Pride 2023: 6 LGBTQ+ podcasts to listen to all year round
8 June 2023, 14:58 | Updated: 9 June 2023, 07:59
Check out our list of the best podcasts to listen to this Pride Month and all year round!
June is Pride month which shines a much needed spotlight on LGBTQ+ issues and queer history.
But one of the best ways to learn about the community is by listening to podcasts - from chats between friends to comedy shows.
Here’s our pick of the best LGBTQ+ podcasts to listen to this Pride month and all year round which you can find on Global Player here…
The Bald and the Beautiful with Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamo
Fans of RuPaul’s Drag race will love The Bald and the Beautiful with Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamo.
The stars chat about the cultural boundaries of modern beauty through interviews with ‘gorgeous guests who inhabit various facets of the beauty industry’.
Their guests include models, influencers, drag queens, performers, actors, and more.
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Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
Queer Eye star Join Jonathan Van Ness fronts this podcast each week as they get curious about everything under the sun with scientists, historians, activists, entertainers, and other brilliant guest experts.
A Gay and a NonGay
A Gay and A NonGay is hosted by comedians James Barr and Dan Hudson and how their friendship formed, challenging our preconceptions and crossing divides.
James and Dan dive into conversations around day to day life, differences in perceptions, homophobia, coming out, mental health and lighter topics.
Hosted by Chris Sweeney, Homo Sapiens is described as ‘the world from a Queer perspective’.
Each episode contains conversations and stories with LGBTQ+ icons, allies, and listeners.
Pride & Progress
This podcast amplifies the voices of LGBTQ+ educators and celebrates the power of diversity.
The synopsis reads: “We are educating through a unique and pivotal moment for inclusive education.
“Now, for the first time ever, educators are strongly encouraged to make education, and our educational spaces, inclusive of LGBTQ+ lives.
“This requires a complete reimagining of what education could, and should look like: an education that reflects the diversity of society, and allows all people to see themselves and to feel they belong.”
QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
QUEERY is fronted by stand up comedian Cameron Esposito who chats to some of the brightest luminaries in the LGBTQ+ family.
In a deeply personal chat, together they explore individual stories of identity, personality and shifting ideas around gender, sexuality and civil rights.