Queery with Cameron Esposito

Queery with Cameron Esposito

By Cameron Esposito

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.

Episodes

Farewell

Our final episode of Queery, featuring you, the Queeroes! 
19/02/24·23m 44s

McKenzie Goodwin and Rachel Scanlon of Two Dykes and a Mic

Co-hosts of TWO DYKES AND A MIC Rachel Scanlon and McKenzie Goodwin sit down with Cameron to discuss their origins together as a double act, new additions to their rider, and more.
12/02/24·1h

Michael Adams

SAGE CEO Michael Adams sits down with Cameron to discuss the impact of ageism and ableism on LGBTQ+ community.
05/02/24·55m 47s

Oscar Montoya

Actor and Eurovangelists host Oscar Montoya sits down with Cameron to discuss his past career as a dancer, how his experience on the show "Minx" changed his life for the better, and more.
29/01/24·49m 40s

Galen Kirkpatrick

Paraglider Galen Kirkpatrick sits down with Cameron to discuss how paragliding changed her life and helped her find herself.
22/01/24·49m 16s

Kris Kidd

Poet Kris Kidd sits down with Cameron to discuss modeling, sobriety and more.
15/01/24·50m 16s

Best of 2023 (Part 4)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2023, featuring clips from guests Jordan Crucchiola, Terry J. Benton-Walker, Emily Bielagus and Mara Herbkersman.
08/01/24·56m 30s

Best of 2023 (Part 3)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2023, featuring clips from guests Madi B Webb, Ali Kolbert, and Kai Cheng Thom.
01/01/24·1h 9m

Best of 2023 (Part 2)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2023, featuring clips from guests Melanie Field, Ashley Ray, and Emma Willmann.
18/12/23·1h 7m

Best of 2023 (Part 1)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2023, featuring clips from guests Sabrina Wu, Lamya H, and Kristen Kish.
11/12/23·56m 18s

G Flip

Singer G Flip sits down with Cameron to discuss their new album DRUMMER.
04/12/23·46m 37s

Sam Sanders, Saeed Jones and Zach Stafford

Co-hosts of VIBE CHECK Sam Sanders, Saeed Jones and Zach Stafford sit down with Cameron to discuss finding their voices -- and finding each other.
27/11/23·1h 2m

Quick Update

Hey Queeros! Cameron is sick this week, so we're taking this week off. We'll be back after Thanksgiving!
20/11/23·31s

Kamala Puligandla

Writer Kamala Puligandla sits down with Cameron to discuss her book, "You Can Vibe Me On My FemmePhone."
13/11/23·44m 46s

Leo Aquino

Journalist Leo Aquino sits down with Cameron to discuss anti-capitalist personal finance.
06/11/23·48m 27s

Brian Wenke

Executive Director Brian Wenke sits down with Cameron to discuss the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit organization with a mission to uplift, empower, and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth around the globe.
30/10/23·56m 14s

Terry J. Benton-Walker

Author Terry J. Benton-Walker sits down with Cameron to discuss his new book ALEX WISE VS THE END OF THE WORLD.
23/10/23·47m 33s

Charlie Sprinkman

Founder Charlie Sprinkman sits down with Cameron to discuss creating Everywhere Is Queer, a public resource of queer-owned spaces and businesses.
16/10/23·40m 48s

Tre'vell Anderson

Journalist and FANTI co-host Tre'vell Anderson sits down with Cameron to discuss their new book HISTORICALLY BLACK PHRASES: FROM 'I AIN'T ONE OF YOUR LIL' FRIENDS' TO 'WHO ALL GON' BE THERE?'
09/10/23·59m 30s

Sabrina Wu

Comedian Sabrina Wu sits down with Cameron to discuss the intersection of their identity as a transmasc Asian comic, Cameron's influence on their career, and more.
02/10/23·46m 40s

Roz Hernandez

Comedian Roz Hernandez sits down with Cameron to discuss her new podcast GHOSTED.
25/09/23·1h

Simon Kent Fung

Designer Simon Kent Fung sits down with Cameron to discuss his podcast DEAR ALANA. 
18/09/23·56m 45s

K.Flay

Singer/songwriter K.Flay sits down with Cameron to discuss her new album MONO.
11/09/23·58m 42s

Maia Kobabe

Author Maia Kobabe sits down with Cameron to discuss eir book, "Gender Queer."
04/09/23·59m 42s

Genavieve Jaffe

Entrepreneur Genavieve Jaffe sits down with Cameron to discuss founding Connecting Rainbows, an organization that provides free legal and fertility resources to the LGBTQ+ community.
28/08/23·48m 51s

Jordan Crucchiola

Jordan Crucchiola sits down with Cameron to discuss their adventures seeing Taylor Swift, finding wiggle room in identity, and the movie Jennifer's Body.
21/08/23·1h 2m

Ali Kolbert

Comedian Ali Kolbert sits down with Cameron to discuss playing with Barbies and GI Joes, avoiding being pigeonholed as a gay comic, and more. 
14/08/23·54m 46s

Jess Rothschild

Writer Jess Rothschild sits down with Cameron to discuss her new podcast FINDING FIRE ISLAND.
07/08/23·1h

Kai Cheng Thom

Author Kai Cheng Thom sits down with Cameron to discuss their new book FALLING BACK IN LOVE WITH BEING HUMAN: Letters to Lost Souls.
31/07/23·45m 7s

Sierra Katow

Queery producer Sierra Katow sits down with Cameron to discuss getting her first TV writer's assistant job via Cameron, the Queery journey, and starting comedy young.
24/07/23·56m 30s

Ashley Ray

Comedian Ashley Ray sits down with Cameron to discuss the SAG strike, making it as a comedian, and the Chicago comedy scene.
17/07/23·1h 4m

Emily Bielagus and Mara Herbkersman

The Ruby Fruit co-owners Emily Bielagus and Mara Herbkersman sit down with Cameron to discuss opening LA's first lesbian-owned queer bar in years!
10/07/23·45m 25s

Quick Update

New episodes of Queery will resume next week!
03/07/23·48s

Zipeng Zhu, Symone Salib, Mads 'Mady' G, Bianca Xunise, and Shanée Benjamin

Artists Zipeng Zhu, Symone Salib, Mads 'Mady' G, Bianca Xunise, and Shanée Benjamin sit down with Cameron Esposito to discuss how they found their way to their artistic careers, seeing their artwork on Skittles, and the joy they've felt during Pride. Sponsored by Skittles.
26/06/23·55m 33s

Cameron Esposito

Cameron Esposito sits down with… Cameron Esposito! That's right! Cameron interviews herself to talk about starting Queery, their queer curriculum, and how change can happen. Sponsored by Skittles.
19/06/23·31m 24s

Madi B Webb

Content creator Madi B Webb sits down with Cameron to discuss avoiding comparison by being your own unique self, celebrating her first Pride since coming out on the internet, and the non-glamorous business model behind the influencer industry.
12/06/23·57m 46s

Coco (Bob's Dance Shop)

Vibe maker Vince "Coco" Coconato sits down with Cameron to discuss founding Bob's Dance Shop, coming from a non-dancing background, and bringing people together through vibes and dance.
05/06/23·58m 14s

Meg Stalter (Re-Release)

Original release date: June 13, 2022. Comedian Meg Stalter sits down with Cameron to discuss always wanting to be an actor from a young age, staying connected to religion, and her love of performing.
29/05/23·54m 7s

Adam Rippon (Re-Release)

Original release date: August 19, 2020. Olympic medalist Adam Rippon sits down with Cameron to discuss finding his passion in skating, wearing a harness to the Oscars, and showing the world who he truly was at the Olympics.
22/05/23·58m 27s

Feed Drop: Survive or Die Trying with Cameron Esposito

Survive or Die Trying is a comedy podcast providing real advice on how to survive anything and everything life can throw at you. Cameron Esposito is our host as we run through giant bear attacks and the zombie apocalypse to meeting the in-laws. From the downright ridiculous to the all too real, Survive or Die Trying will tackle life’s craziest situations you might find yourself in and prepare you for how to come out the other side intact. To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.comFind more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcastsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/05/23·7m 14s

Carmen Maria Machado (Re-Release)

Original release date: January 6, 2020. Author Carmen Maria Machado sits down with Cameron to discuss writing while teaching, drawing inspiration from other queer writers, and the genre of body horror.
15/05/23·1h 3m

Leo Sheng (Re-Release)

Original release date: June 22, 2020. Actor Leo Sheng sits down with Cameron to discuss his response to the JK Rowling essay, going from grad school to playing Micah in The L Word: Generation Q, and what it means to engage in activism.
08/05/23·1h 1m

Emma Willmann

Comedian Emma Willmann sits down with Cameron to discuss feeding roosters, beginnings in comedy, and making the time for mental health treatment.
01/05/23·48m 37s

Alan Cumming & Chris Sweeney (Re-Release)

Original release date: October 26, 2020. Actor Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney sit down with Cameron to discuss not wanting to explain yourself over and over again, co-hosting the podcast Homo Sapiens, and acting in quarantine.
24/04/23·58m 21s

Mae Martin (Re-Release)

Original release date: June 28, 2021. 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.
17/04/23·55m 29s

Kalen Allen (Re-Release)

Original release date: July 29, 2019. Host Kalen Allen sits down with Cameron to discuss working on Ellen, not compromising while dating, and how Hollywood is learning to reward people for being themselves.
10/04/23·55m 14s

Theo Germaine (Re-Release)

Original release date: July 5, 2021. 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.
03/04/23·55m 27s

Kristen Kish

Chef Kristen Kish sits down with Cameron to discuss their new show RESTAURANTS AT THE END OF THE WORLD out now on Disney+ and the National Geographic channel, grappling with how we're perceived in the world vs. how we perceive ourselves, and how food is an expression of who she is but not the entirety of who she is.
27/03/23·52m 20s

Vico Ortiz (Re-Release)

Original release date: April 11, 2022. Actor Vico Ortiz sits down with Cameron to discuss finding their femininity in masculinity through kinging, their Star Wars and Ewan McGregor fandom, and the US actively colonizing Puerto Rico.
20/03/23·50m 41s

Reverend Jes Kast (Re-Release)

Original release date: May 9, 2022. Reverend Jes Kast sits down with Cameron to discuss which Christians get a megaphone, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and how everyone deserves the respect and dignity of bodily autonomy.
13/03/23·47m 38s

Melanie Field

Actor Melanie Field sits down with Cameron to discuss playing Jo on A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN, queer friendship onscreen and behind the scenes, and advocating for representation of more diverse body types.
06/03/23·1h 1m

Blair Imani (Re-Release)

Original release date: July 2, 2018. Activist Blair Imani sits down with Cameron to discuss politicized hair, converting to Islam, and her relationship with faith.
27/02/23·58m 9s

Bob The Drag Queen (Re-release)

Original release date: March 8, 2021. Drag comedian Bob the Drag Queen sits down with Cameron to discuss comedy club beginnings, holding various odd jobs to get by, and feeling that you're special.
20/02/23·52m 41s

Lamya H

Writer Lamya H sits down with Cameron to discuss her memoir HIJAB BUTCH BLUES, now available!
13/02/23·48m 31s

Casper ter Kuile (Re-Release)

Original release date: August 31, 2020. Author Casper ter Kuile sits down with Cameron to discuss his beginnings in climate activism, understanding the role of spiritual practices, and how he's been dealing with the JK Rowling catastrophe.
06/02/23·1h 4m

Junauda Petrus-Nasah (Re-Release)

Original release date: August 2, 2021. 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.
30/01/23·59m 56s

Clea DuVall (Re-Release)

Original release date: April 23, 2018. Actor Clea DuVall sits down with Cameron to discuss fighting for yourself, loving yourself, and auditioning for Veep.
23/01/23·1h 2m

Chris Belcher

Writer Chris Belcher sits down with Cameron to discuss their new book PRETTY BABY: A MEMOIR, teaching writing and Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Southern California, and their experience working as a professional dominatrix.
16/01/23·47m 27s

Best of 2022 (Part 4)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2022, featuring clips from Episode #226 with Malinda Lo, Episode #245 with Betty Who, and Episode #247 with Brian Michael Smith.
09/01/23·49m 43s

Best of 2022 (Part 3)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2022, featuring clips from Episode #262 with ER Fightmaster, Episode #252 with Kiku Hughes, and Episode #249 with Eleanor Medhurst.
19/12/22·52m 16s

Best of 2022 (Part 2)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2022, featuring clips from Episode #235 with Vico Ortiz, Episode #236 with Ijeoma Oluo, and Episode #244 with Meg Stalter.
12/12/22·46m 56s

Best of 2022 (Part 1)

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2022, featuring clips from Episode #224 with Melissa King, Episode #227 with Samantha Ronson, and Episode #231 with Jill Gutowitz. 
05/12/22·42m 46s

Hayley Kiyoko (Re-Release)

Original release date: February 8, 2021. Musician Hayley Kiyoko sits down with Cameron to discuss speaking her truth through her music, living and breathing women, and her new perfume Hue by Hayley Kiyoko.
28/11/22·49m 23s

Katie Pruitt

Singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt sits down with Cameron to discuss not feeling like "one of the guys," her Catholic upbringing, and starting out playing music in church with her mother.
21/11/22·43m 19s

Jacqueline Toboni

Actor Jacqueline Toboni sits down with Cameron to discuss starring as Finley in THE L WORD: GENERATION Q (Season 3 premieres Nov 20, 2022), her journey as an actor, and telling queer stories.
14/11/22·50m 6s

Drag Queen Supercut

A compilation of Queery conversations with Drag Queens Trixie Mattel (Episode #36), Bob the Drag Queen (Episode #181), Peppermint (Episode #161), and Alaska Thunderfuck (Episode #187).
07/11/22·58m 1s

Abbi Jacobson (Re-Release)

Original release date: November 2, 2020. Comedian Abbi Jacobson sits down with Cameron to discuss playing sports after Title IX, what Abbi was like in high school, and coming out at 32.
31/10/22·57m 42s

Kelly Fields

Chef Kelly Fields sits down with Cameron to discuss cooking for her family from a young age, working as a pastry chef in New Orleans, and taking a break to be present.
24/10/22·50m 51s

ER Fightmaster

Actor ER Fightmaster sits down with Cameron to discuss their experience on GREY'S ANATOMY, being the object of romantic pursuit, and their hair journey.
17/10/22·44m 26s

Jules Ohman

Author Jules Ohman sits down with Cameron to discuss modeling at a young age, working in high schools, and their debut novel BODY GRAMMAR.
10/10/22·47m 55s

Precious Brady-Davis (Re-Release)

Original release date: April 12, 2021. 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.
03/10/22·52m 30s

JP Brammer (Re-Release)

Original release date: July 19, 2021. 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.
26/09/22·50m 16s

Andrea Lawlor (Re-Release)

Original release date: Sept 13, 2021. Author Andrea Lawlor sits down with Cameron to discuss their book PAUL TAKES THE FORM OF A MORTAL GIRL (the September pick for Cammy's Book Club!), their use of "he" pronouns throughout the book for Paul, and their queer family in Western Mass.
19/09/22·1h 5m

Sarah Costello & Kayla Kaszyca (Re-Release)

Original release date: Jan 25, 2021. Co-hosts Sarah Costello & Kayla Kaszyca sit down with Cameron to discuss aspec identity, getting excluded from the queer community, and their private and public instances of coming out.
12/09/22·59m 18s

Big Dipper

Recording artist Big Dipper sits down with Cameron to discuss body, enjoying being single, and confidence. 
05/09/22·54m 21s

Nori Reed

Comedian Nori Reed sits down with Cameron to discuss writing Disney Channel's first live-action trans character for RAVEN'S HOME, choosing not to change her voice, and the anxieties of disclosure when first starting out as a standup comedian.
29/08/22·52m 25s

Jeffrey Galaise

Community advocate Jeffrey Galaise sits down with Cameron to discuss his experience with monkeypox, facts and misconceptions about the virus, and how he founded a support group for those who want to talk about what it's like to have monkeypox.
22/08/22·48m 43s

Harvey Guillén (Re-Release)

Original release date: June 14, 2021. 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.
15/08/22·37m 51s

Kiku Hughes

Comic artist Kiku Hughes sits down with Cameron to discuss how she found her way to becoming a comic artist, writing DISPLACEMENT about her grandmother's incarceration as a Japanese American during WWII, and finding her identity as a queer fourth-generation Japanese American.
08/08/22·54m 20s

Robin Tran

Comedian Robin Tran sits down with Cameron to discuss cracking the internet as a comedian, being comfortable staying home, and signing up for Roast Battle after coming out.
01/08/22·56m 35s

Jared Goldstein

Comedian Jared Goldstein sits down with Cameron to discuss being a child actor, hitting puberty, and how the comedy landscape has changed in the last ten years.
25/07/22·49m 9s

Eleanor Medhurst

Historian Eleanor Medhurst sits down with Cameron to discuss the history of lesbian fashion, the color pink and queer identity, and monocles.
18/07/22·53m 51s

Katy Nishimoto (Rerelease)

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.
11/07/22·1h 2m

Brian Michael Smith

Actor Brian Michael Smith sits down with Cameron to discuss playing groundbreaking trans masc series regular Paul on 9-1-1: LONE STAR, portraying first responders, and reconciling his career as a college athlete on a women's team with his identity.
04/07/22·44m 8s

Jessica Lindsey

Actor Jessica Lindsey sits down with Cameron to discuss how opportunities for queer actors have changed, being asked, "What does your husband do?", and portraying exes on A MILLION LITTLE THINGS.
27/06/22·59m 22s

Betty Who

Singer-songwriter Betty Who sits down with Cameron to discuss hosting the new dating show THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY premiering June 24th on Amazon Prime, performing at Pride, and her journey with body image and comfort.
20/06/22·56m 56s

Meg Stalter

Comedian Meg Stalter sits down with Cameron to discuss always wanting to be an actor from a young age, staying connected to religion, and her love of performing.
13/06/22·54m 39s

Chris Mosier (Re-Release)

Original release date: February 15, 2021. Athlete Chris Mosier sits down with Cameron to discuss being the first transgender athlete to represent the US in international competition, why trans representation matters, and competing on the world stage despite discrimination in and out of sports.
06/06/22·56m 58s

Gabe Montesanti

Writer Gabe Montesanti sits down with Cameron to discuss her new memoir BRACE FOR IMPACT, joining one of the top-ranked roller derby leagues in the world while in grad school, and why roller derby is so queer.
30/05/22·52m 21s

Andrea Gibson (#2)

Poet Andrea Gibson sits down with Cameron (again!) to discuss how their cancer diagnosis has made them funnier, Sister Megan Rice and the Outlaw Nuns, and feeling comfortable not being tough.
23/05/22·56m 39s

Renitta Shannon

State Representative Renitta Shannon sits down with Cameron to discuss how voter restriction laws target the LGBTQIA+ community, her historical race to be elected Lt. Governor of Georgia, and coming out while holding an elected office because she won't run away from a fight.
16/05/22·51m 24s

Reverend Jes Kast

Reverend Jes Kast sits down with Cameron to discuss which Christians get a megaphone, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and how everyone deserves the respect and dignity of bodily autonomy.
09/05/22·47m 20s

Brandi Carlile (Re-Release)

Original release date: June 21, 2021. 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.
02/05/22·57m 28s

Christina Wilson

Chef Christina Wilson sits down with Cameron to discuss getting cast on Hell's Kitchen, working under Gordon Ramsay, and how cooking competition shows have helped push gender balance in the world of professional chefs.
25/04/22·54m 52s

Ijeoma Oluo

Writer Ijeoma Oluo sits down with Cameron to discuss loving makeup, the life of her book SO YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT RACE, and having a queer therapist.
18/04/22·54m 25s

Vico Ortiz

Actor Vico Ortiz sits down with Cameron to discuss finding their femininity in masculinity through kinging, their Star Wars and Ewan McGregor fandom, and the US actively colonizing Puerto Rico.
11/04/22·51m 35s

Torrey Peters

Author Torrey Peters sits down with Cameron to discuss her new novel DETRANSITION BABY, raising kids as part of a blended family, and including the detransitioning experience in her novel.
04/04/22·1h 3m

Dylan Marron

Podcaster Dylan Marron sits down with Cameron to discuss his new book based on his podcast CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE WHO HATE ME, the complexity of being praised for "civility" when engaging with "the people who hate" him, and how his project can serve as an avatar to young queer people opening up tough conversations at home.
28/03/22·1h 1m

Liv Hewson

Actor Liv Hewson sits down with Cameron to discuss starring as Van in Yellowjackets, their journey from theatre to TV a hemisphere away from home, and co-hosting their new podcast The Homo Schedule.
21/03/22·44m 38s

Jill Gutowitz

Author Jill Gutowitz sits down with Cameron to discuss being investigated by the FBI for a vital tweet, being an expert on lesbian pop culture, and the best queer movies!
14/03/22·57m 23s

Sarah Shook

Singer-songwriter Sarah Shook sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up religious, becoming a single mom at 22, and how we're constantly learning about our own sexuality and gender.
07/03/22·51m 54s

The Homo Schedule - Presented by Queery

Queery presents, from Most, Netflix's home for LGBTQ+ storytelling: The Homo Schedule. This week's schedule: the incomparable Natalie Morales talks with Jasmin and Liv about her directorial debut X 2. What it's like to play an asexual axolotl. And the surprisingly public way she decided to come out to her mom.
03/03/22·46m 55s

Irene Tu

Comedian Irene Tu sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up on Rocket Power, building a standup career in Chicago and then the Bay Area, and belonging to multiple communities but not necessarily fitting in. Irene's comedy album, "We're Done Now," will be available for pre-order starting March 3rd and released on March 25th! Find it anywhere you buy albums or at www.irenetu.com!
28/02/22·51m 44s

Ali Liebert

Actor Ali Liebert sits down with Cameron to discuss starring in BOMB GIRLS before she was out, growing up and working in Vancouver, and the empowerment of directing over auditioning for shallow or stereotypical roles.
21/02/22·52m 43s

Samantha Ronson

DJ Samantha Ronson sits down with Cameron to discuss how she began her career as a DJ, the difficulties of being publicly scrutinized, and wondering about who she would be if she had been comfortable with who she was at 18.
14/02/22·54m 24s

Malinda Lo

Author Malinda Lo sits down with Cameron to discuss her work on AfterEllen, her book LAST NIGHT AT THE TELEGRAPH CLUB winning the National Book Award, and experiencing wins.
07/02/22·56m 15s

Amanda Grace Jenkins

Actor Amanda Grace Jenkins sits down with Cameron to discuss being on a reality dating show with majority queer couples - 12 DATES OF CHRISTMAS on HBOMax, how looks have factored into dating, and letting go of being who other people want you to be.
31/01/22·57m 3s

Melissa King

Chef Melissa King sits down with Cameron to discuss her journey on Top Chef, the universality of food, and the evolving understanding of what food and cooking can be.
24/01/22·53m 5s

Charlie Jane Anders

Author Charlie Jane Anders sits down with Cameron to discuss her new book VICTORIES GREATER THAN DEATH (out in paperback Feb 1st), metaphorical vs. literal queer representation in science fiction, and trying to escape bullying as a kid by living in a dream world. Keep an eye out for DREAMS BIGGER THAN HEARTBREAK, the second book of the trilogy, out on April 5th!
17/01/22·56m 58s

Daniel Webb

Comedian Daniel Webb sits down with Cameron to discuss the dom/sub/top/bottom dynamic of stand-up comedy, how he started opening for Margaret Cho, and keeping up with the evolution of the queer community.
10/01/22·1h

Best of 2021 Part 3

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2021, featuring clips from Episode #198 with Theo Germaine, Episode #201 Semler, and Episode #206 with Chase Strangio & Nikki Levy.
03/01/22·58m 35s

Best of 2021 Part 2

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2021, featuring clips from Episode #197 with Mae Martin, Episode #181 with Bob the Drag Queen, and Episode #174 with Noelle Stevenson.
13/12/21·34m 3s

Best of 2021 Part 1

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2021, featuring clips from Episode #177 with Hayley Kiyoko, Episode #184 with Brandi Carlile, and Episode #187 with Alaska Thunderfuck.
06/12/21·40m 21s

Jwan Yosef (Re-Release)

Original release date: Sept. 14, 2020. Artist Jwan Yosef sits down with Cameron to discuss being married to Ricky Martin, his painting process after moving to America, and the greyscale of sexuality.
29/11/21·59m 33s

Tai Leclaire (Re-Release)

Original release date: May 11, 2020. Comedian Tai Leclaire sits down with Cameron to discuss moving from a corporate to a comedy career, growing up on a reservation, and finding your crew.
15/11/21·1h 2m

Alicia Garza (Re-Release)

Original release date: Dec. 14, 2020. Activist Alicia Garza sits down with Cameron to discuss her journey as an organizer over the past twenty years, her work as a creator of Black Lives Matter and Black Futures Lab, and her new book The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart.
08/11/21·56m 18s

Marion Hill & Hannah Pepper

Director Marion Hill and actor Hannah Pepper sit down with Cameron to discuss their new film MA BELLE, MY BEAUTY (available on demand Nov. 23rd), writing from lived experience, and intimacy with audiences.
01/11/21·55m 14s

Jean Kyoung Frazier

Writer Jean Kyoung Frazier sits down with Cameron to discuss her debut novel PIZZA GIRL (the November pick for Cammy's Book Club!), looking to older queer role models, and being a reader.
25/10/21·49m 24s

Misha Osherovich & Jasmine Johnson

Crypt TV executive Jasmine Johnson and actor Misha Osherovich sit down with Cameron to discuss their upcoming show THE GIRL IN THE WOODS (available on Peacock Oct 21st), genre film and TV, and the need for more queer BIPOC leads.
18/10/21·42m 40s

Joe Dombrowski

Comedian Joe Dombrowski sits down with Cameron to discuss being a comedian with a social media following, working as a Kindergarten teacher, and queerness in schools.
11/10/21·1h 5m

Jon Lovett

Podcast host Jon Lovett sits down with Cameron to discuss the difference between podcasts and other media, being in a relationship with another public figure, and working as a political speech writer sometimes writing speeches that he didn't necessarily agree with. Ticket’s for Lovett or Leave It available here: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/3B005B0AE3661EB2
04/10/21·1h 2m

Kelsey Wroten

Comics artist Kelsey Wroten sits down with Cameron to discuss their graphic novel CANNONBALL, grappling with happiness levels when your passion becomes your job, and having a crush on their characters.
27/09/21·1h 2m

Froskurinn

Video game journalist Indiana Black aka Froskurinn sits down with Cameron to discuss falling in love with video games as a kid, the global significance of League of Legends, and being at the forefront of Internet culture.
20/09/21·1h 1m

Andrea Lawlor

Author Andrea Lawlor sits down with Cameron to discuss their book PAUL TAKES THE FORM OF A MORTAL GIRL (the September pick for Cammy's Book Club!), their use of "he" pronouns throughout the book for Paul, and their queer family in Western Mass.
13/09/21·1h 4m

Brooke Eden

Country artist Brooke Eden sits down with Cameron to discuss big moments of change in country music, performing "She's in Love with the Girl" at the Opry, and finding her soulmate in her fiancée Hilary.
06/09/21·48m 56s

Chase Strangio & Nikki Levy

Deputy Director for Trans Justice at the ACLU Chase Strangio and podcaster Nikki Levy sit down with Cameron to discuss Chase's journey with ACLU, Nikki's live show "Don't Tell My Mother," and Chases's experience representing Chelsea Manning.
30/08/21·56m 32s

Armand Fields & Celeste Pechous

Actors Armand Fields and Celeste Pechous sit down with Cameron to discuss starring as King and Campbell in WORK IN PROGRESS (now in its second season out 8/22), booking roles by being themselves, and the journey to not giving a f**k about what other people think.
23/08/21·58m 0s

Stephanie Allynne

Writer Stephanie Allynne sits down with Cameron to discuss finding her sexuality while in a relationship, shooting sex scenes, and playing Nat on 'The L Word: Generation Q', now in its second season!
16/08/21·1h

Jonathan Bennett & Jaymes Vaughan

Fiancés and actors Jonathan Bennett and Jaymes Vaughan sit down with Cameron to discuss their engaygement, Jonathan starring in Hallmark's first LGBTQ holiday movie, getting a case of the "F it"s, and their new engagement/wedding rings with Kay Jewelers.
09/08/21·59m 1s

Junauda Petrus-Nasah

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.
02/08/21·1h 1m

Semler (Grace Baldridge)

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.
26/07/21·59m 33s

JP Brammer

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.
19/07/21·50m 25s

Daryn Carp & Liz Culley

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.
12/07/21·1h 1m

Theo Germaine

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.
05/07/21·56m 31s

Mae Martin

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.
28/06/21·56m 19s

Brandi Carlile (Part 2)

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.
21/06/21·57m 3s

Harvey Guillén

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.
14/06/21·38m 4s

Claud

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.
07/06/21·46m 49s

Casey McQuiston (Re-Release)

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.
31/05/21·1h 4m

Lauren Hough

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.
24/05/21·52m 37s

McKensie Mack

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.
17/05/21·53m 44s

Diona Reasonover

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.
10/05/21·55m 15s

Cj Giovingo

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.
03/05/21·57m 38s

Kacen Callender

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.
26/04/21·56m 17s

Alaska Thunderfuck

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.
19/04/21·50m 21s

Precious Brady-Davis

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.
12/04/21·54m 4s

Brandi Carlile

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.
05/04/21·47m 16s

Geena Rocero

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.
29/03/21·1h 2m

Katy Nishimoto (Re-Release)

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.
22/03/21·1h 10m

Stephanie Burt

Writer Stephanie Burt sits down with Cameron to discuss the WNBA, teaching a queer lit class at Harvard, and how, when it comes to poems, different people like different things.
15/03/21·56m 49s

Bob The Drag Queen

Drag comedian Bob the Drag Queen sits down with Cameron to discuss comedy club beginnings, holding various odd jobs to get by, and feeling that you're special.
08/03/21·53m 28s

Best Of

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations, featuring clips from Episode #31 with Clea DuVall, Episode #133 with Alice Wu, Episode #27 with Brittani Nichols, Episode #85 with Madeleine Olnek, and Episode #84 with Fawzia Mirza.
01/03/21·52m 31s

Aidan Park

Comedian Aidan Park sits down with Cameron to discuss his book about finding authentic happiness, "The Art of Being Yay!", losing his husband, and not fitting in a box.
22/02/21·1h 3m

Chris Mosier

Athlete Chris Mosier sits down with Cameron to discuss being the first transgender athlete to represent the US in international competition, why trans representation matters, and competing on the world stage despite discrimination in and out of sports.
15/02/21·58m 17s

Hayley Kiyoko

Musician Hayley Kiyoko sits down with Cameron to discuss speaking her truth through her music, living and breathing women, and her new perfume Hue by Hayley Kiyoko.
08/02/21·52m 24s

Iliana Regan

Chef Iliana Regan sits down with Cameron to discuss being on the road in an Airstream, getting a Michelin star, and her bnb, the Milkweed Inn.
01/02/21·53m 34s

Sarah Costello & Kayla Kaszyca

Co-hosts Sarah Costello & Kayla Kaszyca sit down with Cameron to discuss aspec identity, getting excluded from the queer community, and their private and public instances of coming out.
25/01/21·58m 38s

Noelle Stevenson

Note: This guest now goes by ND Stevenson.Showrunner Noelle Stevenson sits down with Cameron to discuss the personal significance of pronouns, decisions when rebooting "She-Ra and the Princess of Power," and naked bodies.
18/01/21·54m 41s

Angela Chen

Author Angela Chen sits down with Cameron to discuss her book Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex, separating sexual attraction from romantic attraction, and common misconceptions about asexuality.
11/01/21·54m 51s

Best of 2020 Part 2

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2020, featuring clips from Episode #159 with Nyle DiMarco, Episode #135 with Glennon Doyle, and Episode #120 with Carmen Maria Machado.
04/01/21·52m 54s

Best of 2020 Part 1

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2020, featuring clips from Episode #163 with Abbi Jacobson, Episode #146 with Brandon Kyle Goodman, and Episode #133 with Alice Wu.
28/12/20·50m 33s

Saeed Jones (re-release)

Original release date: Feb. 10, 2020. Writer Saeed Jones sits down with Cameron to discuss connecting with readers of his work, platonic friendship, and giving and receiving compliments.
21/12/20·1h 4m

Alicia Garza

Activist Alicia Garza sits down with Cameron to discuss her journey as an organizer over the past twenty years, her work as a creator of Black Lives Matter and Black Futures Lab, and her new book The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart.
14/12/20·57m 33s

T'Nia Miller

Actor T'Nia Miller sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up in a matriarchal family, living in London, and her acting journey.
07/12/20·56m 59s

Hiromi Kamata

Filmmaker Hiromi Kamata sits down with Cameron to discuss directing Selena: The Series for Netflix, growing up Japanese-Mexican and Catholic in Mexico, and the impact of movies on her decision to come out.
30/11/20·56m 33s

Parvesh Cheena

Actor Parvesh Cheena sits down with Cameron to discuss the suburb where they grew up, the contradictions of religion, and what it means to grow.
23/11/20·1h 8m

Marlee Grace

Writer Marlee Grace sits down with Cameron to discuss hosting a community radio show, loneliness in quarantine, and her experience writing and releasing books.
16/11/20·58m 2s

Jess Salomon & Eman El-Husseini

Comedians Eman El-Husseini and Jess Salomon sit down with Cameron to discuss being a married Jewish-Palestinian comedy couple, how their relationship blossomed, and coming out to their families and their audiences.
09/11/20·1h

Abbi Jacobson

Comedian Abbi Jacobson sits down with Cameron to discuss playing sports after Title IX, what Abbi was like in high school, and coming out at 32.
02/11/20·57m 8s

Alan Cumming & Chris Sweeney

Actor Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney sit down with Cameron to discuss not wanting to explain yourself over and over again, co-hosting the podcast Homo Sapiens, and acting in quarantine.
26/10/20·59m 23s

Peppermint

Drag performer Peppermint sits down with Cameron to discuss performing virtually in quarantine, being a trans woman in the drag space, and people in relationships with trans folks.
19/10/20·59m 37s

Kareem Tabsch

Filmmaker Kareem Tabsch sits down with Cameron to discuss directing Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado, running Miami's O Cinema, and celebrating "outsiders."
12/10/20·1h

Nyle DiMarco

Actor Nyle DiMarco sits down with Cameron to discuss what it's like being a fourth-generation Deaf person, diversity within the Deaf community, and his new Netflix docuseries Deaf U. Find the video of this episode here: https://youtu.be/GTOHAKwgqv4
05/10/20·54m 41s

Andrew Rannells

Actor Andrew Rannells sits down with Cameron to discuss forgiving his younger self, the anxiety of directing for the first time, and being in a relationship with someone who has kids.
28/09/20·1h

Jes Tom

Comedian Jes Tom sits down with Cameron to discuss adapting to virtual comedy, loving to be perceived in gender, and intention vs. effect.
21/09/20·1h 1m

Jwan Yosef

Artist Jwan Yosef sits down with Cameron to discuss being married to Ricky Martin, his painting process after moving to America, and the greyscale of sexuality.
14/09/20·1h 1m

Liz Feldman

Showrunner Liz Feldman sits down with Cameron to discuss her show Dead to Me on Netflix, her long career working in comedy, and what she learned from working with Ellen.
07/09/20·1h 7m

Casper ter Kuile

Author Casper ter Kuile sits down with Cameron to discuss his beginnings in climate activism, understanding the role of spiritual practices, and how he's been dealing with the JK Rowling catastrophe.
31/08/20·1h 5m

Ashlee Marie Preston + Julianna Brudek

Producer Ashlee Marie Preston and director Julianna Brudek sit down with Cameron to discuss their new documentary Disarm Hate.
24/08/20·52m 9s

Tyler Glenn

Neon Trees Singer Tyler Glenn sits down with Cameron to discuss watching queer movies, being raised Mormon, and coming out at 30.
17/08/20·1h

Phillip Picardi

Journalist Phillip Picardi sits down with Cameron to discuss his fiance who has been working in the ER, what he learned about tokenization in media, and his new podcast Unholier Than Thou.
10/08/20·45m 23s

Elle Hearns

Marsha P. Johnson Institute founder Elle Hearns sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up in Ohio, calling on people to move beyond empathy, and what the institute provides to those who need it.
03/08/20·57m 17s

Michele Rayner-Goolsby

Civil rights attorney Michele Rayner-Goolsby sits down with Cameron to discuss her run (as Michele Rayner) to represent Florida's District 70 in the House, her evolving relationship with religion, and meeting her wife.
27/07/20·1h

Anne McClain (re-release)

Original release date: June 1, 2019. Astronaut Anne McClain sits down with Cameron to discuss her time in the military, being better at molding yourself than being yourself, and what she's learned from being an astronaut who has spent 6 months in space!
13/07/20·1h 1m

Brandon Kyle Goodman

Actor Brandon Kyle Goodman sits down with Cameron to discuss different lanes of activism, racism within the queer community, and equal representation in media vs. performative diversity.
06/07/20·1h 3m

Kara Swisher

Journalist Kara Swisher sits down with Cameron to discuss the recent decision from Twitter to fact check Tr*mp tweets, how the pandemic is accelerating certain business and tech trends, and talking with someone who is politically changing their tune. Be sure to check out Pivot podcast, co-hosted by Kara Swisher!
29/06/20·1h 3m

Leo Sheng

Actor Leo Sheng sits down with Cameron to discuss his response to the JK Rowling essay, going from grad school to playing Micah in The L Word: Generation Q, and what it means to engage in activism.
22/06/20·1h 1m

Alphonso David

Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David sits down with Cameron to discuss the opportunity of the current Black Lives Matter movement, its intersection with the LGBTQ civil rights movement, and action items to assist with the HRC's efforts. Links: www.hrc.org/vote, www.hrc.org/resources, www.hrc.org/election2020
15/06/20·57m 37s

Special Note

No new interview today, but here are some great podcasts hosted by black talent: Scam Goddess, Culture Kings, Yo Is this Racist?, Best Friends with Sasheer Zamata & Nicole Byer, The Read. #BlackLivesMatter
08/06/20·31s

Anne McClain

Astronaut Anne McClain sits down with Cameron to discuss her time in the military, being better at molding yourself than being yourself, and what she's learned from being an astronaut who has spent 6 months in space!
01/06/20·1h 1m

Chasten Buttigieg

Educator Chasten Buttigieg sits down with Cameron to discuss taking or not taking a spouse's last name, queer teachers and students, and how he's been open to and approached with constructive feedback. Chasten's memoir, "I Have Something to Tell You," is now available for pre-order!
25/05/20·1h 4m

Imani Rupert-Gordon

NCLR Executive Director Imani Rupert-Gordon sits down with Cameron to discuss trying to find the right language, not mistaking presence for power, and pursuing her dream of building a pergola.
18/05/20·1h 3m

Tai Leclaire

Comedian Tai Leclaire sits down with Cameron to discuss moving from a corporate to a comedy career, growing up on a reservation, and finding your crew.
11/05/20·1h 2m

Alice Wu (re-release)

Original release date: March 23, 2020. Filmmaker Alice Wu sits down with Cameron to discuss her new movie The Half Of It (now available on Netflix), her first film Saving Face, and acknowledging that discomfort is sometime necessary to make art.
04/05/20·1h 14m

Eve Lindley

Actress Eve Lindley sits down with Cameron to discuss starring in the new show "Dispatches From Elsewhere" on AMC, using fashion to create a character, and how she's working on advocating for herself.
27/04/20·58m 6s

Glennon Doyle

Author Glennon Doyle sits down with Cameron to discuss her new book "Untamed," how she's pivoted throughout life and career, and what it's like being in the honeymoon phase with Abby Wambach.
20/04/20·1h 8m

Nicolle Maroulis

Musician Nicolle Maroulis sits down with Cameron to discuss No More Dysphoria their non-profit organization that helps transgender individuals pay for major aspects of their transition, elective surgeries during a pandemic, and their band Hit Like a Girl. You can donate to No More Dysphoria via PayPal to nomoredysphoria@gmail.com and learn more about it at www.nomoredysphoria.org.
13/04/20·1h

Alice Wu

Filmmaker Alice Wu sits down with Cameron to discuss her new movie The Half Of It (coming to Netflix on May 1st), her first film Saving Face, and acknowledging that discomfort is sometime necessary to make art.
06/04/20·1h 15m

Elyse Fritschel

Epidemiologist Elyse Fritschel zooms with Cameron to discuss ways to properly defend against COVID-19, the role of an epidemiologist, and the new ER experience. See resources below from Elyse to stay informed about COVID-19: Research-oriented/geeky: The CDC's Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/ [wwwnc.cdc.gov] http://91-divoc.com/pages/covid-visualization/ [91-divoc.com] The New England Journal of Medicine: https://www.nejm.org/coronavirus [nejm.org] https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/medicine/sph/ide/gida-fellowships/Imperial-College-COVID19-NPI-modelling-16-03-2020.pdf [nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com] General: I refer to The New York Times often. If you cannot afford a subscription and have a library card, visit your local library's website for details on accessing resources like https://www.nytimes.com https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/03/how-will-coronavirus-end/608719/ [theatlantic.com] Global: Johns Hopkins COVID Tracker: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 [arcgis.com] World Health Organization: https://www.afro.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus-covid-19 [afro.who.int] National: CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [cdc.gov] Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security: http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/resources/COVID-19/index.html [centerforhealthsecurity.org] Check your County and State's local health department websites for local information.
30/03/20·40m 27s

Abby Wambach (re-release)

Original release date: April 8, 2019. Athlete Abby Wambach sits down with Cameron to discuss her new book WOLFPACK, hard conversations with her mom, and building bridges.
23/03/20·1h 7m

Katy Nishimoto

(Special early release due to the cancelation of Cameron’s Save Yourself 2020 Tour. Please consider pre-ordering Save Yourself to support an indie bookstore impacted by cancelations due to the Coronavirus.) Book editor Katy Nishimoto sits down with Cameron to discuss her invisible illness, equating achievement with happiness, and being sober.
13/03/20·1h 6m

Mo Welch

Comedian Mo Welch sits down with Cameron to discuss being a new mom, her comic "Blair," and past relationships.
09/03/20·1h 2m

Bex Taylor-Klaus

Actor Bex Taylor-Klaus sits down with Cameron to discuss knowing their parents as people, moving to LA at 18 to act, and playing Bishop on Deputy on FOX.
02/03/20·1h 4m

Kristin Russo

Activist Kristin Russo sits down with Cameron to discuss gender presentation, finding your support community, and dating versus job interviews.
24/02/20·1h 2m

Georgette Gomez

Council President for the City San Diego Georgette Gomez sits down with Cameron to discuss her role in government, San Diego's relationship with the border, and staying true to herself in public service.
17/02/20·1h

Saeed Jones

Writer Saeed Jones sits down with Cameron to discuss connecting with readers of his work, platonic friendship, and giving and receiving compliments.
10/02/20·1h 2m

Vicky Vox

Drag queen Vicky Vox sits down with Cameron to discuss starting in drag, handling undergarments and eyebrows, and everyone's individual way of processing trauma. Listen to Vicky's new podcast Doing Great on Earwolf!
03/02/20·1h 1m

Teresa Lee

Comedian Teresa Lee sits down with Cameron to discuss her short film "I Think She Likes You," dating a couple, and fighting shame through dance. Watch Teresa's short film, "I Think She Likes You," at https://youtu.be/a450K5VXWzo
27/01/20·1h 3m

Casey McQuiston

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.
20/01/20·1h 3m

Carl Charles

Attorney Carl Charles sits down with Cameron to discuss his work at Lambda Legal.
13/01/20·1h 4m

Carmen Maria Machado

Author Carmen Maria Machado sits down with Cameron to discuss writing while teaching, drawing inspiration from other queer writers, and the genre of body horror.
06/01/20·1h 3m

Best of 2019, Part 2

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2019, featuring clips from Episode #87 with Jazzmyne Robbins, Episode #100 with Adam Rippon, and Episode #75 with Rep. Mark Takano.
30/12/19·36m 1s

Best of 2019, Part 1

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2019, featuring clips from Episode #81 with Abby Wambach, Episode #97 with Kalen Allen, and Episode #94 with Ryan O'Connell.
23/12/19·1h 1m

Amy Spalding

Writer Amy Spalding sits down with Cameron to discuss her day job in marketing, not feeling accepted, and bi identity.
16/12/19·1h 1m

Chani Nicholas

Astrologer Chani Nicholas sits down with Cameron to discuss healing from childhood, reiki, and Cameron's birth chart.
09/12/19·1h 2m

Kit Williamson

Actor Kit Williamson sits down with Cameron to discuss building your own opportunities, therapy, and being from Mississippi. This episode is sponsored by LoveBooks (www.lovebookonline.com/queery), Shameless, and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/queery code: QUEERY).
02/12/19·1h

Arlan Hamilton

Backstage Capital founder Arlan Hamilton sits down with Cameron to discuss investing in the underestimated, creating your own lane, and her new podcast "Your First Million." This episode is sponsored by Showtime's The L Word: Generation Q and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/queery code: QUEERY).
25/11/19·51m 45s

Justin Tranter

Songwriter Justin Tranter sits down with Cameron to discuss marrying themself, the songwriting process, and accepting queer artists as queer icons. This episode is sponsored by Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
18/11/19·1h 3m

Fortune Feimster

Comic Fortune Feimster sits down with Cameron to discuss starting in improv at The Groundlings, learning how to date in her late twenties, and life with her fiancée. This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY) and TodayTix (www.todaytix.com/queery code: QUEERY)
11/11/19·1h 6m

Maggie Thrash

Author Maggie Thrash sits down with Cameron to discuss being in love, writing a memoir, and patrolling within the community. This episode is sponsored by Shameless.
04/11/19·55m 39s

Madame Gandhi

Musician Madame Gandhi sits down with Cameron to discuss starting out as a drummer, being boundaried, and her new album Visions. This episode is sponsored by JCPenny - MSX by Michael Strahan (www.jcp.com).
28/10/19·55m 39s

Jack Thompson

International Mr. Leather Jack Thompson sits down with Cameron to discuss bathhouses, the contest circuit, and carrying multiple identities. This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY)
21/10/19·1h 5m

JD Samson

Musician JD Samson sits down with Cameron to discuss teaching at NYU, facial hair, and the beginnings of Le Tigre.
14/10/19·1h 1m

Leanne Pittsford

Entepreneur Leanne Pittsford sits down with Cameron to discuss founding and running Lesbians Who Tech. This episode is sponsored by Penguin Random House.
06/10/19·57m 42s

Tegan & Sara

Tegan and Sara sit down with Cameron to discuss their new book and album. This episode is sponsored by Macmillan/High School Audiobook and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY)
30/09/19·59m 30s

Jeff Hammerberg

GayRealEstate.com founder Jeff Hammerberg sits down with Cameron to discuss joining the Navy at 17, his religious upbringing, and his journey in real estate that led him to founding GayRealEstate.com. This episode is sponsored by Macmillan/High School Audiobook and Briogeo (www.briogeohair.com code: QUEERY).
23/09/19·1h

Guy Branum

Comedian Guy Branum sits down with Cameron to discuss feeling physically safe on and offstage, defensive gestures, and the changing queer stand up scene. This episode is sponsored by Macmillan/High School Audiobook and Audible (www.audible.com/queery or text QUEERY to 500-500).
15/09/19·1h 2m

Maulik Pancholy

Actor Maulik Pancholy sits down with Cameron to discuss his new book The Best At It, swimwear, and voicing cartoon characters. This episode is sponsored by Briogeo (briogeohair.com code: QUEERY) and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
09/09/19·58m 56s

Brendan Scannell

Actor Brendan Scannell sits down with Cameron to discuss his new show Bonding on Netflix, starting comedy in LA, and coming out at 13. This episode is sponsored by Briogeo (briogeohair.com code: QUEERY).
02/09/19·58m 18s

Amber Hikes

Original release date: July 23, 2018. Executive Director Amber Hikes sits down with Cameron to discuss her role at the Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs, the Philly Pride Flag, and solidarity from your position of privilege.
25/08/19·1h 2m

Adam Rippon

Olympic medalist Adam Rippon sits down with Cameron to discuss finding his passion in skating, wearing a harness to the Oscars, and showing the world who he truly was at the Olympics.
18/08/19·58m 51s

Travon Free

Original release date: June 18, 2018. Comedian Travon Free sits down with Cameron to discuss separating masculinity from sexuality, getting to a point where you no longer have to keep coming out, and how his show will have the first with a queer black lead since Noah’s Arc.
11/08/19·1h 7m

Rebecca Sugar

Original release date: October 9, 2017. Showrunner Rebecca Sugar sits down with Cameron to discuss bi identity, coming out at Comic-Con, and Steven Universe.
05/08/19·1h 6m

Kalen Allen

Host Kalen Allen sits down with Cameron to discuss working on Ellen, not compromising while dating, and how Hollywood is learning to reward people for being themselves. This episode is sponsored by BRIOGEO (www.briogeohair.com code: QUEERY).
29/07/19·54m 18s

E. Alex Jung

Writer E. Alex Jung sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up in Florida, dreaming of a utopia, and how identity influences who you interview and write about. This episode is sponsored by Briogeo (www.briogeohair.com code: QUEERY).
22/07/19·1h 1m

Ian Alexander

Actor Ian Alexander sits down with Cameron to discuss starting testosterone, safe binding, and limiting social media use.
15/07/19·1h 1m

Ryan O'Connell

Writer and actor Ryan O'Connell sits down with Cameron to discuss writing "Special" and it getting picked up by Netflix, owning his disability, and overcoming addiction.This episode is sponsored by JCPenney (www.jcp.com).
08/07/19·1h 1m

Elena Rose Vera

Trans Lifeline Executive Director Elena Rose Vera sits down with Cameron to discuss Trans Lifeline being there for the community, her work with the incarcerated, and remembering to take care of yourself.This episode is sponsored by Keep Calm and Cook On podcast.
01/07/19·1h 3m

Paul Harfleet

Artist Paul Harfleet sits down with Cameron to discuss The Pansy Project, needing gay bars as a safe space, and telling stories through art.This episode is sponsored by Netflix - Tales of Your City podcast and Harry's (www.harrys.com/queery).
24/06/19·58m 24s

Eugene Lee Yang

Filmmaker Eugene Lee Yang sits down with Cameron to discuss going from film school to Buzzfeed, privacy as a public figure, and having a conservative family. This episode is sponsored by Audible (www.audible.com/QUEERY or text QUEERY to 500-500) and Tales of Your City podcast.
17/06/19·1h 10m

Anthony M. Lopez

Actor Anthony M. Lopez sits down with Cameron to discuss his roots in theatre, disabled actors being overlooked even for disabled roles, and online dating.This episode is sponsored by JCPenney (www.jcp.com), American Hysteria podcast, and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/ESPOSITO code: ESPOSITO).
10/06/19·1h

Team Dresch

Punk rock band Team Dresch sits down with Cameron to discuss the beginnings of the band, living in a punk house, and their favorite formative movies.This episode is sponsored by FX - Pose S2, Harry's (www.harrys.com/QUEERY), and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/ESPOSITO code: ESPOSITO).
03/06/19·55m 56s

Elliot Musgrave

Mr. LA Leather Elliot Musgrave sits down with Cameron to discuss working as a trainer, supporting partners of those who are transitioning, and the leather community.
27/05/19·1h

Jazzmyne Robbins

Model Jazzmyne Robbins sits down with Cameron to discuss dealing with toxic comments, body positivity, and eating disorders.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/CAMERON code: CAMERON).
20/05/19·1h 6m

SOAK

Singer/Songwriter SOAK sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up in Ireland, starting to tour at 16, and finding her community in the same-sex marriage movement in Ireland.This episode is sponsored by OMGyes (www.OMGyes.com/queery) and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/CAMERON code: CAMERON).
13/05/19·1h 4m

Madeleine Olnek

Filmmaker Madeleine Olnek sits down with Cameron to discuss her new movie Wild Nights With Emily (out in theaters!), supporting queer movies, and her next move.This episode is sponsored by OMGyes (www.OMGyes.com/queery) and Podcoin app (code: QUEERY).
06/05/19·1h

Fawzia Mirza

Writer Fawzia Mirza sits down with Cameron to discuss living in Chicago, queerness in Muslim tradition, and being a beautiful weirdo in your relationship.This episode is sponsored by the National Partnership for Women and Families (www.nationalpartnership.org/StandTogether).
29/04/19·1h 6m

Sina Grace

Comic book author Sina Grace sits down with Cameron to discuss the X-men metaphor, writing and queering Iceman, and the process of creating a comic book.This episode is sponsored by the National Partnership for Women and Families (www.nationalpartnership.org/StandTogether) and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
22/04/19·1h 9m

Anthony Rapp

Actor Anthony Rapp sits down with Cameron to discuss starring on Rent at 24, holding people accountable for what they say, and the #metoo movement.This episode is sponsored by Care/of (www.takecareof.com code: QUEERY50).
15/04/19·1h 3m

Abby Wambach

Athlete Abby Wambach sits down with Cameron to discuss her new book WOLFPACK, hard conversations with her mom, and building bridges.This episode is sponsored by True Crime Obsessed (www.truecrimeobsessed.com) and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
08/04/19·1h 4m

Micah James

Rapper Micah James sits down with Cameron to discuss growing up as a Jehovah's Witness, being an incredible rapper, and communicating with family.This episode is sponsored by The Powerful Ladies Podcast (www.thepowerfulladies.com code: QUEERY).
01/04/19·1h 2m

Ilene Chaiken

Showrunner/Executive producer Ilene Chaiken sits down with Cameron to discuss the L Word reboot, asking to be invited to L Word parties, and her hopes for future queer content.This episode is sponsored by Candlewick Press - Fat Angie Rebel Girl Revolution (www.candlewick.com), True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/queery code: queery), and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
25/03/19·1h 2m

Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato

Filmmakers Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato sit down with Cameron to discuss our current political state, working with RuPaul, and the impact of Drag Race.This episode is sponsored by Candlewick Press - 'Fat Angie: Rebel Girl Revolution' (www.candlewick.com), Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY), and Billions on Showtime (www.showtime.com code: QUEERY).
18/03/19·59m 47s

Jacob Tobia

Author Jacob Tobia sits down with Cameron to discuss writing a memoir (Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story), having 300% gender, and bugs.This episode is sponsored by Candlewick Press (www.candlewick.com), True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/queery code: QUEERY), and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
11/03/19·1h 4m

Chris Nee

Creator Chris Nee sits down with Cameron to discuss starting at Sesame Street, "babysitting" millions of American children, and feeling like a kid at the adults' table. This episode is sponsored by We Are Okay by Nina LaCour and Billions on Showtime (www.showtime.com code: QUEERY).
04/03/19·1h 1m

Congressman Mark Takano

Congressman Mark Takano sits down with Cameron to discuss entering public service as an out gay person, his Japanese American family's internment during WWII, and the fight to save our republic.This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY) and We Are Okay by Nina LaCour.
25/02/19·1h 9m

Our Lady J

Actress Our Lady J sits down with Cameron to discuss playing piano, divulging private information to friends, and facial expressions.This episode is sponsored by Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY) and True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY).
18/02/19·39m 21s

SF Sketchfest Live: Scott Thompson

Comedian Scott Thompson sits down with Cameron live at SF Sketchfest to discuss performing as an out gay person, Queer Eye, and being seduced by a fan couple.This episode is sponsored by Green Chef (www.greenchef.us/QUEERY).
11/02/19·1h 4m

Julia Turshen

Cookbook author Julia Turshen sits down with Cameron to discuss being a serious kid, bringing a bag of potato chips to a party, and queer food.This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY) and Homesick Candles (www.homesick.com code: QUEERY).
04/02/19·1h 3m

Dan Savage

Writer Dan Savage sits down with Cameron to discuss facing criticism from the right and left, the queer family, and adoption. This episode is sponsored by True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY) and Homesick Candles (www.homesick.com code: QUEERY).
28/01/19·1h 4m

Alexandra Billings

Actress Alexandra Billings sits down with Cameron to discuss finding her family in a drag bar, her earliest experiences walking as an out trans woman in Chicago, and creating safe spaces for the younger generation.
21/01/19·1h

Fran Tirado

Writer Fran Tirado sits down with Cameron to discuss increasing Out Magazine's intersectionality as Deputy Editor, queer icons, and leaning into your queerness. This episode is sponsored by Care/of (www.takecareof.com code: QUEERY50) and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
14/01/19·1h 3m

Fran Dunaway

TomboyX CEO Fran Dunaway sits down with Cameron to discuss inclusive sizing, running a Christian group home, and drawing inspiration from wonderful customer feedback.This episode is sponsored by True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
07/01/19·58m 0s

Best of 2018

A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2018!This episode is sponsored by Outdoor Voices (www.outdoorvoices.com/CAMERON code: CAMERON).
31/12/18·1h 21m

Ira Madison III

Writer Ira Madison III sits down with Cameron to discuss going to Catholic school, how sometimes coming out means giving up privilege, and the childhood activities that predicted their career paths. This episode is sponsored by Daily Harvest (www.dailyharvest.com code: QUEERY).
24/12/18·59m 23s

Julien Baker

Musician Julien Baker sits down with Cameron to discuss articulating your needs, making others feel seen, and her experience with straight edge culture. This episode is sponsored by Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY) and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
17/12/18·1h 3m

Emma McIlroy

Wildfang CEO Emma Mcilroy sits down with Cameron to discuss the ups and downs of being a startup CEO, abortion clinics, and earning respect. This episode is sponsored by Outdoor Voices (www.outdoorvoices.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
10/12/18·1h 5m

Wade Davis

Thought leader Wade Davis sits down with Cameron to discuss playing in the NFL, antiblackness within the gay community, and the empathy gap.This episode is sponsored by Wildfang (www.wildfang.com code: QUEERY) and Daily Harvest (www.dailyharvest.com code: QUEERY).
03/12/18·1h

Sarah Kate Ellis

President & CEO of GLAAD Sarah Kate Ellis sits down with Cameron to discuss the work of GLAAD, storytelling's power to humanize, and questioning why roles are too often constrained to one gender. This episode is sponsored by Wildfang (www.wildfang.com code: QUEERY), Helix Sleep (www.helixsleep.com/QUEERY), and Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY).
26/11/18·1h 6m

London Podcast Fest Live: Mae Martin

Comedian Mae Martin sits down with Cameron live at the London Podcast Festival to discuss starting standup at 13 years old and her new book. Plus, Cameron chats with iwantPrEPnow co-founder, Greg Owen. This episode is sponsored by Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY) and Wildfang (www.wildfang.com code: QUEERY).
19/11/18·1h 11m

Lydia Polgreen

HuffPost editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen sits down with Cameron to discuss her early draw to journalism, staying true to yourself while being queer abroad, and the future of American politics.This episode is sponsored by Wildfang (www.wildfang.com code: QUEERY) and Poshmark (code: QUEERY5).
12/11/18·1h 14m

Garrard Conley

Author Garrard Conley sits down with Cameron to discuss his memoir turned major motion picture Boy Erased, his experience with conversion therapy, and the new podcast UnErased.This episode is sponsored by Wildfang (www.wildfang.com code: QUEERY), Daily Harvest (www.daily-harvest.com code: QUEERY), and Helix Sleep (www.helixsleep.com/QUEERY).
05/11/18·1h 10m

Yes on 3 w/ Ariel Sussman and Kasey Suffredini

Don't forget to vote Yes on 3! Ariel Sussman (Communications Specialist) and Kasey Suffredini (Campaign Co-Chair, President of Strategy at Freedom for All Americans) chat with Cameron about the importance of voting Yes on 3 to protect transgender people from discrimination and their own personal relationships with activism. This episode is sponsored by Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY) and Poshmark (code: QUEERY5).
29/10/18·1h 5m

Riese Bernard

Autostraddle CEO and co-founder Riese Bernard sits down with Cameron to discuss dealing with criticism from within the community, building Autostraddle and A-Camp, and working as a sex worker.This episode is sponsored by Daniel's Husband (www.danielshusband.com), Penguin Random House - She Wants It by Jill Solloway, and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
22/10/18·1h 10m

Nik Kacy

Shoeline founder Nik Kacy sits down with Cameron to discuss Equality Fashion Week, gendered bathrooms, and shoes!This episode is sponsored by Helix Sleep (www.helixsleep.com/QUEERY) and Penguin Random House.
15/10/18·1h 7m

Todd Glass

Comedian Todd Glass sits down with Cameron to discuss opening for Patti Labelle at 19, performing stand up before coming out, and learning from your own experiences to show love to everyone. This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), Harper Collins Children's Books, and True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/queery code: queery).
08/10/18·1h 20m

Riley Silverman

Comedian Riley Silverman sits down with Cameron to discuss shopping for clothes, Doctor Who, and fights on the internet.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), Outdoor Voices (www.outdoorvoices.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), and Backblaze (www.backblaze.com/QUEERY).
01/10/18·1h 10m

Jen Ruggirello

Producer Jen Ruggirello sits down with Cameron to discuss her first time asking someone out, the model minority myth, and presentation through hairstyle and clothing.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), Helix Sleep (www.helixsleep.com/QUEERY), and True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
24/09/18·1h 12m

Amit Paley

The Trevor Project CEO Amit Paley sits down with Cameron to discuss the impact of messaging, services The Trevor Project offers (1-866-4U-TREVOR), and its volunteer opportunities.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY), and Audible (www.audible.com/QUEERY or text QUEERY to 500500).
17/09/18·1h 7m

Tig Notaro

Comedian Tig Notaro sits down with Cameron to discuss what counts as selfish, doing stand up for the first time, and adoption.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY), True and Company (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY), and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
10/09/18·1h 14m

Jacqueline Woodson

Writer Jacqueline Woodson sits down with Cameron to discuss literature as an introduction to intersectionality, microaggressions, and writing stories that mean something to you. This episode is sponsored by Backblaze (www.backblaze.com/queery), Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY), and True and Company (www.trueandco.com/queery code: QUEERY).
03/09/18·58m 54s

Kim Fountain

Center on Halsted COO Kim Fountain sits down with Cameron to discuss the work of Center on Halsted, antiviolence programs, and having community wherever you go.This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY) and HelloFresh (www.hellofresh.com/QUEERY60 code: QUEERY60).
27/08/18·1h 4m

Brian Jordan Alvarez

Actor Brian Jordan Alvarez sits down with Cameron to discuss making The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo, what “perfect” can mean, and sobriety.This episode is sponsored by Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY) and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
20/08/18·1h 5m

Virginia Bauman and Iris Bainum-Houle

Cuties owners Virginia Bauman and Iris Bainum-Houle sit down with Cameron to discuss their queer-owned coffee shop, community, and the challenges of running a small business.This episode is sponsored by Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY) and RXBAR (www.rxbar.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
13/08/18·1h 14m

Murray Hill

Comedian Murray Hill sits down with Cameron to discuss the performance scene in New York, making your own space, and adapting to different audiences.This episode is sponsored by BarkBox (www.barkbox.com/QUEERY) and Pact (www.wearpact.com code: QUEERY).
06/08/18·1h

Pony Lee

Folklore owner Pony Lee sits down with Cameron to discuss hair, Dyke Day LA, and finding balance in gender expression. This episode is sponsored by The Capitol Theatre (www.capitoltheatre.com), Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY), and TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY).
30/07/18·1h 8m

Amber Hikes

Executive Director Amber Hikes sits down with Cameron to discuss her role at the Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs, the Philly Pride Flag, and solidarity from your position of privilege. This episode is sponsored by Kopari (www.koparibeauty.com/QUEERY) and Care/Of (www.takecareof.com code: QUEERY).
23/07/18·1h 6m

LP

Singer/songwriter LP sits down with Cameron to discuss pursuing an unconventional career, touring while in a relationship, and the nature of her nickname.
16/07/18·1h 5m

Josh Thomas

Comedian Josh Thomas sits down with Cameron about his experience at the American DMV, casting queer folks in queer TV and movie roles, and the changing conversation in Australia. This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
09/07/18·1h 4m

Blair Imani

Activist Blair Imani sits down with Cameron to discuss politicized hair, converting to Islam, and her relationship with faith.This episode is sponsored by Skylar (www.skylar.com/QUEERY) and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
02/07/18·1h 1m

Grace Bonney

Design*Sponge founder Grace Bonney sits down with Cameron to discuss her new magazine Good Company, sometimes making money doing what you love, and how you don't need to fit into a specific box to be queer.This episode is sponsored by Gunpowder & Sky.
25/06/18·1h 4m

Travon Free

Comedian Travon Free sits down with Cameron to discuss separating masculinity from sexuality, getting to a point where you no longer have to keep coming out, and how his show (Camping on HBO) will be the first with a queer black lead since Noah’s Arc. This episode is sponsored by Audible (www.audible.com/QUEERY or text QUEERY to 500-500).
18/06/18·1h 10m

Larkin Christie

Activist Larkin Christie sits down with Cameron to discuss their experience with alternative schooling, being nonbinary, and often feeling patronized as a youth activist. This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY) and Away (www.awaytravel.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
11/06/18·1h 4m

Vulture Fest Live: Lea DeLaria

Actor Lea DeLaria sits down with Cameron live at Vulture Fest to discuss her role in paving the way for queer actors, getting left out of history, and sex.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY) and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
04/06/18·1h 9m

Trixie Mattel

Drag queen Trixie Mattel sits down with Cameron to discuss peeing in drag, Americana folk music, and Provincetown.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERYNEUTRAL code: QUEERYNEUTRAL), SugarBearHair (www.sugarbearhair.com/QUEERY), and HelloFresh (www.hellofresh.com/queery30 code: QUEERY30).
28/05/18·1h 14m

Alia Shawkat

Actor Alia Shawkat sits down with Cameron to discuss her new movie Duck Butter, acting at a young age, and how sexiness is what you're exuding into the world.This episode is sponsored by Care/Of (www.takecareof.com code: QUEERY) and SugarBearHair (www.sugarbearhair.com/QUEERY).
21/05/18·1h 8m

Dawn Laguens

Planned Parenthood EVP Dawn Laguens sits down with Cameron to discuss the significance of Planned Parenthood, how knowing that your body is your own is the way to freedom, and being a service provider.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERYNEUTRAL code: QUEERYNEUTRAL), SugarBearHair (www.sugarbearhair.com/QUEERY), and HelloFresh (www.hellofresh.com/QUEERY30 code: QUEERY30).
14/05/18·1h 9m

Roxane Gay

Writer Roxane Gay sits down with Cameron to discuss dating history, the pressure of representation, and the urgency to write about the current cultural moment. This episode is sponsored by EverlyWell (www.everlywell.com code: QUEERY), TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERYNEUTRAL code QUEERYNEUTRAL), and Casper Mattresses (www.casper.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
07/05/18·1h 10m

JFL NorthWest Live: Darcy Michael and Rhea Butcher

Note: A guest in this episode now goes by River Butcher.Comedians Darcy Michael and Rhea Butcher sit down with Cameron live at JFL NorthWest to discuss their roles as standup comics, identifying as gender nonbinary, and being in a different place than your partner in a relationship. This episode is sponsored by Tripping.com (www.tripping.com/QUEERY), TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), and Modclotch (www.modcloth.com code: QUEERY).
30/04/18·1h 29m

Clea DuVall

Actor Clea DuVall sits down with Cameron to discuss fighting for yourself, loving yourself, and auditioning for Veep.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY) and Away (www.awaytravel.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY).
23/04/18·1h 8m

Gaby Dunn

Comedian Gaby Dunn sits down with Cameron to discuss YouTube's impact on the entertainment industry, shadow culture, and how society can influence our decisions.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (www.tomboyx.com/QUEERY code: QUEERY), EverlyWell (www.everlywell.com/QUEERY), and Zola (www.zola.com/QUEERY).
16/04/18·1h 8m

Margaret Cho

Comedian Margaret Cho sits down with Cameron to discuss always being up-to-date within the community, staying stoked on stand-up, and being inspired by younger people.This episode is sponsored by Tripping.com (www.tripping.com/QUEERY).
09/04/18·1h 7m

Bryan Safi

Comedian Bryan Safi sits down with Cameron to discuss his experience with his parents, homophobia and misplaced misogyny, and being punished for showing femininity.This episode is sponsored by EverlyWell (www.everlywell.com code: QUEERY).
02/04/18·1h 3m

Brittani Nichols

Comedian Brittani Nichols sits down with Cameron to discuss her feature film Suicide Kale, playing basketball, and those moments that change how you move through the world. This episode is sponsored by Zola, TomboyX (code: QUEERY) and Casper Mattresses (code: QUEERY).
26/03/18·1h 5m

Andrea Gibson

Poet Andrea Gibson sits down with Cameron to discuss the politicization of queer love, being an overcommunicator, and stagefright.This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (code: QUEERY) and Tripping.com (www.tripping.com/QUEERY).
19/03/18·1h 18m

Jeffrey Marsh

Writer Jeffrey Marsh sits down with Cameron to discuss pronouns, existing within a community, and undermining the "separateness."This episode is sponsored by Harper Collins Children's Books and Night Call.
12/03/18·1h 8m

Lena Waithe

Cameron sits down with show creator Lena Waithe to discuss dressing as yourself at formal events, the need for at least one show with a queer POC as the lead, and her new show The Chi on Showtime.
05/03/18·1h

Jenny Owen Youngs

Cameron sits down with musician Jenny Owen Youngs to discuss high school experiences, worst fears before coming out, and the comfort and ease after coming out
18/12/17·1h 6m

Eva Sweeney

Cameron sits down with writer Eva Sweeney to discuss being infantilized as a disabled person, her relationship with her parents, and the time she was sent to the E.R. for no good reason.
11/12/17·56m 19s

AW

Cameron sits down with musician AW to discuss transitioning their name, being honest to their fan base, and what it was like to be on a honeymoon on election night.
04/12/17·1h 7m

Gabe Liedman

Cameron sits down with comedian Gabe Liedman to discuss the impact of starting in improv comedy, feeling cool for the first time, and being proposed to.
27/11/17·1h 3m

Janine Brito

Cameron sits down with comic Janine Brito to discuss adapting to new cities, going through cancer treatment as a teenager, and making friends as an adult.
20/11/17·1h 3m

Vivek Shraya

Cameron sits down with artist Vivek Shraya to discuss the effect of colonization on the understanding of queerness, Hindu and Indian masculinity, and the importance of listening for white audiences.
13/11/17·1h 3m

Andrew Gurza

Cameron sits down with disability awareness consultant Andrew Gurza to discuss the lack of representation of the disabled in the queer community, access to queer bars, and being sexy.
06/11/17·1h 3m

Mary Lambert

Cameron sits down with musician Mary Lambert to discuss the importance of empathy and vulnerability, being raised religious, and taking control of your own healing.
30/10/17·1h 12m

Kathy Tu

Cameron sits down with podcaster Kathy Tu to discuss being "homoromantic," coming out to Mom, and the difficulties of straddling separate worlds and identities.Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe @ smarturl.it/queeryLike what you hear? Check out Ethnically Ambiguous @ smarturl.it/ambiguousHave a sec? Check out our survey @ smarturl.it/feralsurvey
23/10/17·1h 5m

Shadi Petosky

Cameron sits down with showrunner Shadi Petosky to discuss her path to Danger & Eggs, being a self-sufficient kid, and being made to feel like "the enemy."
16/10/17·1h 7m

Rebecca Sugar

Cameron sits down with showrunner Rebecca Sugar to discuss the importance of queer animated content, being bi and out, and using art to be and feel safe.
09/10/17·1h 8m

Sara Quin

Cameron sits down with musician Sara Quin to discuss being friends with straight guys, parental influence, and how style and appearance can impact identity.
02/10/17·1h 16m

Tegan Quin

Cameron sits down with musician Tegan Quin to discuss activism as a performer, the beginnings of Tegan and Sara, and no longer apologizing for success.
25/09/17·1h 5m

Evan Rachel Wood

Cameron sits down with actor Evan Rachel Wood to discuss pregnancy and motherhood, being a sexual assault survivor, and what it means to stay and fight.
18/09/17·1h 10m

Jen Richards

Cameron sits down with actor Jen Richards to discuss high school experience, taking up space, and stopping violence against trans women.
11/09/17·1h 5m

Casey Ley

Cameron sits down with comedian Casey Ley to discuss knowing otherness, coming out of the closet twice, and his experience being openly HIV positive.
04/09/17·1h 10m

Stephanie Beatriz

Cameron sits down with actor Stephanie Beatriz to discuss being too hard on yourself, bi erasure, and experience with eating disorders.
28/08/17·1h 1m

Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

Cameron sits down with actor Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman to discuss his experience as Jay on UnReal, growing up in Canada, and never being in the closet.
24/08/17·1h 6m

Andrea Fontenot

Cameron sits down with professor Andrea Fontenot to discuss class-passing, parenting, and getting schooled on queery theory.
21/08/17·1h 6m

Madin Lopez

Cameron sits down with philanthropist Madin Lopez to discuss the importance of haircuts, RuPaul's influence, and ProjectQ.
17/08/17·1h 3m

Jill Soloway

Cameron sits down with artist Jill Soloway to discuss understanding patriarchy at a young age, living in Chicago, and inadvertently being a spokesperson.
14/08/17·1h 6m

Solomon Georgio

Cameron sits down with comedian Solomon Georgio to discuss his first plane ride to the U.S., code-switching, and family dynamics.
10/08/17·1h

Rhea Butcher

Note: This guest now goes by River Butcher.Cameron sits down with comedian Rhea Butcher to discuss being wives, growing up in Akron, and gender identity. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe @ smarturl.it/queeryLike what you hear? Check out Ethnically Ambiguous @ smarturl.it/ambiguous Have a sec? Check out our survey @ smarturl.it/feralsurvey 
05/08/17·1h 4m
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