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The Gay Child

The Gay Child

By Meaux and Tate
Best friends Meaux (Mo) and Tate are self-proclaimed soulmates of the unromantic kind. A connection formed out of being the one gay child in the midst of black family values. Their everyday conversation have no limits and The Gay Child is no exception; from coming out and facing LGBTQ+ rights to mental health and even porn. They have only two moods: soberingly serious or explicitly lighthearted.
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Dwayne Wade's Zaya Coming Out

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Can The LGBTQ Community Survive In The Digital Space?
With COVID-19 forcing us stay in our homes, how will our our sense community survive? Will hook-up culture die out? The Gay Child is produced and hosted by Meaux (Twitter @meauxmusic, IG @meauxbass) and Tate (@tatertot522) Follow us: Twitter: @thegaychildpod Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Send us a letter:
April 30, 2020
Body Image Part 2: Fatphobia
This week Meaux and Tate revisit body image. There's a sudden rise in body shaming, but why? Follow Us: Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
April 16, 2020
Why Are We So Obsessed With Labels?
This week, Meaux and Tate contemplate why we are so obsessed with labels and sexual orientations versus our sexual history. Is it okay for a man to still want to identify as "straight" when he's been sleeping with men? Should he feel the pressure of changing his label to "bisexual" or simply "queer"? Also, why do lesbians get called transphobic for saying they hate penises?  Follow Us:  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast  Twitter: @thegaychildpod  Email:
April 2, 2020
Coming Out As A Lesbian...Again
This week, Meaux and Tate talk about being a lesbian. Tate shares her recent identity crisis through compulsory heterosexuality. They also discuss the over-sexualization of lesbians in media and finally reveals all about what vaginismus is and what role that plays in being a lesbian.  Follow Us: Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
March 19, 2020
This week Meaux and Tate have an honest discussion about HIV within the LGBT community. It's about time to destigmatize it and set the story straight about the myths. Follow Us: Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
March 5, 2020
Dwayne Wade's Zaya Coming Out
This week, Meaux and Tate discuss the coming out of Dwayne Wade's daughter Zaya as Transgender and how that affects the black LGBTQ+ community. Stereotypes and expectations of a black man, and a gay black man, are compared.  Follow Us:  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
February 20, 2020
January 2020 Wrap-Up
Wow, what a start to the new year! Meaux and Tate have a lot to unpack for January. We had to say goodbye to a legend, Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, but still enjoy the 2020 Grammys and hope for free STI testing for all LGBTQ people all in the same month and so much more! This will be the first of many month Wrap-Ups. Don't forget to subscribe, share, and rate our show! Follow Us:  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
January 30, 2020
Dealing with Body Image in the LGBTQ+ Community
No one is immune to disliking something about their body. Meaux and Tate share what that looks like in the gay community. Learn the key to being more #BodyConfident!  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
January 23, 2020
Sex & Sudoku: New Year's Resolutions and Dating in LA
Happy 2020! As our first episode of the new year and new decade, Meaux and Tate are starting off things strong with sharing our goals to better our selves and what could be better about dating in Los Angeles.  Twitter: @thegaychildpod Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Email:
January 9, 2020
Mental Health: It's Not All Rainbows
This episode will be a heavy one as we compare our journies with mental health, depression, and suicidal thoughts. Between both of us, we talk about our mental health very often and believe it is vital to create a space for others to share their experiences as well. There is strength in vulnerability. TRIGGER WARNING: If you are not in a place mentally or emotionally to hear this type of content, both of us will understand and the next episode will be better! We promise.  Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Trevor Project Hotline: 1-866-488-7386 *Trevor Project also has a text and chat option.  Follow us:  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
January 2, 2020
Debunking Stereotypes and The Truth About How We Have Sex
Call it counterintuitive, but in this episode, sexual stereotypes about gay men and women are debunked but also sharing what we love about sex and what turns us on. We can only speak for ourselves, but as a gay man and a gay woman, we hate being oversexualized but that doesn't mean we hate sex. Not all lesbians want a threesome, not all flamboyant gay men are bottoms, and not all of us are even having sex.  Follow us:  Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast Twitter: @thegaychildpod  Email:
December 26, 2019
Learning About the Lives of Transgender People
Earlier this year, it was Transgender Awareness Week but that doesn't mean the conversation ends there. This issue hits close to home as we think about the transgender, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming people in our lives. Now is a perfect time to learn how to be an ally, come learn with us. #TransIsBeautiful Further Reading:  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Follow us on Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast  Twitter: @thegaychildpod Email:
December 19, 2019
TMI: Coming Out
Welcome to our first official episode! We discussed so many topics from coming out, porn, mental health. It's a hell of a roller coaster, so brace yourself and let's all get to know too much about each other! Don't forget to share and rate our podcast, it helps a lot!  Twitter: @thegaychildpod Instagram: @thegaychildpodcast  Email: Sites mentioned:
December 12, 2019