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GM5M

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The #GM5M podcast is where Scarz & Eli speak their raw and honest thoughts. Growing up Black in the UK comes with alot of unwritten rules and expectations and these are the topics they like to discuss head on every Sunday. The unique part of the podcast is that anyone can say “Give Me 5 Minutes” at any point, the timer starts and that person has 5 minutes to speak uninterrupted.
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Welcome to Militantly Mixed, the fearless podcast exploring race and identity from the Mixed-Race perspective. Join irreverently insightful host, Sharmane Fury, on a journey of self-discovery, empowerment, and celebration. "Be Your Mixed Ass Self" as we delve into the complexities of being Mixed-Race, sharing personal narratives, tackling social justice issues, and celebrating the beauty of cultural diversity. Join the vibrant community of Militantly Mixed listeners who challenge norms, brea ...
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Rosie has some stuff to talk about! Families come in all forms. What was your idea of family growing up? Is it different from what you envisioned? Fostering, adopting...saving one child at a time...that's this season's theme. Rosie had the honor and pleasure to be introduced to Marci...one amazing woman who witnessed her grandmother foster children and decided to do the same. It's her passion, her gift to the world. She takes us on her emotional journey, eloquently detailing the ins and outs ...
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Follow Carmen and Mikayla as they educate themselves, and in turn, you as well! The topics will range from silly to serious, and FUN PART, YOU can recommend topics! DM us on Instagram @interracialpodcast, or email us at interracialpodcast@gmail.com if you have an idea for a topic of discussion! Thank ya for listening!
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A feed from the Slate podcast network featuring episodes with enlightening conversations, opposing views, and plenty of healthy disputes. You'll get a curated selection of episodes from programs like What Next, The Waves, and the Political Gabfest, with deep discussions that go beyond point-counterpoint and shed light on the issues that matter most.
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Welcome to "Urban Whispers: The LaCie Knight Chronicles", where the reality and nuances of street love and interracial love meet the power of storytelling. Host LaCie Knight takes you straight to the heart of things, where romance isn’t just a fairytale but a vital part of life’s struggles and triumphs. We’re more than just a podcast; we’re a community diving into deep conversations with authors who portray the essence of love, engaging with readers who’ve lived these realities, and deliveri ...
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The podcast that explores the beautiful, heartbreaking and nuanced stories of interracial dating. Two women of color share their thoughts and experiences about interracial dating. Your hosts Nkechi Njaka and Myisha Battle tackle complicated topics from what it's like for women of color to online date to how pop culture represents interracial relationships.
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Each relationship is unique with its own special joys and challenges. Cera and Matthew explore love, life, money, and cultural and racial differences. Here we shine a light on what works, what doesn't, and how to enjoy this crazy journey we call love and life.
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This is a podcast that discusses swinging and the lifestyle of mixed couples, mainly black men and white, Hispanic and Asian women but its really a podcast for all swingers, young and old of any race. Topics discussed, hopefully will enlighten and inform all listeners who are interested in discussing the lifestyle from a mixed couple perspective. We need a voice about our passion as it pertains to swinging!
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Hear Me Out is Slate's destination for tough, topical discussions with integrity, and without cliches. Join host Celeste Headlee and a guest each week for a smart, fair debate on issues that matter.
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That Couple! Podcast

Seanna and LaShana Tucker-Lewis

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That Couple! is a podcast about navigating life as a nerdy, interracial, lesbian couple. It explores and celebrates the differences within one couple while also offering advice and discussing the challenges that come with being in an interracial lesbian couple in today's society.
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Know Better Do Better (formerly The Changemaker) makes it easy for you to get informed and stay informed. It's hosted by Marie Beecham, a writer and speaker who has shared her fresh take on antiracism with millions. Her unique point of view will draw you in and send you off better equipped and inspired to make a difference. Interesting, insightful episodes on racial equity every Tuesday and Thursday.
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The Interracial Jawn

The Chonilla Network

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An interracial couple discusses pop culture, tv, movies and current events from their unique perspectives as a very white guy and a mostly black woman. Hosted by @LeslieMac & @VeryWhiteGuy Get social and interact via: Visit: http://interracialjawn.com/ TW: https://twitter.com/InterracialJawn IG: https://www.instagram.com/InterracialJawn/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/interracialjawn/ The #TheJawn is part of The Chonilla Network. Creating a diverse podcast collective of like-minded content cre ...
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We are Genuinely Out Actively Lifting Society (G.O.A.L.S.). We are here to advance society & culture thru awareness, education, resources, our unique perspective, as well as captivating interviews with a multitude of guests. Looking for something new and fresh? Want to find your voice or what you can do to make your life experience have an impact? Join us on our journey so we can lift society... together...
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Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 6-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss the issues that confront multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races).
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Welcome to the Venus Cuckoldress Podcast - a place to learn all things cuckolding for the curious, the passionate, and the sexually empowered woman who wants it all. Venus explores the ​real​ meaning of this beautiful relationship dynamic and shares her personal stories, sexy ideas, and helpful tips for singles and couples who want to navigate the cuckolding lifestyle. It’s seductive, provocative, and ​always​ informative! Visit her matchmaking service for either loving cuckolding or FLR rel ...
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Lonely Diamond is a brand new podcast brought to you by Philly and CJ, as they explore their modern world through the lens of their lives and experiences, as they Parent Without a Village. Join Philly and CJ as they take you down a journey filled with beauty, sadness, love, devastation, triumph and joy as they learn how to be a Lonely Diamond. Subscribe now where ever you get your podcasts. The first episode drops February 5th.
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Press Next is a weekly film entertainment podcast dedicated to giving you a fix in a way that sounds like you’re sitting around talking about shows and movies with your best friends. Not only discussing why we love films but how they apply in real life. Through the Press Next Club, fans are able to contribute to the podcast and help us make more and better episodes. In return, a PNC membership unlocks exclusive content and rewards like bonus episodes, The Press Next Box, exclusive merch, fir ...
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Love Sweat Life

TJ and Cory Hines

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Everyone struggles with relationships, health and some days, just living life. Join retired Naval officer, certified personal trainer and Engineer, TJ Hines and his wife Cory, a teacher, artist and certified nutrition coach, as they delve into the complexities of navigating life together as a fitness minded blended, interracial family. If you want to hear what love, fitness and life have in common and don't, do not miss an episode.
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Relate Right is a podcast dedicated to exploring the multifaceted world of relationships. Our goal is to offer insightful tips, expert advice, and meaningful value to everyone who tunes into our channel, enriching their understanding of interpersonal connections.
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The Slate Race and Identity feed features new episodes from a variety of shows in the Slate podcast network. From One Year, to What Next, to A Word...With Jason Johnson and more, you’ll get informative and thoughtful reporting and analysis on the many ways race and identity shape the world around us.
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Hosted by Jeanine Amapola, a Texas-born YouTuber, speaker, author, and influencer whose authentic and positive content has captivated over 2.7 million followers across all her platforms. Whether you’re searching for advice, Christian content, a friend, or just a genuine conversation, this podcast will be sure to help you on your journey of becoming happier and healthier! Join Jeanine to hear a candid conversation on topics from her personal experiences, dating, faith, health, trending topics ...
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The Swirl World Podcast

The Swirl World.com Podcast focuses on interracial and intercultural dating

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Entertaining, informative, inspiring and educational conversations with Swirlers - men and women involved in interracial and intercultural relationships, specifically dating and marriage. We celebrate diversity in the human experience. TheSwirlWorld.com hosts Michelle Matthews Calloway and Adrienne London Leach feature guests discussing topics of interest on dating, marriage, parenting, entrepreneurship, business, education, health and everything in between. The Swirl World: Interracial. Div ...
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The Slate Daily feed includes new episodes from more than 30 shows in the Slate Podcast Network. You'll get thought provoking analysis, storytelling, and commentary on everything from news and politics to arts, culture, technology, and entertainment. Discover new shows you never knew you were missing.
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Simple Families

Denaye Barahona Ph.D.

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Simple Families offers solutions for living well with children. In this show, we focus on child behavior, positive parenting, family wellness, and decreasing the mental load. As a Mama with a doctorate in Child Development, Denaye’s perspectives are grounded in research, but more importantly real life.
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Blacktivities

Shannon Chatmon, Talisa Hale, and Karen Roberts Grissom

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Blacktivities connects black America’s past to the present with the perfect balance of silly meets serious while engaging in thought-provoking and sometimes nostalgic conversations for the culture. Shannon, Lisa, and Karen prove that the black female is not a monolith as they offer their perspectives on living while black in America.
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Emmy-nominated writer/performer Kimberly Ming, explores conversations about mixed-race identity and multiculturalism with the mission to bridge cultural gaps and advance our worldwide community. Ming grew up in Colorado as an 'only' being a Chinese and Puerto Rican woman. She forges relationships across color and cultural lines with the mission to bridge cultural gaps and create a space for belonging. Follow this podcast on instagram @mixdgen + Kimberly Ming @kimberly.ming Email: kimberlesa@ ...
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Welcome to the People’s Historians Podcast from the Zinn Education Project. In light of the popularity of our online mini-classes centered around teaching the Black Freedom Struggle, we’ve converted our online sessions to a podcast with the hope of increasing the teaching of Black lives in the classroom and beyond.
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Lunchroom Chatter podcast. Brutually honest podcast where I cover everything; from love, relationships, infidelity and so much more. I will always cover the weekly trends in music and entertainment so if your favorite celeb is out here making mistakes; you best believe I will tackle the topic, along with occasional friends joining me. Lunchroom chatter podcast will be available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and everywhere else you stream. Follow me on Instagram at @lunchroomchatterpod Support t ...
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Heathen and the Hedge

Heathen and the Hedge

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Heathen and the Hedge is a podcast about marriage, magic and beyond! Our hosts consist of married couple Shay, Chance and their friend Mariam who will be covering topics of the magical, mundane and macabre. We talk about current topics, our beliefs, life experiences, and world views both optimistic and otherwise. This trio offers mind bending thoughts, and dark humor to the core of the their witty banter and entertaining discussions. With comedy and satirical humor, this podcast is filled wi ...
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TAGSPODCAST aka Talk About Gay Sex podcast is a bi-weekly show celebrating it's 6th year of podcasting about gay sexuality with host Steve V, and Co-hosts Kodi Maurice Doggette, Jeremy Ross Lopez and Lincoln along with special guests. Every Tuesday we break down hot gay sex topics and every Thursday we drop another episode that was recorded live the previous evening on Crowdcast. We feature special guests who share their expertise or story. @tagspodcast on all social media or visit: tagspodc ...
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On a new TAGSPODCAST, Host Steve V and Co-hosts Jeremy Ross Lopez and Kodi Maurice Doggette are back with all new hot LGBTQ topics, sex and relationship advice and more: Kodi is blocked from porn site in Kansas? Ricky and Madonna! Don Lemon's marriage - who was on the guest list...? Joel Kim Booster says he wants his hookups to let him know in adva…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: amore, but make it anti-racist. Honoring interracial marriage has only been the law of the land for a few decades in this country; there are couples alive today whose relationships were illegal within their lifetimes. There are now more mixed-race couples – and children – in the U.S. than ever before, and interrac…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: amore, but make it anti-racist. Honoring interracial marriage has only been the law of the land for a few decades in this country; there are couples alive today whose relationships were illegal within their lifetimes. There are now more mixed-race couples – and children – in the U.S. than ever before, and interrac…
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Today we bring on Josh and Savannah Alexander, YouTubers, Podcasters, and TikTokers, to talk about Battling Depression, Showing their kids on Social Media, Being an Interracial Couple, Christian HotTakes, confidence, their dating story, and more! We love this couple! They are godly, honest, and funny! We hope you enjoy today's episode and learning …
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Never forget this: you can't change people who don't want to. In This Episode, we discuss Interracial couples in Australia, narcissistic men, healthy vs. toxic jealousy, depression battle, addiction, and more... 🚀 SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScfgqevPLp4jFs2CGcStWpbb2NxskJT-3OIX94uDLBLyGbfqg/viewform?usp=sf_link 🔶 …
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John Dickerson talks with author David E. Sanger about his new book, New Cold Wars. They discuss how Russia and China came to reach their new levels of power, the role the Middle East and Obama Administration played in all of this, and more. Tweet us your questions @SlateGabfest or email us at gabfest@slate.com. (Messages could be quoted by name un…
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On today’s episode, Rachelle and Candice answer listener questions about the rapid rise of Donghua Jinlong, a Chinese company that manufactures glycine. Over the past few weeks, paradoxically deadpan and impassioned videos about the high quality of Donghua Jinlong’s products have taken over TikTok. Are teens actually consuming industrial grade chem…
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This week: Elon Musk wants his colossal, court-blocked pay package, and Tesla’s board wants to give it to him. Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers also chat with Alicia Montgomery, current Slate audio VP and veteran of NPR, to discuss what is — and isn’t — behind NPR’s troubles. Also: inflation is high, but does the Fed really need to cu…
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Get your tickets for Amicus Live in Washington DC here. The first criminal trial of Donald Trump is finally here. This week, hundreds of possible jurors filed through Judge Juan Merchan’s courtroom in lower Manhattan. The selection process was a preview of some of the challenges and pitfalls in the first ever criminal trial of a sitting or former P…
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In this episode, Bassey Ikpi (New York Times bestselling essay collection, I’m Telling the Truth but I’m Lying) joins Prudie (Jenée Desmond-Harris) to answer letters from readers about an international sisters’ trip gone awry, a husband’s struggle to live with his wife’s mental health issues, and an uncomfortable situation between coworkers. If you…
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Nostalgia for the 1990s is everywhere, and for a generation of African Americans, perhaps nothing symbolizes the fun of that decade more than Freaknik. A sprawling days-long festival of all the good –and bad– of spring break behavior, at its height, Freaknik drew tens of thousands of partiers each year from around the country to Atlanta. So why did…
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Tesla’s market cap has dropped. The company had its biggest round of layoffs ever. The Cybertruck doesn’t seem to be taking off. And Elon’s posting through it. Is Tesla in serious trouble? Guest: Dana Hull, Bloomberg reporter and contributor to the podcast Elon, Inc. Want more What Next TBD? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to th…
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Nostalgia for the 1990s is everywhere, and for a generation of African Americans, perhaps nothing symbolizes the fun of that decade more than Freaknik. A sprawling days-long festival of all the good –and bad– of spring break behavior, at its height, Freaknik drew tens of thousands of partiers each year from around the country to Atlanta. So why did…
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This week, Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz discuss Donald Trump’s first criminal trial and the Supreme Court argument on a criminal charge related to another Trump case and talk with The Atlantic’s Mark Leibovich about his profile of Governor Gavin Newsom. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Norman Eisen for CNN…
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On this episode: Elizabeth, Lucy and Jamilah answer questions from our Slate Parenting Facebook group about using marijuana as a mom. As 4/20 approaches, we decided there was no better time to tackle big-picture questions about substance use… and practical stuff too, like where to hide your stash with kids in the house. We’ll also debrief with a ro…
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On a new TAGS LIVE aka Talk About Gay Sex the live edtition, Host Steve V and Co-host Kodi Maurice Doggette are back with all new hot LGBTQ topics, sex and realationship advice and more in front of a live virtual audience: Are we losing our gay slang to white girls? Is hugging between two guys, grinding and kissing on the cheek gay? Grindr introduc…
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There's so much confusion surrounding what critical race theory is and what it isn't. Critical race theory is misrepresented by those who oppose it and misunderstood by those who embrace it. In this episode, I clear away that confusion so you can confidently answer the question: What is critical race theory, really? Related episodes: CRT's Most Lov…
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Man-made per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known as PFAS, are found in all sorts of industrial and consumer products, including carpets, rain jackets, and makeup. They’re also in our drinking water—and in our blood. The EPA has recently announced plans to regulate the amount of certain PFAS in our water supply. But will these rules do enough to …
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For this week’s episode of Working Overtime, hosts Ronald Young Jr. and Isaac Butler examine a listener’s question about tackling the stickiest aspects of collaborating on a creative project. Both hosts have had their fair share of nightmare scenarios, but they agree that some of the best practices for collaborating involve having frank conversatio…
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RELATIONSHIP HEALING!!!! Your favorite indie host dives into a multitude of aspects related to the dating scene in 2024. Saraiyah stops by the Lunchroom and we get into relationship healing, PTSD, knowing when to take time to better yourself, catfishing and MORE. ENJOY and as always, SHARE the podcast on all platforms. --- Send in a voice message: …
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April is Autism Acceptance Month, and how we’ve come to understand autism has evolved over the past several decades. For years, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was thought of as something that needed to be cured. Through better data and years of activism, that misunderstanding is changing. On this week’s episode of Well, Now we discuss that evolutio…
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This week Bryan talks to writer Neil J. Young about his new book Coming Out Republican: A History of the Gay Right. They dig into some of the inherent contradictions of the Gay Right and the pillars of their political strategy and reveal how central whiteness and maleness is to their politic. Podcast production by Palace Shaw. Learn more about your…
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Candice Lim is joined by We Signed An NDA co-host Ann Maddox, who you may know as Tom Sandoval’s former personal assistant. In March 2023, Maddox was teaching improv to a middle school in Japan when she found out Sandoval and his then-girlfriend Ariana Madix had split. At first, Maddox assumed this was simply routine tabloid fodder, which often pla…
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On this week’s show, Slate culture writer (and Very, Very Good Friend of the Show, a.k.a. VVGFOP) Nadira Goffe sits in for Dana Stevens. The three begin with Civil War, writer-director Alex Garland’s (Ex Machina, Annihilation, Men) dystopian travelog starring Kirsten Dunst, Cailee Spaeny, and Wagner Moura that imagines a burned out, bombed out Amer…
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How will impending abortion restrictions in Florida and Arizona impact votes this fall? Guests: Anna Hochkammer, executive director of the Florida Women’s Freedom Coalition. Grace Panetta, political reporter for The 19th. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next family and across all your favor…
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How will impending abortion restrictions in Florida and Arizona impact votes this fall? Guests: Anna Hochkammer, executive director of the Florida Women’s Freedom Coalition. Grace Panetta, political reporter for The 19th. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next family and across all your favor…
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On a new TAGSPODCAST aka Talk About Gay Sex podcast, Host Steve V and Co-hosts Lincoln and Kodi Maurice Doggette are back with all new hot LGBTQ topics, sex and relationship advice and more: Lincoln updates us on Salty Pretzel Billy Porter gets the keys to the Miami for Pride plus he gives an impactful speech we all need! Someone created a new flag…
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In this episode, I'm answering questions I've received from all of you! We cover a bunch of important topics: How do I really focus on combatting systemic racism? Am I guilty of cultural appropriation without even realizing it? I know we should engage in tough disagreements, but where do we draw the line? Listen up and learn a whole lot. Related ep…
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WE ARE BACK WITH ANOTHER EPISODE OF "What Men REALLY think!!" with MORE juicy questions... Kaleb and Jeanine answer your questions you submitted on what MEN really think! Kaleb takes a deep dive into the male brain and leaves it all on the table. He answers questions like.. - Lust - Do men want a stay at home wife? - Why don't they commit? - When d…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: blaze it. Ahead of the honorary stoner holiday that is 4/20, we’re taking a look at the marijuana landscape. Public opinion has warmed considerably to legal weed in the past few decades – both medicinal and recreational – even though it remains a Schedule 1 drug on the federal level. But some public health experts…
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Patric Gagne says being a sociopath is like having an emotional learning disability. In this episode, she talks about the good and the bad of having limited access to shame and guilt, how she overcame violent compulsions, and becoming a wife and mother. Death, Sex & Money is now produced by Slate! To support us and our colleagues, please sign up fo…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: blaze it. Ahead of the honorary stoner holiday that is 4/20, we’re taking a look at the marijuana landscape. Public opinion has warmed considerably to legal weed in the past few decades – both medicinal and recreational – even though it remains a Schedule 1 drug on the federal level. But some public health experts…
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“Doing the work” is a phrase often heard when talking about racial justice. We heard it a lot after the death of George Floyd in 2020. And we need to continue talking about it—but there’s an important aspect of “the work” that’s been missing. On this episode of How To!: Courtney Martin brings in Garrett Bucks, author of The Right Kind of White and …
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Five years ago, tech investor Ben Horowitz of Andreessen Horowitz bet our own Felix Salmon a 100-year-old bottle of wine that 10% of Americans would be using Bitcoin to pay for something by now. Ben lost, of course, but he’s ready to double down with a new digital wager! He and partner Chris Dixon discuss the past and present of crypto, blockchain,…
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Over the weekend Iran fired flocks of missiles and drones towards Israel, but the damage was minimal. What role did Israel’s new network of regional allies play in tamping down the attack? —and how committed to war was Iran to begin with? Guest: Graeme Wood, staff writer at The Atlantic. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-fre…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: blaze it. Ahead of the honorary stoner holiday that is 4/20, we’re taking a look at the marijuana landscape. Public opinion has warmed considerably to legal weed in the past few decades – both medicinal and recreational – even though it remains a Schedule 1 drug on the federal level. But some public health experts…
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Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin, discuss the death of O.J. Simpson and everything his life and his murder trial dredged up. They’re also joined by Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports for a breakdown of the NBA playoffs. O.J. Simpson's legacy (2:05): Reckoning with the meaning of O.J. NBA Playoffs (23:45): Breaking down the upcoming playof…
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On this episode: Elizabeth sits down with Jess Daylover and her metamour, Ash, of the Remodeled Love podcast, to talk all things polyamory and parenting. There are a lot of misconceptions out there about what polyamory is and isn’t — so we think you’ll love hearing about how it works as a parenting co-op. We’ll also share a round of recommendations…
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On this episode: Elizabeth sits down with Jess Daylover and her metamour, Ash, of the Remodeled Love podcast, to talk all things polyamory and parenting. There are a lot of misconceptions out there about what polyamory is and isn’t — so we think you’ll love hearing about how it works as a parenting co-op. We’ll also share a round of recommendations…
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Donald Trump is appearing in court today as a criminal defendant. Why did this case take so long to go to trial, and what’s at stake for the former president? Guest: Jeremy Stahl, jurisprudence editor at Slate. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next family and across all your favorite Slate p…
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This week, host Isaac Butler talks to Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist for the New York Philharmonic. In the interview, Anthony describes his weekly routine, which includes practicing lots of different pieces at any given time, rehearsing, and playing multiple shows per week. He also talks about his meditation practice, his ability to play and…
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