Money Sex Gen X (“MSG”) is a weekly podcast convo between gentlemen Gen X’ers Mr. Eric McLoyd and co-host Big Stew. These CHI-TOWN based hosts feel like Generation X needs to be portrayed better in the media. No shade or hate but they feel like Baby Boomers + Millennials get all the shine. Without judgment, they dive into topics like “Is College A Joke?”, “What Does It Mean To Be Black?” and “Let’s Talk About Sex” in hopes of uncovering new truths for viewers and themselves. Their painfully honest style of podcasting + their undeniable chemistry makes for some interesting Gen X curated content.
Season 5 - Episode 1 How to Run YOUR Family Like a Million Dollar Business
Research-based facts and tips on how to run your family like a million dollar business
Season 5 - Episode 2 -Should YOU be Celibate?
Thought about holding out? Need a restart on your love life? Thinking about being abstinent or celibate?
Learn the difference, pros, and cons here.
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Season 5 - Episode 3- Why do YOUR Kids Hate You?
A conversation many people are not having. Many GenXers and parents of other generations have kept this conversation pretty quiet... but sometimes our kids respond to us as if they HATE us.
Is it all their fault? Is there something we've done to contribute to their hate for us as parents?
We're digging all the way in on this episode of Money, Sex, GenX.
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Season 5 Episode 4 - Should YOU go into Politics?
In this episode, we dig into the conversation around being actively engaged in politics.
We explore the following with our amazing guests, Alani Brown and Maze Jackson
WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF POLITICS? WHAT ARE EXAMPLES OF POLITICS? (KNOWING AND COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR LEGISLATORS, ATTEND TOWN HALL MEETINGS, ATTEND CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS, PARTICIPATE ON THE LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD, MOBILIZE PEOPLE TO SUPPORT A CAUSE, VOLUNTEER, ATTEND RALLIES, RUN FOR POLITICAL OFFICEDOES THE TALKING HEAD STUFF ON TELEVISION HELP AT ALL? (SUPPOSE THAT’S A FORM OF BEING POLITICAL)WHAT’S AT RISK BY NOT GOING INTO POLITICS? OR ARE WE ALL INVOLVED SOMEHOW IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS?WHO IS MOST LIKELY TO ENGAGE IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS (THOSE WHO FEEL THREATENED, WANT TO CHANGE POLICY IN A POSITION THEY FAVOR?)FOR MSG MERCH, GO TOhttps://www.shopmoneysexgenx.com/the-money-sex-genx-shop
Season 5 Episode 5 - Should YOU start a Non-Profit?
DO NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS STILL MAKE SENSE FOR BLACK PEOPLE?
We wanted to discuss this today because not for profits—organizations weren’t geared toward profit but trying to improve life for a certain group of people and they provided the framework for Eric McLoyd (E-Money) to start helping people launch for-profit organizations.
Some of the questions we will ask during this conversation are:
What really goes into starting a non-profit?Should black people be doing not for profits? In regards to wealth (foundation for a tax write-off?)Are non-profits important for our culture?What are some of not so pleasant experiences you’ve had in non-profits?What are some wins you have had in the not-for-profit space?For exclusive MSG merch, go to https://www.shopmoneysexgenx.com/the-money-sex-genx-shop
Season 5: Episode 6 - Should YOU go to Church?
In this episode, we sit with ordained Pastor, @StephanJThurston of New Covenant on Chicago's southside.
This progressive Church leader talks about:
- Church and leadership
- Passing the torch
- The LGBTQ+ community
- Social media
We even ask:
1-What does the Church offer that is not found in other forms of spirituality?
2-Is Church providing solutions appropriate to what we are experiencing in society?
3-Have you studied other faiths?
4-What problems does Church solve?
5-How far away are we from how worship/church was approached in ancient Africa?
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Fun, relevant, informative show
I’ve been especially enjoying season 3. The topics are intriguing, Eric and Big Stew provide authentic input and it’s cool to see how much their chemistry as hosts has grown. Kudos fellas from a millennial-Gen Z cusper.
Great show, hands down one of the most insightful podcasts out!
This Podcast is insightful and dropped gems for all generations