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Demystifying Pronouns In this episode, Heather Hester and her 15-year-old daughter Grace have a thoughtful and enlightening discussion about pronouns. Grace has wisdom far beyond her 15 years, and yet is acutely in touch with the teenage experience. If you are curious about how to use pronouns properly and what they mean, this is the episode for you!
Best TTRPG Podcasts With LGBTQ+ Players Long gone are the days when your tabletop roleplaying table was only populated by heterosexual, cisgender people. Vurbl has compiled podcasts of TTRPGs that feature players of genders and sexualities across the spectrum. From Dungeons and Dragons to Monster of the Week, Dimension 20 to Godsfall, there's sure to be something to spice up your next listening adventure. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
What It's Really Like To Come Out As LGBTQ+ For children struggling to express their true identities, coming out to their family and friends can be everything from difficult to liberating. Hear these podcasts featuring stories from LGBTQ+ people on what their experience was like recognizing their true selves and sharing it with their loved ones. Hear these coming out stories from podcasts like Sex Ed The Musical and Equality Education and celebrate National Coming Out Day by listening to what the experience is truly like. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
What Do LGBTQIA+ TV Stars and Creators Think About Representation? Presented by Outfest, The Outfronts was a digital festival held during Pride Month 2021 to celebrate the most exciting LGBTQIA+ programs on TV. Listen to memorable, meaningful, and entertaining moments from The Outfronts about shows like The Wilds, Star Trek: Discovery, Clarice, The L Word Generation Q, and more. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
The OutFronts 2021 Panels: LGBTQIA+ Representation on Television The OutFronts is a five-day digital festival that kicked off Pride Month in 2021 (from June 4th through June 8th) to connect fans with all things LGBTQIA+ in television. The festival is filled with free panel discussions and exclusive members-only premieres featuring the talent from some of the most exciting LGBTQIA+ programs available on television today. Features lively discussions about The Wilds, Star Trek: Discovery, Clarice, The L Word Generation Q, and more. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
9 Podcast Episodes for LGBTQ+ Parents We're celebrating LGBT parents by showcasing their stories and experiences. From discussions about fertility to raising children, Vurbl has compiled some of the best LGBTQ+ parenting podcasts like the Gayest Show on Birth and Diversitea. Parenting is no cakewalk, but Vurbl's got you covered! Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
Best Fictional Audio Dramas With LGBTQ+ Representation From horror to fantasy, and plain romance, Vurbl has compiled audio dramas with LGBTQ+ characters. Hear all the fictional audio podcasts you can handle with popular shows like the Penumbra Podcast, The Strange Case of Starship Iris, The Bloodcrow Stories, and more. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
Step by Step: Audio of LGBTQ+ Untold Histories This playlist contains snippets from a collection of interviews with LGBTQ+ activists throughout American history. Listen in to hear how these activists endured harassment, discrimination, and worse as they strived towards a brighter future. Hear Larry Kramer describe how he challenged the Navy's ban on gay service members or Ruth Simpson's struggle against police surveillance. Or, hear Nancy Walker recall her very first March on Washington, and how proud she was of her movement and her country. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
8 of the Best Podcasts like The Two Princes If you liked The Two Princes podcast, you might these 8 podcasts full of magic, adventure, and romance. Each snippet in this playlist features a talented cast of actors bringing a fictional world to life. These snippets explore genres like fantasy, science fiction, noir, and more! So listen in to find your next favorite podcast! Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
What Does It Mean To Be Nonbinary? With Demi Lovato recently coming out as non-binary, waves of people are asking this question! Interestingly enough, genders outside of the binary of man and woman have existed for all of written history; to the Sumerians and ancient Egyptians from as early as 2000 BCE. Luckily for all of us, there are plenty of non-binary folks nowadays who are happy to explain what being non-binary means to them: Jonathan Van Ness, Rhea Butcher, and Alok Vaid-Menon to name just a few. We could all benefit from learning new things every now and then! Here are podcasts talking about living outside of the gender binary and helping people understand what it means to be nonbinary. Vurbl LGBTQ+ Interviews, Stories, and More
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We're Having Gay Sex After 10 years of serial monogamy, comedian Ashley Gavin, trades in her u-haul for a life of sleeping around and documents every gritty detail of her queer experiments in this podcast. Always in fear of being cancelled, Ashley is aided by her queerest friends, Kate Sisk, known as the "Cancel Coach", and the "Youth in the Soundbooth" Gara Lonning, equipped with a gen-z themed soundboard, to call Ashley out on her BS. Together they interview people from all over the gender and sexuality spectrums (from straight to gay and cis to trans) about their sex lives. And yes straight people, you will find out what lesbian sex is.

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Queer Words Podcast Queer Words is a podcast of conversations with queer-identified authors about their works and lives hosted by Wayne Goodman
Talk Out Loud, Where LGBTQIA+ People Proudly Share Their Stories Talk Out Loud is a podcast where the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, ally plus community has center stage to tell their stories. Through sharing our experiences we celebrate accomplishments and learn from one another. Together we become empowered and reminded that anything is possible.

We discuss topics ranging from coming out, to sexuality, gender, race, agency, spirituality, letting go of fear, embracing your dreams, love, relationships, confidence, bridging gaps between people, enlightenment, and much more.

Each episode features a new guest that brings a unique perspective from their life where we hope that you may hear a resemblance of your story in theirs.
Just Breathe: Parenting Your LGBTQ Teen Do you have a child, teen, or young adult who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer? Do you feel alone in your effort to support them on their journey or navigate your own? Heather Hester from Chrysalis Mama is here to transform the conversation around loving and raising an LGBTQ+ teenager. In the four+ years since her son embraced his sexual identity as a gay teen/young adult, Heather and her family have felt every emotion, and have experienced dozens of situations ranging from heartwarming and humorous to terrifyingly life-threatening. She and her husband initially felt alone and overwhelmed, moving her to want to support others traveling a similar path. She desires to discuss taboo topics and erase stigmas surrounding the coming out process and parenting an LGBTQ+ teen. Heather's approach is based on four pillars - to Embrace, Educate, Empower, and Love - and most of all, to reinforce to all LGBTQ people, their families, and their allies that they are not alone!
Sibling Rivalry Monét X Change, Miss Congeniality of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 and winner of AS4 and Bob The Drag Queen, winner of Season 8 (she won the first time) are not actually siblings but they are the intensely hilarious comedy duo with infectious chemistry behind the hit podcast Sibling Rivalry.

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History is Gay History is Gay is a podcast that examines the underappreciated and overlooked queer ladies, gents, and gentle-enbies that have always been there in the unexplored corners of history. Because history has never been as straight as you think.

Follow us on social media! @historyisgaypod on twitter, historyisgaypodcast on tumblr, and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts!
The Forbidden Apple Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence.
Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life.

Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
GayV Club Tune in to hear two queer people of colour discuss LGBT film and television. Series created by Merryana Salem, a Lebanese-Aboriginal bisexual woman, and Durr-e-'Adan Haque, an Indonesian-Pakistani non-binary lesbian.
The Husbands with Paul and Jeff Well they asked for it and now they have it: marriage. Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo are best known for being plaintiffs in the landmark case that wound its way to the Supreme Court of the United States successfully overturning Prop. 8 ?€“ restoring marriage equality to California. As regular contributors in the media, they have become trusted voices beyond the marriage equality movement. Recently Paul and Jeff have proven that audiences love hearing about newly married same-sex couples and all things Equality, Entertainment and Engagement (both for marriage and for becoming an Accidental Activist). Their recent hit test series on SirusXM radio was received to much success based on their ability to carry a show all on their own. Exploring the world of marriage for a newlywed couple after years of a legal battle to be married proves insightful, enlightening and many times hilarious. Beyond that, very popular segments like "Don't Be Dumb at Dinner" condenses and informs on the 5 things you need to know.