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Ride It Good: Adventures from México City's Último Vagón

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Ride It Good: Adventures from México City's Último Vagón

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La Siguamonta, a young sexual provocateur living in Mexico City, navigates the cruising scene in the subway’s last wagon. Hatred and bitterness towards the terrible public transport can blossom into naughtiness, rascality and mischief. He hopes to become a goodwill ambassador of el Último Vagón, a cruising spot that has been fading as pinkwashing has normalized gay erotism in the city and as gapps have gained presence. Less Grindr, more Último Vagón is one of La Siguamonta’s sayings. Listen more about his sexcapades and sexnanigans while discussing topics close to the chilango gay subculture!

Latest Episodes

Episode 12: Season Finale

For this season finale La Siguamonta decided to switch it up and make this episode in español with two extra special guests (and Val & La Chispita in the background also) to discuss (if the laughter allows them) recurring topics throughout the season such as how has el Último Vagón evolved, how are complicities built around it, how does it allow for non-sexual interactions and what is the charm, uniqueness and even nostalgia of it. Lots of great anecdotes accompanying, of course. In the hopes that you enjoyed my little tribute to el Último Vagón, I truly thank you for listening to it. It has been a hell of a ride for me to make this podcast and I can frankly say I owe so much to a place that has made me idealistic despite being surrounded by a world that makes me grow pessimist in so many ways. El Último Vagón feels like home indeed to a nomadic and disenchanted immigrant like me. Instagram @lasiguamonta @agathaangustia

65 MINAPR 15
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Episode 12: Season Finale

Episode 11: Close and personal

La Siguamonta uses this episode as a much needed therapy session (can’t afford real therapy, don’t blame me), so here he is rambling about his personal experiences this week with ghosting, straight-entitlement and friendly complicities on el Último Vagón. Despite unfortunate events (like getting ghosted or running into nasty bugas), el Último Vagón has proved itself to be a shelter and a refuge that provides solace and consolation in the face of what one might run up into. That’s why La Siguamonta keeps reaffirming his commitment to el Último Vagón by sharing the word of la entronería. Wagon Jargon -fresearse (verb): to get too picky or selective with the people you get it on with, and the activities you are willing to take on. -arrojo (noun): spunk, assurance, fearlessness, boldness. -buga (noun): pejorative term to name a straight person. Instagram @lasiguamonta

23 MINAPR 9
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Episode 11: Close and personal

Episode 10: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome

How is el Último Vagón a place for novelty to happen?How is keeping the cruising action going a form of undeliberate resistance? How have ultimovagoneros adapted to governmental efforts of ending with the last wagon? For this episode La Siguamonta brings along her friend Juandi to discuss the chance of having happenings on el Último Vagón as a contrast from everyday life which may seem monotonous and like nothing happens. Juandi, a well-humoured cruising lover, shares some of his experiencies and insights on el Último Vagón. Wagon Jargon -Marra (noun): a famous gay bar in the center of México City, it’s almost a tradition. -Aplaudida (noun): someone who is applauded, but it’s like gay lingo (props to Tadi for making it a thing). -Desaplaudida (noun): unaplaudida -Sobreaplaudida (noun): overaplaudida. Instagram @lasiguamonta @srajuan

35 MINAPR 2
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Episode 10: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome

Latest Episodes

Episode 12: Season Finale

For this season finale La Siguamonta decided to switch it up and make this episode in español with two extra special guests (and Val & La Chispita in the background also) to discuss (if the laughter allows them) recurring topics throughout the season such as how has el Último Vagón evolved, how are complicities built around it, how does it allow for non-sexual interactions and what is the charm, uniqueness and even nostalgia of it. Lots of great anecdotes accompanying, of course. In the hopes that you enjoyed my little tribute to el Último Vagón, I truly thank you for listening to it. It has been a hell of a ride for me to make this podcast and I can frankly say I owe so much to a place that has made me idealistic despite being surrounded by a world that makes me grow pessimist in so many ways. El Último Vagón feels like home indeed to a nomadic and disenchanted immigrant like me. Instagram @lasiguamonta @agathaangustia

65 MINAPR 15
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Episode 12: Season Finale

Episode 11: Close and personal

La Siguamonta uses this episode as a much needed therapy session (can’t afford real therapy, don’t blame me), so here he is rambling about his personal experiences this week with ghosting, straight-entitlement and friendly complicities on el Último Vagón. Despite unfortunate events (like getting ghosted or running into nasty bugas), el Último Vagón has proved itself to be a shelter and a refuge that provides solace and consolation in the face of what one might run up into. That’s why La Siguamonta keeps reaffirming his commitment to el Último Vagón by sharing the word of la entronería. Wagon Jargon -fresearse (verb): to get too picky or selective with the people you get it on with, and the activities you are willing to take on. -arrojo (noun): spunk, assurance, fearlessness, boldness. -buga (noun): pejorative term to name a straight person. Instagram @lasiguamonta

23 MINAPR 9
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Episode 11: Close and personal

Episode 10: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome

How is el Último Vagón a place for novelty to happen?How is keeping the cruising action going a form of undeliberate resistance? How have ultimovagoneros adapted to governmental efforts of ending with the last wagon? For this episode La Siguamonta brings along her friend Juandi to discuss the chance of having happenings on el Último Vagón as a contrast from everyday life which may seem monotonous and like nothing happens. Juandi, a well-humoured cruising lover, shares some of his experiencies and insights on el Último Vagón. Wagon Jargon -Marra (noun): a famous gay bar in the center of México City, it’s almost a tradition. -Aplaudida (noun): someone who is applauded, but it’s like gay lingo (props to Tadi for making it a thing). -Desaplaudida (noun): unaplaudida -Sobreaplaudida (noun): overaplaudida. Instagram @lasiguamonta @srajuan

35 MINAPR 2
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Episode 10: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome

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