Cameron Esposito has a new podcast and we’re officially obsessed

Why you need to listen to Queery.


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Cameron Esposito is a stand-up comedian, trailblazing dykon and the world's leading "lesbian Ken".

 

 

She has also just launched a brand new podcast. I’ll hand over to Cameron to explain exactly what Queery is:

 

“A 60 minute conversation one on one, me and somebody in the LGBT community. We talk about identity, we talk about experience, we talk about the words that feel good to us, the words that don’t feel good to us, we talk about our families, our relationships. Basically it’s just everything I want to hear.”

 

And it’s everything you want to hear too.

 

In the first episode, Cameron interviews her wife, fellow stand-up and co-star of awesome sitcom Take My Wife, Rhea Butcher. They talk about all manner of super interesting super queer stuff – gender, taking up space, shame, body image, Pride…

 

Whether you regularly devour LGBT content or just enjoy hearing in-depth conversations between fascinating people, Queery is a must-listen.

 

Upcoming guests include Transparent creator and showrunner Jill Solloway and queer studies professor Andrea Fontenot.

 

Subscribe to Queery now and make your next commute/break/bath the best part of your day.

cameronesposito.com

 

@Roxy_Vintage

 

 

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