Courtney is joined by therapist and PrEP expert, Damon L. Jacobs to discuss the benefits of PrEP and the misconceptions we have about this HIV prevention drug. Damon shares his personal experiences as well as all the newest information around PrEP.
Connor joins Courtney for the 2nd week in a row to discuss the Netflix Documentary, The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson. They also discuss the recent backlash of Grindr regarding users who are HIV+ and two more public figures who just came out.
Courtney is joined by Connor with a fun episode of Connor's Corner where they discuss all current events. They first share their views on the movie Love, Simon. Some other topics to expect; the renaming of terminal in SFO, a gay presidential candidate, Reggie Bullock's recent activism and so much more.
Courtney is joined by actress, Cat Yezbak and designer, Jess Torres as they discuss their personal experiences of coming out as a lesbian. They also discuss their thoughts on Cynthia Nixon running for NY governor, the representation of lesbians in the media and misconception of gays vs. lesbians.
Courtney is joined by Jamie Costello and E-Lorraine Johnson as they share their experiences as trans women living in NYC. Guests also weigh in on the controversy surrounding Ru Paul's comments on transgender women being accepted to enter Ru Paul's Drag Race. Should we take a stand against Ru Paul and hold him accountable. Find out what Courtney, Jamie and E-Lorraine think about this issue and how it relates to the LGBTQ Community.
Courtney conducts a one on one interview with brooklyn based artist, Adam Chuck. They discuss his start, inspiration and process of his paintings. Adam explains how modern gay culture has influenced his works.
On this first episode of season 2, Courtney and Connor discuss the most influential LGBTQ hot topics that have occurred during The Privy's hiatus. From the reboot of Queer Eye on Netflix to Gus Kenworthy and Adam Rippon. Courtney introduces Connor as the first cohost of The Privy Panel.
In this final episode of Season 1, Courtney answers 10 questions from listeners. The Privy Podcast will return in 2018 with new guest co-hosts, guests, giveaways, topics and some very special announcements
Courtney and Boris are joined by psychotherapist, Nick Fager and LGBT Activist and Fitness Director, Seth Maynard. They discuss why there is a pressure for gay ment to have great bodies and how we can overcome these issues.
Courtney and Boris discuss backlash of Buzzfeed's latest video surrounding gay stereotypes. They also breakdown some common gay stereotypes as well as how they themselves navigate them. The segment "Yes Bitch/No Bitch" returns.
Courtney and Boris discuss whether or not gay acting roles should be reserved for gay actors. Courtney recently viewed a screening Call Me By Your Name with Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet who are both heterosexual portraying young men who are intimate with one another.
Courtney and Boris are joined by Martin Burgess and Dan Enriquez of The Mariah Report Podcast. In this episode, these Mariahologists share their story on how they began and their perspective on pop divas that gays have admired over time. The panel also discusses why they feel gays connect with these women and their personal top female gay icons.
Boris returns this week! Courtney and Boris discuss new updates and topics to expect in upcoming episodes of The Privy. They also introduce 3 new segments including Bitch Yes/Bitch No, where listeners write in to the hosts for advice.
Courtney and guest host, Connor Reider rundown the top 5 stories in LGBT Pop Culture for the week ending August 11th, 2017. From Aaron Carter coming out via twitter to LGBTQ diversity in media, Connor shares his perspective on each and every topic.
Courtney is joined by friend/guest co host, Jessica Blair. This conversation starts with how we should deal with homophobia & transphobia and flourishes into different topics that affect our community.
Courtney and Boris discuss Janet Mock's recent essay published in Allure Magazine regarding her experience during an interview with The Breakfast Club Radio Show. They also take a closer look at comedian; Lil Duval's insulting comments and disregard to Janet's womanhood.
Courtney and Boris discuss the importance of preserving LGBTQ spaces. Would closing historic gay bars end gay culture as we know it? They take a closer look at what these places mean to the LGBTQ community. Inspired by article published in The Advocate; Preserving LGBT History Means Saving These Spaces.