Variety Shows Podcasts
A feedback friendly audio blog of an ex-Mormon, M2F (male-to-female) transexual living in beautiful Portland, Oregon. I talk about my life (duh, it's an audio blog) and rant about a wide range of issues that include sports, politics, religion, news, culture and yes.. I also talk about transgender issues. This is a podcast that might make you laugh, cry and scream while playing a good dose of podsafe music.
By Rebecca Nay
This is a show all about sex - no, not the kind of show you get off to, but hey, whatever floats your boat. Host Jacob Ward exposes his audience to all kinds of human sexuality - promoting sex positivity through comedy, dialogue, and psychology. Sketches, rants, and interviews with adult film stars, drag queens, and maybe even a celebrity or two - talking about sex! You know you like it.
By Jacob Ward
www.thecryptonline.com Presents: The HipHopHeads Podcast Live every Monday night @ 9 P.M. EST. We talk hip-hop, current events, gaming, movies, food, crack jokes and play exclusively underground hip-hop. Weekly we'll touch on a range of subjects often off the cuff, just having fun, reviewing local shows from underground artists, listening and critiquing new tracks and albums. If you're a fan of underground hip-hop this is the podcast you've been looking for.
By Vega aka VegaTheChosen
STARRING: Chris Wilding, Natasha Yorski, Harry Cosenza and Alex Gauthier. The Bi-Quarterly Women's Social Club, a new podcast and all around variety hour of the strange and obscene is ready to be unleashed on a set of headphones near you. Listen and get ready to be engaged as young, nubile 20-somethings openly discuss their sex lives, observations on society, love and everything in between.
By The Bi-Quarterly Women's Social Club
The most fun you can have in orbit. Join Heather, Ross, and all of their radio friends for a fun-filled journey into the future of comedy, music, movies, comics, and other stuff we love. With our guests and skits, you'll want to join us on the Spacebridge for each new episode.
By Ross Johnson and Heather Zajkowski