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WHAT IS EPISODIC?




What is Episodic? Episodic is where we highlight specific episodes from podcasters. Particularly, we highlight episodes that are either informative, offers a voice or a new perspective that isn't quite popular.





While our society has made strides when it comes to the LGBTQIA+ community, there are still greater strides to be seen and heard. The Hey Girl Hey Podcast led by Lashawn Tipton, Gerri Tipton & Kiki Brown, were joined by a trans couple who discussed what life is like existing in a world that still somewhat exhibits a phobia when it comes to the LGBTQIA+ community. In addition to the couple providing a lens into their lives, they also dispel myths, and fallacies of being trans in America. Check out this episode on "Hey Girl Hey Podcast (May 23)







The topic of mental health and the importance thereof, amongst certain communities of color is still in it's infant stages. However, there are individuals who are from these communities who are boldly, and unapologetic-ally creating safe spaces to discuss and bring the topic of mental health to the forefront. Kierra, host of For Realness Sake podcast, brought in author Coco Roberts who shared her mental health journey. And, provided strategies in which she applied when dealing with suicide, and what she coined as the Triple D's, depression, divorce and domestic Violence. To find out more about Coco Roberts, tune into the For Realness Sake Podcast installment entitled "Triple D's: Depression, Divorce & Domestic Violence by clicking the caption under the image.



Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)





How many times have women heard, that you can't do what a man can do? And, how many times have women heard that you can't get away with what a man can get away with? If you're a woman living anywhere in the world, you have either experienced or heard this double standard. And, the ladies of Are We Grown Yet podcast are frankly sick and tired of the double standard that has often plagued our society - specifically when it comes to masturbation. Listen to Hasmeen, Eryne Cyleste and Valerie Ann discuss masturbation, first experiences and benefits of this solo project. Click the caption under the image to listen now.





New on the podcast scene, Comedian and correspondent of the Daily Show and host of That Blackass Show, Duclé Sloan, is joined with Writer and producer X Mayo to discuss the legendary 90's sitcom Living Single. To give you a little background of this podcast, the premise of this podcast is to invite guests to reminiscence, discuss and enjoy bouts of nostalgia when it comes to overall Black entertainment. Whether its Black sitcoms, films, or theater, this podcast acknowledges the shows and Black individuals who have contributed and push the culture forward. Click the caption under the image to listen now.




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