Think Queerly is a thought leadership podcast to empower queer creators and change-makers to discover, create, and evolve to make a difference for the betterment of all humanity. Thinker, writer, transformational coach, Darren Stehle, offers a queer perspective to an often divisive and binary worldview. There is no so-called normal without queerness, which is an essential counter-balance that supports a healthy, loving, inclusive, and equitable society. Darren explores LGBTQ+ history, social and political issues, and hosts discussions with queer leaders and creators who are making a difference in the world.
UPDATE: Live Community Human(e) Heartedness & LGBTQ+ Creator's Forums
Starting on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, I will be holding a bi-weekly, live community forum where you can ask me anything — from how to lead in the way of Human(e) Heartedness for the common good or to get support as a queer creator in your efforts to make a difference in the world.
Brainstorming Playful Gamification for a Non-Cis Gender Somatic Pleasure Practice
A Think Queerly Podcast IDEA(tion) coaching session with sex somatics pleasure practitioner and queer creator, Ro Rose.
What to Expect from the Think Queerly Podcast in 2022
What I share in today's episode are the changes I have put into place that better distinguish my message and content — what that means for the Think Queerly Podcast, and details about the launch of my new project, The Way of Human(e) Heartedness.
Queerness, Horror, Memoir, and Toronto LGBTQ History in “RED X” — a New Novel by David Demchuk
A Think Queerly Podcast Interview with award-winning author, David Demchuk.
My Top 10 Articles and Think Queerly Podcast Episodes from 2021
A collection of my ideas and practices to help people experience more love, happiness, contentment, and freedom
What Are the Character Traits that Ground Who You Are?
A Personal Evolution Process (PEP) to discover your dominant attitudes and behaviours that demonstrate and are representative of your authentic self.
Using carefully curated sources and provocative philosophical questions, Darren teaches us how to go within when navigating the ups and downs of life instead of pointing fingers.
It’s really such a beautiful and thoughtful podcast.
I like to listen while I walk or jog.
Voice of Reason
I really enjoy this podcast and the content that Darren shares on social media platforms. He says what the community needs to hear on how to be there for ourselves and one another and make positive changes in our lives and for our community.
Queer self discovery
Darren, I’ve started to listen more to your podcasts recently and kudos to you.
I was and still am having hard time adjusting to the toxic masculinity at work and your pod cast have helped me a lot.
They opened up my mind In understanding the queer life and being able to See and label toxic masculinity on people who don’t accept us nor want to help us excel in life as lgbt members in or fully out.
My previous stance on this topic was to be nice and people will see the good but now I have changed it to if you don’t accept me I am not here to please you, and in some ways it has worked with people who are not fully right winged but at the same to
Ive accept I can’t change every one.
Thank you for doing what you do best write and speak so eloquently (sometimes with Freudian slips which are great comic relives and I find my self chuckle while driving )
So I’m writing this text to really motivate you more to expand your podcast and maybe idea to get more involved psych DRs as guest on your show to expand and give more advise and toolsets on how to deal with lgbt issues on day to day basis.
And That you are changing lives.