117 episodes

Fake Goth Girls is a weekly podcast where two long distance best friends talk about everything they’re passionate about-- creative living, self-improvement, mental health, pop culture and living on the internet. Let Mia Moore and Liz Locksley take you on a journey of their neurosis, creative passions and geek tendencies.

Fake Goth Girls Liz Locksley & Mia Moore

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 22 Ratings

Fake Goth Girls is a weekly podcast where two long distance best friends talk about everything they’re passionate about-- creative living, self-improvement, mental health, pop culture and living on the internet. Let Mia Moore and Liz Locksley take you on a journey of their neurosis, creative passions and geek tendencies.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

BenMcNully ,

Good show

Ok!

Kaz (@kaijukaz) ,

Hi Mia and Liz!

Hey y’all! I first heard about Fake Goth Girls from a panel at Pax South several years ago but I didn’t start listening until a few weeks ago. This fun podcast made my day-to-day life easier and made me feel a bit less alone. I back-listened through all the episodes, and y’all inspired me to make a change in my life! I quit my job and cut toxic people from my life and now I’m happier than I’ve been in years. I have a new job that is paying me what I’m worth, I’m beginning to make art again, I’m moving, I’m starting a blog, and I’m reading Emily V. Gordon’s “Super You.” I know things have been tough lately, but I promise you guys are making a difference in the nerdy, Fake-gothy community. Thanks Fake Goth Girls!

afroeccentrix ,

Fake Goths, Best Friends

11/10 would listen again, and again, and again, and again! And I have been! I am excited for ya'll to have reached 100 episodes! I finally am leaving a review because I knew I needed to wait for an ICONIC moment (69--nice, was a great milestone but 100 just feels right???). It's kinda cool to have been listening since the beginning, I legitimately have listened to every episode through all the changes in format and hiatuses lol. I feel like I have ~friends~ when listening because it's comfortable, real, and raw. It's nice to be privvy to your conversations as a lot of your friends and listeners are working through figuring out creative living despite cycling through existential crises and dissociative episodes too! As a "content creator" (yikes) it's just affirming to listen to people who struggle with output at times when being an empath who cares about things outside our bubble is hard. All I can say is continue being ya'll, I'll still be here for whatever journey your podcast takes next.

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