11 episodes

What’s on the Homo Schedule this week? Join hosts Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson as they check in with incredible creative queer folks and explore the wonderful, funny, and sometimes ridiculous parts of the LGBTQ+ experience – and add new items to the Schedule each episode. From Most, Netflix’s home for LGBTQ+ storytelling.

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    • Society & Culture

What’s on the Homo Schedule this week? Join hosts Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson as they check in with incredible creative queer folks and explore the wonderful, funny, and sometimes ridiculous parts of the LGBTQ+ experience – and add new items to the Schedule each episode. From Most, Netflix’s home for LGBTQ+ storytelling.

    Introducing Gender Reveal

    Introducing Gender Reveal

    We're excited to introduce you to Gender Reveal, an award-winning podcast made by and about trans people. Host Tuck Woodstock interviews LGBTQ+ artists, activists, and educators; answers listener questions; breaks down this week's gender news; and gets a little bit closer to understanding what the heck gender is.
    In this episode, Tuck speaks with theorist, author, and abolitionist Da’Shaun Harrison (they/them). Topics include:

    The way fatness functions as its own gender

    Working towards a better world without hope that we’ll achieve it

    Why the concept of health is unsalvageable

    Why we’re tired of talking about pronouns with cis people

    Plus: destroying gender!

    Find Da’Shaun and Belly of the Beast: The Politics of Anti-Fatness as Anti-Blackness at linktr.ee/DaShaunLH.
    References: “Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe” by Hortense J. Spillers.
    Find episode transcripts and starter packs for new listeners at genderpodcast.com. We’re also on Twitter and Instagram @gendereveal. Join our Patreon (patreon.com/gender) to receive our weekly newsletter, plus stickers and other rewards.
     

    • 38 min
    Introducing QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

    Introducing QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

    We'd like to introduce you to one of our favorite podcasts, QUEERY. Host and standup comic, Cameron Esposito, sits down with  some of the brightest luminaries in the LGBTQ+ family. This episode is a compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2021, featuring clips from Episode #177 with Hayley Kiyoko, Episode #184 with Brandi Carlile, and Episode #187 with Alaska Thunderfuck.

    • 40 min
    Fortune Feimster’s Schedule

    Fortune Feimster’s Schedule

    How do you hide the vegetables of meaningful messages in the brownie of comedy? What is it like having your mom as a constant guest on your podcast? And do you feel successful even as a constantly touring stand-up comedian? All that and more as Liv and Jasmin talk to Fortune Feimster!
    Citations
    - Why Being A Workaholic Is Awful For You AND Everyone Around You by Harry Bradford for Huffpost 
    - Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome by Ruchika Tulshyan and Jodi-Ann Burey for The Harvard Business Review 
    Bio
    Stand-up comedian, writer, and actor Fortune Feimster is one of the busiest women working today. She first became known as a writer and panelist on E's hit show Chelsea Lately, and then starred as a series regular on The Mindy Project for Hulu and Champions for NBC. You might know them now from touring the world doing standup, her most recent one-hour special on Netflix called "Sweet & Salty,” or her weekly podcast, Sincerely Fortune.
    Credits
    - Hosts: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Producer: Eric Silver
    - Co-Producers: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Editor, Engineer & Sound Designer: Mischa Stanton
    - Executive Producer: Amanda McLoughlin
    - Researcher: Gina Cherelus
    - Created by: Jasmin Savoy Brown
    - Produced by: Multitude & Netflix
    Find Us Online
    - Twitter: @Most
    - Instagram: @Most
    About The Show
    How did the homo schedule turn you into the creative person you are today? Chairpeople of the Meeting Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson interview incredible creative queer folk, explore the funny and ridiculous parts of the LGBTQ+ experience, and add new items to the schedule. Produced by Multitude for the Most, the queer vertical at Netflix.

    • 42 min
    Leo Sheng’s Schedule

    Leo Sheng’s Schedule

    What's it like being cast in a show that influenced your identity as a kid? How do you make space for yourself while growing up as one of the only queer and asian kids in your town? And where are all the queer Disney royals? All that and more as Liv and Jasmin talk to Leo Sheng!
    Citations
    - In Hollywood, Asian American stories are rare, but Asian American LGBTQ stories are even rarer by Lakshmi Gandhi for NBCNews
    - During the 1970s, Social Workers Began Placing LGBTQ Youth with Queer Foster Families by Matt Katz for WNYC’s The Takeaway
    - And here is Leo’s Twitter thread about queer & trans BIPOC!
    Bio
    Leo Sheng is a Chinese-American actor and activist known for playing Micah Lee on The L Word: Generation Q. He came out as trans when he was 12 and started his social transition in middle school, and later on, he publicly documented his transition online. His activism has centered the narratives of trans people, particularly trans people of color; authentic representation in the media; and deconstructing gendered systems.
    Credits
    - Hosts: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Producer: Eric Silver
    - Co-Producers: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Editor, Engineer & Sound Designer: Mischa Stanton
    - Executive Producer: Amanda McLoughlin
    - Researcher: Gina Cherelus
    - Created by: Jasmin Savoy Brown
    - Produced by: Multitude & Netflix
    Find Us Online
    - Twitter: @Most
    - Instagram: @Most

    • 44 min
    Carmen Maria Machado’s Schedule

    Carmen Maria Machado’s Schedule

    What is that connects the sensual and the monstrous? Is there a right way to be creative? And how does a hypochondriac make it through a pandemic? All that and more as Liv and Jasmin talk to Carmen Maria Machado!
    Citations
    - Generations of Mentorship: Conversations With L.G.B.T.Q. Elders by Jamal Jordan for The New York Times
    - On writing about whatever you want by Carmen Maria Machado for The Creative Independent
    - Carmen Maria Machado Takes Us 'In The Dream House' by Code Switch
    - The artist Jasmin mentioned is Tashina Suzuki!
    Bio
    Carmen Maria Machado is the author of the bestselling memoir In the Dream House and the award-winning short story collection Her Body and Other Parties. She has been a finalist for the National Book Award and the winner of many awards, including the Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Fiction, the Lambda Literary Award for LGBTQ Nonfiction, and the Shirley Jackson Award. In 2018, the New York Times listed Her Body and Other Parties as a member of "The New Vanguard," one of "15 remarkable books by women that are shaping the way we read and write fiction in the 21st century."
    Credits
    - Hosts: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Producer: Eric Silver
    - Co-Producers: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Editor, Engineer & Sound Designer: Mischa Stanton
    - Executive Producer: Amanda McLoughlin
    - Researcher: Gina Cherelus
    - Created by: Jasmin Savoy Brown
    - Produced by: Multitude & Netflix
    Find Us Online
    - Twitter: @Most
    - Instagram: @Most

    • 35 min
    Caleb Hearon’s Schedule

    Caleb Hearon’s Schedule

    How important is male friendship, even if it’s not something talked about for gay men? What are you supposed to do with your friend who is clearly in the wrong? And can Caleb address the incredibly controversial things he’s tweeted? All that and more as Jasmin and Liv talk to Caleb Hearon!
    Citations
    - Overcoming American Masculinity to Build a Deep Male Friendship by Julie Beck for The Atlantic
    - On being queer and mourning the loss of straight male friendships by Hari Ziyad for The Black Youth Project
    - Britney Spears has been freed from her conservatorship!
    Bio
    Caleb Hearon is a comedian, writer, and actor currently writing for Netflix’s upcoming animated series “Human Resources,” a spinoff of “Big Mouth.” He lived and performed in Chicago for a few years, where his viral character videos attracted attention on Twitter. Caleb lives in Los Angeles now and was recently named one of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch.
    Credits
    - Hosts: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Producer: Eric Silver
    - Co-Producers: Jasmin Savoy Brown and Liv Hewson
    - Editor, Engineer & Sound Designer: Mischa Stanton
    - Executive Producer: Amanda McLoughlin
    - Researcher: Gina Cherelus
    - Created by: Jasmin Savoy Brown
    - Produced by: Multitude & Netflix
    Find Us Online
    - Twitter: @Most
    - Instagram: @Most

    • 41 min

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