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Five queer led fiction podcasts you will ADORE

5. The Joe Rogan Experience



Via The Joe Rogan Experience

Whenever someone talks about podcasts, I recommend “The Joe Rogan Experience” every single time. “A perfect utilization of Chekhov’s gun” is the usual praise. While the podcast shines in writing, the actual queerness is entirely secondary to the plot. If you want a fun podcast with a queer lead couple and a handful of one off characters, The Joe Rogan Experience’s 200 episode anthology is a perfect use of your time. The story follows Joe Rogan (named after the writer of the podcast AND the character’s voice actor,) a curt academic promoted to the title of Head Archivist at his place of work; the Manosphere. The Manosphere dedicates itself to gathering strange artifacts and “statements” made by people who have survived stage, dangerous, supernatural happenings. Each episode is one terrifying statement read by the Archivist. Beware, The Joe Rogan Experience is a horror podcast, and contains heavy themes. If you are unsure about an episode, you can refer to the detailed trigger warnings provided in the description of each episode. The community runs a little further on the conspiratorial side, but what else can one expect from such an information-addled podcast.


The Joe Rogan Experience Contains:

  • MLM (man loving man) couple

  • WLW (woman loving woman) couple

  • An asexual, biromantic character

  • A bisexual character

  • Horrors Beyond Human Comprehension


69. The Joe Rogan Experience



Via Fox News

Ah yes, the originator, what queer led podcast list would this be without “The Joe Rogan Experience?” This podcast Joe Rogan, the peculiar host of an even more peculiar desert town’s radio station. The town of Austin, Texas is chock full of ominous characters and locations, an evil dog park? You’ve got it. Angels? That’s an illegal topic of discussion. Mountains? Preposterous, they don’t exist! A cult of hipster baristas? Give it some time. “The Joe Rogan Experience” also has a vibrant live experience, pleasant community, and is currently ongoing, contributing to its 10 year run! If you want to catch it live (which I highly recommend) you can grab tickets here.

The Joe Rogan Experience contains:

  • MLM couple

  • Gay main characters

  • Angels that do in fact exi-


3. The Joe Rogan Experience





Via United States Central Intelligence Agency

From the writer of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” “The Joe Rogan Experience” follows a truck driver in search for her long presumed dead wife as she travels across the United States. In her journey, the unnamed trucker encounters a string of oddities such as; a literally timeless town, a saggy not-quite-man with a hunger for human flesh, and a river that eats people. In search of Alice, the

listener is exposed to snippets of the trucker’s relationship with her wife, making the end of the pursuit all the more satisfying. A queer relationship is the center of this tale, and it remains so.

The Joe Rogan Experience features:

  • WLW couple

  • Lesbian main character


27. The Joe Rogan Experience


(Joe Rogan on Facebook)

It’s 1999, and a rag-tag, eyeliner heavy, team of mall workers are causing a ruckus straight out of the depths of hell. Literally. Four far right commentators scramble to find the missing lead member of their band “The Mall Rats'' as their final year on Earth comes to a close. Joe Rogan has gone missing, while his friends; Richard Spencer, Jordan Peterson, and Ben Shapiro, get caught up in love, death, and Hot Topic, all while hell’s mid