In this episode, G & M will be discussing what makes a good sidekick or companion and who each of their top favorite sidekicks are. Sidekick here encompasses regular protagonist sidekicks, hero sidekicks, villain sidekicks (aka henchmen!), companions, any kind of sidekicks… we love ‘em all. They support the mains and we love ’em. small […]Read More Episode 49: What makes a good sidekick?
“Without reading. We are all without light in the dark without fire in the cold.” -Tamora Pierce SPOILER WARNING FOR THIS WHOLE EPISODE: We will be discussing events in the Song of the Lioness Quartet series. Watch the visual caption video on YouTube here. Listen on Spotify here. On this episode of the Kinky Nerdy […]Read More Episode 46: Song of the Lioness Quartet
Listen to our episode on Radiopublic here. Watch the visual caption version of this episode below (note that we are still working out the *kinks* of the visual captions). Goosebumps, shivers, and zaps… We’re not talking about Halloween… we’re talking about sensation play! In this episode of the KNP Podcast, M & G nerd out […]Read More Episode 45: Goosebumps, shivers, and zaps – exploring sensation play
Check out our visual captions video of this episode on YouTube here. You can listen on RadioPublic here. In this episode of the Kinky, Nerdy, Poly podcast, M & G first discuss the history of fanfiction delving all the way back to Roman times, to its mid 1900s implementation in the form of the “fanzine”, […]Read More Episode 43: Fanfiction: History, Purpose, and Liberation
Listen on RadioPublic here. In this episode of the Kinky Nerdy Poly Podcast your fabulous hosts will be talking about the good, the bad, and the puzzling of polyamorous representation in video games. The discussion ranges from triads in Tartarus, the caste system of a puzzle planet, to where M & G had their first […]Read More Episode 41: Polyamorous Representation in Video Games
Listen on RadioPublic here. In this episode of the Kinky Nerdy Poly Podcasts, your artisan hosts M & G talk about separating the art from the artist. They discuss the academic origins of Death of the Author, the more colloquial use of Death of the Author, and give examples of how they feel about different […]Read More Episode 40: Separating Art from the Artists