The Queerness is a super-awesome project from San Francisco Pride. Hosted by award-winning journalist Peter-Astrid Kane, it elevates LGBTQ+ voices in the Bay Area with humor and panache.

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Podcast Episodes:

#9 Soleil Ho SF Chronicle food critic Soleil Ho chats with Peter-Astrid — a former restaurant reviewer — about her urge to start writing negative reviews again, her decidedly mixed feelings about the adjective 'slutty,' and why she likes the macabre.
#8 Michelle Meow Journalist and former SF Pride Board President Michelle Meow discusses her awe of Lil Nas X, how she went from curious onlooker to boss-lady of Pride in barely a decade, and her rather famous wife.
#7 San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Tom Paulino and Ashtyn Avella of the SFGMC discuss the firestorm of homophobia their organization experienced this summer, and how the chorus makes itself welcoming to vocalists who may not identify as gay or male.
#6 Snaxx Peter-Astrid talks to Oasis drag performer Snaxx about the club's reopening, and, well, snacks.
#5 Melonie Green and Melorra Green Peter-Astrid speaks with Melonie Green and Melorra Green, co-executive directors of the African American Art and Culture Complex and 2021 SF Pride Community Grand Marshals, about Juneteenth, their exhibition 'The Black Woman Is God,' and the art of Wangechi Mutu.
#4 The Exploratorium Peter-Astrid chats with Sam Sharkland and Eli Ramos from the Exploratorium, about the STARS (Striving for Trans Inclusion and Anti-Racism in Science Learning) program at the Exploratorium, upcoming events, and programming centering excluded identities in STEAM and education fields.
#3 Imani Rupert-Gordon Peter-Astrid speaks with Imani Rupert-Gordon, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, about trans rights and the organization's work under the Biden administration.
#2 Fluid Peter-Astrid talks to the quartet activists behind Fluid Cooperative Cafe, a forthcoming space in the Tenderloin that centers the trans, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming (TGNC) communities.
#1 Vinny Eng Peter-Astrid asks LGBTQ+ activist and racial equity dynamo Vinny Eng about SF New Deal and about hugging trees.