Read: Watch This Space – The N Word Podcast

Watch this space introduces new faces and new voices. This month we catch up with the guys from The N-Word Podcast

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Blackout: Who are you?

N Word Podcast: Simbojune

B: Where are you from?

NWP: London & The South East

B: No, where are you really from, lol?

NWP: I’m Jamaican and Vincentian but the co-hosts comprise many different backgrounds including Sierra Leonean, Scottish, Vincentian & Nigerian.

B: What is The “N” Word Podcast?

It’s a podcast to listen to current affairs and issues from a Black, Gay, Masculine Male point of view. The N word stands for News, Nostalgia and Nonsense and we talk about everything from #blacklivesmatter to sexual roles in relationships.

B: What’s new?

NWP: Our episode! A brand new episode of the podcast is up on Saturday 5th November. It’s a compilation episode which highlights some funny, interesting and touching moments since the podcast started earlier this year.

B: What got you started?

NWP: For me, I just wanted an outlet. We rarely have those meaningful conversations of substance and focus more on gossip and day to day life when meeting with friends. I used to run a debating society and since then there’s been a void in stimulating dialogue. So it started just as a way to fill that void.

B: What do you have to say that needs to be heard?

NWP: We feel as though there is a gap in media for Gay, Black, Masculine Men. According to mainstream media we just don’t exist. So just being present says enough. In addition, as the name suggests, we have A LOT to say when it comes to race and sexuality.

B: How do people listen in?

NWP: iTunes podcast app or on Soundcloud. Just simply search The “N” Word Podcast in either application or click the links below. We publish episodes the first Saturday of every month.

www.soundcloud.com/Simbojune

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-n-word-podcast/id1116300990?mt=2#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-396903

B: What’s next?

We’d love for more people to know there’s a growing media for Young, Black, Masculine, Gay Men. It’s not about making this lucrative or even making a massive social impact. It’s about giving the audience an insight into our world.