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Scissoring Isn't A Thing with Daryn Carp

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Daryn Carp is the co-host of Scissoring Isn't A Thing Podcast, listed among Metrosource's Ten LGBTQ Podcasts to Listen To, where no topic is off-limits, from discussing identity to dismantling old school stereotypes about the LGBTQ+ community with your favorite celebrities and personalities. Daryn started her career as part of the Page Program at NBC, rocking the grey suit, and was assigned to assist one of the most influential pop culture icons currently on TV, Andy Cohen. They left NBC and started their own production company, Most Talkative. Since then, Daryn has hosted a number of digital shows for Bravo TV, podcasts Scissoring Isn't A Thing and Oxygen's Martinis and Murders, hosts Reality Check for People TV, and created and executive produced Tiny Talk Show for Quibi.

In this episode, we chatted candidly about lesbian representation on TV, labels in the LGBT community, reality TV, and worst dates. So...is scissoring a thing? Take a listen and find out.  

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