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Bite My Tongue

Bite My Tongue

By Gals in Journalism
The podcast where we invite our fave people from the creative industries to tell all on the topics we're so used to biting our tongue on.
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'Online Discourse & Social Media Advocacy' with Moya Lothian-Mclean
Warning: some strong language. We chat with Moya Lothian-Mclean, politics editor at gal-dem and host of the Human Resources podcast, about the world of Instagram infographics and Twitter discourse. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
01:08:15
September 8, 2021
'Beauty & Brains' with Kya Buller
Warning: some strong language. We chat with Kya Buller, model, writer, and founder/editor of Aurelia magazine, about beauty, vanity, and juggling her modelling and writing. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
01:02:05
September 1, 2021
'Bisexual Representation' with Charlotte Moore
Warning: some strong language. We chat with Charlotte Moore (award-winning lifestyle writer and editor, children’s copywriter at Penguin Random House, and Existential Bi-sis columnist for Aurelia) about bisexual representation in the media. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
49:16
August 25, 2021
'Creative Gatekeeping & Accessibility' with Lu Williams
Warning: some strong language. We chat with Lu Williams, the artist behind Grrrl Zine Fair, about gatekeeping in the arts and creative industries as well as the world of zines. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
53:17
August 18, 2021
'Being Peng & Political' with Adele Walton
Warning: some strong language. We chat with Adele Walton, AKA Humanitarian Hotgirl, about women's access to political conversations and how to serve looks while reading books.  The episode title is inspired by Adele's recent collaboration with Good Girl Gang of sustainably and ethically sourced and produced totes and tees that embody the Humanitarian Hotgirl ideal. Check out @goodgirl_gang on Instagram to see the collection! All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
46:60
August 11, 2021
'Disability Culture & Publishing' with Olivia Spring
Warning: some strong language. We chat with SICK magazine's Olivia Spring about disability culture and magazine publishing, as well as whose normal we're getting back to after the pandemic. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
53:16
August 4, 2021
'Modern Music Criticism & Stan Culture' with Jenessa Williams
Warning: some strong language. We chat with freelance music journalist Jenessa Williams (NME, DIY, The Guardian) about music criticism in the digital age and the world of fandoms (as well as what we'd call our own stans - if we had any, obvs). All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
01:05:55
July 28, 2021
'Sex & Relationships' with Annie Lord
Warning: strong language and sexually explicit content. Covering cringe moments as a result of her column to what our Love Island personas would be, we chat to Vogue UK's dating columnist, Annie Lord, about one of the ultimate taboos: sex and relationships. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Trannieboi. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check him out on Spotify.
01:00:20
July 21, 2021
Bite My Tongue Trailer
Is there a fandom you'd never write about? If you were a sex position, what would you be? These are some of the many questions asked on our new podcast, Bite My Tongue, where we invite our fave people from the creative industries to tell all on the topics we're so used to biting our tongue on. Whether it's dreaded online discourse, sex and relationships, or gender and politics, our guests are here to guide you through it. Hosted by Isabelle Gray and Charlotte 'Fozz' Forrester, this is Bite My Tongue, brought to you by galsinjournalism, which you can now subscribe to wherever you get your podcasts from, with a new episode available every Wednesday. Here's an exclusive snippet of our first episode with Annie Lord, British Vogue's dating columnist. All episode transcriptions can be found at www.galsinjournalism.com. Logo is by Megan Shepherd. Music is the instrumental version of 'Sertraline Gang' by Jolliff Seville. Trannieboi is the abolitionist, queer, afro-futurist hyperpop brainchild of Jolliff Seville. As Trannieboi, he celebrates the multiplicity of Black, queer, disabled existence by transforming what is frightening – mania, trans homelessness, trauma, the immense difficulty of being a Black working artist – and making it an expression of joy. Check them out on Spotify.
01:58
July 12, 2021