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"Where All Voices Matter"
Category: Gay & Lesbian
Location: Sunderland, United Kingdom
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September 20, 2020 08:04 AM PDT

It's the 100th episode of Being LGBTQ!

Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil - The first gay member of a Royal Family to come out publicly. Prince Manvendra came out in 2006 and has since become an advocate for LGBTQ people. Manvendra talks about his coming out, changes to the law in India, conversion therapy and supporting LGBTQ youth worldwide.

Daniel Molyneaux - U.K. based LGBTQ music artist, Daniel recently released his second album 'Free', his first as an openly gay man. 'Free' traces Daniel's coming out journey and what it has been like since. Daniel also speaks to Sam about improving representation of LGBTQ people on British television and the importance of normalising LGBTQ people. 

September 06, 2020 07:34 AM PDT


Sarah Kellysen - Queer music artist from Calgary in Canada, Kellysen who was once part of a long running web series has just released her latest album 'Rainbow Rhythm'. Sarah talks about the album, wanting to raise people's spirits after what has been a difficult year so far and educating others in the community about trans identities.

T.F. Wright - Creator of the new Queer witch digital novel 'Wicked Willow', T.F. tells us about storytelling, the inclusion of LGBTQ characters, the uniqueness of digital novel storytelling and their time campaigning for LGBTQ rights which included calling for the overturning of proposition 8 and working on Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign.

September 02, 2020 06:15 AM PDT


Natasha Hawthornwaite - Lesbian filmmaker from Wigan in the United Kingdom at Northern Heart Films. Natasha talks about coming out in her mid-20's and her journey discovering her identity, including her school life and the impact on her relationships, she hopes that her story will inspire others. Northern Heart are currently working on a number of LGBTQ projects including the story of an Egyptian man who has fled persecution due to his sexuality and sought refuge in Spain. 

August 30, 2020 03:45 PM PDT


Angela Chen - Asexual author and journalist talks about her new book 'Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society and the Meaning of Sex' which has been described as an engaging exploration of what it means to be asexual in a world that's obsessed with sexual attraction, and what an ace perspective can teach all of us about desire and identity. Sam chats to Angela about the many myths surrounding what it means to be asexual including Angela's personal journey of discovery.

August 26, 2020 07:33 AM PDT


Michael Kaye - Michael helms global communications and public relations for dating platform 'Ok Cupid'. The app has become increasingly popular among the LGBTQ community in recent years. Michael shares his top tips on setting up the perfect dating profile, how the pandemic has changed the way people date and if this could be a 'new normal' in a post-COVID world and how the app is galvanising more support for 'Black Lives Matter', including donating to black civil rights organisations. 

August 23, 2020 10:56 AM PDT


Michelle Partington - Founder of Mentis Training and Consultancy which offers mental health training, workshops, coaching and more with the aim of promoting mental fitness and resilience. Michelle served 23 years in the Royal Air Force as a medic and retired after being diagnosed with PTSD after witnessing traumatic scenes while deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Michelle chats to Sam about her mental health journey, the changing attitude of the armed forces towards LGBTQ service people and founding Mentis.

August 18, 2020 09:48 AM PDT


Nena Erb - Emmy's 2020 nominated editor. Nena has been working on HBO's comedy drama series 'Insecure' since the shows third season and has been nominated in the editing category at this year Emmy's. Nena has edited a range of TV shows over the course of her 18 year career from drama to documentary and reality TV. She says her goal is to 'advance the stories of others' and for an episode of Apple TV's docu-series 'Little America' she edited an episode which focussed on a gay man fleeing persecution in Sudan. Nena immigrated to the United States from Taipei, Taiwan in the 70's.

August 16, 2020 09:02 AM PDT


Bryce Quartz - LGBTQ rapper based in Greensboro, North Carolina talks about his music which up until now has been mostly controversial delving into politics with 'Make America Gay Again' and taking aim at a homophobic religious University. Sam speaks to Bryce about what's coming next, the challenge of homophobia in the United States, his new track 'Game Over!' and more. Also - news about a mural dedicated to George Michael which is due to be unveiled in London next month and we say a big happy Birthday to UK Black Pride on the organisations 15th birthday. 

August 12, 2020 05:28 AM PDT


Neil Blackmore - Author of the new book 'The Intoxicating Mr Lavelle' (released in physical form August 13th 2020. Blackmore has created an intriguing character, a fictional story which accurately portrays the attitudes towards gay men in Europe in the 19th century. The book follows brothers Benjamin and Edgar Bowen as they embark on a tour of Europe. Things take a turn when they encounter Horace Lavelle, a fabulous LGBT character who gives Benjamin quite the education, a character you will come to love and hate. Neil chats to Sam about the book and gives us an insight in the mind of Mr Lavelle.

August 09, 2020 09:48 AM PDT


Jonathan Welford - One half of the 'Antique Dust' podcast joins Sam to talk about old TV shows and how the face of TV has changed over the years. Debates around offensive representations of LGBTQ people and the BAME communities have gained traction lately, with many calling for harmful and offensive representations to be censored from TV. Should past shows be censored or kept as a reminder of the difficulties of the past? Also - Sam reflects on recent events in Poland, which have resulted in LGBTQ activists being arrested for protesting anti-LGBTQ sentiment and the homophobic administration of newly elected President Duda.

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