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Top LGBT Podcasts

Flame ON!

Thrill as the boys dish on all of geekdom and gaydom – comics, movies, video games, drag divas – it’s all here. These fellas are fuuueled like FIRE! So start melting cuz this show is hotter than hot! It’s HOT! HOT! HOT!

The Blood Crow Stories

The Blood Crow Stories is an anthology series of horror stories. Our first season highlights the story of the S.S. Utopia, a cruise ship in the early 1900's. Modern-day college student, Max, begins to do his thesis on the audio diaries of the passengers on the ship. What he didn't know were the horrors that were waiting for him among the tapes, and why the ship sank so mysteriously almost 100 years ago.

EastEnders Weekly

Welcome to Eastenders Weekly, The only weekly podcast all about Eastenders.

Gayish Podcast

Mike and Kyle discuss gay stereotypes they do and don't fit into. Grab a glass of rose, throw out your gay assumptions, and get ready to find out how two gay guys are really a mixture of gay and straight.

A Gay and A NonGay

In a time where we're all threatened by a rhetoric of hate from the people in power; A Gay And A NonGay challenges many of our differences head on and promises that no matter who you are, or what you're into (Bruce Springsteen or Britney), love is love and gay and nongays can be friends.An independent podcast from James Barr (@imjamesbarr) and Dan Hudson (@DanHudson). Contact us on Twitter, IG or Facebook @gaynongay

Small Town Queer Stuff.

Jen interview people living across the United States and all over the world about how they deal with living in areas not traditionally accepting of LGBTQA folk and the particular challenges they face day to day or when they lived in those places. There will also be some personal stuff and maybe a skit or two. We'll nail that down soon enough.

Kaleidotrope: A Romantic Comedy

Kaleidotrope Podcast is a queer romantic comedy podcast set on a slightly magical college campus and playing around with romance tropes, particularly fanfiction tropes. The plot centers around Drew and Harrison, two reluctant college radio co-hosts-turned-accidental-advice-givers who find themselves in the middle of the campus’s oldest mystery: Do happy endings really happen at Sidlesmith? Can you really find your trope? And if the magic isn’t real, what does that mean for two polar opposites who find themselves falling for each other twice a week for half an hour on a suddenly popular radio show?