In episode 10 Lauren Davis (she/her), of Sui Generis Magicka, a Diné (Navajo) multiracial performance artist & Chaos Magician, talks with Mētztli all about their craft in this particularly aptly timed *spooky season* episode.
In episode 09 Tea, a Black American Blitch, artist, storyteller, creatrix and half owner of The Black Gold Lenormand chats with Mētztli all about the Black history & divine inspiration that lead to the creation of The Black Lenormand Deck,
In episode 08 Alexis P. Morgan, a Queer, Disabled, Afro-Indigenous, anarcho-communist matriarchist, sorceress and writer chats with Mētztli all about growing up adopted, living as a neuro-expansive witch, reclaiming Judaism, finding Lucifer,
In episode 07 Mētztli Alexandria is joined by featured guest, Dr. Jennifer Mullan Psy.D, a Queer Black Latinx clinical psychologist, speaker and writer focused on creating dialogue to address how mental health is affected by the trauma of oppression an...
Megan Alexandria is joined by featured guest, Mohawk Greene, a Black Queer harm reduction and drug policy educator. They discuss the colonial, anti-Black politics underlying the cultural stigma of drug use, addiction and treatment, recreational use,
In episode 05 Megan Alexandria is joined by featured guest, Lauren Leavell, a bi-racial Black femme *inclusive* fitness model, instructor, personal trainer and Instagram influencer @laurenleavellfitness. They discuss controversial hot topic “body posit...
In episode 04 Megan Alexandria is joined by featured guest, Shavaughn Elle, a Black femme writer from Say it With Sex. They discuss all things sex magic and orgasmic witchery; from worshipping your sacred bits to casting erotic spells with poetry,
Megan Alexandria is joined by featured guest, Jana Lynne Umipig, in episode 03 as they discuss anger as a spiritual compass and rage as part of the balance, JL’s work teaching Phillipina fighting arts to womxn in the Sacred Survival Sisterhood,
In episode 02, I'm joined by guest Medina Maitreya in a discussion about our process of reconnecting with our indigenous cultural roots, our ancestors and the layered politics of the "Indian card". Followed by personal accountability,