In this episode Nicnac laments the needless pressure caused by the many ‘stress gates’ they are navigating through and hopes that their work and the work of others may eventually lead to a less hostile world for divergent people like themselves
In this episode, Nicnac tries to get her head out of the happy clouds long enough to think in the face of the challenges posed by all the things that have happened in her life as of late. Although they feel lucky, they know that they and other divergent people like themselves face a severe uphill battle, particularly in these times. She is continuing her climb up the mountain and hopes you are as well
In this episode, Nicnac tells of a new partnership and love that has her crazy twitterpated and happy. She asks listeners to help her get some writing projects finished and work towards seeing her new partner in Seattle. A place she has been homesick for for 10 years anyway.
In this episode, Nicnac finds herself half hearing Anne Murray’s version of “You Won’t See Me”. This ties into her ongoing translation and recent coming-out day events in Nicnac’s mind. She does her best to info dump and tell her story in an entertaining way. With hopes that she may be able to do another conversation episode around this sort of topic with a friend soon.
In this episode, Nicnac talks about where she is in divergent life, transitioning and thinking back to a person they once knew in passing who was so cool. She feels the sting of the missed connection even years later and tries to find the good in the missed connection and living the day-to-day challenges of being divergent. Nicnac advises you to skip if you aren’t ready to bawl your eyes out with love. She thanks you for sticking with her!
Trigger Warning: This is a deep, heavy, and honest episode that may not be suitable for everyone including dark themes, politics, and divergent life struggle. Please proceed intentionally and do your own thinking as required. If you don’t have the ability to listen with an open mind please don’t!
In this episode, Nicnac returns to unscripted formate to talk more about their fantasy of love, their admiration, and envy of Robert Evans and their not-so-pleasant feelings about their hometown. It somehow turns into the internets strangest personal ad mixed with a pledge drive. Yep Nicnac is definitely divergent as hell. Please support their work!
In this episode, Nicnac’s creativity and life train is jarringly derailed by their very frustrated body’s instance on closeness despite Nicnac’s mind objecting to the cries. This forces Nicnac to explore a different kind of date seeking despite their extremely rational objections and ongoing gender changes.
Nicnac hopes this episode can serve as an admittedly dramatized look into their mind and their loathing of the gender they were assigned at birth.
They hope they can find someone far from Hellhole, CA who can see them for who they are. And, that they might work together to actually climb the Denali that could be divergent love. For Nicnac knows that people are people too.
In this episode, Nicnac thinks back to the horrors of being a child and having that natural wonder beaten down and suppressed. Although Nicnac has never been able to tolerate children (even as a child) they see and know the pain of childhood. They encourage those that do have the skills needed to be there for children to let them be human. They encourage adults to remember a free their inner child.