August 12, 2020
Hello again! We have awesome guest Kris & Shana from The Bad Queers podcast, an absolute favorite. We talked all about their podcast, being a "Bad Queer", the HER social app, and so much more!
I had such a great time talking with these ladies. There will never be enough voices in the queer community for us to relate to, but I'm glad we have theirs. Not only are they challenging the stereotypes and misconceptions that run a muck in our community but they also offer interesting insight, and a prospective that is refreshing as it is thought provoking.
Recommendation: "All boys aren't blue" A memoir-manifesto about the black LGBTQ+ experience. They recently interviewed the author, the link to that episode here.
Shoutout: Lezwatch TV
Promo: The Harpy Hour Podcast
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March 24, 2020
We have super special guests, they are so smart. I had the impossible task of editing this episode. I simply couldn't find anything I wanted to take out so apologizes on the length. We had an amazing time.
Our guests Jill and Miranda from the podcast 13 (a warehouse 13 podcast) came on to talk about their love for the show and how it played some key roles in their own sexuality and feed them the representation they needed to see. We also talked their individual careers, as an academic and the other in TV and fun behind the scene on that. Plus so much more! There is literally too much to say about these wonderful ladies.
June 21, 2019
Hello again! This time we have a wonderful guest with her own queer podcast Amanda G., comedian stand up and host of Near and Queer to my Heart Podcast, a podcast celebrating and telling stories from the lives of Queer performers of all kinds.
We had a blast talking about her podcast and the stand up show she runs called Welcome to Queer Mountain. Now being hosted in Austin Texas, New york, Baton Rouge, and her own town of New Orleans Louisiana. She also gave us a peak of the queer scene there too!
(Editors notes: There was a conversation around marriage and relationship that due to personal reasons I have decided to leave out. My apologize in advance for any confusion when we touch on the subject again later in the episode. )
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April 8, 2019
Hello again! Late Podcast is late but we have an awesome guest for you this time! We talked with Bri Castellini, a Director, Writer and part time teacher of Webseries about her work and wow, what a great time we had. We talked a lot about representation, her journey of self discovery, and all about we short film, Ace and Anxious, a quirky short about an asexual graphic designer with generalized anxiety disorder.
Her short film Ace and Anxious can be watched here.
And her website for all her works plus, Sam and Pat Are Depressed, Brains, Buy In (trailer- film isn't out yet), Better With You (new web series she's directing crowdfunding page), Bri and Chris Are Depressed (A break down of Sam and Pat are depressed and more about their own journeys with Mental Health.)
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March 4, 2019
We have an amazing guest for you! Diana James, has done a lot in her life, from volunteering at the remarkable British LGBT switchboard hotline to working towards changing the way British police handle LGBT cases, she's given a lot for her community. Pre-Internet era too! She shared with us parts of her life and struggles, and gave us her view of the hopping LGBT scene of London through those times.
This episode does touch on some dark subjects, so we are issuing a trigger warning. Regardless of this these stories are ones of recovery and bring messages of hope.
((TW: Rape, Domestic abuse-around 1:25:00))
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October 31, 2018
Hello again and welcome to our not-so-spooky Halloween episode. We have special Guests Alicia and Sarah from the Gal Pals Watch Podcast.
They told us out their podcast watching Queer women movies, a bit about their background and a whole lot about Queer representation in movies. Talk about scary!
September 29, 2018
Today's guest is Kathleen Knowles, author and retired UCSF of San Francisco. We had a wonderful talk, being interested in LGBT history Kathleen had some interesting stories to share. We talked a lot about her first hand experience during the 80's aids crisis, being in her 20s and an active member in the LGBT scene at the time. Even a bit about the Harvey Milk, an openly gay political official, assassination from a couple years before that.
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August 14, 2018
Our guest this time is a Classy Renaissance Woman from the Down Under, . She gave us quite the conversation about life in the Australian Theater, it's culture, her loathing of Koala bears, and was kind enough to share her experiences growing up and that broken isn't the finale. With time and self-care, you can live to be a person you can love.
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July 31, 2018
Our guest this time is Classy South Londoner and fellow transatlantic lover, Cathy from One Girl and Her Tools, a page following her adventures through her love of Carpentry.
We had a blast talking about why she started her page, her life working with her mental illness, her wonderful long distant relationship with her American girlfriend, and a bit about how Diva Magazine helped her along the way of accepting her sexuality with the help of her BFF.
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July 15, 2018
Today's guest is a woman of many suprises, JD Glass. Author, Musician, contributor forGo magazine, write for Lovestruck and much much more! We talked about some of her experiences in life as well as changing between mediums to tell her stories. We also talked about repetitive storytelling, unpacking toxic masculinity, human authenticity, and so, so much more.
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