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LGBTQ+ podcasts to add in your list


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LGBTQ+ podcasts to add in your list

We have explored the countless ways that media portrays the queer experience through movies, TV shows and books. If you’re too busy to sit down for a weekend binge of Netflix’s Heartstopper or read through the gut-wrenching queer romances on your bookshelves — perhaps podcasts might be just the right way for you to dive into understanding queerness. From personal anecdotes to cultural commentary, there is a range queer-centric podcasts offering varying perspectives that educate, entertain, and empower listeners. Whether you’re seeking to expand your knowledge, connect with the LGBTQ+ community, or simply enjoy some captivating storytelling – there’s an LGBTQ+ podcast out there for everyone.

The Sewers of Paris

This podcast dives into the personal stories of LGBTQ+ individuals and the pop culture that shaped their lives. Host Matt Baume interviews guests about the books, movies, TV shows, and music that impacted their queer journeys, creating a nostalgic and heartfelt exploration of queer culture and identity. Through engaging conversations, Baume skillfully navigates the interplay between personal anecdotes and broader cultural contexts, creating a narrative that both celebrates the impact of LGBTQ+ representation in media and highlights the challenges faced by queer individuals in a predominantly heteronormative society. By exploring the various forms of media that have shaped the queer experience, Baume emphasizes the importance of representation and the power of storytelling in fostering understanding, empathy, and social progress.

Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot combines literature, pop culture, and personal stories to explore the intersection of queerness and identity. Hosted by a diverse panel of LGBTQ+ writers and artists, the podcast delves into thought-provoking discussions on sex, race, mental health, and the complexities of navigating the queer world. At its core, “Food 4 Thot” is a celebration of diverse voices and perspectives within the LGBTQ+ community. It is an engaging and enlightening podcast that pushes boundaries and sparks important conversations. By seamlessly weaving together literature, pop culture, and personal narratives, the hosts provide a platform for queer voices to be heard, creating a space where listeners can laugh, learn, and feel seen. 

Queering Desi

India is slowly opening up to the LGBTQ+ community only after the 2018 verdict — but queer people have proudly existed since long before. Queering Desi is a podcast hosted by Priya Arora that aims to provide a platform for queer South Asians to share their stories, experiences, and perspectives. The podcast delves into the complex intersection of culture, identity, and queerness, offering a space for open and honest conversations. Each episode features interviews with individuals from diverse backgrounds and identities, including LGBTQ+ activists, artists, writers, professionals, and everyday people. Priya Arora engages with her guests in thought-provoking discussions, exploring topics such as coming out, navigating family dynamics, embracing cultural heritage, and challenging societal norms.

Making Gay History

Making Gay History is an extraordinary podcast hosted by Eric Marcus that takes listeners on a captivating journey through LGBTQ+ history. With a focus on personal narratives, the podcast provides an intimate and compelling exploration of the lives of LGBTQ+ trailblazers and activists who have played a pivotal role in shaping the LGBTQ+ rights movement. The heart of the podcast lies in the use of archival interviews, some dating back to the 1960s, which offer a rare glimpse into the experiences, struggles, and triumphs of these individuals. Marcus skillfully weaves together these recordings with his own insightful narratives, providing historical context and offering a deeper understanding of the LGBTQ+ rights movement.

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Queer Sex Ed

Queer Sex Ed is an informative and inclusive podcast hosted by Sarah and Eva that aims to provide comprehensive and accessible sex education from a queer perspective. The podcast addresses the significant gap in inclusive sex education specifically tailored to the needs and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community. The hosts delve into a wide range of topics related to sexual health, consent, relationships, and pleasure, offering valuable insights, practical advice, and expert interviews. By centering the experiences and concerns of LGBTQ+ individuals, “Queer Sex Ed” acknowledges and addresses the unique challenges and considerations that arise when discussing sex and relationships within the queer community.

Keeping it Queer

This podcast, hosted by Navin Noronha and Farhad Karkaria explores a wide range of LGBTQ+ topics, providing a platform for open and honest conversations about queer experiences, challenges, and triumphs. With a mix of humour, vulnerability, and insightful discussions, Navin and Farhad engage with a diverse range of guests, including activists, artists, professionals, and community leaders. With its conversational and lighthearted approach, “Keeping it Queer” strikes a balance between entertainment and advocacy. The hosts share personal anecdotes, engage in witty banter, and inject humor into the discussions, making the podcast accessible and engaging for a wide range of listeners.

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