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Uncensored outrageous talk radio full of humor, social insights & taboos

Breaking Taboo Lakota Phillips

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Uncensored outrageous talk radio full of humor, social insights & taboos

    BDSM's No True Way

    BDSM's No True Way

    National Best Selling Authors and BDSM experts Eden Bradley and Ann Mayburn join Lakota to discuss the problems of the "one true way" philosophy in BDSM culture, BDSM myths, obligations of BDSM writers to their readers who take in their fiction as fact, and the stereotype of the "monster Dom" or Sadist. We also hit on the renewed allure of kink for the general public due to 50 Shades of Popularity.

    Politics Of Being a Black Woman

    Politics Of Being a Black Woman

    Denise Tucker joins the show to discuss the social and cultural imperatives to "fix" black girls and the self image message that conveys. Natural Hair movement, army regulations against natural hair and the social and economic hurdles black women have to overcome are also discussed.

    Valentines Special

    Valentines Special

    Special guest Eva Morales joins in to examine anti-valentines, 50 shades of middle aged kink, online dating: the pros and cons as well as how to make it work for you, as well as the upside and downside of being sexually active as people age.

    "A New Breed of GMO"

    "A New Breed of GMO"

    New episode of Breaking Taboo with discussions on Monsanto, bullies, Keystone XL Pipeline and the new Federal Budget with Special Guest Actor and Comedian Rick Overton.

    "Freedom of Speech and Selective Righteousness"

    "Freedom of Speech and Selective Righteousness"

    New episode of Breaking Taboo with discussion on Charlie Hebdo, Nigerian slayings, Pervy Russian drivers, and so much more with Special Guest Allan Coberly, the New Breakfast Snob from WRIR 97.3 FM

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REFRESHINGLY HONEST & INTELLIGENT!!!

I just love this podcast. I've been a fan since its debut on New Dissident Radio back in 2010. I am so glad to see it back. The guests are great, the topics are relevant, and it's always loaded with humor!

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