Best LGBTQ+ Podcasts
These LGBTQ+ podcasts are well worth a listen
Whether you want to learn more about queer history or feel more connected to what’s going on in your community, there’s a podcast to suit your taste. Check out this guide to the best LGBTQ+ podcasts out there.
Hosted by stand-up comic Cameron Esposito, Queery features hour-long conversations on identity, personality, gender and sexuality with LGBTQ+ guests. If you’re interested in people and their unique stories, check out this podcast.
Queer as Fact
LGBTQ+ people have always existed, but haven’t always been acknowledged. Queer as Fact takes us through time to highlight overlooked historical figures and iconic people in history you may not know were queer.
History is Gay
History is Gay is another fantastic podcast to get your history fix. Challenging the heteronormative narratives we’re taught all too often, this twice-monthly podcast is the perfect way to reclaim our history.
If you like politics with your podcasts, Throwing Shade is right up your street. Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi talk all things pop culture and equality with humour and wit.
The BiCast explores an array of topics and issues within the bisexual community. Hear from various bi people, including authors, poets, professors and more.
Dyking Out is hosted by New York-based comedians Carolyn Bergier and Sarah York and focuses on lesbian (and queer) life, pop culture and news. Each episode features a new guest and discussions around LGBT+ topics.
Why Are People into That?
Tina Horn explores sex, kink, love and gender in Why Are People into That?