While queer visibility is more prominent in podcasting than other mediums, podcasting still has a long way to go before it an sit on its laurels. The work by trans women in particular is often ignored in listens, let alone monetary support. The following is a running list of podcasts by and featuring trans women, regardless of genre.
If your podcast is made by, with, or featuring trans women, please contact me and I will add yours to the list, including your support links.
Magic Folk is an actual play Dungeons and Dragons 5e podcast. Follow our swole Druid, axe wielding Bird Barbarian, hopelessly geeky Bard, and – for some time – impulsive Dragonborn Wizard as they travel through the kingdom of Ossul and beyond. Our ‘Rowdy Party’ aspires to both deeply move you and make you cackle with a character driven, joke heavy, mechanic light adventure featuring original music by Victoria Watkins & Kyle Bruenning.
We believe in the importance of representation. Collectively, our players are non-binary, genderfluid, pansexual, Jewish, neurodivergent, and more. We feel that our personal voices are important, and also seek to include player characters and NPCs representing marginalized identities.
Australia’s first LGBT audio drama, Love and Luck is a fictional radio play podcast, told via voicemails. It’s a slice of life queer romance story with a touch of magic.
The story is about two men who fall in love, learn they have magic powers, and use those powers to support and protect their community. The good guys win, no one gets killed, and queer people of all types are all loved and valued.
Made for people who like healthy relationships and happy endings, Love and Luck’s goal is to bring a few minutes of warmth and happiness to listeners once a week.
Set in Melbourne, Australia in the present day, the world of Love and Luck is populated with many real life queer Melbourne people, events and places alongside its fictional characters
Jacq, a human woman on present-day Earth, and Geneva, an orc woman on a world called Chel, discuss the differences and similarities of their oddly interconnected universes.
Interference is a slowburn paranormal romance with adventure elements, featuring queer actors and characters. It tells the story of an interplanar glitch that brings two women together, and their struggle to keep it that way.
Sometimes the best magic is the kind you discover for yourself…
Pastamancy and Other Accidental Magics is an urban fantasy audio drama podcast about witches and finding community. Pastamancy follows Emil Gunnarsson, the youngest member of the Hagston family, as he returns home and Oliver Waite, an aspiring private eye, as he discovers what life is like in the historic magical community of Hagstone. Unfortunately, family obligation and scandal take over their lives when the annual call for Grimoire spell submissions begins and arguments about what qualifies as legitimate magic come to light. As things begin to unravel, Emil and Oliver become disenchanted with the idea of Hagstone and all the History that comes with it.
Podcast coming soon
Supernatural Sexuality with Dr Seabrooke is a fictional sex and romance advice radio show set in a world where monsters are real.
Monsters and humans alike call in to noted folklorist, sexologist and relationship therapist Dr Olivia Seabrooke for help in finding ways forward on the issues that spring up in relationships where people’s needs, cultures and bodies are radically different. It’s for people who want diverse relationships, real advice, and happy endings. The world can seem hard and hopeless, but on this show, there is always a way forward, even if it’s hard to see at first.
The Magpies is an actual play podcast using the Blades in the Dark roleplay system. It updates every other Tuesday at 10 a.m Central time. The four cast members live in four different states and three different time zones and record online.
After she accidentally ends up on a time-travelling train, scientist Nora must find a way to return home.
It is 2098. The Moonbase program, owned and operated by corporate enclaves back on Earth, has been determined unprofitable. The last base, Theta, is twenty weeks from being decommissioned. Most of the crew is in stasis awaiting retrieval. Five remain – Roger Bragado-Fischer, Nessa Cheong, Ashwini Ray, Michell L’Anglois, and Wilder.
In Season 1, Roger Bragado-Fischer, Communications, reported to management in a series of official weekly broadcasts. In Season 2, we experience the personal side of the same series of events through each character’s voices – their private journal entries, messages sent to one another and those they care for, so far away. And from that distance, we hear at least one voice in reply.
Join the crew of Moonbase Theta, as well as Roger’s husband Alex from back on Earth, as they reach out to share the beauty, the isolation and frustration, the love and enmity, the humour, and the tragedy, as they all count down to the operation’s end.
GHOSTPUNCHER CORPS is an actual-play Tabletop Roleplaying podcast set in the world of GHOSTPVNCHER, following the journey of three hunters, Petua (Amanda Killian), Elektra (Syd Tullius), and Mikey (Cassidy Kruk) working for Lucifer, hunting down entities escaped from Hell and ushering them back to the land of the dead.
Modern Fae is a new audio drama that centers around Diya Greenberg, a young woman who feels lost in her life, and makes the fateful decision to move to a tiny South Texan town to manage a bookstore. Little does she realize, but Encrucijada is much, much more than it seems. It is a haven for the legendary and mythological, the shadowy and supernatural. And it is in grave danger. Here, even the shadows have shadows, and something is stirring that threatens not only to consume the whole of this bastion of the fantastical, but the entire world. As she unravels the mysteries of Encrucijada, Diya learns to rely on new friends and allies. There’s Aoife, her landlady, will-they-won’t-they girlfriend, and oh, yeah, 1000 year old warrior, the changeling twins Tik and Tok, 700 year old preteens always looking for their next mark, and Clio, Isimud, and Mr. Enki, Diya’s eccentric co-workers at The Fount Bookstore. With them at her side, Diya confronts old and new evils, and in the process discovers who she truly can be.
Sidequesting is a scripted fiction podcast about avoiding the main plot and doing sidequests instead. It follows Rion, an adventurer who’s willing to help anyone out – as long as they’re not being asked to deal with the scary wizard that everyone keeps talking about.
Emperor Pigs is a full cast audio drama series created by Persephone Rose. It follows the adventures of a team of monsters working at a combination pizzeria and marijuana shop.
After her girlfriend is revealed to be an undercover cop, Alecto, the Boss of the vigilante group “The Furies”, is fighting to make sure her empire doesn’t crumble around her. The Furies recent troubles have put a target on their backs, and it’s up to Alecto and her trusted inner circle to ensure the gang’s empire survives. But in such a tense situation is there also room to love again?
The Fury is an upcoming queer fiction audio drama, set in a world that unfairly discriminates against people of color, the queer community, women, the poor, and the disabled. Like we said … fiction.
Podcast coming soon
High school’s tough enough without having to grapple with identity issues, a criminal past, or living in a whole new country. Add superpowers to the mix, and things are going to get weird this year at Phoenix Academy.
Unlabelled AP is an actual play podcast of Masks: A New Generation by Magpie Games focusing on gender identity, friendship, responsibility, and what it means to be a hero.
Magic Mics is a weekly Magic: The Gathering podcast focusing on the community, current events, and fun topics each and every week.
Arden is a scripted audio drama that’s both mystery and comedy. The 12 episode first season follows Bea Casely, a journalist, and Brenda Bentley, a detective, as they work together to solve the 10-year-old disappearance of starlet Julie Capsom.
Dig into the hidden history of television with Vox’s critic-at-large, Emily VanDerWerff. Each season, we explore the tragic, comedic, and occasionally world-changing stories that have marked a medium that’s dominated the global conversation for the last 75 years. First up: TV’s relationship with the presidency, featuring deep dives intoThe West Wing, 24, Veep, and more Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
Join our cast of intrepid sleuths as they navigate their way through the town of Marsh Haven solving crimes and making sure the good win out!
Animator at large Jess and visual culture scholar Annie cut apart your favorite films and talk about what makes them tick. Half comedy riff-fest romp, half morbid rumination, the Movie Morgue is your premier film autopsy podcast.
A personal narrative podcast about the real lives of LGBTQ people
One From the Vaults, a trans history podcast by Morgan M Page. We bring you all the dirt, gossip, and glamour from trans history!
On this pod, Michelle and Ashleigh discuss trans news, events, pop culture and what the trans is going on!
Janet Mock and your faves have conversations about work, love and life — like you’ve never heard before.
Transgeneral is a weekly podcast covering a range of topics with guest speakers from our community. Hosted by two trans women: Chelsey and Charlotte.
Art is Powerful, it can change your life, like it has for Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson, who shares not only Drawing and Painting Tips, but how Art can help Heal your life, and allow you to start Facing your Fears.
On March 20th, 2014, Ella McCray disappeared.There were six witnesses to her disappearance.Six conflicting accounts of what happened to her.Who is lying? Who is telling the truth? And what really happened to Ella?
A high-school student stumbles upon an ancient curse that grants immortality — but there’s a catch — every full moon she must kill someone — anyone! — or she’ll die.
Trapped on a deserted island, Kelsey finds a cell phone washed ashore — shrink wrapped & powerless — but is it a message?
Traveling across America you may see a hand-painted sign featuring one word. If you are lucky, you will continue on wondering if something that old can refer to a thing that still exists. Unfortunately it does. You are following a sign that reads “Zoo”
A team of xenoarchaeologists travel to distant worlds searching for traces of a now-vanished alien race. Each season brings a new site, new secrets and new dangers.