1 hr 2 min

Max The Human Tapestry Podcast

    • Relationships

If you've listened to this podcast for a little while, it may end up looking and sounding a little different, because I'm trying a new editing platform that allows for something I've wanted to set up for a while: transcripts! The edits may be a little off as I adapt, but if this works out, it may be good in the long run. Of course, because this is a real, human conversation, and real humans don't always have conversations in structured, proper syntax, the transcript reads a little off at times. I thought it was important to capture the real conversation, though, for people who work with transcripts to have their best podcasting experience. Of course, I'm evolving as a podcaster just as I'm evolving as a human, so if anyone who relies on these has any feedback, please let me know!







This week, I’m talking with Max, a friend who currently identifies as a transgender expansive, genderfluid, asexual, aromantic, mad poly queer, demisexual gender traveler who enjoys rope play, daddy boy play, impact play, edging, and other play of various kinds. We had a great conversation talking about their constantly evolving identity, how important their life as a young girl is to their identity, working in the mental health industry, navigating therapy, the "time travel mechanism" of ADHD, how language affects us, and so much more.







Enjoy the conversation!







Episode Transcript







[00:00:00] 







[00:00:15]Mike: If you've listened to this podcast for a little while. It may end up looking and sounding a little different because I'm trying a new editing platform that allows for something I wanted to set up for a while: transcripts! The edits may be a little off as I adapt, but if this works out, it may be good in the long run. And of course, because this is a real human conversation, and real humans don't always have conversations in structured, proper syntax transcript reads a little off at times. 







[00:00:42] I thought it was important, though, to capture the real conversation for people who work with transcripts to have their best podcasting experience. Now, of course I'm evolving as a podcast or just as I'm evolving as a human, so if anyone who relies on these as any feedback, please let me know. Now, this week, I'm talking with Max, [00:01:00] a friend who currently identifies as a transgender expansive, gender fluid, 







[00:01:04] asexual, aromantic, mad poly queer, demisexual gender traveler who enjoys rope play, daddy boy play, impact play, edging and other play of various kinds. We had a great conversation talking about their constantly evolving identity, how important their life as a young girl is to their identity. Working in the mental health industry, navigating therapy, 







[00:01:28] the time travel mechanism of ADHD, how language affects us and so much more. So let's get to the conversation.   







[00:01:36] 







[00:01:36]Max, Max, you and I go back a ways actually to,







[00:01:52] I don't know, it's been a few years. We first met in your skate shop in Columbus, so, 







[00:02:00] [00:02:00] Max: and then that's like five it's like what? Five years? Probably. 







[00:02:05] Mike: At least five or six back. Yeah. So it's been a little bit and, and it's been really neat because I've gotten to watch you change and evolve into yourself since I've gotten to know you.







[00:02:19] Um, and I know like you still filled out my little form and you've got on your identities. Let me go through them. This list here, transgender expansive, asexual, aromantic. Uh, enjoy rope play daddy boy play as a bottom or a sub, impact play, edging, long, drawn out sexy sensory play of various kinds, mad poly queer,

If you've listened to this podcast for a little while, it may end up looking and sounding a little different, because I'm trying a new editing platform that allows for something I've wanted to set up for a while: transcripts! The edits may be a little off as I adapt, but if this works out, it may be good in the long run. Of course, because this is a real, human conversation, and real humans don't always have conversations in structured, proper syntax, the transcript reads a little off at times. I thought it was important to capture the real conversation, though, for people who work with transcripts to have their best podcasting experience. Of course, I'm evolving as a podcaster just as I'm evolving as a human, so if anyone who relies on these has any feedback, please let me know!







This week, I’m talking with Max, a friend who currently identifies as a transgender expansive, genderfluid, asexual, aromantic, mad poly queer, demisexual gender traveler who enjoys rope play, daddy boy play, impact play, edging, and other play of various kinds. We had a great conversation talking about their constantly evolving identity, how important their life as a young girl is to their identity, working in the mental health industry, navigating therapy, the "time travel mechanism" of ADHD, how language affects us, and so much more.







Enjoy the conversation!







Episode Transcript







[00:00:00] 







[00:00:15]Mike: If you've listened to this podcast for a little while. It may end up looking and sounding a little different because I'm trying a new editing platform that allows for something I wanted to set up for a while: transcripts! The edits may be a little off as I adapt, but if this works out, it may be good in the long run. And of course, because this is a real human conversation, and real humans don't always have conversations in structured, proper syntax transcript reads a little off at times. 







[00:00:42] I thought it was important, though, to capture the real conversation for people who work with transcripts to have their best podcasting experience. Now, of course I'm evolving as a podcast or just as I'm evolving as a human, so if anyone who relies on these as any feedback, please let me know. Now, this week, I'm talking with Max, [00:01:00] a friend who currently identifies as a transgender expansive, gender fluid, 







[00:01:04] asexual, aromantic, mad poly queer, demisexual gender traveler who enjoys rope play, daddy boy play, impact play, edging and other play of various kinds. We had a great conversation talking about their constantly evolving identity, how important their life as a young girl is to their identity. Working in the mental health industry, navigating therapy, 







[00:01:28] the time travel mechanism of ADHD, how language affects us and so much more. So let's get to the conversation.   







[00:01:36] 







[00:01:36]Max, Max, you and I go back a ways actually to,







[00:01:52] I don't know, it's been a few years. We first met in your skate shop in Columbus, so, 







[00:02:00] [00:02:00] Max: and then that's like five it's like what? Five years? Probably. 







[00:02:05] Mike: At least five or six back. Yeah. So it's been a little bit and, and it's been really neat because I've gotten to watch you change and evolve into yourself since I've gotten to know you.







[00:02:19] Um, and I know like you still filled out my little form and you've got on your identities. Let me go through them. This list here, transgender expansive, asexual, aromantic. Uh, enjoy rope play daddy boy play as a bottom or a sub, impact play, edging, long, drawn out sexy sensory play of various kinds, mad poly queer,

1 hr 2 min