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Letting Go of Toxic People

Episode 69 Leaning in (and leaning over) to 2020, you might be examining your relationships and grappling with people who are toxic in your life. The blurring edges between social media and real life don’t make that a walk in

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This is 2020

Episode 68 We’re This QPOC Life and this is… 2020! The core four are back with a self-care check-in and setting our intentions for a new decade. Carlos gets mixed and mingled, Johnathan gets bit by the travel bug, Jo

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The Boy Who Kicked the Beedrill’s Nest

Episode 65 GROW THE COMMUNITY If you believe in the work we are doing, invest in our success, become a Patron on Patreon! Thank you to all our Patrons. Subscribe to (and rate) the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify! Follow This QPOC

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What’s in a Name?

This week the QPOC crew discusses names, dead names, and the role social media plays in either affirming individuals who do not go by the names on their government documents or how those social media giants act as hurdles to people who have moved on from that chapter of their life.

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Werqplace Violence

What’s possible when we can stop worrying about whether that nail polish is appropriate for work? What can happen when we can truly WERQ the workplace?

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Thanks for Trans Awareness

As we step into Transgender Awareness Month, please remember that trans allyship is ongoing, every day of the year. Do the work.

We dedicate this episode to the memory of trans women of color whose lives were taken from them in 2019.

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Episode 61 - The Greatest Pumpkin - Two happy jack o'lanterns with This QPOC Life's logo

The Great(est) Pumpkin

It’s the final week of scary pumpkin season! We get into a discussion about scary movies and all things spooky. The crew has lots to share on self-care this week. Jo Lee’s perspectives are changing, Zach is pulling through, Carlos

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Let's Get Freaky

Let’s Get Freaky

As Halloween month continues, the crew is ready to explore their freaky sides. Sex can be a scary conversation for some, especially for queer and trans people of color. There can be shame attached to our experiences. Sometimes, we don’t

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