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26 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
Sabeme Elis generously gave her time to speak to me on a Saturday about the tragic state of America and how she is doing. Thanks for listening.
26 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
Our house, in the middle of our street
Krissy the dolphin loves dolphins but has heard some disturbing things about them. Born and raised in South Africa until the age 18, Krissy Saunders is now an active member and supporter of New York City’s LGBTQ community. Krissy is in her early 20’s, but already offers up a strong voice in favor of claiming ownership over your sexuality. She is also a working actor who just closed a month long run of Billie Malcolm & Yusuf at the Castillo Theater. In this episode we talk mostly about the Cubbyhole. For real though if you find yourself thinking “alright enough about the Cubbyhole” this episode isn’t for you because it only gets worse. In this interview, Krissy lies to me about not being tragically hungover due to spending the previous evening at said bar. I saw Krissy on the establishment’s IG story lit af after I left her house 😂 (yes you!!!!). She is one of the funniest people I’ve ever met as well as a very supportive friend to all. If you are ever at the Cubbyhole just know she’s probably there too 😂 Thank you for listening 😘♥️
21 minutes | Jun 18, 2019
This is the first episode of Difficult Womxn where we sat down and unpacked SOME of the very complex topic that is body image. I have issues with my body image. Many of you do as well. Most of my deepest insecurities have blossomed from things other people have said about my body. No matter what you look like society will find a way to shame and compare you- I say that from a recognized position of thin privilege. Word choice is important when talking about bodies and everyone has terms they love and hate. Anise identifies with the word “fat” and chooses to reclaim the word. From the beginning of the episode to the end you will hear how Anise freely offers permission to themself and others to be autonomous over our bodies and take charge of the verbiage used to communicate. Anise chooses their name, their pronouns, their circle, their strength building, their expression, their art, their life. On stage Anise moves with DECISION. In person they represent what it means to be a strong, powerful, non-binary femme human and I thank you for listening with open ears to our chat.
24 minutes | Jun 7, 2019
DIFFICULT WOMXN EP 3: MIA LOZADA 2020
I sit down with Mia Enid Lozada of Hartford, Connecticut to discuss her life experience as a transgender woman, her passion for beauty and self expression and most recently her career in politics. Please listen in to hear this very thoughtful, smart young woman talk about what matters to her most. She represents the present and the future. Thank you for listening ♥️💋
31 minutes | May 31, 2019
DIFFICULT WOMXN EPISODE 2: GO FOR HIS CAR
Adama Brandi Jackson is one tough ass woman. She works hard for her $ and demands the respect she deserves. Adama’s self love and awareness is powerful. Tune in to be inspired and maybe even learn some nontraditional tips on how to deal with men. Thank you for listening.
37 minutes | May 24, 2019
DIFFICULT WOMXN EPISODE 1: The Resistance
Aleigha Spinks is a multidisciplinary artist and casting director. In our first episode of DW, Aleigha sits down with Annabelle to discuss her craft, her experience growing up as a queer and biracial woman, and what its really like to be a proud member of the resistance.
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