October 21, 2021

EP. 81 — Tig Notaro

Stand-up comedian, writer, and actor Tig Notaro joins Jameela this week to discuss having three-year olds in a pandemic, how to raise children without giving them your trauma and what Tig hopes they learn from her, Tig’s 2012 and why it was such a difficult time, falling in love with her wife, being young and jumping off of a roof when a friend’s mom got home, and more.
You can follow Tig on Twitter @tignotaro And listen to Tig’s podcast – Don’t Ask Tighttps://www.stitcher.com/show/dont-ask-tig
You can find transcripts for this episode on the Earwolf website. I Weigh has amazing merch – check it out at podswag.com
Jameela is on Instagram @jameelajamilofficial and Twitter @Jameelajamil And make sure to check out I Weigh’s TwitterInstagram, and Youtube for more!


Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to I Weigh with Jameela Jamil, a podcast about mental health and really about everything else. It’s just a very loose, sweary, candid and unashamed podcast about truly everything in the world. And so if you’re new here, then welcome. And if you’ve been here for a while, then thanks for sticking around. I hope you well, I’m fine. Quite upset still about everything that’s happening in Texas regarding reproductive rights. I’m not going to get into the whole thing right now, but I will say that if you are someone who has had an abortion who feels bad about it, or if you are looking to have an abortion and you feel confused or sad or stressed or alone, then you can read my post about it on Instagram. It’s easy to find that’s just a big orange square that says I had an abortion, and it’s all about how relieved I was after mine and grateful and how I have no regrets. And it’s talking about the sys

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