How have you been bad? Bad Behavior is a podcast for rebellious spirits.
Hosted by two queer friends, Rosalind and Nikila interview guests on the unusual and the taboo, to challenge preconceived notions of identity. Bad Behavior is about normalising being open to, and vulnerable in, tough conversations.
This is a podcast that’s unafraid to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I fell short’ as we journey to be the “baddest” we can be. For well behaved women rarely make history.
Gay Conversion Therapy Ft. Elena Joy Thurston
Many believe Gay Conversion Therapy went away in the 60s. It didn't. Sadly, it's still very real. This week we speak to Elena Joy Thurston about spirituality and religion, her experience with Gay Conversion Therapy, and how she used mindfulness to recover from it. Elena is an inspirational speaker, writer, and founder of the Pride and Joy Foundation.
Listeners are advised that this episode contains references to suicide.
Solo-Sex, Consent & Non-Monogamy: A Sexy Chat Ft. Ruby Rare
In this episode, we speak to sex educator Ruby Rare; who is on a mission to get people talking more confidently and inclusively about sex. We speak about navigating consent in polyamorous relationships, the power of unlearning the shame around solo sex, and Ruby’s new book; Sex Ed: A Belated Guide for Adults. Ruby shares vulnerable moments in her own journey to sex-positivity.
Life After a Cult: Navigating Womanhood, Sexuality & Belief Ft. Lilia Tawara
This week we speak with Lilia Tarawa, who shares her experience leaving the Gloriavale cult to discover the outside world. Lilia is a writer, public speaker and anti-abuse advocate, known for her viral TED talk and #1 bestselling memoir 'Daughter of Gloriavale: My Life in a Religious Cult'
This episode is sponsored by Rosalind's new single Really You’re a Nice Kid.
Listeners are advised that this episode contains references to abuse.
Belonging: Finding Identity Through Contemporary Indigenous Art Ft. Rachael Sarra
Join us as we chat to the incredibly talented Rachael Sarra, a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country. We discuss contemporary indigenous art, the lack of indigenous education in Australian schools, and how art can express identity and belonging.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are advised that the following episode contains references to sensitive and confronting content, regarding the Stolen Generation.
The Dark Side of Diet Culture Ft. Caroline Dooner
Dieting doesn’t work, let’s talk about it. This week Nikila is joined by our editor Namcheja to discuss the dark side of diet culture. Special guest Caroline Dooner, author of The F*ck It Diet, discusses the trauma of weight stigma, intuitive eating and how we can heal our relationship with food.
Finding Confidence: Sex, Dating and Disability Ft. Becky Dann
Join us as we delve into sex, dating and disability. Our guest this week is Becky Dann, a London-based photographer we first discovered on The Undateables, a British TV dating show which follows people living with disability. Becky chatted to us about; navigating dating apps, the limitations of sex education, and how Becky used photography to find confidence in her body.
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A great podcast discussing a range of really important topics!
Love the work these women are doing- it’s an enlightening and thoughtful provoking podcast!
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Can’t stop listening! I want more!
Love this podcast: v thought provoking topics, all well put together with a mix of interviews, reflections, discussions, introspections. Looking forward to the next episode!