We released a list of books to read at the end of March for those interested in getting started with polyamory and non-monogamy. These resources go beyond books to blogs, podcasts, movies… so here are eight podcast episodes to get you started on polyamory and non-monogamy during this lockdown!
Find out who Riese ships with Baby-Sitter’s Club founder Kristy Thomas on this week’s Queery podcast!
This is the science fiction black people rarely get to star in, but I’m still a little wary.
“Don’t Tell the Babysitter Mom’s Dead” is a beautifully produced podcast for anyone interested in exploring themes of family and loss, but especially for people looking to connect to another queer soul who lost their mom young.
News and politics podcasts are important, but sometimes you just need to listen to something else.
Our pals Kathy Tu and Tobin Low chatted with Tegan and Sara before their recent NYC show. You can listen right now, right this very second.
These podcasts are for the chingonas, the jotxs, and the baddass Latinxs who need some audio magic in their lives.
Cameron Esposito has risen to the occasion of this frightening moment in our political landscape, with compassion and a whole lot of laughter.
Kathy Tu and Tobin Low create a sound-venture of queerness from the perspective of two Asian-American homogays. And now, they have an episode in which Kathy goes to A-Camp for the first time.
If you’re having trouble shaking the feeling that all of your media feeds are one giant grief orgy, try changing the pace of what you take in. Not even the content, necessarily — just the rate. Podcasts are an easy way to do that: 30 to 60 minutes later, you’re done, informed, and ready to fight your next battle.
A reader writes: “I want frank, in-depth discussion — I’m still not really ready for jokes. Any thoughts?”
It’s called Buffering the Vampire Slayer and there’s gonna be original song recaps in each episode. It’s true!
Have you all heard about this thing,”Hamilton?” I think it might be a play of some sort, perhaps something involving song and dance as well. People seem to really like it! Brittani Nichols has a podcast about it, in fact, and I demand you listen to it right meow.
Stitcher and Apple have weird apps for listening to podcasts; here are some alternatives to make your holiday travel more podcast-pleasing!
Podcasts hosted by queer women are guaranteed to brighten your commute. That’s a fact.
Being a gay woman-identified gamer often means finding almost nothing made for me on the usual internet sites. I have to dig for it.
This past month I spent over 80 hours driving long distances in a car and another 40 hours organizing and packing things into boxes, which meant I didn’t get a lot of reading done — BUT I SURE DID LISTEN TO A LOT OF PODCASTS! Here are some episodes for you to check out before we return to our regularly scheduled programming.
“If I was too much for certain places, I was going to create a place where it was wonderful to be exactly me. And for you to be 100% you — weird, honest, joyful, strange, excited, vulnerable and real. All the time.”
In the latest episode, DeAnne talks to Autostraddle’s NSFW Editor and Springsteenian-in-Residence Carolyn about the worst sex she’s ever had, her zine Lesbian Sexting, and where she goes to consume information on the Internet.
Did you know some people make entire Facebook albums about their adventures at Applebee’s?
DeAnne’s interview with Cee covers everything from Cee’s forever impressive list of accomplishments to the stuff Cee has yet to master, with a special segment on what Cee’s stocking up on in case of a massive earthquake that could decimate Portland.