Every episode of our podcast is the start of a new story and thus, can be listened to in any order. While you may not understand some of the jokes or episode call backs you will not be missing out on any of the information pertaining to the subject.
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These episodes will give you a great foundation of queer education and are also super fun to listen to! 😎🥳
The AIDS Crisis
As tens of thousands of United States citizens died from AIDS, the Reagan administration sat idly by. Their ties to the religious right along with extreme homophobia and bigotry allowed them to ignore the spreading disease widly known as the "gay plague".
Lilly Wust and Felice Schragenheim
A Nazi and a Jewish resistance fighter fall in love in the middle of world war 2. A woman leaves her husband for a another woman. What could go wrong?
Musical artist, French Resistance fighter, spy, civil rights activist, adoptive mother of 12, and drop dead gorgeous are just a few words to describe this incredible bisexual woman. Being the first black woman to become a global celebrity and star in a major feature film made Josephine Baker an influential cabaret siren and fashion icon.
Lucy Hicks Anderson
Despite the obstacles she faced as a woman and a person of color in the first half of the 1900s, Lucy managed to build several businesses, establish a thriving career, and become a local town favorite. She was able to keep her trans identity a secret for the majority of her life and thus lived a relatively peaceful existence.
The Public Universal Friend (P.U.F)
The Public Universal Friend defied the standards of gender identity centuries before the modern day genderqueer movement began. As a nonbinary person living in the 1700s, P.U.F was often called a heretic, especially after starting their own religion.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
During the winter of 1970, a young, out of work English actor wrote a screenplay out of sheer boredom. Richard O’Brien was considered a bit odd by outsiders. Their feminine expression and love of science fiction caused them not to fit in with societies so called “social norms”. The Rocky Horror Picture Show has gone down in history as one of the most queer, most iconic, and most unique stories of all time.