Kay is a bootleg philosopher, perpetual what-the-fuck-amIdoingwithmylife-er, and rebel at heart. She’s always marched to the beat of her own drum, but sometimes life and adulting get in the way. So Kay’s getting back to the business of living on her terms.

Tag along as Kay reflects, dissects, ponders, rants, babbles, trips, and fumbles on culture, career, relationships, sex, travel, politics – and life’s other quirks – all in the spirit of living audaciously.

Listen to the podcast, read the blog, tweet her, or drop her a line at [theaudaciouskay at gmail.com].


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  1. I just want to say I love your show! I’m a 24 year old black girl from Chicago. I caught the Holy Ghost during your “read” on biracial who like to cry on black women’s bussoms. Keep up the good work.

    • Thanks for checking it out!

      This is one of those topics I could talk about for hours. I think it’s one that people tip-toe around too much. We don’t need to tell other people how to identify, but we also don’t have to carry their identity baggage either. We’re not obligated to do that.

      Interestingly enough I came across an article today that you might be interested in: Coming Out as Biracial https://human.parts/coming-out-as-biracial-c25d6ae8f2af#.66js4qxac. It was actually pretty refreshing to read a bi-racial woman’s perspective that didn’t come across as emotional dumping on black folks.

      And thanks for the encouragement. I really appreciate it!!

      • Exactly! You perfectly put into words feelings I’ve had about the this topic. It sucks that black women who have no other racial identities to claim but black are often drowned out by mixed girls having an identity crisis. Like you said they never burden white people/women with this but of all groups black women.

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