The San Gabriel Valley is located in the heart of Southern California and is incredibly diverse. The LGBTQ+ community in the SGV is widespread but welcoming. We are many people from many different walks of life and this podcast seeks to share in those differences. Here, you’ll hear directly from LGBTQ+ folks from the SGV as they share their experiences and their minds with us. We’re gonna sit crooked, and talk gay. Welcome to Color Me Queer.
Get ready for a dose of HIGH-FEMME, because host Camila Camaleón gets on the mic with the one and only Diosa Femme! Diosa talks about what it means to take ownership of her narrative and space as a queer femme goddess and how that led to the creation of Locatora Radio with her co-host, Mala Muñoz.
You don't want to miss when Camilia and Diosa share a nostalgic moment as they talk about their time as part of a Queer - Latinx - C...
In this episode of Color Me Queer, Host Camila Camaleón sits down with Christian Port, the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center's Vice President. Christian’s story speaks of Building Pride to innovate space and decrease health disparities for LGBTQ+ folks based in the San Gabriel Valley. Today’s unfiltered conversation delves into his personal mission in becoming a change agent locally through Planned Parenthood SGV, & furth...
In this episode of Color Me Queer, host Camila Camaleón sits down with Cassandra Tham to talk about her story and experience with community-based organizations. Learn why environmentally conscious work is important to Cassandra, and what are some simple actions that you can take to help our planet.
We thank Cassandra for the sustainable development of our team and the intersectional lens between both race and LGBTQ+ identity tha...
In this episode of Color Me Queer, Camila Camaleón sits down with Aaron Saenz, and they discuss how the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center first started, and we also find out what Aaron learned while being in the driver's seat as the President of the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center.
Aaron Saenz is one of the co-founders of the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center and the San Gabriel Valley Pride Festival. Aaron is very...
In this episode of Color Me Queer, Sara Acevedo sits down with Camila Camaleón, and they discuss ALL things QUEER. Listen to Camila talk about her leadership journey as a trans person of color, and her vision as the first Madam President of the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center.
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The LGBTQ+ community in the San Gabriel Valley is widespread but welcoming. We are many people from many different walks of life and this podcast seeks to share in those differences. From QTalk Radio, and the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center, welcome to Color Me Queer
This podcast is brought to you by the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center and QTalk Radio and is produced and edited by Xavier Mejia.
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