Gaby Dunn says there isn't a lot of support in Hollywood for content that centers stories about queer women. She's trying to change that, and talks about the complexities of slowly transitioning away from YouTube, and why there isn't as much money to be made on YouTube as people think. (Her channel, Just Between Us, has over 750,000 subscribers.) Gaby also talks about the fluid nature of queer relationships, how people conflate her bisexuality with polyamory, and why she's not interested in dating men while the #MeToo movement is still unfolding. Warning: this episode containsvery important Madam Secretary spoilers.
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