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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.
Katie Pruitt

Katie Pruitt

2022-11-2146:26

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.
Jacqueline Toboni

Jacqueline Toboni

2022-11-1451:31

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.
Drag Queen Supercut

Drag Queen Supercut

2022-11-0759:50

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).
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.
Kelly Fields

Kelly Fields

2022-10-2452:03

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.
ER Fightmaster

ER Fightmaster

2022-10-1745:17

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.
Jules Ohman

Jules Ohman

2022-10-1048:56

Author Jules Ohman sits down with Cameron to discuss modeling at a young age, working in high schools, and their debut novel BODY GRAMMAR.
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.
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.
Andrea Lawlor (Re-Release)

Andrea Lawlor (Re-Release)

2022-09-1901:06:40

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.
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.
Big Dipper

Big Dipper

2022-09-0555:43

Recording artist Big Dipper sits down with Cameron to discuss body, enjoying being single, and confidence. 
Nori Reed

Nori Reed

2022-08-2953:08

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.
Jeffrey Galaise

Jeffrey Galaise

2022-08-2249:58

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.
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.
Kiku Hughes

Kiku Hughes

2022-08-0855:12

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.
Robin Tran

Robin Tran

2022-08-0158:36

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.
Jared Goldstein

Jared Goldstein

2022-07-2550:01

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.
Eleanor Medhurst

Eleanor Medhurst

2022-07-1854:57

Historian Eleanor Medhurst sits down with Cameron to discuss the history of lesbian fashion, the color pink and queer identity, and monocles.
Comments (23)

Kenneth V. Johnson

nice music https://www.costco-ess.com/

Jun 22nd
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Natalie Taylor

Really enjoy this podcast. I would love to hear from Dominique Provost-Chalkley. Her role in Wynnona Earp led me to learn more about her and her Start the Wave non-profit. I can't wait to see where her path takes her in the future.

Apr 14th
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Nerd_killer

Huh

Mar 5th
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Jade Carpenter

That next book sounds rad as hell. Also I immediately requested red, white and royal blue from the library.

Jan 29th
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giuliosuprig

for the record, guy branum is ABSOLUTELY welcome to break me.

Oct 18th
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Amz

Hi, Camy and Jacob! Loved the podcast as always. Just wanted to give you a PSA if you didn't know. Goodwill is a for profit company, not a charity. You both may have been using the word generically for thrift stores. People unknowingly donate and the wares are then sold for all profit.

Jul 30th
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taylor lavigne

Why does that offend you? There are cis straight comics, Black comics, Mexican comics, Arab comics etc comedy has to be relatable so It makes sense to share some ID with most of your audience.

May 21st
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Amz

Although I am late to the show, I'm listening from the beginning and loving every episode! Cameron is amazing.

May 12th
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Tiuri

Very good podcast! Interesting and thought-provoking conversations, Cameron is a lovely host:)

Jan 27th
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Kelsy Rivera

Brilliant idea about the queer-identities-friendly maternity line! There's something there!

Jan 9th
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Alabama Blaikie

Thanks for this episode. I learned a lot and am really inspired by Wildfang's social impact actions, the amount of research put into building the brand, and the idea behind the swing in the store. Thank you!

Dec 17th
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Anné Compton

wish this was more relatable, but i feel like it appeals to one specific group of queer people. plus thought it was very interesting that she said she was the only queer comic cause thats just wrong.

Nov 19th
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Alabama Blaikie

This episode couldn't have come at a better time for me. I've listened to it twice. I'm about to move back to Alabama part-time from the SF Bay Area to help my mom with her health issues and aging. The visibility of the both of you is very much helping me with my late life coming out, and being ready to be out in the South.

Sep 27th
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Jennifer Gaulden

The best homoSEXual discussion I've heard in a long, long time. Please make the Lesposito/Camlaria tour happen!

Sep 12th
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Jennifer Gaulden

I love Clea and I hate how she was treated with her coming out.

Sep 11th
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Giulia Roncarolo

I want the whole world to listen to this episode. it was so enlightening and I could relate so much it almost hurt

Aug 30th
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Nayantara Krishnamurthy

Yes! I love him! He and Stephanie do the funniest skits!

Aug 28th
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Tiuri

Amazing show! Very interesting conversations with queer people about everything relating to their identity. If you need more queerness in your life, you'll definitely find it here 💜

May 30th
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Amanda Kriti

ahhh Gaby Dunn!!!!! aaahh

Apr 16th
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ZombieJes

such an important podcast. funny yet extremely thought provoking and insightful.

Mar 27th
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