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NBC's Matthew Rodrigues leads open and honest conversations with trailblazers in the queer community, where no topic is off limits.
  • Jojo Siwa

    Episode 1 - 36 mins
    Performer JoJo Siwa talks publicly coming out, taking on the haters and her big plan to have kids.
  • Gabbi Tuft

    Episode 2 - 29 mins
    Former WWE star Gabbi Tuft shares her physical and emotional journey as a transgender woman.
  • Rosie O'Donnell

    Episode 3 - 32 mins
    Rosie O'Donnell discusses her public coming out and lessons from parenting a non-binary child.
  • Cody Daigle-Orians

    Episode 4 - 30 mins
    Author and TikToker Cody Daigle-Orians discusses asexuality, activism and their polyamorous family.
  • Chella Man

    Episode 5 - 33 mins
    Globally renowned artist and advocate Chella Man on reclaiming the non-binary narrative.
  • Zoya Biglary

    Episode 6 - 29 mins
    Food content creator Zoya Biglary opens up about her challenging journey as a gay, Persian woman.

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