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Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors.With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to t ...
 
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Because we're recording on Father's Day, we're talking about daddies! On this episode, we dig into the idea of "daddy," how it relates to our lives and what "daddy" means culturally. We also talk about some of the research on intergenerational relationships and see if they stack up to what we see in the community.…
 
This episode from 2017 is one of my favorites, and it's an important episode to bring back.This week, Bearded Fruit turns over the reigns of the podcast to Cleveland-based hip hop artist Jesse Paradice. He discusses his powerful EP "Don't Call Me Ethnic." the turbulent forces that shaped his musical voice, and the urgent need for us to listen -- an…
 
To kick off Pride Month 2020, we're talking about protest and queer identity. We give a little history lesson in queer disruptive protest, we talk about Jack Halberstam's theory of queer violence, and we talk about why queer people should support disruptive protest against police brutality... because it's part of our queer DNA.…
 
On this episode, we're celebrating our birthdays with a discussion about time: how our queerness has evolved over time, and how cultural expectations distort our experiences of time. And we discuss the idea of "queer time," a way of walking through the world on our own time clock. If you've ever felt like you were out of step with everyone else - t…
 
Joe Bob Briggs was the main character on Twitter for the horror community this week, for a homophobic article from last summer. In this episode, we talk about the Briggs discourse. some of the smart rebuttals to it. What's the usefulness of Twitter outrage? And if we can't expect more from our heroes... when is it okay to kill them?"Queer Mutants D…
 
In this episode, we discuss Drag Race's superfan makeover challenge and some of the Internet discourse around it. We also dig into what makes a queer space, the value of assimilation, and how to balance the complexity of where we are in queer culture.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we're inspired by John Paul Brammer's "¡Hola Papi!" column for Out.com. We dig into why we all gotta love the LGBTQIA+ acronym, and why our individual liberation is all about the liberation of the queer folks (and others!) around us. This one's all about what we owe each other.Article Link: https://www.out.com/lifestyle/2019/5/07/apparen…
 
We're back! Pride Month is here, and we're talking about our experiences with Pride, who belongs at Pride (spoilers: every queer of every stripe!), and what Pride could and should be. Plus, Cody challenges the listeners to a fight. Let us know what you think of the show on Twitter: @abeardedfruitCody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we discuss heteronormativity: what it means, how it affects us, and why it's something queer people work against. Plus, we invite our trans male listeners to submit their stories and ideas for a series on the trans male experience.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we dig into the how and why of sexual connection in gay male culture. How central is hooking up to being gay? Can you de-center sexual connection in gay culture without being sex-negative? Is it just "guys being guys?" or are we just doing "gay" wrong?Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we talk about preferences with a Bearded Fruit favorite, David Easaw! We dig into why it's not okay to find Nazis hot, we talk about unusual fetishes we've encountered on the internet, and we remind listeners that with our sexual "preferences" come some serious responsibilities.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week we're talking about Charlottesville and the violence surrounding the white supremacist rally "Unite the Right." This week, we're talking directly to the white folks about why racial justice is an LGBTQ issue.To act:* Join Safety Pin Box (https://www.safetypinbox.com/),a monthly subscription box for white people striving to be allies in th…
 
We kick off this week with a shoutout to Superfruit and their new EP "Future Friends, Part 1." Then we dive into 45's trans ban tweets and its cultural message. We also talk about the necessity of outrage and the importance of representation.Go check out Superfruit on their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/sup3rfruit…
 
This week, we talk about our trip back to the “Fun Home,” the Tony-winning musical by Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, some trans-inclusive headcanon in the world of Harry Potter, and the critical importance of representation – why seeing yourself in the world matters deeply.This new Harry Potter theory is that Snape is trans: http://www.pinknews.co.u…
 
On this supersized episode of Bearded Fruit, we talk with LGBTQ writer, activist and icon Jeffrey Marsh. We talk about growing up in a small farming town in Pennsylvania. We wonder what Saturn thinks of us. And we get a healthy dose of the incredible kindness, love and generosity that makes Jeffrey Marsh an indelible icon for the queer community.Fi…
 
This week, we talk to disability awareness consultant and cripple content creator Andrew Gurza. Andrew's podcast "Disability After Dark" is an essential listen for anyone interested in queer podcasts, and we're thrilled to have him on Bearded Fruit to talk about his work. You can find Andrew at www.andrewgurza.com.…
 
This week, we use Barry Manilow's coming out announcement as a launching pad for a conversation about the politics and urgency of being out and visible. This week's episode kicks off with an excerpt from a speech by Harvey Milk.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we use Chimamanda Adichie's controversial comments on trans women in a Channel 4 interview as a jumping-off point to explore the dangers of a single story about trans lives and the ways we can be more critical of the single stories we tell around gender for everyone.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
In this first "The Queer Read" episode, we explore two of the themes from the book with recordings from Judith Butler and Kimberle Crenshaw, plus a reading of a text by Audre Lorde. Join us on March 1 at 7 p.m. Eastern Time for a "Queer Read" Google Hangout -- details on the website: www.beardedfruit.com…
 
The first "Bearded fruit: Live!" was recorded live at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Downtown Hartford, Connecticut on February 17, 2017. For our first live show, we invited three really special people to join us: Mark Richards, the reigning Mr CT Bear; Shona Curtis, a queer photographer who’s stunning portrait exhibit “To Be Real” is running t…
 
This week, new Bearded Fruit David Easaw returns! David and I share our story of visiting The Leather Man in NYC (and getting our first tastes of BDSM). And we talk about the intersections of kink and queerness.(This is a re-upload. The original upload chopped off the ending of the episode. Sorry for the trouble, listening family!)…
 
This week, we welcome Kira Hayes to the podcast for a conversation about polyamory from a queer female perspective. We also discuss the challenges of shifting identities, the annoyance of waiters not knowing who to give the check to, and how to take your first steps into the world of polyamory -- if you think it's for you.You can find Kira on Insta…
 
This week we welcome a new Bearded Fruit -- David Easaw! David's visiting from Portland, OR, and we introduce him to the Bearded Fruit family with a conversation about sexual racism, the challenge of being black and queer, and what his queer bears of color group is doing in Portland to spice up white spaces.…
 
This week, we rewind to a terrific conversation we had with Emilio Herrera of the Social Justice Education Network about straight allyship. Find out more about SJEN at www.sjenetwork.com.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, Bearded Fruit turns over the reigns of the podcast to Cleveland-based hip hop artist Jesse Paradice. He discusses his powerful EP "Don't Call Me Ethnic." the turbulent forces that shaped his musical voice, and the urgent need for us to listen -- and listen closely -- to queer black artists and other people (and artists)of color.The music…
 
Hello 2017! This week, we're inspired by a listener email to talk about queer mentors. We talk about the people that shaped us, the need for good strong mentorship for LGBT youth, and the challenges our mentors face as they age. Plus, a call-in story from Robert in Louisiana!Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we discuss a study about "dude sex," the phenomenon of rural straight dudes who have sex with other men. Cody shares his sordid dude sex past, and we discuss how normalizing this practice could be harmful to queer people.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
This week, we rewind to an episode we did during the North Carolina "bathroom bills" fiasco, which featured a terrific discussion about the politics of fear. The episode featured Dr. Patrick McGrady, and it's worth a look back as we look ahead to an administration that leans on the politics of fear.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
In our first post-election episode, we take apart the argument from a Hill.com op-ed that Donald Trump's presidency won't be harmful to the LGBT community. Plus, we lay out some of our goals for the podcast an the activist community we hope to build.Cody and Neil Daigle-Orians
 
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