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Relevant, a podcast by Posture, is hosted and produced by Annie Rose Malamet and features conversations with some of today’s leading queer visionaries. Posture is a New York City-based magazine and creative agency dedicated to diversity and intersectionality.
 
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The full version of this episode is only available through Patreon or Spotify Subscriptions. Video art professor Sid Branca joins me once again for a lengthy discussion, this time on the elusive concept of "The Female Gaze?" The full version of this episode is only available to Patrons.Edited by Alice WicheMusic: Sans Toi and La Joueuse from the fi…
 
For this special episode, film and video art professor Sid Branca joins me for a nearly 2 and a half hour rigorous discussion on the concept of the "Male Gaze." We use Laura Mulvey's famous essay "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" and take it to task. The first part is available for free, but you'll need to sign up for my Patreon for the rest: …
 
Queer NOLA Witch Lizxnn Cobalt Chrome joins me in celebration of SINISTER SISTERS month to discuss this legendary horror film. This was a juicy 2 hour episode. I’m offering the first hour free for your enjoyment, but if you want the whole discussion, you’ll have to sign up for my Patreon at Patreon.com/girlsgutsgiallo or through Spotify subscriptio…
 
Queer artist, hole enthusiast, and instigator Nayland Blake joins me for a gooey discussion on the first four Alien films. We use Barbara Creed's seminal text "The Monstrous Feminine" as a framework for our analyses. Holes are wrecked, primal scenes are witnessed, and it's all very slimy.
 
You've waited long enough! FREAKY writer Michael Kennedy and horror maven Renee Bever join me to celebrate the spookiest season. This is the first time I've ever had two guests on the podcast at once! On this episode, we discuss the 1990s teen horror sensation, Wes Craven's Scream! Facts are shared, revelations are had, third wave feminism is discu…
 
I'm back! You've all been so patient so you're in for a real treat. Comedienne and podcaster Lucé Tomlin-Brenner joins me once again for a detailed discussion of Rosemary's Baby. It is perhaps one of the most famous horror films of all time, shrouded in mysterious curses and dark 1960s counterculture history. We discuss reckoning with Roman Polansk…
 
Part I of one of the most requested films for Girls, Guts, & Giallo! Famous pervert Tina Horn of Why Are People Into That?! joins me to discuss Clive Barker's opus: Hellraiser (1987)! In part one of this lengthy discourse, we discuss the production, the novella it's based on (Hellbound Heart), and why sadomasochism is an essential theme of the film…
 
I'm back after a much needed break from main podcast episodes! For this new episode, I talked to music journalist Suzy Exposito about Harmony Korine's film, "Spring Breakers." We discuss themes related to whiteness and cultural tourism, culture at the beginning of the 2010s, and what Britney Spears represents to millennials. If you're missing more …
 
Yin Q, writer of the piece "We All Deserve To Heal" from We Too, discusses Spike Lee, Body of Workers, Kink Out Spaces at MOMA PS1, disassociation, complicity, power play, control, and forgiveness. // Yin Q is a mother, kink educator, writer, and activist based in New York City. Their media work includes Mercy Mistress, a web pilot, and Fly in Powe…
 
“They have no stakes. We have all of the stakes.” In the latest episode of my special series on WE TOO: Essays on Sex Work and Survival, I interviewed Selena the Stripper, who wrote the book's introduction. Discussed: FKA Twigs' pole dance appropriation; who gets to use the word Heaux: sugar dating; the status value of a Birkin bag; Strippers Unite…
 
For the first episode of a special series celebrating the release of We Too: Essays on Sex Work and Survival, I chatted with the book's editor Natalie West. (I associate edited and contributed to the anthology!) // "You have to be ok with ambiguity to grapple with what the book presents and what sex work is."// Natalie reflects on her choice to mar…
 
Hey YAPIT fans! I'm focusing my energy on SfSx Volume 2, the hustle, and work/life balance in these turbulent times. Listen for a few words on my hiatus, and what to expect in 2021. xoxoxo TH Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/yapit. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/yapit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
“No amount of assimilation or pride has shaken this sense of myself as an inverted dark predatory lesbian.” // Certified lesbian vampire Annie Rose Malamet joins me to explain the appeal of darkness, finesse, predation, the night, immortal codependency, two little wounds in the neck, ejaculating blood, obsession, morbidity, the shadow self, and per…
 
"How can brands do more for social justice movements? Give people pleasure! Give people a reason to have a wet a$s p#ssy! Uplifting difficult conversations about Black Lives Matter: that’s what makes p#ssy wet! Loving relationships and care starts with pleasure and understanding your needs. And guess what? Social and political justice are needs lik…
 
“Kink is an arena where I find tidiness.” // In Part 2 of my talk with Juno Mac, co-author of Revolting Prostitutes, we discuss: great books about sex work, rational thoughts in an irrational world, whether there's such a thing as the sex worker gaze, what the Hustlers of prostitution will look like, why it’s imperative that sex work activism cente…
 
“Is it ok for 'Juno Mac' to be an anxious hooker and an advocate for sex worker rights? Am I allowed to be a messy, complicated person?” // The co-author of the indispensable book Revolting Prostitutes join me over the phone from her quarantine in England to discuss: the unfair pressure of compartmentalizing our own sex lives and whoreientations, w…
 
“The push and pull between clarity and imagination is something I think about a lot in visual storytelling.” // I called up SfSx series artist Jen Hickman to celebrate the release of our SfSx: Volume 1: Protection trade paperback on July 22nd! Jen and I discuss our collaborative process, and Jen gives some insight into how they think about formatti…
 
“The funny thing about Crash Pad is: you know that I know that you know that I know that there’s cameras in there." // In Part 2 of my interview with Shine, we focus in on Why Are People Into Voyeurism. // Shine tells a legendary tale of how seeing herself in the mirrors at the Lusty Lady inspired Crash Pad Series. We discuss how the voyeurism them…
 
Recorded pre-quarantine, I join film critic Sarah Fonseca in her luxurious Brooklyn bedroom to dish about this film noir classic. We talk femme fatales and the specific way gay men objectify women as "muses." This episode pairs nicely with the June Patreon bonus episode Sarah and I recorded on the work of director Shirley Clarke. Sign up at patreon…
 
On May 11th, I recorded an episode remotely with Shine, about 15 years of Crash Pad Series, and a second part about voyeurism. On June 24th, I called her back to get her perspective on the Movement for Black Lives. This is part one, including our talks about BLM and CPS. Voyeurism coming soon. // “If you tell professionals what to do they won’t rif…
 
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