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A podcast featuring women of color with very different views on Hot Topics.

Customer Reviews

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I love the news and women of color are not represented. These comedians bring intelligent dialogue and further a cultural narrative our generation needs. I’ve been making conscious decisions to support podcasts featuring women of color to help these voices be heard. Thanks for keeping it real!

Important show

Caught Marina doing stand-up in Vermont a few years ago, and fell in love with the pod and all the guests.

Had to unsubscribe

I listened to this podcast for a couple of years and enjoyed it, especially when Pat Brown was on the episode. However, it become exhausting listening to Marina talk about herself incessantly. The other guests will have something of value to contribute to the conversation taking place, but somehow, Marina deviates from that and adds some anecdote that has nothing to do with the discussion. I also notice that a bunch of her comments have something to do with someone of the opposite sex complementing, noticing or hitting on her. It makes her sound very narcissistic and shows a lack of self-awareness. Not only that but her “Keisha can’t read,” bit is problematic. Shoutout to Billy tho.

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