Queer & Brown in Steeltown
I’m often a binge listener. I can go from the bus, to work, to cleaning at home and listen to many episodes in a row. Then I won’t listen for several days. Not on purpose, it just works out that way. I usually download episodes to my phone or stream directly from the website. I don’t like to subscribe and automatically have them waiting for me. It’s too much pressure
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