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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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Jan 16, 2018
It's Trending on Tagg. We start off by sharing our dating stories that didn't work out so well. From nose bleeds to wetting the bed, find out what happens next! Whether through intentional single parenthood, a coupled relationship, or a multiple person family structure, more queer individuals and families are choosing to access fertility services than ever before. This week the "Queer Fertility" article is trending on TaggMagazine.com. We discuss some of the informative facts and tips you should know. Click here to read the article.   Download this episode
Jan 9, 2018
We're Back!!! In our first episode of 2018, we recap what we were up to during our holiday break. Ashley announces the launch of her art and jewelry line Linderland. We also celebrate queer women being publicly in love with themselves and others. And, of course we have to talk about Michael Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury" and Senator Doug Jones' son's side-eye towards Mike Pence.   Download this episode
Nov 28, 2017
This week on Queer History we discuss the landmark LGBT rights Supreme Court case One Inc. vs. Olesen. One, Inc. v. Olesen 355 U.S. 371 (January 13, 1958) is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision for LGBT rights in the United States. It was the first U.S. Supreme Court ruling to deal with homosexuality and the first to address free speech rights with respect to the LGBTQ community.  
Nov 21, 2017
Chelsea kicks of the episode by asking "When you were a youngster what mistakes did you make when you were trying to find porn?" And, before we go on break for the holidays, we reflect on 2017 from relationships to career...and of course Tagg Nation. Bonus: We also discuss our podcat's (Squincy Jones) 2017 journey.      
Nov 14, 2017
What's trending on Tagg? This week we discuss the perks of being single (https://taggmagazine.com/single-perks/), but first we break the ice with stories about how we have become single in the past.   Download this episode
Nov 7, 2017
Jade and Chelsea discuss the wave of sexual harassment allegations coming out of Hollywood and other industries. We touch on Kevin Spacey and Anthony Rapp, as well as the victory for trans military service members.  
Oct 24, 2017
It's Queer History with Jade, Halloween edition. Our hosts open up with sharing their most memorable Halloween costumes of all time. Also, where would the world be without the LGBTQ community? That's especially a good question when it comes to Halloween. In the heart of San Francisco, Halloween adult parties, costume contests, and the biggest Halloween parade was all started by the LGBTQ community. That's only a little snippet. Jade has more.   Download this episode
Oct 17, 2017
We tackle a topic that is often not discussed within the LGBTQ community...intimate partner violence (IPV) and domestic abuse. Intimate partner violence  is domestic violence by a spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. It can include a current or former intimate partner, and can take a number of forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, economic, and sexual abuse. We speak with June Crenshaw and Amy Loudermilk. Both Crenshaw and Loudermilk are D.C. area advocates and work closely with Rainbow Response Coalition, an organization committed to educating and breaking the silence around LGBTQ intimate partner violence. They give us tools to recognize unhealthy and abusive relationships, as well debunking myths surrounding intimate partner violence. Download this episode   Show Notes and Resources: - "My Story of Domestic Abuse" by Amy Loundermilk - Visit Rainbow Response Coalition - Call or Visit the National Coalition for Domestic Violence
Oct 10, 2017
Before jumping into the article on "The Art of Apologizing," we discuss the Las Vegas shootings and the importance of gun control. Ashley, Chelsea, and Jade discuss their "security blankets" for this episode's ice breaker. Later we talk about relationships and the right way to apologize...or is there a right way? Content warning: We discuss the Las Vegas shooting, gun violence, and gun legislation. If you want to skip that discussion, go to 19:20 minutes.  

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  Show Notes: "The Art of Apologizing" by Stacey Williams-Zeiger and Dr. Robyn Zeiger
Oct 3, 2017
Pop Culture and Current Events: Jade asks "What art have you made that you are most proud of?" in this episode's ice breaker. We also jump into the hot topic of NFL Protests and race relations. And, how do you feel about the popular 8-year-old drag queen (Lactacia)? Is it a great form of expression or is it too much? Before we end the episode we dive in deep to rapper Mykki Blanco's "Biphobic Twitter Rant." Get into it!  
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