12 LGBTQ Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

I used to listen to podcasts from the floor of my college dorm, just sitting and staring at my computer as a podcast — usually The Moth — played. Some faceless person, often states and countries away, was sharing their innermost secrets and it was utterly captivating. 

This was sometime around 2009. Having a smartphone, which I did not, was new and interesting, and by no means a necessity of daily life. A computer was the way to listen. This was also before queer and trans creators had so fully entered the podcast space as they have today. You used to have to rewind episodes when you heard someone mention their partner. Were they referring to a business partner or a lover? Was that a sibilant „s“? Did someone say Cherry Grove?

Queer and trans people were featured, but podcasts seemed most comfortable presenting our stories solely in relation to coming out, transitioning, or AIDS.

Now, we have officially entered The Golden Age of podcasts, many of which are explicitly, overtly, outrageously queer. These 12 are the best of the best and the queerest of the queer. 

2. LGBTQ&A

With the social and legal consequences that still come with being out today, with so few public examples of us, only a fraction of our stories are being told. And yet, some of the most important people in LGBTQ+ history are alive today. All of this lead me to create this podcast in 2016.

Our stories are the most powerful tools that we have. LGBTQ&A features weekly interviews with the most interesting and influential members of the LGBTQ+ community. Past guests include Pete Buttigieg, Roxane Gay, Kate Bornstein, Laverne Cox, and Trixie Mattel. 

Start here: Roxane Gays talks about soulmates, how she’s just entering into her sexual prime at 44, and why the stories of trauma her readers share keep her up at night.

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3 Making Gay History

Eric Marcus‘ interviews provide a roadmap to our community’s long history of resistance. Initially recorded for his 1992 book of the same name, Making Gay History documents the oral history of those on the frontlines of the LGBTQ movement from 1945-1990, including Randy Shilts, Evelyn Hooker, Vito Russo, Larry Kramer, and Ann Northrop. 

Making Gay History comes back for its fifth season on June 6th with all new episodes focused around Stonewall.

Start here: Talking about growing up as an effeminate child, leaving home at 10, and of course, Stonewall, this is a side of Sylvia Rivera you won’t hear anywhere else. 

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4. One From The Vaults

With the trans history podcast, One From The Vaults, Morgan M. Page has created a vital resource for the LGBTQ community. Page’s exquisitely researched interviews show how the history of trans people is threaded throughout the history of the world.

A trans history podcast might sound dull, maybe a little stuffy, but these histories are anything but boring. Take Reed Erickson, an eccentric millionaire who is considered the architect of modern trans healthcare. He also funded research into communication between humans and dolphins, and had a pet leopard named Henry that he would take everywhere, including planes for business trips. 

Start here: Click here to listen to the episode about Reed Erickson, „The Trans Howard Huges“. And click here to listen to the episode about Stormé DeLarverie, a butch, drag king, gender outlaw, who was at Stonewall during the rebellion, and later served as a bouncer at the famed New York City bar, The Cubby Hole. 

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7. To L And Back: An L Word Podcast

Screw the 50th anniversary of Stonewall: The L Word sequel is coming out this year and you need to be prepared.

Kristin Russo (author of This Is A Book For Parents of Gay Kids and host of the wildly popular podcast, Buffering The Vampire Slayer) and Riese Bernard (CEO and EIC of the essential online home for queer women, Autostraddle) are the perfect pair to take you through every episode of the iconic lesbian series. Bernard is a bonified L Word expert and Russo has only seen the series once, which as Bernard puts it, „in lesbian years, that’s like basically never having seen it at all“. 

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11. Disability After Dark

The creator of the viral hashtag, #DisabledPeopleAreHot, Andrew Gurza is here to remind the world that people with disabilities exist, despite what pop culture would lead you to believe, and they can have just as messy of sex lives as everyone else. Once you tune in, you’ll start to pick up on all of the ableism that exists in our daily lives, and how the majority of queer spaces are inaccessible to those with disabilities. 

Start here: Listen to Gimp On Grindr II as Gurza uses his trademark charm to walk us through all of the horrible things people have said to him on dating apps. 

12. Nancy

Nancy is an exploration of what it means to be LGBTQ in a radically changing world. Part of the joy of the podcast is following along as the hosts, Tobin Low and Kathy Tu, grow more comfortable with their queerness.

The two don’t shy away from subjects that others might consider taboo: a recent episode featured Kristin Russo (from the podcast, To L And Back) opening up about her miscarriage, a subject rarely talked about in the queer community. 

Start here: While Nancy is no longer putting out new episodes, the stories they old are timeless. Click here to listen to the episode with Kristin Russo and click here to listen to an episode with Matthew Shepard’s mother, Judy. They discuss how her life has been transformed in the 20 years since Matthew’s death and Judy explains how much further we still have to go in protecting LGBTQ people. 

Pride for your ears… the best transgender, bisexual, lesbian, and gay podcasts

LGBTQ podcasts are as diverse as the colors in the pride rainbow and it can often be hard to find one that you like out of the numerous shows within the podcast listings on SpotifyStitcher, and other podcasting platforms. Here are our favorite podcasts that represent the diversity within the LGBT podcasting community from gay news podcasts and queer travel shows to lesbian interviews and gaymer podcasts, there’s something here for everyone no matter which flag you fly.

Gay Travel Today With Sagitravel: Best LGBT Travel Podcast

Gay Travel Today is a daily gay podcast that covers the latest in travel news and gay-friendly destinations. Each podcast episode is easily digestible, running at around one and half minutes long, and typically focuses on a single topic such as a cool activity to try or location to explore during your next trip, a recent travel ban announcement, or general advice for the average LGBT traveler.

Being a daily podcast, Gay Travel Today boasts a lot of variety in subject matter and its episode list has become a pretty good resource that you can browse through to find a location or topic to learn more about. Curious about Northern England or Asia? There are podcast episodes about them. Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out the episode about art locations in Melbourne, Australia or the one about adventure films with fantastic locations. There’s a lot to enjoy here.

Outward: Best Gay News Podcast

Outward is one of the best gay podcasts available when it comes to sheer variety of gay, bi, lesbian, trans, and queer topics discussed. The male and female hosts cover almost everything from recent political happenings and sexuality-related scientific discoveries to sexual advice and any LGBTQ TV shows or movies they may have seen since the last episode of recorded.

New podcast episodes of Outward come out once a month and usually run for around an hour or so. The monthly release schedule may frustrate some but it’s important to realize that there’s only so much LGBT news that can break at a time. Being a Slate product, Outward does have a very strong progressive angle to its news coverage and gears itself more to the teen and 20-something age demographic. While this does mean that those who are older or consider themselves politically center or conservative may not feel like this podcast is for them, those in the target demographic will find a lot to like.

Bad Gays: Best Gay History Podcast

There are a number of gay history podcasts available to listen to on Spotify, iTunes, Anchor, and the numerous other podcasting platforms but none are as creative as Bad Gays which focuses entirely on exploring gay and queer historical figures with bad reputations. This unique take on a history podcast sets it apart from its rivals and also provides a spotlight to people and groups not usually given much attention.

Both of Bad Gays’ two hosts are incredibly well-suited to their roles, both are published authors with one also being a researcher who teaches queer history, literature, and visual cultures. This means that, unlike similar podcasts who usually just read off Wikipedia articles, these two know what they’re talking about and can discuss certain themes with accuracy and certainty. You won’t hear any sassy gossip on Bad Gays, which is actually rather refreshing, but you will get high quality weekly easy-to-listen one hour episodes that feel like a free audiobook downloaded right to your podcast app.

Let’s Be Legendary: Best LGBTQ+ Role-playing Game Podcast

Let’s Be Legendary is one of many Dungeons & Dragons podcasts available online which essentially revolves around a group of gamers playing the role-playing game for their listeners and continuing the previous episode’s storyline and character progress each week. The podcast sets itself apart from the others by consistently having LGBTQ+ characters in each game though it’s worth noting that the stories themselves aren’t necessarily LGBTQ+ focused.

In addition to being within the LGBT sub-genre of role-playing podcasts, Let’s Be Legendary also falls into the actual play category which means that the podcast recording includes in-character and story dialog in addition to out-of-character discussion and joking between the players. On one hand, this approach can break the immersion of the story though many people do also enjoy the relatively more authentic role-playing experience and getting to know the players. Your personal preference will decide whether you enjoy Let’s Be Legendary or not.

Dragon’s Reign: A Gay Fantasy Serial Story: Best Gay Fiction Podcast for Straight People

Dragon’s Reign is a weekly fantasy podcast series where the host reads a new chapter from her story of the same name. The podcast recording and acting are surprisingly really good and could easily stand up against many of the professionally recorded fantasy audiobooks on Audible if a comparison were to be made.

The story itself is a gay romance, though as you may have guessed by now, it’s not an erotic gay story intended for gay male listeners but rather a fiction for others who aren’t gay who enjoy listening to such stories. As a result, the main protagonists act more like idealized portrayals of gay men as seen by straight women instead of actual gay men but this is part of the parcel when it comes to this genre and fans of such tales will find a lot to like here, especially those who enjoy their gay romance with a touch of dragons and magic.

Gay Pulp: Best Gay Fiction Podcast for Gay People

Gay Pulp is arguably one of the most important gay podcasts around and is definitely the gay fiction podcast that everyone should be listening to, especially those with an interest in gay history and gay literature.

The aim of Gay Pulp is to preserve classic, out-of-print, gay pulp novels by converting them into free audiobooks. Each episode is expertly narrated and typically runs for around 20 minutes, containing a single chapter, or a part of a longer chapter, and a photo of the actual book cover for that episode’s cover artwork. A brilliant look, or listen, at a time in gay history most modern gay men would have very little exposure to.

Throwing Shade: Best Queer Humor Podcast

Throwing Shade is a thoroughly entertaining weekly podcast that explores the latest pop culture, political, lifestyle news with emphasis on fun and an equal focus on LGBT issues and feminism.

The podcast is hosted by Erin Gibson & Bryan Safi, who each bring their own unique energetic selves to each topic discussed, and there’s fantastic chemistry between the two which is a joy to listen to and is likely one of the many reasons they’ve continued to record episodes since the show’s launch way back in 2011.

Rainbow Road: Best LGBT Gaming Podcast

By far one of the largest categories of podcasts is gaming but there remain very few shows hosted exclusively by LGBT gamers (or gaymers) and with a focus on representation within the medium. Travis and Mike are attempting to fill that gap with Rainbow Road, a gay gaming podcast named after the iconic final course in each Super Mario Kart video game.

New episodes of Rainbow Road go live around three times a month, usually run for around 40 to 50 minutes, and typically focus on a single topic such as LGBT characters in Overwatch, impressions on The Last of Us, and queer romance options in modern games. The singular focus means that episodes can be listened to at your leisure and make a solid companion to your favorite gaming news podcast.

Lesbian Dinner Party: Best Lesbian Podcast

Lesbian Dinner Party is a phenomenal podcast that offers a much-needed outlet for lesbians to share their experiences with other lesbians. Each episode features a casual interview with a new individual or couple and the conversations that result provide some truly unique insights into different coming out experiences across generations, gay travel, online dating, and running a business with your same-sex partner.

Highly recommended for those in search of more lesbian stories and those who are disappointed by the unfortunate lack of lesbian content in LGBT websites and magazines.

Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade is the political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who deliver their fresh takes on pop culture, women’s rights, and LGBT rights with hilarity and – of course – vulgarity. Out every Thursday.

Digital Pride episode: ‘389: Digital Pride, AARP Loneliness Survey and Quicksilver A.I.‘Best episode to start with: Listen to the episode out this week – the duo’s show is very topical.Spotify / Apple

On The Latch

What happens when seven gay men come together to record a podcast? On The Latch is a podcast where no topic is off limits. And yes, expect thot provoking material ahead. They have a new episode every Tuesday. They ask you to send in your dilemmas and dick pics for them to discuss to onthelatchpodcast [at]

Digital Pride episode: S3, E4 – Heroes, Tragedy and LonelinessBest episode to start with: Listen to the episode out this week – the gang’s show is very topical.Spotify / Apple

A Gay and a Non Gay

In a time where we’re all threatened by hateful rhetoric from the people in power; A Gay And A NonGay is the delightful giggles that challenge many of our differences head-on. Every week James Barr (the Gay) and Dan Hudson (the Nongay) promises to prove to you that no matter who you are, or what you’re into (Bruce Springsteen or Britney), love is love and gay and nongays can be friends.

Digital Pride episode: ‘Gay Relationships Are So Hard’Best episode to start with: The show is topical, so start at the top of the feed – or deep dive and scroll back to ‘A Gay and a Nongay and a Trans’ for a special episode with Juno Dawson.Spotify / Apple

#QueerAF

Listen for free every week, as a different student, graduate or LGBT+ producer tells their most #QueerAF story on the podcast by National Student Pride. The podcast commissions young LGBT+ producers to tell their own stories that are beyond the binary, sex-positive, challenge mental health, sexuality and identity taboos.

Nominated for a British Podcast Award in 2019; From chemsex, the life of a queer Muslim sex worker, and dating as a non-binary person – the show is sex-positive and taps into what young LGBTI people are talking about because it is told by them.

Digital Pride episode: S3 E10, ‘The story behind the musical, Everybody’s Talking About JamieBest episode to start with: Start with ‘I’m gay, but I’m also a homophobe’ the inspiring story recorded over several months as Sean overcomes his internal hatred of his own sexuality.Spotify / Apple

The Real Brunch

The ultimate weekly pop culture and dating podcast. Hosted By LGBTI podcaster Martin Joseph and friends Ella Kora and Becky Herszenhorn. Join ‘The Real Brunch’ every week for your weekly dose of celebrity gossip, dating dilemmas and round table topical discussions.

Featuring interviews with inspiring and powerful women and important voices from the LGBTQ+ community – this show is everything brunch should deliver. (Bring your own prosecco and avocado)

Digital Pride episode: ‘Drinks Yoga and Digitial Pride’ ‘with Gay Star News very own Shannon Power and James Besanvalle as episode to start with: ‘Brunch with… Gok Wan’Spotify / Apple

F**Ks Given

The honest, frank and refreshing ‘F**ks Given’ with Come Curious presents a candid exploration of their guests’ sexual histories, from the first f**k to the best f**k. Plus all those the bad, average and comical ones in between. Each episode is an uncensored look at what’s gone on beneath the sheets with a variety of coveted guests.

Digital Pride episode: ‘Discharge and Dirty sheets with Jess‘Best episode to start with: ‘Size Queens & Surgery with Talulah Eve’ the first ever transgender model to appear on Britain’s Next Top Model.Spotify / Apple

Calum McSwiggan on Fubar

YouTuber Calum McSwiggan explores everything sex, LGBT+, the outrageous and downright inappropriate! The world’s top drag queens, the UK’s most passionate activists and the funniest names around join Calum each week to discuss everything from trending topics and the porn industry to fetishes and queer representation in the media.

Regular features include reacting to listeners sex confessions and some naughty games for good measure. You can listen live on Fubar at 6pm GMT – or listen back in your podcast app.

Digital Pride episode: ‘73: Lady Peach‘Best episode to start with: We love the recent LGBT+ History Month episode (64) with Rowan Ellis and Anick in Intersex and Asexual identitiesSpotify / Apple

Qmmunity

Qmmunity is the LGBTQ+ series that brings together our community to explore who we are as a whole and as individuals. But it also looks back at where we have come from, how we’ve changed & developed and what the future may hold for us.

Hosts Christina and Alexis meet weekly and are joined by a guest to discuss a new topic. The QmmunityPod won the silver British Podcast ‘Sex and Relationships’ award.

Digital Pride episode: ‘11: Digital Pride – Loneliness‘Best episode to start with: Start with episode two ‘Our History’ before delving into the archive. Its a great episode on the last 50 years of the modern LGBTI rights movement.Spotify / Apple

Men Talk Health

Just how honest can two men be? Long term Gay Star News supporters, Men Talk Health is the podcast with hosts that have a broad history of mental health issues between them.

Join Davey, Damian, and their friends on a journey to find humour in some of their darkest moments. It’s all to try to get men talking about their own mental health.

Digital Pride: Read Davey’s op-ed about loneliness and mental episode to start with: ‘Time to talk extravaganza’ with Gay Star News very own Lewis Peters and Joe Morgan as guests.Spotify / Apple

David’s Out For A Good Time

The Spotify Studios original from the Tumblr star who set the world on fire with ‘The Shitney Spears’ blog. David Olshanetsky is joined by Naledi Dube to chat pop culture, dish out LGBTI advice and speak to amazing celebrity guests every week. We’re big fans of #DO4AGT here at Gay Star News.

Making Gay History

Intimate, personal portraits of both known and long-forgotten champions, heroes, and witnesses to history brought to you from rare archival interviews. This long-running podcast from Eric Marcus is a masterpiece. We’re looking forward to the new season and upcoming #Stonewall50 episodes.

Nancy

From the masters of podcasts, WNYC, Nancy hosts and BFFs Kathy Tu and Tobin Low are the super queer duo ready take over your podcast feed. Join them for provocative stories and frank conversations about the LGBTQ experience today. Because everyone’s a little bit gay. There are so many fantastic stories in this feed including personal stories from the hosts, the audience and contributors all over the US. We feel part of a global LGBTI community listening to your show.

Dan Savage’s Lovecast

Probably a front runner as one of the longest-running LGBTI podcasts out there, Dan Savage has been improving your sex for over 600 episodes – and still going strong. A community favorite, mixing conversations about sex and politics, we’d be amiss not to nod to the Savage Lovecast.

Normal 0 This week the boys are back from Texas and ready to save a horse and ride a cowboy. They talk about „The smell of Sex Study“ and how UK male athletes like to cuddle with their bros and the new Documentary „Do I sound Gay“ (not while you are sucking my cock) and much More. Paulie reviews the new Orgy DVD from Raging Stallion „Into Darkness“ where the luckiest bottom in the world gets every cast members cock in his nice ass at least once. One of the hottest orgy finales ever filmed, a must have – 4 Splats. David reviews and love the name Bum Bum Beginner Vibrating Butt Plug and loves how portable it is, from trick to trick. Have a great Cinco de Mayo and make sure to … stay hard!

Gayish: A Gay Podcast about Stereotypes

Gayish is an independent, award-nominated gay podcast where Mike Johnson and Kyle Getz talk about a different gay stereotype each episode, from the hanky code and handjobs to breakups and depression.

Gayish has been featured in Oprah Magainze, Esquire, BuzzFeed, Queerty, the Houston Chronicle, and more. A three-time nominee for Best LGBTQ Podcast by the People’s Choice Podcast Awards, it has reached #4 in the iTunes Sexuality charts. Past guests have included YouTuber Davey Wavey, gay porn star Calvin Banks, Andrew Gurza, Jeffrey Masters, a gay priest, a gay ex-Mormon, a trans atheist, and more.

Get a feel for our podcast with this short sampler:

Or get a peak into who we are (and what we actually look like) with this YouTube video, How to Answer Dumb Straight People’s Questions About Being Gay:

Listen on Apple PodcastsSpotify, or anywhere you get your podcast.

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1. ScreamQueenz | The Podcast Where Horror Gets GAY

NYC About Podcast A twice a month podcast touring the weird and wonderful world of horror movies, but as seen through your host very gay little eyes Frequency 1 episode / week Podcast Facebook fans 790 ⋅ Domain Authority 31ⓘ ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

2. 89.3 WFPL News Louisville | Strange Fruit Podcast

About Podcast Dr. Kaila Story and Jaison Gardner host this weekly podcast of musings on politics, pop culture and black gay life. Frequency 28 episodes / year Since Sep 2014 Podcast fans 16.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 71ⓘ ⋅ Alexa Rank 650.1Kⓘ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

5. Big Gay Fiction Podcast

California, United States About Podcast The Big Gay Fiction Podcast is for avid readers and passionate fans of gay romance fiction. Each week brings you exclusive author interviews, book recommendations and explore the latest in gay pop culture Frequency 1 episode / weekAlso in Gay BlogsPodcast Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 76ⓘ ⋅ Domain Authority 41ⓘ ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

6. GAY USA

About Podcast Gay USA is a weekly hour of news, analysis and interviews about gay co hosted by Andy Humm and Ann Northrop Frequency 1 episode / week Podcast fans 14.7K ⋅ Domain Authority 29ⓘ ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

7. Gayish Podcast

Seattle, Washington, United States About Podcast Featured in Buzzfeed, Oprah Magazine, Esquire, and Queerty, Gayish is an award-nominated podcast that breaks down one gay stereotype each week. Mike and Kyle bring humor, honesty, and irreverence to topics like the hanky code, depression, and open relationships. Past guests have included YouTuber Davey Wavey, gay porn star Calvin Banks, Andrew Gurza, Matt Baume, a gay priest, a trans atheist, and Mike’s wildly supportive and over-sharing mom. Frequency 1 episode / week Since Apr 2017 Also in LGBT PodcastsPodcast followers 3.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

8. Two Broke Gays Podcast

Los Angeles, California, United States About Podcast Podcast by Los Angeles-based comedians, Kevin Sullivan and Jenna Cortis. Every show is guaranteed to make you laugh!. Frequency 3 episodes / month Podcast Authority 93 ⋅ Alexa Rank 110 View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

9. FairyKing

About Podcast Weekly show of Black Gay single divorcee exploring relationships from his perspective. Frequency 4 episodes / quarter Since Jul 2020 Also in Podcast Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 83 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.3K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

10. Is This Movie, You Know…

About Podcast The Gay Movie Podcast You’ve Been Waiting For. Join Josh and Fernando as they talk about queer cinema and Hollywood news. Frequency 1 episode / week Since May 2020 Podcast Domain Authority 83 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.6K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

11. My Big Gay Podcast

London, England, United Kingdom About Podcast My Big Gay Podcast launched in July 2020 and is a brand new LGBTQ+ podcast hosted by Benji & Brad. Two gays living a single life in London! Each episode is packed with Celebrity interviews, games, funny stories and so much more. Frequency 4 episodes / month Since Jun 2020 Podcast fans 20 ⋅ Twitter followers 269 ⋅ Social Engagement 11 ⋅ Domain Authority 74 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.1K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

12. Move I’m Gay

About Podcast Franny and Brenda explore sex scenarios and pop culture through the lens of being homosexuals. Frequency 1 episode / week Podcast followers 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 74 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.1K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

14. Gay Therapy LA with Ken Howard, LCSW

West Hollywood, California, United States About Podcast GayTherapyLA is a private practice for psychotherapy and coaching services, with Ken Howard, LCSW, as its founder and director, with over 27 years of experience providing services for gay men, as individuals and couples, with offices in Los Angeles and serving others nationwide in the U.S. or guys all over the world via phone or webcam sessions. Ken and his associates provide help for gay men to achieve their optimum quality of life in both their personal lives and careers. Frequency 2 episodes / month Since Nov 2018 Podcast followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

15. Gay Pulp

Fire Island Pines, New York, United States About Podcast This podcast seeks to preserve gay pulp novel, many dating to the pre stonewall era and almost all out of print by turning them into audiobooks. Frequency 1 episode / month Since Jan 2015 Podcast gaypulp.podomatic.comFacebook fans 303 ⋅ Twitter followers 641 ⋅ Domain Authority 83 ⋅ Alexa Rank 27.1K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

16. Gay Men Going Deeper

Toronto, Ontario, Canada About Podcast Welcome to Gay Men Going Deeper, a podcast exploring the gay aspects of personal development, sexuality, and mental health. Brought to you by the Gay Men’s Brotherhood and hosted by Calan, Matt and Michael. Frequency 1 episode / week Since Jul 2020 Podcast followers 38 ⋅ Domain Authority 13 ⋅ Alexa Rank 8.2M View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

17. The Lavender Tavern

About Podcast Come join us in the Lavender Tavern for original gay fairytales. Each story is about 30 minutes long. You’re always welcome to sit by the tavern fire. There are many nights and many stories. Join us, won’t you? We’ll keep a light on in the window. Frequency 11 episodes / quarter Since Dec 2020 Podcast Authority 86 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1 View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

18. History is Gay

California, United States About Podcast History is Gay is a twice-monthly podcast where two queer nerds use their passion for social justice, history, and storytelling to examine the overlooked and underappreciated queer ladies, gents and gentle enbies from the unexplored corners of history. Because history has never been as straight as you think. Frequency 1 episode / week Since Dec 2017 Podcast fans 689 ⋅ Twitter followers 3.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 28 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

19. Gay Talk 2.0: An LGBT PodCast

Connecticut, United States About Podcast Welcome to GayTalk 2.0. We sit around the table with cocktails in hand bringing you the latest on art, current events, news, music, and other topics that impact the LGBT community. Our Podcast is nothing short of funny, witty, informative, and with plenty of GAY sassiness. Frequency 1 episode / week Since Mar 2016 Podcast fans 930 ⋅ Twitter followers 285 ⋅ Social Engagement 5 ⋅ Domain Authority 21 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

20. Foul Monkeys A Gay Podcast

Chicago, Illinois, United States About Podcast Brought to you by Chicago-based hosts Adam and Ricky, the Foul Monkeys Podcast delivers sass with a smile. Join this delightfully deviant gay ginger duo as they entertain, titillate, and scandalize your ears with their thoughts, opinions, and adventures. Uncage these Foul Monkeys! Frequency 1 episode / week Since Apr 2006 Podcast followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 26 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

21. A Gay and A NonGay

London, England, United Kingdom About Podcast In a time where we’re all threatened by rhetoric of hate from the people in power; A Gay And A NonGay challenges many of our differences to head on and promises that no matter who you are, or what you’re into (Bruce Springsteen or Britney), love is love and gay and nongays can be friends. An independent podcast from James Barr and Dan Hudson. Frequency 1 episode / week Since Oct 2015 Podcast fans 1.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.7K ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

22. Blime Time

About Podcast The Blime Time gang is here to keep you informed on a variety of important topics like health care through vitamins, drinking etiquette, and shoe shopping. This is the gay lifestyle show that has been called the top 5 cacklecast and irreverent and goofy by super important reviewers. Frequency 18 episodes / year Since May 2018 Podcast Domain Authority 13 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4.8K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

23. Making Gay History | LGBTQ Oral Histories from the Archive

California, United States About Podcast Intimate, personal portraits of both known and long-forgotten champions, heroes, and witnesses to history brought to you from rare archival interviews. Frequency 1 episode / quarter Since Oct 2016 Podcast Facebook fans 2.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 14.9K ⋅ Social Engagement 28 ⋅ Domain Authority 52 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.3M View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

24. 30 Something, Black, and Gay

Los Angeles, California, United States About Podcast A new weekly podcast co-hosted by 4 friends living in LA who happen to be 30 Something, Black, and Gay. Witty, sometimes petty, insightful and always opinionated, these 4 take no prisoners when it comes to commentating on current events, celebrity gossip, the entertainment industry, love and relationships. Podcast fans 895 ⋅ Twitter followers 102 ⋅ Domain Authority 9 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

26. The No Good, Very Bad Gay Podcast

About Podcast Nick Kochanov is a No Good Very Bad Gay. Follow him week to week as he and very special guests work through a catalogue of touchstone queer classics that everyone continues to read him to filth for never seeing. Each week Nick watches a new film and then interviews a special guest on why they have a special connection and were drawn to that specific film. Frequency 5 episodes / year Podcast badgaypod.comTwitter followers 361 ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

27. Its A Gay, Gay, Gay, Gay Podcast With Mr. Malone

Gay-Ball McJenkins Land About Podcast Its A Gay, Gay, Gay, Gay Podcast With Mr. Malone is a sweet & sassy, bold & brassy adventure through the life of Fagsy Malone. Frequency 1 episode / year Podcast itsagaygaygaygaypodcastwithm..Twitter followers 4.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 5.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 17 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.9K View Latest Episodes ⋅ Get Email Contact

Gay + Jewish

In this episode I talk to Ari Weitz and Avidan Brown about being gay and Jewish. We discuss the struggle of following your faith while staying true to who you are. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.

Gay + Portugal

In this episode I talk to Filipe Heath about what it is like being gay in Portugal. His stories and experiences are incredible and the courage he has to be himself in any situation is profound. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.

Being Gay in the Military

In this episode I talk to my friend Nathan Keller who is currently serving his country in the marine core about what it’s like being gay in the military.— This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.

Fanx + Recommended Reading + Shirt

Fanx + a recommended reading list monthly from Ben & Huw with our latest publications and more articles on queer political topics we think are essential reading + a beautiful hand-screened T-shirt that says either „Bad Gays“ or „Evil Twink Energy.“ 

Loneliness and isolation led me to antidepressants: but there is another way

Podcasts are a great way to connect to to the global LGBTI community.

They can transport you to a conversation, no matter who you are, or where you are in the world.

Which is why for the Gay Star News Digital Pride festival we brought together some of the best new and up-and-coming LGBTI podcasts from across the world to talk about loneliness and isolation – this year’s theme of the festival.

But don’t just listen to them during Digital Pride, this is our guide to the best LGBTI podcasts out there right now.

Download, subscribe and take these shows, and the Digital Pride festival, with you. You can see the collection on Spotify this week and in their Pride section.