More details about Cassie & Diddy's relationship have recently been revealed with regards to his alleged controlling behavior, SA and more. In this mini episode, Margo & Tashira discuss the reasons that survivors stories are all so different, and why some need more time than others to come forward, if they come forward at all.
Margo & Tashira join for a mini, short-form, rapid response episode to the recent news surrounding Cassandra Ventura, who recently sued Sean "Diddy" Combs under New York's Adult Survivors Act. The law gives victims of sexual abuse who were 18 or older at the time of the abuse a one-year window to file civil suits. The window closed on November 23, 2023.
In this episode about the Soft Life, Margo and Tashira discuss the complexities of creating a self-care community for Black women online. Does living the Soft Life require lots of disposable income? Is it exclusionary based upon socioeconomic status? How is white privilege inherently synonymous with living the Soft Life?
In this episode, Margo and Tashira explore the dualities of joy and grief. How can life be so great and challenging simultaneously? The hosts discuss discovering how to hold space for both at a Big age.
What’s the best and worst advice you’ve been given throughout the years? Today, we’re tackling this topic while also sharing thoughts on the recent Torey Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion documentary.
We're responding to negative social media comments and exploring the rise of comment culture. How did it start? What's constructive feedback versus trolling? Why do we have the impulse to engage in content with which we disagree?
Margo and Tashira speak with Amanda Hunter, Executive Director of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, about the challenges women face in politics. They explore data behind women's electability, the power of local elections and rampant stereotypes across political parties. Overall, Amanda lays out a plan to get more women into elected office.