September 15, 2022

EP. 128 — Sophie Duker

Comedian Sophie Duker joins Jameela this week to discuss the childhood experiences she is still processing in therapy, the experience of receiving backlash for an out-of-context joke and how unsafe it made her feel, why her pansexuality makes her joyful, coming out to her mom onstage and her mom completely missing it, what to expect at a sex party, and more.
 

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Transcript

IWEIGH-128-20220922-SophieDuker-ACv02-DYN.mp3 Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re well. This is a podcast that kicks shame right in its dick. Now, on today’s episode, we discuss many things with our fabulous guest, Sophie Duker, who has such a brilliant mind and such a wonderful, funny, cool, aloof voice in British comedy. And we speak on a multitude of her experiences. She’s lived such a full life in such a short time. But one of things that stands out to me is polyamory. It’s a subject we really delve into alongside Pansexuality and having to come out to your parents. And she had to come out to her mother twice, and she tells that story brilliantly in this episode, as well as the experience of being a black pansexual woman and how to navigate the sometimes labyrinth that can be polyamory within that. And polyamory is a subject that you guys have been asking me to discuss for a long time. I was ab

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