Best Queery podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
Related podcasts: Lgbtq Cameron Esposito Communities Identity Interview Gay Media Culture Society LGBT Featured FM Nonbinary Genderqueer & Lens Ast Records Rhea Butcher Records Criticism Aspecialthing  
Queery public [search 0]
×
Join millions of Player FM users today to get Queery news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the podcast app that refuses to compromise … it's free and easy.
Podcast smarter! Player FM is free and easy.
show episodes
 
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.
 
Comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher bring you fresh sets and backstage interviews from all of your favorite comedians. All in front of a live UCB audience. Get ready to clap!
 
H
History is Gay
Monthly+
 
History is Gay is a podcast that examines the underappreciated and overlooked queer ladies, gents, and gentle-enbies that have always been there in the unexplored corners of history. Because history has never been as straight as you think. Follow us on social media! @historyisgaypod on twitter, historyisgaypodcast on tumblr, and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts!
 
M
Media Queery
Monthly+
 
We're here! We're queer! And we're audience members stuck inside an ever-shifting media landscape! Cultural critics Kyle Turner and Conner Good turn to the pulse of today's films, TV shows, and pop culture to inject the queer lens into reviews, discussions, and pontifications.
 
Loading …
show series
 
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).…
 
Cam and Rhea talk pants, lube and college. Sets from Mary Sasson, Heather Thomson, Sean Hamrin, Olga Koch and Bobcat Goldthwait.
 
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).
 
Cam talks pants, Lord Voldemort and noise sensitivity. Sets from Myq Kaplan, Kai Choyce, Barry Rothbart and Eli Olsberg.
 
It’s that time of year again, time for the second annual live episode of History is Gay, live-recorded at TGIFemslash, the convention that birthed our little podcast! Join Leigh, Gretchen, and special guest host Morgan as they discuss the origins of queer censorship in the 20th century. They dive into the Hays Code, lesbian pulp fiction, and br ...…
 
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).
 
Cam and Rhea talk Green Book, Operation Ivy and Hit Stix. Sets from Kate Willett, Jared Goldstein, Hannah Einbinder, Geoff Tate and Neel Nanda.
 
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.
 
Cam & Rhea talk Grover, cereal and sisters. Sets from Blake Wexler, Anna Seregina, DeAnne Smith and Josh Sharp.
 
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).
 
Cam and Rhea talk pig feet, Puss n Boots and "Big." Sets from Kiran Deol, Ahamed Weinberg and Sarah Sherman.
 
February means love and Black History, so join Gretchen and Leigh as they celebrate both by diving into into the life and work of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin! Due to his being gay, Rustin’s role as advisor to Martin Luther King, Jr. and in organizing the 1963 March on Washington was actively erased for several decades. Fortunately, he’s ...…
 
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).
 
Cam and Rhea talk heart surgery, flat tires and political t-shirts. Sets from Andrew Sleighter, Georgea Brooks, Nic Novicki, Hampton Yount and Marcella Arguello.
 
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).
 
Cam and Rhea talk travel, Tempe and Tampa. Sets from Allen Strickland Williams, Ayo Edebiri, Michael Palascak, Julia Hladkowicz and David Gborie.
 
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).
 
Rhea talks ancestry, Boise and sad guns. Sets from John Hastings, Mary Mack, J.B. Ball and Debra DiGiovanni.
 
What better way to celebrate the New Year than with a new episode of History is Gay? This time, Gretchen and Leigh dive into the brief, controversial, and totally extra reign of Emperor Elagabalus of Rome. Or rather, Empress Elagabalus! Whether it be marrying multiple wives and one husband, revolutionizing the Roman religion, installing women a ...…
 
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.
 
Cam & Rhea talk Boise, Empire Carpet and Lent lunch. Sets from Zach Sims and Dave Ross.
 
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).
 
Cam and Rhea talk drip coffee, Harry Potter and phone calls. Sets from Andy Iwancio, Jamel Johnson, Solomon Georgio and Mo Welch, and a chat with Bob Odenkirk.
 
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).
 
(This is a rebroadcast from 2/28/2013. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.) Peerless sets from Rory Scovel, Myq Kaplan, Beth Stelling, Greg Barris, Rhea Butcher, and Paul F. Tompkins as "Cake Boss." Cameo from Bruce McCulloch, and your host Cameron Es ...…
 
A compilation of some of the best Queery conversations from 2018! This episode is sponsored by Outdoor Voices (www.outdoorvoices.com/CAMERON code: CAMERON).
 
(This is a rebroadcast from 2/04/2016. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.) Fabulous sets from Megan Gailey, Eric Dadourian, James Davis, Stone and Stone, Janine Brito and your hosts Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher.…
 
In this episode, Gretchen and Leigh talk about Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist best known for her many self-portraits and for works inspired by nature and the culture and artifacts of Mexico. She may be known for her unibrow, but that’s far from the most important aspect of her art or her story or her art. In keeping with her self-exploration of ...…
 
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).
 
(This is a rebroadcast from 10/09/2014. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.) Grand sets from Bobcat Goldthwait, Jamie Lee, Chris Garcia, Katie Crown. Chat with Anthony Jeselnik, and your hosts Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher.…
 
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).
 
(This is a rebroadcast from 3/13/2015. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.) Phenomenal sets from Hannibal Buress, Howard Kremer, Nicole Byer, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Ahmed Bharoocha, Grant Pardee, and your hosts Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher.…
 
Welcome to our first Letters & Queeries minisode, where we hear from our listeners and share stories! In this inaugural bonus, we're sharing with you the fabulous haunting calling cards of several History is Gay listener ghosts. We also have an announcement regarding a schedule change for regular History is Gay episodes. Submission to Letters & ...…
 
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).
 
(This is a rebroadcast from 4/23/2013. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.) Terrific sets from Reggie Watts, Karen Kilgariff, Seth Herzog, Ben Kronberg, Andy Wood, Rhea Butcher, and your host Cameron Esposito. Recorded live at the Bridgetown Comedy Fe ...…
 
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).
 
Rhea talks Dress Barn, crystals and DivaCups. Sets from Candy Lawrence, Cara Connors, Chris Martin and Howard Kremer.
 
We’ve got a special episode for you this time, gayvenclaws! Gretchen is taking care of a family medical emergency, so join Leigh and special guest Hayden Smith as they discuss the famous WWI soldier Siegfried Sassoon. A writer, poet, and novelist known for his anti-jingoist, anti-war poetry, Sassoon was willing to showcase the horrors of the tr ...…
 
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).…
 
Cam talks Delta Diamond Medallion status, internet sleuths and Thanksgiving. Sets from Jackie Kashian, Mekki Leeper and Garrick Bernard.
 
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).…
 
Rhea talks West Elm, Farmers Only and "My Girl." Sets from Mike Mulloy, Amy Miller, Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, Robby Hoffman and Ian Karmel, and a chat with Amy and Ian.
 
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).
 
Cam talks Lent, Gray's Anatomy and the election. Sets from Mary Lynn Rajskub, Emily Catalano and Louis Katz, and a chat with Moses Storm. Check out Louis' new album Katzkills today!
 
What would an exploration of the Wilde family be without taking a closer look at Oscar Wilde’s ‘virulently lesbian’ niece Dolly Wilde? Gretchen and Leigh take you on a journey to learn more about this elusive personality. Unlike her uncle, Dolly left little written work behind and is best known from her letters and from what other people have t ...…
 
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).…
 
Rhea talks cigarette holders, Halloween and activism hotels. Sets from Courtney Karwal, JoAnn Schinderle and Matt Kirshen.
 
Hello again, guys, gals and ghouls, and welcome to a fun Halloween minisode! This week, Leigh & Gretchen bring you an interview with our second Queer Ghost Hunter of the month, Shane McLelland! Shane is one of the co-founders of the Stonewall Columbus Queer Ghost Hunters group, and he had lots to say about the paranormal, queer entities, and hi ...…
 
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 spon ...…
 
Rhea talks Franklin Avenue, love and the Twin Cities. Sets from Erin Lennox, Karl Hess, Melanie Maras, Josh Sharp and Chris Thayer.
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login