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Queer Lit Community w/ Zoe Whittall – Ep. 201

The writing community seems to be getting more queer by the minute. Author Zoe Whittall joins us to talk about her experiences as a queer writer as she releases her latest fiction novel, The Spectacular. Are publishers better about understanding our community? What’s the twitter drama all about? Is it okay to have a bisexual...

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Rosie O’Donnell – Ep. 200

It’s our 200th episode, and we’ve got the one and only Rosie O’Donnell here to fulfill the Dyking Out prophecy. It may have taken four years of wishing this moment into existence (okay, maybe we did a LITTLE more than wishing), but we finally have our chance to dyke out with Rosie about our favorite...

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Real Housewives w/ Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya – Ep. 199

We’re makin’ it NICE this episode with our fave L-Word reviewer and writer, Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya! But we’re not dyking out about Gen Q. We’re dissecting the Real Housewives franchise for all the queer and queer-coded content it regularly serves up. These ladies are acting gay AND doing crimes, so what’s more queer than that?...

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Creative Pursuits w/ Bailey Pope – Ep. 198

Comedian Bailey Pope is dyking out with us about how her day job and dream job have more in common than one might assume. Telling jokes on a stage to strangers isn’t all that different than years of having a captive audience in a salon seat. Especially at some comedy shows. Bailey talks about the...

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Hand Sex w/ Ro White – Ep. 197

Let’s talk about hand sex, baby! Ro White is the new sex and dating editor at Autostraddle, and they’re here to get fist-deep into our topic. Though as we learn, fisting is about fullness, not depth. We dyke out about the benefits of digital stimulation, and the role it plays in queer sex. Period sex?...

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Mommy Issues w/ Brittany Ashley – Ep. 196

Writer, actor, and podcaster Brittany Ashley (Don’t Tell The Babysitter Mom’s Dead) joins us to dyke out about the impact of losing her mom at a young age. Don’t worry, we have our fair share of laughs along the way. But if you’re anything like Melody, keep the tissues nearby. We kick it off by...

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The Road w/ Naomi McPherson – Ep. 195

MUNA’s very own Naomi McPherson joins us to dyke out about the life of a queer, touring musician. From #vanlife to prank-filled tour buses, what’s it really like to hit the road as MUNA? They tell us about their favorite shows to play, how they maintain relationships, and why it can get scary just outside...

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Hopeful Romantic w/ Elina Street – Ep. 194

Filmmaker Elina Street takes a break from saving the lesbian bars to share her experiences that keep her hopeful about romance. Hot off her recent GoMag article, Elina proves that we can come back from the ashes of a romance that has crashed and burned. But with queer women prone to love addiction, should we...

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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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