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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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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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2892 Ratings
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Great, but can be irksome

By merewom - May 26 2020
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I need to start by saying I love this podcast. I love the stories, the guests, and the journeys. That being said, Cameron has the ability to turn every conversation into her own life story. I get it, it makes what the guest says relatable! But it also turns it into a show that makes the guest the second most important thing. The constant interruptions just to say “oh I want to talk about that later” drives me nuts. And, of course, the long thoughtful pauses that completely take me out of the story being told to check to see if my phone stopped working. I do remember Cameron saying she believes the pauses are important so the listener can understand her thought process, but oof. I know this seems like a lot of negativity, but I do truly love this podcast and I love what it does to try to unite the queer community AND it gives people outside of the community a new perspective. I just wish it would focus more on the fascinating and inspiring guest rather than the host.

HEY I LOVE THIS!

By AgentChange - Dec 29 2019
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HEY I LOVE THIS! HEY I LOVE THIS!

iTunes Ratings

2892 Ratings
Average Ratings
2713
75
18
22
64

Great, but can be irksome

By merewom - May 26 2020
Read more
I need to start by saying I love this podcast. I love the stories, the guests, and the journeys. That being said, Cameron has the ability to turn every conversation into her own life story. I get it, it makes what the guest says relatable! But it also turns it into a show that makes the guest the second most important thing. The constant interruptions just to say “oh I want to talk about that later” drives me nuts. And, of course, the long thoughtful pauses that completely take me out of the story being told to check to see if my phone stopped working. I do remember Cameron saying she believes the pauses are important so the listener can understand her thought process, but oof. I know this seems like a lot of negativity, but I do truly love this podcast and I love what it does to try to unite the queer community AND it gives people outside of the community a new perspective. I just wish it would focus more on the fascinating and inspiring guest rather than the host.

HEY I LOVE THIS!

By AgentChange - Dec 29 2019
Read more
HEY I LOVE THIS! HEY I LOVE THIS!
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QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

Latest release on Jul 06, 2020

All 146 episodes from oldest to newest

146. Brandon Kyle Goodman

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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.

Jul 06 2020

1hr 3mins

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145. Kara Swisher

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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!

Jun 29 2020

1hr 3mins

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144. Leo Sheng

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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.

Jun 22 2020

1hr 1min

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143. Alphonso David

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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

Jun 15 2020

57mins

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142. Special Note

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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

Jun 08 2020

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141. Anne McClain

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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!

Jun 01 2020

1hr 1min

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140. Chasten Buttigieg

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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!

May 25 2020

1hr 5mins

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139. Imani Rupert-Gordon

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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.

May 18 2020

1hr 3mins

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138. Tai Leclaire

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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.

May 11 2020

1hr 2mins

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137. Alice Wu (re-release)

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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.

May 04 2020

1hr 14mins

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