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Category Archives: Stitch Talks Ish
CONTENT NOTES This episode obviously has spoilers for the first episode of Marvel and Disney+’s Loki. We also speculate about the future of the show and its arcs/plots in a way that may prove to become spoilers if we’re as accurate as we … Continue reading
Show Notes: ON APPLE PODCASTS ON BUZZSPROUT I know our previous episode doesn’t have its transcript up yet either (my fault!) but don’t forget to check out Stitch Talks Ish… With Morg The music spaced between the parts of this … Continue reading
On BuzzSprout On iTunes [Link Coming Soon] The music spaced between the parts of this comes from Shoepop – Loyalty Freak Music and I got the MP3 from Pixabay! Did you listen to my 2020 wrap up? Wanna be a … Continue reading
Episode Notes: This is a trailer for the next season of Stitch Talks Ish… where I talk with y’all! If you’re interested in being a part of this upcoming season, send me a DM on Twitter or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org! … Continue reading
On Buzzsprout The music spaced between the parts of this comes from Shoepop – Loyalty Freak Music and I got the MP3 from Pixabay! Did you check out my previous two-part episode on BTS’ Map of the Soul: ON:E concert? … Continue reading
On Buzzsprout Check out the first episode + transcript! The music spaced between the parts of this and the previous episode comes from Shoepop – Loyalty Freak Music and I got the MP3 from Pixabay! My thread for the second … Continue reading
On Buzzsprout! The music spaced between the parts of this and the following episode comes from Shoepop – Loyalty Freak Music and I got the MP3 from Pixabay! Have you listened to my Map of the Soul: 7 episode yet? … Continue reading
During this apocalypse, at this moment, one thing has been very comforting to me and it is nostalgia. I’m talking about rewatching the first three seasons of Teen Wolf, watching Smallville, reading books I read when I was a child, and listening to anime theme songs that, when I was a teenaged weeb, I couldn’t get enough of. Continue reading
They’ve bought the books. they own White Fragility. They share their few friends of colors’ GoFundMe ease and cashapps. They really do care about racism in the abstract.
And of course, they definitely don’t want Black people being killed because we’re Black, but they also don’t really care about us as people. Continue reading
Spotify/Buzzsprout This is a bonus episode because I am nothing if not extremely extra and I had thoughts about Yoongi’s second outing as Agust D. (90% Positive, I promise.) Have you listened to Episode 3 – Stitch Talks Map of … Continue reading
On Buzzsprout/On Spotify Did you check out last month’s look back at my year-long project on Korean pop and hip hop? Here’s a screenshot of Hamilton’s tweet about diversity My piece: “Too White Bread for This Shit: Race and Racism … Continue reading
Episode Notes: Did you catch the previous episode yet? That was an hour long review of BTS’ Map of the Soul: 7! And, unlike this episode, it has a transcript! There’s a chance that I mispronounce Sik-K’s name when I … Continue reading
ON BUZZSPROUT Episode Notes Last episode, I talked about the wy white women in the Rey/Kylo fandom were going all out to portray John Boyega as a misogynistic monster for an Instagram comment milder (and far less misogynistic) than their … Continue reading
Episode Notes: Content Warnings: I talk explicitly about antiblack racism in fandom and white women weaponizing their femininity in service to it. I also briefly mention how part of this involves setting up a fear of John/that John will assault … Continue reading
At the end of the day, it’s not like I was expecting a single person on this podcast to talk about East Asian antiblackness or antiblackness in general. So I’m not actually trying to place my own burden of responsibility on them. But I feel like it was a bruise on an otherwise genuinely awesome episode because there was no need to zero in on Black Panther in the way they did, I feel like… it wasn’t a great moment and it was unnecessary on top of that. Continue reading