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Episode Info: Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up! On this episode… What the fvck is demisexuality and is it queer or what? Then, how to recover from getting played at work, give Miss Major her coins, and are you woke for pay or do you really #listentoBlackwomen? This week’s hot list: Go see that Toni morrison doc (The Pieces I Am), academia vs. regular degular womanism, say her name living or dead, The Free Black Woman’s Library is out here, The Last Black Man In San Francisco (issa movie, go see it), rate the podcasts you listen to, read your creative contracts, demisexuality is a spectrum, Miss Major is major, and if you erase us we will fvcking tell everyone. We see you. Tweet us while you listen! #teawithqj @teawithqj and add #podin on twitter to help others discover Tea with Queen and J. podcast! WEBSITE SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Tumblr: EMAIL & SPONSOR INQUIRIES DONATE OR EVENTS J. will be at Blerd City Con on Sunday July 14 moderating the “Indy Comic Book Artists: Webcomics, Horror, Sci-Fi and Mystery” panel at 1:00 at St.Francis College in Brooklyn! Tix & info: PAY BLACK WOMEN Learn more about Magic Hour kickstarter project and become a supporter: NOTES & EXTRA TEA Learn more about demisexuality: Listen to Inner Hoe Uprising with special guest Estephanie of bag Ladiez discuss her demisexuality: Watch J.’s “Journalism In Pop-Culture” panel at WincCon (she’s out of the video frame, but is in fact in the room moderating the panel): “Miss Major Hospitalized” via Out Magazine: Donate to Miss Major here: This week’s closing clip features trans activist Miss Major discussing showing up for trans folks & Trans Day Of Visibility: This episode of Tea with Queen and J. was created, hosted & produced by Janicia & Naima with editorial support by Sam Riddell and production support by Emeka Ochiagha Libations to our friend’s Domingo, Tokunbo, and D. Sindayiganza who help keep this show running by paying and supporting Black women. Libations to Ohene Cornelius for our show intro, keep up with him at Libations to T.Flint for our News That's Not News intro! Find him at
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