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Episode 23: Salt Water Heals All Wounds

In this episode, I sit down with author Brianna Wiest to discuss her career and new book Salt Water. For a full list of Brianna’s work, head to her website. Follow Brianna by following: @BriannaWiest on Twitter @briannawiestauthor on Facebook @BriannaWiest on Instagram Thought Catalog Amazon To purchase a Super Normal shirt and donate to The Trevor Project, […]

Duration: 00:37:09

Episode 22: Life’s A Drag

In every relationship, we are faced with compromises. But when those compromises require us to reevaluate our morals, it’s a monumental restructuring of who we are. We have previously discussed the idea of inter-community change and how that benefits interactions with others, such as in Episode 1 when Chris spoke about eradicating the promotion of […]

Duration: 00:34:01

Episode 21: New Years Resolut(e)ions

Many think of the New Year as a fresh start and it’s not unlike the fresh start that immigrants seek when they arrive to America. I hope that the me too movement continues into 2018. To discuss the exploitation of women with recognizable names is a great start in acknowledging the abuse of power in […]

Duration: 00:41:56

Episode 20: 2017 Round Up with Nasty Woman Cosmetics

In the current political climate, it can be easy to get overwhelmed and feel helpless, but there are things you as an individual can do for our country. Call your representative, vote in your local elections, and take the time to check the sources of the information you are sharing. Or if you want to […]

Duration: 00:27:19

Episode 19: Ch-ch-changes

Our perceptions can prohibit us from truly getting to know someone. Especially when that person is growing and changing to become the better version of themselves. We’ve discussed in previous episodes the toxicity of someone’s presence on Social Media, but this overlaps into real life as well. How many times have we established a concrete […]

Duration: 00:37:23

Episode 18: 40 Minutes of Authenticity

Imagine a world where the information that shaped our existence, the ways in which we defined ourselves, were told to us by a small group we put our trust in. A time where we based our collective identity as a people on the stories others told us. Decisions were passed down from generation to generation, […]

Duration: 00:39:33

Episode 17: The Power of Podcasts

Podcasts were around long before the time of Serial and the NPR shows we all enjoy. In fact, NPR was known for mocking it’s few members in the early 2000’s who had taken up podcasting before the term even stuck. They are great, you can listen to them on your commute, on the elliptical, or […]

Duration: 00:43:32

Episode 16: A Courteous Sadist

How is being a sex worker comparable to my career? Robyn Sparkles is a sex positive porn actor and sex worker. As a non-binary femme, self love and self care are a vital part of their everyday routine. Through trauma informed sex work, Robyn creates a place for folx to come together (and cum together) in […]

Duration: 00:28:35

Episode 15: The Root of the Problem

We the people, sit and bicker, agree to disagree, categorize ourselves and others in hopes of protecting what is ours. We the people partake in activities associated with the governance of our countries, our states, and our cities. We the people participate in debates and conflicts within our parties and without. But I don’t believe […]

Duration: 00:20:59

Episode 14: A Little Birdie Told Me (To Go Fuck Myself)

We always try to teach children that honesty is the best policy, that we should treat others how we want to be treated, and if you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all. But for some reason, when we become adults those ideals are politicized. It’s cooler to shit talk […]

Duration: 00:25:46

Episode 13: Mixed Race

When people are constantly trying to size you up and figure out what you are, it can cause you to question your identity. Being mixed or biracial can be a beautiful thing, filled with many cultures coming together to create a lively and exciting home life. But it can also lead to constant explanation, mitigation, […]

Duration: 00:36:49

Episode 12: Cali Wolf

In the search for topics and people to speak with on the show, I keep a running list of things I may do for future episodes. When Cali reached out to me, it took me by surprise how many topics we could cover. She’s in an interracial marriage, Lakota, adopted, the list goes on (and […]

Duration: 00:30:18

Episode 11: Abusive Relationships

Abuse comes in many forms, it can be physical, emotional, or even psychological. These types of abuse can leave long lasting scars on our personal development and ability to foster healthy relationships in the future. One thing that is common among those who have suffered at the hands of an abuser, is they believe they […]

Duration: 00:34:38