🏳️🌈 This is the fourth and final episode of our LGBTQ+ Podcast Series. All this month, we've been elevating and uplifting the voices of LGBTQ+ podcasts and content creators. 🎧🎥
Today, we are happy to highlight LGBTQ&A podcast. LGBTQ&A has been featured in The New York Times, MSNBC, and was nominated for Outstanding Podcast at the 2023 GLAAD Media Awards. 🙌 Jeffrey Masters is the host and creator of LGBTQ&A. He's also the former Director of Podcasts at The Advocate and he is currently the Senior Producer of the New Yorker Radio Hour. 😲
Jeffrey's guest on this particular episode is none other than the queer icon, Janelle Monáe. 🤩
Now, I know if you listen to this podcast that you have a passion in your heart 💗 and that passion extends to helping make the world a better place. And, Janelle Monáe puts those words into action in this episode. Janelle talks about their journey to becoming a queer icon, new album, and debut book, The Memory Librarian.
And… Just a quick reminder 👉 Brian Breaks Character is on vacation for June and July 🏝😎, but we will be back to you in August with season 3️⃣. Can't wait to see you then! 🎉
Check out these episodes while we're away:
#124 Breaking Down The Writers’ Strike: A Candid Conversation with Golden Globe & Emmy Award-Winner Michael Sucsy, Creator & Director of HBO’s Grey Gardens
#26 ‘Book the Room’ from Your Living Room with Christine Horn
#61 Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life with author Francesc Miralles
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