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15 LGBTQ Podcasts That'll Make You Proud Year-Round

Oprah Daily Logo By Zoe Donaldson, Samantha Vincenty of Oprah Daily | Slide 1 of 16: We celebrate Pride Month in June of every year, but that doesn’t mean that LGBTQ culture takes a break during the other eleven months. As you’ll find in our roundup ahead, if there’s a queer-focused topic to explore, there’s probably at least one podcast that's tackled it with smarts, humor, and grace. Or, as a Rupaul’s Drag Race fan might say, charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent.Each of the 15 picks here occupy a different spot on the LGBTQ spectrum, offering a variety of voices and perspectives—and you don’t need to identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer to listen, either. Looking for an LGBTQ history podcast? Check out deep-dives like Making Gay History and One from the Vaults. If chats about your latest pop culture obsession led by queer hosts are more your speed, you’ll love Keep It and Las Culturistas. There’s also offerings from stars of reality TV and comedy, like Jonathan Van Ness’s Getting Curious and Queery with Cameron Esposito. Whatever you choose to put in your ears, they're sure to keep you entertained.Here are the best LGBTQ podcasts of 2021, available on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you stream.

We celebrate Pride Month in June of every year, but that doesn’t mean that LGBTQ culture takes a break during the other eleven months. As you’ll find in our roundup ahead, if there’s a queer-focused topic to explore, there’s probably at least one podcast that's tackled it with smarts, humor, and grace. Or, as a Rupaul’s Drag Race fan might say, charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent.

Each of the 15 picks here occupy a different spot on the LGBTQ spectrum, offering a variety of voices and perspectives—and you don’t need to identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer to listen, either. Looking for an LGBTQ history podcast? Check out deep-dives like Making Gay History and One from the Vaults. If chats about your latest pop culture obsession led by queer hosts are more your speed, you’ll love Keep It and Las Culturistas. There’s also offerings from stars of reality TV and comedy, like Jonathan Van Ness’s Getting Curious and Queery with Cameron Esposito. Whatever you choose to put in your ears, they're sure to keep you entertained.

Here are the best LGBTQ podcasts of 2021, available on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you stream.

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