Sarah Baxter navigates through living with a few Mental Illnesses while also being Non Binary and Gender Fluid. I sit down with them and discuss what being Non Binary and Gender Fluid means and what it's like to be a person with a mental illness, who also happens to be Non-Binary.
After taking a few college courses, Little Bucket decided that she would stop shaving her body hair. In this interview, we talk about how women are often pressured to adhere to nonsensical standards of beauty and how she's learned to love and embrace her body hair.
Director Chance Calloway grew up with a pastor for a father. As a gay man, he had to learn how to navigate through a church community that ultimately taught that who he was and who he loved was a sin. But still, he remains strong in his faith for God and continues to use his platform to tell the stories of the marginalized who have gone through similar experiences.
Rebekah Hutson grew up in Olympia, Washington where the population is less than %2 black. She, along with three other black children, were adopted by a white family who raised her with a colorblind perspective about racism that made understanding her own identity quite the complicated journey. In this episode of #JSYK, she discusses her experiences and clarifies the true meaning of "transracial" Follow her stories at http://www.onlyblackgirl.com
Swankk E. Smalls was a Christian for years, but after taking a religion test, recognized that Sikhism was a world view more consistent with her beliefs. This interview discusses the ins and outs of her navigating through Sikhsim (or Sikhi) as a person who isn't brown and is also queer and disabled.