Ashley and Gara from "We're Having Gay Sex" have YouTube royalty, legend, and icon Shannon Beveridge on to talk about everything she's been up to (hint: it's not YouTube). But you all know the 2006 cult classic "Stick It" starring Missy Peregrym, right? Is it maybe just a little gay? Maybe?
*SPOILER ALERT* This is the final episode of "To L and Back", a recap podcast of the lesbian show we love to hate and hate to love, "The L Word". Riese and Carly watch and recap every single episode and have finally reached the finale. So make sure to go all the way back and rewatch with them!
"Queer As Fact" probably introduces a lot of us to one of the pioneers of the trans rights movement in Iran, Maryam Khatoon Molkara. In her many interviews, she spoke about the queer scene in Tehran in the 1970s, her incredible velvet suit, and the fight for trans rights in her country.
Leigh (@lshfoster) and Ellie (@elliebrigida) dive into Elena Undone for this Lez-ssentials episode, a recurring segment on the essential movies and TV shows in the lesbian canon
In this episode, Gretchen and Leigh talk about Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist best known for her many self-portraits and for works inspired by nature and Mexico. She may be known for her unibrow, but did you also know she tended to sleep with her husband's mistresses?
Melissa and Pelayo speak with Mandi Rice, a chaplain and the founder of the Queerituality project. Mandi traveled around the US, with her project Queerituality, interviewing folks who were trying to reconcile their queerness and spirituality.
The lads explore the ever-present medium of fake news, prompted by Trump’s truly chaotic suggestion of injecting disinfectant into the body to combat Coronavirus last spring. From lies told by the now-former US President to Irish mammy's spreading rumors through Whatsapp, listen to I'm Grand Mam.
Merryana and Durr-e-'Adan have a 2020 Year in Review in this episode of GayV Club. See if your favorite LGBTQ film made their list, and find new movies and documentaries to watch!
In this week's episode, Maya and guest, Professor Brian Hu, talk about representation, the history of AsAm film, and how the Asian American experience is inherently a queer one.
The year is 1884. The Kingdom of Buganda has a new King, Kabaka Mwanga II. He is a teenager and everybody’s talking about him, his sexuality, and the young men in his court. Afroqueer tells the stories of Queer Africans from across time and across the continent.