Your Queer Story: An LGBT Podcast
Episode 64: Frida Kahlo

Episode 64: Frida Kahlo

August 14, 2019
This week we travel down to Mexico and cover artist and revolutionary, Frida Kahlo. A strong woman who’s life was marked by tragedy, Fridas found release though painting. And though she would live a brief life, her work immortalized her. Join us as we discuss the artist, the feminist, the bisexual, the incredible – Frida.
Episode 63: Hindu Queerness

Episode 63: Hindu Queerness

August 7, 2019
Listen as Paul and Evan take you on a magical journey of Hindu queerness, in honor of our Hindu listeners. Which was pretty easy to do as Hinduism is quite full of gender variance and same sex love. From transgender war heroes to gay gods this episode is sure to intrigue. So hit play and learn how queerness and spirituality have always mixed.
Episode 62: Alan Turing, Father of Computing

Episode 62: Alan Turing, Father of Computing

July 31, 2019
We’re “turing” up the geek on this episode folks. Diving into the amazing and yet saddening story of gay genius Alan Turing. From his invaluable contributions during World War 2 to his lasting legacy in the fields of A.I. and Computers, this is a hero we must celebrate.
Episode 61: You can’t win a championship without gays. That’s science.

Episode 61: You can’t win a championship without gays. That’s science.

July 24, 2019
“Ya can’t win a championship without gays...that’s science” - those were the words uttered by the infamous Megan Rapinoe as the Women’s US Soccer team took the title of world champions. And it’s true. From the earliest organized games at the Greek Olympics to modern day sports, the queers have been there every sprint and every mile along the way. Join us as we discuss some of the gayest competitions ever played. As well as some of the biggest homos in sport history. Proving that you really can’t win a championship without the gays.
Episode 60: The Kinsey Scale

Episode 60: The Kinsey Scale

July 17, 2019

It’s a scale of a tale today Queerstians. Just how homo are you? There’s one man who decided to investigate over 12,000 people to find out. Dr. Alfred Kinsey left his work studying gall wasps to research sex. And frankly, we think he made the right decision.

Episode 59: Alan Hart

Episode 59: Alan Hart

July 12, 2019

Today we cover an amazing individual who’s all but been erased from history, Dr. Alan Hart. While he achieved much academic success starting at a young age, Alan would struggle with his career for decades. This was due to his transition from female to male in the early 1900s.

Episode 58: One Nation Under Queers

Episode 58: One Nation Under Queers

July 3, 2019

It’s a laid back, unscripted episode for you homos today, especially the Americans. We take a list of queer founding fathers and mothers of the USA and lightly discuss just how gay our nation has always been.

Minisode: Staying Sober During Pride

Minisode: Staying Sober During Pride

June 29, 2019
As we hit world pride, we want to show support for our sober listeners. Pride is a wonderful time to celebrate, but it’s often filled with booze and other party substances. So if you’re new to recovery and wondering how to navigate this weekend sober, take some tips from Evan and guest star John Nelson.
Episode 57: Love Wins

Episode 57: Love Wins

June 26, 2019

June 26th is a big day for queer rights in America. But it is most notorious for being the day that same-sex marriage was federally legalized. Join us as we journey through the early days of the fight for marriage equality. 

Episode 56: Pink Triangle, Triangles of Death

Episode 56: Pink Triangle, Triangles of Death

June 19, 2019

This week we cover the Pink Triangle and the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. Once a home of vibrant queer progressiveness, Germany dissolved into a dark place of bigotry, anti-semitism and extreme homophobia. We trace Hitler's dissent of hate from his overthrow of power in 1933 to the end of the war.