Created with Sketch.
67 minutes | Apr 26, 2019
Erica Nix is known as the Richard Simmons of Austin. She’s an artist, fitness coach, activist, and photographer. From transformfitnessaustin.com: Erica Nix is on a mission to Make Working Out Fun Again! Her kitschy, sex-positive aerobics classes have grown a loyal following, and now she’s taking her movement to the next level. In December of 2016, she opened her own studio, Transform, hosting a full range of fitness classes and events.
54 minutes | Apr 12, 2019
Jesus Valles is an award-winning actor and playwright. Their autobiographical show, (Un)Documents, is a compilation of short stories and poems to process their and their families’ experiences about what it’s like to be documented and undocumented. Host, Bekah Johnson, is a dumb dumb and Jesus tries to teach her about the arbitrary process it takes to become an American citizen.
54 minutes | Mar 28, 2019
Betty Grumble is a performer who is self-described as part surreal showgirl, part obscene beauty queen and one part sex clown. Her many talent's can't be put into one box. Just listen. She's delightful.
63 minutes | Mar 21, 2019
Nikki DaVaughn is a writer, body activist, performer, occasional domimatrix and shenanigan starter. She is the founder and director of Fat Bottom Cabaret and co-producer of The Midnight Menagerie, a collective of POC performers based in Austin. She spends most of her time dating poorly and writing stories about what it’s like to be fat and black in Texas.
62 minutes | Mar 7, 2019
Charissa Lucille is a photographer, writer, Zine maker and owner of her zine shop in Phoenix, AZ called, Wasted Ink Zine Distro.
68 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
Timmy is a drag performer who goes by the name Strawberry Shartcake. He's also a go-go dancer and bartender at Seattle's infamous queer bar, Pony. Oh, and he's also an ex-Morman.
12 minutes | Jul 27, 2017
Jordan O' Jordan Bonus
Scientist Jordan skools us on cancer. It's fascinating. Bekah is an exceptional dumb dumb in this episode and Jordan pretends not to notice.
76 minutes | Jul 21, 2017
Jordan O' Jordan
Jordan O' Jordan is a musician, songwriter, singer, and sexy scientist. Legit. On this episode, Jordan talks about his music and how science influences his art.
74 minutes | Apr 21, 2017
Davee has been studying the tarot since 1993. He designs his own decks by using the tarot as a lens to explore the geography and communities he lives in. As a queer artist, he likes to use homoerotic imagery as well as humorous pop and iconic references. On this episode, Dayvee explains what the tarot is, how to use it, and how he got into tarot.
76 minutes | Apr 13, 2017
Anouk Rawkson is a multimedia visual artist whose works span from paintings to clothing to plush toys. He's inspired by music, horror films, comics, and subcultures. In this episode, Anouk talks about what it's like to be a Chicano queer and a brujo.
86 minutes | Mar 16, 2017
Jen George: The Sequel
In the sequel, Jen talks about learning to practice Maya Spiritual Healing in Belize, self-transformation, using pendulums, the power of intention, and so much more. Bekah talks a lot in this episode and then she cries.
54 minutes | Feb 1, 2017
Jen George Part One
Jen George is a woo woo intuitive wellness coach and energy worker. She practices Maya spiritual healing, energy clearings, massage, reiki and other smudgy, witchy things. In part one, Jen talks about her transition into her spiritual practices and beliefs, the time she threatened someone at a bar with a broken off beer bottle, and not having the answers to almost anything. She offers practices to help us with our intentions and helps Bekah to think about her life direction in a new way.
62 minutes | Jan 18, 2017
Scott Shoemaker is a comedic actor and singer. He is best known for his hilarious character, Ms. Pak-Man. He's also Buttry Brown's sidekick, Sida Gravy as well as many other characters in various shows. Scott and Bekah chat about his life as a performer, mental illness, deprivation tanks, and the power of just doing things even though you're afraid.
37 minutes | Jan 10, 2017
Max Otero Royer
Max Otero Royer is a 16-year-old multimedia artist. He's an animator, musician, printmaker, painter and he draws. Max talks about his art, politics, the way he chooses to view the world, and being queer/trans.
6 minutes | Jan 9, 2017
Mary Anne Carter & Sarah Galvin Bonus
Sarah Galvin reads her poem The Queen of my Castle.
77 minutes | Dec 27, 2016
Mary Anne Carter & Sarah Galvin
Bekah chats with girlfriends, Mary Anne Carter and Sarah Galvin. Mary Anne Carter is a printmaker and visual artist. She's inspired by fashion, positive ideas, and social change. Sarah Galvin is a poet and creative non-fiction writer who is also inspired by fashion as well as visual art and conversation. In this episode, Mary Anne and Sarah discuss their art, lives, inspiration, queer femininity, pizza eating techniques and a bunch more. Also, we dig deep into a sex dream one of them had about Hillary Clinton. [Outro music: Fashion Killa by A$AP Rocky]
61 minutes | Dec 20, 2016
John Criscitello is a multimedia artist who is known for his street art in Seattle. In this episode, he and Bekah talk about gentrification, art, life and being queer. He also makes fun of my Minnesota accent.
8 minutes | Dec 15, 2016
Adé Boner Episode with Kerstin Graudins
Artist Kerstin Graudins on why she loves and makes art about her very dear friend, Adé. Check out queedos.com for more pics of Adé's antics.
58 minutes | Dec 13, 2016
Adé is a model, actor, drag performer, singer/songwriter and a Seattle personality. In this episode, Adé talks about being black, queer and gender-fluid, and getting attacked for those reasons. S/he also talks about her past and current projects and tells a super funny story that I don't even want to write here as to not ruin any of it.
4 minutes | Dec 8, 2016
Clyde Petersen Bonus With John Criscitello
Bonus Episode! John Criscitello talks about why he loves Clyde Petersen.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022