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Episode Info: Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up! This week's episode title was inspired by the hashtag #maybehedoesnthityou created by socio-cultural critic & friend to the show Zahira Kelly aka @bad_dominicana On this episode… Can you repurpose hate speech? Do mehn deserve the Nobel Peace Prize Peabody EGOT Source Award grant fellowship as a reward for not beating or cheating on you? This week’s hot list: Watch “Hair Wolf” on HBO (it’s good Black girl fun), break up with him, language language language, whole squad demisexual, white supremacist patriarchal capitalism and dating (fvcking yikes), and new microphones because we are very important podcasters. 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 Join Queen on Friday, August 16th for a Ms.Vixen IRL event! “Bad Bitch Affirmations: Our Bodies” workshop. Entry is a donation of your choice: RSVP for Inner Hoe Uprising’s Sex Trivia Sunday’s September 1st edition at Luv Story Bar in Brooklyn: NOTES & EXTRA TEA Check out listener Dom from Decatur’s blog: Listen to Inner Hoe Uprising with special guest Estephanie of bag Ladiez discuss her demisexuality: Listen to J. discuss her demisexuality on episode 213 (conversation starts around moment 34:48): Listen to our interview with trans activist Diamond Stylz: Listen to “Navigating Transness and Siblings” episode of Marsha’s Plate podcast for an intimate conversation with Diamond and her younger brother: Listen to our review of the Hulu series "Shrill" This week’s closing clip features Professor Eddie S. Glaude speaking on MSNBC: This episode of Tea with Queen and J. was created, hosted & produced by Janicia & Naima with 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 fo...
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