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Listen for free every week, as a different student, graduate or LGBT+ producer tells their most #QueerAF story on the podcast by National Student Pride. Hosted by Jamie Wareham, we commission young LGBT+ producers to tell their own stories so long as they are beyond the binary, sex-positive, challenge mental health, sexuality and identity taboos – or have unicorns spewing rainbows everywhere. Download and take the best UK lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer story podcast with you, as recommended by Cosmopolitan, Gay Star News, Attitude Magazine, Spotify Digital Pride collection and Apple Podcast's Pride collection. The show was nominated for a British Podcast Award 2019. We're back in 2020 with Season 4, with more LGBT+ reporters than ever.


#QueerAF keeps the pride of conversation – that is National Student Pride, an event for LGBT+ students and graduates – a discussion that carries on all year round. We have the UK's biggest free LGBT+ job fair powered by Pride.Careers, taboo challenging and topical panel discussions, live recordings of the show and tantalising performances. Don't miss the biggest event in the UK's student calendar, in February, the UK's LGBT History Month.

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Listen for free every week, as a different student, graduate or LGBT+ producer tells their most #QueerAF story on the podcast by National Student Pride. Hosted by Jamie Wareham, we commission young LGBT+ producers to tell their own stories so long as they are beyond the binary, sex-positive, challenge mental health, sexuality and identity taboos – or have unicorns spewing rainbows everywhere. Download and take the best UK lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer story podcast with you, as recommended by Cosmopolitan, Gay Star News, Attitude Magazine, Spotify Digital Pride collection and Apple Podcast's Pride collection. The show was nominated for a British Podcast Award 2019. We're back in 2020 with Season 4, with more LGBT+ reporters than ever.


#QueerAF keeps the pride of conversation – that is National Student Pride, an event for LGBT+ students and graduates – a discussion that carries on all year round. We have the UK's biggest free LGBT+ job fair powered by Pride.Careers, taboo challenging and topical panel discussions, live recordings of the show and tantalising performances. Don't miss the biggest event in the UK's student calendar, in February, the UK's LGBT History Month.

    To prepare for my mum's gay wedding, I talked to her about sexuality for the first time

    To prepare for my mum's gay wedding, I talked to her about sexuality for the first time

    To prepare for my mum's gay wedding, I talked to her about sexuality for the first time


    Journalist Eve Hartley sits down with her mum, ahead of her same-sex wedding, to discuss for the first time what her mum went through when she came out while Eve was only a few years old.


    Eve reflects on how her journey to understanding sexuality was so different to her mums. And the reason for that is all thanks to her Mum.


    Before celebrating her wedding, Eve sits down to tell her mum, that she is her ultimate queer icon. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 min
    We're back... Season 4 – Trailer

    We're back... Season 4 – Trailer

    #QueerAF is back for season four. With more LGBT+ reporters than ever.


    This year our stories come from Bristol, Manchester, Milton Keynes, with reporters from Northern Ireland, Leeds, London and beyond.


    When you listen – you support the students, graduates and LGBT+ reporters we mentor to build their audio portfolio. And they tell you beautifully produced queer stories. 


    They have stories on asexuality, sex shame, how to be happy and single, pansexuality, everything you need to know about being in a queer relationship, why LBQT women's spaces need a revolution and so much more.


    Back in your podcast feed, get us for free, every Monday from Jan 27. 


    Subscribe now on Spotify, Apple and podcast apps everywhere.


    This season is inspired by National Student Pride's themes:
    - Carving out space for womxn in the community
    - Queer Sex
    - Disability
    - Researching the Rainbow (STEM)


    Find out more about the festival, back on the 22nd-24th February, and visit www.studentpride.co.uk – where we have yet anohter amazing star studded live podcast recording on the main stage.


    We are #QueerAF. And so are you.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 2 min
    Everybody's Talking About Jamie: The story behind musical, with Dan Gillespie Sells and Layton Williams

    Everybody's Talking About Jamie: The story behind musical, with Dan Gillespie Sells and Layton Williams

    Don't mess with a boy in a dress, he was born to impress.


    Lead singer of the feeling and writer of the musical that’s taken the UK’s west end by storm Dan Gillespie Sells, joinst us for our season three finale, to tell the story behind the soundtrack to your #QueerAF life: Everybody's Talking About Jamie.


    In an ever changing world, the way we identify is constantly being challenged. Not just by people around us, but by ourselves too. And that’s why Jamie New, the 16 year old from Sheffield in the north of the UK, who’s career test says he’ll only amount to being a forklift truck driver – is such a refreshing story to watch, enjoy, and for queers everywhere – to see themselves in. And even better? It was inspired by a true story.


    We interview Dan Gillespie Sells, lead singer in the Feeling and writer of the show, and star Layton Williams who is playing Jamie in the UK's West End.


    With thanks to all to contributors this season. if you haven’t yet go back and listen to Martin Joseph, Jacob Edwards, Sebastian Hendra, Max Taylor, Cassie Galpin, Alice Taplin, and Patrick Reardon Morgan’s episodes. 


    For today’s episode thanks to Dan Gillespie Sells, Layton Williams and the team at Everybody’s talking about Jamie – and if you’re desperate to see the story but geography is getting in the way. Dan told us the movie is very much, in production.


    Just like Season 4 of the show, so stay subscribed on your podcast feeds, and bring us back faster with ratings and reviews in Apple, Spotify, Google podcasts or what ever app you listen in. Share us on social media tag in @studentpride, the whole reason we make this show to keep the pride of conversation alive all year round. 


    Today’s show was produced by @jamie_wareham.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    A Gay and a Non Gay discuss douching (to help LGBT+ rights)

    A Gay and a Non Gay discuss douching (to help LGBT+ rights)

    A Gay and Non Gay discuss douching (to help LGBT+ rights)


    James Barr and Dan Hudson host the hit UK LGBT+ podcast A Gay and a Non Gay, which began out of terrible conversation about pub etiquette.


    But their friendship really grew when their worlds collided, as Talia, Dan’s girlfriend and James’s friend, left for the USA; Leaving James and Dan to fend for themselves with just one task, to make a podcast.


    But when we say their worlds collided, we're not talking about the dynamic duo life making a podcast in their girlfriend’s absence. We're talking about the queer and straight world meeting head on. So on this week’s #QueerAF we ask: do we need straight allies to get the queer equality we both crave and demand?


    Plus we see what happens when hetero and homo crash together in a beautiful melee of rainbows, pints and douching.


    Big thanks to the podcast A Gay and a Non Gay for this week's show. Subscribe to them now: https://www.gaynongay.com/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 32 min
    Russia doesn't want you to listen to this podcast

    Russia doesn't want you to listen to this podcast

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is one of Russia’s most iconic cultural figures, but the country still denies he was gay. 125 years after his mysterious death, his magnificent symphonies, operas, and ballets – including all-time classics Swan Lake and The Nutcracker – are still performed, streamed and enjoyed by millions of people around the world.


    But behind Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous melodies and explosive orchestral climaxes lies the complicated story of a gay man. His sexuality brought him both joy and despair, but it was largely tolerated within Tchaikovsky’s social circles. Now his country outright denies that he was gay, bans so-called ‘gay propaganda’ and continues to torture LGBT+ people in the region of Chechnya.


    So is now more important celebrate Russia’s rich queer history?


    Support the Gay Star News #ChechnyaInCrisis appeal here: https://www.gofundme.com/chechnya-crisis-appeal
    Listen to Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3vaCn32O9E86DzxSAr2bh5?si=3ocQR1WBRSiSce2_xQN3Fg


    With thanks to reporter Patrick Reardon-Morgan (@preardonmorgan), the Philharmonia Orchestra in London (@Philharmonia) and executive production from host Jamie Wareham (@jamie_wareham). Check out our guest, Jon Jacob's podcast, Thoroughly Good:
    https://www.thoroughlygood.me/tag/thoroughly-good-podcast/


    Subscribe to #QueerAF on Apple Podcasts, Download on Spotify and get us on your favourite podcast app – or listen on your desktop with Acast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 27 min
    Did you make all your Sims gay too? | A brief queer history of gaming

    Did you make all your Sims gay too? | A brief queer history of gaming

    Did you make all your Sims gay too? This week on #QueerAF, reporter Alice Taplin brings us along on a ride down the Rainbow Road, not on Mario Kart, but on a brief history of queer gaming.
     
    Video games were long considered the territory of straight boys and men, with COD, Fifa, and GTA being the first thing that sprung to people’s imaginations. But with representation across the board having made rapid improvements and the creation of Steam making way for indie games, now everybody and their mum is playing some form of video game. So what does that mean for LGBT+ gay(mers)? We find out.
     
    With thanks to producer Alice Taplin (@alicetaplinish) and guest Chris Fox from Gaymers Inc for guiding us through this week's episode.


    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Download on Spotfiy and get us on your favourite podcast app – or listen on your desktop with Acast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 min

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