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Fluidity w/ Mae Martin – Ep.134

Pride month is here! We wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for the brave Black and Brown trans women who rioted against police brutality. That brutality maybe have eased for the queer community (it’s definitely still there), but as many of you know, it never let up for the Black communities in...

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Persianality w/ Desiree Akhavan – Ep. 133

We’re not Dyking Out with any ol’ bisexual this week. We’ve got THE Bisexual, Desiree Akhavan! After hyping her work for years (Appropriate Behavior, The Miseducation of Cameron Post), we finally sit down and talk about her life as a Persian, queer filmmaker quarantined in Brooklyn. While Carolyn finds Desiree’s work super relatable, Melody finds...

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She-Ra w/ Noelle Stevenson – Ep. 132

Whether or not you’ve seen Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, you’ll want to hear from the person who made one of the queerest shows on TV. The extraordinarily talented Noelle Stevenson joins us to dyke out about creating and wrapping up a show that’s full of heart, magic, and SO MUCH GAY. Noelle...

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Lesbian Memes w/ Hotmessbian – Ep. 131

Can I has Lezbian memes? We’re dyking out with queen of the queer memes, Cheyenne aka Hotmessbian! What is it about a picture with some relatable words that brings us together? Who even thinks up these things? We talk about Cheyenne’s journey from casual meme consumer to having a following of over 100k meme-lovers. Plus,...

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Hobbies w/ Shantira Jackson – Ep. 130

They’re a great way to make friends, meet future girlfriends, and lately, help pass the time. Comedian and writer Shantira Jackson (Saved By The Bell, Busy Tonight) joins us to Dyke Out about hobbies! How have your hobbies changed from when you were a kid? Are some inherently more queer than others? Would you ever...

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Trailblazing w/ Alice Wu – Ep. 129

Filmmaker Alice Wu (Saving Face, The Half Of It) made two groundbreaking queer films 15 years apart, so we’re dyking out with her this week to learn more about her journey from a practical child of immigrants, to a badass writer/director making authentic, queer movies. We talk about how Alice’s quest to be true to...

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Getting Outed w/ Ever Mainard – Ep. 128

Coming out happens in all different ways, and hopefully it’s on your own terms. But what happens when it’s not? Comedian and actor Ever Mainard (The Feels, Conan’s Meet The Staff) joins us to dyke out about her experience getting outed by her hometown paper. What are the pros and cons to being outed by...

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Electing Women w/ Jess McIntosh – Ep. 127

We have more women in the current congress than ever before, but they still only make up 23.7%. Political commentator and strategist Jess McIntosh (SiriusXM Progress) joins us in these extraordinary times to dyke out about the challenges women politicians face in getting elected, and why it’s important to have them in office. How did...

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Growing Up Gay w/ Cameron Esposito – Ep. 126

We’re Dyking Out with Cameron Esposito (Brooklyn 99, Take My Wife) about her new memoir Save Yourself and what it was like to be a little gay kid. We discuss the days when we were gay but didn’t yet know it, and whether it was a decade ago or days ago, maybe you can relate!...

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Feel Good w/ Ally Pankiw – Ep. 125

If you’re wondering what queer content to stream during your queerantine, look no further than the new dramedy Feel Good (out on Netflix in the US and Channel 4 in the UK). We dyked out with director Ally Pankiw about the making of the show and why it’s so different than other queer narratives. Having...

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Work-life Balance w/ LaQuet Sharnell Pringle – Ep. 124

What a time to be re-thinking our work-life balance when many of us are out of work or over-worked due to the global pandemic! Broadway performer LaQuet Sharnell Pringle had made some huge adjustments to figure out life as a new mom who had been booked in a new Broadway musical, just for all of...

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Lesbian Stereotypes w/ Sarah Hallonquist – Ep. 123

Gather your adopted cats, gas up the U-Haul, head over to your best friend’s house (who is also your ex), and stay in for the night while listening to this episode about Lesbian Stereotypes! We’re joined by the awesome Sarah Hallonquist, an organizer and activist for NYC Dyke Bar Takeover who is well versed in...

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