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Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present, and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.

Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present, and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.
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Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present, and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.

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English


Episodes

Episode 56: Hunter's Moon with Murphy Robinson

10/13/2019
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Murphy Robinson of Mountainsong Expeditions shares of her journey on the Appalachian trail led her from life-long vegetarian to practicing the ancestral skill of the sacred hunt.

Duration:00:47:21

Episode 55: "I want to be an ancestor who makes mistakes." On dying consciously, fierce activism and tender learning to the end.

7/16/2019
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Activist and witch Colleen Cook speaks about her terminal cancer, her experiences with dying, sexuality and community. Colleen provides a gorgeous example of how to die as you live, and how to live as you die. This is the season finale. Bespoken Bones returns Oct. 13, 2019. Make sure to watch for our new show "The Well-Pleasured Podcast" an erotic liberation gameshow, launching September, 2019.

Duration:01:00:25

Episode 54: The gender revolution will be podcasted!

7/5/2019
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Join Dr. Alex Iantaffi, gender radical, ancestral reverence practitioner and host of Gender Stories Podcast as we discuss liminality, the intersection of patriarchy and liberation, and praying through queer sex.

Duration:00:57:06

Episode 53: Your Earthly Queer Nature Belongs Here

6/18/2019
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In this episode, So & Pinar of Queer Nature share about queer love and learning to belong through weaving webs of accountability with other beings and the land-based practice of cultivating resilience. Intro music in Quechua by Renata Flores Rivera.

Duration:01:13:06

Episode 52: Creating art with ancestors

6/3/2019
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What if we can work with ancestors to create art that inspires and liberates? Seth Eisen speaks about his approach that marries notions of community-driven, often overlooked history with an interdisciplinary performance celebrating the legacies of queer ancestors.

Duration:00:51:04

Episode 51: The erotic and the ancestors of liberation: Renewing our Activism

5/19/2019
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In this episode, Starhawk discusses how to stay nourished in our fight for justice.

Duration:00:55:23

Episode 50: Connecting with your animal companions beyond the veil

5/6/2019
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Animal communicator Claudia Hehr discusses the special relationship between animals and humans, how to connect with animal ancestors, and dealing with grief and loss of animal companions.

Duration:00:43:56

Episode 49: DId you eat your ancestors for breakfast? Microorganisms, your oldest lineage

4/19/2019
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Environmental Microbiologist and ancestral animist Siv Watkins discusses the power of our relationships with the smalls, and solving ecological crisis through evolution.

Duration:00:55:49

Episode 48: Becoming an emotional grown-up: working with triggers, reactivity & ancestral wounds

4/10/2019
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Mary Mueller Shutan discusses how to make your own life more easeful through personal skillfulness with emotions and reactivity.

Duration:00:41:30

Episode 47: Punk rock ancestors, queer creativity and being a gender-free godhead

3/20/2019
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Lynn Breedlove, lead singer of queercore Tribe 8 and the Homobiles shares his secret punk sauce for making a place in the world for your weird self.

Duration:00:46:24

Episode 46: The intersection of race, sexual violence and healing

3/10/2019
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Annika Leonard of Priceless Incite discusses the intersection of sexualized violence and racial trauma through a personal and professional lens, and her strong commitment to surviving and supporting others in healing.

Duration:00:52:16

Episode 45: Re-Membering our ancestral knowings with our plantcestors

2/18/2019
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Layla Feghali of River Rose Apothecary speaks here of how to regather ancestral memory and access our embodied memory.

Duration:00:58:11

Episode 44: Race and racism in ancestral healing panel discussion

2/3/2019
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In this episode, amazing tenders of culture and ancestral healing M'kali-Hashiki, Langston Kahn, Fayise Abrahim and Taya Shere discuss how race and racism intersect with the work of ancestral healing.

Duration:01:11:07

Episode 43: On being Two-Spirit & Ancestor-honoring Dance

1/20/2019
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Roger Kuhn is an enrolled member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and Chair of the Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits (BAAITS). Here we discuss dance, the upcoming BAAITS Powwow on Feb. 2, and the connection between sex and Earth.

Duration:00:54:20

Episode 42: Tarot, Ancestors & brilliant Trans elders

1/5/2019
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Tarotist, artist and prolific Author Rachel Pollack says "As soon as you allow the power of mystery, you go into another level of existence." In this episode, Rachel walks us through her scholarship of the tarot, and the intersections with ancestors, queer and trans elders, and allowing belief in the unseen to impact your life.

Duration:00:55:11

Episode 41: "In the context of my ancestors, I make sense." Norse mystery, song as prayer, and seidr initiation

12/23/2018
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Maris Orelia of Living Voice Medicine sings, prays and trances in the Norse traditions of her ancestors. In this interview, she riffs on belonging, shares her ancient song medicine, and addresses the benefits of healing with ancestors.

Duration:00:43:15

Episode 40: The place for our wounding is the dirt under our feet: Disability justice, embodied activism and taking care of each other

12/6/2018
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In this episode, artist, poet, writer and facilitator Naomi Ortiz speaks to the intersection of place, ancestors, activism embodiment and disability justice. Naomi is a Disabled, Mestiza (Latina/Indigenous/White), raised in Latinx culture, living in the U.S./Mexico borderlands. For information on visit: www.NaomiOrtiz.com Twitter: @ThinkFreestyle Instagram: NaomiOrtizWriterArtist

Duration:00:48:20

Episode 39: Your trans ancestors and elders hold your activist tender heart

11/20/2018
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Scholar and filmmaker Dr. Susan Stryker celebrates the continuum of trans history, and speaks to queering time through her relationships with both elders and ancestors in the trans community. This episode is in honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance.

Duration:00:47:23

Episode 38: Deadnaming and the Good Death movement

11/7/2018
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In honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance (November 20) Bespoken Bones is showcasing Trans speakers and causes all month. In this episode, Anthony Easton discusses the act of deadnaming, and how the trans community might learn from the good death movement and vice-versa.

Duration:00:30:56

Episode 37: Decolonizing our ancestral body: Answering the ancestral call towards liberation

10/23/2018
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Spirit worker, medicine maker, priest and activist Lou Florez (Awo Ifadunsin Sangobiyi) speaks to being in community and in being conversation with our ancestors as we embody their blessings while disrupting colonizer culture as it lives inside of us. Join us on Oct. 28 in San Francisco at the Modern Witches Confluence!

Duration:00:56:13