Jeffrey Masters is the host of the popular LGBTQ&A podcast, a weekly interview series that "gets beyond transition and coming-out stories in order to get to know each person's defining moments, their accomplishments, and how they got to where they are today." Recently, LGBTQ&A joined The Advocate's Podcasting Network, so Advocates podcast hosts Jessie "Gender" Earl and Tracy E. Gilchrist sat down with Masters to get to know the man behind the interviews.
Masters, Gilchrist, and Earl discuss how we move beyond just talking about oppression, how to land a good guest, and what makes a good interview. Masters and Gilchrist also share their experiences riding and raising money with AIDS/LifeCycle. The three also tackle topical issues including Sarah Huckabee Sanders getting turned away from a restaurant in Virginia. Check out the full episode below.
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