Living in this Queer Body

By Asher Pandjiris

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A podcast about barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves

Episode Date
Mel Plaut on Guns and Guts in Rural Georgia
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Mel Plaut (she/they/he) is an author and urban planner. Her first book, HACK, is a memoir of her experiences as a New York City taxi driver. Plaut’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, HuffPost, Lenny Letter, BUST Magazine, and on NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Born in New York City, Plaut is currently based in Eatonton, Georgia, where she’s writing a novel about queer gun clubs in rural America. They will soon re-locate to Lincoln, Nebraska.
@newyorkhack

I’m Nonbinary, Gay-Married And Just Moved To The Deep South. Here’s Why I Got A Gun. (2019)

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/queer-gun-owner-deep-south_n_5c8938d3e4b038892f49c3cb

Also discussed: @queerappalachia @ruralresistance


LITQB Podcast
This is a podcast about the barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves. This is a podcast for people who identify as queer or for people who might think of their relationship between their body and confining social narratives as queer. This can feel like an isolating experience. 

Our wounded bodies need spaces to talk about struggles with nourishment/disordered eating, body image issues, dysphoria, racism, heterosexism, transphobia, xenophobia, substance use/abuse, chronic pain/disability, body changes in parenthood, intergenerational trauma, the medical/wellness/therapy industrial complex and its lack of inclusion of queer bodies and much more. Hopefully this podcast (support) can illustrate the connections, and resonant pain points, that we have with one another. 

The Host
Asher Pandjiris
Psychotherapist/ Podcaster/ Group Facilitator

The Podcast
Livinginthisqueerbody.com
@livinginthisqueerbody

Support
https://www.patreon.com/livinginthisqueerbody

Music: Ethan Philbrick and Helen Messineo-Pandjiris
Audio Production: ganym3d3.com 

May 22, 2019
Marlee Grace on Learning the Body Again and Again, and More all the time
2488

Marlee Grace is an improviser and author currently based in Michigan. She works with improvisation as a method for navigating being alive and making work through movement, quilting, writing, and hosting the CENTER residency. Marlee is the author of How to Not Always Be Working: A Toolkit for Creativity and Radical Self-Care (2018) and A Sacred Shift: A Book About Personal Practice (2017).

http://marleegrace.space/
@marleegrace 
@personalpractice


LITQB Podcast
This is a podcast about the barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves. This is a podcast for people who identify as queer or for people who might think of their relationship between their body and confining social narratives as queer. This can feel like an isolating experience. 

Our wounded bodies need spaces to talk about struggles with nourishment/disordered eating, body image issues, dysphoria, racism, heterosexism, transphobia, xenophobia, substance use/abuse, chronic pain/disability, body changes in parenthood, intergenerational trauma, the medical/wellness/therapy industrial complex and its lack of inclusion of queer bodies and much more. Hopefully this podcast (support) can illustrate the connections, and resonant pain points, that we have with one another. 

The Host
Asher Pandjiris
Psychotherapist/ Podcaster/ Group Facilitator

The Podcast
Livinginthisqueerbody.com
@livinginthisqueerbody

Support
https://www.patreon.com/livinginthisqueerbody

Music: Ethan Philbrick and Helen Messineo-Pandjiris
Audio Production: ganym3d3.com 

May 15, 2019
Wolf Medicine Magic on the Body as Student and Teacher
3314

Regina is an Ayurvedic Health Counselor, 500hr Yoga Teacher, Barre fitness instructor and Breathwork healer living in Brooklyn, NY since 2004. In 2014 she received her Ayurveda and yoga teaching certifications from the Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda and trained with Breathwork healer and teacher David Elliot in 2017.

NOTE!!  In my intro, I misspoke about Regina’s instagram handle… you can find Regina at wolf MEDICINE magic:

https://www.wolfmedicinemagic.com/

@wolfmedicinemagic

LITQB Podcast
This is a podcast about the barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves. This is a podcast for people who identify as queer or for people who might think of their relationship between their body and confining social narratives as queer. This can feel like an isolating experience. 

Our wounded bodies need spaces to talk about struggles with nourishment/disordered eating, body image issues, dysphoria, racism, heterosexism, transphobia, xenophobia, substance use/abuse, chronic pain/disability, body changes in parenthood, intergenerational trauma, the medical/wellness/therapy industrial complex and its lack of inclusion of queer bodies and much more. Hopefully this podcast (support) can illustrate the connections, and resonant pain points, that we have with one another. 

The Host
Asher Pandjiris
Psychotherapist/ Podcaster/ Group Facilitator

The Podcast
Livinginthisqueerbody.com
@livinginthisqueerbody

Support
https://www.patreon.com/livinginthisqueerbody

Music: Ethan Philbrick and Helen Messineo-Pandjiris
Audio Production: ganym3d3.com 

May 08, 2019
Episode 0: Introduction to the Podcast and Asher (a mini-sode)
304

LITQB Podcast
This is a podcast about the barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves. This is a podcast for people who identify as queer or for people who might think of their relationship between their body and confining social narratives as queer. This can feel like an isolating experience. 

Our wounded bodies need spaces to talk about struggles with nourishment/disordered eating, body image issues, dysphoria, racism, heterosexism, transphobia, xenophobia, substance use/abuse, chronic pain/disability, body changes in parenthood, intergenerational trauma, the medical/wellness/therapy industrial complex and its lack of inclusion of queer bodies and much more. Hopefully this podcast (support) can illustrate the connections, and resonant pain points, that we have with one another. 

The Host
Asher Pandjiris
Psychotherapist/ Podcaster/ Group Facilitator

The Podcast
Livinginthisqueerbody.com
@livinginthisqueerbody

Support
https://www.patreon.com/livinginthisqueerbody

Music: Ethan Philbrick and Helen Messineo-Pandjiris

May 01, 2019
Tattoo Doula Tamara Santibañez on Reclaiming Embodiment
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Tamara Santibañez (b. 1987) is a multimedia artist living and working in Brooklyn. Her work is rooted in subcultural semiotics, exploring the meanings we assign to materials, accessories and objects. Drawing from the worlds of fetish, punk, Chicanx art, and tattooing, she probes the weight objects hold as symbols and the ways in which style-based cultural signifiers function as shorthand for a coded communication.   Santibañez is the founding editor of New York-based independent publishing house Discipline Press, a multimedia venture dedicated to reconnecting popular imagery of counterculture with the narratives and history of those who create it, with a focus on excavating experiences of marginalized peoples within subculture. As a tattoo artist working at the legendary Saved Tattoo, Santibañez is widely known for her innovative combination of Chicanx imagery with fetish iconography.

http://tamarasantibanez.com/
@tamarasantibanez
https://www.savedtattoo.com/tamara-santibanez

LITQB Podcast
This is a podcast about the barriers to embodiment and how our collective body stories can bring us back to ourselves. This is a podcast for people who identify as queer or for people who might think of their relationship between their body and confining social narratives as queer. This can feel like an isolating experience. 

Our wounded bodies need spaces to talk about struggles with nourishment/disordered eating, body image issues, dysphoria, racism, heterosexism, transphobia, xenophobia, substance use/abuse, chronic pain/disability, body changes in parenthood, intergenerational trauma, the medical/wellness/therapy industrial complex and its lack of inclusion of queer bodies and much more. Hopefully this podcast (support) can illustrate the connections, and resonant pain points, that we have with one another. 

The Host
Asher Pandjiris
Psychotherapist/ Podcaster/ Group Facilitator

The Podcast
Livinginthisqueerbody.com
@livinginthisqueerbody

Support
https://www.patreon.com/livinginthisqueerbody

Music: Ethan Philbrick and Helen Messineo-Pandjiris
Audio Production: ganym3d3.com 

Apr 30, 2019