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Indecent with Kiki Andersen

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Comedian Kiki Andersen finds the funny in the most uncomfortable corners of our culture. Sex. Politics. Religion. But in the digital age, what can and can’t be talked about at the dinner table has changed dramatically. Indecent is a podcast all about what’s off-limits and who sets the boundaries for today’s taboos. Through conversations with comedians, psychologists, journalists, theologians and scientists, Kiki peels at the wallpaper of polite society on Indecent, where NSFW meets LMAO.

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It kinda feels like the lunatics have taken over the asylum when it comes to the American political system these days. And when the going gets tough (and also crazy, Christian extremist) it's always a good idea to call on someone who's escaped the world of gun-toting, climate-denying death cultists to try to figure what planet these people think they're living on. So we tapped political commenters Jesse Dollemore and Brittany Page to steer us through this idiot shitstorm. Jesse Dollemore is a former Republican veteran of the United States Marine Corps who's worked for the U.S. Senate on Capitol Hill in Washington and on both House and Senate campaigns. With a Master of Science in clinical psychology, Brittany Page has worked in low-cost non-profit clinics, inpatient psychiatric facilities, as well as court-mandated programs to advocate for people struggling with serious mental disorders, homelessness, and substance use disorders. Using her personal experiences growing up immersed in chaos and escaping from her white supremacist upbringing in Idaho combined with her education, she brings a unique perspective to everyday issues. Together they co-host the popular news and comment podcast, I Doubt It. Jesse also helms the hit YouTube series The Dollemore Daily, and Brittany hosts The Page Perspective. Follow Jesse at @dollemore on Instagram and @dollemore on Twitter. Follow Brittany at @brittanyepage on Instagram and @brittanyepage on Twitter. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/Far_Right_Logos_Symbols%20(1).pdf https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2017/10/8/a-brief-dictionary-to-help-understand-the-us-far-right https://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-pol-alt-right-terminology-20161115-story.html https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Alt-right_glossary https://www.ajc.com/news/a-glossary-of-extremist-and-fringe-movements/JGL4HBBU3ZARVJ5ZVHPA5IKT7U/ https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/2016-11-25/ty-article/.premium/the-complete-glossary-of-the-trumpist-alt-right/0000017f-e8e9-d62c-a1ff-fcfbcd800000?v=1692805659157 https://www.ajc.com/news/a-glossary-of-extremist-and-fringe-movements/JGL4HBBU3ZARVJ5ZVHPA5IKT7U/ https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Manosphere_glossary https://archive.nyu.edu/bitstream/2451/63962/3/Incels_%20Inside%20the%20World%20of%20Involuntary%20Celibates%20-%20Alexandra%20Woodward.pdf https://www.irehr.org/reports/alt-right-to-groyper/ https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/11/1/1896408/-Alt-right-trolls-make-life-miserable-for-Charlie-Kirk-and-his-Turning-Point-USA-Culture-War-tour https://www.mediamatters.org/false-flag-conspiracy-theory/rep-marjorie-taylor-greene-facebook-2018-parkland-school-shooting-was "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Without us guiding you through the weird, scary, confusing and occasionally sticky corners of our universe, where would you be? So before your consciousness comes apart at the seams and you go spiraling off into the astral plane, here's a little more from physicist and author Alexander Boxer. Alexander Boxer has a doctorate in physics from MIT, a master's degree in the History of Science from Oxford and a bachelors in Classical Language from Yale. His research has been published in the journal Nature Physics. And he's the author of "A Scheme of Heaven: Astrology & the Birth of Science." "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Now that you're done staring directly into the solar eclipse, it's time for your to process the infinite cosmic wisdom you've absorbed along with your severely burned retinas. Luckily data scientist Dr. Alexander Boxer is here to talk about why people have a hard time accepting their horoscopes. Alexander Boxer has a doctorate in physics from MIT, a master's degree in the History of Science from Oxford and a bachelors in Classical Language from Yale. His research has been published in the journal Nature Physics. And he's the author of "A Scheme of Heaven: Astrology & the Birth of Science." Follow our astrologer, comedian Camirin Farmer, on Instagram at @camirinfarmer! Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2023/06/13/astrology-millennials-gen-z-science/ https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/big-zodiac-rise-of-astrology-1.6794571 https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/nearly-7-in-10-u-s-adults-believe-in-angels-ap-norc-poll-finds "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
They say: "Never let 'em know your next move." So instead of your normal bonus content, this week we've got our old friend from season one, tech journalist Samantha Cole, springing back into action to talk about her brand new, four-part series from CBC Podcasts called "The Pornhub Empire: Understood," that pulls back the curtain on the scrappy, Montreal-based startup that revolutionized sex online. Samantha Cole is a technology journalist based in NYC who has worked in journalism for over ten years. She's also the author of “How Sex Changed the Internet, and the Internet Changed Sex” Follow her at @samleecole on Instagram and Twitter! If you missed it, go back and listen to our original interview with Sam back in season 1. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
The amount of people out there who secretly (or not so secretly) drink their own urine or wear cooch-juice cologne would probably shock you. But no matter what kind of weird stuff people do to their bodies, writer Brigid Delaney wants them to know they're gonna die anyways. So why worry? Brigid Delaney is a speechwriter, former author of popular weekly Guardian column ‘Brigid Delaney’s Diary,’ and co-founder of the anti-death penalty advocacy group The Mercy Campaign. Her book about her own journey from hot mess to health consciousness was made into the Netflix comedy series Wellmania. Her latest book Reasons Not to Worry is "an accessible introduction to Stoic principles of virtue, moderation and self-discipline, adapting this ancient knowledge to inspire practical advice for everyday life." Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/18/magazine/18FOB-onlanguage-t.html https://read.dukeupress.edu/jhppl/article/39/5/957/13664/What-Is-Wellness-Now https://daily.jstor.org/the-false-promises-of-wellness-culture/ https://finance.yahoo.com/news/corporate-wellness-market-size-expected-150500440.html https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/oct/17/eva-wiseman-conspirituality-the-dark-side-of-wellness-how-it-all-got-so-toxic https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/sep/01/wellness-hype-superfoods-yoga-price "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
It's hard to stay focused on the positive and not lose it as a 21st century human with at least a single working brain cell. So to help you battle the blues, here's a little more from writer Rebecca Fishbein and mental health influencer Therapy Jeff. Jeff Guenther, a.k.a. "Therapy Jeff," holds master's degree in marriage and family therapy from the University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in child and family development from San Diego State University. His TikTok account featuring videos on mental health awareness has nearly 3 million followers. And he is the host of the Big Dating Energy and Problem Solved podcasts. Pre-prder his book Big Dating Energy here! Rebecca Fishbein is the author of Good Things Happen to People You Hate and a freelance writer in Brooklyn. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, Teen Vogue, Vulture, Jezebel, the Cut, Curbed and Hell Gate, to name a few, and was previously a staffer at Gothamist. She has very strong opinions about bagels. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Are we all weak little babies who hide behind new age gibberish to avoid confrontation? Or is emotional intelligence our last line of defense in a soul-crushing, post-modern hellworld? Licensed therapist and mental health influencer Jeff Guenther & writer Rebecca Fishbein are here to answer those questions and maybe also talk us down off a ledge Jeff Guenther, a.k.a. "Therapy Jeff," holds master's degree in marriage and family therapy from the University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in child and family development from San Diego State University. His TikTok account featuring videos on mental health awareness has nearly 3 million followers. And he is the host of the Big Dating Energy and Problem Solved podcasts. Pre-prder his book Big Dating Energy here! Rebecca Fishbein is the author of Good Things Happen to People You Hate and a freelance writer in Brooklyn. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, Teen Vogue, Vulture, Jezebel, the Cut, Curbed and Hell Gate, to name a few, and was previously a staffer at Gothamist. She has very strong opinions about bagels. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.ftc.gov/business-guidance/blog/2023/03/ftc-says-online-counseling-service-betterhelp-pushed-people-handing-over-health-information-broke https://www.forbes.com/health/mind/mental-health-statistics/ https://fortune.com/well/2023/12/04/depression-costs-global-economy-1-trillion-dollars-per-year-us-surgeon-general/ https://paw.princeton.edu/node/173501 https://www.nytimes.com/1972/07/22/archives/freuds-disaster-with-cocaine.html https://www.americanprogress.org/article/the-behavioral-health-care-affordability-problem/ "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Waaaiiit a minute, what the heck? There's no new episode of Indecent with Kiki Andersen this week? We're not lazy, we're just crazy busy! So while we take another week to get our shit together, we thought you should have a little something to tide you over. And as it happens, our sister pod "Beef with Bridget Todd" just launched its second season and it is a banger. Hosted by Bridget Todd Written by James "Sam" Levine Editing & Sound Design by Pete Musto Produced by Benjamin Austin-Docampo Created by Executive Producer Jeremiah Tittle Find out more about all of Next Chapter Podcasts' incredible content at ncpodcasts.com!
If love is a battlefield, how about we call in some reinforcements? Advice columnist Dan Savage is back for one more tour of active duty to help you arm yourself for the fight, before another year passes and you find yourself ducking for cover once again in the face of the greeting card industry's annual onslaught Dan Savage is a sex-advice columnist, a podcaster, an author, and has appeared on numerous television shows. “Savage Love,” Dan’s sex-advice column, first appeared in The Stranger, Seattle’s alternative weekly, in 1991. The column is now syndicated worldwide. Dan has published seven books. He created and curates the HUMP! Film Festival, a sex-positive showcase of dirty short films, now in its 18th year. HUMP! has become a national phenomenon selling tens of thousands of tickets, screening in over 50 cities across the United States and Canada and streaming worldwide. In 2010 Dan and his husband Terry Miller founded the It Gets Better Project. The IGBP has gathered tens of thousands of videos from people all over the world offering hope to LGBT kids. The book—It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living—was a New York Times best seller. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Lonely, horny, angry, desperate, jaded and hopelessly romantic. If you haven't felt one you've probably felt them all, and it turns out you're not alone. So to figure out why you're stuck having to get yourself off this Valentine's Day, why not listen to an expert like advice column icon Dan Savage? Dan Savage is a sex-advice columnist, a podcaster, an author, and has appeared on numerous television shows. “Savage Love,” Dan’s sex-advice column, first appeared in The Stranger, Seattle’s alternative weekly, in 1991. The column is now syndicated worldwide. Dan has published seven books. He created and curates the HUMP! Film Festival, a sex-positive showcase of dirty short films, now in its 18th year. HUMP! has become a national phenomenon selling tens of thousands of tickets, screening in over 50 cities across the United States and Canada and streaming worldwide. In 2010 Dan and his husband Terry Miller founded the It Gets Better Project. The IGBP has gathered tens of thousands of videos from people all over the world offering hope to LGBT kids. The book—It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living—was a New York Times best seller. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/512618/almost-quarter-world-feels-lonely.aspx https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2023-08-03/young-adults-less-sex-gen-z-millennials-generations-parents-grandparents https://www.npr.org/2023/05/02/1173418268/loneliness-connection-mental-health-dementia-surgeon-general https://www.forbes.com/advisor/legal/divorce/divorce-statistics/ https://www.ipsos.com/en/global-happiness-six-points-last-year-73-now-say-they-are-happy https://www.thefire.org/news/fursona-non-grata-oklahoma-lawmaker-moves-ban-furryism-public-schools "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Y'all may think you know how to get turnt. But you're probably not "travel across the globe to end up puking your guts out after taking some research chemical you've only read about on weird internet forums" levels of party monsters. That's exclusively the vibe of dudes like seasoned psychonaut Dominic Milton Trott, who has so many stories of being ripped to the tits we just had to share more. Dominic Milton Trott is a writer and explorer who has traveled the world to investigate psychoactive botanicals and indigenous cultures. He is the author of The Drug Users Bible and The Honest Drug Book: A Chemical and Botanical Journey. And by his own count he has ingested nearly 200 types of drug. His "Ten Commandments of Safer Drug Use" can be found as a FREE PDF here. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
It might have been a gravity bong made from Gatorade bottle or a line of a neighbor's crushed up ADD meds. But anyone who's tried drugs and alcohol has experienced that frightening but exhilarating ritual of their first time getting faded. Author Dominic Milton Trott has made it his life's mission to make sure everybody from nervous newbies to seasoned psychonauts know what they're getting into, one substance at a time. Dominic Milton Trott is a writer and explorer who has traveled the world to investigate psychoactive botanicals and indigenous cultures. He is the author of The Drug Users Bible and The Honest Drug Book: A Chemical and Botanical Journey. And by his own count he has ingested nearly 200 types of drug. His "Ten Commandments of Safer Drug Use" can be found as a FREE PDF here. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.ncsl.org/civil-and-criminal-justice/cannabis-overview https://thehill.com/homenews/nexstar_media_wire/4371873-map-where-marijuana-will-be-legal-in-2024/  https://www.marijuanamoment.net/more-states-set-to-legalize-marijuana-and-psychedelics-in-2024-as-federal-cannabis-scheduling-review-concludes/  https://health.clevelandclinic.org/why-gen-z-is-drinking-less  https://marketcast.com/insights/gen-z-millennials-embrace-a-sober-curious-lifestyle/  https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20220920-why-gen-zers-are-growing-up-sober-curious  https://news.yahoo.com/beer-drinking-america-falls-lowest-165441254.html  https://manhattan.institute/article/the-challenge-of-fentanyl-meth-and-other-synthetic-drugs  https://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-pilot/news/story/2023-07-08/fda-widens-door-to-research-on-psychedelics-like-ketamine-lsd-for-treatment-of-ptsd-depression-and-other-conditions https://www.forbes.com/sites/traversmark/2023/07/03/mdma-psilocybin-and-ketamine-3-psychedelics-with-different-mental-health-use-cases/?sh=7b05b69a2e38 https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/23954347/psychedelics-bad-trips-ketamine-mdma-psilocybin-lsd-risks https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/is-portugals-drug-decriminalization-a-failure-or-success-the-answer-isnt-so-simple/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2023/07/07/portugal-drugs-decriminalization-heroin-crack/ "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Everyone can tell you're high and you're in big, big trouble, mister... Just kidding! But before your hands start shaking and the comedown has you jonesing for more, here's another hit of wisdom from drug policy researcher Benjamin Y. Fong. Benjamin Y. Fong is an Honors Faculty Fellow and the Director of the Center for Work and Democracy at Arizona State University. He's written for Jacobin, Current Affairs, The Outline and the New York Times, and he's the author of Quick Fixes: Drugs in America from Prohibition to the 21st Century Binge. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
If we haven't made it clear yet, Indecent's main guiding principle is pretty simple: no narcs allowed. Especially when we invite academic and author Benjamin Y. Fong over to hang out in our parents' basement to talk drugs, drug policy, and drug culture, and how Americans especially love to get smashed. Benjamin Y. Fong is an Honors Faculty Fellow and the Director of the Center for Work and Democracy at Arizona State University. He's written for Jacobin, Current Affairs, The Outline and the New York Times, and he's the author of Quick Fixes: Drugs in America from Prohibition to the 21st Century Binge. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2018/01/09/the-irrationality-of-modern-drug-laws-in-one-chart/ https://time.com/6340590/drug-war-politics-history/ https://www.nytimes.com/2023/02/22/opinion/harm-reduction-public-health.html https://www.npr.org/2021/06/17/1006495476/after-50-years-of-the-war-on-drugs-what-good-is-it-doing-for-us https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/06/1094672 https://www.pewresearch.org/short-reads/2022/05/31/concern-about-drug-addiction-has-declined-in-u-s-even-in-areas-where-fatal-overdoses-have-risen-the-most/ https://www.unodc.org/unodc/frontpage/2022/June/unodc-world-drug-report-2022-highlights-trends-on-cannabis-post-legalization--environmental-impacts-of-illicit-drugs--and-drug-use-among-women-and-youth.html https://www.nytimes.com/2023/05/04/briefing/us-drug-policy-reducing-harm.html https://www.amnesty.org/en/what-we-do/drug-policy-reform/ https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/17/the-us-has-spent-over-a-trillion-dollars-fighting-war-on-drugs.html https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9302017/ https://www.lse.ac.uk/school-of-public-policy/assets/Documents/220228-KT-LSE-SPP-policy-brief-FINAL.pdf https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34809536/ https://www.dazeddigital.com/life-culture/article/57119/1/more-young-people-are-using-drugs-to-escape-problems-than-have-fun https://www.mic.com/life/young-people-drug-use-report https://www.vice.com/en/article/m7g5dq/young-people-taking-more-drugs-new-research https://time.com/5572691/420-marijuana-mexican-immigration/ https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.17104/1611-8944_2015_1_115 https://www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/pie2023.html https://theoutline.com/post/7909/why-some-south-american-indigenous-tribes-give-their-dogs-psychedelic-drugs "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
No matter how you slice it, taste is subjective. Afterall, some of you probably argue that kombucha doesn't have the same flavor profile as horse piss. But one undeniable truth that food anthropologist Dr. Lauren Crossland-Marr genereously serves up is that there some pretty wild things going on with what we eat. Dr. Lauren Crossland-Marr is a cultural anthropologist, who currently teaches at the University of Delaware. She previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher with GEAP-3, a network of social scientists exploring the application of the gene-editing technology CRISPR to agriculture and foodways. As part of the project, she wrote, hosted, and researched the podcast A CRISPR Bite. The use of technology in food was also the focus of her dissertation research project. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.washingtonpost.com/wellness/2022/12/06/liver-king-steroids-apology-ancestral-diet/ https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/15/health/fda-drug-industry-fees.html https://www.politico.com/interactives/2022/fda-fails-regulate-food-health-safety-hazards/ https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/4116267-forced-labor-may-be-common-in-u-s-food-system-study/ https://www.usda.gov/foodwaste/faqs https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-04-20/the-us-has-a-food-waste-problem-and-it-s-getting-worse https://www.si.edu/newsdesk/snapshot/microwave-oven https://nebraskacorn.gov/cornstalk/corn101/ten-products-you-didnt-know-were-made-with-corn/ "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
The truth can be tricky. Especially with things like photoshop and deep fakes casting doubt on everything from geopolitical conflicts to whether or not your favorite Insta model had buccal fat removal. Most of us probably have a healthy skepticism of everything we scroll past. But writer Natalie Beach knows from her friendship with influencer/OG scam queen Caroline Calloway that the journey through the little rectangular looking glasses in our hands goes way deeper than we think...  Natalie Beach is an essayist, screenwriter, amateur handyman, and feminist killjoy based in Los Angeles. She also produces film and television with her husband through their company Video House. Her new book Adult Drama and Other Essays is out now from Hanover Square Press. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
You've probably seen them before, either online or IRL. It's the dead-eyed weirdos filming TikTok dances while blocking traffic or pranking innocent fast food employees that we all seemingly love to hate. And writer Natalie Beach draws on her personal experience to come to terms with the fact that they're not going anywhere. Natalie Beach is an essayist, screenwriter, amateur handyman, and feminist killjoy based in Los Angeles. She also produces film and television with her husband through their company Video House. Her new book Adult Drama and Other Essays is out now from Hanover Square Press. Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.papermag.com/butthole-sunning#rebelltitem3 https://www.thedailybeast.com/youtuber-jake-paul-believes-covid-is-a-hoaxand-i-am-fake-news https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/12/kim-kardashian-and-floyd-mayweather-sued-over-alleged-crypto-scam.html https://www.insider.com/influencers-agreed-promote-lethal-cyanide-weight-loss-drink-2019-12 https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/22/style/jake-paul-team-10.html https://www.forbes.com/sites/darreonnadavis/2023/06/27/sheins-influencer-trip-backlash-explained-and-what-we-know-about-allegations-against-them/?sh=3ae9db1b3508 https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/jury-divided-over-whether-delivery-driver-who-shot-youtube-prankster-acted-in-self-defense/3432763/ "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
Spooky Season may only come once a year. But you can always keep a special place in your heart for the spirit of clawed, drooling monstrosities that want to tear off your flesh or plant their eggs in your brain, year round. That's why we gave folklore historian J.W. Ocker even more space to unleash these nightmares on you, the unsuspecting listeners... J.W. Ocker is the award-winning author of macabre travelogues, spooky kid’s books, and horror novels. His nonfictions books include The New England Grimpendium and The New York Grimpendium (both Lowell Thomas Award winners), Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe (Edgar Award winner), A Season with the Witch: The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts, and Cursed Objects: Strange But True Stories of the World's Most Infamous Items. His novels for kids include Death and Douglas, The Smashed Man of Dread End, and The Black Slide. Ocker is also the creator of OTIS: Odd Things I've Seen, where he chronicles his visits to thousands of oddities of culture, art, nature, and history across the country and world with photos, articles, and through Odd Things I've Seen: The Podcast. His work has appeared on or in CNN.com, The Atlantic, Rue Morgue, the Boston Globe, The Guardian, TIME, and other places people stick writing. Ocker is from Maryland but has lived in New Hampshire for more than a decade. "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
They lurk in your unlit basement or under your kid's bed, in crumbling old houses and the bushes outside cheerleader's slumber parties. Come to think of it, some creatures of the night aren't just physically dangerous. They kinda have a creepy, Cosby-like, "cop a feel while you're sleeping" type vibe. So we asked horror writer J.W. Ocker to help find the source of our fascination with these frightening figures. J.W. Ocker is the award-winning author of macabre travelogues, spooky kid’s books, and horror novels. His nonfictions books include The New England Grimpendium and The New York Grimpendium (both Lowell Thomas Award winners), Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe (Edgar Award winner), A Season with the Witch: The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts, and Cursed Objects: Strange But True Stories of the World's Most Infamous Items. His novels for kids include Death and Douglas, The Smashed Man of Dread End, and The Black Slide. Ocker is also the creator of OTIS: Odd Things I've Seen, where he chronicles his visits to thousands of oddities of culture, art, nature, and history across the country and world with photos, articles, and through Odd Things I've Seen: The Podcast. His work has appeared on or in CNN.com, The Atlantic, Rue Morgue, the Boston Globe, The Guardian, TIME, and other places people stick writing. Ocker is from Maryland but has lived in New Hampshire for more than a decade. Follow our spooky storytelling comedian Sandi Benton at @sandi.benton on IG or go to her website: sandibentoncomedy.com Here's some homework for you nerds who love to read: https://www.openculture.com/2020/03/the-foot-licking-demons-other-strange-things-in-a-1921-illustrated-manuscript-from-iran.html https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/persian-demons-from-a-book-of-magic-and-astrology-1921/ https://vocal.media/futurism/10-strange-vampires-from-around-the-world https://www.history.com/topics/folklore/vampire-history https://news.virginia.edu/content/more-disease-dracula-how-vampire-myth-was-born-0 https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-great-new-england-vampire-panic-36482878/ https://news.virginia.edu/content/how-spread-disease-juiced-lore-vampires-pandemic-proportions https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/apr/07/cursed-from-circe-to-clinton-why-women-are-cast-as-witches https://theconversation.com/most-witches-are-women-because-witch-hunts-were-all-about-persecuting-the-powerless-125427 https://www.ushmm.org/antisemitism/what-is-antisemitism/why-the-jews-history-of-antisemitism "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
It's always "Hail Satan," and never "How is Satan?" Seriously, he must be really burnt out from being the source of all of everyone's problems for thousands of years. American Hysteria host Chelsey Weber-Smith continues to point out that he's the OG scapegoat. But he's far from the only boogeyman we blame when things in our world go badly. Chelsey Weber-Smith is the writer, co-producer, and host of American Hysteria, a show that investigates our moral panics, urban legends, conspiracy theories, and archetypes, basically our special brand of fantastical thinking. They also write country music and rambles around the United States building campfires and hoping for the best. Chelsey is a graduate of the University of Virginia's MFA program in poetry and has written and self-published two chapbooks, a travel memoir, and two full-length folk/country albums, and was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Their work has been published in BOAAT, Transom, Matter, Wu-Wei Fashion Mag, the James Franco Review, and Miracle Monocle. They currently live in Seattle. Follow them at @americanhysteriapodcast on Instagram! "Indecent with Kiki Andersen" is a production of Next Chapter Podcasts. Hosted by Kiki Andersen Produced by Pete Musto & Max Wolfson Executive produced by Jeremiah Tittle Follow the show at @indecentkiki on Instagram and follow Kiki at @itskikiandersen Email us at indecentthepod@gmail.com
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