A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her.  – David Brinkley

Today’s guest is Magnoliah Black, a queer, fat, black performance artist, writer, Bay Area burlesque dancer, motivational speaker and eater of food in public.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Why you need to live your life as if it were phenomenal
  • How performance can be a tool to humanize your identity for others
  • How to create space for people with marginalized identities
  • How kink, embodiment, and no fucks given led to a one girl revolution

And more!

CONNECT WITH MAGNOLIAH:

FACEBOOK: Magnoliah Black

FACEBOOK: Irene McCalpherin

BLOG: The ungrateful fat bitch

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MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST:

WATCH: Gypsy

VISIT: Kitty von Quim

VISIT: Rubenesque Burlesque Troupe

WATCH: Juicy D’Lite Fat Camp number

WATCH: Jet Noir

VISIT: Burlycon

VISIT: Burlesque and Why

VISIT: Ellion Ness (age), Vagina Jekins (sex worker), Dottie Lux (eating disorders), Alexa Von Kickinface (boobs and safety), Lay Si Luna (being latina, but also non-binary)

SEE: Wonder Woman burlesque – Dee Dee Queen

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Keep dancing,

@PerformingWoman