In this episode Matt talks to Sarah “The Rebel” Rodriguez about her experiences gaming, women that play video games and the portrayal of women and the LGBT community in video games Show intro music by Screen Team Show : “Gamer Girl – A Song Dedication To My Girlfriend – Parody of Who Dat Girl by Flo
In this episode Matt takes a break from interviewing and instead Matt Vapor, Kristine Lim and Hebah Moussa created questions to ask each other: Is it ok to marry your first cousin? Would you rather lick snot from someone’s nose or lick 10 meters of Sydney streets? Would you give alcohol to someone underage? Plus many more!
Su Castillo is a US Air Force Veteran, Actor and Comedian from Korean, Irish and Cherokee descent living in Los Angeles. She talks about her life growing up, influences, comedy and acting. Show Links: Su Castillo Comedy Show at Martin Harris Comedy Industry Showcase 1/13/2013 The After Life Reel Direction @ IMDB To subscribe to
Bullying is the epitome of social xenophobia, the fear of anything different from the norm is ostracised and victimised. Although the forms of bullying may change the core of the behaviour does not, and neither do the long lasting effects on those who have been the victims of such behaviour. This interview features the realities of the effects
Islam and Muslims are stereotyped and talked about in the third person within the media, what compounds this is not many people know a Muslim, or have experienced Islam. This allows misinformed stereotypes to grow within society. I interview Hebah Moussa for a second time about her faith, multiculturalism and terrorism. Added extra: Hebah reveals
Music is a huge part of our lives, whether we are aware of it or not it is used to entertain, persuade and enlighten us. However, with the rise of the international music industry and the creation of the numerous music reality TV shows people assume it’s now easier then ever to be discovered and receive that