We're celebrating our LGBTQ+ family with a few fun podcasts. Whether it's standing proud alongside people just like you, or trying to get the latest on the history of LGBTQ+ civil rights, these podcasts will keep you informed, laughing, and even getting a solid hold of your finances.
To celebrate Pride Month, which is celebrated the whole month of June, here are seven great pride podcasts to explore.
Queerology: A Podcast on Belief and Being
Being queer people of faith can be a tricky balance to maintain. In this podcast, Matthias Roberts brings in theologians, psychologists, poets, thinkers, and change makers to talk about the ins and outs of spirituality and queerness.
Making Gay History
Founder and host of the podcast Eric Marcus uses his background as an author and gay rights champion to bring up rare interviews conducted for his history of the LGBTQ civil rights movement. It outlines queer heroes of the past as well as people who have been witnesses to history.
Get your feet wet in political comedy with this podcast from Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi as they deliver fresh takes on pop culture, women's rights, and LGBT rights. New episodes on Thursdays.
The Debt Free Guys are here to talk about what your financial needs are – and that includes those who identify as LGBTQ+. It’s all about getting to a point where you’re living joyfully and debt free.
Shame On You
Best friends Jordan and Brad talk about their relationship to shame having grown up gay. They talk about becoming “invincible to shame.” It’s all about going against what society expects of you and being proud. The show includes guests who have all had their struggles with shame of all kinds.
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
Jonathan Van Ness of “Queer Eye” brings you his podcast in which he discusses anything that might make someone curious. Van Ness brings in guests from all over to talk about the burning questions people have about our world.
This podcasts aims to delve into the stories of LGBTQ+ folks in an effort to open the eyes of the listener to marginalized groups of people. It's all making an effort to understand these groups and uniting humanity.