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Top Rated Lesbian Podcasts

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Dial and Error
Dial and Error is a weekly call-in podcast with Luna Brekke where she takes calls from anyone who wants to call her. Follow @DialAndError on Twitter to track when the line is open. New episodes weekly. Theme song is This Is It by Pat the Bunny (originally by Michael Jordan Touchdown Pass) using Creative Commons license.
Punishment Island
There are things we don't speak of in Kampala, that's why the city always ruins the naive and innocent. After an encounter that shows her the darker side of the city; Naka, shares her story and those of others from around Uganda. Episodes available every fortnight.
Let's Have A Kiki - With MovieBitches
Join Avaryl and Andrew from MovieBitches on our monthly podcast where we talk about everything and anything we want to! From Drag Race to movies, TV shows to the books we're reading, nothing is off limits!
They/Them/Theirs - A Monthly Non-binary Discussion
Jo and Rayne are non-binary and once a month they sit down and talk about what that means. We're here, we're queer, let's talk about it.
Cornbread and Caviar
Born of personal experiences with social disharmony, racial discrimination and disparate opportunities, as compared to racial counterparts, the creator of Cornbread & Caviar grew tired of he and his people being “dissed”. His solution? A podcast where he, his producers and guests can have an open and lively dialogue about many topics that affect the African American community. Cornbread & Caviar is an educational and collaborative space, designed to stimulate and entertain listeners using a range of topics to provoke thought, bring about unity, cultivate tolerance and collaboration, and catalyze change. Go ahead...Share & Subscribe!!
Monday Thursday Power Hour
In Monday Thursday Power Hour, Luna Brekke has various guests join her and interviews them with totally normal, not at all weird questions. New 45-minute episodes every Tuesday.
Deck of Friendship!
Deck of Friendship! is a podcast about anime that are based on real-life games. We cover shows like Yu-Gi-Oh!, Bakugan, Card Fight, Digimon, and more! Hosted by Marble (@marblecantus on twitter), Ray (@eleray13 on twitter), and Mars (@onesailormars on twitter). Updates every Tuesday on lunarlightstudio.com! Follow us @friendshipdeck on twitter!
Make the Yuletide Gay
Lunar Light Studio is putting together something HUGE! Stay tuned for this very special holiday miracle, premiering on Christmas Eve, December 24th!
That's Spooky
A weekly sashay through some of the freakiest real stories from around the world with your new gay best friends, Johnny and Tyler!
Kinky, Nerdy, and Poly
Curious about kink? Need to know more about nerds? Puzzled by polyamory? Meet M & G. One allosexual and one asexual. A sadist and a masochist. Transfeminine and transmasculine. Both are kinky, nerdy, and polyamorous. In this podcast we explore the relationship between these three defining features that are interwoven in some evident, and some not so evident, ways. This isn’t your ordinary alternative podcast.
Artificial Ghost Radio
Your Unofficial Guide To The Airwaves. Artificial Ghost Radio is a music review and discussion comedy show.
Gaylords of Darkness
When the clock strikes 6:66, the Gaylords of Darkness (Anthony Hudson & Stacie Ponder) come forth to chart the arcane world of horror through a queer lens - with occasional visits from ghouls, goblins, and briefcase ladies from the 1980s.
No One Can Hear You Read
A horror podcast of old and new stories.
Feminism Out Loud
Feminism Out Loud is a mix of discussion, analysis and interviews with an Australian focus. Episodes are produced monthly and include details of upcoming feminist events around Australia.
Sharing is Caring
Welcome to Sharing is Caring the podcast! We are Kiwi and Cherie, a New Zealand and French couple living in London. Join us on our adventure as we open our relationship and lives to explore the swinging lifestyle, sex positivity and ethical non-monogamy. In this podcast we talk openly about our experiences, what we have learnt, and what we are still learning.
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