Wash Your Mouth Out Podcast

By Madison Young and Moorea Malatt

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Power, Pleasure and Parenting. The stigma-smashing feminist podcast. Be entertained, empowered, inspired and feel seen while you're raising small humans. With your hosts, Madison Young and Moorea Malatt.

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Supporting Birth, Abortion, & Birthing Prisoners with Maggie Mayhem

Maggie Mayhem talks with Madison Young about new motherhood and her experience on both sides of birth support; her work in supporting birthing prisoners and the current state of pregnancy and birthing in prisons as well as why it can be essential for a person getting abortion to have access to full-spectrum doula support.
Maggie Mayhem is a former sex worker, current birth worker, and death worker in training
from San Francisco, CA. She has been involved in public health since 2003 and is an international advocate for sex worker rights and reproductive justice. As a full spectrum doula she believes in providing a supportive presence for people in the journey from womb-to-tomb and offers support for any possible outcome of fertility. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Sex Worker Outreach Project-USA; founded the health, hygiene, and harm reduction project HarmReduxSF; and is part of the leadership and training team of the Bay Area Doula Project which focuses on abortion support and access. She has spoken about sexual biometrics at South by Southwest (SxSW); debated pornography at Yale with Gail Dines; is a feminist porn award recipient; and I’ve been collaborating with this powerhouse of an activist on sex positive projects for over a decade. Maggie’s website is MaggieMayhem.com and you can follow her on Instagram as @MaggieMayhem or on Twitter as @MsMaggieMayhem. We would love to have your support at our Patreon.com slash WashYourMouthOut

Jul 31, 2019
Becoming a MILF, Sex Work, Art, Conception and Parenting with Sadie Lune

Feminist adult film actor, creator and performance artist Sadie Lune tells us about her long, intentional process of becoming a parent as a queer sex worker, including a spiritual gang-bang live performance art piece, a financial plan and a move to Berlin where she tells us, the experience of birth and postpartum wellness care is far beyond what Americans can imagine. She dishes on her newest films and projects. Warning: baby sucks, farts and coos make an appearance.
Sadie Lune is a creative professional who works across disciplines and with diverse collaborators as a consultant, actress, instructor, public speaker, visual multimedia artist ,sex worker and domme. She is an American living in Berlin, who speaks both English and German. Sadie has won awards for her short films and performances, appeared in feature films and queer porn, exhibited explicit whore-positive work in squats and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and shown her cervix internationally. She writes for magazines on topics of sexuality, gender, intimacy, fertility, queer parenthood and sex work. Sadie is a mom of two kiddos.
Her current projects include a film called The Milf Nextdoor by Erika Lust films,
Spit and Ashes, a witchy erotic film by pinklabel.tv and more.
This episode is brought to you by ToolShedToys.com an erotic boutique .

Jul 16, 2019
Ariel Gore: Hip Mama, We Were Witches and Hexing the Patriarchy

Ariel Gore, the original Hip Mama, joins us for a witchy parent shame-smashing chat on creating her magazine and books, the special brand of misogyny she experienced single parenting when she was very young, and how she escaped the "perfect parenting" pressures by being an outcast.
Ariel Gore a memoirist, novelist, nonfiction author, journalist and teacher. She is the founding editor/publisher of Hip Mama, an Alternative Press Award-winning publication covering the culture and politics of motherhood. Her books include Bluebird: Women and the New Psychology of Happiness, How to Become a Famous Writer Before You’re Dead, The Traveling Death and Resurrection Show, Atlas of the Human Heart, The End of Eve, The Hip Mama’s Survival Guide, The Mother Trip: A guide to staying Sane in the Chaos of Motherhood, We Were Witches, a memoir, The Art Life Coloring Book and the upcoming Hexing the Patriarchy: 26 potions, spells & magical Elixirs to Embolden the Resistance . She is widely credited with launching the maternal feminism movement. She’s a LAMBDA Literary Award Winner and the mother of two children born 17 years apart from one another. You can support this podcast at www.Patreon.com/washyourmouthout

Jul 02, 2019
Amanda Palmer: The Art of Asking, Vulnerability and Motherhood

Amanda Palmer steps into the studio with us while on tour for her new courageously honest album, There Will Be No Intermission. We go deep into a truly vulnerable discussion on The Art of Asking for support for our art, our parenting and everything else. She profoundly reminds us why abortion access is so critical to helping us build healthy families. We play you two of her songs in the theme of parenting- and so much more juiciness in this episode! Amanda Palmer started her artistic career as a street performer in all white, giving flowers and eye contact to passers-by in exchange for tips. She was one half of the rock n roll meets cabaret band - the Dresden Dolls- and has since created a whole gaggle of solo albums in her unique witty circusy theatrical performance style with piano and ukulele. Her latest release is called There Will Be No Intermission and it feels like a friend singing to you that its all going to be okay even if it isn’t- because we have each other to hold on to. She is also called the patron saint of crowdfunding and wrote a magnificent book called The Art of Asking on, well, asking for money for our art and asking for help for everything else. She and her partner Neil Gaiman have a toddler son and she is currently on the road for the new album.

Jun 18, 2019
Feminist Fathering with Rad Dad writer himself, Tomas Moniz.

We chat with Tomas Moniz about his two decades of feminist fathering & how the riot grrl movement influenced his parenting. He reads us some of his thoughtful poetry on these relationships and we chat about his sweet books for tiny kids and adults. Tomas is the author of the Rad Dad and Rad Families, Big Familia and The Collaboration/ La Collaboratión, and a zillion zines. He is the recipient of multiple writing awards and resides in the bay area.
We ask folx who love this podcast to join the revolution and support this show on our new Patreon page.

Jun 04, 2019
Polyamory and Parenting, Sex After Baby and Cannabis for Desire with Amory Jane

Amory Jane chats with us about how her polyamory has re-organized after the birth of her baby, how sex feels different, and why she's a huge advocate for cannabis products to help new parents find desire, drive and comfort again. Amory is a sex educator, a podcaster at Sex on the Brain with Amory Jane, the host of Whoopee Live in Portland Oregon and a cannabis advocate. She was featured on the BBC's Love without Limits when she was pregnant with her first child. This episode was sponsored by Luminous Botanicals and their two sensual cannabis intimate lubricants called DEW.

May 29, 2019
Elle Stanger: Sex Work and Parenting with Stripper Writer

How do you talk to kids when they find sex toys? How does a stripper or porn star talk to a child about their work? How do you navigate "What does your mom do for a living?" What is it like to have a postpartum body as a stripper? Elle Stanger answers these questions and more. She is a mom, sex worker and writer and the host of Strange Bedfellows Podcast out of Portland, OR.

May 20, 2019
Kimberly Seals-Allers: Maternal Health Disparities in Breastfeeding, Feminist Fury and Mothering as Real Work

We chat with Kimberly Seals-Allers about Maternal health disparities in breastfeeding, feminist rage to enact change and Mothering as Real Work. We take a deep dive into her book The Big Let Down and her various projects working to end maternal health disparity in communities of color.
Our lovely sponsor is Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque Online.

May 12, 2019
Consent, Breastfeeding, and Feminist Erotica for Birthing People

Madison and Moorea interview one another and talk about the birth of this podcast, the births of our kids, consent, breastfeeding and boundaries, feminist erotica for birthing people and more!
This episode is sponsored by Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque Online (for all bodies!)

May 12, 2019
Michelle Tea: Drag Queen Story Hour, Kids and Astrology & Modern Tarot.

In this very first episode we talk to author Michelle Tea about writing, her tarot book, her children's astrology book and all about Drag Queen Story Hour!

You'll get to know your hosts better in a future episode.

May 10, 2019