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QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

Earwolf

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.

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.

Location:

United States

Networks:

Earwolf

Description:

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.

Language:

English


Episodes

147. Anne McClain (re-release)

7/13/2020
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!

Duration:01:01:55

146. Brandon Kyle Goodman

7/6/2020
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.

Duration:01:07:03

145. Kara Swisher

6/29/2020
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!

Duration:01:05:28

144. Leo Sheng

6/22/2020
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.

Duration:01:05:25

143. Alphonso David

6/15/2020
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

Duration:01:00:51

142. Special Note

6/8/2020
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

Duration:00:00:31

141. Anne McClain

6/1/2020
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!

Duration:01:03:06

140. Chasten Buttigieg

5/25/2020
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!

Duration:01:05:17

139. Imani Rupert-Gordon

5/18/2020
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.

Duration:01:03:45

138. Tai Leclaire

5/11/2020
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.

Duration:01:03:53

137. Alice Wu (re-release)

5/4/2020
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.

Duration:01:15:41

136. Eve Lindley

4/27/2020
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.

Duration:00:59:29

135. Glennon Doyle

4/20/2020
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.

Duration:01:08:57

134. Nicolle Maroulis

4/13/2020
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.

Duration:01:02:19

133. Alice Wu

4/6/2020
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.

Duration:01:16:20

132. Elyse Fritschel

3/30/2020
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]...

Duration:00:40:42

131. Abby Wambach (re-release)

3/23/2020
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.

Duration:01:11:03

130. Katy Nishimoto

3/13/2020
(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.

Duration:01:08:09

129. Mo Welch

3/9/2020
Comedian Mo Welch sits down with Cameron to discuss being a new mom, her comic "Blair," and past relationships.

Duration:01:05:23

128. Bex Taylor-Klaus

3/2/2020
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.

Duration:01:06:56