EPISODE5: Why Lusty-Ladies Are Normal, and How Plows and Hoes (the Tool) Got In the Way of Our Libidos

Wednesday Martin, author of “Untrue”, crushes the myths about women, sex and monogamy, discussing with Carmen how there’s no talk of equity if we don’t talk about women’s needs (amirite?). Issa Rae, Beyonce and bonobos pay a visit (in our minds); why some married women have formed a women-only sex club; the role of technology and the economy in our sexual identities and oh, Carmen comes out as bisexual. 

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Michael Molloy
EPISODE 4 : You Do Know What You Want Out of Life—Now, Put a Plaque On It!

Veronica Chambers, author of more books than we can count (seriously) including her most recent YA book, “Resist”, tells Carmen what drove her to get her abuela’s name permanently placed at her alma mater before she even had enough money in the bank; why investing in art is her passion and how she did it while broke; and what drives her and the rebel-rousers of history in “Resist” to keep going, no matter what.

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Michael Molloy
EPISODE 2 : Why Trump May Win Again, Women Kick Ass in Poker, and How to Spot a Con

Maria Konnikova spills all the con-artist tea while Carmen surprises the newly-minted poker champion, science writer for The New Yorker, and author, with the story of her father, “Papi” Wong’s con artist, criminal past. Maria returns the favor with her own revelation: “Trump will win again.” She dishes on why that may be and, why we are all possible victims of a con; how we can be better at spotting these pendejos coming; why women make great poker players and what we can learn from Sherlock Holmes to better know ourselves.

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Michael Molloy
EPISODE 1 : Why Horrible Men Won’t Go Away, the (Vagina) Tax on Life and Why F*Bombs Make Us Feel Better

Rebecca Traister is not throwing chairs, but she’s definitely mad and hyper aware of just how much is wrong with this country. Carmen digs in with Rebecca on her book, “Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger”; the generational fights between women for power, why swearing feels so (f***ing) good, and the value of white women listening. Carmen gets in her favorite—joking—threat that gets her daughter to sweat.

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Michael Molloy