I still listen but one issue I have is that he wants money and with commercials, a large percentage of his podcast is ads. No longer give money as a result. I thought PBS and Planned Parenthood needed my donations more.
It seems to me that a relatively small amount of his podcast is ads. I just skip through them. Some others have far more ads. Of the podcasts I listen to, only one (Oh, No, Ross & Carrie) makes their ads fun to listen to, so I don't skip through them.
I don't give to the NPR podcasts I listen to, because I figure that my contribution to my local station covers NPR in general. For independent podcasts, I give to all the ones that I feel I would be disappointed to lose if they disappeared. I give once a year. SGU is the one exception, where I subscribe and make automatic monthly payments, in order to get the ad-free version and premium content. It doesn't take me more than a couple of hours one day a year to make all my contributions.
As noted, except for Ross & Carrie, I skip the ads. The other podcasters would do well to study them and make their ads fun to listen to. Or maybe it's just Carrie's insane cheerfulness that make me want to listen to her even when she's plugging a product I have no interest in.