9 episodes

Welcome to Fabutude, the podcast where Wynn and Stephan, your fab besties, dive into new captivating mini-series themes every month with a new episode each week. Tune in for insightful discussions, entertaining trivia, and silly stories to help you embrace your fabulous attitude and navigate the world with authenticity and empowerment. Let’s explore diverse topics and celebrate the vibrant spirit of the LGBTQIA+ community together.


Fabutude SirFreezy Presents

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3 • 4 Ratings

Welcome to Fabutude, the podcast where Wynn and Stephan, your fab besties, dive into new captivating mini-series themes every month with a new episode each week. Tune in for insightful discussions, entertaining trivia, and silly stories to help you embrace your fabulous attitude and navigate the world with authenticity and empowerment. Let’s explore diverse topics and celebrate the vibrant spirit of the LGBTQIA+ community together.


    EP 8 | Masc vs. Fem Pt. 2 - Gender Bender

    EP 8 | Masc vs. Fem Pt. 2 - Gender Bender

    Welcome to FABUTUDE, where every episode is a fabulous attitude boost! In this episode of our 'Then to Now' segment, strap in with hosts Wynn and Stephan as they rev up the Delorean, taking us on a cinematic journey through the evolving portrayal of gender norms in media. From the cookie-cutter roles of the '50s and '60s to the groundbreaking narratives of the 2000s, discover the seismic shifts that have shaped our screen stories. 
    The 'Word of the Week' is 'Metrosexual.' Dive into its origins and join our hosts in crafting snappy sentences, then share your own on social media for a fab shout-out! @Fabutude awaits your creativity. As Wynn and Stephan race through decades of media evolution, they spotlight iconic shows and characters that broke barriers and reshaped gender perspectives. From the empowering tales of "Xena: Warrior Princess" and "Sex and the City" to the trailblazing stories in "Transparent" and "Steven Universe", get ready for a rollercoaster of revelations. 
    The climax? A riveting discussion on today's media's role in breaking or bolstering stereotypes, and a candid chat about their personal media inspirations. As always, the duo's playful jabs and witty banter make this deep dive as entertaining as it is enlightening. As the credits roll on this episode, Wynn and Stephan leave you with a challenge: To view media through a fresh lens, acknowledging its power in shaping society's view on gender. 
    Engage with us on @Fabutude using the hashtag #genderbender and share your standout media moments that challenged the norm. Tune in next week for another fab episode in our 'Masc. vs. Fem.' mini-series. And as we always say, never dull your sparkle, Fabbies!"

    Word of the week, Metrosexual


    Textually Presenting Masculinity and the Body on Mobile Dating Apps for Men Who Have Sex With Men

    (Brandon Miller, 2018)


    Discursive representation of masculinity and femininity in Tinder and Grindr: Hegemonic masculinity, feminine devaluation and femmephobia

    (Antonio García-Gómez, 2020)


    • 29 min
    EP 7 | Masc vs. Fem Pt. 1 - Beyond the Binary

    EP 7 | Masc vs. Fem Pt. 1 - Beyond the Binary

    Welcome to FABUTUDE, the podcast where we help you find your fabulous attitude, your 'Fabutude'! This episode marks the beginning of our enlightening mini-series theme - 'Masc. vs. Fem.'
    Join your fabulous hosts, Wynn and Stephan, on this captivating journey into the world of gender norms and stereotypes. Together, they not only define these concepts but also dissect and discuss them in a compelling and relatable manner. Starting with their own personal gender journeys, Wynn and Stephan share experiences and anecdotes that shape their understanding of the spectrum that is masculinity and femininity.
    The 'Word of the Week' is 'Gender Binary,' and our hosts invite you to use this term in a sentence and share with them on social media. Who knows, you might win a special surprise!
    They then dive into a comprehensive discussion about the impact of gender norms and roles on individuals and society. How do these norms affect our personal and professional lives? How are they perpetuated? And most importantly, how can we challenge and overcome them? Wynn and Stephan offer insightful perspectives, all while keeping the conversation engaging with their light-hearted banter and quick wit.
    A highlight of the episode is when the hosts debate if societal templates for gender roles can be helpful in some way or if they are inherently restrictive. This thought-provoking dialogue might get you questioning your own stance on the matter.
    The episode wraps up with the hosts encouraging everyone to live beyond binary constraints and to embrace their unique identities. The key takeaway? Be authentic and stay fabulous!
    Don't forget to connect with us on social media @fabutude and share your thoughts using the hashtag #comingout.
    Be sure to follow, subscribe, and join us next week as we continue this exciting exploration of 'Masc. vs. Fem.' And remember, as we love to say - stay fabulous, Fabbies!

    Click here for the recipe for Stephan's Dad's Beef Stroganoff! bit.ly/3P8ebBM


    Word of the week, Metrosexual


    • 31 min
    EP 6 | Coming Out Pt. 3 - ¿Questioning?

    EP 6 | Coming Out Pt. 3 - ¿Questioning?

    Welcome to FABUTUDE, the lively podcast about embracing your unique fabulous attitude or your 'Fabutude.' In the latest part of our 'Coming Out' series, hosts Wynn and Stephan dive deep into self-discovery and the experiences of the LGBTQ+ community.

    Kicking off with our 'Word of the Week' segment, we explore the term 'Questioning' and its cultural relevance in 2023. Our hosts create impactful sentences around this term, encouraging listeners to engage with them on social media using this word.

    The episode then progresses to 'Famous Firsts,' where we honor key figures from the LGBTQ+ community, discussing the struggles and achievements of Alan Turing and Sam Smith, along with the transformative journeys of Kim Petras and Jojo Siwa.

    In our 'Dear Fabbie' advice segment, we empathetically respond to 'Questioning Quincy' and 'Gay Guru', offering advice on self-discovery and supporting a friend who's come out recently.

    As we conclude this enlightening episode, we extend an invitation to our listeners to tune into part four of the 'Coming Out' series, reminding you to follow, subscribe, and share our podcast. Embrace your 'Fabutude' with us!


    "Questioning." Urban Dictionary. https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Questioning

    "Alan Turing." PBS News Hour. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/8-things-didnt-know-alan-turing

    "Sam Smith Non-Binary." BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-47622059

    "Jojo Siwa Comes Out." CNN Entertainment. https://edition.cnn.com/2021/01/23/entertainment/jojo-siwa-comes-out-trnd/index.html

    "PFLAG." PFLAG. https://pflag.org/

    "The Trevor Project." The Trevor Project. https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

    • 17 min
    EP 5 | Coming Out Pt. 2 - OUT, OUTING, & OUTED... Oh MY!

    EP 5 | Coming Out Pt. 2 - OUT, OUTING, & OUTED... Oh MY!

    In the second part of our coming out series, we'll discuss some of the challenges people face when coming out to their families and friends. We'll also be sharing some tips on how to make the process a little bit easier.

    One of the biggest challenges people face when coming out is the fear of rejection. They may worry that their family and friends will not accept them or that they will be disowned or abused. It's important to remember that you are not alone in this experience. Many people have come out to their families and friends, and the reaction is mostly positive.

    If you are worried about how your family and friends will react, talking to a trusted friend or therapist can be helpful before you come out. They can offer support and advice and help you to prepare for the conversation. When you are ready to come out, being honest and direct is important. Don't beat around the bush or try to sugarcoat things. Just tell your family and friends how you feel, and be prepared for them to have questions.

    It's also important to be patient. It may take some time for your family and friends to adjust to your news. Be understanding and give them time to process what you've told them.

    Coming out can be a complex process, but it's also an important one. If you're struggling with coming out, remember you are not alone. Some people care about and support you, and resources are available to help you through this process.

    Here are some tips for coming out:

    Choose the right time and place to come out.

    Be honest and direct.

    Be prepared for questions.

    Be patient.

    Remember that you are not alone.

    If you need more support, here are some resources:

    The Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386

    PFLAG: 1-800-273-8255

    The Human Rights Campaign: 1-800-729-2324


    Word of the week: Urban Dictionary definition of "outed"

    Gallup Poll (2022) - LGBT identification in the United States: Gallup

    Williams Institute (2019) - LGBT population in Nevada: Williams Institute

    The Hill (2019) - Bisexual adults in LGBTQ+ America: The Hill

    Pew Research (2019) - Bisexual adults and coming out: Pew Research

    Gallup Survey (2021) - Same-sex marriage and LGBT Americans: Gallup

    Gallup Survey (2022) - Inclusion of identities outside traditional LGBT framework: Gallup

    Pew Research (2022) - LGBTQ+ identification trends: Pew Research

    Census data and Senate Bill 109: Reno Gazette-Journal

    • 28 min
    EP 4 | Coming Out Pt. 1 - Role Play

    EP 4 | Coming Out Pt. 1 - Role Play

    Welcome to the first part of FABUTUDE's fabulous and uplifting "Coming Out" mini-series! In this episode that is bursting with sparkle, your hosts, the fab besties Wynn and Stephan, take you on an exciting journey through the captivating world of fabulous attitudes.

    In the "Weekly Catch Up" segment, they delve into the hosts' personal experiences, allowing you a glimpse into their lives. This provides a refreshing insight into how they live out their fabulous attitudes daily.

    Starting the show off with the "Word of the Week," they dive into the concept of "coming out." Sharing its meaning and various interpretations, they provide examples of its usage in our everyday language. They invite you Fabbies to join the discussion by using the word in a sentence, encouraging them to tweet @Fabutude.

    Transitioning to the core of the episode, Wynn and Stephan reveal and discuss the word of the week's relevance and implications in their personal lives, as well as in our broader society. They dive into its complex meaning and how its usage reflects our changing societal norms and acceptance of diversity.

    In a delightful twist, they then bring the listeners into the action, encouraging everyone to use the word of the week in a sentence and share it on social media. Using the handle @fabutude and hashtag #comingout, they stimulate a vibrant conversation online.

    As the episode draws to a close, Wynn and Stephan invite listeners to submit their questions for the upcoming "Dear Fabby" segment and provide their contact information for anyone wanting to engage more with the show.

    Don't miss the next installment of this fabulous mini-series, and remember to follow, subscribe, and stay fabulously engaged with FABUTUDE!


    Word of the Week: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=coming%20out

    • 33 min
    EP 3 | Pride Pt. 3 - Straight Pride Parade

    EP 3 | Pride Pt. 3 - Straight Pride Parade

    Welcome to the third thrilling installment of Fabutude's Pride-themed mini-series! In this vibrant episode, your fab besties and hosts, Wynn and Stephan, guide you further into the rich world of Pride and LGBTQ+ culture.
    Kick-starting with the "Word of the Week," our dynamic duo decodes the 'Straight Pride Parade.' Delving into its amusing roots and its transformation over time, they invite listeners to get inventive with this phrase and tweet their sentences @Fabutude.
    Shifting to the episode's heart, Wynn and Stephan introduce a fascinating panel-style conversation featuring Pride organizers, Freddy Perez from Las Vegas PRIDE, and Anthony Cortez from Henderson Pride. The dialogue immerses into the ups and downs of planning Pride events, personal motivators, tough board decisions, and their perspective on 'Straight Pride.' The guests offer a unique glimpse into the often underappreciated aspects of Pride organization, deepening our understanding of these jubilant events.
    Following this engaging chat, Wynn and Stephan escort us to the much-anticipated 'Dear Fabby' segment. Here, they address listeners' quandaries, serving up fabulous wisdom in this twist on the conventional advice column. They tackle dilemmas from a first-time Pride-goer contemplating inviting their crush to a caring dad wanting to introduce his child to Pride and a contributor eager to find affordable ways to support the LGBTQ+ community. 'Dear Fabby' is always here to help.
    As we draw the curtains on the Pride mini-series, our hosts call for action: keep your eyes peeled for the forthcoming 'Coming Out' mini-series next month and interact with Fabutude on social media. Don't forget to follow, subscribe, hit the like button, share, and above all, stay fabulous!

    Word of the Week:

    Freddy Perez - Las Vegas PRIDE
    Anthony Cortez - Henderson Pride

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

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AFungayGuy ,

Blandest gays alive

Connected to this because I saw one of the hosts on Scruff and he had a link. I could not listen for longer than 3 minutes. The amount of times they say “yaaaaassssss” in that short period of time is alarming. This was not entertaining at all. Quite boring and droning in. For you guys looking to hook up, let’s hope he’s better in bed than he is at podcasting

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