About science advocacy, the anti-diet movement, instagram, priviledge, meeting people where they are, not wanting children, moral licensing, the emotional component of food, going to a private all girls school, sexuality, heartbreak, boundaries, and The Egg Catastrophe.
About her e-book Spunk, plus size style blogging, ranting, fat acceptance, race, doing “influencer things”, therapy, being apologised to by Jameela Jamil, dating and chilling with her demons.
About navigating fatphobia and stigma in healthcare provision, being an influencer, changing views, not deleting the past, sex toy x-rays, nuance, activism, science, opinions, the NHS, social media and playing chess.
About turning 40, mortality, finding the time to fuck, emotional connection, fragility, fat friends, her comedy central show Fat Chat, capitalism, patriachy, losing her virginity, boundaries and climbing Machu Picchu.
About echoism, coming out, being non-binary, the best bread in Edinburgh, dissasociation, self-editing their diaries, becoming funny, Harry Potter, boundaries, and their butch icon Alison Bechdel.
About touring Denmark, the elephant in the room, setting boundaries, fucking up, apologies, microaggressions, compassion, the LOL Word, pronouns, daddy issues, self doubt, gender identity, and their gorgeous red mullet phase.
About writing her book Fat Chance, motherhood, being adopted by her aunt and uncle, the craft of radio, how cancer and fat instagramers changed her relationship with her body, sharing experiences to make other people feel less alone and not looking gift horses in the mouth.
About comedy, sitcoms, popping his movie cherry, auditioning, romance, father/son relationships, being an only child, being present, honesty, truth-telling, TV nights and sipping tequila with Kathy Bates.
About repairing and riding bicycles, writing for children, growing up in Dublin, making kids and adults laugh, having a tough time at secondary school, wanting to be a jazz pianist and his long-standing beef with his nemesis Josie Long.
About comedy, running, the Edinburgh and Dublin festivals, vocal health issues, love, sex, being “weirdly religious” as a teenager, singing, New York, vulnerability, specifics, podcasting and growing up in Houston, Texas.
About being a fat porn star, polyamory, jealousy, ethical porn consumption, snapchat, money, boundaries, her husband’s support of her work, lego, comicon, her relationship with her mom, loving your body and hosting sex parties.
About her podcast and HBO show 2 Dope Queens, her podcast So Many White Guys, her stand up tour Sorry, Harriet Tubman, her long distance relationship with “British Bae Goth”, getting rejected, 50 dollar blogging gigs and tennis.
About her podcast All Killa No Filla, anxiety, OCD, breakups, comedy, The London Underground, her close relationship to her grandparents, imagining that the worst things will happen and what she thinks about an Oasis reunion.
About being a plus sized model, heartbreak, unrequited love, self worth, trying to change patterns of behavior and abuse, dating, truthful communication, resilience, resentment, writing letters to past versions of herself and being a Scorpio.
About the work of comedy, navigating the comedy scene, trying to make it, being goal oriented, family relationships, growing up with Jamaican heritage in a mostly white school, working out what she was angry about, shame, being a reformed bully and Love Island.
About theatre, taking a solo show to the Edinburgh festival, talking about painful things on stage, happiness, Blackpool, criticism, sex education, fear, talking to his mum about sex and sexuality, and going to a slumberparty themed sex party.
About comedy, speaking slowly, using humour to diffuse awkward situations, growing up with cerebral palsy, going to the Edinburgh and Melbourne festivals, being a dickhead to Nish Kumar, perfectionism and doing crosswords while eating softmints.
About her book Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, boundaries, activism, writing, changing tax brackets and class, her podcast About Race, being a teenage girl, creativity, perfectionism and her strong opinions about rabbit care.
About being a jewish woman making political comedy in Trump’s America, getting into comedy through writing an anthropology paper, improv, dealing with online trolls, the history of abortion in the USA and introducing edgelords to feminism in her TV show Soft Focus.
About their memoir Diary of a Drag Queen, class, bodies, being a drag queen, coming out as gay, then queer, then non-binary, internalised structures, taking their parents to the theatre, having a Danish last name and Christina Aguilera’s Beautiful video.
About travelling round the UK with a portable nail salon talking to people about trans rights, surviving school, grieving her best friend who was killed in Grenfell, and putting together To My Trans Sisters; a book of letters by successful trans women.
About pets, multiple personalities, navigating mental health diagnosis and services, using a private instagram as a diary, being a black fat sex worker, unusual fetishes, body domming, practicing acceptance, not voting, nihilism and what they want in their sandwich.
About telling personal stories, being in the present, listening to your body, performing comedy at a baby loss awards ceremony, searching for her voice, being bullied at school, roast dinners, dying on stage, resilience and not mixing sweet and savory.
About making comedy from mental health issues, childhood abuse, bereavement, being bipolar, creating community, (literally) thinking she was Kat Slater from Eastenders, establishing boundaries, having a lovely homelife and sea-monkeys.
About having a sunny disposition, comedy, Hull, gallows humour, feeling like you’ve gotten away with it, walking to Lady Gaga, having a happy childhood, men/love/sex, failure, mice living in her bed, Ikea furniture, getting more scared as you grow older and escaped snakes.
About being a community organiser, growing up in North Carolina in poverty, being a music geek, structural violence, the murder of Mike Brown, Black Lives Matter, AUC Shut It Down, coming to understand themself as non binary and queer, and finding joy and comfort in their queer family.
About queer identity, muslim identity, race, being non-binary, forgiving their mother, going to Eton on a scholarship, queer readings of the Quran, Sufism, sex parties, marine biology, making the NB podcast and writing their book Unicorn: the memoir of a muslim drag queen.
About performing sideshow, childhood trauma, how she got her name, tattoos, piercings, imposter syndrome, being queer, growing up in Foster care, how muggle jobs react to her look and believing Freddy Mercury was her dad.
About designing clothes, writing books, being a fat teenager, emotional rejection, sharing information about bad dates, sewing, privilege, fat representation, living in the golden age of plus sized fashion and her novel No Big Deal.
About interacting with thin people, strategies for social change, troll storms, dating while fat, internalised anti-fatness, the upsides of being a fat person, the fat community, vulnerability and fat representation.