That's So Raven Symone & Miranda Maday

That's So Raven Symone & Miranda Maday

America's Next Top Bisexual w/ Marvin Cortes

Marvin Cortes was the runner-up on cycle 20 of the modeling competition show, “America’s Next Top Model.” He was always caught flirting with the girls competing on the show and even ended up in a short relationship with Renee Bog-wah-deen at the end of the season. Which is part o ...  Show more

Vampires and Guys with Snake Tattoos w/ Saro

Today we’re talking with Saro, spelled s-a-r-o, an LA-based R&B-pop artist. Saro, AKA Evan Windom, is an independent artist who’s moody tracks live up to his name as he belts out lyrics like “love is pain.” Recently, Saro began to openly sing about the men he has dated. Like his ...  Show more

Pray Away w/ Randy Thomas

So today, we’re doing something a little different on the Pride podcast. I connect with Anne Heche and Heather Duffy, hosts of the Better Together podcast, who introduce me to Randy Thomas. Randy, one of the subjects of Netflix's "Pray Away", was the former vice-president of Exod ...  Show more

Liberated From Hollywood w/ Alyson Stoner

Like many child actors, Alyson has since spoken out about the intense conditions of her childhood and how she barely escaped the toddler-to-trainwreck pipeline. Today, she lives a pretty ordinary life. She’s furniture shopping for her new home, going to the farmers market on the ...  Show more

Black Gay Weddings w/ Lawrence & Michael Broughton

When you were little, you probably pictured what your wedding day would look like. So when the day finally arrives to plan your big day, it’s a big deal. If a large celebration is your thing, then you’ll probably look for vendors and color schemes and outfits. This is exactly wha ...  Show more

Fitness Pop Star: Caleb Marshall

Based in Los Angeles California, Caleb Marshall found a way to combine his love for pop music and dancing into an actual workout routine. He posts short videos online of him dancing along to some of today’s hottest hits. But a younger Caleb would have never pictured himself as a ...  Show more

Love-All w/ Lendale Johnson

Lendale Johnson made headlines as America’s first openly gay professional tennis player. But not everyone saw his coming out as something to be celebrated. Lendale’s sexuality affects his life everyday, on and off the court. And it nearly destroyed his relationship with his mom. ...  Show more

Black Trans Liberation w/ Raquel Willis

In 2021, we’ve come a long way with queer representation but people are still losing their lives every single day just for being trans. Today we speak to Raquel Willis, a writer, editor and activist for Black, Queer and Transgender communities. She’s the former executive editor o ...  Show more

Actions Are Louder Than Words w/ Todrick Hall

He kicked off his singing career and gained national attention when he performed on season 9 of “American Idol.” After making it as far as the semi-finals, he went to the Broadway stage and landed iconic roles like Lola in “Kinky Boots” and Ogie in “Waitress.” He’s collaborated w ...  Show more

Keeping Faith w/ VINCINT

Today we talk with Vincint Cannady, known by the mononym VINCINT, a singer and songwriter who adds some hope to the relationship between the LGBTQ+ community and the religious community. VINCINT was raised Baptist and found allyship and acceptance within his community through his ...  Show more

Pride is Life w/ Wrabel

Churches can decide to banish someone because of illegal activity, physical abuse, or abandonment. To the church, someone who has been excommunicated has committed a grave offense that caused this person to be separated spiritually from the church. For Stephen Wrabel, it was beca ...  Show more

ENCORE - The Queer History of the United States: Part 1

In school, they continue to teach history as a way to examine the past and how it has shaped relationships between societies and people. But how much queer history was covered in these lessons? Today, we’re going back in time — again — to explore the rich history of queer people ...  Show more

LEGO: Everyone Is Awesome w/ Matthew Ashton

Where did the idea of pink toys and blue toys come from? And what effect do these different toys have on kids as they grow up? Today we chat with Matthew Ashton, the Vice President of design at LEGO, who helps us walk through the past, present and future of gendered toys.Be sure ...  Show more

LGBTQ Healthcare w/ A.G. Breitenstein

Finding health care as a queer individual can be terrifying. Sometimes it can feel impossible. The system is often ignorant to the LGBTQ community. And any queer-competent healthcare providers can be hours away by drive or months away by appointment. That’s why A.G. Breitenstein ...  Show more

Daredevil Bisexual, Jason Ellis

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Jason Ellis definitely doesn't look like what most people would think of when they try to picture a stereotypical bisexual man. So when Jason came out, he received some heat from his listeners. People wanted him to shut up about his sexuality and ...  Show more

Where Science and Queerness Meet w/ Daniel Pfau

Today, Daniel is here to explain their discoveries about the history of queerness and what place the LGBTQ community has in the world of science.Be sure to follow Dr. Pfau on Twitter!Your host is Levi Chambers, co-founder of Gayety.Follow the show and keep up with the conversatio ...  Show more

Inner Child w/ Brian Falduto

Brian Falduto has a slew of titles under his belt. He was a child actor alongside Jack Black, he has a career in country music, he’s a life coach, oh and he’s thinking about writing a children’s book. But today, we talk to Brian about what really got him to this point in his life ...  Show more

ENCORE - Trans Power Couple: Jake & Hannah Graf

In honor of Mother's Day in the US, here is a rebroadcast featuring Hannah Graf's story as a trans mother along with trans husband and father, Jake Graf. Love to all trans parents out there!------There are lies people tell us to keep us in line. You’ve heard them. Some are relati ...  Show more

Everyone Deserves to Have a Superhero w/ Andrew Deman

It wasn’t until the ‘80s that the Marvel Universe started to introduce queer characters to their stories and it was another 10 years before any characters were able to fully acknowledged their sexuality and actually say “I am gay.” Today, we are joined by Dr. Andrew Deman, a Univ ...  Show more