17 episodes

Regular does not mean basic, it means... we are simply black girls who have to do nothing more than be black to be FABULOUS. We are the prototype to everything.This podcast covers all things, black girl.Whether it be about hair, dating, friendships, therapy, etc... we've got you covered.

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    • Society & Culture

Regular does not mean basic, it means... we are simply black girls who have to do nothing more than be black to be FABULOUS. We are the prototype to everything.This podcast covers all things, black girl.Whether it be about hair, dating, friendships, therapy, etc... we've got you covered.

    You're not procrastinating, you're afraid....

    You're not procrastinating, you're afraid....

    Many of us will admit that we are procrastinators, we will put off a task as long as we possibly can before finally just doing whatever it is. However, the chances that you are just a natural born procrastinator are pretty slim. In reality, most times when we put off a task, it is because we are afraid. This week we discuss whether or not we are simply lazy or if we are letting fear keep us from knocking out things and labeling both as "Im just a procrastinator" check it out. Let us know your thoughts! 

    Pretty Privilege

    Pretty Privilege

    What is pretty privilege? Do both men and women benefit from being attractive? Are there consequences for simply looking "good"? This week we discuss if in fact we believe there is a such thing as pretty privilege and what that looks like for us navigating life. Check It out, let us know your thoughts.

    Black Girls Need Grace Too..

    Black Girls Need Grace Too..

    This week we discuss two women who have been in a media frenzy, Ms. ShaCarri Richardson and Ms. Phylicia Rashad. In the last couple of weeks, both women have found themselves being praised for their accomplishments and soon after bashed for what some would call "poor decisions". In our conversation and our #talktometuesday questions to our audience, we wanted to discuss the fact the black women often times have no room for error. It seems as though the world loves us as long as we make no mistakes. We have to work 10x harder due to the fact that we are under a microscope, but why is this? Shouldn't we be extended the same grace as others? Let's discuss.

    • 44 min
    You can't be the baddest b*tch

    You can't be the baddest b*tch

    Maybe you haven't noticed, but to us, lately it seems there has been an increase in men who are giving their opinions on how women should carry themselves. From how we dress, wear our hair/makeup, comments on our weight, etc. It seems as if since they can't be the baddest b*tch, they want to try and coach us and we aren't having it. Take a listen, let us know your thoughts. 

    • 33 min
    Black Women need therapy

    Black Women need therapy

    What once was taboo has increasingly become more normalized....therapy. This week we discuss the stigma surrounding therapy in the black community and the importance of changing that mindset. We believe that most, if not all of us could benefit from seeking therapy and we discuss why. There is therapy for black women and we need to take advantage. Check out this week's episode and let us know your thoughts. 

    • 47 min
    Younger me would think I'm LIT

    Younger me would think I'm LIT

    Often times we get so caught up in the hype and the false sense of reality that social media brings that we forget to stop and be thankful for all that we truly have. When we really think about the vision that we had for our life growing up, many of us are sitting in the blessings we prayed for and if we are being honest, our lives are pretty LIT. This week we have conversations with our younger self as a sorta self evaluation and reflection of where we are. Join us and don't forget to check in with your young self this week as well.

    • 42 min

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