Queer and Queerer Ep. 20 – The History of Queer Podcasting (ft. Joe Gee)

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Zack and Peterson are back together this week! And while Peterson is interested in conducting a sensible interview with our guest, Joe Gee, about being one of the earliest queer podcasters, Joe and Zack are more interested in spending the show busting on Peterson. Still, we manage to discuss Joe’s experiences podcasting, we “bump” a whole bunch of other shows, and Joe also talks about walking away from Quakerism and becoming a non-believer and humanist. Enjoy this raucous half-hour with your favorite queer podcasters back in action with puns and euphemisms galore!

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Here’s some more information about what we talked about this week:

» Teresa Ortega’s blog – In Sequence

» Yeast Radio featuring Madge Weinstein

» Queer Podder (now qpodder)

» The Progrum with Wanda Wisdom

» Ragan Fox’s Podcast (Fox and the City) and Blog (America’s Next Top Bottom)

» The Flatus Show with Kentie

» Hot Fossils and Rebel Matters with Ninja

» Zillafag

» Watch the Holy Ghost Enema video on YouTube!!

» Adam Curry (Podshow, by the way, is now Mevio)

» Music Alley (formerly PodSafe)

» The Dark Forest (not Deep Forest) with Ranger John

» The Lesbian Mafia

» Sisters Talk

» Feast of Fun

» Same Sex Sunday

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There are 5 Comments to "Queer and Queerer Ep. 20 – The History of Queer Podcasting (ft. Joe Gee)"

  • Joe G. says:

    Wow, Zach, you did a great job with the linky love. Thanks for doing that. And thanks for having me on your podcast.

  • ZackFord says:

    Well, you didn’t do such a great job with SPELLING MY NAME. Ugh.

    I couldn’t find “Sunday/Saturday Chats” that you mentioned. I threw in Same Sex Sunday (because they’re great), but whatever you referred to has lesbians, so it’s not SSS. Let me know if you can figure it out and I’ll add it.

    It was a pleasure having you on! Come back anytime! You’re always welcome at Peterson’s house!

  • Joe G. says:

    Sorry, about the name. I’m also glad that you noted how I got the name of “The Dark Forest” (I always call it “The Deep Forest”) wrong (again). You now have a better understanding of why I edited my podcasts as I did.

    Here’s the name of the podcast I was struggling to refer to:
    Sisters Talk: http://sisterstalk.net/blog/

  • This cast very exotic.

    Really appreciated the dialogue about podcasting.

    Loved Joe G’s look in from the outside.

    Appreciated the feedback aslo =D

    Maybe Joe G will start something up again.

    Subbed to you guys on iTunes so consider us tuned in fans.


  • Zillafag says:

    I saw the start of podcasting with the gays at first to be very supportive and very upbeat in 2005…then we broke into groups and people kinda drifted apart.
    There also was the aspect of people with the idea that they could quit their job and just podcast for a living.
    Wanda Wisdom was the only one who was able to do that and still is to this day is podcasting for a living.
    There are also the networks like Qpodder, TheFreakNetwork, RainbowPodsquadNetwork, Pride48 that gathered groups of gay and gay friendly podcasters together but at the same time created a division in the group.
    It also has become the norm that a 100% valid rss feed is something that is very rare to find in todays gay podcasts and that was a huge no no the first 2 years of podcasting.

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