Dress Code Cracker the podcast

12th July 2014

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11th July 2014

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“In the end, I think having dress codes is useful– we need them. We need to be able to identify who shares our interests, and who feels authentic. “

I interviewed the beautiful, talented, smart and funny Lorraine Hewitt for my podcast Dress Code Cracker….talked about feminism, porn, DIY + punk style. Please listen, rate and review on iTunes and stitcher

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9th July 2014

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(via DCC Episode 11: Lorraine Hewitt (aka Coco LaCreme)  “I was always a wild dresser”)

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9th July 2014

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DCC Episode 11: Lorraine Hewitt (aka Coco LaCreme) “I was always a wild dresser”

DCC Episode 11: Lorraine Hewitt (aka Coco LaCreme) “I was always a wild dresser”

Lorraine Hewitt has been on the periphery of my ‘Toronto personalities’ awareness for a long time–from her burlesque performances with Skin Tight Outta Sight Rebel Burlesque troupe, to her role as co-creator of the ground breaking Feminist Porn Awards, to seeing her in my friendly local neighbourhood feminist sex toy shop.PHOTOS Lorraine Hewitt 1-6-14 014Most recently I came across her name again, reading the oral history of the…

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Dress Code Cracker Episode 11: Lorraine Hewitt (aka Coco LaCreme)


This weeks guest—Lorraine Hewitt— has been on the periphery of my ‘Toronto personalities’ awareness for a long time—from her burlesque performances with Skin Tight Outta Sight Rebel Burlesque troupe, to her role as co-creator of the ground breaking Feminist Porn Awards, to seeing her in my friendly local neighbourhood feminist sex toy shop.

Her style is sort of a punk/pin up hybrid. We talked about how your style (and attitude) changes with age, and she said some quotables about ‘dress codes’

"In the end I think having dress codes is useful: we need them. We need to be able to identify who shares our interests, and who feels authentic" —I love it!

Please go to

dresscodecracker.com for more information!

~thanks!  

 


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28th June 2014

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SHOUTOUT TO CATS FOR GETTING THEIR CLAWS STUCK IN THINGS AND THEN WHEN YOU HELP THEY GET OFFENDED THAT YOU TOUCHED THEIR PAW

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27th June 2014

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(via DCC Episode 10: Sheryl Yvette “I hate jeans, so much”)

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25th June 2014

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DCC Episode 10: Sheryl Yvette “I hate jeans, so much”

DCC Episode 10: Sheryl Yvette “I hate jeans, so much”

I first encountered Sheryl Yvette via her blog where she sometimes goes by ‘Bitchcakes’. She makes a retro glamour girl look seem effortless: running marathons, cycling NYC/Brooklyn/Queens without a hair out of place, and posting body positive bikini shots on her instagram and tumblr.

I was surprised to learn her main passion is….photography!

And did I mention she’s vegan and was featured in Allu…

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25th June 2014

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Dress Code Cracker Episode 10: Sheryl Yvette


I first encountered Sheryl Yvette via her blog where she sometimes goes by “Bitch Cakes”. She makes a retro glamour look seem effortless, running marathons; cycling New York/Brooklyn/Queens without a hair out of place, and posting body positive bikini shots on her instagram and tumblr. I was surprised to learn her main interest is….photography! Did I mention she’s vegan and was featured for her makeup skills in Allure magaziine? She personifies Retro Barbie, hates to shop, and judging from her online presence maintains the life of a bon vivant gal-about-town.

Please listen via libsyn, iTunes, and stitcher, and check out

www.dresscodecracker.com for more about Sheryl Yvette! 

Many thanks for listening~


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24th June 2014

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IVE SEEN POSTERS LIKE THIS ALL OVER TORONTO. They have no indication of where they came from. Except the unicorn.

yea i saw one by bloor/bathurst the other day that said YOU CAN’T TELL SOMEONE’S GENDER BY LOOKING FOR THEM w the same unicorn symbol <3

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IVE SEEN POSTERS LIKE THIS ALL OVER TORONTO. They have no indication of where they came from. Except the unicorn.

yea i saw one by bloor/bathurst the other day that said YOU CAN’T TELL SOMEONE’S GENDER BY LOOKING FOR THEM w the same unicorn symbol <3

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