Nicnac (she/they) is a passionate self-identifying autistic trans and queer person in her late 30s. Nicnac debuted her personal podcast The Nicnac Podcast in May of 2006. Her podcast features philosophical monologs and conversations with others about divergent life. Nicnac also hosts a dedicated series on flight simulation and other forms of computer simulation software called FSRideAlong which debuted in 2010.
In the past 15 years, Nicnac has produced over 400 episodes across their main podcast and their FSRideAlong Series. Nicnac has also volunteered her time in her community to produce and host audio content for radio and streaming media.
She is an all-around geek for learning about the world and its systems. As a result, she is extremely passionate about social justice and favors societal structures that ensure individual needs are met while working out communal concerns through Dynamic Governance and related processes. She is currently serving as an organizing council member of The Chico, California chapter of The Democratic Socialists of America.
As a creative person with a unique neurotype and a degree in game design, Nicnac places a high value on expressive projects. She believes that expressive projects are one of the better ways to cope with the phenomena of human life. She understands that neurodiversity means that every individual is unique. She hopes that the balance of her output proves to be a force for good.
Please listen and decide for yourself.
Nicnac thanks those willing to listen. She knows that being empathetic is one of the biggest challenges a human can undertake.
She hopes every individual can find the safety and support to empower them and meet their needs
The music used in the podcast opening is Raindrop Rhapsody by Josh Eikenberry. The closing music is Catch Me If You Can by Attica Attica. Nicnac thanks both groups for allowing their creations to be used in this production via The Creative Commons.
Nicnac shares and knows the value of The Creative Commons approach to intellectual creations.
Which is why…