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Beau my God is a unique insight into Queer culture, history, and current events, centering around the perspective of a Non-Binary Trans Man. Join Beau (he/they) in their journey to finding themself, including this podcast and an accompanying Vlog that can be found on YouTube, at Beau my God! Find us on Instagram @beaumygodpod, or @beaubrads.

Beau my God Beau Bradley

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Beau my God is a unique insight into Queer culture, history, and current events, centering around the perspective of a Non-Binary Trans Man. Join Beau (he/they) in their journey to finding themself, including this podcast and an accompanying Vlog that can be found on YouTube, at Beau my God! Find us on Instagram @beaumygodpod, or @beaubrads.

    Welcome Back

    Welcome Back

    Welcome back to Beau My God, as host Beau Bradley (he/they) begins to re-structure the podcast into segments!

    In this week's all new episode, Beau catches us up on some current events in the LGBTQIA+ community including how a Human Rights Tribunal in British Columbia enforced mandatory training and fees from a local restaurant after the business fired a waiter for speaking up against being misgendered in the work place, how an Orlando teen became the first Transgender Homecoming Queen in school history, and a catch up with Beau on his journey with Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy (GAHT), also known as Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), or Testosterone if you are being specific. Then the episode ends with a reading from Alok Vaid-Menon's book, Beyond the Gender Binary.  

    Let us know your experiences on the differences between how you perceive your gender identity and how society perceives you! 

    Share with us what you want to hear about! Or who you want to learn from! 

    Go to  www.beaumygod.com and check out our merch including hoodies, stickers and hats!! 

    Sources:
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-server-who-was-fired-after-asking-to-be-addressed-by-correct-pronouns-awarded-30k-1.6194662https://www.them.us/story/canadian-court-rules-misgendering-human-rights-violation https://www.them.us/story/philadelphia-unveiled-mural-celebrating-trans-people https://www.nbcnews.com/nbc-out/out-community-voices/philadelphia-unveils-first-mural-celebrating-transgender-people-rcna2569 https://www.wesh.com/article/orlando-first-transgender-homecoming-queen/37778504# Vaid-Menon, Alok. 2020. Beyond the Gender Binary. New York, NY: Penguin. 

    • 14 min
    World's First Transgender District with Juniper Yun + Jupiter Peraza

    World's First Transgender District with Juniper Yun + Jupiter Peraza

    This week's all new episode of Beau my God features two guest from the world's first Transgender Cultural District, which lies in the heart of San Francisco, CA, USA.

    Host Beau Bradley (he/they) is joined by Juniper Yun (she/they), Director of Cultural Affairs for The Transgender District; and Jupiter Peraza (she/her), Director of Social Justice and Empowerment for the Transgender District, who walk Beau (and listeners) graciously through the history of the 1966 Compton's Cafeteria Riots and the history of the Tenderloin in San Francisco.

    This episode shares not only crucial San Francisco history, but also Trans and Queer history, information about the history of racism and transphobia in our world, a lot of truth, and a some #TransJoy as well.  Listen in to hear how the organization helped to make history yet again, as they await the initiation of August as the official Transgender Pride Month for the City of San Francisco, and how you can commemorate the history of the Compton's Cafeteria Riots with Juniper, Jupiter, and the rest of the Transgender District on Sunday August 29th, 2021 from 12-4pm on the 100 block of Taylor Street in San Francisco.

    Thank you so much to the Transgender District for sharing your initiatives, history, and future plans with us. You can find more about our guests this week at www.transgenderdistrictsf.com or on social media @trasngenderdistrict .

    Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and follow along for more Beau my God! You can visit our website www.beaumygod.com or find us on social media @beaumygodpod . 

    • 15 min
    Beau my God turns One with Rose Bradley

    Beau my God turns One with Rose Bradley

    On this short and sweet episode, host Beau Bradley (he/they) sits down with returning guest and partner Rose Bradley (they/them) for an update on their pronouns, and to celebrate one year of existence for BMG, which initially published for the first time on 8/1/2020. 

    This cheery recap and rounded discussion is filled with giggles and even a tiny clip of Beau's pre-testosterone voice (if you can remember what that sounded like)! 

    Don't forget to rate, subscribe and follow along for more Beau my God! 

    You can find us on Instagram @BeauMyGodPod or at www.beaumygod.com 

    • 18 min
    Testosterone is Magic with Marty Noel Chenyao

    Testosterone is Magic with Marty Noel Chenyao

    On this week's episode of Beau my God, host Beau Bradley (he/they) sits down with returning guest Marty Noel Chenyao (he/him) from www.theantisocialite.com to discuss gender, the gender binary, testosterone, feelings, and so much more.  In this up close and personal episode, both Marty and Beau share some of the  changes they have noticed since starting Testosterone, discuss their respective definitions of Non-Binary, and consider what the world would look like without gender. This introspective and raw episode might just answer some of your questions... and if not... stay tuned for more, because Marty will indeed be back! 

    You can find Marty on IG @the.antisocialite !

    Don't forget to Rate, Subscribe and Follow for more Beau my God! 

    You can find us on IG @BeauMyGodPod, we're also on Facebook, Etsy, Twitter, TikTok and more! 

    • 54 min
    You Can Google It

    You Can Google It

    In this episode of Beau my God, host Beau Bradley (he/they) speaks directly to listeners about Pride month, LGBTQIA+ rights and advocacy, the emotions and feelings that accompany June every year, and lots more.

    The most important part of this week's all new episode?

    How you can be an ally, an advocate, and an all around good Queer, ALL YEAR LONG!

    Don't miss this short chatty episode with Beau who gets into his feels and opens up passionately about what Pride month means to them.

    References and Links:


    https://www.aclu.org/legislation-affecting-lgbt-rights-across-country https://www.thetrevorproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Guide-to-Being-an-Ally-to-Transgender-and-Nonbinary-Youth.pdf https://www.hrc.org/press-releases/2021-officially-becomes-worst-year-in-recent-history-for-lgbtq-state-legislative-attacks-as-unprecedented-number-of-states-enact-record-shattering-number-of-anti-lgbtq-measures-into-lawhttps://www.aclu.org https://pflag.orghttps://www.hrc.orghttps://www.google.com Music: The Gays Watch:
    Docu-Series: Trans in TrumplandDocumentary: DisclosureTV show: Pose TV show: The L Word Generation QTV show: The Real L Word TV show: Feel GoodDonate:


    https://www.thetrevorproject.orghttps://www.cheerseattle.orghttps://www.pridecheerleadingassociation.org 

    • 20 min
    Charitable Cheerleading with Pride Cheerleading Association

    Charitable Cheerleading with Pride Cheerleading Association

    Happy second week of Pride month! This week's all new Beau My God episode features both founding members and members of the board of directors, for the Pride Cheerleading Association (PCA), an affiliation of Member Teams united by a common philanthropic mission: to support people living with life-challenging conditions in the LGBTQ+ community and beyond. Conceived in 2004 from the natural evolution of community-based, charitable cheerleading, PCA is now a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization.

    Host Beau Bradley (he/they) sits down with 5 enchanting guests, including PCA co-founder and current Secretary, Sara Toogood (she/her); PCA Co-Founder and member of CHEER Salt Lake, Valina Eckley (she/her); PCA Board Director and Coach for Cheer New York, Colyn Fiendel-Milani (he/him); Program Director for CHEER SF and  former PCA Board President , Anthony Chavira (he/him); and last but certainly not least, 19-year performing member CHEER SF, Nguyen Pham (he/him), to talk about charitable cheerleading; Gay Games 2022 in Hong Kong, and the Federation of Gay Games; and the history behind the charitable organization, originating in San Francisco, California, U.S.A, in the 1980s.

    Listen in as the six dynamic  volun-cheerleaders discuss community, fundraising, the global reach of PCA Worldwide..wide..wide... (sorry I had to!), and so, so much more!

    Be sure to check out PCA on Social media @PrideCheerleadingAssociation , online at www.PrideCheerleading.org 
    WAYS TO DONATE
    PCA Website: www.pridecheerleading.orgPCA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrideCheerleadingAssociationVenmo: @pridecheerleadingassociationPayPal: @pridecheerleadingassociationYou can find  the extended version of this Beau my God episode on YouTube, with more stories and content, next Wednesday! Stay tuned by subscribing, rating us, and following along on social media @BeauMyGodPod .

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Gurd R. ,

A MUST listen!!

Beau is such a vulnerable, personable host. I love listening and learning from his personal insight and he manages to get a diverse set of guests as well. The interviews have 100% changes my perspective on transgender issues. I’m a huge fan!!!

Mermanda57 ,

New Favorite Podcast

From the very first episode, Beau has created a podcast that cradles your brain and makes you feel loved and heard as they simultaneously deposit knowledge into its folds in a gentle, jazzy voice that’s pleasant to listen to. I started listening because I wanted to learn about other people similar to me, and to support my friend. But this podcast is so well researched, and the guests so compelling and knowledgeable, it has easily become one of my most anticipated weekly/bi-weekly podcasts. Beau is so funny and friendly as a person, which is evident even if you don’t personally know them, which makes their intelligence and wit so unassuming - you feel as if they’re learning along with you, until you realize that it’s those excellent questions that you never thought to ask, the effortless rapport with their guests, and astounding research and statistics that bring it all to life. I anticipate each new topic in this whole eye-opening, sometimes scary, often joyful and celebratory, world that Beau folds us into each week. Thank you for the hard work that you do. You can be sound in the knowledge that you are bringing true good into the world.

Swiss Cheese Beats ,

Brave and inspiring!

I love that Beau is being vulnerable and taking us on this journey with them! I’m excited for what’s to come!

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