Jill Kamler is a queer nonbinary writer, performer, and activist currently located in Los Angeles, CA. Their work features the intersection of gender and LGBTQIA+ issues in popular culture and media representation. Jill also co-hosts the podcast The Queer Caucus. Jill affirms the right of queer people and other historically oppressed groups to shape their own narratives and tell their own stories. 

In their free time, Jill enjoys attending Pony Sweat, a fiercely non-competitive, dance aerobics celebration set to punk music, listening to podcasts, and buying more books than they have space for. You can usually find Jill somewhere in East L.A. with a cup of coffee and their bright yellow bicycle in tow. 


What I'm Listening To: 

Podcasts: Nancy, Death, Sex & Money, Call Your Girlfriend, The Moth

Music: Robyn, Brandi Carlile, LP, Lizzo

What I'm Watching: 

Spark Joy, The Handmaid's Tale, Bob's Burgers, The Bold Type

What I'm Reading: 

Good and Mad by Rebecca Traister, More Than Two: a Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory by Franklin Veaux and Eve Rickert, Lord of the Butterflies by Andrea Gibson