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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.
 
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!
 
Featuring a wide assortment of interviews and event archives, the MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing podcast features the best of our field's critical analysis, collaborative research, and design -- all across a variety of media arts, forms, and practices.You can learn more about us, including info about our faculty and academic programs and how to join us in person for events, at cmsw.mit.edu.
 
A podcast about making and performing music, by Montaigne, for the people.
 
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Let's Get Serious
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In-depth interviews with ambitious creative people. Based out of Chicago, guests tend to be from the world of improv and sketch comedy with occasional forays into music and other creative disciplines. Kendall is an artist, musician and filmmaker originally from Cincinnati, OH.
 
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Going Through It
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Do I quit or do I keep going? Join Ann Friedman in a series of intimate, revealing conversations with guests Rebecca Traister, Soledad O’Brien, Samin Nosrat, Hillary Clinton, and others about the moments in their lives when they faced that question. Whether it's a relationship, a career, or some other ongoing personal struggle, the answer is never easy. But the wisdom contained in these honest assessments will resonate with listeners going through similar moments of truth in their own lives.
 
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Queer As Ever
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Queer As Ever the podcast of queer news and culture.
 
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The glaadcast
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For Pride 2018, GLAAD, the world's largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, is launching a podcast! We provide interviews with queer movers and shakers as well as an LGBTQ lens on the news to keep the community well-informed.
 
"I wanted to create a space to hold honest, open, candid conversations where no subject is off limits or taboo, with some of the best and brightest of our lifetime. I’m interested in delving into the minds of ‘Others’. The odd ones out, the queer kin, the bi-racial, gender-fluid, outspoken, courageous and crazy phenomenons who fall outside of the status-quo, dance joyfully in the margins of ‘Otherness’ and have managed to make an authentic, impactful mark against all odds. Maya Angelou said ...
 
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Musician JD Samson sits down with Cameron to discuss teaching at NYU, facial hair, and the beginnings of Le Tigre.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Musician JD Samson sits down with Cameron to discuss teaching at NYU, facial hair, and the beginnings of Le Tigre.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Entepreneur Leanne Pittsford sits down with Cameron to discuss founding and running Lesbians Who Tech. This episode is sponsored by Penguin Random House.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Entepreneur Leanne Pittsford sits down with Cameron to discuss founding and running Lesbians Who Tech. This episode is sponsored by Penguin Random House.By Cameron Esposito.
 
At this week’s colloquium, Helen Elaine Lee reads from the manuscript of her novel, Pomegranate, about a recovering addict who is getting out of prison and trying to stay clean, regain custody of her children, and choose life. Professor Lee, who teaches writing in Comparative Media Studies/Writing, is also Director of MIT’s Program in Women’s & ...…
 
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)By Cameron Esposito.
 
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)By Cameron Esposito.
 
Computer programming is a general-purpose way of using computation. It can be instrumental (oriented toward a predefined end, as with the development of well-specified apps and Web services) or exploratory (used for artistic work and intellectual inquiry). Professor Nick Monfort’s emphasis in this talk, as in his own work, is on exploratory pro ...…
 
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).…
 
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).…
 
While the appeal of games may be universal and satisfy our innate desire to play, the powerful dynamics that govern our behavior within games is even more interesting than the play itself. Can we broaden our understanding of play mechanisms by applying the subliminal mechanics of play beyond games? In this episode, Christopher Weaver, Founder o ...…
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Our final episode! Rhea talks gratitude, Mrs. Doubtfire and BB guns. Sets from Georgea Brooks, Anna Seregina and Paul F. Tompkins.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Our final episode! Rhea talks gratitude, Mrs. Doubtfire and BB guns. Sets from Georgea Brooks, Anna Seregina and Paul F. Tompkins.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
Rhea talks therapy parakeets, toilet mice and Toad the Wet Sprocket. Sets from Ahamed Weinberg, Kiran Deol, Jonah Ray and Debra DiGiovanni.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Rhea talks therapy parakeets, toilet mice and Toad the Wet Sprocket. Sets from Ahamed Weinberg, Kiran Deol, Jonah Ray and Debra DiGiovanni.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
Cam talks "The Master," the margarita and the Madonna. Sets from Shane Torres, Clark Jones and Sierra Katow.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Cam talks "The Master," the margarita and the Madonna. Sets from Shane Torres, Clark Jones and Sierra Katow.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Actor Ian Alexander sits down with Cameron to discuss starting testosterone, safe binding, and limiting social media use.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Actor Ian Alexander sits down with Cameron to discuss starting testosterone, safe binding, and limiting social media use.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Cam talks PYHT, reincarnation and Janelle Monáe. Sets from Brent Sullivan, Greg Barris, Amy Estes, Sasheer Zamata and Casey Ley.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Cam talks PYHT, reincarnation and Janelle Monáe. Sets from Brent Sullivan, Greg Barris, Amy Estes, Sasheer Zamata and Casey Ley.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
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.By Cameron Esposito.
 
Rhea talks dead ends, Orbitz and astrology. Sets from Rob Haze, Tess Barker, Katrina Davis, Jared Logan and Renee Gauthier.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Rhea talks dead ends, Orbitz and astrology. Sets from Rob Haze, Tess Barker, Katrina Davis, Jared Logan and Renee Gauthier.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
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).By Cameron Esposito.
 
Rhea talks traffic, parents and public restrooms. Sets from Pete Holmes, Hannah Boone, Will Miles and Teresa Lee.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
Rhea talks traffic, parents and public restrooms. Sets from Pete Holmes, Hannah Boone, Will Miles and Teresa Lee.By Put Your Hands Together.
 
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