S3: E20 Thirty, Flirty, and Thriving

Although the world’s looking quite different (podcasting and otherwise), we’ve gathered plenty of recommendations to get you through.

ICYMI: Check out our roundup of brilliant things creators are doing in the podcast world during quarantine!

Listen to the episode here:

In the (Podcast) News:

BYOP (Bring-Your-Own-Podcast):

This month, Lainey’s BYOP choice was The History of Sex.

Lainey is always excited to learn something new and this podcast allowed her to dive deep into a conversation about gender norms and sexual orientation throughout history. The History of Sex is hosted by B.T. Newberg and features a yearly theme with smaller, bite-sized episodes in between larger episodes. They also feature other podcasts exploring these themes through history in an effort to include a wide array of diverse voices. They are very responsible with the information they present, researching it extensively, and they are great at not shying away from more explicit topics.

The weekly episode lengths range, but average about thirty minutes. They also have dramatized skits (which are animated on their website) and really cool music transitions.

Don’t know where to start? We suggest starting with The First Intersex In Colonial America: The Case Of Thomas/Ine Hall – Deep Dive, American History.”

Find out more about the podcast on their website.

Calendar Corner:

Since May is Mental Health Month, Alex recommended a few podcasts that are doing great work in this space. Give a listen!

Lainey also called out some May holidays with some perfect podcast angles.

That’s it for May! We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there—shoot us an email or DM and let us know how your listening is going.

—Alex & Lainey

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