Dirty Rotten Church Kids

Dirty Rotten Church Kids, hosted by Adrian Gibbs and Josh Link, who describe themselves as “musicians, dads, millennial idiots trying to figure out what THIS is,” explores “life, art and culture on the other side of the evangelical bubble.” Find ways to connect with them at instagram.com/dirtyrottenchurchkids.

Dirty Rotten Church Kids added 17 Oct 2020. instagram.com/dirtyrottenchurchkids, accessed 16 Oct 2020.

The Forbidden Apple

The Forbidden Apple, a weekly podcast, hosted by Melissa Weisz, a former Orthodox Jew, and Pelayo Alvarez, a Spanish raised Catholic, explores the relationship between Queer people and spirituality. Find them on Spotify at open.spotify.com/show/6ltbmHaf7AKrnUF2XwnUvC.

The Forbidden Apple, added 17 Oct 2020. Source: open.spotify.com/show/6ltbmHaf7AKrnUF2XwnUvC, accessed 16 Oct 2020.


The Fruitbowl Podcast, “a judgement-free platform for honest, frank conversations about queer sex,” presents oral histories of gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, genderqueer and alternative sexualities, focusing on the sexual histories, experiences and attitudes of the participants. Give them a listen at fruitbowlpodcast.com.

The Fruitbowl Podcast added 21 Oct 2020. Source: fruitbowlpodcast.com, accessed 21 Oct 2020 (11:00).

Fun Parts

The Fun Parts podcast “is a conversation exploring the relationship between sexuality and spirituality” (from the website) launched August 2020. Find them at funpartspodcast.com.

Fun Parts added 23 Aug 2020. Source: funpartspodcast.com, accessed 11 Sep 2020 (15:21).

God is Grey

God is Grey, the YouTube channel of Brenda Marie Davies, is “Your guide to becoming an inquisitive, fearless, SEX POSITIVE, free thinking Christian in the modern world.” Davies does one thing we really like which is TALK ABOUT SEX from a sex-positive, practicing Christian perspective. Find out more at godisgrey.com.

God is Grey added 14 Oct 2020. Source: youtube.com/c/GodisGrey, accessed 14 Oct 2020 (17:19).

Queer Christian Family Values (QCFV)

QCFV has a podcast, hosted by transman Alex Burchnell. Listen to their podcast at anchor.fm/qcfv.

Queer Christian Family Values (QCFV) added 13 Sep 2020. Source: anchor.fm/qcfv accessed 13 Sep 2020 (09:55).

Queer RelationTips

From the website: “Queer RelationTips is a podcast that aims to give listeners first-hand access to life-changing insights, effective skills, and relational tools by interviews with the queer community’s thought leaders and trendsetters as well as inviting normal, everyday folks who want to share their therapeutic journey with the world.” Find all the places you can listen at linktr.ee/iamclinic.

Queer RelationTips added 23 Sep 2020. Source: linktr.ee/iamclinic, accessed 23 Sep 2020 (12:10).

Queerology: A Podcast on Belief and Being
  • https://matthiasroberts.com/queerology/ – Matthias Roberts brings together theologians, psychologists, poets, thinkers, and change makers for conversations around belief and being on this weekly podcast. Added 23 August 2020.

Find Queerology at matthiasroberts.com/queerology.

Queerology added 23 August 2020.

The Sex Ed Podcast

The Sex Ed Podcast covers a wide variety of topics related to contemporary sexuality and the ways people live out their varied sexualities in the contemporary world. It is not particularly Queer-oriented, but it is a good reminder that Queer people are not the only people messed up about sex. Listen to at thesexed.com.

The Sex Ed Podcast added 12 Sep 2020. Source: thesexed.com, accessed 12 Sep 2020 (12:27).

This Little Light of Mine

This Little Light of Mine, hosted by co-active coach James Powell, provides space for a “self-healing journey from religious trauma, abuse and addiction towards spiritual transformation.” Listen at thislittlelightofmine.ca.

This Little Light of Mine added 11 Sep 2020. Source: thislittlelightofmine.ca, accessed 11 Sep 2020 (15;00).

Where Do We Go From Here?

At Where Do We Go From Here? co-hosts Devi Abraham and Jessica Van Der Wyngaard offer “a weekly podcast untangling sexual ethics for a new generation of Christians.” Find their website and listening options at wheredowegopod.com.

Where Do We Go From Here? added 23 August 2020.

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