Our hosts recollected the experiences they gathered from the guest speakers participating in the podcast’s last few episodes.Topics of all ranges were discussed on our channel, from mental health to the spiritual journey of a hijabi woman living in the United States.H ear from what our hosts thought as they discussed each episode in detail and shed light on what’s to come for the podcast’s future. Let us know your favorite episode and what more you would like to tune into!
Our hosts spoke to Susu, a Sudanese American Muslim who struggled to find the confidence to wear her hijab until recently as she has celebrated one year of her anniversary with her hijab. She speaks on her spiritual and religious journey to our hosts as she seeks to inspire other Muslim women experiencing the same inner conflict.
Our host spoke to Charlotte Bevers, a men’s Somatic Sex and Relationship Coach who helps men connect with their authentic masculinity and navigate partnerships by creating more connection, intimacy, great sex, and depth in their lives.
In celebration of our 10th episode, our hosts decided to return to their roots and speak with a Black therapist from the city of Aurora on the current state of the mental health industry.
The career choice of sex workers is often criticized, yet our series deems to normalize the conversation of sex work as it shouldn’t be sheltered from the public or by the public. Our hosts spoke to a sex worker on her career journey and how she blended it with her social life and creative aspirations!
Our hosts speak on the “Red Pill” conversation that is happening with young men who are focused on masculinity and the personal philosophy of males.
After several months, our hosts have returned and are back with another podcast, speaking about their ongoing anxieties and how they are coping with them.
Our hosts are back again with another live podcast!
In their first live podcast, the hosts discuss growing up in a culture where internalized homophobic views are rooted in fragile masculinity.
Are Black women degraded and disrespected by Black men?