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The podcast takes on a variety of issues stemming from Black culture. In the first segment some highlights from Black ‘pop’ culture are highlighted and discussed. In the second segment, one to two specific issues concerning Black and queer folks spanning local, regional or even global interests are reviewed and debated. The second segment may also include an interviewee in order to gain a different point of view on the subject at hand. The third and final segment looks to things the we are looking forward to or simply excited about. These will include local events happening in London and Vienna.
||CleanPodcast #80: Offset’s Homophobic Bars, Aziz Ansari and Consent & MLK Day in the Era of Trump||In this week’s episode we speak on Sir Offset’s Shakespearian usage of the word queer and delve into just some of the discussion points surrounding the sexual misconduct allegations against Aziz Ansari. In the second segment we discuss the imp||1/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #79: Ginuwine’s Trap, Golden Globes & H&M’s Racist Ad||In this week’s episode we talk the backlash Ginuwine received after resisting an unsolicited advance from a transwoman on Celebrity Big Brother UK, Nipsey Hussle’s homophobic IG post as well as the forever-hating left and their problem with al||1/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #78: Black-owned Essence, TimesUpNow, Dave Chappelle & In Remembrance||In our first episode of 2018 we talk Essence Ventures, making Essence Communications once again 100% Black-owned, the new initiative Time’s Up Now, supported by over 300 women working in film and media, and Dave Chappelle’s continued transphob||1/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSpecial Edition: Afro Rainbow Austria Co-Founder (Full Interview)||Denise had the opportunity to talk with Jay of Afro Rainbow Austria about his life in Uganda, fleeing due to his sexuality and his activism in Austria. He elaborates on how criminalizing sexuality leads to dangerous conditions even within families and||12/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #77: 2017 in review & Denise in conversation with Jay from AfroRainbowAustria||In this week’s episode – the last of 2017 – we look back on some of the major events over the course of the year and discuss their impact on politics and pop culture. In the second segment, Denise speaks with Jay of AfroRainbowAustria ab||12/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #76: #MyNameIsnt, Black in Tokyo & Complicity||In the first segment of this week’s episode we talk about the #MyNameIsnt campaign, spun from the Netflix Original Series “She’s Gotta Have It”, the “best ethnic” category at the Oscars for Gay Porn as well as the docum||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #75: Zinzi on Lena, Bey dethrones Taylor & Gabby isn’t canceled||In this week’s episode we look at Zinzi Clemmon’s statement on quitting her job at Lena Dunham’s online publication, Lenny Letter, as well as Beyoncé’s rise to the top spot of women in music according to the Forbes pay scale. In ou||11/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #74: Cardi B Feminism, #dtmh & Gay Times Editor Sacked||In this week’s episode, we discuss Eve’s criticism of Nicki Minaj’s Paper Magazine cover with the help of Cardi B’s definition of feminism, Joseline Hernandez’ Cardi B dis track as well as Grazia UK’s editing of black h||11/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #73: #NewVogue, Out 100 & US Elections 2017||In this week’s podcast we talk the historic December 2017 issue of British Vogue, which is the first under their new editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, as well as Lena Waithe gracing the cover of OUT magazine for their OUT 100 list. In our second seg||11/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast #72: #JusticeForJanet, Hazel-E & Limitless||In this week’s episode we talk Justin Timberlake being announced as the lead performer for the next Superbowl Halftime Show and Hazel-E’s homophobic and colorist rant that left her without job. In the second segment Denise is in conversation w||10/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Informative, hilarious, genuine, and important
CC and Denise break down American and European pop culture relevant to the everyday lives of queer and black or poc. The conversations usually go deeper into queer liberation, black liberation, and inclusive feminism