Veer Queer sits down and catches up with each other and talks to Julien about a recent nomination
Veer Queer sit with Qweenie to talk about kink life and being Black
VQ sits down with Bootycandy a play
VQ live show with special guest Jessica Zyrie
VQ takes a walk through intersex with Koomah
VQ has a new announcement and we sit with Endesha to get the 411 on PDX!
VQ sits down to talk about their coming out feels and with their first PDX guest, Kris
VQ talks about all things Pride and Pride Month.
The crew sits down with their pal Naushaba Patel from the Montrose Center about sex, sexuality, and accepting yourself.
VQ is almost at the end of their season - two episodes left, in fact!
VQ talks about navigating their gender identities and what allyship looks like.
Veer Queer sits down with local band ImposterBoys to chat about queerness in punk.
Veer Queer sits down with local BLM (Black Lives Matter) organizer Ashton P. Woods
Veer Queer sits down with Tawny Tidwell of Houston DSA (Democratic Socialists of America)
It's Valentine's Day, and maybe you have cute plans! Bee, Endy & Mai sit down with Britt Vasicek, who hosts Poly Wanna Podcast.
The Veer Queer crew is back and gearing up for the upcoming season. Bee, Endy, and Mai talk about what they've been up to over the break, and what's to come.
In this season finale, the Veer Queer crew attends Zine Fest Houston to host a live show! We interview one of the festival organizers and chat with some local artists to talk about their work at ZFH.
The annual Zine Fest Houston festival is right around the corner! In this episode, S Rodriguez and Sara Balabanlilar of Paraspace Books sit down with Veer Queer about their sci-fi pop-up bookstore, and where they both see it in the future. Nick Stinson also gives a sneak peak of his next issue of Daddy Issues, a zine that aims to bring people together through personal ads.
Mai, Endy and Bee hash it out with special guest Graham Maio on queer representation in the media, and the lack of it. Graham also talks about his play, "The Man Who Failed America", which is based on the Michael Johnson case and why he uses it to bring back the conversation about HIV/AIDS in the black gay community.