Bad Queers

Pussy Licker (w/Kia Comedy) I Episode 85

November 08, 2021 HER App Season 1 Episode 85
Bad Queers
Pussy Licker (w/Kia Comedy) I Episode 85
Show Notes

This week we welcome comedian, event producer and activist, Kia Barnes (aka Kia Comedy). We discuss how Atlanta has been in these streets during COVID. Growing up Black and Queer in the south.  Event producers suddenly changing their tune when it comes Black talent and what older studs need to stop doing.

Shoutouts:
Shana:
 Nik Kacy - Founder of Nik Kacy Footwear, gender free footwear and accessories that are quality, handcrafted, utility products to make a social impact. Follow @nikkacyfootwear 

Kris: Amber Hikes for her TED talk, it’s finally out. 5 mins of greatness - definitely worth your time. Check it out on YouTube and follow Amber @amber__hikes

Kia:
Alter Ego Cosmetics - Queer and Black owned skin care line that focuses on Black skin. Portion of the proceeds go to charities.  Follow and support @alteregoscos

Bad Queers is co-hosted by:
Shana Sumers: @shanahasagram
Kris Chesson: @kris.chess

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