Live Laugh Loud is a spinoff of The Loud Women's Club. We are the unfiltered loud voices for the often silenced voices of BIPOC, women, LGBTQIA, and those on the fringe. Come join us and be LOUD!
This Is Goodbye
Thank you for being with us between Live Laugh Loud and The Loud Women's Club over the last few years. Your support has meant everything to us.
Taking a Break
The women are taking a break in June because, well, LIFE. We do realize that June is Pride Month and we do not want the community to think we are not thinking of them. Please take a listen to Celebrating Pride, a Loud Women's Club podcast, that we all participated in.
Love you! We'll be back soon!
In Service to the King
Yes, we'll admit it! We totally fangirled over Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Totally fangirled. But can you blame us? I mean, COME ON! Join us as we discuss all things Queen Charlotte, but we give the warning there will be a TON of spoilers
You Good, Sis?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the ladies are ALL about Mental Health! This week we welcome guest Claire Fuller, a licensed Masters level social worker at Creative Ways Therapy (and Beca's sister!) to discuss if therapy is right for you. Hint: yeah, it's right for you.
Pollen, Pink Slips, Politics, Planting, and Pinterest
As you can tell from the title, we cover a lot of ground in this episode! Everything from spring allergies, to Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon's dismissals, to political primaries, to gardenting and Nicole's absolute LOVE of Pinterest. We definitely had a full conversation this week. Join Us.
Send Her Back Replay
This week we speak to author Munashe Kaseke about her short story collection Send Her Back and Other Stories. As someone who immigrated from Zimbabwe at the age of 19, she brings to light the struggles found in the intersectionality of being an immigrant, a woman, and more specifically a woman of color. We loved it! And we're sure you will too.
Twitter Handle: @munashe_kaseke
Just what I needed
I was turned on to this podcast by the sister of one the hosts and let me say, I am so happy to have you in my ear holes. This podcast is a great way to absorb real news and facts along with in depth discussions that encourage me to expand my critical thinking on the things that matter to me. It’s so hard to look at the world (specifically the US) right now without wanting to die a little. This pod makes it more bareable and less lonely. I am finding a lot of comfort and solidarity in it in a time where I have felt so beat down. Thank you!
Love the show
These women are so relatable. I absolutely love this show. Keep up the great work. Love the Loud Women in History part of the show especially!
Valueless. Echo chamber. Do better.