65 episodes

A yuri podcast by queer people, for queer people! Tune in every other week as hosts Kit and Sarah talk about anime, sexuality, feminism, and everything in between!

TomoChoco Podcast Kit and Sarah

    • Animation & Manga
    • 4.3 • 8 Ratings

A yuri podcast by queer people, for queer people! Tune in every other week as hosts Kit and Sarah talk about anime, sexuality, feminism, and everything in between!

    Episode 63: We Must Be Brave

    Episode 63: We Must Be Brave

    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah continue their discussion about Noelle Stevenson's She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Let's talk about good dads, bad dads, and all the dads in between.
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 62: We Must Be Strong

    Episode 62: We Must Be Strong

    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah discuss She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, which was developed for television by none other than Noelle Stevenson! Things get deep in this one, so I hope y'all are prepared!
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 61: Sweet as Syrup

    Episode 61: Sweet as Syrup

    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah discuss the brand new Syrup anthology from Seven Seas. Will it be sweeter than honey, or leave a sour taste in our mouths?
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 60: I Would Like to Rage

    Episode 60: I Would Like to Rage

    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah discuss Sexiled, volumes 1 and 2, written by Ameko Kaeruda and translated by Molly Lee. These stories are the best kind of female power fantasy, so strap yourselves in for a great time!
    Thank you so much to our Love Chocolate patron Mark for suggesting this series! You can join Mark in becoming a patron over on patreon.com/tomochocopod.
     
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 47 min
    Episode 59: Evil Machinations

    Episode 59: Evil Machinations

    Note: One of our fans has pointed out to us that we missed a trigger warning during this episode. It should be noted that in addition to the triggers listed in the show, Villainess also makes use of the adoptive sibling incest love interest trope, which may be uncomfortable for some viewers.
    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah discuss My Next Life as a Villainess by Studio Silver Link. Otome? More like otogay!
     
    This episode was voted on by our very own Council of Catarina over on Patreon! Back today and help decide what types of media Kit and Sarah should cover on this show: patreon.com/tomochocopod
     
    The art for this episode was provided by Rene James! You can find them over on twitter.com/mellowmelonpan
     
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 52 min
    Episode 58: A Trip to the Otherside

    Episode 58: A Trip to the Otherside

    This week on TomoChoco, Kit and Sarah have the absolute pleasure of sitting down with the Holy Mother of Yuri herself, Nicki Bauman, to discuss volume one of Iroi Miyazawa's light novel series Otherside Picnic. Will they be able to survive the horrors within? Only one way to find out!
    Nicki can be found on Twitter @HolyYuriMother and at yurimother.com!
    Music: Wander by Nokae

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

In It for the Punz ,

Delightful and Entertaining

As a newcomer to Yuri and anime/manga in general I find it to be entertaining, even without a lot of prior knowledge of tropes and general Japanese culture.
Each episode features a work (sometimes multiple episodes, volumes or even seasons) that's in the Yuri Genre or Yuri- adjacent. Then there's a loose structure to the rest of the podcast:
-Gay stuff they're excited about
-Brief Synopsis
-Things they didn't like (although a lot of times this not necessarily all negative or bad)
-Things they liked
-Would you reccommend this to someone else?
-Social Media Plugs & what's next
Listen to this podcast if you like puns, yuri or just want to listen to two queer friends talk about (generally) nerdy things in a casual only sorta-structured way.

Auxryn ,

For Queer Women, By Queer Women

An immensely enjoyable and comforting podcast.

unlittorch ,

Negative and Mean

"I'm kinkshaming," one host said, and I gave up on this podcast, hurt and angry. I wanted to like it so much; I'd been faithfully listening since March. A yuri podcast by queer women for queer women! But it's not for this queer woman. They focus so much on the negative and seem to hate almost every trope and kink and don't seem to understand how other people could like those things. Broad assumptions are made (doujinshi = bad, for example, and I thought we were past assuming self-published works and fanworks were bad in 2019,) and they don't seem to mind mocking people who do like the stuff they hate (even intimate acts! Such a personal thing!) (see latest episodes as of this review.) If your tastes align with theirs and you like looking at the negative and think there's nothing wrong with saying "I'm kinkshaming," then knock yourself out, you'll probably like it. But the hosts made me feel awful about myself, so much in the last episode I couldn't even finish it. I was extremely disappointed. Queer women aren't a monolith, but they certainly act as if we are.

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