Philadelphia, PA-May 12th, 2020. Edible Podcast is proud to call Blue Honey Studios (BHS) our Official Podcast Studio Home! In partnership with BHS, we’ll be bringing you even more featured LGBTQ & Womxn Identified Artists to discover! This comes just in time for Edible Podcast's announcement of joining the On Air With Sir online radio … Continue reading Lezcronymz Announces NEW Edible Podcast Partnership with Womxn-Centered Recording Studio Blue Honey Studios.
Listen to Episode Seven: So you Wanna Be a Heaux Now! Call Me "Miss Heaux". Your favorite lesbian host Fame & Special Guest Finessica discuss using degrading terms like "heaux" and "bitch" with sexual partners. Does your partner have to think you're funny for you to date them? Did Finessica finesse Fame into a Tiger … Continue reading Edible Podcast Episode Seven: So You Wanna Be a Heaux w. Special Guest Finessica!
Listen to Episode Six Now! Should white lgbtq womxn be able to call themselves "studs"? If someone wants a sexually-based relationship should they sugarcoat it or be straight up? Are bisexual womxn better at giving head to a strap? You already know the vibes. Listen now. Special Guests: Spoken Word & Podcast Producer Mahogany Major … Continue reading Edible Podcast Episode Six: Can white Lesbians use the term “stud”?
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Seeking LGBTQ Spoken Word & Music Artists to be featured on Edible Podcast! Artists will be also have the opportunity to be featured on Lezcronymz The Mixtape: 2020, an eclectic compilation of LGBTQ Artists. Why should you send in your tracks? Here’s a few reasons: Free Music Promotion & Marketing Support2 Weeks Ad Space on our Website … Continue reading LGBTQ MUSIC ARTISTS.