This episode features the inspiring Lillith Grey, who we sat down with recently at CatalystCon in Arlington, VA. We chatted with Lillith about many things, but in particular she shared the inspiring story of how she got involved in deaf ed and sex ed.
As an educator, activist, and artist, most of Lillith’s time is divided between teaching, studying, and sewing sequins. She is a burlesque dancer, event producer, artist, and pianist, and is currently completing her Ph.D. in psychology. She is the founder and co-producer of Dallas’s weekly Queer variety show, the Tuesday Tease, and is the founder and producer of Glitterbomb, a weekly Queer performance art showcase on Thursdays in Denton. She performs frequently in the D/FW burlesque community, and works to create space for identity development and personal healing through performance art for Queer-identified folks.
It’s fair to say that Lillith makes us dizzy with all of her amazing accomplishments and we were just thrilled to have her as a guest on the show.
Find Lillith at Pretty Kitty Pages.
Thanks for listening. We’ll see you on Tuesday, April 21st for our next episode! (We’re weekly now!)