176 episodes

Award-nominated gay podcast exploring one gay stereotype each episode. Mike and Kyle bring humor, honesty, and irreverence to topics like the hanky code, therapy, pedophiles and rainbows. We're not your stereotypical gay podcast.

Gayish Podcast Gayish Media, LLC

    • Sexuality
    • 4.6, 483 Ratings

Award-nominated gay podcast exploring one gay stereotype each episode. Mike and Kyle bring humor, honesty, and irreverence to topics like the hanky code, therapy, pedophiles and rainbows. We're not your stereotypical gay podcast.

    Gayish: 175 Aliens

    Gayish: 175 Aliens

    This episode has everything: anal probes, Marvin the Martian, Britney Spears, Chuck Tingle, and we reveal which of the hosts is most likely to be an alien.
    In this episode: News- 3:44 || Main Topic (Aliens)- 14:13 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:07:07
    On Monday's bonus segment, F*****g Dan shares the details of his new favorite competition and life goal, Intergalactic Power Bottom. For other fun bonus things, go to www.patreon.com/gayishpodcast.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Gayish: 174 Versatile

    Gayish: 174 Versatile

    Move over tops, bottoms, and sides. We finally talk about that #VersLife.
    In this episode: News- 5:55 || Main Topic (Versatile)- 19:01 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:01:17
    On Monday's bonus segment, F*****g Dan talks about the many definitions of "switch," and it's not the same as versatile.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Gayish: 173 Disability (w/ Andrew Gurza)

    Gayish: 173 Disability (w/ Andrew Gurza)

    Special. Sex Education. Glee. We talk about these shows and more when we discuss disability representation in the media with Andrew Gurza from the podcast Disability After Dark. #PP4CP
    In this episode: News- 3:10 || Main Topic (Disability)- 19:30 || Guest (Andrew Gurza)- 26:10 || Gayest & Straightest- 55:30
    Coming Monday on our Patreon bonus segment, F*****g Dan shares his personal experiences. For bonus content, go to patreon.com/gayishpodcast.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Gayish: 172 Little Richard [Shrinkage]

    Gayish: 172 Little Richard [Shrinkage]

    The many sexual orientations of Little Richard.

    • 22 min
    Gayish: 171 How Are You Doing?

    Gayish: 171 How Are You Doing?

    No, really. How are you doing?

    • 50 min
    Gayish: 170 Monster Trucks

    Gayish: 170 Monster Trucks

    On this supes butch livestream, we talk about monster trucks! But no really. We really talk about monster trucks. Like, the history of monster truck rallies, famous monster trucks, personal monster truck experiences. It’s so str8. (Sorry this is a day late!)
    In this episode: News- 1:33 || Main Topic (Monster Trucks)- 17:44 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:14:40
    In one of Kyle’s favorite Patreon segments, f*****g Dan talks about gendered kids’ toys and Friends. For bonus content, go to patreon.com/gayishpodcast.

    • 1 hr 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
483 Ratings

483 Ratings

I am just wondering ,

Love y’alls Personalities!

Love the chemistry between Kyle and Mike!! I see some reviews complaining about the banter/laughing/tangents, but it does not bother me (in fact I would not have listened to 16ep in 3 days if it was purely education). I love that I learn something new every episode but it’s your personalities that keep me listening.

I’m still not sure how I feel about the “gayest”/“straightest” segment. I think I’ve justified it as a duality that exists in all of us, but I also hate the lack of fluidity in the concept. Either way, I know y’all have good intentions so I keep on listening <3
~Fellow Queer

Miamiepicure ,

Tragic Addition to Identity Wars

It’s 2020. However, one would think it’s 1990 when you listen to this podcast. Doesn’t seem like a long time, but boy have things changed in those 30 years. In that time HIV wasn’t automatically a death sentence, same gender marriage became legal in the US, and fluidity as opposed to discrete categories is now widely accepted as a framework for sexuality. So, why continue to promote the binary nature of “straightest” and “gayest”? The need to build community and obtain acceptance and safety used to be a reason behind creating spaces that fostered that for the LGBTQ community. The community that was created is to this day very strong with a culture that transforms people with rules to fit in. Today, while there are still issues, those specific needs by and large have evolved. Yet some, include Mike and Kyle, continue a narrative of “us versus them” that push things, behaviors, attitudes and beliefs falling into one category or the other. I will give them credit for their efforts to acknowledge Bisexuality and not dismiss it like many have, defend trans rights, and use non orientation language in describing relationships. At the same time beyond the entertaining nature this is a missed opportunity to take the narrative well past the cliches of “gay” and “straight” which has been the training for most people into a world where fluidity fosters people being more alike than different. If the ultimate goal is to be accepted 100% that’s achieved more by highlighting what’s similar more so than different and that means the culture changing the way many acknowledge it already has. If the ultimate goal is to preserve “gay culture”, then this podcast is for you.

NH Schof ,

Too much inside giggling

Hi Guys - I love the idea of the free feel of this podcast. I must say, though, I had to give it some time away from it before I tried another episode yesterday (the one where you unveiled the new logo). I had to stop and give up, again. Now, I completely am open to the idea that I may be in the minority; however, as much as you like each other (and I do love that about the podcast), the banter just seems to be endless and full of giggling and laughing with each other as you enjoy each other’s jokes. I couldn’t even get to the heart of the podcast topic which was threesomes before I simply turned it off.

My suggestion would be to keep having fun, but consider finding a way to keep the pace without the banter getting in the way of moving the podcast along.

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