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Moody & Gay
15 minutes | May 13, 2020
Moody & Gay 3: Coming Out + HIV & BPD
I've told my literal coming out story but never the more complicated circumstances surrounding it. After last episodes exploration of my bipolar hospitalization, this is my what life threw at me next: Love, fear, sickness. I forgot how intense this was until I sat down to tell you - in this year of my life I have more thrown at me than I could ever have imagined and it's only known in these retellings that I'm taking it all in, realizing how much this has all shaped me. Thank you for listening. My story is followed by my song, 'Expiration Date'.
16 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Moody & Gay EP2: Dual Diagnosis
In the first episode, we figured out what this podcast will be about: Exploring what it's like to live on the fringes of multiple communities, but not feeling like you belong in any of them. As a gay musician, I've felt this my whole career but it goes back even further - to my first great struggle of discovering, accepting and seeking help with my bipolar disorder. Though this made me feel so 'different' from a young age, it also helped me accept my otherness, embrace my life as an artist and eventually, discover my sexuality. I see ALL of these as being ways, I've 'come out' - they've all made me feel like I don't belong which is why I'm now sharing my story, and listening to yours? Thank you for listening, please feel free to reach out with your story and feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Here is the Moody & Gay Playlist, what songs by other, outspoken gay artists should I include?
20 minutes | Feb 20, 2020
Moody & Gay: A Sense of Belonging?
PODCAST: What is 'Moody & Gay'? As an alternative, bipolar & gay musician I've always felt out of place and am embarking on a mission to find my people. In this first episode, I introduce myself, Brett Gleason, as your host and ask if you too, don't feel a sense of belonging? We'll explore art, culture, mental health, sexuality and how it feels to straddle the lines of multiple communities in a time of fierce tribal definition. I talk about how it started by building the 'Moody & Gay' playlist of another alternative, out artists but quickly ran out of suggestions and felt more alone than ever. ... But I knew that I wasn't so I'm reaching further to build the community I know exists. What do you think? Who should I talk to? What songs should I add to the playlist? email@example.com
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