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An LGBT, gay, pop-culture talk show podcast from Hillcrest in San Diego! We are just a few locals drinking, laughing and talking about whatever we want. Why? Because we're nobody of importance. Listen for laughs, mindless banter, or just white noise to get you through your day. (www.whoinvitedher.net) Give us a call (619) 822-2369 and leave a message, you may hear it on the episode!

Who Invited Her? Tony B, Bash, and Megan. An LGBT / gay, pop-culture talk show from San Diego, California!

    • Comedy
    • 4.9, 53 Ratings

An LGBT, gay, pop-culture talk show podcast from Hillcrest in San Diego! We are just a few locals drinking, laughing and talking about whatever we want. Why? Because we're nobody of importance. Listen for laughs, mindless banter, or just white noise to get you through your day. (www.whoinvitedher.net) Give us a call (619) 822-2369 and leave a message, you may hear it on the episode!

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
53 Ratings
53 Ratings
Kazreal ,

TheLilBeefcake approves

I stumbled upon this podcast months ago, subscribed and binged all of the available episodes. It is one of the highlights of my week to enjoy this crazy, hour long ride every Wednesday. Amazing group dynamic, fun and interesting guests, and covering a large variety of topics; Tony, Bash, Meg, Mariam, and sometimes Rob, are hilarious, engaging, and interactive. I’ve never had a reason to want to go to California, but after these fools worked their way into my life, I can’t wait to go. Seriously, if you want some fun in your podcasts every week, you need to subscribe.

Saint Movius ,

Awesome amazing show!

I absolutely adore this podcast! It’s fun and just great to listen to and their Carol of The Week portion leaves me saying, “Oh my god, I totally agree,” every single time. 5 ⭐️’s from me, 10⭐️’s if I could!! @garricktking on instagram

yeahitsme33 ,

Funny but problematic

Y’all are hilarious and fun to listen to... most of the time. However, some of the things you say are really problematic. You invalidate LGBTQ+ youth constantly, saying that they have it easier than older members of the community. While I agree, that yes the younger generations may not have the same struggles as older generations, it does not mean that they aren’t still struggling, facing different struggles than people have before. They still are struggling, they still are being killed and they are still taking they’re own lives. Just because you aren’t facing any of the challenges of being a youth in the LGBTQ+ community, DOES NOT MEAN THAT THEYRE STRUGGLE DOESN'T EXCIST. You make comments on how “people get too offended these days” and “this is problematic but it’s okay” because it doesn’t affect you. It’s good that people get offended “too easily”. It means that we are recognizing problems and taking action to fix them. Like, that’s literally how change happens. People get “offended” and take action. How sad is it that someone would invalidate members of their own community and make it seem trivial and sad that people are tired of being treated with inequality and prejudice. Being a member of the lgbtq+ community does not mean that you are not problematic. We all have things to work on, literally every one. I wonder if this review will be referenced to as “someone got offended to easily”.

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