They/Them/Theirs - A Monthly Non-binary Discussion

They/Them/Theirs - A Monthly Non-binary Discussion

Published by: Jo & Rayne
17 Episodes | First Released: Dec 12 '18 | 🇺🇸
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KripsieNB
Mar 30
Rating:   6
Good, but could be better

I’ve listened to every episode, and I do think the podcast is great! I found it while questioning my own gender and this has helped me a lot to realize some things about myself. The main complaint I have is that they get off topic way too easily and don’t seem to have any sort of cohesive structure with the episodes. It sometimes takes 10 or 15 minutes for them to get to the subject at hand and they regularly go on tangents not related to non binary people or gender at all. They’re not bad by any means, but I just wish that when they pick a subject, they stick to it. For example, in the binding episode, I’m pretty sure all they did was mention a few companies and how their binders are good. I would have also liked to hear more about pros and cons of binding, as well as maybe a brief history of it. Maybe also talk about why people decide to bind for listeners that are not non binary and are instead listening to understand a friend’s point of view. It’s great that podcasts like these exist for questioning folks and I absolutely love the hosts, but I would love to have some more in depth talk about the subjects and fewer off topic tangents.

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Auroradesu
Feb 13
Rating:   10
Everything is a big mood!

I’ve been trying to find podcasts about non binary life that I resonate with and boy howdy did I find it. I had a feeling when I heard Jo use the Enigma of Amigara Fault hole made for me meme. As a person who recently clicked with understanding I’m trans masc non binary I also relate to a lot of content Rayne talks about. This is a good time and there’s cats!

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Amanda0794
Jan 2
Rating:   10
Strega Nona

Hell yeah

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KatsuneMiku
Jan 2
Rating:   10
Strega Nona

Strega Nona

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Unnamed Source
Dec 10 '19
Rating:   10
Um, I, uh...

I’m scared to comment because it might offend their/those/them thar carbon units’ sensibilities. That said, these units are pompous, pretentious, and humorless. The warm-blooded life forms seem to go through life looking to be offended or disrespected. I’m going to need a laminated card to carry so I will know how to refer to every object I interact with each day. Props to Karl at WATP! 5 Stars!!!

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Mooreshmallow
Dec 8 '19
Rating:   10
It’s good, y’all.

I didn’t start questioning my own gender until relatively recently, but these two have made the process much less anxiety-inducing than it could’ve been. Don’t listen to the one-star reviews. Those people are probably just as unpleasant in real life as in their reviews.

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Alex44!
Nov 22 '19
Rating:   10
Representation matters!!

I truly appreciate this podcast’s existence. I’m nonbinary and it’s so wonderful to have a podcast hosted by people of my own gender and similar experiences. Also you’re both hilarious. We stan!!! 💖

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LeeJames55
Nov 18 '19
Rating:   2
How can we be offended today?!

This podcast is absolute garbage, hosted by terrible people. It’s two boring half-wits trying to find any way they can be offended and victims. They’re disgusting. The funniest thing I heard was from the one amoeba that calls itself Rain. It admitted that people don’t want to hangout with it because it gets offended by everything and is an absolute bummer to hangout with. However, Rain quickly blamed the people not itself. So hilariously and completely unaware of self 😂🤣

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itszeke
Nov 18 '19
Rating:   2
Individuals with no sense of humor

Should be called the me/me/me podcast. A conversation between the two most self absorbed people around being judgmental about people who have a different viewpoint

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Lnofzinger
Jun 28 '19
Rating:   10
Very reassuring, friendly, funny

I am questioning my gender identity & presentation, and just found this podcast. It is easy to listen to & I am learning a lot. Good to know I am not alone.

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