Nicole Pacent, the actress best known for her portrayal of ‘Aster’ on the hit web series Anyone But Me, from writer/producer Susan Miller (The L Word and Thirtysomething) joined us on SistersTalk Radio to catch us up on what’s she’s been up to!
Archive for Bisexuals
Juba Kalamka is an African American bisexual artist and activist recognized for his work and founding member of homohop group Deep Dickollective (D/DC) and his development of the micro-label Sugartruck Recordings.
Kalamka has coordinated the release and promotion of five critically successful D/DC albums, the Outmusic Award winning solo debut of former Sister Spit member Rocco “Katastrophe” Kayiatos, and the distribution of the work of numerous other artists in the homohop community.
Kalamka’s personal work centers on dialogues on the convergences and conflicts of race, identity, gender, sexuality and class in pop culture. He has written and illustrated several articles for pop culture magazines and journals, Kitchen Sink, ColorLines, and the now-defunct bisexual issues magazine Anything That Moves.
Hear Juba discuss:
*What is homohop?
*Pick up the Mic documentary
*The politics in his music
*Discrimination in the gay community
*Being at UW-Madison in Madison, WI to discuss Hip Hop as a Movement
*His work doing edu-porn
*His experience with the Sex Workers Art Show
Tonight on SistersTalk Radio, we interviewed the ladies of AfterEllen.com’s Cherry Bomb: Dalila Ali Rajah, Gloria Bigelow, Tatum De Roeck, and Nikki Caster
Hear the ladies discuss:
*Where the idea for Cherry Bomb came from
*The most exciting part about doing Cherry Bomb
*How they choose their discussion topics
*The diversity in their group
*Their sexual orientation identification
*The most controversial show they’ve done
*The Sweet Cruise in November
Music played at the end of the show: When the World Turned Off Its Lights – by Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles