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Episode 100: In Retrospect – I Wish That I Knew What I Know Now…

Happy 100th EPISODE! We made it! Thank you all for listening and joining us on this crazy journey. This ep we take a trip down memory lane, give shouts to our guests, and we replay THE AND! Also our actual topic: What were some of the things people told you when you were younger about life / love / sex / relationships? Did those things live up to the hype? Have those “Pearls of Wisdom” from Your Youth held their weight in Adulthood? Tune in and celebrate with us!  Continue reading

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Episode 73: Interracial Relationships & “The Black Experience”: Should You Marry Someone That May Not Understand Your Struggle?

On Episode 22, we talked about the general tropes of the topic of interracial relationships, but in this episode we go deeper. A video recently made its way across the internet and launched a hot debate all across the World Wide Web and even made its way onto network TV for further debating. Can a white woman ever understand the struggles of her black man? It was a great question posed, but an even greater question to try to answer. On the show is a couple who are no strangers to the topic of race, identity and struggle. It was great listening to their stories and informing us that life, especially for an interracial couple, is anything but just black & white.  Continue reading

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Episode 22: It’s Not So Black & White – Interracial Relationships

It’s a full house on this episode. 4 voices with 4 different opinions on a heavy subject even in this day and age. We discuss how 2 of us constantly date outside our race, one who sticks to their own, and one who ventured out but came back home and has been loving it! Plus, we dabble in the age old question… how black/white are you “really”? Awww man, yeah… we went there.  Continue reading

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The Quest Within, Pt 2: Acceptance

There’s a slight misconception throughout society that I’d like to discuss. Whether it’s in TV, movies, or literature, it’s commonly portrayed that women are the only ones that pine for that ‘one person’ to notice them. Thankfully movies like The Girl Next Door, Superbad, & Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, show that guys also share in the ‘fight for acknowledgement’ though to different degrees. Whereas the female in question wants to end up with her beau and live happily ever after, the male in question just wants to be noticed. Period.  Continue reading

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