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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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Tampa Baes fave Cuppie Bragg is on the pod to dyke out about anxiety, and we love that for us. First, we ask her to spill the tea on all the drama from her Amazon Prime docuseries. Then, we talk about living with and managing anxiety in day-to-day life. What are healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms? How does it affect our career choices? What sh…
 
In this week’s episode, we will be focusing on the LGBTQIA+ community. We will discuss the barriers that exist for prevention efforts, issues that are often missed, and the specific prevention needs of the LGTBQIA+ community. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!) https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/feeling-home License code: GZ1SXBWYGKAA1EA4…
 
In today’s episode, we will examine stigmatizing language and how it impacts substance use/misuse and substance use disorder (SUD). We will explore the uniqueness of substance use/misuse and SUD, especially in the medical field. We will also discuss barriers to care in the medical field for SUD. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppb…
 
If your BiFi is pinging, that's because we've got writer and author Jen Winston on the pod to byke out about Bi Culture! Is bi culture actually a thing, or our we latching onto a collection of normal behaviors like cuffing pants, getting a bob, and getting comfortable in big chairs? What would a bisexual bar look like? Should cis men be at Cubbyhol…
 
BAEDAY! BAEDAY! We've got fan-favorite Shiva Pishdad dyking out about Prime Video's Tampa Baes (out now!). Shiva takes us behind-the-scenes to tell us how the new docuseries came together. Plus, we ask the questions on everybody's minds. Like, where does she get her swagger? How much of the drama is real vs. manufactured? Do the baes still all hang…
 
Get ready to process some feelings because we've got comedian Madelein Smith (Cheers For Queers podcast) here to talk about Couples Therapy! How does this topic make you feel? Whether you've done couples therapy, haven't had the chance, or actively avoid it, there's a lot to be said. Do we actually need couples therapy if our tendency is to over-pr…
 
In this week’s episode, we will explore the dangers of misperceptions and misinformation in the media and on social media. We will discuss the importance of accurate information and ways to see it out. We will talk about the impact that this has on prevention efforts. We will also be answering some of your questions from our IG polls. Music from Up…
 
Get out those crisp dollar bills (or Starbucks gift cards) so you can show this episode some proper love because we're dyking out with Ivy from Les Vixens burlesque! She's the lesbian queen who has kept so many queer parties going in Florida and around the country. From helping make Girl The Party THE party for queer women, to leading the largest L…
 
In this week’s episode, we will provide an overview of Prevention. We will be talking about basic risk & protective factors, as well as the need for prevention resources on college campuses. We will let the listener know what prevention resources are available for college students and what prevention strategies work best for students on campus. Fin…
 
Being friends with an ex can be messy, rewarding, or both. Writer and Slate podcaster Christina Cauterucci joins us to explore why keeping your exes close is queer culture. Why is it harder for the cishets? When is it problematic? What are the signs that you shouldn't be friends with an ex? Also, we talk about friend group dynamics post-breakup. An…
 
In 2018, Kierra Coles was pregnant with her first child and on a great career path. And then, she vanished. Almost every step in the investigation came up with nothing. So, what happened to Kierra Coles? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
What's your 'between relationships' mode? LA-based pop performer Gia Woods has found herself in that very situation and is looking to break old habits. Is it possible to resist entering a new relationship post-breakup if a great person enters your life? And, how do you know if your breakup is the ACTUAL breakup? What are the telltale signs of a ser…
 
In 2018, Kenyatta Barris and her two children were violently attacked by her boyfriend and their father, Ronnie Oneal. What followed was a bizarre, traumatic rigamarole. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
The super hilarious Sabrina Jalees (Carol's Second Act) is letting us get all up in her jizzness as we dyke out about her queer family. Sabrina gives us all the deets into how Wolfie came to be, and why she's the daddy. We talk about how queer families are still sometimes othered, but we're also freaking out every time we see one in the wild. Plus,…
 
This week Aja tells the case on behalf a Beverly Jackson, a single mother living Florida who goes missing and is found days later dead in the trunk of her car with no visible sign of how she died. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
Roll tide! We've got Sophie Santos back on the pod for another round of sapphic conversation. This time, we're dyking out about Sorority Life, a topic that comes up in Sophie's new memoir, The One You Want To Marry (And Other Identities I've Had). Are queer women especially drawn to sororities? What parts of being in a sorority feel extra gay? Are …
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode is particularly graphic and violent. Listener discretion advised. In 1980s Japan, high schooler Junko Furuta was kidnapped and held prisoner for 40 days. The brutality of her murder shocked the Japanese public, but gained little attention overseas. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support…
 
We're dyking out with possibly the d*kiest d*ke we know! Comedian Kristen Becker has found herself in many situations where she's landed in unfamiliar territory, or helps bring others outside their comfort zone. Through comedy, activism, and serving our community, Kristen is a master at navigating different people and places. And once she's there, …
 
We’re back with Supergirl episodes 6x08, 6x09, and 6x10! There’s so much to discuss and so little time left in the series! We’re on Twitter! Find us @podoffcourse for the show. Shelley is @schop23 and Erin is @erniegreenbean. Endorsements: Erin - Manifest on Netflix https://www.netflix.com/title/80241318 Shelley - Masters of the Universe: Revelatio…
 
This week Aja tells Devon the case of the Charleston Race Massacre. June 17th, 2015 Dylann Roof walked into the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and murdered 9 innocent people attending a bible study. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
The writing community seems to be getting more queer by the minute. Author Zoe Whittall joins us to talk about her experiences as a queer writer as she releases her latest fiction novel, The Spectacular. Are publishers better about understanding our community? What's the twitter drama all about? Is it okay to have a bisexual murderer as a character…
 
In 1980, Sister Margaret Ann Pahl was brutally murdered in Toledo, Ohio. Her case remained unsolved for nearly 23 years, until shocking new evidence gave the case a sinister new angle. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
It's our 200th episode, and we've got the one and only Rosie O'Donnell here to fulfill the Dyking Out prophecy. It may have taken four years of wishing this moment into existence (okay, maybe we did a LITTLE more than wishing), but we finally have our chance to dyke out with Rosie about our favorite topic: Rosie! How is she adjusting to life in L.A…
 
In the season 4 premiere, Aja and Devon discuss the Tulsa Race Massacre and context in which the worst case of racial violence in American history came to be. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dna-podcast7/support
 
We're makin' it NICE this episode with our fave L-Word reviewer and writer, Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya! But we're not dyking out about Gen Q. We're dissecting the Real Housewives franchise for all the queer and queer-coded content it regularly serves up. These ladies are acting gay AND doing crimes, so what's more queer than that? And they're not just …
 
Comedian Bailey Pope is dyking out with us about how her day job and dream job have more in common than one might assume. Telling jokes on a stage to strangers isn't all that different than years of having a captive audience in a salon seat. Especially at some comedy shows. Bailey talks about the queerness of the hair industry, and how her queer an…
 
Let's talk about hand sex, baby! Ro White is the new sex and dating editor at Autostraddle, and they're here to get fist-deep into our topic. Though as we learn, fisting is about fullness, not depth. We dyke out about the benefits of digital stimulation, and the role it plays in queer sex. Period sex? Squirting? Fisting? Masturbation? We're roundin…
 
Writer, actor, and podcaster Brittany Ashley (Don't Tell The Babysitter Mom's Dead, Buzzfeed) joins us to dyke out about the impact of losing her mom at a young age. Don't worry, we have our fair share of laughs along the way. But if you're anything like Melody, keep the tissues nearby. We kick it off by getting all the details on Brittany's recent…
 
MUNA's very own Naomi McPherson joins us to dyke out about the life of a queer, touring musician. From #vanlife to prank-filled tour buses, what's it really like to hit the road as MUNA? They tell us about their favorite shows to play, how they maintain relationships, and why it can get scary just outside of Pittsburgh. Plus, find out why Naomi can…
 
We did a live stream of a Q&A for Supergirl Season 6, episode 7, “Fear Knot” forever ago and I’m (Shelley) just now posting it as a podcast. We initially combined this with episodes of Batwoman as well, but for listenability I’ve edited it by show the best I could. You might hear us talk about Batwoman (a show you should be watching) or our other p…
 
Filmmaker Elina Street takes a break from saving the lesbian bars to share her experiences that keep her hopeful about romance. Hot off her recent GoMag article, Elina proves that we can come back from the ashes of a romance that has crashed and burned. But with queer women prone to love addiction, should we proceed with caution? Also, what's love …
 
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