This podcast features the debut of Lady Sophia de Venezia of Meridies, a recap of this year’s Gulf Wars, and an idea for discussion: courtesan “types”.
Find out more about the marvelous gentle taking up the heavy task of managing our scripts and scheduling guests. We cover the amazing things the Knowne World Courtesans did at this year’s Gulf Wars and our plans for the future. Then we move on to an interesting idea that Lady Sophia presents for discussion. Find out about the five types of courtesans she sees people taking on and how such an idea can be helpful while you’re figuring out who your courtesan persona is going to be.
The linen sale ended, but it’s still great fabric if you’re looking to make some garb. Maybe dye it with period dyes to learn more about how clothing was made?
I’m incredibly pleased to say that we’ve exceeded our second goal to assist Sayyida Laila with getting a new wheelchair. We’re pressing on, however, because we’re hoping to get her something motorized. If you have anything you can contribute, even a few dollars, it would be so appreciated. As you’ve heard in this episode, Laila is a treasure among the Knowne World Courtesans and it’s our pleasure to help support one of our own.
Let us know what YOU think of the 5 courtesan ‘types’ Lady Sophia has identified by leaving us a message at 440-4WHORES. ♥
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Our next episode is coming out on 4/24 and will have a discussion with Magistra Lucretia Marcella about getting yourself into Roman garb. If you just can’t wait, early access to the episode will be available on our Patreon for $5 and up patrons. <3
Mastermind: Evanne Floyd (Lucretia Lepida/Gwlados Vachan)
Sound Engineering: Wyatt Lee Updyke
Script Manager: Kate DuVall (Sophia Berkeley)
- Intro Music: The King of Denmark’s Galliard, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen. Sounds provided by ZapSplat and AmbientMixer.
- Courtesan Theatre: Concerto for 2 Trumpets in C major, RV. 537 (Rondeau arr.) – I. Allegro, written by Antonio Vivaldi. Performed by Michel Rondeau. Provided by MusOpen. Mistress Nichols Almand, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen. Nani-Nani. Performed by Sayyida Laila al-Sanna’ al-Andalusiyya.
Edited with Audacity.