In this week’s episode we discuss apologies to and within the queer community, namely made by Kehlani and Joy Ann Reid, as well as Women of Color Times Up Now joining the protest #Mute RKELLY. In our second segment we discuss if it’s okay to process the consequences of Kanye West’s words with humor and to what extent West is helping destigmatize mental illness. As always, we end with the things we’re excited about and looking forward to. Have a listen!
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.