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Talk Out Loud is a podcast where the LGBTQIA+ Community has center stage to tell their stories. Through sharing our experiences we celebrate accomplishments and learn from one another. Together we become empowered and reminded that anything is possible.
 
Our mum died suddenly, and we remember her with love and laughter as we read the letters she wrote to us at university. Touching, poignant, but above all funny. You will laugh, you might cry and you'll definitely enjoy the ride as this gay brother (@fitxander) and lesbian sister (@Claire_Training) take you back to the late 1990s and re-live the fateful years that led to them coming out to each other at University.
 
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To celebrate the Millennium, Janet Bee-Hee becomes the new Pope. A just reward for her years as a Titty farmer. Sadly, Ellie’s Dad (or Emu’s Dad - we are not 100% sure) goes into hospital. She takes him the usual ASDA grapes, Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts, and his favourite Sex Worker. Unfortunately the grapes were mouldy and the Liquorice affected …
 
Grandma has a bath in the nursing home and to everyone’s horror she finds out what a Blowy is. Xander spends most of the episode deciding whether it is ok to throw a Zygote at King Charles, and Claire gives all hot lesbians consent to look at her Camel Toe. It’s going to be another bumpy ride so hold onto your hats. P.S. Life is short so go live it…
 
Mum & Dad Roger Sylvia in a smoke and booze fuelled orgy. Xander tries to find out what the cis female orgasm really is, and Claire tries her best to avoid the question. Remember don't tell anyone about the podcast 🤫توسط @claire_training and @fitXander
 
Xander books a venue for their Edinburgh stand-up, then Claire pulls out because she can’t bare to be away from her kids for more than 2 seconds at a time. Xander immediately replaces her with a ventriloquist dummy and it turns out the dummy is more interesting, valuable and funny than Claire has ever been. In 1999 Mum tells us some hot hot gossip,…
 
Something to help you in your day today: “If you can't hate yourself, how the hell you gonna hate anybody else.” Xander is feeling a bit anxious having just started university in 1999. Claire has a telephone conversation with mum which is very enlightening, and there is much discussion about the micro penis. All will be revealed in letter 6. 2.5M F…
 
This letter sees a key change as Claire discusses her fears surrounding the moment Mum’s sister (Auntie Kay) died. Mum watches First Wives Club, Xander admits he wants to be left alone in a small dark room and we accidentally on purpose allegedly slag off the Pope. Ooops. Our bad. Let's hope he doesn't stop listening.…
 
Dad gets rid of some cat poo from the garden. Mum goes for coffee and a scone with Janet Bee-Hee and Claire goes for a sleep over with Bisexual Beatrice from Badminton. Xander realises that a BJ is connecting a mouth with a wee wee hole and Claire tells us all about Vulva flaps. Dare you listen?توسط @fitxander @claire_training
 
Wow what an eventful letter this week! Mum has a moment of doubt as to whether she has in fact taped Friends and Frasier on the VHS recorder. Xander settles in for his third week at University and Fiona The Boner has a 6 way Lesbian Orgy.توسط @claire_training and @fitXander
 
Claire has a threesome with Dido and Binty. Xander knows he is gay but hasn't come out yet and Mum takes quite the risk by machine washing a dry-clean-only garment. Contains swearing, laughter and scenes of a gay nature. Thank God.توسط @claire_training and @fitXander
 
Mum writes her first letter to Xander at University in 1999. There is some content about the Queen, and Claire and Xander considered re-recording post her death but they quite simply could not be arsed. Good Luck.توسط @claire_training and @fitXander
 
On this episode of Talk Out Loud we are joined by the talented Michael D. Cohen from Nickelodeon's hit sit-coms Henry Danger and Danger Force where he plays the genius, Schwoz Schwartz. Michael shares how a degree in molecular biology gave him a different understanding of how everything works while pursuing his dreams at all costs. All the while, h…
 
Sophie Santos is a tv writer and comedian behind The Lesbian Agenda Show and we are diving into her hilarious and heartfelt memoir, The One You Want to Marry (And Other Identities I’ve Had). Sophie is the only child of a perpetually transferring Filipino, Spanish, US Army officer and a spitfire nurse, she spent her early years starting over again a…
 
Max Harwood and Lauren Patel star in the film adaptation of the award-winning hit musical from London’s West End, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime. Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of Jamie New, played by Max Harwood, a teenager in a blue-collar English town with a dream of life on stage. While his classmates plan their livelihoods …
 
Alexandra Grey is an actress, musician, and screenwriter. Alexandra lost her mom at a young age and grew up in Chicago in seven different foster homes. Her relationship with God sustained her over the years through some tough times. She knew that she had a story to tell as a black trans woman and had to keep going. Holding on to the wise words of a…
 
From a young age, Justin Mikita has had a love for performing. His passion got him accepted into UCLA’s theater program. That experience did not go as planned which led to him switching majors and becoming an attorney. While studying he would meet his husband to be, Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Their work would parallel one another. Jesse changed hearts a…
 
River Gallo is a GLAAD award-winning Salvadoran-American filmmaker, actor, writer, model, and intersex activist. Growing up in New Jersey, River experienced the concept of hiding your true self at times for survival purposes. Particularly as a child of immigrants, living in a predominantly white area. They also had to hide their non-consensual oper…
 
Mack made history when he went undefeated to win the Texas State women's wrestling championship in 2018. He identifies as male but as a result of a ruling by Texas' University Interscholastic League, he was required to compete with the team aligned with the sex stated on his birth certificate. He now amplifies his story to help create understanding…
 
Excited to announce a special pride series featuring influential members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Every Wednesday in June, we will be releasing a new episode. The guest lineup will include Mack Beggs who is a noted athlete featured in the upcoming Hulu Original Documentary about transgender athletes "Changing the Game"; River Gallo writer, co-dir…
 
Dr. Kristin Beasley, better known as Dr. B., by her clients is a clinical psychologist. She is the Founder of Leave a Lifeprint Coaching and Consulting and the host of the podcast, Delusional Optimism. Her passion is empowering people to heal trauma and build resilience specifically when it comes to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Today she s…
 
Harma Hartouni is a self-made entrepreneur, proud husband, father, and survivor. Born in the U.S. and raised in Iran, Harma learned at a young age that he needed to rely on himself. After surviving a tragic accident, came with it the opportunity to move to the United States. Once arriving in LA he began to embrace the gay man that he was and live f…
 
Anjali Rimi was born in Hyderabad, India, and realized that she was different from the other children around her. Having to flee from her homeland to begin to understand who she was, she found herself in The United States. For the first time in her life, instead of facing harassment over her gender identity, she faced racism. After obtaining her de…
 
Jeff Miller is the Co-Host and Co-Creator of Talk Out Loud. Jeff has fond memories, when he was young, of the magical stories he would hear from his father and at church. As he was maturing one of the stories that the church told, did not allow for a part of who he was. Having to leave home to be himself, he realized that the self-destruction in hi…
 
Dr. Jesus walks us through his journey in life as what it was like growing up in the countryside of Puerto Rico. Having a solid foundation from his family and rustic roots, he moved into bigger cities later in his life. Facing challenges, hardships, and a family tragedy, he found a passion for the art of drag as Yeveah Altieri, which helped him tra…
 
Ryan Cassata is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, performer, published writer, LGBTQ+ activist, and motivational speaker. Ryan has worked hard to advance his career since the age 13. Learning that his love for music came at a young age, his mother encouraged him to follow his passion. His music helped take him on a journey, learning about …
 
Nicki ‘Faith’Turner is the Founder of Helping Facilitating Access Into Transformative Housing (F.A.I.T.H), an organization dedicated to strengthening the minds and futures of transgender, nonbinary, and intersex humans. Their work includes rehousing those who are homeless and helping acquire essential goods from clothing to cell phones, and more. T…
 
Jeffrey Masters is the host and producer of the podcast, “LGBTQ & A.’ He speaks with some of the most interesting queer people in the world, including Roxane Gay, Laverne Cox, and Pete Buttigieg. Jeffrey was raised in North Carolina and being in a sheltered community, he grew to understand how important it is to have visibility for minority communi…
 
Coach K is a spiritual life coach that is helping the LGBTQ+ Community fully embrace their spirituality and sexuality. Growing up in a conservative family, she was taught that being a queer person was not ok. When trying to express her sexuality in a parochial religious environment, everything that she worked for was almost taken away from her. Eve…
 
Matthias is a psychotherapist, author of the book Beyond Shame: Creating a Healthy Sex Life on Your Own Terms, and the host of Queerology: A Podcast on Belief and Being. He grew up in the midwest in a conservative Christian community during the purity movement of the ’80s and ’90s. Realizing that he was gay as an adolescent he set out to change his…
 
Eric is a journalist, author, and the host of Making Gay History, The Podcast. Growing up what books he could find about being gay were disturbing. This inspired him to set out to write the books he wished had been on the shelves when he was a young person. To do that, he began interviewing people and started to uncover the history of our queer anc…
 
Alysse is a Midwest plus-size fashion blogger, LGBTQ influencer, writer, designer, and professional speaker based in Cleveland, Ohio. Growing up, she was inspired by her business-savvy mother and drawn to gender studies and fashion. After leaving Ohio, she made her way to the big city, Chicago. For the first time, she met other queer people like he…
 
"JR" is the Director of LGBTQ+ Ministry for the Diocese of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Executive Director of Fortunate Families. He travels speaking about LGBTQ+ intentional welcome and ministry within the Catholic Church. At a young age, he was inspired by the Franciscans to help rebuild the church and went to work in music ministry at a Church. …
 
Alex is a diversity and inclusion speaker and has a passion for building bridges between communities. Alex shares his journey from growing up in a religious household and what it was like coming out to his Baptist Minister father and family. After leaving home, he found others like him. During his coming of age, he met the love of his life, which h…
 
Bodhi is an artist, coach, mentor, and an internationally renowned DJ and music producer that has remixed legendary artists including Yoko Ono, Ricky Martin & Pitbull. Growing up in Dubai, they experienced there is something mystical in music that soothes the soul that can give birth to new ideas and ultimately lead to new adventures. After moving …
 
Channyn is a Human rights advocate, public speaker, community-centric leader, Director of Strategic Partnerships for Howard Brown Health Center and serves on the board, at Equality Illinois. In 2011, the Cook County Board of Corrections set out to implement new policies for transgender inmates. This coincided with Channyn being brought on as a Re-e…
 
Jared is a talented makeup artist, cancer survivor, and Be the Match Board Ambassador. At the age of twenty-four, working two jobs and saving as much as he could, he moved across the country to Los Angeles. There, working at a restaurant he met some other creatives that were impressed with his makeup skills when he showed up to work in drag on Hall…
 
Brandon is a Pulse Nightclub survivor and a nationally recognized gun safety and LGBTQI civil rights activist. Growing up Brandon had a difficult time finding acceptance for who he was from his family, friends, school, and hometown. He auditioned for a job that brought him to Orlando, Florida. This is where he found his “chosen family” and began to…
 
Anthony Navarro is the Founder and Creative Director of Liven It Up Events, a nationwide event production company with offices in Chicago and Los Angeles. He’s an author, producer, entrepreneur, talk show host, and speaker. His early years were shaped by the time spent at his family's restaurant. There he witnessed the importance of coming together…
 
Bob Kiser is an author, speaker, coach, mediator, and radio host. He empowers people to let go of fear, embody who they really want to be, and create sustainable change in their own lives. Using the challenging situations he faced during his childhood as a springboard to create the life that he wants, he now teaches those lessons through various me…
 
Lisa Cordileone is a writer, producer, and actress who continues to find her way in making her art reflective of inclusivity and empowering women. With such works as, Freelancers Anonymous and Easy Abby, her body of work continues to expand and represent women. Through all of this, she learned how to deal with fear and shame and strives to help cha…
 
Seven Graham is a British intersex activist, comedian, filmmaker, playwright, and drug addiction counselor. At a young age, Seven had an operation that was supposed to save their life only to find out years later that the procedure actually was harmful to their body. Discovering that they were an intersex person, Seven has taken their pain and turn…
 
Rodney Wilson is an author, teacher, and the founder of LGBT history month. Growing up in a small town in Missouri, the message he and others heard was that gays and lesbians were "damaged goods" and so dangerous that they should not be allowed in the classroom. But Rodney’s thirst for knowledge and calling was louder, leading him to obtain multipl…
 
Michelle is a four-time Emmy award-winning hairstylist for some of our favorite television shows produced by Ryan Murphy Productions. You can see some of Michelle’s work on American Horror Story, Hollywood, Ratched, and many more. You can also see her work on multiple projects with actress, Sarah Paulson. Michelle comes from humble beginnings in Ne…
 
Sam shares his journey in self-acceptance and looking inward-facing everything after not wanting to be himself for most of his life. By looking inward, he was able to get past the distractions and discover his true essence. This discovery has also greatly helped him accept people with different points of view and create opportunities for conversati…
 
Growing up in Oklahoma City, Armand attended one of the first magnet schools for the Performing Arts. Having big dreams for their college life and career, Armand moved away from home to study at a prestigious art school which led to a rude awakening that life is not always easy. With some time, getting quiet, and listening to that voice inside, an …
 
Aurora is an artist and actress that has had quite a creative career. After leaving home at the age of 13 and being raised by Drag Queens, she began performing in nightclubs in her early teens and quickly became one of Denver’s top Drag performers. She built quite the following after moving to Chicago and was one of the only drag performers to work…
 
Akeem Woods shares about what it is like to be a gay, black man who is a stand-up comedian. Los Angeles is home but his joy is being out on tour making people laugh across the country. Akeem tells us what it’s like performing his act in small towns and what he has learned, being on the road. You might be surprised on where his favorite cities are t…
 
Hear from Jeff and Anthony, the Co-Hosts of Talk Out Loud and learn a little of what you can expect when you listen to the show.توسط Talk Out Loud, A LGBTQIA+ Podcast
 
If you want to follow Kim and see what her podcast is all about you can check out Generosity Philosophy or visit her YouTube Channel. Her children's book is for sale in Amazon if you'd like to check that out CLICK HERE. Thanks for listening to the show!
 
2 members of the Ok2BeLGBT Facebook Group have joined Molly and Kim on a call to discuss.....well, stuff! You'll have to listen to find out just what we talk about. This is part 1 of 2. Next week you'll get part 2. If you want to follow Kim and see what her podcast is all about you can check out Generosity Philosophy or visit her YouTube Channel. H…
 
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