Living in this Queer Body

ABOUT THIS PODCAST

A podcast about barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves

Categories: Spritituality
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Nicole J. Georges is a graphic novelist and podcaster from Portland, Oregon. Nicole's podcast, Relative Fiction, adapted from her award-winning graphic memoir, Calling Dr. Laura. She is also the author of the book Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me…

In this episode, we talked about the long term impacts of childhood illness and confrontation with the fragility of the body, anti-fatness as a barrier for receiving medical care, how liberal folk’s disdain for the south constitutes anti-blackness, their discovery…

Sini Anderson is an award winning film director, producer, video art maker, and feminist art activist who lives in New York City. Her first feature length film, The Punk Singer -a documentary about Kathleen Hanna, premiered at SXSW in 2013…

Alice Sparkly Kat is an astrologer. They use astrology to re-chart a history of the subconscious, redefine the body in world, and reimagine history as collective memory. Their astrological work has inhabited MoMA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Brooklyn…

S.J Norman (b. 1984) is a multi-award winning artist, writer and curator. His career has so far spanned 18 years and has embraced a diversity of disciplines and formal outcomes, including solo and ensemble performance, installation, sculpture, text, video and…

EricaWoodland, LCSW is a black queer/genderqueer facilitator, consultant, psychotherapist, and healing justice practitioner based inBaltimore, MD. He has worked at the intersections of movements for racial, gender, economic, trans and queer justice and liberation for more than 18 years. In…

Christa Couture is an award-winning performing and recording artist, filmmaker, non-fiction writer and broadcaster. She is also mixed Cree and Scandanavian-settler, queer, disabled, and a mom. Her seventh album Safe Harbour was released on Coax Records in 2020. As a…

renee is a non-binary femme artist living on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people also known as seattle. a jack of many trades including writing, zine making, tap dancing and bending neon art! they believe deeply that everything…

In this episode we discuss childhood gender play, complicating trans coming out narratives, the significance of sobriety and secure relational attachment in Colin’s creative life, her relationship to punk, dissociation and transformative justice and the clarity that comes when you…

Deep Gratitude to Sara Jane Stoner (@thingpartofus) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asher-pandjiris/message

Syd Yang (they/them) is a mixed race/Taiwanese American queer/non-binary healer, intuitive counselor and writer who weaves together magic, possibility and intention as an energy healer in the world through their practice, Blue Jaguar Healing Arts. As someone who lives with…

In this interview MJ and I explore so many topics including body shame, living with mental illness, showing up with compassion and softness for oneself, parenting, polyamory, examining proximity to whiteness and finally, the experience of being found by their…

Sarah is an artist, writer, psychic tarot reader, teacher, & business owner living in LA. @gottesss www.modernwomenprojects.com We talk about the lingering impact of childhood trauma, living as a queer adult with ADHD, queerness as ideology, accessing protective energy for…

In this episode, Eva and I talk about our shared hometown of Saint Louis, MO. We address the ways that Eva has`worked to undo her internalized homophobia, transphobia and anti-blackness. Eva also gives us her take on the current "trendiness"…

Coyote Park is a Two Spirit artist, oral historian, and educator. They are Yurok (with their ancestral homelands being near the Klamath river), German, and Korean. Coyote grew up in Honolulu, Hawai'i and moved to New York when they were…

JOON OLUCHI LEE lives and writes in femininity and feminism, whose latest novel is "Neotenica," published by Nightboat Books in June. The author of two other works of fiction, "94" (2015) and "Lace Sick Bag" (2013), both published by Publication…

Deep Gratitude to @annefacee These pandemic times have been a time of interrogation, reflection, learning, and unlearning–which for me, includes exploring my gender identity and the ways in which I can get so tied up in how others may hypothetically…

We are back with full length interviews!!  I'd love to hear what you think of the conversation.  Episode 34 features Lama Rod Owens, a black queer Buddhist Lama and author of the recently published book Love and Rage: The Path of…

Deep gratitude to: Nalo @nalodarling (@blackgirlmasculine and @yaziclothing) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asher-pandjiris/message

CW: mention of suicide Deep gratitude to: Erin (@erin_everett15), Meg (@lamplight.space), Daniel (eyes_of_daniel) and Lex (@the.days.eye). As much as possible I aim to center the voices and experiences of BIPOC queer folks. That being said, I know that participation can…

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