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El Sanchez

A Seattle-based comedian, writer and comic book reader, El Sanchez has been performing all over the country since 2010. Their conversationally cynical, yet upbeat comedic style weaves together a unique mix of embarrassing personal stories, nerdy obsessions, social politics and possible overshares, making light of their own instances of social incompetence while also skewering oppressive social norms.
Bi-Geekly Report: Marvel’s Runaways Season 2

Bi-Geekly Report: Marvel’s Runaways Season 2

Murderous parents? Outstanding warrants? A dinosaur living down the hall? Basic, relatable stuff when you a group of super powered teenagers playing house together on the run in Marvel’s Runaways on Hulu. But the surprisingly well handled queer relationship between Karolina and Nico is what’s really got us tuning in at the Bi-Geekly Report!

Bi-Geekly Report: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

Bi-Geekly Report: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

Late last year Netflix launched the reboot of the She-Ra series – offering a fans old and new a refreshing new look on defender of Etheria and her friends, allies, and enemies – including more body shapes, more skin tones, and more queerness!

Bi-Geekly Report: The Bi-cons of 20-bi-teen

Bi-Geekly Report: The Bi-cons of 20-bi-teen

20-gay-teen is a wistful memory now, but there’s some great things in store for 20-bi-teen. In this episode of the Bi-Geekly Report El Sanchez shares some of the Bi-conic geek moments we all hope to see this year.

Bi-Geekly Report: El’s Holiday Queer Gift Guide

Bi-Geekly Report: El’s Holiday Queer Gift Guide

If you’re looking for the perfect last minute holiday gift for the queer geek in your life, from unofficial Sabrina and She Ra merch to Marvel’s America Chavez doll, then El Sanchez has got you covered in this brand new episode of The Bi-Geekly Report!

Bi-Geekly Report: Queer Childhood Inspirations

Bi-Geekly Report: Queer Childhood Inspirations

We’ve all got those comic, TV, movie, or video game characters that helped us realize our queerness, right? In this week’s Bi-Geekly Report, from She-Ra to Tasha Yar, El lists 10 of the characters that helped them figure out they’re queer as a three dollar bill. Who are some of your queer inspirations? Let us know in the comments below.

Reality Rewind: Newlyweds – Nick & Jessica

Reality Rewind: Newlyweds – Nick & Jessica

Grab your tunafish and buffalo wings, it’s time for another Reality Rewind, where we bring you real queer talk about retro reality TV, and this week El and Val revisit an instant classic by taking a peak at the lives of newlyweds Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson and their MTV reality series, Newlyweds.

Bi-Geekly Report: Which Chris is This? Second Edition

Bi-Geekly Report: Which Chris is This? Second Edition

Back by no popular demand, it’s El’s favorite quiz show, Which Chris is This? Inspired by Avengers: Infinity War, El is bringing back the trivia game poking fun at the inordinately high number of super hero action movie stars who happen to be white guys named Chris!

Bi-Geekly Report: Jadzia Dax and Gender in Star Trek

Bi-Geekly Report: Jadzia Dax and Gender in Star Trek

When it comes to depicting the future of social issues, Star Trek has often been ahead of the curve. In this episode, El Sanchez breaks down how, although the shows can sometimes depict gender and sexuality issues in problematic ways, characters like Jadzia Dax and races like the Trill and J’naii allowed early TNG and DS9 to depict gender fluidity and non-conformity in ways you didn’t often see on television back then.

Reality Rewind: A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila

Reality Rewind: A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila

El Sanchez and Val Nigro want to give you a new queer take on an old school genre, Reality TV. This week the queer funny duo looks back on a cringeworthy dating show clone to reminds us that even groundbreaking TV can be bad: A Shot At Love with Tila Tequila.

Bi-Geekly Report: The Story of Poison and Other Trans Characters

Bi-Geekly Report: The Story of Poison and Other Trans Characters

El Sanchez is back with their take on queer representation in geek pop culture, featuring the story behind Street Fighter’s Poison, along with other trans characters in geek media. CW: Some of the descriptions and terms quoted in this video are transphobic.

Bi-Geekly Report: Queer Zombie Movies

Bi-Geekly Report: Queer Zombie Movies

Celebrating the approach of one of the western world’s best zombie stories, El shares a few of their fave queer zombie movies for this week’s Bi-Geekly Report, your bi-weekly take on queer representation in geek pop culture.