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LNBT: Trash Talk Podcast
87 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Beyond Budden & Don't Try to Save People at the Strip Club
Evan and Joel, are joined by Natalie Peña & Nkwa Asonye their LNBT cohost debut (and Patrick joins from the road in the second half). They discuss the broader issues of workplace harassment that Joe Budden demonstrated in his actions at his podcast network and why dudes gotta stop trying to "save" women at the strip club and beyond.
76 minutes | May 2, 2021
On this episode of Let's Not Be Trash: Trash Talk, Evan, Funnyman Stan, and Patrick discuss what these youngins think they know, what they don't, Seinfeld v. Friends (Seinfeld), flats v. drums (flats, though not unanimous), Tim Scott and Kamala Harris both showing America is racist whilst saying it is not, and we end with story times & the final Take Out the Trash segment. (Image: Disney)
62 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Have yall even tried soap?
Evan, Stan F., and Joel discuss triflin' male hygiene deficiency (TMHD) and how it connects to misogyny, the concept of repurposed misandry, and unpack the intricacies of being confident in your appearance.
83 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Where the box spring at?
Stan D., Stan T., Patrick, and Evan discuss a relationship with no bed, go on a tangent into Haitian and Italian names, and Chris D'Elia's recent video discussing his indiscretions. 0:00 - 15: 27 - Stan D. dated somebody without a bed (by her choice) 15:27 - 35:47 Intro & tangent into Hatian and Italian names 35:47 - 1:22: 59 - Chris D'Elia and closing
81 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Mickey D's and a Rolly for VDay (not together)
Evan, Stan, and Patrick start on an absolute tangent discussing Connecticut v. NY drivers and the MTA before exchanges valentine and romantic woes.
100 minutes | Feb 6, 2021
What Was January
Evan, Courtney, and Patrick discuss how to process January 2021 we enter February, Black History Month, and continue an ongoing discussion of dating habits that drive us buck ass wild. They also pay homage to legends who have passed away, Hank Aaron and Cicely Tyson, as well as living legend Denzel Washington.
56 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
The Ghost-Block, the Approach, and the Brave
Evan and Courtney discuss the frustration of the 'ghost-block,' respond to a thread on how to respectfully approach women, and reactions to the inauguration of President Biden, VP Harris, and what it means going forward. 0:00 - Intros and "outdoor dining" during Covid 3:30 - Ghost-blocking 15:40 - Responding to a thread on how to 'respectfully' approach women 35:33 - The Inaguration, shade, shine, and the road forward. 49:15 - Big updates for Courtney
78 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Where We Came From, Where We Are, and Where to Go from Here, feat: Hernán Carvente Martínez
Patrick, Stan D., and Evan are joined by prison reformer, health & wellness advocate, and youth mentor, Hernán Carvente Martínez to discuss what rehabilitation, accountability, and justice can truly look like. Brief appearance by our man Courtney Starks as well. Evan and Stan discuss cars for the like 10 min because we can. 8:17: Evan and Stan D. stop talking about cars 8:18: We remember to introduce the show. Round 2 min later: We talk about the Capitol riots and hoe ass logic 17:00 - Interview w/ Hernán re: prison and police reform v. foundational change, and 70 million Trumps supporters. 1:00:00 - Courtney joins and gives his take on the discussion re: 70 million Trump supporters Check out the following organizations mentioned in the podcast: https://www.healingninjas.org/ Instagram: @consentisthestandard
62 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
America Season Finale Pt.?
Let's Not Be Trash: Trash Talk returns with a BBQs sized cup of flaming basura of dangerous white nonsense for the first show of 2021. Patrick and Evan (and a brief cameo by Courtney) discuss the Domestic Terrorist Insurgence on the Capitol.
68 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
A Journey of AfroDominicanxThings w/ Danyeli Rodríguez del Orbe
Evan and Stan are joined by poet, author, and activist Danyeli Rodríguez del Orbe, founder of afrodominicanxthings platform on Instagram and co-host of Loose Accents podcast. They discuss immigrant experiences across coasts, misinformation and anti-blackness between Dominican and Haitian communities, and what masculinity looks like in 2020 and how far it has to go to be equitable for all genders active in dismantling sexism.
67 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Entitlement, decency, acceptance, & HEY BIG HEAD
Evan is joined by Courtney Starks, and returning co-hosts Jordan Taylor and Patrick Mackendy to draw on personal experience and socialized norms discuss a few topics frequently conflated in modern dating.
78 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
Haiti, DR, Anti-Blackness, and Anti-Brutality
Jordan Taylor and activist, organizer, and photographer, Jay Espinoza to discuss anti-blackness ans the divide between Hatian and Dominican communities at home and abroad. We also revisit the status of Joe Biden's campaign and policing.
138 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
This is What it Looks Like: Men, Masculinitly and Mental Health within Black Creatives and Media
On this special Episode of Let's Not Be Trash We have an amazing panel of guests including: Coutrney Starks, Host, Courtney's Corner Jordan Taylor, BLM activist, Hudson Valley, Writer, Comic Patrick Mackendy - Writer, Founder, "Write Night" Jamall Blake - Founder, blkmttrmvmt Justin Jenkins, Writer, thegqgentlemen; Writer and Producer, cre8tivetibe. Co-hosted by Comedian, Stan Talouis
61 minutes | Jun 3, 2020
What's Left to Say? What's Left to Do?
Stan and Evan dedicate this show to discuss how we can still laugh during these times, the continued protests, riots, and responses regarding George Floyd's murder and the decades long pattern of systemic police brutality against black people.
53 minutes | May 28, 2020
Comedy, Consent, Cops
Stan and Evan talk about the intricacies as to what qualifies as comedy, good comedy, and Stan discusses more details about the industry itself. We then revisit the Ahmaud Arbery murder and the ongoing issue of police brutality in the US. We close by discussing a Vice HBO documentary on consent.
95 minutes | May 22, 2020
Albanian All-Stars w/ NFL DE, Kristjan Sokoli, Comedian, Leonarda Jonie, & Director, Redon Demushi
Three Albanians, an Italian, and a Haitian Walk Into a Zoom (and leave w/ a construction contract). Stan and Evan are joined by NFL DE, Kristjan Sokoli, Comedian, Leonarda Jonie, & Director, Redon Demushi. We discuss gender, sports, comedy, art, politics, and family as they relate to Albania and the US. A war in the Balkans did not break out, as Leonarda had expected, once a critical mass of "Shqipes" congregated. Although there is still time.
102 minutes | May 17, 2020
This is Quaratnine: Talkbout Dating, Policing, AIM, Dail Up, Baseball, and the Bible for An Hour and a Half
Title is self explanatory.
60 minutes | May 6, 2020
Revisiting Consent, the Friendzone, and Our Political Choices in 2020
Evan is joined by both co-hosts, Stanley Fritz and Stan Talouis. The three revisit consent and the friendzone in wake of allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against two prominent influencers. We also discuss how to approach voting in 2020, given the choices we have--and what our vote really means.
47 minutes | May 1, 2020
Rep. for Representation feat. BX-15 Congressional Candidate, Tomas Ramos
In a Zoom being grimey shortened episode of an otherwise great show, Stan and Evan interview BX-15 congressional candidate, Tomas Ramos, who is running for Congressman Jose Serrano's open seat. Recording resumes in the middle of Tomas detailing his own experiences with the criminal justice system, what must change and what he plans to do in office, as well as his already impressive body of work with securing substantial funds and supplies to help communities during the covid-19 pandemic,
51 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Grief, Depression, Loneliness and Our Way Forward as Men w/ Tom Biddulph
Stan T. and Evan are joined by Tom Biddulph, who has channeled his experiences with a spectrum of emotions, including grief and anger, to his blog and YouTube channel, Good Grievings. Tom discusses how he coped with trauma, tragedy, and loss and found resiliency through therapy, writing, and connecting with others--but it took a journey to get there. Stan and Evan discuss their own journeys from adolescence through adulthood to express emotion in healthy ways as men. Then, they discuss how to deal with our current situation of mass quarantine, which has left many feeling lonely and disconnected.
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