This weeks episode we were able to sit down with Margaret Cho and learn her story of coming out.
This episodes we have our director of social media Victoria who discusses her coming out.
This episode we have Suhailn Khan to talk about his experience as an important ally to the LBGTQ+ community.
In this episode we have the Queen of Magic as she talks about how she was introduced to magic and her role in the magic world.
In this episode Lissa & Avery are talking about their experiences in the LGBTQ community and everything in between!
This episode we talk to our friend Luke Legende. He discusses his many hats and being raised in a progressive home in Indiana.
In this weeks episode we have Indiana's own Dana Black who talks about not only coming out in the 90's but also about getting involved in local [politics as a black woman.
Check out this great Drag queen Lola Palooza tells what it’s like living as a drag queen!
On this weeks episode we have Greg, a Lutheran minister who transitioned into a woman and lived like that for 3 years. Plot twist, his dysphoria flipped on him and he detransitioned back to a man.
In this weeks episode we go homo sweet homo with an adorable family. Kris and his mom tell what it was like coming out as transgender.
This week we have two allies that explain what it was like growing up with gay parents and how that affected them, childhood through adulthood.
In this episode we talk to Mr Indiana Leather 2018, Jeremy Muncie. He explains why he feels better in leather and what it meant to him to wear the sash.
This weeks episod Nikki explains the proper use of the third pronoun, and their experiences as a newly identifying non-binary person.
In this episode of The Gays Of Our Live our guest Logan explains what it‘s been like growing up and living as a bisexual man.
This week the Gays interview the graceful and patient Jennifer, who talks about being raised as a man, living the All American dream until she was able to for fill her dreams and begin transitioning. She has plenty of advice on patience, achieving your goals, and chasing your passions.
This week we have Duffy who has worked at the Metro for 17 years and has been living with HIV since 1985!
Lissa and Avery interview three of Lissa’s favorite allies, and learn more about the growing young ally culture.
Straight out of Roncall with Shelly Fitzgerld & her family!