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How do you learn a new language? You start with the alphabet! The ABCD of it all. Two blokes - Farhad Karkaria and Sunetro Lahiri will do exactly that, trying to learn, unravel, uncover and discover a little more about being queer in today's day and age. What's in store? Some laughter, flubs and hearty moments. Tune in to discover the dictionary of all things in life from a queer perspective on GayBCD! New episodes out every Tuesday, starting 24th September.
 
Tali Farhadian Weinstein is a candidate to become the next District Attorney of Manhattan. She believes in building a criminal justice system driven by empathy, humility, and accountability. But how? She’ll start by listening.On Hearing, Tali - a veteran of the Obama Justice Department and former General Counsel to the Brooklyn District Attorney - hosts expansive, thoughtful conversations with policy experts, journalists, and community members. Her guests come from a wide range of background ...
 
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To err is human and there is no escape to awkward and oops moments. Tune in to this episode where Farhad & Sunetro talk about things that went wrong, things that could go wrong, when you and your partner get cozy. You can follow Farhad on his Instagram handle: @theqr8r You can follow Sunetro on his Instagram handle: @glitterbugged You can listen to…
 
We often talk about representation and pop culture. One major contribution that works behind the scenes here is that of the casting department. Them deciding to look for queer actors, actually considering them for the role, training them and respectfully treating them throughout the process. In India, casting has been known in a not so good light b…
 
We all have our vices in life. Some give us comfort, some give pleasure, and some are a result of influence. Tune in to listen to hosts Farhad & Sunetro discuss some of their sex based addictions. You can follow Farhad on his Instagram handle: @theqr8r You can follow Sunetro on his Instagram handle: @glitterbugged You can listen to this show and ot…
 
One of the main reasons why we get through most things in life is our little circle of friends and well-wishers, and therapists. Some, whom we talk to every day, some who check on us occasionally, and some whom we might not speak to regularly but when we do, it is like we have been together forever. They empower us, accept us the way we are, let us…
 
It is said that art comforts the disturbed and disturbs the comfortable. And we are so used to seeing photoshopped faces and bodies, and that has disturbed the idea of perfect for us so we feel uncomfortable in our own skin, always chasing that prescribed idea of perfect. In order to bust this myth and take a step towards empowerment via photograph…
 
Reel life is inspired by real life. But then why is there so much discrepancy in queer representation? Butch female characters for lesbians, effeminate male characters for gays- how inaccurate is that! And why are they given stories that revolve around their 'queerness' and not around the person they are or their other traits? And why almost always…
 
In this episode, Farhad & Sunetro discuss the new normal in Queer relationships and their life in general with Suresh Ramdas. They talk about the fight against Article 377, the struggle to legalize marriages within the community, finding a house to live in with a partner and not have landlords or neighbors get judgemental, pressures and repercussio…
 
Hola! It's that time of the year when companies share rainbow-themed social media posts, merchandise, and newsletters because it's Pride Month! But for us, it is that time of the year when we accept ourselves and hug our identity all the more and feel proud about it. It is that time of the year when people of the community come together in solidari…
 
The dictionary meaning of Homophobia is the dislike of or prejudice against gay people. But here, the buck doesn't stop there. It is discrimination, hatred, lack of empathy, a third-grade treatment, and not accepting them as belonging to the same species. In a time and age where the good and the bad are called out and highlighted, it takes the form…
 
It's our 75th Episode and big hug to everyone who has been with us so far. We hope you'll continue listening to and cheering for us. Dating, something we have spoken about before, and yet there are so many dimensions to it, obviously- it's the apparent pursuit of love and that can never be easy. Sitting at home, the only and best access we can have…
 
Our hosts are back with another very relatable topic. And so, so relevant in the present times. Commitment- the act of belonging to someone completely, and the issues that come with it. Some are scared to commit, some want to explore and not be with one person. Some might not be scared to commit but an uncertain future might be a deterrent. Committ…
 
It's a fun episode today with Farhad & Sunetro talking about RuPaul's Drag Race- a reality show spanning 13 seasons, searching for the next drag superstar. They share their favourite moments and contestants from the show. RuPaul's Drag Race has been nominated for thirty-nine Emmy Awards and won nineteen. It has also been nominated for nine Reality …
 
When Money is not being converted into dresses or food, it is chilling in the bank account. And just like humans, money doing nothing will make it dormant. So we have ways to make the money work for ourselves- via investments, insurances, funds, bonds, and whatnot. Now, our hosts aren't experts on the subject matter but they do have an important un…
 
These days, we are out of answers for 'How are you?' or 'How's it going? Making new connections IRL or on social media is backed by a major factor of loneliness. While it is good that people are there for each other, but don't we often run out of topics to talk about that go beyond discussing 'the new normal' or the apathy of the government or shar…
 
Superhero fans unite! This week Farhad and Sunetro talk all about superheroes- queer or otherwise. They revisit their (and our) childhood and their favourite cartoon superheroes, talk about the ones on the big screen and discuss them from a non-binary perspective. On tick talk, they speak about the controversy around Lil Nas' music video. On Small …
 
This week our boys invoke their inner 'Monica Geller' as they dive into the discussion around cleanliness and hygiene. Whether it's a conference or a date, a person or a pet, maintaining basic hygiene is imperative. Listen up as Farhad and Sunetro discuss their personal experiences, good and bad; draw the line between finicky obsessions, OCDs and b…
 
This is a rebroadcast episode. 'I' is an important word today, more than ever, while we all struggle with a sense of self under the lockdown. This week, Sunetro and Farhad talk about Self Care and its vital importance today, tomorrow and forever in keeping oneself feeling valued and uplifted. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r …
 
For our season finale, Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum tells Tali about her lifelong commitment to justice through non-violent protest, and bringing the lessons of the AIDS crisis to our city's post-pandemic healing process. This podcast is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.…
 
Farhad has been a cat parent for almost 5 years and Sunetro recently embraced parenthood by adopting a puppy, and he has been on cloud nine ever since! So this week they decided to talk about their respective babies and about pets in general. How they add so much value to life, their adorable and annoying habits, working from home with them lurking…
 
For decades, attorney Robbie Kaplan has been at the center of legal battles around issues like white supremacy, marriage equality, sexual assault, and domestic violence. This week, she joins Tali for an expansive discussion about the capacity of the law to help push the cultural conversation forward. This podcast is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali…
 
In this episode, Farhad & Sunetro discuss the slow decay of the top-bottom dichotomy. In an age where gender and sex as constructs are being questioned, breaking this binary is something they ponder about. While these terms may be elements of self-identity, is it may be time to either broaden this spectrum or abolish this altogether? Tune in to fin…
 
In 2018, Tanya Selvaratnam was one of four women to accuse former New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of assault and abuse, prompting his abrupt resignation. This week, Tanya talks to Tali about her new memoir, Assume Nothing, which addresses complex questions about truth, accountability, and the shortcomings of the criminal justice s…
 
Being queer, a lot of energy is spent giving explanations for the most basic things, often to the point of having to justify existence. Nope, we’re not being dramatic here (gasp)! If you live in India today, you’d know! After a little sabbatical, our hosts Farhad & Sunetro are back. On this episode, they talk about the pains of being queer… right f…
 
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand joins Tali for a frank discussion of the perils and opportunities of female leadership - and why she believes the opportunity for women to galvanize progress on big policy initiatives has never been brighter. This podcast is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please vis…
 
Almost thirty years ago, Barry Scheck and his colleagues at the Innocence Project ushered in a new era of criminal justice reform with their pioneering work in DNA analysis. This week, Barry sits down with Tali to discuss his latest vision for using science to increase public safety: bringing big data to police reform. This podcast is paid for by N…
 
Can a person have just one best friend? Does the concept of best friends stay relevant as we grow older? Also, don't we all know of that girl who has a gay best friend that she is super comfortable with and people are slightly jealous of her- ever wondered how that best friend feels? Farhad and Sunetro talk about all this and much more before going…
 
In this episode, our hosts Farhad & Sunetro have a healthy conversation about workouts, diets, lifestyle and organic products. They talk about health in general, in the pandemic and for the queer fam. You can follow Farhad on his Instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr8r/?hl=en) You can follow Sunetro on his Instagram handle: @g…
 
Former US Attorney General Eric Holder joins Tali for a candid conversation about being a pugnacious kid in New York City, the fight for a truly representative democracy, and what it's like to feel "unplugged." This podcast is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.com. …
 
It's time for another yearly binge report of all things Farhad and Sunetro have consumed in this godforsaken year. From the best films to everything pop culture related here's tons of things they discovered, loved and hated in 2020. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr8r/?hl=en) You can follow Sun…
 
Emoji: 🤔 Have you ever thought how different life would be if we were straight? Would we be a drastically opposed version of us? Or would we, at the core, still be the same? This week Sunetro and Farhad get a little existential with this question and go on a roller coaster of what ifs! You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https:…
 
Let’s end the year on a hopeful note, shall we? More than anything, this year has taught us the importance of looking forward and keeping hope alive. This week, Sunetro and Farhad manifest 2021 and what it can bring along with it in the last episode of the year! You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theq…
 
Siblings, especially if not queer, can play an important role in the lives of queer folks. Sometimes proxy parents, sometimes proxy confidantes and sometimes proxy objectors even. Is there a guidebook to make it work with your sibling? This week Sunetro and Farhad try to find out! You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www…
 
In the finale of our first season, Tali talks to Congressman-elect Ritchie Torres and civil rights leader Ben Jealous about gleaning wisdom from our personal histories and leading with hope. Plus: surprise musical guests! Hearing will return for Season 2 on January 21st, 2021. This podcast is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Ta…
 
When it comes to queer folks and stereotypes, is it a case of no smoke without fire? In a light-hearted episode, Sunetro and Farhad toot, boot and shoot the most oft-used stereotypes within the community and investigate if there’s actually some truth to their basis. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/…
 
Fatima Shama, the Executive Director of the Fresh Air Fund, joins Tali for an urgent conversation about how to keep kids safe and help them thrive - both in the midst of the pandemic and beyond. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.com. Learn more about yo…
 
Who pays for the bill on a date? How bad is it to ghost someone? Is there a polite way to ask your new fag hag to calm down? Join Sunetro and Farhad this week as they discuss the unspoken etiquettes and manners of being gay. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr8r/?hl=en) You can follow Sunetro on …
 
An already-festering domestic violence epidemic has worsened in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, Tali talks to Kavita Mehra (Sakhi for South Asian Women) and Margarita Guzman (Violence Intervention Program), both leaders of culturally-specific organizations dedicated to supporting survivors. They join Tali for an in-depth discussion a…
 
Why do we fear any kind of reset in our lives? What does it take for the positives of starting over to overcome this very fear? This week, Sunetro and Farhad talk about how starting over in any sphere of life, be it love, friendships, jobs, geographies etc, can be painful, necessary and often times the start of happiness. You can follow Farhad on h…
 
In the midst of a raging pandemic, has singlehood and personal space taken on a new meaning? Have we entered a new era where company and companionship is craved more than ever? This week, Sunetro and Farhad talk about the post-pandemic definition of singlehood. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr…
 
Jackie Rowe-Adams (Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E.) tells Tali the story of her family's tragic experiences with gun violence, and explains how Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. envisions the community's collaboration with NYPD to end the epidemic of shootings in our city. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhatt…
 
How does one, in a world pervaded by the digital experience, exclude and remove oneself from being a victim to online hate? How does one even begin to not let it control their lives, perceptions, mental health et al? This week, Sunetro and Farhad talk about the power and pitfalls of unchecked expression that social media allows. You can follow Farh…
 
Inspired by a conversation about sentencing reform with Pulitzer Prize-winner James Forman, Jr., Tali talks to Tikia Mosley, whose father served 25 years in prison for committing three small robberies. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.com. Learn more a…
 
What’s celebration looking like this year? Grim and subdued? Or a shifting sign of new beginnings? On this week’s episode, Sunetro and Farhad discuss how they plan to bring in the festive cheer the queer way with a heartfelt message for all the fans out there. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr8…
 
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, the Senior Rabbi of Manhattan's Central Synagogue, joins Tali for a conversation about the points of intersection around faith, personal identity, and the fight for racial justice in all communities. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://talifo…
 
Where does the act of checking one’s privilege tip from necessary self awareness to self flagellation? This week, Sunetro and Farhad try and uncover the idea of privilege in its various forms and the power and problematics of that term. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle: @theqr8r (https://www.instagram.com/theqr8r/?hl=en) You can follow…
 
Senator Cory Booker sits down with Tali for a conversation about moments that shape our morals and mold our approach to justice - for better or for worse. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodca…
 
Want to hear Sunetro and Farhad duke it out on a topic? Here’s your chance to hear multiple perspectives on what being attracted to straight individuals feels like. Is there a rough power dynamic in the works always? Is it denigrating to the cause of the queer movement? Find out on this week’s episode. You can follow Farhad on his instagram handle:…
 
Tali welcomes Neal Katyal (who's argued more than 40 cases before the Supreme Court) for a conversation about the powerful legacies of Justices Ginsburg, O'Connor, Kagan, and Sotomayor. With Judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination currently under consideration by the Senate, Tali also presses Neal about the essential qualities of a Supreme Court Justi…
 
In the increasingly judgemental world of online dating, especially in the queer sphere, can we ever really be free of the impossible standards we expect people to adhere to? This week, Sunetro and Farhad unravel the idea of how important the concept of looks becomes in the process of choosing people we want to spend time with and how we can still h…
 
Malcolm Gladwell and Tali have been friends for decades - but there's an important story about her family's history that she's never shared with him. This show is paid for by New Yorkers for Tali. To learn more about Tali's campaign for Manhattan DA, please visit http://taliforda.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnet…
 
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