15 episodes

Coming out stories from inspiring LGBTQ+ people from all over the world. Hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

OUTcast Podcast Rosie Pentreath

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Coming out stories from inspiring LGBTQ+ people from all over the world. Hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    Rosie Jones

    Rosie Jones

    In the final episode of Season 2, British comedian and writer Rosie Jones shares what it was like coming out as a lesbian after achieving fame with her comedy, and discusses why representation of people with disabilities is so vital for a better world.

    Topics discussed:


    Comedian Rosie Jones’s coming out story
    Why ‘lesbian’ has become such a loaded word
    How Rosie overcomes the voice of doubt in her head
    Becoming a comedian and coming out
    What it’s like coming out as gay with cerebral palsy
    The Amazing Edie Eckhart

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    https://outcastpod.com


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Rob Harkavy

    Rob Harkavy

    This week, editor of OutNews Global, Rob Harkavy, shares his experience of being bisexual in the 70s and 80s, and being a leader in the LGBTQ+ travel and media industries.

    Topics discussed:


    Bisexuality
    Being LGBTQ+ and Jewish
    The LGBTQ+ travel industry
    How the LGBTQ+ community is navigating social media

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    https://outcastpod.com
    https://outnewsglobal.com


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 34 min
    Hanna van Vliet

    Hanna van Vliet

    This week, ANNE+ star and co-creator Hanna van Vliet tells her coming out story, and discusses what it's like being an out LGBTQ+ television and film actor.

    Topics discussed:


    Coming out in Amsterdam
    Being an LGBTQ+ actor
    ANNE+ Dutch TV series and Netflix film

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    https://outcastpod.com
    https://www.netflix.com/title/81337079


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 25 min
    Rosie Wilby

    Rosie Wilby

    This week, British stand up comedian, writer and podcaster Rosie Wilby tells her coming out story. Off the back of her podcast and new book, ‘The Breakup Monologues’, she discusses monogamy, the paradox of progress, and navigating long-term relationships as a member of the LGBTQ+ community.

    Topics discussed:


    Coming out in Thatcher's Britain under Section 28
    Monogamy and navigating long-terms relationships in the LGBTQ+ ommunity
    The paradox of progress

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    https://outcastpod.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/breakupmonologues/


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 24 min
    AJ Clementine

    AJ Clementine

    This week, Rosie meets TikTok and Instagram influencer, model and LGBTQ+ advocate AJ Clementine. She tells Rosie her coming out story and discusses why positive trans representation on screen is so crucial.

    Topics discussed:


    Coming out as transgender.
    Gender dismorphia.
    Gender confirmation surgery.
    Trans representation on screen.
    Social media and activism.

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    https://outcastpod.com/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu2P3v6-gW5aMDGQA2EOFXQ
    https://www.minus18.org.au/
    https://www.murdochbooks.com.au/browse/books/biography-memoir/memoirs/Girl-Transcending-AJ-Clementine-9781922351609


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 32 min
    Patrick Gale

    Patrick Gale

    In the first episode of Season 2, novelist and Emmy award-winning screenwriter Patrick Gale shares his coming out story, and reveals how his own father had been secretly gay, a family secret hidden from him until he had left home.

    Topics discussed:


    Patrick Gale's coming out story
    What it's like have closetted gay members of the family
    Family trauma and intergenerational trauma
    What drives Patrick to write
    Patrick's novel, 'Mother's Boy'

    Links mentioned in this episode:


    http://outcastpod.com
    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/aug/21/when-my-childhood-bully-said-sorry-40-years-too-late


    This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.

    • 42 min