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Halloween is on it's way and if you're looking for spooky thrills but just can't find the right costume, we feel you! Halloween has been a contant disappointment with it's oversexualized costumes, along with very controversial "cultural costumes". In this episode we bring up the struggle of both aspects from sexism and cultural appropriation that comes with such a popular holiday. And of course Halloween fun facts and silliness. Tune in!
Kick it with Perfect Ego & Baby Doll @ 9pm EDT to discuss Hip-Hop Sexism. In a predominantly male industry, are women treated equally? How low does a female have to go for success in the Hip-Hop world? This show is going to be authentic and hilarious!
While Perfect Ego and Baby Doll give the best of sarcastic satire and disrespectful love tap opinions on current events and juicy gossip, the show focuses on revealing the best of Independent Entertainment as a whole, plays music and interviews the best independent music artists, producers, film directors, models, freelance photographers, writers, actors, etc.
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Ask yourself: Do you discriminate based on sex? Do you stereotype the opposite sex because of something you experienced, heard or simply look for the negative? We've all had bad experiences with those of the opposite sex but do you yet categorized into the following: "women are hoes and men are dogs".
Since women's lib, women have been afforded the opportunity to work in a so called "man's world" and are doing it. But has it cost us relationship? Many of our men are incarcerated, have lost their jobs and some carry "the momma's boy syndrome.. Has that effected the way men deem themselves as the man of the house or the bread winners in the household?
I believe we have work to do in order for neither of the sexes to judge, put down, stereotype, etc... why? because many things are individualized though we have been effected in a genera sense.
Let's talk tonight about Sexism, feminism and chauvinism on Real Talk Radio! We're ready... LET'S GO!
This episode is a unique little feature we like to call The Cocktail Hour where Suzie and Marrie allow their favorite drink to lubricate discussions about relationships, sex and dating! Our topic of choice for this episode is Sexism in the Modern World …a sexy conversation sponsored by a manly man’s drink called...
Blend together 1 ¼ oz of your favourite Scotch Whiskey and ¾ oz of Amaretto and add some ice and mix. This drink is for the man who can really handle their drink like a true Godfather! Just make sure to share it with your favourite woman!
We look forward to having you join us…
and make sure to bring protection!!!
It's been a long and tough week with the Ray Rice saga currently casting a dark cloud over the NFL. After months of mishandling by the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens and the media covering this story, Rice has finally been cut from his now former team and suspended indefinitely by the Commissioner Roger Goodell. Why did it take nearly four months from the original, ludicrous suspension of merely two games for jsutice to be served?
I explain why the NFL, Roger Goodell and multiple reporters throughout the country should be burned at the stake over this insane display of stupidity.
To make matters more detestable, the NBA faces yet another case of organizational racism, this time from general manager of the Atlanta Hawks Danny Ferry. After the Donald Sterling saga, one would hope that the issue of race would no longer harm the landscape of the sport. Sadly, Mr. Ferry and the Hawks proved this week that this is not just an organizational issue, but a league-wide issue.
Even in 2014, women still must fight for equality in the workplace. For instance, women make approximately .$.72 for every dollar that a man makes. Overwhelmingly, women are under-represented in senior management ranks as well as in the role of CEO. Sexism exists, in the workplace, in both the public and the private sectors. Michael and Amirah are excited about discussing this all-important topic with you. It is the first installment in our "Drama in the Workplace" series. Call into 646-716-7031 to listen in or to speak to the hosts!! - Michael and Amirah.
Crucifying due process on a cross of rape allegations; A (black) university president loses his job for giving young women advice on how to avoid sexual assault; Eric "The Red" Holder coached Ferguson residents about “white privilege”; and Federal investigations of the Garner and Brown cases are just a pretext for the nationalization of local law enforcement.
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We always hear about how women fight for equal rights.
Sure, there is a reason for it. Very good reasons, of course. However, women don't necessarily have it harder in all ways, & reverse sexism exists as well.
We talk about that, double standards, hypocricy, and why...if you're a girl, at the very least, you have an easier time getting into any bar, club, party, or event.
Joke aside, this is likely true. : ) We discuss.
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Join us on Lunch & Learn with Chris & Barrett as we welcome our guest, Toy Parker.
Toy is a Modelpreneur, Empowerment Speaker, Creative Content, Marketing and Media Strategist who was recently named one of the top Media Professionals of 2014. She is a former North Carolina spokesmodel for Covergirl, Oil of Olay, Cadillac and other reputable companies. Toy currently ignites the lives of audiences as an emcee, radio, and television host while on the speaking circuit against all odds. Her work over her past 20 years in broadcasting while in the mist of racism, sexism, and even ageism, has been featured on The Word Network, FOX, CBS, ABC, and various radio stations around the world just to name a few. Additionally, Toy's corporate materials created on diversity within the healthcare industry have been featured in publications for Cigna. Her sales and marketing materials created for Hendrick Automotive Group are still used to date for Hendrick Buick Cadillac and GMC.
On Monday night, January 19th, Oprah's network OWN will be present a new documentary by accalimed film director Bill Duke entitled Light Girls. The documentary, like its previously aired counterpart Dark Girls, will explore the various aspects of life and issues that black, light skinned women have faced growing up in the black community. Be sure to catch it on OWN and then call in with your thoughts and feelings about the film and your feelings about the issue of colorism in the black community. 347-215-8933