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Living Authentically w/ Precious Brady-Davis – Ep. 193

Activist, speaker, and author Precious Brady-Davis joins us to share the life lessons she’s learned about living authentically, as told in her memoir, I Have Always Been Me. Precious tells us how and why she’s always lived fearlessly. She stresses the importance of finding a way to shine regardless of your circumstances. We also dyke...

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Odd One Out w/ Carly Montag – Ep. 192

No matter where you fall on the spectrum (even you, straights), or not matter how popular you are, we’ve all had moments (or lifetimes) of being the odd one out. Comedian Carly Montag (Alone At Lunch podcast) joins us to talk about the many times she felt like an outsider amongst friend and teammates. Why...

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Queer Climate Change w/ Allison Reese – Ep. 191

Is it us, or is the queer community changing more rapidly than in the past? Comedian and writer Allison Reese joins us to talk about the affects of the internet and the passing of time on our perceptions of the (Kamala Harris voice) community. Where is queer culture created? Is the infighting as bad as...

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Mature Women w/ Whit Washington – Ep. 190

Do you often find yourself stanning women of a certain age? You are not alone! Activist Whit Washington joins us to dyke out about their love of the older women on TV and in their life. Why are we so drawn to these ladies? Why do their shows hold up? Does it translate to dating...

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Red Flags w/ Morgan Miller – Ep. 189

Take off those rose-colored glasses because we’ve got comedian Morgan Miller (UCB) back on the pod, and we’re dyking out about red flags. What’s the different between a red flag and a dating preference? How do you reveal your own red flags? And should you call them out in others? Are queer women worse off...

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Gay 2000s w/ Grace Perry – Ep. 188

If the 2000s made you gay, you’re in good company on this episode. Writer and journalist Grace Perry (Reductress, The Onion) joins us to dyke out about the pop culture that inspired her new book The 2000s Made Me Gay. From Taylor Swift lyrics, to Mean Girls, to MTV’s Battle Of The Sexes, and so...

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Queer Porn w/ Nikki Hearts – Ep. 187

Make sure your parents are out of the house, and don’t forget to clear the cache, because we’re dyking out with adult performer and director Nikki Hearts about Queer Porn! Nikki tells us about their journey in the adult entertainment industry, and how much things have changed for the better in the past few years....

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Relationship Escalator w/ Nicole Pacent – Ep. 186

Are you riding the relationship escalator? Maybe you are and don’t even know it! Actor, Writer, Podcaster, and Educator Nicole Pacent (Coming Out with Lauren and Nicole) joins us to talk about how we consciously, and subconsciously, model our relationships based on the escalator model. How does media and society shape our thinking around what...

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Love Addiction w/ Rivkah Reyes – Ep. 185

Might as well face it you’re addicted to (things that actually aren’t but can sometimes trick you into thinking it’s) love! Actor/Musician/Comedian/Writer/Reader Rivkah Reyes joins us to dyke out about their recovery and journey to being spiritually healthy. After years of struggling with substance abuse, they realized that there were other addictive behaviors that were...

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Lesbian Tastemakers w/ Diana Souhami – Ep. 184

It’s our most charming episode yet! That’s because author and celebrated biographer Diana Souhami (No Modernism Without Lesbians) joins us from the English countryside to dyke out about the lesbians who were critical to the modernist movement. Diana tells us all about the lives, lovers, and accomplishments of these tastemakers who eschewed the patriarchy and...

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The Signs w/ Mackenzie Lansing – Ep. 183

The English teacher you wanted to be bffs with, that cartoon you were strangely attracted to, the time you dabbled in witchcraft, the binder of hot women you carried around. When you look back, it all seems SO OBVIOUS that you were not straight. Or did it? Actor and writer Mackenzie Lansing (Mare of Easttown,...

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Superhuman Strength w/ Alison Bechdel – Ep. 182

Dykon Alison Bechdel (Fun Home, Dykes To Watch Out For) joins us to dyke out about her latest (and thoroughly entertaining) graphic novel, The Secret to Superhuman Strength. We talk about Alison’s journey of self improvement through her relationships with fitness and people. But we couldn’t just talk about exercise and self discovery. We also...

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