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Hosted by New York City-based comedians Carolyn Bergier & Melody Kamali, Dyking Out is a podcast about lesbian / queer life, news, and pop culture. Each week, Carolyn and Melody invite a special guest (comedians, musicians, actors, crushes) to dyke out with them about a topic that's relevant to the LGBTQIA world. But really, it's just another way to advance the gay agenda.
 
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Full disclosure: we recorded this episode a few weeks ago when we were at normal rage levels. So take a listen and remember slightly less terrifying times as comedy writer Ely Kreimendahl teaches us about dramatic psycho therapy and so much more! Carolyn and Ely bond over their time at school in Boston where they struggled to feel comfortable aroun…
 
Fresh off the release of her new podcast Welcome To Provincetown, award-winning audio documentarian Mitra Kaboli joins us to d*ke out about the town with seemingly few d*kes around! We do our best Nancy Drew impression and try to piece together why this gaycation destination centers cis gay men. For real, we want to know why aren't there lesbian or…
 
Local twerking celeb and comedian Flora Manon joins us to talk about bruised knees, breakups, and one hot bartender. It's a wild episode where we touch on a little bit of everything, from cat collages to moms doing the work to disabled sisters who need to be taken down a peg. We also talk about the struggle of being in a relationship with differing…
 
Get out your leather and *checks notes* American Revolution leotards? Because we're talking all things kink with writer, activist, and BDSM practitioner Yin Q! Okay, maybe not ALL things, but Melody and Carolyn ask Yin all the newbie and vulnerable questions we could think of. What stops people from exploring kink? What are read flags when playing …
 
You're in for a sweet treat because we're having a gay ol' time with hilarious comedian Honey Pluton! Honey goes off on all the things our community needs to be reminded of. Like what should you do if you run into an ex at Pride? What are the queer bases? Why does @$$ eating have to do with birthday invites? What's a concept of clothing vs. actual …
 
Get out your forks and dig into this ep featuring your new spaghetti-loving long-distance crush, Samee Junio (Historical Roasts on Netflix)! We're talking carbs, tattoos, dogs, long-distance relationships, astrology, and more. It's more like, what don't we talk about? Plus, how gay can one make karaoke? And can you watch a queer movie too many time…
 
We made contact with comedian and writer DeAnne Smith (Netflix) from their underground Canadian bunker for an episode that will have you thinking about nipples, or the absence of them. DeAnne tells us about their recovery from top surgery, the overwhelming nipple considerations, and the sick rack they parted with. We also address Important Lesbian …
 
This episode is sponsored by Ana Luisa Jewelry offering a special discount for our listeners. Anne Lister is THRIVING thanks our guest Sally Wainwright, the creator of Gentleman Jack , now in its second season on HBO. Whether or not you've seen the show, this is the perfect episode to learn more about one of the most fascinating d*kes who never got…
 
Melody Kamali got stuck sitting weird in a chair (she had a last-minute conflict) and won't be on this week's episode. But we wanted to record it and put it out anyway because we are so excited to talk about the movie we all wish existed in our formative years. We've got Sammi Cohen talking all things Crush (streaming now on Hulu), a new queer comi…
 
Are you in a parasocial relationship with this week's guest? Or with us? You're probably not alone! YouTuber (or video essayist, pick your poison) and ex-philosopher Natalie Wynn, known by most as ContraPoints, joins us to d*ke out about our strange digital relationships. Sometimes it's angry people hiding behind anime avatars. Other times, it's pe…
 
BIG EP ALERT! We're changing up our format to freshen up the way we d*ke out. And what better guest for this than comedian and actor Aby James (How I Met Your Father). Aby tells us about her unique relationship with her therapist, playing Tien Tran's love interest, her old YouTube videos, and what happened when she fell in love with her best friend…
 
How many lines connect you to your local Shane on The Chart? Lesbian aficionada, writer, author, and performer Zara Barrie joins us to explore the tangled webs we weave in our community. Is it okay to hook up with a friend's ex? Why do 'charts' feel more real in smaller cities? When queer women go after straights, is it because they've exhausted th…
 
We're joined by drummer and lead singer G Flip, fresh off touring with Fletcher, for a chat about drums, their music career, and what it means to have a cheeky pash. We learn about their journey, from their upbringing in Melbourne where they preferred wearing the boy's school uniform, to coming into their own as a queer non-binary artist. Also, we …
 
This episode is for anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of mean remarks or straight up hatorade. Writer, podcaster, and comedian Dylan Marron joins us to talk about the power of empathy through lessons he's learned by talking to the people who make nasty comments to him online. We talk about his podcast and new book with the same name, Co…
 
Yesterday's "uber d*ke" is today's "it girl," and we've got Jill Gutowitz (Girls Can Kiss Now) on the pod to explain how we got here. Jill holds our triggered hands and walks us through the key moments in lesbian pop culture that scarred us, and eventually freed us. How is Perez Hilton different from wishful queers? Why hasn't Lindsay Lohan been he…
 
We often talk about the lack of authentic and funny queer stories, and TV writers like Brittani Nichols (Abbott Elementary, Black Lady Sketch Show) are doing the work to give our community the content we crave. Hear how Brittani went from TV nerd to pitching jokes in the writer's room. What are some challenges that TV writers face when trying to te…
 
We hope comedian Alysia Hush felt the opposite of rejection while dyking out with us this week. Rejection is something we all face - some of us more than others. But how we deal with it makes all the difference. We talk about the differences between personal and professional rejection, how we bounce back, when we accept the L, and when to take it p…
 
No need to spin a yarn on this episode as we have Tyisha Berger on to enthusiastically share her passion for knitting! Why does knitting feel so queer? What do people think of it in the crafting community? What are the stereotypes and misconceptions about knitters? How do you even get started? What role does technology play in knitting. We explore …
 
What happens when three capricorns get together to dyke out? You talk about a little bit of everything! Actor and musician Nina Grollman AKA Softee joins us to talk about everything from astrology, to Nathan For You, to video games, to crying on stage, and more! What a great time to be queer, alive, and talking about everyday life on Zoom. Plus, wh…
 
We've got a delightful mix of queer joy and cannibalism on the agenda with actors Liv Hewson and Jasmin Savoy (Yellowjackets on Showtime). First, we get all of our fangirling out of the way by asking about our favorite new show, as well as Scream, Santa Clarita Diet, and other projects these two talents have under their very gay belts. Then, we tal…
 
Do you miss the days of feverishly calling into Total Request Live? Longing for the time when everyone knew the same choreography and it had nothing to do with TikTok? Comedian Pamela Ross joins us to talk about the slow-dying piece of pop culture known as the music video. Who used to be considered music video royalty? And is there anyone comparabl…
 
We're opening up about non-monogamy this week with renowned queer sex therapist Casey Tanner! What is non-monogamy and how does it relate to polyamory? Have you ever wondered if non-monogamy is right for you? What steps should couples take before opening up a relationship? Why are there so few accurate representations of it in media? Can monogamous…
 
Show up for this episode, and you might just learn how to better show up for those who could use your accompliceship. Activist Amber Hikes joins us for a thoughtful and fun conversation about how we can make our respective privilege work for others. What's the difference between an ally and an accomplice? And how do we know who we should be listeni…
 
Did you love that queer storyline in Empire Records, or were you not watching it through rainbow-colored glasses? Comedian and writer Nayomi Reghay joins us to talk about things that felt super gay in the 90s, but probably weren't meant to. But with such limited content that was explicitly queer, we were forced to create our own narratives. It didn…
 
FEMALE comedian Janet Hyde joins us to talk about her past struggles with self-diagnosed Queer Imposter Syndrome. Have you ever felt like you weren't queer enough? Do lesbian cultural references have you scratching your head? Or do actual lesbians have you doubting yourself? (Shame on them!). Many people have wrestled with feeling unsure of their p…
 
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