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Tagg Nation Podcast | Everything lesbian, queer, and under the rainbow

The podcast show that keeps you in the loop with lesbian and queer news, entertainment, and events. Your hosts discuss popular stories and articles, as well as hot topics, queer history, and more! Tagg Nation is the brainchild of Tagg Magazine, a publication for the queer women's community.
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Jul 12, 2018
"Advice For Moving Into Your Partner's Home" is the latest trending on Tagg article. There are few moments as big in a relationship than when you decide to live together as this will see your two worlds combine and you will be spending a lot more time together whilst sharing a lot of responsibilities. If you are moving into your partner’s current place (or vice versa) as they will already feel settled and it can feel like you are invading their personal space. This is quite a unique challenge to overcome. In this episode, Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade share their thoughts on the topic of moving in together. Oh...and we debate the hot topic question "Is a hot dog a sandwich?"  
Jul 5, 2018
We start our episode by asking "What reality show would your personality thrive in?" We also talk about Trump administration staffers getting thrown out of restaurants for being bigots. And, because she did not learn her lesson with playing a Japanese character in the movie "Ghost in the Shell," Scarlett Johansson is now taking on the role of a transgender man in an upcoming new movie. Ugh... But on a lighter note, two words: Tessa Thompson! Download this episode    
Jun 28, 2018
It's a celebration b*tches! We now have 100 episodes under our belt. We celebrate this episode with questions and comments from our listeners...that's you! From growing pains to supporting womxn to favorite episodes, we comment on them all. Thank you for continuing to join us every week. We truly love each and every one of you. Here's to another 100 episodes of Tagg Nation!   Download this episode    
Jun 21, 2018
Have you ever wanted to deep your toe into kink? Or want to learn more about the lifestyle? On this episode of The Gag, we sit down with Madame Tak, a graduated Mistress with a specialty in impact domination as well as sensation play. She has been in the lifestyle publicly for five years and enjoys teaching others her skills. We talk about the kink community, misconceptions, negotiations, and more! Madame Tak also brings some toys for us to enjoy! Make sure to go to our Instagram page to check out her toys.
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Jun 14, 2018
All month long Tagg Magazine's feature interview with Stephanie Beatriz has been trending on Tagg...and we're not surprised. Beatriz came out publicly in July 2016 on Twitter, responding “Yup.” to a tweet quoting an Aubrey Plaza interview with The Advocate in which Plaza stated, “I fall in love with girls and guys. I can’t help it.” When Rosa followed suit the next year, Beatriz decided to attend ClexaCon, a convention celebrating LGBTQ women in media.  The actress chose a busy schedule at the convention, participating in three panels: Bisexual Representation in the Media, LGBTQ Actresses, and Queer Women of Color Representation in the Media. We get into all things Stephanie Beatriz!!! Download this episode   You can read the full interview here: https://taggmagazine.com/stephanie-beatriz/    
Jun 7, 2018
It's our first episode of pride month! And, don't forget, we now come OUT every Thursday. In this episode, Chelsea asks "If you could have any type of booth at Pride what would it be?" We also talk about Hayley Kiyoko and Kehlani's new song and music video "What I Need" and it might just be what we need. In other news this week, SCOTUS ruled in favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop after the owner refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Trash! On a lighter note, Las Vegas might have just released the best lesbian film of the year!    
May 29, 2018
We're back with a special extended version of our gayboorhoods series. Jade speaks with long-time Seattle resident and LGBTQ activist William Borden. Though Borden is now currently living in Spain, his footprints have never left the Seattle gayboorhood. He talks to Jade about growing up with a liberal family, being raised by the community, and celebrating LGBTQ Seattle.  
May 22, 2018
We are back with our gayborhood series. Jade gives you loads of LGBTQ Seattle information from the early 1900s to the present. What or who is Ms. Nancy? Was there a bar really called Madam Peabody's Dancing Academy for Young Ladies? How did black and white gay men connect? How did LGBTQ people find gay businesses? How is Double Header historic? Tagg Nation has answers to these questions and more on our latest gayboorhood city...Seattle!  
May 15, 2018
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. On this episode of the Gag we speak with Shane'a Thomas, a therapist and licensed clinical social worker. Shane'a currently does intensive office- and home-based therapy work specializing in the area of life transitions, bereavement, depression, women’s issues, and various gender/sexual/alternative lifestyle identities. She is proudly living her dream as college professor, teaching for the University of Southern California's School of Social Work's Virtual Academic Center (VAC), shaping people not only as competent social workers but as self-aware humans who are committed to the community. In addition to her commitment in social work, Shane'a also runs a Lunchtime Support Group for Young Queer Women Surviving Trauma. This group is designed specifically for self-identified queer women and those that navigate the world as such, ages 18-24, who have experienced or witnessed a crime. Tune in as Shane'a talks about mental health, especially mental health in the LGBTQ community.
May 8, 2018
It's the second week of the month, which means it's Trending on Tagg. We kickoff the episode catching up on Janelle Monáe and her "coming out" as pansexual in a Rolling Stone interview. She is quoted as saying, "Being a queer black woman in America, someone who has been in relationships with both men and women—I consider myself to be a free-ass motherfucker." Also, we talk about the article "If You Want Me, You Want My Dog - We're a Package Deal." Visit us on our Facebook page and let us know if you agree. Though Eboné Bell is mentioned as the author, it should be noted the article is by Maggie Hammond.    
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