The Queer Life podcast
About This Show
The Queer Life is a site dedicated to providing articles, news, and entertainment that are relevant to an all-inclusive community of queer individuals.
The Queer Life is amplifying the voices of otherwise under-represented minorities: bisexuals, women, gays, lesbians, people of color, poor, trans*, polyamorous, and those with otherwise radical existences that challenge the status quo.
All media created by The Queer Life is intended for all audiences which include those in the LGBTQQI community and the cisgender/straight identifying community. While it’s important for us to present information accurately and honestly, we try to appeal to all audiences without being didactic.
Contributors can be from any background and all kinds of media are accepted (video, fiction, poetry, news, audio, photo, etc). We try to represent as many walks of life as possible, but if we’re out of line or you have criticism we gladly accept any comments or questions (refer to our contact page).
Most Recent Episode
Ep 128 Interview Blake Maxam
July 7, 2017 By Kaiya In this episode of The Queer Life radio show, Kaiya Kramer interviews Blake Maxam has spent most of her working life in theatre and has acted with many of the important theatre companies in the Bay Area as well as consulting for them on magic and puppetry. In the second hour we cover the LGBT news and perspectives portion of the show. This show aired live at 6 pm Pacific on Friday July 7th, 2017 Blake Elizabeth Maxam grew up in Southern California within walking distance of four major studios. Gender issues have been part of her life for mumblemumble years and she has done considerable speaking to organizations for those who provide medical, psychological, social or legal services to trans people and their families. She has also spoken extensively to Colleges, Universities, The Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, and The Gorilla Grotto. She has written for several Bay Area newspapers including The San Francisco Chronicle under her own name and for two national magazines aimed at trans people under the pen name, “Linda Lee”. LGBT News and Perspectives Chick-fil-A is still supporting our enemies’ causes – By Dawn Ennis, www.lgbtqnation.com Tour de France hero comes out as transgender woman – By Nick Duffy, www.pinknews.co.uk How violent is the world’s only all-queer street gang? This Louis CK documentary tells you – By David Grant Ask the Lawyer: Will changing my gender affect my inheritance? – by Advertising Feature, pinknews.co.uk Queer Cinema Pioneer Barbara Hammer Announces Lesbian Filmmaking Gr