Nancy

BFF Kathy Tu and Tobin Low are super queer, super fun and ready to take over your podcast feed. Join them for provocative stories and frank conversations about the LGBTQ experience today. Because everyone’s a little bit gay. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other podcasts including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Snap Judgment, On the Media, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and many others. © WNYC Studios

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episode 29: Absence Of


You don't know what you don't know. Jordan Crucchiola is an associate editor at Vulture, where this spring she wrote "An Asexual's Defense of Jughead Kissing Betty on Riverdale." Ben Schwartz is a LARP writer at the Wayfinder Experience. Episode scoring


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 2017-10-15  28m
 
 

Tegan & Sara & Abby & Josh


Sibling relationships can be tricky. Tegan & Sara are about to hit the road for "The Con X: Tour," which marks the 10th anniversary of their breakout album. Abby Holtzman is a radio producer working now at WAMU and NPR's The Big Listen. Her brother J


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 2017-10-08  17m
 
 

episode 27: Oliver Sipple


On Sept. 22, 1975, Oliver Sipple went for a walk. The rest is history. Latif Nasser is the director of research at Radiolab. Tracie Hunte is a reporter at Radiolab. Support our work! Become a Nancy member today at Nancypodcast.org/donate.


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 2017-10-03  1h5m
 
 

episode 26: Different in Two Ways


Ryan Haddad is a writer and actor with a one-man show about hooking up, dating, and intimacy. He also has cerebral palsy. Please don't call him inspirational. Ryan Haddad is a New York-based writer and performer. His one-man show is called "Hi, Are You S


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 2017-10-01  19m
 
 

episode 25: Will and Grace Are Back! (But Should They Be?)


The world's changed since the groundbreaking sitcom went off the air. Eleven years later, does Will & Grace still have something to say? Alex Jung is a staff writer at Vulture, where he covers entertainment and culture. New episodes of Will & Gra


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 2017-09-28  19m
 
 

episode 24: Somewhat Out


It's easy to feel invisible. Chirlane McCray, New York City's first lady, spoke to us about the new NYC Unity Project. Her 1979 essay in Essence is called "I Am A Lesbian." Rich Bellis is an associate editor at Fast Company, where he covers the intersect


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 2017-09-24  24m
 
 

episode 23: I See You, I Love You


If you don't see something, say something. Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin produce a YouTube series called Just Between Us. They have a new YA book called "I Hate Everyone But You." Vivek Shraya is the author of "The Boy and the Bindi," a children's book il


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 2017-09-17  23m
 
 

episode 22: Does Your Boss Know You're Gay


Twenty-eight states lack employment protections for LGBT people. And what federal protections do exist are under new attack. This episode is part of our Out at Work series. Take our quick survey to tell us about your experience being queer at work. Find


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 2017-09-10  23m
 
 

episode 21: Multiple Lesbians in Any Scenario


The L Word is a soap opera, and maybe not even a particularly good one at that. But it's also essential viewing for queer women. Cameron Esposito is an actor, comedian, and producer. Sarah Shahi, Erin Daniels, and Mia Kirshner played Carmen, Dana, and Je


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 2017-09-03  19m
 
 

episode 20: My Brother and Me


Nore Davis tells jokes about his brother, Khalil, being transgender. But they've never really just sat down to talk about it. Plus: Patti Harrison responds to the president. Nore Davis is a comedian. You can listen to his albums Home Game and Away Game o


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