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Feelin Weird

Personal conversations with a different guest each episode about taboo and stigmatized subjects: mental health (anxiety, depression, adhd, ocd), trauma, abuse, gender, sexual orientation, addiction, etc. Hosted by Kye Plant.
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Kye Plant has 1 hour conversations with a different person every episode about taboo and stigmatized subjects (mental health [OCD, Bipolar, ADHD, BPD, Depression, Anxiety] PTSD, illness, gender, sexuality, etc) in order to make listeners feel LESS WEIRD and less alone.  

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Apr 7, 2018

Paul G, an artist and musician, tells their story of discovering their gender and sexuality through rejecting labels but then later embracing the labels "agender" and "pansexual".  They tell the story of their coming out process as well as their life-long repression.  What's it like to be gender non-conforming in a binary world?  What's it like to go from a "straight monogamous male" to an agender, pansexual, polyamorous person? 
  
We also talk about co-dependency, toxic masculinity, ayahuasca retreats, accepting diversity, weed + alcohol dependency, misconceptions about polyamory, body dysphoria, the paradox of the universe, Wu Wei (trying not to try), the importance of respect, non-violent communication, and SO much more.
  

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