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Impolite Society: Tackling the Taboo, One Rude Question at a Time
36 minutes | 2 days ago
FAN FRIDAY: What's the Deal with OnlyFans?
It's our first Fan Friday! On the final Friday of the month, we're answering your rude questions. In our first ever Fan Friday, we're exposing what's going on OnlyFans. And to get the inside scoop, Rachel creates an OnlyFans account of her own.Hear your own rude question on a Fan Friday by emailing us at email@example.com.Until then, get more of your favorite impolite content on Facebook and Instagram @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast.Stay rude!
54 minutes | 6 days ago
Is Self Care Making You Selfish?
Self care means putting yourself first... right? But when does a healthy dose of self care cross the line and become selfish. Treat yo self to this week's episode where we define what self care is (and isn't), explore the $10 billion self care industry, and learn when self care is actually doing you harm. Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
60 minutes | 20 days ago
Are the Founding Fathers #Canceled?
Heroes? Horrible? Or human? An odd internet exchange leads us to ask if our pride in our nation's founding is valid. Or does the contradiction at the core of the U.S.'s birth mean it's time these historical figures are #canceled? Join us as we dig into (and dance around) this delicate topic, as well as muse on what future generations will condemn us for.Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at email@example.com.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
67 minutes | a month ago
When Did You Lose Your V-Card?
Everybody's doing it, but each sexual debut is as unique as our own precious flower. This week, we bust open the concept of virginity, its social implications and question at its core: does virginity matter at all. Oh, and we also share our own deflowering stories because we know that's what you came for, you pervert.Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
43 minutes | 2 months ago
New Year's Resolutions Are For Losers
Let's face it. If you made a new year's resolution, odds are you won't keep it. So why do we continue to make them year after year. Join your fellow losers for a semi-motivation conversation (???) as we dig into who makes resolutions, why they're so tempting in January and how making one makes you a loser. Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at email@example.com.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
71 minutes | 2 months ago
Is Necrophilia a Victimless Crime?
We're diving into the deep end with a lively conversation about those of us who lust after the dead. Cozy up for some cadaver canoodling as we discuss the different kinds of necrophiliacs (yes they're an eclectic and varied bunch) and explore why the heck anyone would want to fuck a dead body.Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
79 minutes | 2 months ago
How Much Do You Make?
It's the questions our parents teach us never to ask, but we're asking it anyways. Join us as we dig into why salary is such a taboo topic, if it should be and if the way we determine what we're paid is fair.Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at email@example.com.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
73 minutes | 2 months ago
So You Think You're So Smart, Huh?
Admit it, you think you're pretty sharp. Well you're not alone. Around 65% of us believe we're smarter than average. It doesn't take a genius to realize that math doesn't add up. Join us as we break down exactly what S-M-R-T means and why we are all dumber than we think we are. Email us your impolite questions, or any other impolite thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find us at @ImpoliteSocietyPodcast on social.Stay rude!
1 minutes | 2 months ago
Introducing Impolite Society
Welcome to the podcast where we answer the questions that just won’t fly in polite society. Join your favorite hosts Laura and Rachel as we dig into taboo topics like how much you make, how you lost your v-card, and how you poop. We’re making our grandma’s blush with these rude questions and can’t wait for you to join us.
1 minutes | 2 months ago
We're Back.... And Ruder than Ever
Big Talk is returning as Impolite Society. Check out what the new pod is all about. New episodes are coming in a week. Yipee!
55 minutes | 7 months ago
14 - Why Fast Food is America's Unsung Hero II: The McFlurryning
A hungry consumer, free market and clown walk into a bar. Find out what happens next in the second part of our fast food Big Talk where we get to the heart of why fast food just might be an unsung American hero.BIG TALK BIG NEWS:We're giving our big talks a new look and feel. Big Talk is becoming Impolite Society next week! Each week, Laura and Rachel will take turns asking each other questions that would make your grandma blush. Join us as we explore taboo topics like what birth is really like, if your friends fantasize about you or what we wish our parents had told us growing up. Join us each Wednesday for some conversation that would not fly in "polite society."
64 minutes | 7 months ago
13- Why Fast Food is America's Unsung Hero
Fast food gets a bum rap. But this week, Rachel sets out to change hearts and minds to show that fast food might not be the hero we want, but the hero we need. In the first of this two-part Big Talk, Rachel and Laura cover what about fast food keeps us coming back for more, as well as the role it's played in building, employing and feeding our great nation.Sources:History101, NetflixMORE THAN TEENAGERS TOASTING BUNS: THE CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS OF FAST-FOOD WORKERS, Pacific StandardFast-food restaurants represent the best and worst of America, VoxHow Fast Food Works, How Stuff WorksHistory of dining out, Medium
60 minutes | 7 months ago
12 - All the Lonely People: Where They All Come From and How to Break the Cycle
Our need to belong is almost as strong as our physical needs. In our most tangent-y episode yet, we discuss what causes loneliness, why we're more lonely than ever and how we can combat it.Sources:THE LONELINESS EPIDEMIC: WE'RE MORE CONNECTED THAN EVER - BUT ARE WE FEELING MORE ALONE?, IndependentThe Loneliness Epidemic Has Very Real Consequences, WebMDLoneliness is at Epidemic Levels in America, CignaAwkward: The Science of Why We're Socially Awkward and Why That's Awesome, Ty Tashiro
72 minutes | 8 months ago
11 - '90s Pop Culture that Shaped Our Personality
Break out your overalls and crimpers because we're talking '90s. We share our favorite movies, TV shows and characters from the '90s and discuss why stories are so powerful.Sources:Why the Story of Cinderella Still Enchants, Psychology TodayThe Power of Fiction, Psychology TodayHow fiction can change reality, TED-EdThe Psychological Comforts of Storytelling, The AtlanticHow Telling Stories Makes Us Human, Time
82 minutes | 8 months ago
10 - To Breed or Not to Breed - Do You Need Children to Be Fulfilled?
Are kids a vital part of the happiness equation? We explore this question, including why we're having less kids, our experiences with family planning and what research says about procreating and happiness. As well as Rachel's How-To list for being a happy parent.Sources:CDC Birth RatesWill we replace ourselves?Parenthood ParadoxHaving kids won't fulfill youHow to be a happy parentCaring less as a parent
71 minutes | 8 months ago
9 - Our True Crime Obsession - Harmless Curiosity or Something Darker?
What do we owe the victims of the true crime stories we consume? Sure, we've binged the series, studied the cases and even put killers on trading cards. But where does our obsession with true crime come from and what does it say about us. Find out in this weeks's episode.Sources:Why Do We Find True Crime Fascinating? 'Savage Appetites' Looks For An Answer, NPRIs our growing obsession with true crime a problem? BBCWhy Do Women Love True Crime? New York TimesWhy Are We Fascinated by True Crime? A Psychologist Answers, Shrink Tank
66 minutes | 8 months ago
8 - You're Awkward - Here's What to Do About It
Do you do "the cringe" when you think back on embarrassing things you've said or done? We all have awkward moments, but what makes them so cringy, why do they haunt us and what can you do to stop these social missteps from leaving lasting damage? We tackle all this in today's episode.Sources:Awkward: The Science of Why We're Socially Awkward and Why That's Awesome, Ty Tashiro.The Cringe, Crazy Ex Girlfriend.
67 minutes | 9 months ago
7 - Alcohol - This Magic Moment
Why are humans so obsessed with alcohol? We discuss what makes drinking so enjoyable, how it affects our brains and share some good, old-fashion drinking stories.
1 minutes | 9 months ago
On Today's Episode...
We are postponing today's episode so we can stay focused on big conversations happening now. We believe one of the best things we can do right now is listen more than we talk. If you'd like to join us in listening, here are some resources:Podcasts that confront racism in America.How to support right now.50 books by black authors.15 social justice organizations to support.How to find a demonstration near you.
69 minutes | 9 months ago
6 - Friend Breakups - When Good Friendships Go Bad
Female friendships can be just as intense as romantic relationships, and when they end, they can be even more traumatic. This week we talk about our friendship breakups and unpack why they are just so painful. Listen in for all this and our newest segement: Bird Talk. Bawk bawk.Why female friendships are complicated, the AtlanticYour female friendships may be ruining your life, Vice
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