Last week we launched our new AfterEllen podcast, Let’s Process. (If you haven’t listened yet, what are you waiting for!?) While you’re waiting for our next episode (we return after Thanksgiving), we have some other suggested listening in lesbian/bi/queer-led shows we know you’ll enjoy.
AfterEllen writer Emily McGaughy and co-host Jennifer Buck chat about all kinds of LGBT topics and include fun things like “Weird Trivia” and a recent episode focused on Lesbian Moms.
Denise and Donna co-host the long-running lesbian radio show (eight years!) and host all kinds of celesbians and allies on their weekly podcast. They also host the annual Golden Kitty Awards, which honors the best in our community. Bonus: Their site also launched a new podcast recently called The Lesbian Bookclub, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like!
There’s only been seven episodes so far, but couple Edie and Elle offer their perspectives on lez pop culture, including Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli‘s relationship and why Shonda Rhimes is pretty much the best.
Out writer Claire Beitcher brings in funny women to chat while drinking milkshakes. Recent guests include comics Mo Welch and Amy York Rubin, actresses Marissa Jaret Winokur and Jessica St. Clair and the women behind Everyone is Gay.
Tig Notaro is one of three hosts of this hilarious show. This is the place where fans of the comic can learn the most about her, as she refuses to join Twitter. The latest podcast had her giving an update on her health (she’s feeling better but had to cancel her tour!)
Fans of the fitness guru will enjoy this inside look at her day-to-day, including talk about her partner and children and how she wants to do a reality show about her life. She addresses controversies that surround her regularly and her mean girl persona.
Hagan and Omega dish on geektastic topics like Doctor Who, Dragon’s Age and genre films. Recommended for those who enjoy the same!
Black feminist lesbian Dr. Kaila Story and Jaison Gardner co-host their show from Louisville, Kentucky with the theme of “musings on politics, pop culture and black gay life. ” They recently posted an interview with Wanda Sykes and had a discussion on Bill Cosby’s rape allegations.