“The discussion tackles the complicated nature of finding yourself, which of course opens it up for funny stories about the women’s experiences.”
“Topics are generally queer-minded, but the conversation never feels exclusionary, and a straight cis male reviewer (to pull an example out of thin air) can walk away from an episode with the impression of having sat through a good conversation over coffee with friends.”
A roundup of podcasts created by queer women.
Review of Dyke The Halls: A Dyking Out Holigay Spectacular at NYC’s famed Joe’s Pub.
Stand-up comedians Carolyn Bergier and Melody Kamali dig into conversations about intimacy and finding yourself, focusing mainly on the queer community. They bring levity to each discussion, and interview a wide range of guests including Erika Owens of 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days and political commentator Jess McIntosh.