Hiiiiiiii we're the Masc4Masc Podcast!
If you're straight, you might be asking: "Uhhhh what is Masc4Masc?" If you're gay™ you can keep scrolling while we break it down. Masc4Masc is an overused term in the gay community (primarily in hookup culture) that plays into a larger conversation about gay toxic masculinity and what it means to be a queer, gay, femme, etc. man. Essentially, someone who is using this on—let's say grindr—is letting the internet know they are masculine seeking masculine (a.k.a. Masc4Masc).
SOOOOO we picked the name Masc4Masc to be silly and poke fun at an outdated trope. Each week, we'll talk about the things we love & hate, we'll play some games, and dissect some stereotypes along the way.
Masc4Masc Podcast is a queer-themed podcast that explores gay topics including stereotypes, how-tos, and fun history lessons to name a few. We add an additional, and much needed, queer voice in conservative Utah. We release new episodes every Thursday and we hope you listen along—click the listen button up top.
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Meet the faces of the Masc4Masc podcast! We’re excited to kick-off our gay podcast journey talking about stereotypes, the things we love & hate, and everything in between. You can catch all of the episodes on your favorite podcast app. Join us as we jump into it!
We first met at Utah State Univeristy when Chris rushed SigEp (Trent was the VP). Shortly after, we became big & little and our relationship has only gotten better with age—just like wine 🍷🤷♂️!
From dancing, to spilling the T, to exploring Salt Lake City, you can find the two of us living our best lives.
Oh hey there! What is there to say about me? I grew up here all of my life in Riverton, UT. I graduted from Utah State University, the greatest school in the world and the place where I met fellow co-host and one of the best humans I’ve ever met, Trent Mark Morrison. If I’m not working in marketing then I’m racking up reward points via the Domino’s app and/or heading to Pie Hole. I love talking about style, the Met Gala and the best pizza places in Utah.
I came out to my family when I was 19 and preparing to serve a mission for the Mormon church. It was a very awkward time but my relationship with my family grew to a be lot stronger and I was able to learn what unconditional love truly means and that’s why I try to show that to everyone around me as much as I can.
Hiiiiie masc bbz! I'm a queer person living in Salt Lake City, Utah. I'm a native Oregonian who loves travel, interior design, and anything to do with vegan food. You can catch me watching Rupaul, Will & Grace, or anything by Shonda Rhimes. My favorite author is Chuck Palahniuk and my favorite book is The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. My favorite color is chartreuse—try to clock it, I dare you!
I came out on May 25th, 2015. It was such a powerful day for me and I've committed to living authentically and creating spaces where others can too.