Intercultural conversations between two friends (questionable), anchoring conscious thought, selective language, and self reflection. They bare all (emotionally, not physically of course, that’d be a very different podcast) to confront their own navigation of real life experiences.
The Forgive Ness Monster
You should forgive them for your own sake? We don’t necessarily agree. Tara and Sharan begin to unpack their thoughts on forgiveness as a concept, and explore their boundaries with it. Sidenote - Booking Hammered and Absolutely Online.onegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
Throwing shade, have we been played?
Tara opens the space to talk about our personal experiences and internalisation of colourism growing up. They both confront and realise some difficult personal truths in how much society conditions us in relation to this. But there’s always more work to be done. Sidenote - Food Open and Mouth Wrappers.onegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
Oh, you’re from Botswana? I have family in Asia!
Both Sharan and Tara are pretty (for people of colour) riled up and ridicule the microaggressions they’ve had to face. Sidenote - Kylie Gloves and Washing Jenneronegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
Food rules or food RULES?
Tara reflects on her ever-changing relationship with food, and the two begin to think deeply about their own food rules and why they exist (Really Sharan? ‘Gluten sensitive’????). Sidenote - Ross Projection and Vegan Gelleronegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
Loreal, because you’re not worth it
Sharan invites Tara to reflect on the changing state of her own self worth (Sharan couldn’t handle that kind of roast for her) encouraging both to identify what causes their self worth to fluctuate. Sidenote - Diet Media and Social Coke onegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
Who are we? What are we doing here? And why ‘One Grey Tick’? onegreytickpodcast.com Instagram | Twitter
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Love the chemistry between the two of you. Honest and reflective conversation, has given me much to think about. Looking forward to the next one
One grey-t podcast
Really enjoyed the first few episodes of One Grey Tick. Loved the chemistry between the hosts and the ease with which they spoke about more personal topics. It’s encouraging to hear people speak so openly and I hope it can lead to deeper conversations for listeners.
Excited to hear more!