With over 750,000 subscribers, Gaby Dunn and her creative partner, Allison Raskin, have built an impressive following on YouTube, but Hollywood hasn't been as receptive.
Talking on this week's episode of The Advocate's podcast LGBTQ&A, Dunn says that when speaking to network executives, they consistently express a lack of belief in content that features queer females. Dunn also discusses slowly transitioning away from YouTube, how people conflate her bisexuality with polyamory, and why the #MeToo movement made her pull back from dating men.
Listen to the full interview with Dunn below or click here to listen on your favorite podcast app.
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LGBTQ&Ais a weekly interview podcast from The Advocate that gets beyond transition and coming-out stories in order to get to know each person's defining moments, their accomplishments, and how they got to where they are today. LGBTQ&A is hosted and created by Jeffrey Masters and has been featured by The New York Times, USA Today, NBC, GLAAD, and LOGOtv.