-inkwyrm (i lov my fashion wlw)
-wtnv (i lov my alternate reality town mlm)
-the falcon banner (mlm, in space)
-oakpodcast (wlw main getting absolutely fucked over and its sad)
-death at a low price (whats a heterosexual)
-the orbiting human circus (mlm deserve better/to be podcast canon not just word of god)
-the bright sessions (supernatural mlm and one wlw)
-the penumbra podcast (not enough wlw but still good)
-alice isnt dead (wlw on a roadtrip from hell)
-audiodiary of a superhero (i cant wait for the wlw to come back)
-ghost radio project (canon trans kid whom i love)
-jratw (u all know i lov wlw and trans mlm doin cool stuff)
theres probably more but the chars havent been canonically confirmed/are too early in for sexuality to be discussed (whats the frequency, probably)
Things I learned during research for my novel that ended up being more interesting than whatever I was seeking in the first place #345739831: “the only bunker you’ll be in is your own coffin” is a surprisingly popular insult on conspiracy forums
15 million on youtube! And it's only an audio! And I think the spotify numbers got better, right? But we gotta keep going! Do it for the giggle!
16.5 MILLION NOW!!
and yes, his spotify numbers have gotten better - he’s moved up or stayed the same on every chart. he’s now up to 11,707,783 STREAMS ON SPOTIFY!! and his monthly listeners are up to almost 5 million (362nd in the world)
i always forget that zayn is one of the most well known and successful male singers right now, that hes the face of versus versace and also a designer for it, is dating a “supermodel” and has songs with other pop stars bc he seems just like a regular 24yo student who happens to be so beautiful that paps regulary take pictures of him and i actually love it because he doesnt seem like an unreachable cocky celeb like everyone else
Punk Fiction: Women In Punk ~ Documentary presented by Elastica’s, Justine Frischmann ~ Featuring: Poly Styrene (X-Ray Spex), Debbie Harry (Blondie), Viv Albertine (The Slits), Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders), Patti Smith, Toyah Wilcox & Annie Nightingale ~ BBC Radio 1 ~ 10th November 1996.
Look what I found! Unfortunately, I don’t have a cassette player, but I will be temporarily commandeering the next one I encounter. :)