Chicago: House music. In spaces like the Warehouse and the Music Box, DJ's began to innovate around disco's four-on-the-floor beat, adding drum machines, deeper bass lines, and synths. At the time, Chicago had its first Black mayor, Harold Washington Jr., and there was optimism and energy in the air, a feeling of progress. After the racist and homophobic cultural attack symbolized by Disco Demolition night at Comiskey Park, for people of color and the queer community, house music was a safe haven. In this episode, Brian talks to Micah Salkind, author of Do You Remember House?: Chicago's Queer of Color Undergrounds; and pioneering House DJs and producers Jesse Saunders, Wayne Williams, and Marshall Jefferson.
In this week's episode, Julie and Grace are joined by Amelia Shelly from Peer Recovery Support to discuss the history of drug and substance usage in the Queer community. They examine how the nightlife has been pertinent to the Queer community in the past and should continue as a form of celebration. Amelia also gives advice and provides resources for folks who are interested in participating in these celebrations in a safe manner. View the transcription here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1g0UdzpJblBvyDrvxyy03XCK9koE1c6Xv/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=114893329341102946639&rtpof=true&sd=true Resources: Contact Peer Recovery Support: firstname.lastname@example.org The official website for LGBTQ+ resources in Portland: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/article/640042 Recovery support in Portland: https://shantipdx.com/our-favorite-lgbtq-addiction-treatment-and-recovery-services-in-portland/ QTBIPOC addiction and recovery resources: https://liveanotherday.org ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ For SHAC Counseling Services, please call 503-725-2800 or visit the website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/counseling Have any questions or feedback? Fill out our google form, feel free to shoot us an email, or slide into our DMs on Instagram! Google Form for Questions: https://forms.gle/obDVnDMGWPKUtJVm6 Email: email@example.com // Instagram: @psu_what (www.instagram.com/psu_what/) WHAT Website: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/what Virtual Mind Spa: https://www.pdx.edu/health-counseling/virtual-mind-spa
Lizy inspires pie cravings. Joseph enjoys a good mouth feel. We're back to talk about the queer sensation that's sweeping the nation! Stop what you're doing and put on your bifocals so we can discuss Heartstopper - the webcomic, and the Netflix adaptation.Music by John Bartmann: https://johnbartmann.com/Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/bifocalscast?fan_landing=true
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Hannah Strong (Little White Lies) for 1984's operatic epic (and the second leggiest movie in the-numbers.com's history – ooh!). They talk anachronistic historical pieces and why they rule, how this film inspired the likes of Sofia Coppola, the hit TV program Little Einsteins, religious repression and obsession, and why going to see your sworn enemy's operas every night might mean you're secretly in love with him.Follow us on Twitter!Follow Hannah on Twitter!Order Hannah's book! Sofia Coppola: Forever Young
Queer Vote Ontario is an historic coalition of 2SLBTQI+ organizations with an action plan to ensure queer and trans issues and solutions are on the agenda this election. Join us as the coalition's co-founder Fae Johnstone shares the behind-the-scenes of how one tweet got it all started, and why we speak better and louder when there are more of us in the room. Guest biography: Fae Johnstone is executive director and co-owner of Wisdom2Action (W2A) and based on unceded, unsurrendered Algonquin territory in Ottawa, Ontario. She is an experienced community engagement expert, diversity and inclusion consultant, and project manager. Over her past two years working with W2A, Fae has led local, provincial, and national initiatives focused on 2SLGBTQ+ community health and wellness, youth mental health, meaningful community engagement, and gender-based violence.
Queer visibility series. This is the third couple in the Birth Story visibility series. Amy Kate and Steph share about their fertility journey in this episode. All of the details on meeting with a social worker, the laws, insurance, and all the steps involved in an IUI to IVF journey with 2 egg retrievals as a same sex assigned at birth couple. Stick around for their Birth Story in Part 2 and how Steph did SNS feeding. Use code BIRTHSTORYFRIEND for $20 OFF Birth Story Academy if you are looking for online, self paced childbirth education from a seasoned doula!
On this week's Talkhouse Podcast, we've got a pair of guests who I can call legends without hesitation: Shirley Manson and John Doe. Doe is a founding member of the insanely influential punk band X, which started life way back in 1977 Los Angeles. They were part of a scene that leaned into hardcore punk, but X set itself apart by sneaking elements of country and Americana into their blistering records and live sets. And the chemistry between Doe and his co-lead singer Exene Cervenka was legendary: In fact, it still is. Though the band has split a few times over the years, they're still actively rocking all these years later, and in fact released a really great record in 2020, called Alphabetland—it was their first in about 20 years. Doe has also been an active solo artist as well, and he's got a great new album coming out May 20, 2022: It's called Fables in a Foreign Land, and it's a concept record whose tales take place in the 1890s. It's dark and folky, and includes some songwriting help from a bunch of amazing folks, including today's other guest, Shirley Manson. Manson of course is the singer and frontperson of Garbage, which she's been a part of steadily since the early 1990s. Garbage was formed by producer Butch Vig—he of Nirvana's Nevermind fame—and was a massive success right out of the gate, with hits like “Queer,” “Stupid Girl,” and “Only Happy When It Rains.” They even did one of the best James Bond themes in recent memory, “The World is Not Enough.” The band has released a steady stream of great records over the years, including last year's No Gods No Masters. A bonus track from that album, “Destroying Angels,” was written with and features both John Doe and Exene Cervenka, and an entirely different version of it also appears on this great new John Doe record. In this chat, Manson grills Doe on his intentions as a songwriter, and he asks her about Garbage's process as well. Manson wants to know whether Doe considers himself a singer or songwriter first, and she refers to Butch Vig more than once in her charming Scottish accent as "Butchie." They also talk about the afterlife, and how playing new music for the people closest to you can be a little deflating. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Shirley Manson and John Doe for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcast platform and all social media channels. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time! CORRECTION: May 12, 6:17 PM Shirley claims via Twitter that she never referred to Vig as “Butchie,” and upon further review of the tapes, it seems I was misinterpreting a breath as another syllable. Apologies to Ms. Manson!
This isn't therapy -- it's a discussion about foreboding joy. Coined by Dr. Brene Brown, foreboding joy is described as that moment when joy is interrupted by thoughts of “but what if something bad happens.” Jake and Simon discuss your submissions and unpack the major themes that emerged. Follow us on Instagram @notatherapypodcastJake Ernst: @mswjakeSimon Paluck: @directedbysimon Episode mixed by Jordan Paluck
Welcome to Episode 106! This week Mark & Casey are in rare form this week. They serving up the tea and volleying some of the big moments of pop culture from the week. This one's got some truth tells, some punchy paints, and gut busting hilarity! So open up your port vintage and let's get to painting!In this week's Trash Pick-Up, Mark & Casey are celebrating the birthday of a good friend and telling the tales from the events of the scheduled brunch. As is often the case, the brunch turned into cocktails afterward, then dinner, then snacks... then.... Then in this week's MidSection, The Boys are discussing their thoughts on the leak. Which leak you might ask?? The question is certainly valid considering all of the different leaks hitting us recently, but this specific one is from the Judicial branch of the government. It's shocking to say the least. Mark & Casey certainly have some thoughts and feelings on the subject, of course. What was leaked? Why? Who? How? Who is saying what? The Boys have it covered for you.Next up it's Trash Talk! Kicking off this week's segment Casey is bringing the tea about another leak from the week. This one is another in what seems to be a trend of content starring a House Of Representatives Republican who, let's just say, seems to have a whole different side that isn't in line with the party ideals. After that, Mark has the story out of Maine where someone thought they found a perfect disguise to be covert in a motel. What is it and did they get away with it? You'll have to check this one out for yourselves. Then, Casey is spilling the tea on a GoFundMe campaign started after a reality star loses a defamation lawsuit. Who is it and how much has the reality star raised? Listen up for this one! Then to close out this week's segment, Mark has been paying attention to some of the early primaries happening around the country and one in particular has really caught his attention. You will be shocked to learn why. Take a listen to find out this goodie.Finally in this week's recommendations (or is it wreck-o-mendations), Casey is recommending a new limited series just kicking off and Mark is recommending a new documentary for all you music theatre lovers, now streaming.You don't want to miss this one, Kids. So fill up a big helping of your port vintage and let's get ready to paint with this all new episode of, Painted Trash!=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Let The Boys of Painted Trash know your thoughts on this week's topics and episode!Have a topic idea or story you recommend for Trash Talk, be sure to send it in to our email or through the "contact us" on our website.Follow us on:Instagram: instragram.com/paintedtrashpodTwitter: twitter.com/paintedtrashpodFacebook: facebookcom/paintedtrashpodcastDon't forget to click Subscribe and/or Follow and leave us a review!email: firstname.lastname@example.org: www.paintedtrashpodcast.com
This week we were absolutely thrilled to welcome our first return guest, author and all around hun, Laura Kay! Laura joins us to talk about her new novel 'Tell Me Everything' which details the life and loves of therapist Natasha who goes on a journey of self-acceptance with many fun japes along the way. We talked to Laura about the theme of control, learning how to schedule your time as a full time writer and, of course, crisps. Plus, probably our best ever triple I Don't Agree With It. Don't miss this one! Tune in huns, and read the book! 'Tell Me Everything' is out 26th May and available in all good bookshops. Tracks of the Week: We Can't Stop X Where Is My Mind?, Miley Cyrus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxNawyxKMf0&ab_channel=MileyCyrusVEVO Tear Me Down, Hedwig and The Angry Inch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuk39tu10tc&ab_channel=SomeDaysYou%27reBarbra The Rhythm, Hatchie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2nZ_e0_jHc&ab_channel=HatchieVEVO
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, and demigirl work. Find out what that means to Anne in this episode. We also talk about not having a sense of belonging, feeling safe in your skin, self-soothing and meeting yourself where you're at, upholding meaning over language at all cost, how the gender binary is weaponised, that a new awareness of reality is often accompanied by a mourning process, looking at love languages through a different lens, and reframing the concepts of love, touch, and relationships. More on www.fiftyshadesofgender.com/anne
We natter about Margarita with a Straw, starring Kalki Koechlin and directed by Shonali Bose, telling the story of a horny Indian student with cerebral palsy. We're a serious podcast and have a sponsor, SquareSpace support us! Help make the podcast profitable by going to squarespace.com/queermovie, and by using the code 'queermovie' at checkout. This is a queer movie watch party for your ears, hosted by Rowan Ellis and Jazza John. Join us as we take a look at the queer film canon, one genre at a time. From rom-coms to slashers, contemporary arthouse cinema to comedy classics - Queer Movie Podcast is a celebration of all things queer on the silver screen! New episodes every other Thursday. Find Us on the Internet Super Highway - Twitter: https://twitter.com/QueerMoviePod - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thequeermoviepodcast - Website: http://www.queermoviepodcast.co.uk/ - Multitude: @MultitudeShows Production - Hosts: Rowan Ellis and Jazza John - Editor: Julia Schifini - Executive Producer: Multitude - Artwork: Jessica E. Boyd
Unseren Gast aus der heutigen Folge kennen vermutlich die meisten von euch: Aljosha Muttardi. Bekannt als veganer Koch, Youtuber, Arzt und nicht zuletzt auch als einer der Fab Five von Queer Eye Germany. In dieser Folge geht es um eine Reihe von Dates, die Aljosha in seinen frühen Zwanzigern hatte und die ihm rückblickend eines offenbart haben: Wie tief internalisierte Homo- und Transfeindlichkeit in uns allen steckt. Und, nicht wundern: Der Ton in dieser Folge klingt anders. Ricarda saß für die Aufzeichnung nämlich mal nicht im Studio, sondern beim Spotify All Ears-Event auf der Bühne und durfte dort vor Publikum zum ersten Mal eine 1.000 erste Dates-Liveaufzeichnung führen. Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/1000ersteDates
Welcome Back to the Podcast!This episode's conversation is all about the "HELP", when we need it, why we need it and what to do about it. So, if you've ever questioned your relationship with "Help" and wondered if you needed more and what that would look like, feel free to "help" yourself to this episode and follow along with us as we break this topic down for ourselves.The agenda for this episode“Is always to DIC' it down. Define, Impact, Cope. This episode we define what “help” is, and when, where, why and how you need it? then discuss the impact of giving and receiving, help or even the impact of not giving or receiving help. And lastly, how do we cope with “help” in our lives from here on out. We make each section clearly know so that you can follow along and have this conversation with us, with others, with yourself, so feel free to pause where you see fit to give you time to write, journal, or just reflect…or just keep listening…do you! Oh, and as always, if you vibe, we tribe! So, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We have exciting things in the works!We love to engage with Y'all, so be sure to let us know what you think or simply keep in touch by following us here:Business Email: email@example.comComments/share Mess: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @itsamesssispodcastFacebook: itsamesssispodcastTwitter: @itsamesssisYouTube: It's a Mess, Sis! (search for us!) This episode: https://youtu.be/cIgpnrUH_bY
Hello there! Shawn and Fernando are back this week to talk about one of their favorite places in the world...Trader Joe's! The two talk about their favorite items to pick up at Trader Joes, the dangers of grocery shopping on an empty stomach, and they also discuss the white-washing of ethnic foods at Trader Joe's.
This episode we're talking about cyborg sex hands, the constitutions of men who wrote the constitution, a song about masturbation, HSV2 and an open relationship, abortion safe havens, trans affirming health care becoming a straight up felony, and much more. RELEVANT LINKS AND NOTES With the Supreme Court Set to Overturn Roe, New York Prepares to Become an Abortion Safe Haven: https://www.thecity.nyc/2022/5/3/23056076/supreme-court-overturn-roe-v-wade-new-york-abortion-safe-haven Boom Lawyered Podcast: https://pod.link/1282116646/episode/2b8ca45c2bf955ec25742a87fed2ec3f Sisters in Law Podcast: https://pod.link/1551206847/episode/7438cbac2ff541a00f14f3874aa0aa6c IHU on the link between the movement to dismantle Repro Rights & Trans Rights:https://pod.link/1057045285/episode/19dfa1cb6e07deb47a8734c0dfe667cb Segment begins at 1:10:20 The Christian Legal Army Behind the Ban on Abortion in Mississippi: https://www.thenation.com/article/politics/alliance-defending-freedom-dobbs/ Anti Trans Hate Machine Podcast: https://translash.org/antitranshatemachine/ List of Abortion Funds: https://donations4abortion.com/ MERCH https://inner-hoe-uprising.creator-spring.com/ PAY A HOE Paypal.me/innerhoe https://www.patreon.com/InnerHoeUprising EMAIL email@example.com VOICE MAIL (404) 491-9158 MUSIC Love and light to the artists who have lent their music to the pod! Our opening is a remix of “Queen S%!T” by SheReal (https://soundcloud.com/shereal/04-queen-s-t-produced-by) We also play “Everyday” “Cat Comics” and “Yeah Yeah” wavghxst (https://twitter.com/wavghxst) SOCIAL MEDIA & HASHTAGS Use #InnerHoeUprising to keep up with this conversation on social media and let others know that you are listening. Inner Hoe Uprising | IG: @InnerHoeUprising | Twitter: @InnerHoeUprisin Akua | IG & Twitter: @heyyakuagirl Sam | IG & Twitter: @slamridd #black #woman #sex #feminist #womanist #Comedy #raunchy #queer #pride #quiltbang #sexuality #lgbtq #lgbt #funny #agender #transgender #nonmonagamy #feminism #intersectionalfeminism #kink #porn #BDSM #dating #love #relationships #blackwomen #blackpeople #podcast #sexualwellness #sexualhealth
Have you heard the term intersex? Do you know what it means? You might, or maybe you are not sure.Have you met an intersex person? You probably have and you didn't even know it. For all of us, it's time to be quiet and listen, It's time to learn.In this special episode, we want to give up the mic so-to-speak, and share with you the stories and insights of intersex people about everything from common misconceptions to what they wish you knew.Support the show
Strap in and strap-on for this VERY HORNY EPISODE!! Unflinchingly-authentic comedian and actor Abe Farrelly (Curb Your Enthusiasm; Netflix Is A Joke Fest) is back as our first ever post-transition guest! Abe discusses how his standup - which used to lean heavily on the butch lesbian jokes - was "a big tell" when it came to realizing he needed to transition, and how he sees comedy as an opportunity to educate audiences without lecturing them. He also shares the beautiful ways in which his parents have adjusted to his new identity, and how his 89-year-old, Catholic Mass-attending grandmother has become his biggest supporter! Plus, Abe reveals all of the surprising changes he has gone through since starting testosterone (spoiler alert: no tree stump is safe, and Rob Lowe is the only person who can make him cry).Follow Abe on Instagram at @abfarrelly, and on TikTok at @abefarrelly!
Queer witch, life coach, and former PhD candidate Stephanie Najjar incisively critiques capitalism and explains how its origins are colonial, racist, and gendered. Stephanie breaks down how capitalist ideology impacts small business owners, and what you can do in your business to subvert harmful paradigms and build a better future.
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In this episode, Savannah shares with Julie a somewhat bigoted and hateful meme that one of her neighbors posted on social media. They posted that until Jesus can be talked about in the classroom, gender shouldn't be. In the wake of Florida's "Don't Say Gay" bill which, in part, bans school administrators, counselors, and teachers from being able to discuss the gender and sexual diversity, the meme from someone who lives less than a hundred yards from where Savannah lives and records hit too close to home--both metaphorical and literally. What follows is a discussion of what both sides may be looking and hoping for with the passage/overturning of bills such as this one. Why is discussion of boy/girl as gender okay while any alternative to the social norms faces bans, censure, and discrimination? Why does sexual education start and end with biological boy meets biological girl? While Julie and Savannah usually stay away from politics and religion, this series of topics just hit too close to home. ------ SAVANNAH HAUK is the author of “Living with Crossdressing: Defining a New Normal” and “Living with Crossdressing: Discovering your True Identity“. While both focus on the male-to-female (mtf) crossdresser, “Defining a New Normal” delves into crossdressing and relationships and “Discovering Your True Identity” looks at the individual crossdressing journey. Her latest achievement is a TEDx Talk entitled "Demystifying the Crossdressing Experience". Savannah is a male-to-female dual-gender crossdresser who is visible in the Upstate of South Carolina, active in local groups and advocating as a public speaker at LGBTQ+ conferences and workshops across the United States. At the moment, Savannah is working on more books, blogs, and projects focused on letting every crossdresser–young and mature–find their own confidence, expression, identity and voice. IG @savannahhauk | FB @savannahhauk | FB @livingwithcrossdressing | web @livingwithcrossdressing.com ------ JULIE RUBENSTEIN is a dedicated ally to transgender community and the certified image consultant and co-owner of Fox and Hanger. F&H is a unique service for transgender women and male-to-female crossdressers that creates customized virtual fashion and style “lookbooks”. Julie intuitively connects with each client to find them appropriate clothes, makeup, hair, and shape wear all in alignment with their budget, body type, authentic style and unique personality. Julie also provides enfemme coaching and wardrobe support. Julie has made it her life's work to help MTF individuals feel safe and confident when it comes to their female persona, expression and identity. IG @Juliemtfstyle | FB @foxandhanger | web @FoxandHanger.com
A few episodes ago I spoke to the wonderful singer/songwriter Chris Pureka (and, if you haven't heard that chat yet go back and give it a wee listen - I'll still be here when you get back!). After we spoke Chris suggested that I get in touch with their friend, the artist Samantha Nye. Samantha's work is all about a fantasy history and a fantasy future of queer/lesbian pleasure utopias made from references of 1960s pop culture, and so she has lots to say about the importance of spaces in forming and expressing your identity. And, she's taking us back to the late 90s, when Samantha was a little baby-dyke and had just been invited to her first lesbian bar by someone she spoke to in an AOL chatroom (could anything be more late-90s than that?). We talk about representation, the difference between the gay scene and the lesbian scene, and a special surprise that Samantha got from her dad in a mystery lesbian bar that we need your help finding! So, listen on to find out more... Do you have any memories of Partners, or clubbing from your own queer scene that you want to share? Do you have any idea what the bar in Dania Beach is? Well, if you have please get in touch - I want to create the biggest online record of people's memories and stories - go to www.lostspacespodcast.com and find the section 'Share a Lost Space' and tell me what you got up to! Bonus points for embarrassing photos! You can also find me on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lostspacespod), Instagram (www.instagram.com/lostspacespod) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/lostspacespod) Find out more about Samantha and her wonderful art at https://samanthanye.com/, or follow her on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/samantha_nye_studio/). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/k-anderson/message
Family, this is your favorite queer radio personality Anna DeShawn with our queer news for today. The queer news for today is that issa celebration. It's our 100th episode and I am just full of gratitude. This will be an unscripted episode. I want to just talk with ya'll about the last 100 episodes. About Queer News An intersectional approach to daily news podcast where race & sexuality meet politics, entertainment and culture. Tune-in to reporting which centers & celebrates all of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & comrade communities. Hosted by Anna DeShawn. 7 minutes a day, 5 days a week. We want to hear from you. Tune in and tell us what you think. email us at email@example.com. follow anna deshawn on ig & twitter: @annadeshawn. and if you're interested in advertising with “queer news,” write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/z-Ew6BrteLs NEW *Transcript available at www.aprilific.com/podcast/vibrantlife* Katie's word: Vivid Katie's Teachers: Gandhi, "Be the change you want to see in the world." Donnie Goodman, previously of Seattle Counseling Service, for giving permission to challenge clients. Marie Kondo Katie's List of ADHD Resources http://www.helpguide.org/home-pages/add-adhd.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM3azhiOy5E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uo08uS904Rg https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMensdgd9/ Some of Katie's Favorite Tik Tok accounts @catieosaurus @connordewolfe @domesticblisters Mentions Caroline with Ninth House Life: https://www.ninthhouselife.com/ Channeled messages on Medium.com: https://medium.com/soul-conversations The Secret Slob on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSecretSlob) Sign up for newsletter or check out free printables: https://thesecretslob.com/ Holisticism Hub and Free Offering Fridays. Join the free community here: https://holisticism.mn.co/share/uzfxKWOc-xofmlOe?utm_source=manual Gay vs queer and other labels Why use they/them pronouns Camp Ten Tree Lacey Free, Superpower Reading: https://www.laceyfree.com/offerings The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron (Bookshop affiliate link: https://bookshop.org/a/6377/9780143129257) *a portion of sale goes to support your local bookstore. The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook by Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer (Bookshop affiliate link: https://bookshop.org/a/6377/9781462526789) Astrology app The Pattern. Pea the Feary's Tik Tok video about worrying she'll run out of new things to say: https://tinyurl.com/2p8fta6f Human Design teacher Karen Curry Parker How to connect with Katie: www.vibrantlifenorthwest.com Ways to connect with April: Patreon.com/aprilific www.aprilific.com email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesandboxpod/message
Happy Tuesday, alligayzers!! And Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!For the movie this week, Ashley and Ness review The Handmaiden (Prime). A film with lots of twists and turns (I don't want to spoil anything just watch it). They later discuss toenails, mommy milkers, and vape juice.TW // microagression/racism toward japanese and korean people, hanging, suicide, sexual assault, physical assault, child abuse, child grooming, torture, blood, gore, psych ward, smothering That's it for this episode! Tune in for new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday! See ya later, alligayzers!!Where to find us - https://solo.to/femalegayzepodLeave us a voicemail - (917) 408-3535Support the show
Come on a journey with Mattie and Alex through the halls of Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital. Where, instead of surgery and drama, we're deep-diving into the trans character storylines. Show NotesThis is a long one pals. Back to our regularly programming later this month. With everything going on in the world we urge you to check out these resources: Planned Parenthood | Official Site The Trevor Project | For Young LGBTQ Lives American Civil Liberties Union Grey's Episode Summaries (Follow along!) Where the Boys Are | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom The Face of Change | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom The Great Pretender | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom ‘Grey's Anatomy's Transgender Storyline Had A Lot Of Important, Teachable Moments, But 1 Big Mistake 1-800-799-7233 | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Intern Parker Comes Out ‘Grey's Anatomy' Recap, Season 18 Episode 13 Kai and Meredith Grey's Character Summaries List of Grey's Anatomy characters - Wikipedia Donna Gibson | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Brian Weston | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Rosalind Warren | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Casey Parker | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Kai Bartley | Grey's Anatomy Universe Wiki | Fandom Trans Terms Glossary of Transgender Terms Vaginoplasty: Gender Confirmation Surgery Risks and Recovery FTM Top Surgery: Gender-Affirming Surgery, Keyhole, Double Incision Help Trans YouthThe Trevor Project | For Young LGBTQ LivesMedia Extras The On-Call Room Pod Alexandra Billings - Wikipedia Ryan Cassata (@ryancassata) • Instagram photos and videos V. Vieux - IMDb ‘Grey's Anatomy' Transgender Storyline Explained | Alex Blue Davis Interview – The Hollywood Reporter ‘Grey's Anatomy's Transgender Storyline Had A Lot Of Important, Teachable Moments, But 1 Big Mistake Is Alex Blue Davis Transgender? Meet the New Grey's Anatomy Actor! E.R. Fightmaster Talks Joining ‘Grey's Anatomy's “Extremely Flirty World” – Deadline Find Us on The InterwebsTwo Headed Girl is creating Queer Podcasts | PatreonThanks to our palsEditor: Quinn RoseMusic By: Seth BoyerArt By: Kevin Budnik and Kara Fagan
Professor Thia Cooper of the Department of Religion at Gustavus on growing up poor and Pentecostal as the daughter of a single mom in New Hampshire, traveling to the Soviet Union at age 16 as it was breaking up, her study of international relations at Brown University, the questions that led her from there to graduate work in development studies and then liberation theology, her understanding of theology and its feminist and liberationist iterations, her books Queer and Indecent about the theology of Marcella Althaus-Reid and A Christian Guide to Liberating Desire, Sex, Partnership, Work, and Reproduction, and why studying religion and the liberal arts is important. Note: Some two months after this episode was recorded, Professor Cooper won Gustavus's Faculty Scholarship Award, announced on Honors Day, May 7, 2022. Congratulations Dr. Cooper!
The unprecedented leak of an early draft of their ruling on a Mississippi abortion rights case reveals the U.S. Supreme Court's intention to overturn both of the key decisions that have guaranteed those rights — Roe vs. Wade and Planned Parenthood vs. Casey — with dire implications for the civil rights of LGBTQ people. Andy Humm and Ann Northrop (GayUSA) discuss the legal details with ACLU LGBTQ and HIV Project Director James Esseks; President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Senators Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell, Representative Pramila Jayapal and Secretary Hillary Clinton respond to the judicial crisis; late night television comedians Trevor Noah and Stephen Colbert satirize the political hypocrisy. (Pacifica Radio News/KPFA's Christopher Martinez contributed to this report.) And in NewsWrap: Sarajevo court slams anti-LGBTQ hate speech, Eswatini queer rights acknowledged in legal loss, Nigerians protest harsh anti-cross dressing bill, U.S. Justice fights Alabama's ban on trans healthcare, Floridians won't say pay for DeSantis' Disney retaliation tax, Louisiana's “Don't Say Gay” bill dies, alarming report finds half of U.S. queer kids consider suicide, Black lesbian makes White House Press Room history, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Sarah Montague and Melanie Keller (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the May 9, 2022 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/
Tiffany is back from the woods, Azealia Banks is back on Twitter, Emma Chamberlain's unfortunate choice of jewelry for the MET Gala is being overshadowed by Kim K's tribute to Marilyn Monroe, Beauty Guru Michelle Phan healed crippled man, Avatar may be starring YOU and GenZ is accruing debt to keep up with the new trends. LINKS! List of AH/JD abuse myths debunked : Deuxmoi Azealia Banks Returns to Twitter to Bash Men Who Can't Eat Pussy and the President of Ukraine https://twitter.com/Azealiaishere/status/1523386970553995265?s=20&t=JwKzilffZRL-NHAimD4IdA Emma Chamberlain wears Maharaja of Patiala's Cartier Diamond Choker Galtsconditioning wonders if TikTok can sell the images of people who use the Avatar filter to the studio The stats here on Klarna/Afterpay are horrifying… 73% of Gen Z purchases are for fashion, 43% of them miss a payment. There's basically a subprime loan crisis bubbling for Shein 'Buy now, pay later' is sending the TikTok generation spiraling into debt, popularized by San Francisco tech firms Screenshots from Michelle's IG Stories A Top YouTube Beauty Guru Has an Ugly History of Peddling Pseudoscience Bullshit From Makeup Tutorials to a Cult — What's up With These Rumors About Michelle Phan? What is this about Michelle Phan being in a bdsm cult!?!? Anyone got the details? Via Reddit r/beautyguruchatter Beauty and Fashion Youtuber Princess Mei/Mei Yan/Rotten Mei deletes new Poly relationship “Queer&A” after concern for the safety of her and her young following Via r/beautyguruchatter @buildyourcastle on Twitter breaks down the Princess Mei BDSM / Poly Scandal
Would you be chill with dating someone who votes differently to you? Or are someone's political views a deal breaker? In this episode, we work out how to chat politics with your partner if you keep arguing about it. Plus, you'll hear from ex-Bachie contestant and Labor staffer Alisha Aitken Radburn about what she learnt from her relationship with her young Liberal ex. For questions or topic suggestions email firstname.lastname@example.org or dm us @triplejthehookup https://www.instagram.com/triplejthehookup
Context for future historians: the world is currently ON ONE. Things are looking pretty dark right now. But if there's one theme for this week's episode, it's that we've been here before and we will fight again. This week, Kris and Tara go hard. Kris talks about her moving experience supporting queer kids who were targeted by parents at their school. And watch out supporters of Friends, Pretty Woman and Batman (individually or all together, you know who you are), because Kris is coming in hot with some blistering takes on your formative cinema. Tara details her trip from reading Jonathan Van Ness's new book to digging into the queer history of her hometown and do you know what she finds? We've been here before. We'll do it again. Despite the darkness and the erasure, these books, films, games, and everything that Kris and Tara recommend or talk about on this show are the result of queer lives coming to light. Queer isn't new. It's old as bones. None of us is alone. If you enjoy this episode, please consider buying Kris & Tara a Ko-fi! Transcript coming soon Official Recommendations Kris's official recommendation for this week is the British coming-of-age romantic series, Heartstopper, which follows Charlie Spring, a gay schoolboy who falls in love with someone he sits next to in class, Nick Nelson. She (and so many other people) say it's ADORABLE. This week, Tara recommends the 2018 documentary Mapplethorpe, which tracks the Robert Mapplethorpe from his rise to fame in the 1970s to his untimely death in 1989. Mapplethorpe was a photographer best known for his black-and-white photographs and his controversial works that detailed the gay male BDSM subculture of New York City in the late 60s and early 70s. Works/People Discussed Truth and Measure/Above All Things by Roslyn Sinclair All That Matters by Susan X Meagher While You Were Sleeping (1995) Luca (2021) Ambulance (2022) The State of Modern Action Films The Batman (2022) Love That Story: Observations from a Gorgeously Queer Life by Jonathan Van Ness Womontown | A Kansas City PBS Documentary Listen to the episode Watch this clip
Welcome to Bloc'd Season 2! In today's episode, The Triad are joined by our special guest Marlin @luvn_me_mc10! The topic? People Pleasing. The cause? Click play to find out!To keep up with the show & our host, follow us @blocdpodcast!This show was produced & edited by Chris, for OVEN.Vision Podcast Network.Music provided by Bobby Bacardi. Follow him @keepitonthediel or visit their website at keepitonthediel.comSupport the show
Agents Scott and Cam, along with guest operatives David Lowbridge-Ellis of the Licence to Queer blog and Alan J. Porter, co-author of The James Bond Lexicon and co-host of On Her Majesty's Secret Podcast, board a flying saucer to SMERSH headquarters to tackle the extravagant 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale. Directed by Val Guest, Ken Hughes, John Huston, Joseph McGrath, Robert Parish and Richard Talmadge. Starring Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, David Niven, Orson Welles, Joanna Pettet, Woody Allen, Daliah Lavi and Deborah Karr. David's writing can be found at Licence to Queer. The Licence to Queer podcast is available on all major platforms. The James Bond Lexicon, as well as Alan's other books, can be purchased on Amazon. Check out On Her Majesty's Secret Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
My friend Devorah Stucki (graduates May 2022 in Bioinformatics at the age of 19) joins us to share her story. Devorah focus on two main aspects of her story. The first aspect is becoming aware she is lesbian by the end of High School and the second aspect is her experience at BYU. Devorah talks honestly about the challenges of being queer at a BYU student. As we hear difficult experiences, it is a chance for us how we can improve things for queer Latter-day Saints in our circle of influence. Devorah also talks about her decision to come out publicly and her advice to queer student consider or at BYU. Thank you, Devorah for being on the podcast and your courage to share your story. You've accomplished much in your short life and have a great life ahead of you
Saluton, estas mi Tyson Saner and I will be your host for this episode of Succotash that numbers 304. Last week in Epi303, my co-host and your more-or-less every-other-show host Marc Hershon brought you a "Chats" episode that featured a conversation with Pat Hazell, who — as described by Mr. Hershon in last week's episode description — "is a multi-hyphenate threat as they used to say: comedian-writer-director-producer, and (as of the pandemic)host of a soundcast called Creativity in Captivity. It's a terrific episode with some fascinating conversation and I encourage you to listen to it when you get the chance, assuming you have not already done so. Succotash also has a format that we refer to as "Clips" episodes and this one that you are listening to right now is one of those. This week I went out and clipped a trio of other people's soundcasts for you. I've got clips from the shows Hello Wonderful, Prolly Shoulda Known Better, and That Happens. I've also got a classic commercial from our longtime FAKE sponsor Henderson's Pants'; Republfit Pants for you, just in time for the midterm primaries! CLIPS Hello Wonderful Dr. Terry Dornak, PsyD (a member of the Queer Community herself) chats with a different guest from the queer community each week as they tell a story from their life. She's looking to fight and break stigma and stereotypes about the Queer/LGBTQ+ community with the stories revealed on the show. "It is time we take back the power that has been taken from the Queer community," writes Dr. Dornak in the show's description. The clip is from the episode that dropped back on April 23rd, 2022, entitled "Hmm, Would I Rather Get Lost in the Amazon or Deal with Florida Politics?" The guest is Jayme Bean: an author, parent, traveler, zookeeper, and reluctant fireworks watcher. Her book, Untouched, is a queer adventure novel that tell the thrilling journey of 2 graduate students who are lost in the Amazon. Beware of curses, animals, bugs, and Bi-sex oh my! Prolly Shoulda Known BetterAs the show description says, this soundcast is celebrating comedy that has aged very poorly. Hosted by Nadia Vazquez and Tony Ginocchio. Our clip is from the show from December 22, 2021 when Tony and Nadia closed out the Disney season with a Christmas selection from the Disney+ era, and a prime example of current-world Disney cranking out worthless chum for their endless content scroll, starring a “worthless chum” in the form of a British child actor with negative charisma, surrounded by talented comedians who try so hard to save this movie and fail miserably. That Happens The show's description says it all, mostly: "Rising from the ashes like some sort of podcasting phoenix, hosts Jeff B. Davis (Whose Line is it Anyway?) and Spencer Crittenden (Harmontown) embark on the most courageous and groundbreaking mission ever conceived: Talking into microphones. Join our heroes as they fearlessly wade into a myriad of topics and takes as they crack wise and make merry, with and without special guests. Oh, also they play dungeons and dragons sometimes. That happens! A podcast!" We clip a chunk from the June 10th, 2021, episode "Side Character Eyes". By the time you reach the end of the show, I do hope you find something to enjoy in all of this. Maybe you will be inspired to seek out more content from the soundcasts featured in this program, maybe you will be inspired to start your own soundcast…and if you do, and I happen to hear it…I just might clip it for a future episode of Succotash. It's hard to say… BTW, I have a newer soundcast that I've been trying to put together for a couple years now. It is more-or-less geared toward mental health and wellness and It's called Happiness or Something Like It. It actually debuted as a ".5" episode of another soundcast I host with a friend of mind called Hunter Block. At any rate, you can find the YouTube version of it posted here. In the meantime, thank you for listening, be decent to each other, and if someone happens to ask if you'd heard anything interesting lately and we spring to mind won't you please pass the Succotash? — Tyson Saner
We should probably start by saying there were bubbles and there was attitude. You can blame the champagne for the tangents, and a certain someone for the go-offs. Emmett dazzles his clients and gets a chance to step in front of the camera again. Fully clothed this time! Tired of the same old, same old, Ted starts working on a new look. Brian rebuilds Babylon, but the boys do not come. Michael challenges the custody arrangement he has with Melanie and Lindsay. Ken and E'Shel threaten violence, but no Novotny-Bruckners were harmed during this episode. Also, Justin is home!!!!!
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