Dionysian Dialectics

Dionysian Dialectics

Podcast by Alexander Quaresma

Episodes

March 10, 2020 124 min
Ginger Minnie makes a return appearance to discuss problems regarding the purported OnlyFans.com "leak" and her issues working with myfreecams in an era where the internet itself seems to be evolving. The struggle is real. Guest: GingerMinnie Host: Alexander Quaresma intro & exit music: "Comet" by Lonely Drifter Karen
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A monologue on a particular aspect regarding the possible evolution-or de-evolution-of consciousness as seen through pop culture, the archaeological record, and nature and the slow agonizing death of the DNC as Bernie's popularity soars. Intro & Exit Music: "Saudades das saudades" by Vicente da Câmara
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Livestreamer and adult entertainer Des Zeppelin enters the circled square to discuss all things: the death of Kobe; the beauty regarding the impermanence of life, some of the challenges which present themselves in the adult live streaming industry, and accomplishing creative goals. guest: Des Zeppelin host: Alexander Quaresma intro music: "When the Levee Breaks" by Palodine exit music: "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots,...
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Another monologue: Talking the holiday break, impeached President Trump's "unholy union," and the death of Kobe Bryant. host: Alexander Quaresma intro & exit music: "O emigrante" by Carmen Silva
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Just in time for the Christmas season, the creator of the Atheist Christmas Coloring Book Rick Marazzani comes on to discuss his coloring book, atheism, and the value of free-thinking. guest: Rick Marazzani host: Alexander Quaresma intro song: "Silent Night, Blasphemous Night" by The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society
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Tarot card reader and educator Scarlet Ravenswood and astrologer Dan Shukis - hosts of the "Cosmic Keys" podcast - come on for a chat about occult arts & crafts and how misinterpretations regarding the occult are so prevalent in conspiracy theories in post-modernity. guests: Scarlet Ravenswood & Dan Shukis host: Alexander Quaresma intro music: "Widescreen" by Vanessa-Mae exit music: "The Map Room" b...
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Sex Worker advocate and author Lola Davina returns to the podcast to continue our discussion on ethically produced pornography. Talk 2 of 2. Guest: Lola Davina Host: Alexander Quaresma Intro Music: "Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin X Pendulum remix Exit Music: "Never on a Sunday" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
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In the second half of artist SmallMoon's discussion, we talk all about some pieces which appeared in her August 2019 first solo art show. Guest: SmallMoon aka Moonie B. Jones Host: Alexander Quaresma Intro Music: "Petals" by Chromatics Exit Music: The Care Bears Countdown
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On the heels of her first solo art show, artist SmallMoon returns to the podcast to discuss a number of items such as people who objectify and/or diminish the work of young female artists, Moon's "artwitch" patreon initiative, and a bunch more in this first of two podcasts. guest: SmallMoon host: Alexander Quaresma intro & exit music: "Petals" by Chromatics
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Sex Worker advocate and author Lola Davina returns to the podcast to discuss the idea behind ethically produced pornography. Part 1 of 2. Guest: Lola Davina Host: Alexander Quaresma Intro & Exit Music: "Half Forgotten Daydreams" by John Cameron
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Muralist Jules Muck, aka MUCKROCK, joins me to discuss her work, its significance, where it comes from, and in some instances, perhaps even what it might mean. guest: Jules Muck host: Alexander Quaresma intro music: "Red is the Night" by The Accent
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Recapping HBO's TV series "Game of Thrones" now that the monumental series came to its controversial end.
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Part 2 of 3, with Adam Dravian and Jessica Safron, the creative force behind the Satan Ninja 198X comic book. The three of us gather to discuss our Satan Ninja 198X music playlists. In this, the middle act, I give my Satan Ninja 198X playlist. Guests: Adam Dravian & Jessica Safron Host: Alexander Quaresma Intro Music: "Obsession" by Animotion Exit Music: "Pimpin' Ain't Easy" by Big Daddy Kane
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Part 1 of 3. The introduction, with Adam Dravian and Jessica Safron, the creative force behind the Satan Ninja 198X comic. The three of us gather to discuss our Satan Ninja 198X music playlists. In this, the first episode of the Satan Ninja 198X soundtrack playlist trilogy we're just getting warmed up, Guests: Adam Dravian & Jessica Safron Host: Alexander Quaresma Intro Music: "Obsession" by Animotion Exit Music: &...
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Artist SmallMoon stops in for a chat regarding her art, where it comes from, and the new burgeoning epoch of the empowered female. guest: SmallMoon host: Alexander Quaresma intro music: "Yama Yama" by Yamasuki exit music: "The Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss
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Live-streaming Myfreecams.com cam model, Twitcher, and YouTuber Astral returns to the podcast to discuss the sensitive issue of body-shaming, brand building, and the unfortunate instance of Florida artist Aaron Corbitt's artwork get censored for being deemed too "satanic." guest: Astral host: Alexander Quaresma intro music: "Great Fairy's Fountain" by Koji Kondo exit music: "Back to Black" by Ramin ...
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Sex worker advocate and "Thriving in Sex Work" author Lola Davina returns to the podcast to discuss a few matters, matters which include: the sting operation in Florida which saw New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft put in the limelight, the hypocrisy of gay conversion therapist Dave Matheson, and the existential horror of time passing on. All of that and a little more. guest: Lola Davina host: Alexander Quaresma intro ...
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A monologue touching on more scandal and corruption surrounding Trump with the recent arrest of Roger Stone, the new Banana Republic of Venezuela, controversies surrounding Liam Neeson and Gucci, as well as a brief discussion highlighting some of the recent work of artist Drea Cofield. host: Alexander Quaresma intro & exit music: "Eu queria cantar-te um fado" by Maria da Fé
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Sex worker advocate and "Thriving in Sex Work" author Lola Davina returns to the podcast where we discuss Tumblr's decision to get rid of all #NSFW content and corporate fascism.
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A monologue on the nature of demons, what they (can) mean and how to defeat them (maybe). Also, I take a further look at the artwork of Caroline Caldwell (aka Dirt Worship), this time from a Marxist perspective, as well as a glimpse into a piece by UK-artist Ian Francis. Also ... I discuss an alleged "unicorn commodity" conspiracy which seems to be disturbing some people on a particular YouTube channel. host: Alexander Qua...
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