Lime with queeribbean blackademics, Stush an' Bush for their bi-weekly podcast on Caribbean happenings and overall mixup and blend blend, with a queer twist.
Stush and Bush, two culturally rooted words, speak to class in Caribbean countries. Both characters engage in this podcast bolstering Caribbean Creole, and immersing listeners in Queeribbean vernacular, serving as a guide to the world of being both Caribbean and queer through their lived experiences coupled with queer and ethnic theories.
Khadieme and Robert (@khadieme and @the_bishop1221) are two afro-queeribbean blackademics.
episode 4 | whose c*ve is it?
Khadieme and Robert nuh have no shame. Well, practicing not to anyway. Robert and Khadieme have a vulnerable conversation on shame and resilience. Kadeem and Robert break down their desire to be soft and begin to assess what resilience is for some of us.
Something fi nyam: A tweet by @zandashe "I dream of never being called resilient again in my life. I’m exhausted by strength. I want support. I want softness. I want ease. I want to be amongst kin. Not patted on the back for how well I take a hit. Or for how many."
episode 3 | d*wnl*w nuh suh simple
It's holy week, we are reminiscing on fasting and riding with King Jesus, and we are getting into the mess of DL discourse. Robert talks about his time on clubhouse which prompted the long-awaited conversation on downlow men. Khadieme and Robert take on, put up and put down a politic that expands the definition of DL beyond media, discusses how we can hold a care politic in accountability for harm, and examines how we shift language to make room for some nuance. We put up, we put down, we look, we examine the messiness that is the downlow.
episode 2 |breath, body, tr**m*
are you paying attention to the sensations in your body? join robert and khadieme as they discuss discovering their blackness, the influence of Caribbean identity, and a regularly scheduled inquiry into ADOS.
episode 1 | jamaicans in the wh*t* h**s*
We reach again! Season 4 is here chile. this episode starts with [insert messy comment] and ends on [insert sweet note].
Robert says the first episode of the season sets the tone and khadieme says it's a season of vulnerability. stick around to see which one it is?
Stacey-Ann Chin's performance of "Not my President"
episode 7 | yet another holiday episode
sorrel wars are done, but robert wants to start the black cake battles. tune in as khadieme and robert give caribbean men in wigs a long overdue reading, reflect on being home during the holidays, and look ahead to 2021.
big big announcement: join our queer caribbean whatsapp group chat: https://chat.whatsapp.com/KOzrZ6nc7TXLqBCVwovR4U
Sup'm Fi Nyam material: Out and Bad by Nadia Ellis
Content warning: mentions of domestic violence at 47:00
NYC 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-621-HOPE.
episode 6 | triple t
tabloids, transitions, thanksgiving. get into the mix up as Robert and Khadieme sits in their intimate space to discuss the elections, undertaking the journey of uncaging themselves, and the intensity they're both creating on this year's thanksgiving. Robert has a surprise giveaway, and Khadieme encourages folks who want access to food to reach out to them.
Brilliant, poignant, fierce discussions.
Stush n Bush - mi loik it!
Mi love to hear di patois! And then immediately code switch! LOL! What a way unu a gwan?
You two have me locked in: hook-line-&-sinker❗️
I look forward to your content in 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣, & will keep spreading the word about this Queer-ribbean piece of the podcast-sphere❗️👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🥳