• Building Healthy Queer Relationships with Eden and Jay

    Today we're joined by one of our favourite queer couples on the internet—Eden and Jay! With 560K+ followers across TikTok and Instagram, Eden and Jay have built a powerful and supportive community around nurturing healthy relationships and celebrating queer love. We ask them everything: from how to deal with conflict to the moment they knew they wanted to marry each other. Biggg gratitude to Eden and Jay for being so open and genuine. We hope y'all love this conversation as much as we did!

    Follow Eden and Jay on TikTok and Instagram.

    Listen to their podcast: EdenxJay Unfiltered.

    Subscribe to their YouTube channel (and check out their recent Mexico wedding recap! đź’Ť)

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    1h 24m - Sep 25, 2023
  • Tops, Bottoms, and Verses: A Complete Guide

    Top, bottom, and vers—3 terms you hear all the time in the queer community. But what exactly do they mean? Can you be a mix of two or all three? Do you *need* to know which one you identify with? Do they only refer to sex or other parts of the relationship? And what can straight people learn from it all? On this episode, we dive into all these questions and learn a little about ourselves along the way.

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    1h 10m - Aug 10, 2023
  • Queer Love Around the World with Kirstie & Christine from On Airplane Mode

    BRB planning our next trip. Kirstie and Christine, AKA On Airplane Mode, join us this week to talk all things queer travel and content creation. As a couple, these two travel full-time all over the world. Seriously—that's their job.

    Through beautiful and relatable content, they share their love story while helping other queer couples travel safely and find community in new destinations. We score all their best travel tips, plus their personal experiences with coming out, navigating family acceptance, finding each other, and growing a following online.

    We absolutely fell in love with these two and we know you will too. Planning a trip with your SO? Follow them + reach out to make sure you can be as safe as possible.

    Follow On Airplane Mode on Instagram and TikTok.

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    1h 19m - Jul 19, 2023
  • Not Giving a F*ck with Gay Italian Nonna

    This week, Gay Italian Nonna (aka Monica) graces us with her IDGAF energy. And we could not be more grateful.

    As a daughter of Catholic Italian immigrants, coming out (or even *moving* out) felt like a huge act of rebellion for Monica. She tells us about navigating her years in the closet, finally coming into her own, and finding confidence in her sexuality and herself. Plus, how a fight with her neighbour turned into a TikTok following of 80K+.

    Follow Gay Italian Nonna on TikTok and IG for fashion, humour, queer advocacy, and thirst traps.

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    S4 - 1h 18m - Jul 7, 2023
  • Deep Chats with Tiff Der from Netflix's The Ultimatum: Queer Love

    OK The Ultimatum: Queer Love fans—this one's for you. The incredibly smart and fun Tiff Der is here to answer ALL our burning questions, including the behind the scenes tea we didn't even know we needed.

    We ask Tiff all the things: Were they nervous Mildred would fall in love with someone else? How did they really feel about Sam? Which cast members had a secret connection that never made it to the final cut? And as one of the first all-queer reality seasons in Netflix's history, how did the producers handle everything?

    Tiff also gets candid with us about their experience with trauma, DV, and how they hope to help other queer people navigating the same issues. We could not be more grateful for Tiff's honesty and vulnerability. What a true gem—on and off screen.

    Whatever your feelings are about The Ultimatum: Queer Love, this season was a major step forward for queer representation in main stream media, especially reality TV. And we can't wait to see what's next.

    Follow Tiff on Instagram and TikTok.

    Find links to Tiff's podcast, DV survivor workshops, videos, and other offers here.

    Watch Tiff's Side of the Story: Post-Reunion Video Recap here.

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    1h 36m - Jun 16, 2023
  • "Don't Tell My Parents": A Queer Poetry Reading with Alyy Patel

    Alyy Patel is back! This time to grace us with a live poetry reading from their new book, "Don't Tell My Parents: Queer Diasporic Truths". Alyy is a trailblazing LGBTQ+ scholar, activist, and creative and founder of the Queer South Asian Women's Network (QSAW). With the release of their first book of poems, you can add author to the list.

    "Don't Tell My Parents" is an unflinchingly honest collection of poetry that follows the author's journey to self-love and self-acceptance as a queer South Asian daughter of Canadian immigrants who reject her sexuality. On this episode, Alyy reads a few of their favourite poems from the book, exploring the key themes of family rejection, lesbian relationships, emotional abuse, and discovering self-love.

    Get your copy of Alyy's book here.

    Follow Alyy on Instagram and TikTok.

    Learn more about Alyy's work here.

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    S4E82 - 34m - May 29, 2023
  • Pers Has a Girlfriend!!! (and Sar is back)

    We're kicking off a new season with SO. MANY. UPDATES! Sar is back from her trek through South Asia and Pers got herself a cat—and a girlfriend. Join us for this ultimate catch-up, where we explore P's first serious relationship with a woman, how they met, what she learned from her single life, and what she's looking forward to in the future. For anyone who has been listening to the show for a while, you know how big of a deal this is. Let's gossip, Girl on Girlies.

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    S4E81 - 56m - May 15, 2023
  • 'Discovering My Pansexuality' featuring P's BFF

    On today's episode, P sits down with her best friend of 21 years (WILD) Cailin Campbell to have the most vulnerable conversation. The two best friends talk about their childhood, growing up in a small town, and how they both navigated their sexuality as teens. Cailin openly identifies as pansexual and has been in a straight passing relationship with her boyfriend for nearly a decade. She dives into how she has struggled to fit in with the LGBTQIA+ community over the years since she got into a relationship at such a young age. However, Cailin has been able to grow and overcome those internal thoughts and is so grateful that she can be open with her partner about her pansexuality. This conversation is a must-listen for anyone who identifies as queer but is in a happy and committed heterosexual relationship. Cailin says it many times throughout this episode but she wants everyone to know that your partner does not define your sexuality. If you want to send Cailin a message or keep up with her, you can follow this lil gemini babe below @cailincamps on Instagram.

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    S3E80 - 1h 22m - Mar 30, 2023
  • A Heart-to-Heart Chat with Lauren "KITTENS" Abedini: Lesbian DJ, Producer, Podcast Host

    YA'LL this episode is a special one. P talks to the one and only Lauren Abedini aka @iamkittens. KITTENS is a Persian lesbian DJ based out of Los Angeles. She sits down with P to talk about her experience coming out as a first-generation Iranian American, the first moment she realized she was into women, and how she kickstarted her career as a DJ in a male dominated industry. Her unique DJ sets and eclectic music taste had gained the interest of iconic artists like Kid Cudi, Usher, Skrillex, and A-Trak. Throughout her journey, she's had the opportunity to DJ at some of the world's largest stages like Coachella, EDC, and residencies in Vegas. Lastly, KITTENS talks about how important queer representation is in the media and how a queer playlist she started is what lead to the creation of SHE/HER/THEY, a podcast highlighting queer guests and their stories. Check out the links below to follow KITTENS and keep up with the latest podcast episodes for SHE/HER/THEY.





    Alison Brie and Dave Franco ICYMI

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    S3E79 - 55m - Mar 6, 2023
  • My Sister Didn't Know I Was Gay

    Today, P brings on her sister and other half Marshneill to talk about allll the things. In this episode, you’ll get to hear M’s perspective on what it was like growing up in an Indian household while P was navigating her sexuality, their 8 year age gap and its impact on their relationship, how M had ZERO clue P was gay growing up and if she would have been able to pick up on more signs if there was more queer media representation, and her advice for new parents on how they can educate their children on the LGBTQ+ community.

    *Spoiler* M is a new parent to baby Celle and a wants to ensure he grows up in a very open and progressive environment. Also, this lil babe has the key to Italy but we will save that story for another pod episode.

    We really hope you enjoy this vulnerable conversation between M & P and have the chance to learn more about their relationship as sisters and their family dynamic.

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    S3E78 - 1h 13m - Feb 22, 2023
  • Answering Listener Qs: Not Over My Ex, Teens & Queerness, Why LGBTQIA+ Representation Matters

    While S is living it up in Thailand, P is riding solo to answer some listener Qs and maybe gush about Hello Fresh a lil (we promise this is not sponsored). In this episode, P gets real about not being fully over someone from her past and how she handles the unresolved feelings, how she felt growing up as a teenager with very minimal queer representation, what this generation of teens can do to find support, and why representation matters. Having LGBTQIA+ representation in books, tv shows, movies and any type of media you can consume is CRUCIAL. Let's never stop speaking out about this. Enjoy this candid episode!

    PS: Miss you S.

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    S3E77 - 25m - Feb 7, 2023
  • From Actor to Director: A Conversation with Queer Creator Alexa Rose Vitale

    On this week’s episode, we had the most inspiring conversation with Alexa Rose Vitale. Alexa is a queer actor/director/total boss. She started her career as a model and actor in Punjabi music videos. Soon she was writing and directing her own work, including a queer TV pilot about two girls navigating their sexuality in Vancouver.

    Alexa tells us about the complex and frustrating process of shopping a pilot about queer characters—as a queer, feminine creator in a cis-male dominated industry. She navigated through so much pushback, ultimately reclaiming control of her work and standing up for her creative vision.

    We're SO grateful to Alexa for this eye-opening conversation. Keep up with Alexa HERE and check out her not-for-profit clothing line Rosebud Apparel. With a firm belief in equitable access to the arts, Rosebud's mission is to provide funds for youth in the arts across Canada. Don't forget to subscribe so you can find out when the first collection drops!

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    S3E76 - 58m - Jan 24, 2023
  • Being a South Asian Transgender Man with Ayaan Dalal


    On the very first episode of P's solo journey, we'd like you to meet our very good friend Ayaan Dalal. Ayaan is a Toronto-based South Asian Transgender man and the Director of Operations at The Queer South Asian Women's Network. P sits down with Ayaan to discuss his upbringing in an Indian household while navigating his identity and sexuality, his upcoming medical surgery, the lack of trans representation in the media, his TikTok series Brown Boy Beauty, and how we can all better support the trans community. 🏳️‍⚧️

    We hope you enjoy this beautiful and honest conversation with Ayaan. Don't forget to drop a lil rating and review to give us your thoughts on the episode! It would help your girls out a ton.

    Want to keep up with Ayaan? Check out these links below. ️



    QSAW Network

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    S3E75 - 54m - Jan 10, 2023
  • How to Survive Cuffing Season

    It's our last episode of 2022 and your girls are in their feels. Let's talk about cuffing season: what it is, the pressure you might feel during it, and how to find your cuff (if you're looking for one). Plus, our thoughts on 2022 and a special announcement that will cause a *slight* change to the format of the podcast. But don't worry—it's only until next summer. Happy holidays and an even happier new year to our amazing, beautiful, brilliant, passionate, soul-searching listeners. Here's to another year of conversation, allyship, and queer joy. Love, S & P.

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    S3E74 - 1h 5m - Dec 26, 2022
  • This Is What Asexual Looks Like with Yasmin Benoit

    All your questions about asexuality: answered. We sat down with Yasmin Benoit, British model and award-winning ace activist, to talk about her experience identifying as asexual and aromantic. She tells us all about the very real challenges asexual people face and how starting UK's first asexual rights initiative is her way of creating change—in legislation and in how asexuality is perceived by the world. We absolutely loved this conversation with Yasmin and we're so grateful for her honesty and perspective.

    Follow Yasmin here.

    Find links to all her work here.

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    S3E73 - 53m - Dec 12, 2022
  • Why We Need Queer Events with Jessica Figueroa from QueerGxrl

    Queer events are crucial for the community—now more than ever. So what does it take to cultivate strong, supportive, and safe queer spaces? We asked Jessica Figueroa, aka Fig, from QueerGxrl.

    QueerGxrl is a premier events company for the next generation of queer womxn. Based in San Diego with plans to expand, QueerGxrl has amassed over 100K followers online and hosts regular parties for hundreds of people.

    We sat down with Fig to ask how they did it. From filling a major gap for queer women to building a community where everyone feels included, Fig explains why the work that QueerGxrl does is so important. She also shares her personal story, from being a closeted college athlete to becoming the face of a successful queer events company.

    Follow QueerGxrl on IG and TikTok

    Follow Jess Fig

    Read QueerGxrl's feature in Forbes

    Read more about QueerGxrl on SDVoyager

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    S3E72 - 1h 8m - Nov 28, 2022
  • What Even IS Beauty? And Why Are We So Obsessed With It?

    Beauty is a complex thing. It has a million definitions and means something different to everyone. But one thing's for sure: our society is obsessed with it. On this episode we explore why.

    What even IS beauty? Is it subjective or objective (or both)? Do stereotypically "attractive" people succeed more? Why does beauty take up so much mental space, especially for women? How can we put less emphasis on how we look, while still celebrating our own inherent beauty?

    While we can't definitively answer these Qs, talking about them feels vulnerable and cathartic. We hope you feel the same listening. And in case anyone hasn't told you today—you're really, really beautiful.

    Links from this episode:

    Forbes: The Role Beauty Plays in Success At Work

    New York Times: Why Is Beauty Important to Us?

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    S3E71 - 1h 30m - Nov 14, 2022
  • I thought I was straight until I was 27: An Interview with Sar's BFF

    On this VERY special episode, we sit down with one of Sarah's best friends to talk about her experience dating a woman for the first time at 27. Anne had always dated men until she met Katie, her now partner (and roomie). In this vulnerable convo, Anne explains her relationship with sexuality, how Katie completely surprised her, and how she feels about labelling herself. Then Katie joins in to tell us about meeting Anne for the first time, making her move (aka MOVES plural lol), and her experience as a gay woman being someone's first girlfriend.

    We truly can't thank Anne and Katie enough for having this conversation with us. This is a story about what happens when you stay open to love and follow your intuition. As Anne says in the episode: Love can never be wrong.

    Links from this episode's ICYMI:

    Keara Graves x Yasmin Benoit interview on asexuality

    GayTimes article by Monty Benning

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    1h 31m - Oct 31, 2022
  • Is TikTok's Lesbian Breakup Curse Real?

    WTF is the lesbian breakup curse? How did it start? WHO allegedly started it? And why are lesbian breakups notoriously heart-wrenching? On this episode, P teaches S all about this new conspiracy. We explore why lesbian couples on social media have such a loyal, dedicated following. Plus, why the curse—although upsetting—is also relatable, realistic, and relevant.

    Link to The Cut article we reference, written by Emma Turetsky.

    Resources to support the women of Iran right now:

    How to Help Protesters in Iran (TIME Magazine)

    How to Help Iran Protests (including Iranian activists to follow for more resources)

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    S3E69 - 53m - Oct 17, 2022
  • SAR GOES SOLO: Top 4 Qs People Ask Me as a Straight Girl Co-Hosting a Gay Podcast

    It's a Girl On Girl FIRST. While Pers is off on a well-deserved European adventure, Sarah takes the mic solo. Apologies in advance, friends.

    In this episode, she talks about the top 4 questions she gets as a straight girl co-hosting a gay podcast. What she's learned, what she's had to UNlearn, and the age old question: is she SURE she's not gay?

    Plus, her top tips for how to start your own podcast! Featuring an *INSANE* deal from our friends at CoHost: our un-freaking-believable podcast hosting platform. CoHost has everything your podcast needs in one spot, including analytics, SEO boosters, and one-click marketing tools.

    Guys—they aren't paying us a cent to say this. We just love them lol. And they've graciously agreed to offer all Girl On Girl listeners access to the entire CoHost platform for only $20/month for their first year! The regular price per month is $59 soooo...ya lol.

    Go to cohostpodcasting.com and use code GIRLONGIRL to set up your account and get started. Can't wait to listen to your podcasts someday soon. 🥰

    Psst. Pers will be back for our next episode. Promise.

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    S3E68 - 32m - Oct 4, 2022
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