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QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

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Sit in on an hour long-conversation between host and standup comic, Cameron Esposito, and some of the brightest luminaries in the LGBTQ+ family. QUEERY explores individual stories of identity, personality and the shifting cultural matrix around gender, sexuality and civil rights.
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202. Junauda Petrus-Nasah

202. Junauda Petrus-Nasah

2021-08-0201:03:30

Author Junauda Petrus-Nasah sits down with Cameron to discuss her book THE STARS AND THE BLACKNESS BETWEEN THEM (the August pick for Cammy's Book Club!), writing a queer Black YA love story, and fighting shame surrounding sexuality.
Musician Semler (Grace Baldridge) sits down with Cameron to discuss being "a whole person in Christ and gay as hell," growing up a preacher's kid, and hitting #1 on the iTunes Christian music charts.
200. JP Brammer

200. JP Brammer

2021-07-1952:28

Writer JP Brammer sits down with Cameron to discuss his new book HOLA PAPI (the July pick for Cammy's Book Club!) based on his queer advice column, his love of meeting new people through the years via Grindr and other apps, and the freedom to be vulnerable in his writing.
Co-Hosts of "Scissoring Isn't A Thing" Liz Culley & Daryn Carp sit down with Cameron to discuss working at MySpace, not getting invited to lesbian parties, and getting engaged under duress.
198. Theo Germaine

198. Theo Germaine

2021-07-0558:09

Actor Theo Germaine sits down with Cameron to discuss the steps of moving out of his hometown, being taken in by a burlesque troupe, and his focus on writing.
197. Mae Martin

197. Mae Martin

2021-06-2857:40

Comedian Mae Martin sits down with Cameron to discuss sharing their personal experiences in FEEL GOOD on Netflix, seeing relationships as validation, and taking a break from live performance during the pandemic.
Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile returns to talk with Cameron about her new book BROKEN HORSES, the brotherhood with the men in her band, and wearing clothes that make you feel confident.
195. Harvey Guillén

195. Harvey Guillén

2021-06-1439:52

Actor Harvey Guillén sits down with Cameron to discuss his upcoming movie WEREWOLVES WITHIN, auditioning for What We Do In The Shadows, and how he learned young that you can make your own dreams happen.
194. Claud

194. Claud

2021-06-0748:12

Musician Claud sits down with Cameron to discuss writing their first song for their crush, being a young musician, and feeling confident in their body.
Original Release Date: 1/20/2020. Author Casey McQuiston talks about her hit novel RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE, gender fluidity in writing, and worrying about parents reading or seeing your work.
192. Lauren Hough

192. Lauren Hough

2021-05-2455:08

Writer Lauren Hough sits down with Cameron to discuss serving in the military in the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" era, working as a bouncer, and dating when a lot of her life is out there in her book LEAVING ISN’T THE HARDEST THING.
191. McKensie Mack

191. McKensie Mack

2021-05-1755:28

Researcher McKensie Mack sits down with Cameron to discuss their study on increases in harassment of marginalized groups in the workplace during COVID-19, picking and choosing what battles to fight for a long-term strategy, and what they do for fun.
190. Diona Reasonover

190. Diona Reasonover

2021-05-1056:44

Writer Diona Reasonover sits down with Cameron to discuss making music mixes for friends, really wanting to be goth growing up, and her podcast "Periodic Talks" that she hosts with Gillian Jacobs.
189. Cj Giovingo

189. Cj Giovingo

2021-05-0359:05

Engineer Cj Giovingo sits down with Cameron to discuss being in an out queer faculty couple on the USC campus, working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and looking for the evidence of life on other planets.
188. Kacen Callender

188. Kacen Callender

2021-04-2601:00:17

Author Kacen Callender sits down with Cameron to discuss finding Black LGBTQ+ representation in fan fiction, learning to love yourself, and being introverted vs extroverted.
187. Alaska Thunderfuck

187. Alaska Thunderfuck

2021-04-1955:111

Drag queen Alaska Thunderfuck sits down with Cameron to discuss drag as a transformative experience, being introverted in contrast with a big performing personality, and creating space with vocal fry.
Activist Precious Brady-Davis sits down with Cameron to discuss working at the Sierra Club, the urgency of trans rights, and her new book I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN ME.
185. Brandi Carlile

185. Brandi Carlile

2021-04-0551:23

Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile sits down with Cameron to discuss missing live performance, having a stylist that gets her, and experiences of both protection and rejection. Brandi's new memoir, Broken Horses, is available for preorder, out April 6th, 2021.
184. Geena Rocero

184. Geena Rocero

2021-03-2901:04:21

Model Geena Rocero sits down with Cameron to discuss her essay in the HUNGRY HEARTS anthology, being "stealth" in a visible industry, and her lifechanging TED talk.
Original release date: Feb. 10, 2020. Book editor Katy Nishimoto sits down with Cameron to discuss her invisible illness, equating achievement with happiness, and being sober.
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Comments (22)

Natalie Taylor

Really enjoy this podcast. I would love to hear from Dominique Provost-Chalkley. Her role in Wynnona Earp led me to learn more about her and her Start the Wave non-profit. I can't wait to see where her path takes her in the future.

Apr 14th
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Nerd_killer

Huh

Mar 5th
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Jade Carpenter

That next book sounds rad as hell. Also I immediately requested red, white and royal blue from the library.

Jan 29th
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giuliosuprig

for the record, guy branum is ABSOLUTELY welcome to break me.

Oct 18th
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Amz

Hi, Camy and Jacob! Loved the podcast as always. Just wanted to give you a PSA if you didn't know. Goodwill is a for profit company, not a charity. You both may have been using the word generically for thrift stores. People unknowingly donate and the wares are then sold for all profit.

Jul 30th
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taylor lavigne

Why does that offend you? There are cis straight comics, Black comics, Mexican comics, Arab comics etc comedy has to be relatable so It makes sense to share some ID with most of your audience.

May 21st
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Amz

Although I am late to the show, I'm listening from the beginning and loving every episode! Cameron is amazing.

May 12th
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Tiuri

Very good podcast! Interesting and thought-provoking conversations, Cameron is a lovely host:)

Jan 27th
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Kelsy Rivera

Brilliant idea about the queer-identities-friendly maternity line! There's something there!

Jan 9th
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Alabama Blaikie

Thanks for this episode. I learned a lot and am really inspired by Wildfang's social impact actions, the amount of research put into building the brand, and the idea behind the swing in the store. Thank you!

Dec 17th
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Anné Compton

wish this was more relatable, but i feel like it appeals to one specific group of queer people. plus thought it was very interesting that she said she was the only queer comic cause thats just wrong.

Nov 19th
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Alabama Blaikie

This episode couldn't have come at a better time for me. I've listened to it twice. I'm about to move back to Alabama part-time from the SF Bay Area to help my mom with her health issues and aging. The visibility of the both of you is very much helping me with my late life coming out, and being ready to be out in the South.

Sep 27th
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Jennifer Gaulden

The best homoSEXual discussion I've heard in a long, long time. Please make the Lesposito/Camlaria tour happen!

Sep 12th
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Jennifer Gaulden

I love Clea and I hate how she was treated with her coming out.

Sep 11th
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Giulia Roncarolo

I want the whole world to listen to this episode. it was so enlightening and I could relate so much it almost hurt

Aug 30th
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Nayantara Krishnamurthy

Yes! I love him! He and Stephanie do the funniest skits!

Aug 28th
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Tiuri

Amazing show! Very interesting conversations with queer people about everything relating to their identity. If you need more queerness in your life, you'll definitely find it here 💜

May 30th
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Amanda Kriti

ahhh Gaby Dunn!!!!! aaahh

Apr 16th
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ZombieJes

such an important podcast. funny yet extremely thought provoking and insightful.

Mar 27th
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Amelia Stuart

Kathy Tu is so interesting to listen to, what a great episode. I might send this to my mom lol.

Oct 23rd
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