Award-Nominated Podcast Celebrates Pride with a Diversity of LGBT Stories
Podcast guests include a transgender atheist, a deaf pup, & a gay man that came out in his 60s
SEATTLE - June 25, 2019 - PRLog -- Gayish, a podcast about gay stereotypes, celebrates Pride 2019 by releasing episodes showcasing the diversity of stories in the LGBT+ community. Guests include an panel of people of color, a trans atheist, a "late bloomer" who came out in his 60s, and a deaf pup.
Gayish co-creator and co-host Kyle Getz said, "This isn't just a way to educate non-LGBT people about the vast experiences of queer people. It's for people like my co-host and me—gay, white, cis-gender men—who are the most privileged, and too often the least accepting, of other minorities within our own community. The only way love truly wins is if we all win together."
Guests on episodes released this month include:
Although underrepresented in media, these stories aren't unique. After his episode released in early June, Mark said, "I've been hearing all day from people it helped."
About Gayish: Gayish is an LGBT podcast that discusses gay stereotypes with humor, authenticity and vulnerability. It peaked at #13 on the iTunes Top 100 Sexuality podcasts, and it has twice been nominated for Best LGBT Podcast by the Podcast Awards. Other episode topics have included drag queens, pedophiles, self-harm.
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