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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

Jul 29, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes special guest and drag artist extraordinaire Weird Alice Yankadic. Alice talks their drag inspo, past performances, and the importance of moving beyond acceptance toward the celebration of every queer person. Thom and Alice discuss Netflix's Disclosure, and the trio shares drag name ideas. 

Jul 22, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes special guest and fan fiction scholar Zarin as she discusses all things fan fic, the importance of online communities for queer people, and radical self-love.

Jul 15, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes special guest and street activist Moka Dawkins as she promotes her new podcast “T-Time Tips with Moka Dawkins” by FemThem Productions. Moka discusses her activism, the importance of individual experiences amidst cultural revolutions, and her past experiences as a trans sex worker. 

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Jul 8, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes back special guest Arthur to discuss his involvement with No Pride in Policing Coalition, their pride rally and teach-in, their plans to abolish the police, and how to be a white accomplice in the Black Lives Matter movement. Our trio discusses the Toronto police budget and pushing our representatives to...

Jul 1, 2020

DYQWIQ welcomes special guest Chris, who joins us to discuss the life and tragic death of queer Egyptian activist Sarah Hegazi.  Chris talks mental health support for queer immigrants, growing up as a Christian in Lebanon, internalizing oppressive structures, and finding hope for a better future