288 episodes

The world from a Queer perspective: Conversations, Stories, and a good old laugh with LGBTQ+ icons, allies, and of course, our lovely listeners. Come and join the Homo Sapiens family with new episodes every Thursday - the more the merrier!
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Homo Sapiens Homo Sapiens Podcast

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The world from a Queer perspective: Conversations, Stories, and a good old laugh with LGBTQ+ icons, allies, and of course, our lovely listeners. Come and join the Homo Sapiens family with new episodes every Thursday - the more the merrier!
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    196: Edward Enninful | Part 2

    196: Edward Enninful | Part 2

    Vogue Magazine’s @edward_enninful is the man changing fashion from the top. He’s the first black editor, and the first gay male editor of @britishvogue, and his story is incredible. From a kid growing up on a military base in Ghana who didn’t even know what gay was, fleeing to London as a refugee, to becoming the most important voice in fashion, he has consistently made it his business to be the driving force behind seeing trans, queer, and diverse faces in fashion. He has now put pen to paper with his memoir ‘A Visible Man’ that details the life of a trailblazer, plus a fair old sprinkling of parties with the likes of Grace Jones, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, wonderful tales of being a queer kid in the 90’s, and we even find out what the ONE piece of advice Anna Wintour gave him that he always cherished.
    You can get a copy of Edward's memoir here.

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    • 20 min
    196: Edward Enninful | Part 1

    196: Edward Enninful | Part 1

    Vogue Magazine’s @edward_enninful is the man changing fashion from the top. He’s the first black editor, and the first gay male editor of @britishvogue, and his story is incredible. From a kid growing up on a military base in Ghana who didn’t even know what gay was, fleeing to London as a refugee, to becoming the most important voice in fashion, he has consistently made it his business to be the driving force behind seeing trans, queer, and diverse faces in fashion. He has now put pen to paper with his memoir ‘A Visible Man’ that details the life of a trailblazer, plus a fair old sprinkling of parties with the likes of Grace Jones, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, wonderful tales of being a queer kid in the 90’s, and we even find out what the ONE piece of advice Anna Wintour gave him that he always cherished.
    You can get a copy of Edward's memoir here.

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    • 29 min
    195: Life as a Gay British Farmer with Ben Andrews | Part 2

    195: Life as a Gay British Farmer with Ben Andrews | Part 2

    This week, armed with his tractor and JCB, we speak to Ben Andrews about life as a gay farmer. Ben is one of the founding members of Agrespect, set up to ensure diversity and inclusivity in the farming industry. I LOVED hearing about drag queens with freeholds, queer culture in Hereford and what happens when you unite the UK’s queer farming community in a WhatsApp group. Ben also shares his personal experience of growing up gay within a farming family and it's a beautiful episode x
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    • 23 min
    195: Life as a Gay British Farmer with Ben Andrews | Part 1

    195: Life as a Gay British Farmer with Ben Andrews | Part 1

    This week, armed with his tractor and JCB, we speak to Ben Andrews about life as a gay farmer. Ben is one of the founding members of Agrespect, set up to ensure diversity and inclusivity in the farming industry. I LOVED hearing about drag queens with freeholds, queer culture in Hereford and what happens when you unite the UK’s queer farming community in a WhatsApp group. Ben also shares his personal experience of growing up gay within a farming family and it's a beautiful episode x
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    • 33 min
    Culture Club Special: Bang! Masturbation for People of All Genders and Abilities

    Culture Club Special: Bang! Masturbation for People of All Genders and Abilities

    Listeners! It’s been quite the week with the sad passing of the Queen. So many of you are sharing your feelings and memories which we will be getting into in Thursday’s main episode, and in the meantime this bonus episode has got nothing to do with all of that. We’re talking to Vic Liu who has written a brilliant book about how to rid ourselves of shame around self-pleasure. That’s all I’ll say cos well you know, show some respect, Chris. Click play now and enjoy, Chris x
    You can purchase Vic's book here.
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    • 25 min
    194: Daniel Howell | Part 2

    194: Daniel Howell | Part 2

    This week on Homo Sapiens I am joined by comedian and content creator Daniel Howell, whose coming-out video ‘Basically I’m Gay’ has received 12 million views on Youtube and helped numerous young fans come out themselves.  Today we’re covering everything from Dan’s disdain for running, his unexpected theory for happiness, and why he is fast becoming the new Adele of the online world. You can buy tickets for Dan’s tour ‘We’re all Doomed’ here-  https://www.danielhowelldoomed.com/ 
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    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
161 Ratings

161 Ratings

JGLevi ,

Best queer podcast.

What a find (late to this party). So insightful.

Tracygood1 ,

BEST PODCAST EVER!

WILL IS SO FUNNY!

so manyd ads ,

LOVE

This show is such a ray of light! I discovered it during the panorama, like so many others, and have been blowing through the episodes. Not only are the interviews insightful and funny, there is just something about Chris’s voice that is SO calming. Lots of love! Can’t wait to hear the next episode.

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