In their second episode of Everyone’s a Little Bit Gay, Angelica and Amina discuss the ups and downs of growing in their sexuality as young women. They analyze the ways that their families and society have conditioned them into expressing their sexual desires and how to break free of the bonds of traditional femininity.
Angelica Puzio is a doctoral candidate at NYU, where she studies how gender and race stereotypes shape the world around us. She uses qualitative and quantitative data to investigate how stereotypes affect children and adolescents; her studies show that resisting patriarchy and white supremacy leads to healthier development. Angelica teaches Psychology of Gender at Brooklyn College. Her research has been featured in the Economist and HuffPost.
Are you a queer youth trying to navigate the waters of coming out? Do you enjoy hearing other people’s coming out stories? Or do you just want to laugh at the innocence (and sometimes ignorance) of teenagers? Look no further, this podcast is meant for you!