17 episodes

Nobel nominated entertainer Cynthia Basinet and guests give their perspectives on various topics.


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Nobel nominated entertainer Cynthia Basinet and guests give their perspectives on various topics.


Music Album:
https://t.co/K6fBqxGvi4

    Summertime: Displaced - #IPAintFree #ai #ip #bigmedia #bigtech #pokemon #wgastrike #scabs #impostersyndrome

    Summertime: Displaced - #IPAintFree #ai #ip #bigmedia #bigtech #pokemon #wgastrike #scabs #impostersyndrome

    Join Cynthia Basinet in "Summertime: Displaced" as she fearlessly exposes the tactics of media giants, reflects on her personal journey, and advocates for positive change. Through powerful storytelling and insightful commentary, Cynthia sheds light on issues such as plagiarism, societal displacement, and the impact of big media and tech. Discover the truth behind the glamour as she calls for credit where it's due and shares the wealth of creativity. Explore the intersection of art, activism, and the pursuit of a fairer world. Get ready for thought-provoking discussions that challenge the status quo and inspire listeners to be agents of positive transformation. Welcome to "Summertime: Displaced," where the power of words fuels change.

    Host: Cynthia Basinet

    Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠Cynthia Basinet⁠⁠⁠

    Book: ⁠⁠⁠How to be civil in an uncivil world



    #IPAintFree #ai #ip #bigmedia #bigtech #pokemon #wgastrike #scabs #impostersyndrome

    • 20 min
    Happy Mother’s Day - the cost of unbridled capitalism mental health and self esteem

    Happy Mother’s Day - the cost of unbridled capitalism mental health and self esteem

    In this episode Happy Mother’s Day - the cost of unbridled capitalism mental health and self-esteem of "The World According to Cynthia," host Cynthia Basinet talks about the sexualization of young girls in sports and the need to protect them from it. She reflects on her experience as a mother and a model and highlights the importance of promoting organic living among young people.



    Cynthia shares her concerns about the recent Sports Illustrated promotion of a 19-year-old collegiate gymnast and her new poses. She questions the ethical implications of sexualizing young girls and suggests that sports should be a safe space for them to express themselves without being objectified.



    Drawing from her personal experiences, Cynthia emphasizes the importance of empowering young girls and promoting organic living. She encourages listeners to participate in activities that nourish their bodies and minds and to be cognizant of the world around them.



    As a mother, Cynthia wishes for a world where young people can grow up without feeling pressured to conform to societal expectations. She advocates for a more inclusive and compassionate society that values diversity and promotes self-love and respect.



    In conclusion, Cynthia urges listeners to watch over each other, be mindful of the world around them, and protect Mother Nature. She invites everyone to join her in celebrating Mother's Day and living a more organic and authentic life.



    Topics discussed:


    Sexualization of young girls in Sports
    Empowering young girls
    Organic living and Self-care
    An inclusive and compassionate society
    Mother's Day and celebrating motherhood



    Host: Cynthia Basinet

    Instagram: ⁠⁠Cynthia Basinet⁠⁠

    Book: ⁠⁠How to be civil in an uncivil world




    #Podcast #MothersDay #SexualizationInSports #SportsIllustrated #SelfEsteem #MentalHealth #OrganicLiving #YoungGeneration #Capitalism #Regulation #Participation #Community #MotherNature #NoMoMay #Bees #Environmentalism

    • 5 min
    Silent! The ramification of white male owned media and Tech on civil rights, ageism systemic racism, women’s rights, intellectual property, privacy and more

    Silent! The ramification of white male owned media and Tech on civil rights, ageism systemic racism, women’s rights, intellectual property, privacy and more

    In this episode of "The World According to Cynthia," host Cynthia Basinet discusses the issues of systemic racism and ageism in the entertainment industry. Cynthia shares her own experiences with these issues, including having her hard work "sliced and diced" by big tech and rich husbands who should know better. She also discusses the media's lack of moral compass, white male-owned and run media inflicting their vanity on women, and the lack of models who work their way up from obscurity to become critically acclaimed entertainers. Cynthia argues that these issues not only shortchange creativity, but also harm the original creators, and calls for change in the entertainment industry.



    Key Points:

    1- Systemic racism and ageism affect the entire world

    Electronic overreach and lack of moral compass in white male-owned and run media is a major issue.

    2- Cynthia's own experiences of having her hard work stolen and her image appropriated.

    3- Short-changing of original creators and lack of representation for minority groups in the industry.


    This is ⁠Cynthia Basinet⁠, your host. And you're listening to The World According to Cynthia

    Instagram: ⁠Cynthia Basinet⁠

    Book: ⁠How to be civil in an uncivil world



    #mentalhealthawareness #selfcare #positivity #mindfulness #mentalwellness #mentalhealthmatters #selflove #emotionalhealth #therapy #mentalhealthsupport #selfimprovement

    • 26 min
    The World According to Cynthia: Black History Month and Media Repackaging

    The World According to Cynthia: Black History Month and Media Repackaging

    In this special edition of "The World According to Cynthia," host Cynthia Basinet reflects on her recent trip to Nashville to meet with local representatives during Black History Month. She also discusses the media's tendency to repackage content and the negative impact it has on her personal life. Join Cynthia as she shares her thoughts on how we can come together to effect change in today's world.



    This is Cynthia Basinet, your host. And you're listening to The World According to Cynthia

    Instagram: Cynthia Basinet

    Book: How to be civil in an uncivil world



    #BlackHistoryMonth #MediaRepackaging #OrganicLiving #Authenticity #Nashville #Representatives #CNN #Obama #Democrats #SAGAwards #BellaThorne #PamelaAnderson #KateHudson #EvaLongoria #Loreal #DNC #Grammys #SEO #Podcast #TNblackcaucas #BHM #celebculture #bigmedia #section230 #tnblackcaucus

    • 20 min
    Where's the Love? The Fight for Freedom and Truth in Fashion and Society

    Where's the Love? The Fight for Freedom and Truth in Fashion and Society

    In this episode of the "World According to Cynthia" podcast, host Cynthia Basinet discusses the state of love and freedom in today's world, as seen through the lens of fashion, entertainment, and current events. Cynthia takes a critical look at the way that big brands and media outlets have exploited her image and asks, "Where is the love?" She also reflects on her personal journey and shares her thoughts on the importance of living one's truth.



    This is Cynthia Basinet, your host. And you're listening to The World According to Cynthia

    Instagram: Cynthia Basinet

    Book: How to be civil in an uncivil world



    #ValentinesDay, #FashionWeek, #FashionIndustry, #Freedom, #Truth, #Society, #CountryMusic, #Madonna, #GwynethPaltrow, #WomenEmpowerment, #Styling, #BeautyProducts, #CelebrityCulture, #Lifestyle

    • 13 min
    Year end wrap up 2022

    Year end wrap up 2022

    The attack women’s rights have faced in 2022 and Empowerment women’s rights cyber warfare imposter syndrome celebrities Ukraine Iran Putin big media royals



    This is Cynthia Basinet, your host. And you're listening to The World According to Cynthia

    Instagram: Cynthia Basinet

    Book: How to be civil in an uncivil world

    • 32 min

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