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Donations go towards software and equipment expenses so that I can afford keep the podcast going. Expenses include:

  • Podcast hosting – $150 CAD/Year
  • Website hosting – $160 CAD/Year
  • Editing Software – $40 CAD/Month
  • Squadcast Subscription (for virtual recording) – $7 CAD/Month

Wishlist of things I would like to purchase to make the podcast better:

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To find out more about how I intend on earning revenue from the podcast the please visit the disclosure page.

Past Episodes

Episode 51 – I Call Bullshit

How can you stay true to yourself, so you can call in the right relationship? In this episode of Uncomfortable, Deb chats with Self Care & Self Love Advocate Andrea Hill on calling yourself out on your own bullshit. Andrea explains how working on YOU by calling yourself out on your own bullshit, will allow you to feel more empowered, helping you to find a relationship that aligns with your true self.

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Episode 50 – Life as an Exclusive Companion

What is the difference between an “exclusive companion” and “sex work”? In what ways to do those who work in the sex industry keep themselves as safe as possible?

In this episode of Uncomfortable, Deb chats with Amy Taylor, model and exclusive companion who answers the above questions. Amy also talks about her experience of dealing with haters on and offline and explains the pros and cons of legalizing the sex industry.

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Episode 49 – Gender Identity + Gender Affirming Surgery

In this episode of Uncomfortable, Deb chats with Vancouver’s favourite queer podcasters Sara & Chloe about Sara’s decision to go through gender affirming surgery. Sara talks us through their decision and why the surgery is important to them. And Chloe tells us how she felt when Sara shared this decision with her.

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