Feminist shock jocks Gale Mayness and the Victator go off the rails and offend everyone they know while talking about sex, relationships, queerness, trans stuff, heteroshit, and general mayhem.

Livin’ and Lovin’ in NYC records and streams live on internet radio station kpiss.fm the first Saturday of every month at 2 p.m. Eastern time (subject to change). Episodes can also be found on our main page, iTunes, Stitcher, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

Want to tell us we suck or that we’re awesome? Email the Victator at sluttyforalesbian@gmail.com or reach all of us via webform. You can also follow us on Facebook.


Sarah Clyne Sundberg aka Gale Mayness (cohost) is the pinko queer of your dreams. She’s been a journalist and writer of various kinds since her last year of high school and enjoys running to unwind and training MMA for the consensual violence. If you’re curious about her work outside of this podcast check out sarahclynesundberg.com.

Victoria Davis aka the Victator (creator, cohost) is an underemployed homoflexible lesbian, who was born and raised in New York City. She likes baseball and Guinness and believes that “your mom” is the best counterpoint to any argument. One morning she woke up to the realization that her vagina’s name is Georgia and she hasn’t looked back. She will maybe be friends with you on Facebook.

Laura Jean Moore aka NuBritt (creator, executive producer, former cohost) is a bisexual lady about town whom the Victator claims “has multiple secret lives.” The truth of this statement is not in dispute. She was born and raised in Georgia, ran off to Portland, Oregon, then bounced to New York City. She is currently traveling around while managing her life from a laptop named Sophia. She is suspicious of most things. Check out all her goings on at laurajeanmoore.com.

Isaac Fornarola (former cohost) is a writer in Brooklyn, NY. He’s the founder and editor of the blog Flux Weekly.



16 thoughts on “ABOUT

  1. How about a videocast. It would be much more interesting to see you guys while listening to you. Also, as hetero I find the word “queer” offensive as a term for homosexuals. Why do you want to be thought of as “strange”? Isn’t that just perpetuating a negative image. Thanks

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    1. Hey, Geoffrey. We’re pretty comfortable in podcast form. Though I for one think we’re all hotties, I hate being in front of a camera. Regarding the use of “queer,” it’s been in mainstream use as an umbrella term for the LGB (sometimes T)+ community for some time. While historically it meant “strange,” it’s been reappropriated and celebrated!

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  2. O.K. queer it is. Enjoy. As for the camera, fight it as much as you want I know that eventually that’s where you guys will end up.


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