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CG/l information podcast about this kinky D/s lifestyle. The Candy Kinkdom is dedicated to educating and supporting those within the CG/l community, providing resources and information to those just discovering it, and decreasing the stigma about this different but healthy relationship style. It is co-hosted by two littles, Misty and Lace, who are both active in their local and online communities.
 
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Since the beginning of organic life on Earth, every living creature depends on one precious element: Rain. It's no surprise then humanity has spent millennia honoring the spirits of this natural phenomenon in hopes to bring more of their life giving water so we can sustain our civilizations. Join us on this episode as we learn about a few of humani…
 
Hey, Tricksters! Get ready to cry, we sure did. So we apologize for the sniffles and voices breaking in this episode but this is a very intense episode. On May 22nd of 2013, a 911 call goes out in apartment on Palmdale, CA for a little boy who had fallen. What the EMT and detectives find in that apartment will forever haunt the LA county, the DCFS,…
 
View this post on Instagram The very diminutive Bartonia texana, Texas screwstem (G2/S2S3 in Texas, S1 in Louisiana). Chris has been far more into the research of this plant because it’s been on his goal list to find the last several years. B. texana is very habitat specific occurring in the baygall seepage swamps of […] The post Back to the Seepag…
 
Happy Indigenous People's Day! Today over 500 years ago a dude thought he had found a new route from Europe to Asia, instead he found the Arawak, Taino, and several indigenous groups who lived and traded in these islands. A man on a mission to claim his 10% of riches promised by the crown he would create the legacy of colonization and genocide in t…
 
Hey, Tricksters! We are back! Okay, so we back in Australia, but now we are in Western Australia in the land of the Bunuba people where we will meet Jandamarra a man of redemption and fighter of freedom for his people! https://ia.anu.edu.au/biography/jandamarra-8822 https://rottnestisland.com/the-island/about-the-island/our-history/aboriginal-histo…
 
Land defender, shaman, revered elder. The tragic murder of Olivia Arevalo sparked outrage across indigenous and non-indigenous communities worldwide back in 2018. Her murderer, Sebastian Woodroffe, was a white Canadian who had been taking advantage of native people for years. Listen now to get the full heartbreaking story that's a lesson in appropr…
 
View this post on Instagram One of my favorite dragonflies, and very common in my yard, the Common Whitetail, Plathemis lydia. This particular one if a male as they are the ones with the distinctive white abdomen in this species. Do you have this one flying in your garden?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #dragonflies #commonwhitetail #plathemislydia #gardening…
 
Hey, Tricksters. This is about to get rough. Part 2 deals with the tragic death of so many young lives from neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and forced sterilization. The stories you are about to hear are still happening as families are still being separated at the border. If you would like to donate and fight against this injustice: https://…
 
View this post on Instagram First time finding a pine lily in Alachua county and we found a half dozen! This state threatened, fire dependent species is found in flatwoods and prairies in the Southeast US. This is my favorite flower and a treat to find close to home. #pinelily A post shared by Keith […] The post Nature, Wild Florida, and Taking it …
 
Hey Tricksters, This is an intense episode. As two Native kids from Central & South America this episode is very close to home to us. We are discussing ICE, their creation, the abuse perpetuated by them in black and brown communities, the fraudulent adoptions, the racism in immigration, and ultimately how Immigrants can & are Indigenous. Part 2 wil…
 
Deep in the jungles of the Amazon rain forest, lives a creature you wouldn't expect to find swimming through the the trees. We're taking a dive into the murky waters to swim with the Amazon Pink River Dolphin. This animal is beautiful yet mysterious, still alluding researchers to this day. It's also notorious for it's powerful magic that keeps indi…
 
Hey, Tricksters! Misty Upham was a Native American Actress who had fought to overcome stereotypes, type casting, and her own sexual trauma. Tragically, in 2014 her name was added to the list of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn. But, Misty's story does not end here, and it has truly not ended. The family seeks answers from the police department…
 
Hey tricksters! For hundreds of years afrocolombians have organized, fought, and resisted to protect both their land and culture from destruction, while actively resisting and dealing with massive displacement. Join us as we cover the resistance, give details from first hand accounts of being an afrocolombian organizer, and tackle the complex and p…
 
Hey, Tricksters! La Llorona. That's right keep your toes in bed kids, and cheaters repent now or be drowned in rivers...but La Llorona's history is not only of fear and urban legend, but of decades and eras of indigenous culture, religion, the horrific impact of the Spanish Conquistadors on indigenous womxn and children, and ultimately a message a …
 
Hey tricksters! On this episode we ask a generations old question... Are we alone in the universe? Take the deep plunge into deep space as we discuss the long history of "star people", ancient and powerful spirits who have visited us for eons, who have only recently been stripped of their deified position and been demoted into the modern, Hollywood…
 
Hey Tricksters! Have you ever seen an owl? Has one ever followed you home? What would you do? What does it mean? In different cultures around the world, owls have been linked to death, but their connection and the severity of it depends on what native community you ask. Come with us on this journey to explore their culture significance, our persona…
 
Show Notes +Texas Mushrooms Field Guide by Susan Metzler and Van Metzler +Wildflowers of Texas by Michael Eason +Wildflowers of Texas by Geyata Ajilvsgi +Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by James H. Miller and Karl V. Miller +Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Southeastern North America by Seabrooke Leckie +Caterpillars of […] T…
 
Lace and Misty are back with the three time Golden Globe nominated hit sensation podcast, The Candy Kinkdom. After taking time off to fight crime, and punish villains in the name of the moon they have returned to their usual lives of hiding in isolation and trying to be less anxious and more kinky. Despite the long break they are back and ready to …
 
View this post on Instagram It took a long time to not be afraid of spiders. A lot of retraining my brain not to freak out the second I got near one or one touched me and instead to invoke a curious spirit. Would I want this golden orb weaver (Trichonephila clavipes) crawling on me? […] The post A Short Re-Introduction appeared first on The Garden …
 
View this post on Instagram Here’s another neat looking Polygala species, Drumheads (Polygala cruciata)! Can you see those tiny, tubular shapes? The ones in the middle of those petal-like showy, deep pink bracts? Those are the actual flowers! Keep an eye out for these blooms when exploring open, moist-soil habitats. They grow near the ground […] Th…
 
Happy Monday Tricksters! This week we cover a tale with two tragedies- the murder of a child and a man who's fate was sealed the day he was wrongly accused. Join us as we discuss the complexities of race and antiblackness prevalent across Latin America and how they swayed a whole nations' perspective to guilty on a man who's innocence was clear as …
 
The last thing you'd ever want to come across on your way home is a manananggaal. This fearsome spirit is said to use its long tongue to quench on your blood- but that's not even it's most terrifying feature. Go ahead and listen if you'd like- but be warned, this spirit's origins are a little deeper than you'd think. Sources: https://www.pbssocal.o…
 
Hey tricksters! On this week's episode we travel to the northern Inuit village of Kangiqsujuaq to cover the murder of Robert Adams. This sad story covers the harsh realities of mental health issues rampant in indigenous communities, who also suffer extreme negligence from state and federal agencies and lack of access to medicine. How does all of th…
 
Music: “Heat” by Derek Clegg Seeds talked about in this episode: Sunflower ‘Zohar’ Sweet Pea ‘Perennial Blend’ Celosia ‘ Chief Red Flame’ Ageratum ‘Blue Planet’ Plains Coreopsis Poppy ‘Black Swan’ Mustard ‘Red Giant’ Carrot ‘Atomic Red’ Showy Milkweed Common Milkweed Kale ‘Nero Toscana’ Corn ‘Rio Grande Blue’ Native Seeds Carolina Rockrose Halberd-…
 
Hey Tricksters! Since the 1990's there has been a Monster loose in the Bigfeet and Pine Ridge Reservations. Endless cover-ups, and endless suffering for young boys in these reservations due to the monster lurking in their community and doctor's office. This is the Case of Stanley Patrick Weber, a pedophile and pediatrician for the Indian Health Ser…
 
Dog's have been by our sides for thousands of years. But this human-canine bond wasn't always the case- join us as we explore the history of human's relationship with dogs. While their presence helped us survive the difficulties of nomadic life, it also sparked our imaginations on a plethora of ghosts, demons, and spirits that are all to familiar t…
 
From 1960 until 1996, Guatemala was caught in a bloody civil war. Find out the political climate as it lead up to the unthinkable- Genocide against the Maya people. With dates, facts, and recounts from survivors of the war, this episode is heart wrenching in both the events of that occurred and the fact that nearly no one outside of Central America…
 
View this post on Instagram One of my favorite milkweed species is having a real banner year. Large-Flowered Milkweed / Asclepias connivens is not easy to miss, despite its muted coloration. The large, 1inch wide blooms are fairly easy to spot, even in the grassy, wet prairies where they are found. The pale green, comically […] The post Botanical B…
 
Why are the Aboriginal Women of the Northern Territory dying by the droves! Wounded, would like to know. Come with us, as we talk about the murders of Green, Nelson, Coulthard, Bigfoot, Driver, Murphy & Mccormack. And unravel the police negligence & incompetence, the domestic abuse, the racism in the Northern Territory, and the questions of Greg, a…
 
Hey Tricksters, Surprise! Wounded is now a Monday Podcast! So, on today's episode we have the murder of Raggett, an 8 year old Aboriginal boy. In 2007, his body is pulled from a muddy creek with rocks stuffed in his shorts and in between his legs, yet the police rule it an accidental drowning. The family and aboriginal community are shattered. A bo…
 
Have you ever had a bad day after cutting someone off in traffic, or maybe you were late and didn’t hold the elevator, maybe you left a nasty comment, maybe you didn’t wear mask, and maybe you didn’t tip your delivery guy, and you think these things can’t be related, surely karma has bigger things to worry about. And you might be right, but after o…
 
Hey Tricksters! This week we are touching upon Two-Spirits, its meaning, its use in the native community, and the abuse members of this group face in society. Aubrey Dameron, a 26 year old, a Cherokee from Oklahoma Two-Spirit, has been missing since March 9th 2019, a 26 year old two-spirit female who was last seen less than 300 yards from her home.…
 
View this post on Instagram That late morning golden glow on the trail, Christmas lichen, and an orange blaze…ahhh, perfect! The Florida Trail through the Chuluota Wilderness, January 2020. . #floridatrail #orangeblazepodcast #thruhiker #sectionhiker #floridahiking #girlswhohikefl #womenwhohike #chuluotawilderness #bronsonstateforest #sunshinestate…
 
View this post on Instagram It is always rewarding to rise early and witness the morning scenes of nature. This past Sunday I visited Everglades National Park, specifically near Pa-hay-okee Overlook at sunrise. I was fortunate enough to to take in this view of Pond Cypress (Taxodium ascendens) as the sun rose and broke through the clouds while trav…
 
View this post on Instagram One of my favorite of Florida’s native milkweeds (do I say that all the time?); Longleaf Milkweed / Asclepias longifolia is typically found in moist to wet soils, though seems to be adaptable to varying soil pH. This species truly is my fave Florida milkweed (sorry viridis). It is really easy to overlook at just a few fe…
 
View this post on Instagram Nature journal page highlighting just a few of the things I saw on my hike at Econlockhatchee Sandhills a few days ago. A post shared by Kate Dolamore (@thelittlenuthatch) on May 30, 2020 at 1:05pm PDT http://orangeblaze.thegardenpathpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/OB_Ep45_KateDolamore_07032020.mp3 Download Episod…
 
Hey Tricksters! Ever heard footsteps while you are trying to sleep? Ever wake up to your dog barking into the darkness? You might have been visited by...The Little People. Depending on the tribe you ask these might be a blessing, a gift, or a curse. Come a long, as we share our own personal encounters and explain a little history behind these magic…
 
This week we're going to cover the case of Berta Caceres, a Honduran Lenca activist. In April of 2013, Berta and the Rio Blanco Lenca community began their fight against Desa, Sinohydro, and the proposed dam that would've meant the end for their sacred Gualcarque river. Amidst threats, violence, and persecution, the Lenca won. Berta was awarded the…
 
View this post on Instagram Tomato season! . #ediblegarden #heirloomtomatoes #zone9 #houstongarden #htx #mygarden A post shared by Misti Little (@thegardenpathpodcast) on Jun 18, 2020 at 8:09am PDT The post Problem Birds & Deer, Summer Harvests, and the Return of Humidity appeared first on The Garden Path Podcast.…
 
View this post on Instagram Blackberry season is ramping up! . A new podcast episode is out tonight! It’s on the podcast website and Spotify…should be on iTunes soon! Have a listen over the long (US) holiday weekend! . #gardening #blackberries #ediblegarden #houstongarden #gardenpodcast #organicgardening A post shared by Misti Little (@thegardenpat…
 
View this post on Instagram March 15, 2020 And it’s a wrap, well almost. I have about 120 miles up north to reconnect my footsteps back to Jekyll Island, Georgia, just south of Savannah. The plan is to get to Palatka, Florida and reconnect for a continuous ECT via the Long Trail. Let’s go! A post shared by Lil’ Buddha (@lilbuddhahikes) on Mar 17, 2…
 
View this post on Instagram There is something special about being in a wild wide open space as the sun is going down. We had that opportunity on a late day hike at Hal Scott Preserve a couple years ago, and this happened. Pretty amazing since it’s only ten minutes from the airport in Orlando. With more than 15 miles of forest road trails, lots of …
 
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