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Get ready to EXPAND your mind! The word NEUROQUEER goes beyond the intersection of neurodiversity and queerness. Neuroqueering is the practice of queering (subverting, defying, disrupting, liberating oneself from) neuronormativity, cisnormativity, and heteronormativity, and more! Through the lens of the neurodiversity paradigm and the social model and in conversations with neurodiversity-affirming professionals, we are going to challenge, rethink, and reframe systems and institutions. We are ...
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October 11th is "Coming Into Queerness" day, otherwise known as "National Coming Out" day, and CSU's Pride Resource Center is celebrating by coupling with KCSU's podcast department. DJ EJ, host of "Slouch Couch" Tuesdays 9-11am, interviews mentors and other people involved at the PRC about their experiences being a part of the LGBTQ+ community and what their identity means to them.
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Photographer and creator of the Queer Tarot Project Flossy wanted to dive deeper into discussions around "Queer" identity and spirituality. Exploring queerness and self love through our stories. Thank you so much for listening, you can find more about the Queer Tarot Project on www.queertarot.cards or follow on Instagram @create_magick. If you would like to be photographed for a tarot card please get in contact. Thank your so much, be fabulous Be yourself, and practice magick how ever you wa ...
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I am celebrating my 100th podcast episode (Neuroqueering and Let Pleasure Be the Measure combined) with one of my new favorite people and the inspiration for my future work as I lean into creating cultures of neuroinclusion and accessibility. All the way from northern Ireland, welcome Jamie Shields! Jamie Shields is a registered blind AuDHD speaker…
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In today's "Neuroqueering" podcast, Ellie Carn (she/they), psychotherapist, and host Pasha Marlowe (she/they), marriage and family therapist and coach, explain what IFS (Internal Family Systems/"parts" work) is and why it is so effective for neurodivergent minds, especially those with ADHD and autism. Ellie begins with an overview and history of IF…
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In psychologically safe workplaces, people feel safe voicing their opinions about conflict and mistakes-without the fear of negative consequences. Leaders need to be brave-brave enough to invite open and honest feedback. Leaders need to hear what’s really going on, so dysfunctional and unhealthy patterns can be interrupted and problems can be solve…
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Part 2 of the Neuroqueering and Neurobelonging discussion This episode provides practical tools and a complete framework for supporting neurodivergent and queer people. The skills you learn today will help ALL leaders (parents, teachers, coaches, and therapists) be neurodiversity-affirming and gender- affirming. Pasha shares the framework that was …
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AuDHD burnout is real! This episode (or is it a comedy routine?) is for anyone ADHD or autistic with a big event like a family gathering or conference coming up. Allow me to share ways to rock, ruin, and recover from your experience. From tips on traveling to recovering from sensory overload to how NOT to pee on your shoes, this conversation is raw…
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Pasha Marlowe is on her way to the international ADHD conference to present "Neuroqueering: Beyond the Intersection of Neurodiversity and Queerness". She shares best practices for supporting neurodivergent and queer communities in part 1 of this highly actionable episode. Pasha answers questions such as: "What is neuroqueer?" "What is the neurodive…
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Join Pasha Marlowe (she/her) and Rae Nelson (they/them), a DEIB leader and Human Resources Generalist, for a vulnerable and mind-shifting conversation about microaggressions and subtle acts of exclusion. Rae describes the 3 types of microaggressions and gives examples of each. They explain intention vs impact, implicit bias, and inclusive design th…
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Leela Sinha (ze/zir) joins me today to talk about zir work with the Intensives Institute and what it means to be an intensive. I have always identified as an intense person, so the intensive framework spoke to me. Leela shares that ze created the intensive framework because it makes people feel "less broken". So many of us intensives feel like we a…
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October 11th is "Coming Into Queerness" day, otherwise known as "National Coming Out" day, and CSU's Pride Resource Center is celebrating by coupling with KCSU's podcast department. DJ EJ, host of "Slouch Couch" Tuesdays 9-11am, interviews mentors and other people involved at the PRC about their experiences being a part of the LGBTQ+ community and …
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This episode is short, but mighty! Pasha unpacks neuroqueering, neuronormativity, heteronormativity, and the current pathologizing language of neurodivergence. She talks about needing a paradigm shift, away from the pathology paradigm and towards the neurodiversity paradigm, which uses neurodiversity-affirming and strength-based language. Pasha enc…
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Jen Berlingo (she/her) is a coach, thought-leader, and best-selling author of the book "Midlife Emergence". She and I talk about how we unmask and unravel truths as we shed social, cultural, and familial layers. Like Jen and I experienced, many women and non-binary folx are living heterofacing lives and feeling like their marriages are "fine" or "g…
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Jillian Abby, AKA @queerabby, author of "Perfectly Queer", and I share a conversation about coming out late in life queer and/or neurodivergent, the messy middle, the words we use when we talk about divorce and diagnosis, and how coming out often feels, but is NOT selfish. We challenge timeline narratives and social norms. According to who's time a…
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Ali Hendry, holistic relationship coach, host of the Relationship Room podcast, and columnist for Diva Magazine, joins me today for a spicy conversation about menopause! More specifically, sex and menopause through the lens of queerness and neurodivergence. This is the conversation you need to hear! Ali explores different ways to eat and exercise d…
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Mattia Maurée (@audhdflourishing) is a disabled, non-binary, and trans AuDHD coach, hypnotherapist, writer, and composer. They discussed neuroqueering, intersectionality, depathologizing language, ableism, and PDA (rather than "pathological demand avoidance", many autistics have reclaimed this term as "persistent drive for autonomy"). We had a fasc…
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Whitni Miller (she/her), CEO of BDEMoves, sex educator and pleasure coach joins me for a spicy conversation! We talk about heteronormativity and share our personal coming out (and coming in) stories. Whitni shares fascinating new perspectives on attraction, attachment styles, monogamy, and trauma. We end with a conversation that made me BLUSH as we…
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Introducing the world's best co-host for the "Neuroqueering" podcast, Sonny Jane Wise (@livedexperienceeducator and the author of the upcoming book "We are ALL Neurodiverse"). Coming to you from Australia tomorrow and Maine today, Sonny and Pasha invite you to engage in this expansive conversation on queering neuronormativity and heteronormativity …
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Sonny Jane Wise, the Lived Experience Educator, is a multiply neurodivergent advocate and the author of their upcoming book "The Neurodivergent Umbrella". They come to us today from Australia with brilliant thoughts and feelings about the neurodiversity paradigm, the difference between neurodiversity and neurodivergence, and why neurodivergence is …
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If you could use some Boston-style, no BS advice about how to love on your neurodivergent self, shift your mindset, and live the life you desire, have a listen to this episode with Jaime Messina, mindset and empowerment coach. Jaime explains why and how our brains brain as they do and how their primary purpose is to keep us safe. Because our brains…
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Pasha Marlowe, MFT, AuDHD and Neuroqueer Coach, specializes in coaching neurodivergent couples where one or both is ADHD and/or autistic. Her online program "Same Bed, Different Brains" has helped many couples move from the brink of divorce to a place of deeper understanding, acceptance, and intimacy. Pasha's coaching and teaching style is collabor…
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Jessi Purdy is an activist, public speaker, and the CEO of FIC Human Resource Partners, an organization that fosters inclusive cultures through policy, training, and discussion. Her identity as a panromantic, asexual, transwoman is central to her life and work. In this episode, Jessi and I discuss how DEI work is broadening to include intersectiona…
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Join Pasha Marlowe, Neuroqueer Coach and Sandy Woznicki, Stress and Anxiety Coach, for a conversation on ADHD, Anxiety, and why we worry. We talk about the correlations and differences between ADHD and anxiety and how the conditions often manifest as ruminations, intrusive thoughts, and hyperfocusing. Sandy explains how anxiety is fear based and wh…
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Michelle Renee is a surrogate partner, professional cuddler, and full-spectrum intimacy guide for human connection, working inside the complete spectrum of intimacy, from platonic to erotic. In collaboration with a therapist, surrogate partners help clients who struggle with intimacy, body shame, sexual dysfunction, new gender or sexual identify, a…
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Dr. Rachel Allyn, is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in relationships and and the author of the book "The Pleasure Is All Yours". She is back on my podcast for a 2nd time, this time talking about intimacy and bodyfulness through the lens of neurodiversity. We discussed the impact of hormones, menopause, unmasking, sensory issues, and …
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Enjoy this beautiful and inspiring conversation about how we can queer time and have the experience of living with our natural rhythms in natural time, rather than clock time. Kai Northcott (they/them/xe/xem) helps neurodivergent professionals design their time to improve executive function. Kai has explored opposite ends of many spectrums, includi…
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Aron Croft, MS, is a Harvard-educated coach and the owner of Hidden ADHD. He specializes in inattentive ADHD and helps ADHD minds move beyond the struggle of motivation and willpower and tap into the power of momentum. Aron encourages us to be in alignment, work smarter not harder, and to realize what fuels us and keeps us in the flow. He generousl…
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Dr. Tarryn MacCarthy is a mom to 3 queer kids, an orthodontist, a happiness mindset coach, podcast host, and visionary. She eloquently and vulnerably shares her journey of raising and advocating for her queer children. Just in time for the holiday season, we talk about navigating coming out and conversations about sexuality and gender with extended…
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Coming to you from Colorado Springs in the wake of the Club Q shooting, Lou Szody of Unconditional ADHD coaching, leads with vulnerability and unconditional acceptance and explains how "when something happens to one person in our community, it happens to all of us". We discuss how imposter syndrome and trauma triggers are prevalent in the neuroquee…
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Dr. Matt Zakreski (who was fortunate enough to have Maya Angelou as a professor!) is a doctor of psychology, professor, speaker, and the creator of the Neurodiversity Collective. In this episode, Dr. Matt joins me for a spirited conversation about giftedness, ableism, privilege, sex/intimacy, and the unique challenges of twice and thrice exceptiona…
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A spontaneous and raw solo episode packed with vulnerability and courage. This is my most personal and favorite episode yet and one that I believe will speak to midlife women who are considering "burning it all down" (systems, institutions, careers, marriages) in the name of justice, authenticity, and pleasure! If you or someone you love has gone t…
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Patrick Dodson, philosopher, coach, counsellor, author, and Ted Talk speaker, joins me (all the way from New Zealand) to discuss diversity and differences from the lens of identity, multiple-intelligences, and compassion. He describes inside-out orientation and shares identity mind-mapping tools to help you celebrate your diversities more and impro…
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Dylan Alter (they/them) is a queer theorist, farmer, previous lawyer, and teacher. They are also the person who introduced me to the concept of neuroqueering! Dylan explains their theory on the challenges of accessing meds, adult ADHD, masking, cultural diplomacy, and more. This episode was cut short at the end as our zoom froze, so pardon the unco…
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KJ Kelsch (they/them) is a neurology-focused mobility restoration specialist & strength coach based at J Bodyworks in San Francisco. They're passionate about helping queer, trans, non-binary & neurodiverse people of all stripes embody their superpowers through therapeutic, empowered movement. In today’s episode, KJ and Pasha talk about embodiment t…
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Pasha shares her journey from grief to neuroqueering by way of humor, rest, and pleasure activism. These radical forms of activism teach us to consciously choose to experience pleasure, to explore rest as resistance, and to heal through laughter in the community. Show notes: [1:51] Diving deeper into the meaning of neuroqueering [5:20] Looking back…
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I always knew I wanted Eric Tivers, ADHD Rewired host, to be my first Neuroqueering guest. Eric epitomizes everything I love about the open-heartedness of neurodiverse and queer communities. We talked about how we came out as queer in our hetero-facing relationships, how we see our sexuality through the lens of our neurodivergence, and how gender f…
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The word NEUROQUEER goes beyond the intersection of neurodiversity and queerness. Neuroqueering is the practice of queering (subverting, defying, disrupting, liberating oneself from) neuronormativity and heteronormativity simultaneously. Through the lens of the neurodiversity paradigm and the social model and in conversations with neurodiversity-af…
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Words are tools. Our language helps shape our thoughts and perceptions of ourselves and others. In this episode, we will learn how to stop pathologizing neurodivergence by embracing the neurodiversity paradigm, which states there is no “normal” or “right” style of the human brain or mind, any more than there is no “normal” or “right” ethnicity, sex…
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The new NEUROQUEERING Podcast launched today. Check out the first episode. THIS IS THE FINAL "Let Pleasure Be the Measure Podcast". After 65 episodes and 10K downloads in 34 countries, Pasha has decided to say goodbye to the "Let Pleasure Be the Measure" podcast. Her international ADHD coaching practice has taken off and she is going to focus on se…
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This is not your daughter's podcast! This one is for midlife women who have been through life's SHITASTROPHIES and have come out the other side with a sense of humor and a fierce zest for life. Get ready to laugh about death, chronic overthinking, and wordle! And a bonus braless dance party at the end! Yes, you can ALWAYS watch my episodes on YouTu…
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Welcome Michael Vukelic, success coach, speaker, and author of "Let Go Of the Shit Show". Many A-ha moments here, friends. My Aha was when Michael said "We are taking in and experiencing exactly what we want to experience." Yes, even those hard moments. He beautifully and brilliantly teaches us in this episode: *How you can move through the world w…
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Jennifer and Stephanie PageWise are Quantum Relationship Coaches who work with the LGBTQ+ community. Their mission is to bring more love to the world, one relationship at a time. They focus on creating holy relationships through teaching self-love, boundaries and communication. The foundation of their work is encouraging clients to find their authe…
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HANDS DOWN, my new favorite episode! I want Meredith Steele (IG @babiesofsteele) to come to laugh and pee at my house everyday. She's from central coastal Maine and so am I. She likes coffee and animals and so do I. She can't do tech and neither can I. So, already we should be best friends, right? But, we also share deeper connections. We both have…
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In today's episode we are talking about relationships, parenting, divorce, dating, and sex through the lens of ADHD. Lucky you! You get Pasha Marlowe, a Marriage and Family Therapist and ADHD coach AND Natalie Nolan, an ADHD divorce coach, in one episode! First we share our family journeys from ADHD diagnosis and management to the demise and rebuil…
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Shari Foos is a Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of The Narrative Method. She and I have a vulnerable and lively discussion about our shared experiences as therapists, children with trauma, storytellers, and humorists. Shari's work is fascinating and in complete alignment with my philosophy and passions. This was a thrill for me to con…
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Note: There is a brief audio issue where you will hear an echo ("pussy, pussy, pussy") and feedback, but it is quickly resolved. Thank you for your understanding. Did I mention I hate tech and fired my editor? LOL! My guest today is Sherysse Morris, a pleasure goddess and a feminine embodiment coach. She and I begin by diving into our love of pussy…
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Tracey O'Connell, M.D. is an educator and a coach who primarily works with LGBTQ+ teens and families. She has been collaborating with Brene Brown's organization, Daring Way, and works as a Daring Way facilitator. The key components of these teachings are leading with courage, shame, vulnerability, authenticity, self-compassion, and resilience. Thes…
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Nancy Shadlock is a coming out coach and the host of The Coming Out Chronicles podcast. Interestingly, her work life began as a youth pastor and spiritual director. From her conservative Christian upbringing with missionary parents to coming out at 33, Nancy shares her unique path to finding her truth in the LGBTQ+ community. She has been an import…
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This is an empowering, entertaining, and hilarious episode! Christine is an empty nest coach and the host of the Your Empty Nest Coach podcast. Her focus in on coaching parents before they empty nest, with the goal of the parent feeling whole on their own. Christine is such a pleasure. She is brilliant, compassionate, and funny. Plus, she laughs at…
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Felicia Burnett is a midlife dating and relationship coach. She helps people improve their dating skills by identifying what (and who!) they are looking for and demystify the dating process so they can get off to the right start in their next relationship—without repeating the same mistakes and patterns that have frustrated them in the past. Felici…
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Bri McCorkell is a mama, a woman in recovery, a warrior freed from addiction, and a sensual soul reclaiming her pleasure and light. She is also an intuitive healer, embodiment mentor and spiritual teacher who helps women and mamas all around the globe discover their Divine Blueprint, activate their full power and recreate a life that is truly their…
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Lucia Pavone is a pleasure instigator, permission grantor, rule breaker, international speaker, somatic sex educator and sensuality mentor. As a modern day temple priestess, she is passionate about supporting people to embody their sexuality, love their juicy bodies, free themselves from shame, heal sexual traumas and have a sex life worth bragging…
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