SNS #31: This Is Me Now

 

“Yeah, so spoiler alert humans, even if you’re in a queer relationship, you still spend all your time talking about the bedspread”
– Reilly O’ Connor

Andrew turns over hosting duties to Sammi Santini, who delves into the life of Reilly O’ Connor and hears from some of the most important people in her life, all relaying tales about the maddening experience of redefining who you are as a person.

Appetizer: Sammi in Seattle
Andrew recalls the recent recording session from Seattle, and then passes along the duties as host to the person most qualified to talk about that night, Sammi Santini.

Reilly & Nikson

First Course: Finding the “Me,” in Mija
Aunt Judy talks about relocating herself from New York to Texas, learning the lay of the land, and finding love.
(Starts at 4:30)

Second Course: Loving Everybody; And Yourself
Reilly takes the stage and talks through her sexuality and mental health, leading to a group discussion.
(Starts at 14:00)

Third Course: This is Us, Now
Reilly and Nikson take us through their courtship and thoughts on the difficulties and rewards of jumping into a new kind of relationship for the both of them.
(Starts at 23:50)


The Night They Met
The Night They Met

 

Produced by Exectuive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg, and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Hosted and Written by Sammi Santini
Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Today’s episode featured stories from Reilly O’ Connor,
Nikson Matthews and Judy Dickey

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Podington Bear


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