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LGBTQ+ Podcasts for Pride

Happy LGBTQ+ Pride Month 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️. Here's some great LGBTQ+ British podcasts and what they are covering this month.

8:22 PM GMT+1 on June 17, 2023

Homo Sapiens looks at how schools should teach and support LGBT+ pupils. They also aired a special episode made by the pupils of Hill Crest Primary, talking about what Pride means to them and their teachers. The Iris Prize Podcast, which celebrates the best in LGBTQ+ filmmaking, has launched a new series discussing representation and authentic casting. Outcast UK looks at the decision by the US shopping chain Target to move their Pride merchandise to less visible locations within their stores. Meanwhile, still state-side, James and Dan from A Gay and a Non Gay interviewed Pennsylvania State Representative Malcom Kenyatta about being black and gay and running for office

What The Trans?! has been looking at how the United Nations have been concerned about the treatment of trans people within the UK. Suzi Ruffell’s Out has interviews with the actor Ben Alridge and the drag queen and comedian Jonny WooAnd Queer Spaces: Behind the Scene recently did a behind-the-scenes trip at the UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum at King’s Cross in London.

Do also listen to some of the LGBTQ+ themed podcasts we have featured in this newsletter in recent weeks too. There’s Black and Gay, Back in the Day which amplifies Black LGBTQIA+ history through the decades and Queer Roots and Routes (“We are queer. We are migrants or descended from migrants. And we want to tell our stories.”) 

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