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49: Pete Buttigieg

Hey Queerstians, we get current with today’s episode, covering presidential hopeful and first viable, openly gay candidate Peter Buttigieg.

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48: Sylvia Rivera

Queer Revolutionary – We’re back with guest host Vima Manfredo to cover the infamous Sylvia Rivera.

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47: Jose Julio Sarria Part 2: The Widow Norton

We’re back with the second half of the incredible story of Jose Julio Sarria – The Widow Norton.

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46: José Julio Sarria

The Nightingale Of Montgomery Street – Hey you queens. We’re here today for part one of the incredible stories of Jose Julio Sarria, the first openly gay man to run for office and the founder of the Imperial Court.

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45: Jeffrey Dahmer Part 2

The Chocolate Factory – We continue the story of Jeffery and the chocolate factory. The well-known children’s story of a magical factory turned house of horrors. 

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44: Jeffrey Dahmer Part 1

Homocrats! – Last week we took you to Sunday school and this week we take you to hell. In our first episode in the Queer Bad Guys series, we tackle notorious serial killer and gay man, Jeffrey Dahmer.

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43: Sodom and Gomorrah

SODOMY!! So much sodomy. Seriously, we finally cover the origin story of the word used by angry bigots all around the world. A fascinating tale of heroism, true love and romance- j/k this is a Bible story.

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42: Native American Two Spirit

In this episode, we discuss the cultural recognition of various gender expressions in Native American and First Nations people such as Two Spirit.

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41: Queer Secret Societies and the Gay Mafia

Things get weird in this episode. Some stories are fake, some are deadly serious, and some….eh….we don’t know. You figure it out.

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40: Josephine Baker: Her Amazing and Exhausting Life

Hey Queerstians, we’re finally back with another episode about the marvelous Josephine Baker. This woman lived more lives in her 68 years than a dozen people combined.

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