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The One That Got A Gay

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Have you ever found yourself in hot water ‘playing it straight’? Ever fallen in love with a gay person without realising it? Hear the other side of the story on The One That A Got A Gay as we explore the lives of gay, lesbian and other LGBTQ+ people who spent years ‘playing straight’ only to turn their lives upside down by coming out later in life. Statistics show the average age at which people come out is now 17. TOTGAG explores why there are so many people of that generation still coming out well in to their 20s, 30s and sometimes even later and how having to play straight has influenced them and the people around them.Each week, Emily and Alex delve in to a different person’s coming out story to understand the impact of being LGBTQ+ in a straight world and what they’ve learnt from years of being in the closet. Expect laughs, sobs and some great/terrible advice from our co-hosts and some compelling stories from our brave and wonderful guests.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 152 ratings
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    If you just want to curl up in bed and stop the world around you, yet get transported into a wonderful world of emotional conversations, please give these podcasts the chance they well deserve. #totag -Brad O.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Authentic, Vulnerable, informative

    Emily and Alex do an amazing job. The guests are relatable and open. While all of our stories are different, they are so similar. Being a huge fan of James and Alex, episode 5 was so touching. You could feel their love for one another. Keep up the great work. Listening from Atlanta GA.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Positive, honest, fun & reassuring. Love this podcast

    Every single episode has been so reassuring and comforting to listen to as someone who recently came out as gay later on in life compared to most. Coming out is still a hard process in this day & age and this podcast deals with it in such a fun, frank and friendly way. The podcast has shown me there is no one size fits all to being gay or how to come out and the I really admire the incredible honesty of the guests every week. Alex and Emily are fantastic hosts who approach the subject with great... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • A truly inspiring podcast

    This is such an inspiring podcast, Alex & Emily are great and so far the guests have been brilliant. Keep the episodes coming!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Wonderful and so affirming

    A truly enriching and wonderful more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago

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