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“Open Relationship” is a play on words referring to Mo'Nique's announcement to publications that she and her husband of close to 10 years, Sidney Hicks, have an Open Relationship. Though the real intent behind her statement refers to their long history together, their Open-Minded Relationship simply means that something like an extra-marital affair wouldn't be a deal breaker to their marriage. They build upon the public discussions surrounding this concept to explore the openness and communication that is necessary for us all to have better relationships with others, in anything including Open Relationships, Falling in Love, Discussing Sex with Our Children, and everything in between. As Mo'Nique & Sidney would say, "The mind is like a parachute; it’s no good unless it's open.”

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“Open Relationship” is a play on words referring to Mo'Nique's announcement to publications that she and her husband of close to 10 years, Sidney Hicks, have an Open Relationship. Though the real intent behind her statement refers to their long history together, their Open-Minded Relationship simply means that something like an extra-marital affair wouldn't be a deal breaker to their marriage. They build upon the public discussions surrounding this concept to explore the openness and communication that is necessary for us all to have better relationships with others, in anything including Open Relationships, Falling in Love, Discussing Sex with Our Children, and everything in between. As Mo'Nique & Sidney would say, "The mind is like a parachute; it’s no good unless it's open.”

    Why We Should Appreciate Our Opposers

    Why We Should Appreciate Our Opposers

    Mo'Nique and Sidney discuss Tiffany Haddish's recent comments about Mo'Nique's stand against inequality/Netflix and other issues relating to inequality in Hollywood.

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Author of Isaiah Washington's "Thrown Under The Bus", Kimberly Clayton Hershman

    Author of Isaiah Washington's "Thrown Under The Bus", Kimberly Clayton Hershman

    Mo'Nique and Sidney talk with Kimberly Clayton Hershman regarding Isaiah Washington, pay disparity and unfairness in Hollywood.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Proof given today: Revealing a long told lie in Hollywood

    Proof given today: Revealing a long told lie in Hollywood

    Mo'Nique and Sidney speak about how a lie and/or opinion can and has affected a person's livelihood.  

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    How do you stay kind in a world that can act so mean?

    How do you stay kind in a world that can act so mean?

    Mo'Nique and Sidney discuss recent personal events and ask listeners how they remain kind in similar situations.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Inequality and Bullying in Hollywood

    Inequality and Bullying in Hollywood

    Mo'Nique and Sidney expound on current events and issues dealing with Holywood bullying.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Bullying in Hollywood. It's not just a school yard problem

    Bullying in Hollywood. It's not just a school yard problem

    Mo'Nique and Sidney discuss bullying in the Hollywood industry and its effects past and present.

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    • 1 hr 1 min

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