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Lost Spaces explores queer experiences as told through now-closed bars and clubs. Every episode singer/songwriter K Anderson interviews a different member of the community to find out about a venue from their past, the memories they created there and the people that they used to know. Theme song - 'Well Groomed Boys' by K Anderson. Find out more at https://lostspacespodcast.com/
 
Come and discover a whole new world of LostCasting with DharmaCast, a brand new PodCast hosted by two extremely wild and very crazy boys. Soar to new heights with Cody and Trevor as they try to unveil the secrets of LOST and attempt to host a PodCast that is normal and very un-freakishly cool. This podcast features: -Great conversations on the most random of subjects. -In depth theories on the secrets of LOST. -Delightful and tasteful humor -Storeis of LOST encounters told by the Locals of H ...
 
The Daily and Sunday Telegraph looked at the William Tyrrell investigation on the first anniversary of his disappearance and conducted the most detailed media interviews at the time or since with the missing boy's foster parents. Neither parent can be named and at the time we couldn't even say they were foster parents ( a ruling overturned last month by the Supreme Court). Three years after William vanished from his home in Kendall police are just as baffled about what happened to him. We ar ...
 
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Wingate responds to the Continental Cement Dig, Chris Reveals the biggest drop thus far for boots on the ground within the CAVE. Are they There? Tune in! Correction on Chris's mention og TRAPPED, it is actually a book he read here is the link to that book: TRAPPED: The Story of Floyd Collins As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE and help us raise fund…
 
At the time of this writing, a 17-year-old kid is being prosecuted for murder, and all of America awaits the verdict. But the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is just another flashpoint in a culture war that so often turns on the innocence or villainy of a young white man. We discuss some of the psychic baggage burdening this trial and its representation …
 
1 December is World Aids Day, an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic. To mark this day on this week's show I'm joined by De'Vannon Hubert, podcaster and author of 'Sex, Drugs, and Jesus', a memoir about his struggles with his HIV+ diagnosis, drug addiction, homelessness, and rejection from his church for his sexual…
 
So, if you've ever listened to this show before you'll know that I often talk to my guests about straight people in queer spaces... and, for the most part people are not exactly against the idea, but fear that it can compromise the integrity of a space, or... just make it a bit more boring... Well, this week's guest, Gretchen Phillips, has an entir…
 
This week's guest is Reese Williams, host of the Not Another Drag Race Podcast. If you follow me on social media you'll have seen this week that I was the guest on his show, spouting my ill-informed opinions about last week's episode of Drag Race UK, and now it's time to return the favour! Reese grew up in Melbourne's outer suburbs and still rememb…
 
Michael Ryan, who leads the Gay Bars That Are Gone walking tour in NYC, and loves queer spaces as much as I do, is this week's guest. Originally from Augusta, Georgia, he first moved to New York for college, and although he quickly threw himself in to the scene, he wasn't sure what kind of gay he wanted to be... It wasn't until he found Splash, one…
 
Iranian white supremacists, angry suburban moms, gun-toting politicians – the Virginia gubernatorial election had it all. We break down the surprising results, discuss the role women played in rocking the vote, and analyze what this means for lost boys and woke women.על ידי thelostboyspodcast
 
The story behind how this week's conversation happened is almost as good as the interview itself! So, you may know this already, but I’m a big fan of Grease 2, which I think is a far superior film to Grease. Having heard me rant about it on a previous episode of the show (see 'Queer as Punk' with Demi Wylde) a follower on twitter, @rnfrw, who is al…
 
One of the big perks of doing this show is that I get to reach out to people I admire with the flimsy excuse that I want to interview them for my podcast, and then get the opportunity to talk one-to-one with them for a few hours... And, this week's guest is very special. Regina Gently, who you may also know as Gentleman Reg, is a singer, songwriter…
 
The gap between reality, as most of us perceive it, and how we’re meant to talk about it continues to widen. Those brave or foolish enough to speak out pay a heavy social cost. In this episode, we use the reaction to comedian Dave Chappelle’s latest Netflix special to discuss the forced conformity spreading through social media and influencing our …
 
So, this week is a big week. We've made it to 100 episodes. This is the 100th episode. That's weird, right? Whod've thought we'd make it this far? 100 whole episodes, and we've never been to the city where I grew up.... Adelaide. But, that's all about to change today! I got to sit down with the comedian Lori Bell to talk all about her experiences o…
 
We're headed back to the lesbian bar! My guest on this week's show, Bobby Macumber, is a comedian, MC and radio host from Melbourne. We caught up to talk about The Glasshouse, one of Melbourne's only lesbian bars, which opened in 1991, and closed in 2011. The Glasshouse was the very first queer bar that Bobby went to with her cricket teammates back…
 
Where have we been? Where are the search efforts and why can't we get a comment from John Wingate??? As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE and help us raise funds to keep boots on the ground. CLICK FIVE STARS HERE ON APPLE:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lost-boys-of-hannibal/id1474689261 BREAK APPLE!!! Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=232…
 
Big Hair. Oil Rigs. BBQs. Beyonce... Yes, this week we're off to Texas! And our tour guide is actor, producer and director Emerson Collins. He's taking us back in time to The Village Station in Dallas, which was the very first gay bar he ever went to. Though he can't remember the songs he heard that night, what he was wearing, or what performances …
 
Hayden Winston is a Black, bisexual novelist, poet and activist whose work draws on his experiences as a QPOC and the child of West Indian immigrants. Though he currently lives in Sacramento with his husband Tom, he was born and raised in and around Los Angeles. It was here, in West Hollywood, that he started to explore the queer scene at the 18-an…
 
As men’s college attendance continues its steady decline, we’re also witnessing a funny thing: the rise of sugar babying among elite college students. Women from some of the most expensive and exclusive universities in the world are exchanging companionship for money, luxury vacations, and help with tuition. We discuss the underlying cynicism drivi…
 
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Simona Castricum is a musician, DJ and producer based in Melbourne, Australia. We caught up to talk about Hugs and Kisses, a night that ran in the 2010s and took advantage of the looser licensing laws that applied to the venue it was based in, which created this wonderful, hedonistic atmosphere reminiscent of the early rave scene. We talked a lot a…
 
Barb Snelgrove is a radio presenter, inductee in the Canadian Queer Hall of Fame, and owner of megamouthmedia, a boutique media relations firm. She is also a life-long Vancouverite, and has seen the queer scene shift and change since she first started going out as an underage teen. We first caught up to talk about a bar called The Odyssey, but... w…
 
Alistair Barton is the host of Picking at Perfection, a podcast that aims to explore and break down perfectionist expectations. And this week we're doing something a little bit different - instead of visiting a club we're going to a youth group. Alistair says that the youth group he went to as a teenager gave him a safe space to explore his identit…
 
Michael Dumlao is an artist, activist and the author of 'The Wisdom of Guncles', a new book that celebrates the role of gay uncles and highlights the diverse perspectives and lived experiences they have to offer their families. Born in the Philippines, he spent his childhood in Sydney, Australia, and then California before moving to Washington, D.C…
 
Erika and Paul are the co-hosts of That Aged Well, a podcast that examines 80s/90s pop culture through a modern lens. The two have been friends for over 20 years, and were finishing each other's sentences, and volleying back and forth throughout our conversation about their lost space. And, you'll be pleased to hear, there was a higher-than-average…
 
Actor Kevin Steinberg moved to San Francisco in the mid-90s after a particularly memorable trip to Burning Man festival (I'll let him tell you all about that), and quickly built a life for himself working as a living sculpture and a go-go dancer. And it was at Club Universe, a queer nightclub in SoMa that was open from 1994 to 2002, where he first …
 
This week we are catching up with Pandora Boxx, drag queen superstar and contestant on Ru Paul's Drag Race Season 2, as well as All Stars 1 and 6. And we are going to find out all about her early days in drag. Back in the 90s she was one of the top performers at Club Marcella, a drag bar in Rochester, NY, that rode on the crest of the wave of that …
 
We’ve come a long way since the days of opening doors and pulling chairs, but we still hear an almost daily chorus of criticism leveled at men for what they should be doing on women’s behalf. In this episode, we put Gloria Steinem in dialogue with G.K. Chesterton to ask: what do women owe men?על ידי thelostboyspodcast
 
Who really is Ray Ferrier? Who is Tommy Terrance Hill? In this episode we dive even deeper into our number one prime suspect and there are some big Reveals!!! As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE and help us raise funds to keep boots on the ground. CLICK FIVE STARS HERE ON APPLE:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lost-boys-of-hannibal/id1474689261…
 
What is it about the punk and the goth scenes that is so appealing to queer kids? This week I caught up with author, podcaster, and entrepreneur Demi Wylde to help explore that very question. I got to find out all about his teen years growing up in the southern California city Riverside, and the refuge that he found at the Showcase Theatre, an alte…
 
When most people think of G-A-Y, the iconic club night that has hosted performances from such superstars as Kylie Minogue, Spice Girls, Madonna, and my personal favourites Daphne & Celeste, they think of The Astoria, the central London music venue that hosted the night from when it started in the 90s up until the late 00s. The Astoria was the victi…
 
We spoke with writer, podcaster, and advice columnist Default Friend about our modern dating difficulties, the psychodramas that keep us from achieving real intimacy, and the unexamined role microblogging sites like Tumblr played in shaping a generation’s sexuality and normalizing a culture of extreme sensitivity and offense-taking.…
 
Chris & Franki tackle the true crime path with their prime suspect, as well as offer choice words for the show Relentless. As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE at: Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=23246281Follow us:https://www.facebook.com/lostboysofhannibal/IG@lostboysofhannibalemail: info@lostboysofhannibal.com…
 
Seren Oakley is a multi-disciplinary artist and events organiser whose work is based on queer spaces and elevation of others, which includes marginalised groups like asylum seekers. Currently based in Leeds, England, she grew up in Swansea, Wales, where she found solace and community at a venue called The Scene, which hosted gigs for under 18s in t…
 
Gay Sydney in the 90s was a magical time according to today's guest, chef, youtuber and podcaster Andrew Prior, who lived very close to the city's main gay hub, Oxford Street, in the early 90s. Our conversation focusses on this area, which Andred dubs the 'gay ghetto', at two periods of his life - the early 90s, when he was a teenager, living away …
 
Troubling new data confirms that the social landscape ain't what it used to be. Both men and women have lost friends since the '90s, but the loneliest and most isolated people are mostly male. What's causing this decline, despite an era of Internet-enabled interconnectivity? And what are both sexes missing out on when men can't make friends so easi…
 
Today we are catching up with Conor Collins, a Visual Artist based in Manchester, England, who is known for making artworks using unconventional materials such as diamond dust, blood, and hate speech found on social media. He first moved to Manchester to study, and it was here that he found Poptastic, a club night targeted mainly at students that p…
 
We discuss HBO’s hit miniseries Mare of Easttown and its unflinching portrayal of American decline: addiction, broken homes, male suicide, and the enormous burden placed on the women who have to pick up the pieces. What lessons can we learn from the chaos, and what parallels can we draw to life in our progressive cities?…
 
#aliens #legalize #lostboys WIH THE RETURN OF THE LOST BOYS PODCAST, We get together to discuss A LOT from the Legalization of Weed and why it hasnt been done yet and the pros and cons. We also discuss digust foods that we would eat, finding your footing after a long stream break and could we handle a massive alien probe. AUDIO ONLY ON EVERY PODCAS…
 
This week we are talking to David Paisley, a Scottish actor known for roles in soap operas Holby City, and River City. He is also a tireless LGBTQ campaigner, recently being acknowledged with an Attitude Pride Award for his campaigning against the trans-exclusionary agenda of the LGB Alliance. He first moved to London when he got the role as midwif…
 
Ray Ferrier is back and so are 6 new letters, Chris and Franki review comments and updates to their show and focus, putting once again, the focus on finding the boys. As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE at:Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=23246281Follow us:https://www.facebook.com/lostboysofhannibal/IG@lostboysofhannibalemail: info@lostboysofh…
 
This week we are talking to Tim Lagman, a certified sex educator and pleasure advocate based in Toronto, Canada. He is also the host of the 'Sex Ed with Tim' podcast, where he interviews sluts (his word, not mine!) from all walks of life and delves into the good, the bad, and the stinky sides of love, sex, sexuality, relationships, and more. And wh…
 
In ye olden days (ok, like 20 years ago) London used to be full of small neighbourhood queer bars that had more of a community feel than the bigger, anonymous drinking establishments in the West End. And, if it was a lesbian bar you were after then your best bet would be to head to Stoke Newington in the north east of London, which has been describ…
 
In this episode, we discuss the link between our generation’s prolonged adolescence and “soft tyranny,” with a little help from French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville. Can a nation of lost boys and girls govern themselves, or are they destined to be ruled? Are we headed for dystopia, or are we already living in one? And does this upside…
 
Today we are talking about Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, which on June 12, 2016, became the site of the deadliest terrorist attack in the U.S. since the September 11 attacks of 2001. And, the repercussions were felt worldwide- I remember how shocking and terrifying it was to hear about this happening in a country like America.. But, before i…
 
Ray Ferrier is back and so are 6 new letters, Chris and Franki review comments and updates to their show and focus, putting once again, the focus on finding the boys. As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE at:Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=23246281Follow us:https://www.facebook.com/lostboysofhannibal/IG@lostboysofhannibalemail: info@lostboysofh…
 
Hey Wasssup House Music Lovers , I'm Back Again To Serve You With Nothing But Good Music , We're On Episode 32 & I'm Super EXCITED For This One as I'll Be Joined By One Of The Top Servers AOD . Keep Your Eyes Glued As Their Mix Will Be Uploaded Later On Together With A special mix From Our Brother Chaos..... download -share -stay tuned for more get…
 
Today's guest has a pretty damn impressive CV. She is the recently elected Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party, as well as the co-founder of San Francisco's Transgender District (which happens to be the first transgender district in the world, so no small feat!). Oh, yeah, and you might know her as a contestant on Season 5 of Ru Paul's Drag…
 
This week we are heading to San Francisco to meet Creative Strategist Nat Gunn. And, when I say strategist I do mean strategist! Moving to San Francisco in 2014 Nat came equipped with a game plan that she took that seriously, throwing herself in to the dating world. It was this very plan that led her to meet her partner Bridget, and their first dat…
 
Denise Hoag covers some very topical things and town rumors as Chris and Franki pry into the life that the family experienced after the boys went missing. In this episode rumors are flatlined and God's grace is examined. As always, be apart of the FLUFFLE at:Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=23246281Follow us:https://www.facebook.com/lostboyso…
 
Canada is at the forefront of progressive politics, mindlessly embracing every new fad in the pursuit of “social justice.” Why are we so committed to change, so susceptible to untested grand theories? And where are these theories taking us, as a country? We discuss the things no one wants to address in government or even conversation: multicultural…
 
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