Los Angeles, CA - Released today on sex-positive podcast, Sluts & Scholars, co-host Nicoletta Heidegger interviews drag superstar Jackie Beat. Today from 2-3pm PST, Sluts & Scholars will also debut its first weekly live show on Vivid’s Sirius XM Channel 415.
“Jackie Beat is hilarious, smart, and fabulous,” said Nicoletta Heidegger. “Her comedy smartly challenges issues throughout time; no matter what people say, Jackie exudes confidence and reminds us all how creative and powerful 'freaks' can be. I feel so grateful to have been introduced to her by the amazing and equally talented, Catherine D'Lish.”
In the episode, How to Ruin Already Horrible Songs with Jackie Beat, she shares honest advice on how humor is healing, how to own yourself and cope with bullying, and how to love your own body. This episode of Sluts & Scholars is now available for download on iTunes and Spotify. Visit SlutsandScholars.com for more information.
Drag superstar Jackie Beat has been entertaining audiences across the U.S. and Europe for over 25 years with her razor-sharp comedy and song parodies. Her one-woman show “Jackie Beat Is A Whole Lotta Love” ran a record 18 months at NYC’s premier cabaret, Fez, and she returns to The Big Apple every year with her award-winning holiday show as part of her sold-out national holiday tour. Follow her on Twitter @Jackiebeat.
Nicoletta Heidegger is the founder and co-host of the popular Sluts & Scholars podcast where she discusses sex, dating, current affairs, politics, and more. Past guests include Dita Von Teese, Nina Hartley, Jessica Drake, Blair Williams, Hudsy Hawn, Dr. David Ley, and most recently Sasha Grey. She is also a registered Marriage and Family Therapy Associate based in LA and hosts a YouTube series called Staying On Top where she shares the latest sex facts, education, and research.
In addition to her podcast and work as a therapy associate, Heidegger has contributed to The Stanford Daily, Vice, Playboy Radio’s Swing with Holli & Michael, Rebecca Zahler’s Don’t Waste Your Pretty podcast, Karen Lee Poter’s Sex Talk with My Mom, Dr. Wendy Walsh, and The Positive Results Corporation.