Looking for a binge-worthy podcast that celebrates both Latinx and queer voices? We’ve got you covered. Our team curated ten shows that will keep you entertained, informed, and inspired. Whether you’re looking for deep cultural conversations on mental health and social justice, or excited to hear personal stories and humorous takes, these podcasts offer that and more through the less of Latinx and queer experiences.
Hosted by Eva Arreguin and Pat Arreguin, this podcast celebrates the voices and experiences of queer people of color, including Latinx voices, through interviews, storytelling, and discussions on art, culture, and social issues.
Hosted by Antonio Gonzalez, this engaging podcast delves into the unique experiences of growing up queer within a Latin household. With a focus on personal stories and authentic insights, each episode explores the complexities of navigating both Latinx and queer identities.
Hosted by Cassandra Alicia and Rubén Angel, two Chicanx queer femmes, this podcast discusses social and political matters impacting marginalized communities today, with an emphasis on: LGBT+, Latinx/Chicanx, and women’s issues.
Hosted by Dr. Angelica Becerra, a political graphics scholar and visual artist, and Dr. Jack Caraves, a trans studies professor, this queer Latinx podcast navigates academia, relationships, and mental health.
Comedic duo Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo discuss living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they craft their comedy around what it means to be bicultural and share hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated.
10. Food 4 Thot
Hosted by Fran Tirado, Tommy Pico, Denne Michele Norris, and Joseph Osmundson, this podcast is self-described as a multiracial mix of queer writers talking about sex, relationships, race, identity, what they like to read, and who they like to read.