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Do You Queer What I Queer?

Do you queer what I queer? Likely not- depending on what you're tuned in to- if you're tuned in at all. Join us on our Toronto-based podcast with hosts super dumb, super queer Elliott and Thom. #DYQWIQ serves as a platform for diverse voices of politics and human interest in the LGBTQ community to educate, entertain, and expand world-views of listeners. Sometimes heart-wrenching, sometimes ridiculous, always relevant, DYQWIQ fumbles through the messy world of identity politics as we broaden the collective perspective of the LGBTQ community

Sep 16, 2020

In our season 4 finale, Thom and Elliott reflect on the highlights and lowlights of a wildfire of a season and finally reconnect with one another. Thom scoffs at dangerous gender reveals, and Elliott explains gender assumptions.


Sep 1, 2020

The audio from our IG live show with T-Time Tips with Moka Dawkins! Joined by extra special guests Ravyn Wngz and Michelle Wheeler. 

Link to ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company: https://illnanadcdc.com/

Link to Michelle's Nano Extensions: https://www.facebook.com/mcwnano

Plus, catch a trailer for 'This Isn't Therapy'...


Aug 25, 2020

Special guest actor Oscar Moreno joins DYQWIQ to promote his new film “Stage Mother.” Oscar talks his experience on set, his career as an actor in Toronto, and his call to save Hanlan’s beach. Thom and Elliott celebrate DYQWIQ’s 3rd birthday by questioning Erin O’Toole’s campaign to “Take Canada...


Aug 18, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes extra special guest Priyanka from Canada’s Drag Race. She talks about the competition, the origins of Priyanka, and the importance of the Toronto drag community. Priyanka talks her ideal date, the Boyanka hype, and coming out to her dad. As a bonus, listen to a special sneak peek of...


Aug 12, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes special guest and writer, director, actor, producer, and soon-to-be podcaster Simon Paluck. Simon talks his upcoming podcast 'This Isn’t Therapy', his mini-documentary series, and rekindling a love for filmmaking in a difficult industry.