Sexy, silly, multi-award-winning LGBTQ podcast returns for 4th series
PRESS RELEASE — September 26, 2018 · 1.3 minutes to read
Probably True, the sex-positive queer storytelling series returns to iTunes, Spotify and all good Podcast apps for another run of filthy and thought-provoking fun.
“A triumphant return” – The Guardian
“Unapologetically filthy” – QX Magazine
“The Taylor Swift of Podcasts” – Some tart on Grindr
Released every Monday morning, the coming episodes will cover subjects including sex toys, queer family, good Grindr etiquette, bad kissers and navigating a dry spell, amongst plenty of embarrassing moments and relatable laughs.
Sticking to the mantra “Hopefully interesting, occasionally funny, Probably True”, each episode is a smutty-but-charming collection of personal adventures; much like its author.
Or, to put it another way, Probably True is a collection of stories about queer life and even queer-er sex.
Winner of two Best Entertainment Podcast awards at the British Podcast Awards and nominated for Best LGBT Podcast in the international People’s Choice Podcast Awards, Probably True is a series of 5-10-minute episodes that all tell funny, touching and occasionally gross stories from the life of the host, Scott Flashheart.
"The whole idea for this series was to talk openly and honestly about things that we might not normally, for fear of being judged. I use these podcasts to talk about these things openly, non-judgementally, and (hopefully) entertainingly, to foster larger conversations within the community.
I don’t have all the answers, but the point is more to start a conversation and let people know that these issues aren’t something they have to deal with alone. If I can do it in a way that makes people laugh, then even better.” – Scott Flashheart
To listen, search “Probably True Podcast” on iTunes, Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts.
All previous episodes, including full transcripts, can be found at ProbablyTruePodcast.com
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