QKIDs is hosted by the Queer Community Collective, a non-profit based in Vancouver, Canada. Hosts, Ess and Kaide, discuss global issues, interview incredible humans and tell hilarious stories- all through a very queer lens.
Find us on instagram and facebook at Queer Community Collective or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Trans Visibility is Magic
In this episode, hosts Kaide and Ess interview 3 different trans humans (Dom Wakeland, Galen Chan and Ben Saccone) who modelled in the My Luteal advertisement that blew up the internet. The remainder of the episode celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility with long interviews with Galen Chan and Ben Saconne on growing up, coming out and finding a supportive community.
June 27th is Langley Pride. Save the date! Come support.
QCC is hosting A series on instagram live called Beyond the Binary for Pride Month. You don't want to miss these awesome chats.
We are still offering free street portraits. DM or email QCC to set yours up! Email is email@example.com
Dom Wakeland: @caillou.sexy.ass.cousin
Galen Chan: @galentheinvestigator, @thefriendlybarber
Ben Saccone: @bensaccone
Queer and Black History
Welcome to our long awaited second episode! Ess and Kaide introduce new segment called "Lez be honest" where they rip themselves apart for previous mistakes. They interview guest Dom Wakeland and discuss their Queer and Black experience in Metro Vancouver. Ess and Kaide also share their personal journeys with decolonization and anti-racism work. As per usual, any serious podcast moments are book-ended by laughter, joy and poking fun at each other.
Find the Queer Community Collective on Instagram and Facebook. If you share your journey with decolonization and anti-racism work on social media QCC will shout you out and commend you for your personal work.
Instagram accounts mentioned:
Dom Wakeland: @Caillou.sexy.ass.cousin
Wait..what's a QKID?
In this episode we introduce ourselves, our podcast and the non-profit we are operating from. We also talk about social issues, and upcoming holidays, all interjected with hilarious personal stories and anecdotes.
In this episode we reference a few of our favourite people: