Podcasts have become an increasingly popular medium for exploring a variety of topics, including those related to the LGBTQ+ community. The gay podcast scene is growing, and there are many great shows to choose from. In this post, we will be highlighting four of the top gay podcasts that you need to check out: "Gayish", "Out and About", "Not Well", and "Minoritea Report".
First, "Gayish" is an independent, award-nominated gay podcast where Mike Johnson and Kyle Getz talk about a different gay stereotype each episode, from the hanky code and handjobs to breakups and depression. The show has been featured in Oprah Magazine, Esquire, BuzzFeed, Queerty, the Houston Chronicle, and more. It has reached #4 in the iTunes Sexuality charts and five-time nominee for Best LGBTQ Podcast by the People's Choice Podcast Awards. Past guests have included YouTuber Davey Wavey, RuPaul's Drag Race stars BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon, gay porn star Calvin Banks, Andrew Gurza, Jeffrey Masters, a gay priest, a gay ex-Mormon, a trans atheist, and more.
Next, "Out & About" is a podcast that joins Barstool Sports' Pat McAuliffe and Joey Camasta for conversations on gay culture, trending topics and everything in between. They discuss the latest news and pop culture through a lens of their own experience, highlighting the importance of representation. Joey Camasta alone makes this show what it is.
Third, "Not Well" is a podcast on a mission to bring laughter and inclusivity to people of all genders, sexual orientations, and ages who appreciate gay comedy and have a good sense of humor. They're more than just a podcast, they're a movement, aiming to build a community of listeners who can come together on their message board to share laughs and support each other. Join them on their journey to create a more inclusive world, one gay joke at a time. Bobby & Jim will have you laughing and questioning everything from walking and chewing gum to the creation of the universe.
Lastly, "Minoritea Report" is a weekly BIPOC Gay/Queer Podcast where representation and visibility are key! Join YoAunTeas, Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they spill tea about the Black LGBTQIA+ experience. They discuss current events and pop culture through their unique perspectives and experiences, highlighting the importance of representation within the LGBTQ+ community.
These are just four of the many great gay podcasts out there. They all offer something different, and they're all worth checking out. Whether you're looking for entertainment, education, representation, or community, you'll find it in these podcasts. Make sure to follow their websites and contact information for more information and updates about their upcoming episodes.