“…This guy comes in and sits in the front row while I’m performing and you can’t see it on camera but he lights up a crack pipe…”
“…It’s not that they’re racist it’s just that they refuse to do ANYTHING…”
“…As long as you kept your head down no one would mess with you…”
“… People would tell me that they don’t see me as a trans woman they see me as a woman… But I still feel like a trans woman and that’s an identity I would have a hard time letting go of…” Trying out a new segment: content creator spotlight!?
“My town was 85% white… White moderates with Confederate flags were considered the norm…”
On August 3rd 2020 I sat down with Zeon a transmasc, black furry who’s been through the ringer because of their race. We discuss how their fursona helped them come out as trans, the effect Christianity has on impoverish black people, and why BIPOC representation in the fandom is important.
If you’ve been in the furry fandom, say, a month then you might get the inkling artists are kind of […]Read more
I sat down with Gozi on July 19th 2020 to talk about his experience as a black, furry content creator. He shares experiences from his background as well as his opinions on what the furry fandom needs to do most: hold everyone accountable. It was a pleasure chatting with this guy, and we discuss prejudice in the fandom, shady looks, and why BLM is important now and forever.
A fun episode thanks to my guest and long time friend Integro aka Bushi. Being black and gay growing up in Louisiana isn’t easy, but as we weave the conversation from one outrageous situation to the next I come to understand how he came to be the friend I know him as today. We discuss discovering sexuality, how cops are viewed by minorities and what it means to have representation in the furry fandom.