From political figures to pop-culture icons, LGBTQ&A is a podcast with a range of star-studded guests. The title's play-on-words accurately summarizes the content of the show, which features "weekly interviews with the most interesting LGBTQ+ people in the world." Launched in 2016, the show hopes to document the full extent of LGBTQ+ history and the full experience of LGBTQ+ individuals, moving "beyond transition and coming out stories to get to know each person, their accomplishments, their failures, and how they got to where they are today." In its more than 100 episodes, the show has hosted such guests as actress and advocate Laverne Cox, award-winning author Roxane Gay, and former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg. Jeffrey Masters, a New York City-based producer, hosts the show. It is produced by The Advocate (a magazine dedicated to LGBTQ+ news) and GLAAD (a media monitoring organization dedicated to equality). Listeners can tune in on Apple Podcasts and Spotify, among other favorite podcast platforms.