51 min

Ep 84: Asexuality & Ace Spectrum with Molly Woodstock Feminist Killjoys, PhD

**Second upload of this episode--the original got taken down by Soundcloud. Apologies for the clutter on your feed!**

Molly Woodstock (host, Gender Reveal) joins us to talk about asexuality and the ace spectrum. They talk different kind of attractions (platonic, aesthetic, romantic, sexual), myths about asexual people, and more! Plus, they join us for RWLs.
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Intro: "Top Floor" GRRRL PRTY
Tiny sample of SZA & Kendrick "All the Stars"
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Subscribe on iTunes & leave a review! Follow us on Instagram! And Facebook! And Twitter! Check out our Feminist Killjoys, PhD Mixtape on Spotify! Have some extra dollars and want to support feminist media-makers? Consider donating to our Patreon or as a one-time thing at our website. And of course, feel free to email us 2004 at fkj.phd@gmail.com
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This episode is sponsored by the MA in Critical Studies Program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Because we need to interrogate, intervene, and reimagine like never before. For more information or to apply visit pnca.edu/criticalstudies
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**Second upload of this episode--the original got taken down by Soundcloud. Apologies for the clutter on your feed!**

Molly Woodstock (host, Gender Reveal) joins us to talk about asexuality and the ace spectrum. They talk different kind of attractions (platonic, aesthetic, romantic, sexual), myths about asexual people, and more! Plus, they join us for RWLs.
***
Intro: "Top Floor" GRRRL PRTY
Tiny sample of SZA & Kendrick "All the Stars"
***
Subscribe on iTunes & leave a review! Follow us on Instagram! And Facebook! And Twitter! Check out our Feminist Killjoys, PhD Mixtape on Spotify! Have some extra dollars and want to support feminist media-makers? Consider donating to our Patreon or as a one-time thing at our website. And of course, feel free to email us 2004 at fkj.phd@gmail.com
***
This episode is sponsored by the MA in Critical Studies Program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Because we need to interrogate, intervene, and reimagine like never before. For more information or to apply visit pnca.edu/criticalstudies
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51 min