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#216: Dr. Curtis Crane from the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery "EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE TO BE WHO THEY REALLY ARE"
Dr. Curtis Crane sees a world that leads with love and compassion. He is one of the best transgender surgeons in the entire world. His story is absolutely gripping, inspiring and so worth your time to listen.
This is a life changing interview that will certainly touch many lives.
Dr. Curtis tells us about his outstanding training at very prestigious programs with 2 residences and 2 fellowships, which is unheard of and he definitely did not plan.
He never thought he was fellowship material and was just trying to get through residency.
He was especially honored to get the fellowship under the world renowned surgeon Dr. Richard Santucci who is an academic powerhouse, who is published over 200 times.
Today Dr. Santucci is one of Dr. Curtis Crane's employees and joined his practice.
He doesn't abide by too many societal rules and loved to host huge slip and slide parties as wells as demolition derbies during his time of residency.
Dr Curtis loves to prank people and tells us about an epic prank he pulled off on applicant day with Dr. Joshua Broghammer.
His plan was to travel around the world to learn transgender surgery.
He has a heart of gold and has always helped the underprivileged patients all over the world, performing surgeries in South East Asia and Swaziland.
In 2004/2005 nobody was talking about the transgender community and they didn't have anyone to help them.
Dr. Curtis teaches us how to be compassionate about the different individual situations in the transgender community. He pleads for people to accept the transgender community for who they are,
to give them respect and that "EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE TO BE WHO THEY REALLY ARE"! Acknowledge the suffering and have compassion for the trans community.
We get a huge and very important lesson about the transgender community that are less than 18 years old. We talk about the frontal lobe development. Dr. Curtis tells us that children know their gender identity.
He talks so passionately about the term "chemical castration", which is the most evil term you can think of and also completely untrue. He said it is called puberty blockers and 100% reversible.
Going through puberty is really difficult, but going through puberty being the wrong gender is 100000 times worse!
He takes each patient on a case by case basis!
He shares the unbelievable story about one of his patients that he performed his youngest chest masculinization surgery on, who is a 12 year old child. This story is absolutely mesmerizing, informative and life changing.
Dr. Curtis is so very passionate about this case because he believes that if this surgery didn't happen, the child would have committed suicide.
Today he is in college and absolutely flourishing.
To Dr. Curtis all this is crystal clear and he invites anyone that has questions or issues with this to come to his clinic.
He says a lot of people empathize by putting themselves in someone else's shoes. It is impossible to empathize with the trans community in that way.
He and his clinic have taken care of 1000's of patients and he has zero idea what it is like to be trans.
The Crane Center for Transgender Surgery has performed over 600 Phalloplasty surgeries, that is the second most in the whole world.
We learn all about how an orgasm works after this surgery.
Stay tuned for Part 2....................................
#215: "HERS $" "HIS $" = A HEALTHY MARRIAGE Pre Marriage Check list Part 4 Finances
Part 4 of the Pre Marriage Check list is all about finances and makes of some very interesting discussions between the co hosts.
Do not miss the Question of the Day segment in this episode - it is absolutely hilarious.
We start the show talking about
1. How do you feel about debt?
2. Do you split your money or have joined bank accounts?
3. What are your views on saving money?
4. What are your views on spending money?
5. What if you both want something but you can only afford one?
6. What if a family member wants to borrow a large sum of money?
7. Would you be willing to get a second job if we had money troubles?
Party with Miss Polly Segment:
What is car sex really like?
Question of the Day Segment:
Should you know from the first date if you are attracted to them and if you want to see more of them?
This segment is a must listen. Absolutely hilarious how heated the hosts get with their very strong opinions.
#214: "Be happy to change your goals, but never change your values" - The Pre Marriage Check List Part 3
In this weeks episode we are discussing Morals, Politics, Family Values and Religion
As usual the banter between the co hosts is hilarious and passionate.
1. Views on Infidelity
2. Religious views on marriage
3. What is more important? Work or Family?
4. What are your political views?
5. What are your views on birth control?
6. Would you rather be rich and miserable or poor and happy?
7. Who will make the biggest decisions of the household?
8. What would you do if someone said something bad about you?
9. Who should do household chores?
10. Who should cook?
11. Would you follow the advice of your family before your spouse?
"Party with Miss Polly": What is it like for those who have a small penis?
"Question of the Day": How do you keep from overanalyzing your relationship when you post and talk about it all day?
#213: Meet Amr Elborai, Homebuilder Extraordinaire with Elborai Custom Homes
We welcome the amazing Mr. Amr Elborai to our show. He owns Elborai Custom Homes which is a design and build firm dedicated to creating contemporary homes tailored to compliment the lifestyle of each of their clients. Their approach is to create not only an architectural masterpiece, but a complete living environment that is comfortable yet sophisticated.
Bernie tells us how he met Amr by being invited to a friend's 50th birthday party. Amr is so humble and also incredibly giving, he hosted his friends party at his multi million dollar mansion. Bernie and Amr have become very close friends in
At this time Amr is selling his incredible house. Everyone should really take a look at it. It is spectacular.
Amr tells us about his early career and that he started to develop their family real estate portfolio in 2009.
He realized that his passion is in building homes from A to Z from the initial design to building and interior. During the last 6 months with Covid lockdowns he taught himself "CAD" Computer Aided Design.
Amr did the drawing, layout, construction, interior finish out and landscaping and every last detail in his epic home. He bought the entire furniture online. Marcella states that it looks like a Pinterest perfect home.
He built the 6 bedroom home for himself and his children and was not intending to sell it so soon, but the market made him change his mind.
He loves residential real estate and the future for Elborai Custom Homes looks bright.
He passionately speaks about how he works with his customers to make sure their home fits their exact lifestyle. The goal is to have his own neighborhood with all different Elborai Home Designs.
Amr is a true artist when it comes to home design.
Amr has 3 passions in life. 1. His 3 beautiful children, 2. Home design, 3. Cars and Car design
He tells us about his car passion next.
We learn about Amr's experiences with the International Dating site "International Cupid". He met a Russian girl in Dubai that he is still friends with years later.
Amr grew up in Egypt and went to several soccer camps in Europe and loves having international friends.
His last experience in Portugal was rather interesting. He met a gorgeous Brazilian girl and invited her and her son to come visit him in Dallas in February 2020.
Suddenly Corona Virus happened and she was too scared to fly back home so she ended up staying for 4 months.
You have to listen what happened after that.
If you want to check out Amr Elborai Custom homes go here
If you want to contact Amr personally you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Party with Miss Polly:
What is it really like to have foot fetish?
Question of the Day:
How to enjoy dating and not taking everything too seriously!
We introduce our newest segment
Reading erotica with friends
#212: "Live with Grace" $10.000 Scholarship to a Booker T Senior in honor of Grace Loncar
When Sue Loncar was in total despair, after the death of her 16 year old daughter and her husband within days of each other she felt hopeless with no idea
what to do next.
Her best friend of many years Libby, told her she was going to run the "Grace Loncar Foundation", which she started immediately, filed all the paperwork
and they had their first meeting 2 weeks after Grace was gone.
A big reason for the foundation is to end the stigma because people do not want to talk about it. Suicide has increased by 70% in the last 10 years and is the
number 2 death for ages 10 - 34.
We learn about an incredible program called "Hope Squad" that was created by someone from Utah and they are trying to get it into all schools.
Shockingly they are getting a lot of resistance because schools are afraid it will give students ideas. The foundation is even offering to pay for the counselors
and the training.
Sue and her oldest daughter Sally speak at many events.
They also provide care cards that have all the suicide warning signs on them.
The reach of the foundation is all over the country.
Sue believes that it is mostly impulse control with teenagers, and she believes that even though Grace was depressed her suicide was out of impulse because she
was mad. Their frontal lobe is not all the way developed yet.
Sue made the difficult decision to have an open casket at Grace's funeral, because she wanted the reality to sink in with Grace's friends that this is what suicide looks
like. Not all family members were in agreement with this decision but Sue thought it would be important and her passion is to try to save lives.
Sue talks passionately about mental health.
She tells us that they call people "Suicide Survivors" because it is a double whammy to overcome - because not only do you lose your loved one, but then people
blame you. The surviving person gets looked at like it is their fault.
Sue says that sometimes it is better to call a friend than calling a hotline, but of course to call someone is the most important.
Younger people don't feel they can trust their friends because they get let down so often.
Sue wishes that she could snap out of her deep grief, because she doesn't want it to define her, but she doesn't know how to.
She tells us that they try to celebrate Grace's life and focus on all that was amazing about her and not how she died.
She would give everything for just one more day!
Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255
#211: "The Day Your Heart Stopped Is The Day My Heart Broke" ..... 1 Breath At A Time - Sue Loncar
Part 3 of Miss Sue Loncar's brave testimony about her daughter's suicide and her husbands overdose deaths takes us through "the day of the worst day of her life".
Sue believes that Grace had no intentions to kill herself that night because she had gone to the mall, bought candles and planned to go to a party the next day.
She thought that she had actually been doing a lot better than before.
Sue says that Teenagers confide in their friends that they want to committ suicide, but usually not to anyone else.
Sue was always the disciplinarian but the night of Grace's death both her and Brian took Grace's phone because she had gotten in trouble. It was not a harsh punishment and
she was supposed to get her phone back the next morning.
Sue stayed with Grace until 4 am to talk everything through and to make sure she was ok.
When she woke up at 11 am and went to Grace's room she found her dead on the floor with a gunshot wound to her head.
Sue's first reaction was to sit her up and will her back to life.
Bravely Sue talks about all the next horrible moments. She was in shock and laid with her dead daughter until the police made her leave.
2 days after Grace's funeral on the next Sunday she was waiting on Brian to meet her in church but he didn't show up, because he had overdosed and by the
time Sue got to the hospital her husband was dead.
In complete shock she could not even comprehend what was happening.
She has been robbed from being able to share memories of her daughter with him who loved her as much as she did. She has to walk this painful road all alone.
She says she knows what it feels like to want to die. Her saving Grace have been God and her other children because she does not want to harm them anymore.
Sue says she is a changed person - everything is tinged with terrible sadness.
She had to learn to make it one breath at a time, 30 minutes at a time, 1 hour at a time ..................
stay tuned for Part 4