42 Min Released Nov 12, 2018

Mary Lambert: All I Know of Love Is Hunger

Mary Lambert talks about coming out in the church, growing up with a bisexual mom, the highs and lows of Same Love (with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis), and the life-saving importance of talking about your trauma. She describes the radical vulnerability in her book of poetry, Shame Is An Ocean I Swim Across, saying, "There's value in being radically vulnerable because it encourages empathy, and that empathy carries over into connection. Connection is what encourages us to stay alive and be accountable to each other."

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