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We then dive into the interesting bit, the breakdown bit, the "fuck this shit" bit. It's a warm welcome back to our dear Ji-Youn (jee-yan) Kim. Thank you for one of the few things that you do right, @instagram. Thanks again for listening! Her personals pages are @NicolleDoubleL on IG and Twitter. Resources mentioned: qmunity.ca and Black Lives Matter Vancouver on Facebook. Also, it's been a while since I pointed you towards my site www.justbadtiming.com! Please don't be afraid to try and have deep and tough conversations, because that's what this exploration is for, evolving together. Their aim was to gear the conversation towards the HOW, and not the who, what, and why's of survival. I love you and I can’t wait to bring better, stronger, deeper conversations to your ears in just a short couple of months. This week Rebekah, film producer extraordinaire & marketing PM, shares her journey with me from turning 30 (and understanding what not giving a fuck means) to starting Fired Up, her own production company, detouring via the role dedication and passion have played in her creative successes. How do we realize our self-efficacy and freedom of choice, without taking the power of opinion for granted? We are not broken, nor deficient. Yours, It is not your fault. I seriously can’t believe I’m here talking (typing) about energy. We therefore delve into different definitions of intimacy, personal space & commitment, modern dating and feelings. xx, Ep 53: The One Year Anniversary, with Amy. You won't regret taking part in this holistic and multifaceted conversation of utmost cultural relevance. Please do share this episode and spread the word. ), setting boundaries and so much more! We are back to talk about the repercussions of boundaries, new year's resolutions and expectations! You can find out more about Lori at drloribethbisbey.com and Anita at alethya.com. Meet JoEllen Notte. The book is a great read, but according to James, recognising how detrimental to society as a whole it is, creating awareness is not enough. Speak to you in January. ), self-worth, the irrational fear of travelling, the film industry life and many, many hilarious stories. These conversations give me life!!! Thanks Paula for the connection! I was going to do a thing for the big 100, but it hardly seems relevant now. Rollkuchen are Mennonite Fritters! It's a warm welcome back to our dear Anita Cassidy and a perfect introduction to Dr. Lori Beth Bisbey. Her mission is to start a conversation, to shed light on the harsh realities of the dance world, as well as to come up with collaborative, community-based solutions to the hardships faced by dancers. (She will also soon be launching a website dedicated to reporting on psychedelics called HUXLEY - it can be found @huxleymag.) Steph and I had a great time recording this one! Nikki Peck is an artist, whom you most likely know from her Instagram page @bonercandy69 where you can find all sorts of glorious depictions of women in their realest sexual moments. Meet Andreia! Holy crap. Anecdotes contain examples from: polyamory/non-monogamy, writing, single life, friendship, setting historical context to labels, inability to accept complexity, and living outside of boxes. "Sex is too important to leave in the hands of pornographers." He is a transgender man, who identifies openly within the funeral and death care services profession. (Not for the faint of heart friends, crass depictions of what cervix healing procedures feel like - FUN.) I fucked up, and didn't get around to scheduling a recording this busy week. Mark Boone Junior was born on March 17, 1955 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA as Mark Heidrich. In this episode, Kimbree from Vibin' tells us all about her upcoming sex-toy subscription business centred around fat femmes of colour and their self-pleasure. Julia has me blabbing about the origins of the podcast, as well as its current process. Poor fisheries data, many fishers, and increasing tourism development: Interdisciplinary views on past and current small-scale fisheries exploitation on Holbox Island. She ended up uploading a new post on Youtube about Sex vs. Meet Sunny. Fuck YES! Now go and have some fun on your extra-curricular activities. I think we all need a bit of Jess vibes this beautiful Friday. Welcome back my lovers!!!! Topics: storytelling, travel, taking Europe for granted, small town ambition, inevitably COVID-19, happy life accidents, logistics vs. creativity, problem solving, privilege, trans lives, acting, directing, gender representation, making space, expanding past our lived experiences, growth, writing, and trusting your instincts!! What role does art, writing and music have to play in today's society? Bit of wisdom for today: "Accepting your own death is a really good way to learn to live." Ashley now cams under her own name. Give yourself some pleasure just ahead of the stressful Holiday season! Episode 56 stars my newest friend Jen Doan! It’s our goal to reach and support underrepresented writers and to give space to those writers who are often muted or silenced. Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. Listen to this hilarious and empowering episode, led by your fave trio! Alternatively, you can find him on Twitter @tylerharris241. We talk down the funnest rabbit roles surrounding judaism and self-pleasuring, as well as unlikely sources of feminism and going from secular thought to "becoming religious". You can find out more about Danica's podcast 50 plus a tip on your favourite podcast apps or @50plusatip on IG! How's everybody holding up? 9) The Poetics of Fear: A Human Response to Human Security, Jonathan Gottschall's The Storytelling Animal, Stephen Fry quote mentioned: "I believe one of the greatest human failings is to prefer to be right than to be effective." My lovers! Tune in you won't regret it. Listen in if you want to share some deep dark thoughts about creativity, voices that need/needn’t be heard and unsure answers. I can't think of a better person to feature than Javay da BAE! She tells me about her experiences with mothering, about speaking out, about growing up Black and mixed race in the UK, about sexuality and self-acceptance. Jen is a sexuality empowerment coach based in Vancouver, BC. Her openness is astonishing, and I am so thankful for her wanting to share her story with me. For more on Jess go to her website belovedcoaching.net, or find her on Facebook or Insta @belovedcoaching. Fave quote: "No one person will ever encompass everything that you want in a partner, so I guess you'll just have to... be a hoe." We retrace the steps through her childhood and "loss of virginity", to finding a purpose via arts degrees and people services jobs. We talk about meeting at the Cannes Film Festival, the changes we've seen, and most importantly the differences we can make as individuals. She walks me through the past four years of consistently being triggered by the media and the ways she has been coping with how trauma fundamentally changed her. He casually tells us about his first movie, and subsequent documentaries, expanding on what kind of art and storytelling matters to him.