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This semi-weekly podcast looks at numerous LGBTQ+ issues and seeks to highlight the wide diversity of those under the LGBTQ+ umbrella. Join us as we converse with artists, politicians, musicians, authors, researchers, and many more! You can listen at https://www.ourqueerexperience.com/ or search for "Our Queer Experience" in your favorite source for podcasts. Let us know your thoughts on our website or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. What's your story?
 
Hosted by comedians Ava Smart and Arielle Isaac Norman, Gender Fluids is a podcast based out of Austin, Texas that takes an explicit and unapologetic look into the rarely explored depths of sex and gender. No subject is too far out or third rail for these two queers to discuss. Subscribe to listen in on all the deliciously depraved conversations you'd be fired for having. Not for the faint of heart, weak of mind, or lame of soul!
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
What happens when you put 3 LGBT+ people in a remote recording session? We talk about everything under the sun including tv, movies, music, current events, drama, LGBT+ topics, gaming, and more! LGBT+ Family & Games is a nonprofit organization here to create safe spaces for LGBT+ individuals online. So join the fam and enjoy the podcast! Want to put faces to names? Check out our video version of this podcast on YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCNr3VK7_xDOVkJ1ivUEWsUw You can also join u ...
 
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Theo is an aspiring queer writer and lover of memes and video games. Theo's pronouns are they/them (or fae/faer online) and they identify as genderfluid, non-binary, asexual, and a grayromantic lesbian. Find out what that means to Theo in this episode. We also talk about pronouns and neopronouns, the asexuality scale, the difference between sexual …
 
Sam Bettens is a musician and lead vocalist of the Belgian band K's Choice (founded in 1992) and also of new Belgian electropop band Rex Rebel. Sam's pronouns are he/him, and he identifies as a transgender man. Find out what that means to Sam in this episode. We also talk about music and creative expression, self-identifying, the benefits of ageing…
 
Artist Paul Richmond returns to talk to Bruce and André about what he's been up to since he was last on OQE. He also discusses his mentors, authentically producing his work, and the fun of teaching (and modeling for) a nude male drawing class. Find out more about Paul: https://paulrichmondstudio.com/ Paul previously joined us on Episode #8 At OQE w…
 
From Batman and DC Comic to Among Us and Halloween Costumes we cover a lot in our debut episode of the LGBT+ Family & Games podcast. Want to be part of the discussion? Give us a like, subscribe, and follow: Twitch: https://twitch.tv/lgbtfam_org Twitter: https://twitter.com/lgbtfam_org Instagram: https://instagram.com/lgbtfam_org Discord: https://di…
 
Musician and podcaster AJ Marks returns for part two of his conversation with Bruce and André to share the origin story of American Idiots Abroad podcast and his new endeavors with songwriting. And, AJ discovers that he's wiser than he even thought! Find out more about AJ: @ajmarksofficial on all social media platforms Find AJ on Everybody Wiki: ht…
 
Musician and podcaster AJ Marks joins André and Bruce to share his story of coming to terms with his bisexuality, coming to understand his multi-ethnic identity, gaining an appreciation for being American, and moving to the United Kingdom. AJ discusses his journey and where he still wants to go. Find out more about AJ: @ajmarksofficial on all socia…
 
Katy Jon Went is a public speaker and educator on gender, identity, sexuality, mental health, human rights, diversity and inclusion. Katy's pronouns are they/them or she/her. They are transgender and identify as non-binary and asexual. Find out what that means to Katy in this episode. We also talk about adolescence and development, religion, conver…
 
Kyl Myers is a sociologist, educator, and globally recognized advocate of gender creative parenting. Kyl's pronouns are they/them or she/her. They identify as a genderqueer woman and are a gender-creative parent. Find out what that means to Kyl in this episode. We also talk about being raised with conventional gender roles, trying on different gend…
 
If you believe God is truly always with you, that means He's there even in the bedroom. Learn more about what that can mean as Suzanne DeWitt Hall returns to the show (previously on Episode #13) to catch André and Bruce up on her life, including new revelations about her own sexuality and her newest book Sex with God. Find out more about Suzanne: h…
 
G Sabini-Roberts returns to discuss how they approach starting businesses and filling needs. G also lets Bruce and André know about their upcoming new podcast "EntrepreNeuro" highlighting the intersection of entrepreneurship and neurodiversity. Lots of laughs ensue! Find out more about G: https://gina.design/ At OQE we seek to highlight the diversi…
 
Allan came out in 1980 as an identity he distilled on his own, as nothing of the sort was being discussed anywhere that he could find. As for pronouns, Allan says "they are all wrong and I'm not picky”. He now identifies as genderqueer and gender invert. Find out what that means to Allan in this episode. We also talk about sexual orientation versus…
 
Activist, artist, and brand strategist G Sabini-Roberts joins us all the way from the UK to discuss neuro-diversity, gender diversity, and the power of a light bulb moment in helping us discover our own identities. Join André and Bruce as they learn and laugh. Find out more about G: https://gina.design/ At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of …
 
André & Bruce's conversation with author and motivational speaker Britt East continues. Britt discusses his book and getting real with queer men about dealing with privilege and personal prejudices. He also discusses the role of knowing our history to improve ourselves and our community. Learn more about Britt: https://www.britteast.com/ Also! This…
 
Motivational speaker and author Britt East joins André and Bruce to discuss his process of accepting his queer identity, exploring gender, dismantling privilege, and making space for yourself in the Community. Also, come hear about how Britt went from professional fluatist to IT worker to digital marketing guru. Learn more about Britt: https://www.…
 
Public health researcher Dr. Randy Hubach from the Sexual Health Research Lab at Oklahoma State University. Randy returns to the podcast (check his previous episodes #26 and #27) to discuss public health in a pandemic, the importance of telehealth for the queer community, and how we can do outreach to others. Resources mentioned in this episode: ht…
 
"Zany" Joey Skladany returns to discuss his new cookbook Basic B*tchen: 100+ Everyday Recipes for the Basic B* in Your Life. Fair warning: this episode contains some f* bombs and bunches of b* words. In addition to his book, Joey reminds André & Bruce about food's ability to bring people together across cultures, particularly in light of the 2020 c…
 
Some people live lives out of the movies - like our guest this week: Joey Skladany. Bruce and André welcome Joey who discusses his childhood as an "imaginative child," the importance of seeking out diversity, and the power of visibility. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ community and to provide a safe place to sh…
 
Kit is an ex-high school teacher and a passionate educator, blogger, author and performer – focusing on environmental and LGBT+ issues. Kit’s pronouns are they/them, and they identify as non-binary, trans-feminine, demigirl and genderfluid. Find out what that means to Kit in this episode. We also talk about football, privilege, teaching, altruism, …
 
Charlie Caine is a theatre composer, lyricist and LGBT+ and political activist. Charlie's pronouns are he/him and he identifies as a gay trans man. Find out what that means to Charlie in this episode. We also talk about gender identity & expression vs sexual orientation, gender roles, transitioning, dysphoria, gender identity clinic (GIC) waiting l…
 
Bonnie is a multimedia artist working with themes of gender, body horror, psychosexuality and trauma. Bonnie's pronouns are he/him or they/them and he identifies as trans-masculine, non-binary and graysexual. Find out what that means to Bonnie in this episode. We also talk about Dissociative Identity Disorder or DID (previously called Multiple Pers…
 
In this Lost Episode from before the hiatus times, André discusses his long and storied history with *the apps* and online dating. At the time, Bruce was in a committed relationship, so he didn't have as much experience with them. But, more than anything, the guys offer timeless advice: Do not send unsolicited pictures of your private parts. At OQE…
 
Bruce's friend Mikey returns for the second half of this raucous two-parter. Learn more about Mikey's journey out of Mormonism, the lasting impact of his military experience, finding himself after moving to Ohio, and his Furry life. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ community and to provide a safe place to share p…
 
Bruce's friend Mikey comes to talk about his experiences in the military under Don't Ask, Don't Tell, his journey out of Mormonism...and finding freedom and himself in Ohio's Furry Community. Tangents, meandering, and laughter abound in Part One of this two-part conversation. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ comm…
 
Alys Wilfred (or Fred, for short) is a writer, storyteller and folklorist. This is our second conversation, just over 20 months after our first conversation in December 2018, which was episode two of the podcast. Fred's pronouns are still they/them or xie/xir (or he/him if you insist), and they identify as trans-masculine, non-binary and genderflui…
 
Ava's experience of having feelings for Lilly is way different and better than she thought it would be, Arielle's fist should be a model that doctors use to design vaginas with, hanging out with peope tha are like you is important and powerful, getting into the zone while bottoming is a mind altering experience, a cuck gets caught being a cuck, mar…
 
Mel is a former professional Jockey who sold her house and most of her possessions in 2015 to follow her dream of living and travelling America in an RV. Mel's pronouns are she/her and she identifies as non-binary, asexual and aromantic. Find out what that means to Mel in this episode. We also talk about fitting in and trying to be ’normal’, living…
 
Co-host André discusses his coming out process, his spirituality, and his hopes for the future. Come learn about his queer experience! At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ community and to provide a safe place to share personal experiences and expertise with one another. To listen to this and other episodes, you can …
 
Tired of every LGBTQ+ themed story focusing on exclusively on diversity and lacking a happy ending? Well, so is Tina Kakadlis! In this lost episode from the pre-hiatus times, learn about the inspiration behind her Carly Allen trilogy and her mission to make queer content that's light and happy. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those…
 
In this "lost episode" (i.e., an episode from before our two year hiatus) we talk with YA author Tina Kakadelis about her life, coming out, being a #badgay, and Berger cookies! At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ community and to provide a safe place to share personal experiences and expertise with one another. To l…
 
Ange de Lumiere is a Spiritual Lawyer and Intuitive Business Strategist. Ange moved to the UK from Paris in 2001. She has four children, one of which is transgender, and she started the Parents of Transgender Adults support group earlier this year. We also talk about souls, reincarnation, past lives, choosing your life experience and law of attract…
 
Sophia is a speaker, singer, mentor, transformational storyteller, visionary, and prayer of prayers. She is also the host of several podcasts, including “Vagina Talks with Sophia Wise One”, “Medicine Caller”, and “Temple Erotica: Stories of Sacred Sexuality”. Sophia identifies as gender-transcendent and welcomes all pronouns. Find out what that mea…
 
Sarah's pronouns are she/her or they/them. She found out she was intersex at 19 and subsequently got involved with local charity Evolve, which supports transgender, genderqueer, gender-questioning and intersex kids and young adults. Sarah also identifies as non-binary. Find out what that means to her in this episode. We also talk about Androgen Ins…
 
Bruce shares his journey to self-acceptance that goes through some very difficult places. Warning for our listeners, suicide is discussed in this episode. Come join us as Bruce shares his queer experience. And if you need assistance, here are some resources that may be helpful for you: Suicide Crisis Text Line (text "START" to 741-741), GLMA: Healt…
 
Bruce and Andre are joined by musician, bull rider, tech industry darling, and all-around intriguing person Lee Knight (formerly known as Breana Knight in episodes 14 and 15). In this episode, they talk about their latest album "Sovereign Identity." Find out more at http://www.blackwolfelectric.com/. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all…
 
Bruce and Andre are joined by musician, bull rider, tech industry darling, and all-around intriguing person Lee Knight (formerly known as Breana Knight in episodes 14 and 15). They talk about returning to bull riding after serious injury, taking a deep dive into self-discovery, and - oh yeah - coming out as non-binary. At OQE we seek to highlight t…
 
Edalia Day is a spoken word artist, video designer and theatre maker. Edalia's pronouns are they/them. They are transgender and identifiy as non-binary. Find out what that means to Edalia in this episode. We also talk about acting, clothes, the tv show The Good Place, the gender binary, support groups, visibility and the term ‘passing’, gender opti…
 
In this lost episode from 2018, we have our second episode with Amber Cantorna, discussing her books about being LGBTQ+ Christian and safe ways of coming out. We also discuss the importance of authenticity and clearing space for others to be able to share their stories. At OQE we seek to highlight the diversity of all those in the LGBTQ+ community …
 
In this lost episode from 2018, Bruce and André speak with Amber Cantorna, daughter of two of the founding partners of Focus on the Family, a notoriously anti-LGBTQ+ organization in the US. In this episode, we discuss how she balances the pain and joy of her upbringing and the importance of embracing one's complete experience. At OQE we seek to hig…
 
Harri Elouise was a couple of years into their gender journey when we recorded this conversation in January 2019. Harri’s pronouns are they/them, and they identify as trans-feminine and non-binary. Find out what that means to Harri in this episode. We also talk about the difference between gender identity/expression and sex, gender clinics and the …
 
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