After the holiday break, we’re back discussing the many ways that toxic masculinity leads to misogynist behavior and the shaming of Black women. We talk about Chris Brown chiming in on the reality of Kehlani’s attempted suicide, Nick Young and D’Angelo Russell’s secret recording scandal, as well as the woman at San Francisco State University who tried talking to a white man about his attempt at locs. In our last segment, we talk the things we’re excited about which includes a photography project, Limitless, of queer Africans.
In this week’s podcast we talk about Amber Rose’s assertion that sex workers confront more scrutiny and criticism than other public figures. In our second segment we talk about Black girls and youth, including the SXSW panel with the First Lady, Michelle Obama. And as usual we end with the things that we’re looking forward to.
In this week’s podcast we discuss the women’s No. 7 in tennis, Maria Sharapova, and her doping scandal, and Kim Kardashian’s newly discovered social media adeptness and the backlash of her nude selfie. We also discuss what the purpose of International Women’s Day is or could be. We end with the things we’re looking forward to.
In this week’s episode we discuss Chris Rock hosting the Academy Awards of 2016, the release of both a poster and trailer of the upcoming Nina Simone biopic starring light-skinned Zoe Saldana in blackface. Our second segment discusses the end of the Melissa Harris-Perry show and all the tea spilt on Twitter. And we end with the things we’re looking forward to.
This week we discuss the campaign for LGBTQ youth #MyStoryOUTLoud and the general changes to organizing that have been brought about through technology, Rihanna’s new video for her single ‘Work’ as well as Adele’s acceptance speech at the BRIT awards. In our second segment, Chantel C sat down with Dr. Nina Burrowes to discuss #FreeKesha and the many facets of sexual assault. And we end with the things that we’re looking forward to.
In this week’s podcast we discuss the 2016 Grammy awards and all of its failings, the perplexed people who didn’t know Hamilton was non-White, the non-backlash over Kendrick Lamar’s performance and the difference to how Beyonce’s Super Bowl performance was received, and more. In our second segment we talk about some of the Black queer women doing great things this week. And as always we end with things making us happy.
In this week’s podcast we discuss the many thoughts, replies and footnotes on Beyonce’s newly released video and single, Formation. We also discuss three activist groups joining forces to promote #BlackWomenMatter. And we end as always with the things that we’re looking forward to.
This week’s podcast discusses Coldplay & Beyonce’s new video and its apparent cultural appropriation, Jussie Smollett’s cover interview in Out magazine as well as the relevance and meaning of Black History Month in 2016. Tune in!
In this week’s podcast we talk booty play and its meaning, the mini-series/documentary, Gaycation produced by Viceland, the phase one resistance initiated by BLS B.L.A.C.K. taking place at Boston Latin high school, and Marley Dias, the 11-year old who has started a book drive to collect 1000 books that have Black females as the main character. In our second segment, Chantel C had the chance to converse with Linda Chavers, author of the now viral article challenging #BlackGirlMagic. As always we conclude with a few things that we’re looking forward to.
This is the extended version of the conversation with Reek Bell from the Black Seed collective. She talks with Denise about the collective’s action on Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday to shutdown the San Francisco Bay Bridge as a part of the #96hours of #ReclaimMLK for #BlackLivesMatter.