In this space, individuals and couples from LGBTQ Community, and not only, tell their stories. Our guests are sharing how they overcome challenges in owning their identity, redefine and create their own family.
Love, loss and acceptance
Michael is sharing his experience that goes beyond "coming out"- it is a powerful story about love, loss and acceptance.
A fa'afafine story
This story will change your perspective about gender identity- all the way from Samoa, Nissi is sharing her experience of being a fa'afafine in the modern world.
Coming out in 80's
"Coming out" in 80's looked different than today, mindsets and beliefs evolved since, yet so many aspects are still the same.
Intercultural two dads family
Jay and Danny shared their incredible story with us. This podcast is filled with so many insights that will give new perspectives about two dads families and intercultural couples.
Rebeckah is living her authentic life in Melbourne Australia. We learn from her about the process of letting of a person so we can make space and accept a new one.
Sam takes us through the ins and outs of the surrogacy process. Since our last chat, Sam's global organizations grew more into www.growingfamilies.org
We love Simona, we are grateful for the work she is doing to bring heightened awareness to the struggles within the LGBTQ+ community. We highly recommend that nobody miss a single week of her podcast because each interview is riveting and will grow your soul.
Thank you Simona for the work that you do !
-the KM Sharpe family
Every history inspire
Simona you’re incredible human been that inspire others. I was so happy to share my history. I feel so confident with you. Happy happy anniversary and can’t wait to watch your ted talks
A Lifeline and a Breath of Fresh Air
As someone who only recently started dating people of the same sex a little more than a year ago and identifies as bi/pansexual, I recently relocated away from the queer community I developed, and this podcast feels like both a lifeline and a breath of fresh air.
Whether you’re new to the LGBTQ+ world and want to learn more about other people’s experiences, or you’ve been part of the community for ages, the stories that Simona shares on this podcast will educate, entertain and inspire you.
The audio editing/quality is not quite A+, but don’t let that stop you from listening, and being moved, by the raw, vulnerable stories on this podcast. The audio will get better in time and these are too good to miss in the meantime. 💖🙏🏼