Over the last decade, the younger generation is starting to vocalize different parts of our Blackness that are either backward or do not really reflect who we are in a positive light. We discuss if this movement is headed in the right direction or not.
So many people have this misconception of the happily ever after. People are searching for the perfect relationship and partnership, with jaded eyes, leading to the demise of relationships early on as they do not live up to our expectations.
This episode is about how society always tries to portray what is appropriate beauty for the black woman. We will be including a Like chalk & cheese fan to this podcast episode, to hear their insights on why society continues to prescribe unattainable goals of beauty for us all.
In this episode we take a deep dive into human sexuality and the exploration of our bodies as well as our partner’s bodies.
In this discovery of our bodies and what pleases us, we may sometimes come across situations that make us uncomfortable & this is when it is necessary to have honest conversations with one another about our limits by introducing safe words.
This episode looks at gender roles in relationships and if they Make or Break relationships.
We look at circumstances where traditional roles can make it harder or easier for different relationships.
We also look at how social norms may stunt individuals from being able to share their unique characteristics, stay true to their own socio-sexual preferences and self-determine their own behaviour in relationships.
Sex, by nature is something we shy away from naturally.
People tend to blush when they are talking about their sex lives or avoid talking about sex with friends or family.
Our sex lives are something very private and so when we try to go past basic sex “partners being intimate” and start diving deep into other waters such as self pleasure, majority of people like to then bring religion, christianity to be exact into the mix, and ascertain that this is in fact a sin and should not be done if you are trying to be a holy version of yourself.
This episode looks at the confusion the world has brought upon the word “broke”. People talk about being broke as if it is a disgusting disease that should be shunned and that when one is “broke” they should be ashamed of that status.
We look at circumstances that lead to the majority of black men being broke and why sometimes it is due to systematic social cultural dissociation, and a lack of employment in the world.
This therefore leads to women avoiding the so-called broke black man, and chasing after “the provider” instead.