As always, feel free to add to this list. They can all be found on iTunes (WTNV is also on YouTube) and, at the time I viewed them, are free to download and listen to. I haven’t been able to find any actual live radio shows which consistently discuss queer issues yet but if anyone else knows of one let me know and I’ll make sure it’s signal boosted on the blog.

Bi Any Means; “Focuses on intersections between social justice and secular humanism.” Examples of podcast episodes include “Asexuality and Atheism,” and “A Genderqueer Atheist Love Story.”

Queer and Present Danger; “Focused on the intersection of queer, nerd, geek, pop culture and entertainment.” Example of podcast episodes include “Steven Universe and Disney’s Descendants,” and “Diversity in Marvel Cinematic, Viola Davis and the Mikado Controversy.”

Welcome to Night Vale; “Twice monthly fictionalised radio show hosted by Cecil Palmer, featuring weather, news and traffic updates on the town of Night Vale, as well as announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky and dark hooded figures with unknowable powers.”

Let’s Process; AfterEllen created this podcast and it includes interviews with, for example, Natasha Negovanlis from Carmilla, the webseries. 

Trans-Ponder; “An internet radio show for those considering, seeking to begin or who are in the process of gender transition.” Includes episodes such as “Pride and Pronouns.” However there have been no new episodes since last year.

Queer No Chaser; AfterEllen writer Emily McGaughy and co-host Jennifer Buck chat about LGBTQ+ topics.

New Lesbian; From the creators of the same named blog, Elle and Edie answer questions sent from listeners about love and life as well as whats happening in the queer world.

Strange Fruit; Join Jai and Doc as they examine Black gay life through the voices of those who live it. Podcast episodes include “Racism in Queer Spaces,” and “Bisexual Visibility in a Non Binary World.”

Homoground; A podcast focused on music by queer and queer friendly artists.

Transition Transmission Transgender; “By and for transgender, intersex and gender questioning individuals as they discuss their lives and new surrounding transgender and lgbtq+ topics.”

Lesbian Lounge; Includes news, gossip, events, celebrity interviews, LGBTQ+ projects and new music.

2 Homos; “Ever wonder what two lesbians talk about when they get together? Well, wonder no more.” There are over 600 episodes. 

Gender Reel NYU: A Transgender Film Festival
Gender Reel & the Department Of Cinema Studies at New York University is hosting a free, two day film festival Feb 7 & 8. In addition to free admission, the festival will offers free lunch, dinner and a snack on both days. 
The festival will feature 22 independently made films, 7 panel discussions with 13+ discussants, a New York City premier of “Queer & Present Danger,” a new documentary about transgender renegade Kate Bornstein, a tribute to long-time activist, Leslie Feinberg, who recently passed away and a guest speaking appearance by Imani Henry. 

Advance registration is not required, but recommended. 


The two day event is located @ 
Department of Cinema Studies
721 Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10003



Saturday, February 7, 2015:

10:30 AM: Show It Off (Interactive discussion about films to follow). 
• Cover Up
• Carmen’s Place
• KoKumo

11:45 AM: Brothers — premier of the first four website episodes. (Q&A with Discussants Emmett Lundberg (Writer & Director), Sheyam Ghieth (Producer) and Will Krisanda, Jamie Casbon & Hudson Krakowski (Cast Members) @ 12:15 PM). 

1:00 PM: Lunch 

1:45 PM: Luchando (Q&A with Discussant Noelle Stout @ 2:45)

3:15 PM: Trans Justice, Alliance Building & Solidarity Movements (Q&A with Discussants Seyi Adebanjo & Pauline Park @ 5 PM)
• Envisioning Justice
• A Night in the Woods
• Trans Lives Matter: Justice for Islan Nettles —
photography display to follow. 
• I am: The Transcender (NYU Festival Premier) 

5:30 PM: Dinner Break 

7:00 PM: Queer & Present Danger (NYU Festival Premier)

8:30 PM: Performance art performance & guest speaker — Imani Henry 

Sunday, February 8, 2015:

11:00 AM: Youth & Family (Q&A with Discussants Kit Richlin (Psychologist) & SJ Langer (Psychotherapist) @ 12:30 PM)
• Fragile
• Transgender Parents

1:00 PM: Lunch 

1:45 PM: Personal Journey’s & Empowerment Part 1
• Akin
• Sisterhood
• Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure
• The Baseball Project

2:30 PM: Break 

2:45 PM: Personal Journey & Empowerment Part 2 (Q&A with Discussants Tammyrae Barr & Kim Watson @ 3:45 PM)
• Brace
• Bumblebees 
• In My Skin
• Doh! Oh Dear, a Female Tear

4:30 PM: Break

4:45 PM: Leslie Feinberg Tribute – Screening of the film Outlaw, followed by short readings from Leslie’s books. 

6:00 PM: Growing old Gracefully: The Transgender Experience (Q&A with Discussant Joe Ippolito (Filmmaker) @ 6:45)

7:00 PM: Closing remarks & Reception 


Additional Sponsors: Tisch School of the Arts, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, College of Arts and Science, Division of Student Affairs, LGBTQ Student Center, Department of Anthropology, Department of Performance Studies, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, Department of Comparative Literature, Department of Photography and Imaging, Department of Media, Culture, and, Communication, Africana Studies Program in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, American Studies Program in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis.