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Pillow Talk With Bros: Exploring Masculinity with Open Beers and Open Hearts
80 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
What's My Purpose!?
Episode 49 - My guest, Joey Chandler, is a purpose coach and host of the "What's Your Purpose?" Podcast He is out to normalize people talking about purpose and works with entrepreneurs, executives, coaches, and consultants to make their purpose part of their everyday life. His purpose is about people being free and for that he helps people clarify who they are and how to be more of that on a day-to-day basis. You can take his free survey to clarify your purpose at: https://joeychandler.net/purpose_survey Joey and I talk about the importance of purpose, finding the message we have that everyone needs to hear, and Joey asks me his two questions to help me find my purpose! Drink of the Day - COMIN IN HOP SESSION IPA from Talisman Brewing Company in Ogden, UT. It has a piney hop flavor but some really great Citrus and tropical fruit aromas. 5.0% ABV. Check em out at https://talismanbrewingco.com or @talismanbrewingco on Instagram. BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Sankofa Beer Company-- The foundation for Sankofa Beer Company pulls from the founders' upbringing in West Africa. At Sankofa Beer Company they challenge the conventions of craft beer by drawing inspiration from the abundance of the African continent. Creating inclusive spaces where culture meets craft, that reinvent beer consumption and its consumers. They use great ingredients, to craft great beers for great people! Check em out at https://www.sankofabeer.com or on Instagram @sankofabeer
89 minutes | May 18, 2021
Divorce is NOT a Dirty Word!
Episode 48 - In today's episode, Joe and his guest Crystal, talk about their experience with divorce, the stigma of divorce in our society, the tags they felt like they were forced to wear because of their divorce, and if divorce has changed their opinion about marriage. Drink of the Day- Joe is drinking a Shambo Juicy IPA from RoHa Brewing in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a big hop forward IPA, with a punch of juicy citrus notes in the aroma. The pineapple, stone fruit, and citrussy hop flavors are prevalent. This beer is unfiltered, allowing its true flavor profile to come through, the nose is clean and finishes smooth. ABV 7.0% Check em out at https://rohabrewing.com Insta @rohabrewing BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Weathered Souls Weathered Souls Brewing Company is not a chain and their beer is not mass produced. They buy their grain locally and delivered to San Antonio, and South Texas. They are independent and with the support of independent loving fans, they intend to stay that way. You can’t be closer to the source of your beer than to sit in the shadow of the fermenter your beer was kegged from days before. The name says it all, we’re a little weathered by life and really don’t mind it. All part of the adventure… Weathered Souls is very happy to be a brewery where everyone is welcomed as a member of their brewery family. They have several old-school philosophies about life and business and one driving force is their philosophy that, if the beer is good enough, folks will find out. So they don’t pay for advertising, and rely on word of mouth just like his Dad did. It’ll take longer to grow the business, but it gives them a lot of satisfaction knowing that they succeed because folks care about them and their beer. They have had great success with their new “Black is Beautiful” initiative, visit their website https://weatheredsouls.beer to find out more.
92 minutes | May 4, 2021
I'm Failing and I Can't Get Up!
Episode 47 - On today's episode of Pillow Talk With Bros, Joe and his guests, Patrick & Nick, talk about their experiences with failure, how they treat others in response to failure, whether or not they associate achievement with their self-worth, and how they are able to accept failure without it leading to resentment. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Wilson Mountain Style IPA from Roadhouse brewing in Jackson Hole, WY. It has an 7.5% ABV and intense hops & citrusy notes. Check em out at https://roadhousebrewery.com/ or on Instagram @roadhousebeer Patrick is drinking a Love and Wrestling Double IPA from Mayflower Brewing, and Nick is sticking with this domestic staple of college campuses everywhere, Natural Light. BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Soul Mega In 2017, two friends, Elliot and Jahi, decided to open a brewing company after years of homebrewing. Their mission is to be recognized in the craft beer industry for their stylistically un-styled craft beer offerings and to create a culture that embraces creativity and inclusion. Soul Mega literally means “the embodiment of something great.” It represents their vision for the company and their belief that their dream will manifest much larger than they can presently imagine. The name Soul Mega serves as a reminder to the limitless potential of the human spirit. Book Recommendations - Patrick recommends The One Thing by Gary Keller & Nick recommends The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran & Michael Lennington. Music Recommendations - Patrick recommends the band Deer Tick & Nick throws some love to Kid Cudi.
83 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
MENtal Health- Anxiety & OCD
Episode 46 - In today's episode, Joe and his guest Matthew P Brown, talk about our experiences with anxiety, how we overcome it, whether or not we confuse anxiety with stress, and living with OCD. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Ferda Imperial Double India Pale Ale from T.F. Brewing in Salt Lake City, UT, and Matthew is drinking a Whirlpool Pale Ale from Nightshift Brewing Company. Check 'em out! BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Cajun Fire Brewing Company is a family-owned business and the first black owned brewing company in Louisiana and the south, and the fifth black owned brewing brewery in U.S. history. The company was founded in New Orleans in 2011, and has been nationally recognized as a catalytic business that has tackled inequities within the craft beverage industry since inception. The company/LLC via its mission, "Brewing for socio-economic gains one pint at a time", has created not only an increase in civic pride but also tangible accomplishments for many community-driven initiatives. To learn more go to their website Check em out at http://drinkcajunfire.com Matthew's Book Recommendations - Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins, Think Like A Monk by Jay Schetti, and Born Standing Up by Steve Martin. Matthew Music Artist he is Obsessed With - Eminem
64 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Episode 45 - In today's episode, Joe and his guest Jonathan talk about how they handled and coped with grief. They also talk about siblings being the forgotten mourners & how grief affected their behavior. Drink of the Day - Zion Pale Ale from Zion Brewery. Orange lemon and grapefruit hop aroma and flavor meld perfectly with a rich malty American Style Pale Ale. Check em out at www.zionbrewery.com BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Mack Brewing Company - Mack Brewing Co. is an up and coming brewery located in West Philadelphia and spearheaded by owner and brewer – Philly Mack. "I want people to have fun, listen to some dope music, light up whatever you smoke, Chill and kick it with your friends. Enjoy the complexity of the IPA while trying to simplify the complexities of life". Check em out at https://www.mackbrewingco.com/ or on Instagram @mackbrewingco Jonathan's Book Recommendation - Leadership and Self Deception by The Arbinger Institute Jonathan's Music Recommendation - Muse or Shinedown.
81 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
The One About Accountability!
Episode 44 - Today’s episode is all about Accountability. Joe and his guest Christian talk about what accountability looks like today, whether or not men handle being held accountable well, and how it makes them feel when someone holds them accountable. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Hopspital IPA from Proper Brewing Co. Hopspital is brewed with three kinds of hops in the boil and dry hopping stages. Chinook and Glacier hops add a piney, fruity body with hints of citrus while Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand lend a tangy, subtly tropical flavor with notes of kiwi, gooseberry and peach. Drink two and call me in the morning. They are located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Check them out at http://www.properbrewingco.com/ Christian is drinking a Helles Lager from KC Bier Company, check them out at https://kcbier.com/our-bier/ BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Cocoa Cutie- Denise, the Artist and Creator of Cocoa Cutie, was inspired by her nieces and nephews as she was looking for products that reflected her family but was unable to find them. She literally took to the drawing board and drew what she wanted to see. Each character is hand-drawn by her and is one-of-a kind. Building self-esteem early on in our children is paramount, so each Cocoa Cutie is available in one of four different skin tones to reflect the diversity and beauty of every child. Also, our children deserve the very best, so she makes sure each product is of the highest quality. She makes everything from Clothing, bags, home decor, and everything in-between. Check them out at www.cocoacutie.com or on Instagram @cocoacuties Christian's Answers to Joe's 3 burning questions- Book Recommendations- Dream Big by Bob Goff & Cash Flow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki Music Recommendation- Take it All Back 2.0 by Judah and the Lion What is making his heart heavy? Comparison...don't let comparison steal your joy!
89 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
One Year Anniversary St. Patricks Day Special!!
Episode 43- Happy St. Patrick's Day Bros and Broettes! Today is our One Year Anniversary!! Alex & I reflect on the last year of the podcast, the growth we have seen in ourselves, and Joe takes the hot for some burning questions from Alex. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Happy Camper IPA from Santa Fe Brewing in Santa Fe, NM. Happy Camper is a hoppy, malty, perfectly balanced, world-class IPA made just for you. A beer that says, “I’m from New Mexico, I like good beer, and Don’t touch my motorcycle.” First brewed in 2009. First canned in 2010. And first shotgunned about 5 seconds later. It’s a New Mexico original from New Mexico’s Original Craft Brewery. Drink it with pride. It is a full bodied Ruby colored India Pale Ale. With an ABV of 6.6% this IPA is perfect for camping outdoors, or on a bar stool! Check em out at https://santafebrewing.com/ or @santafebrewing on Instagram, and Alex is drinking a Miller Lite. BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Harlem Blue in New York City - Harlem Blue Premium Beer is on a mission to change the way people see craft beer. Their beers are handcrafted to reflect and match the unique diversity of life in New York City. HARLEM BORN. LOCALLY BREWED to reflect and match the unique nonstop work life balance of New York City from a Harlem POV. Harlem Blue looks to celebrate the journey as we all seek to belong and to become. Their foundation stones are simple: always brew with excellence, celebrate the moments that matter, be authentic, and tell their stories through their community. From a quick trip to the corner store, to rushing to the subway for work, or a Sunday brunch. The walk is different. The style is effortless. The hustle is innate. Check em out at https://www.harlemblue.com/ or on Instagram @harlembluebeer
61 minutes | Mar 13, 2021
The One About Misogyny- WEEKEND BONUS
Episode 42- On today's bonus episode of Pillow Talk With Bros, Rob & I talk about how we have seen misogyny take place on the new app Clubhouse, why men feel the need to talk over women, the subtle difference between sexism and misogyny, and reflect on whether or not we have participated in mansplaining behaviors. Drink of the Day- Joe is drinking a Hop Nosh IPA from Uinta Brewing in Salt Lake City, UT. This flagship IPA boasts an assertive bitterness and vibrant hop aromatics. Expect notes of pine, lime zest, and grapefruit supported by caramel malts. At 7.3% ABV, it squeezes into Bro Beer Status. Check em out at http://www.uintabrewing.com/ or @uintabrewing on Instagram. BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK- Spaceway Brewery in Rocky Mount, NC is a nod to Afrofuturism; which seeks to imagine a future in which minorities who are scarcely represented in pop culture are depicted as leading characters. As in pop culture images of the future minorities are scarcely represented in the craft beer industry. Spaceway Brewing Company is unique in that its goal is to not only reinvent simple and full- flavored craft-brewed beer, but to create a sense of community through craft brewing education, innovation, activities/festivals, and community ownership, in addition to helping to change the industry’s approach toward inclusion of minorities. Check em out at https://www.spacewaybrewing.com/ or @spaceway_brewing on Instagram Rob's Book Recommendation is "The Way of the Superior Man" by David Deida and the Music Artist he is a big fan of is Big Sean.
61 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
If You Build It They Will Come!
Episode 41 - In today's episode of Pillow Talk With Bros, Joe and his guest Chris talk about what skills they know, why men have a need to fix things, and if they feel any shame for not knowing how to fix things around the house. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Fresh Sesh IPA, a true American IPA by Bewilder Brewing located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Hopped with Warrior, Citra and Mosaic, and then is dry hopped with Mosaic and Citra. This beer isn't super bitter, but it is hop forward with fresh citrus fruity flavors that are very bright. Check them out at https://bewilderbrewing.com or on Instagram @bewilderbeer BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Round 21- Founder Jasmine Maietta had the idea for round21 in 2018, after spending decades around athletes, entrepreneurs, musicians, and entertainers who love sports. "We (athletes) were expressing our identity with art on hoodies & sneakers, but what we played with remained a blank canvas." Jasmine created round21 to celebrate the originality within each player through art and to bring people together through play. Check out their work at www.round21.com
78 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Conversation is Lubrication!!
Episode 40 - On today's episode of Pillow Talk with Bros, Joe and his guest Ana talk about what kind of sex education they received, whether they feel they have the space to initiate conversation in their sexual interactions, and whether or not we are responsible for our own pleasure. If you want to check out Ana's sex coach check her out on instagram @iamjocelynsilva Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a White Rainbow White India Pale Ale from Red Rock Brewery located in Salt Lake City, Utah. BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Ivy's Tea Co. is owned and operated by first-generation herbalist and Tea Bae, Shanae. The decision to study herbalism came when she decided to learn more about living off the land and using the land for healing. The brand launched in 2016, and since then has transformed into the Hip-Hop inspired tea company you shop from today. Through Ivy's Tea., Shanae hopes to change the way you see tea drinkers and introduce more African holistic health remedies into the holistic health industry. The goal is to make the industry as inclusive and reflective and acception of all cultures as Hip-Hop. Check them out at www.ivystea.com or on instagram @ivysteaco
94 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
The One About Consent
Episode 39 - Today's guest is Drew Drake. He is an Actor, Poet and Educator from Huntsville Alabama; focused on creating art that facilitates healthy dialogue for people of color. His biggest inspirations are Zora Neale Hurston and Fannie Lou Hamer. Drew is currently teaching with Urban Word NYC ( Poetry and Literary Arts Empowerment) , Illuminart (Arts and Theatre Organization working with middle schools and High Schools in Staten Island) and Rehabilitation through the Arts ( Arts Empowerment organization Prisons in NY State) teaching at Taconic Womens Correctional Facility. His teaching focuses on eliminating the elitism of eurocentric and white-centered art, and creating more accessibility to different mediums of art for POCs by using Hip Hop and Black Culture as an tool of exploration of English Language Arts and Creative Writing. Drew also released an EP " Dope Boys Love Hondas" in January and is working on a follow up " Untitled" EP set to release this fall. Learn more at www.thedrewdrake.com Joe and Drew do a deep dive about the topic of consent. They talk about the history of the word consent, the first laws passed that mentioned consent, yielding to someone else's right, power or will to oppose, how women are not objects, how we can normalize consent in everyday interactions, what consent means to them, and if they remember ever being taught about consent. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Tastes Like Citrus IPA from 2 Row Brewing, a family-owned local brewery in Midvale, Utah. Check 'em out! BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Urban Word NYC. Urban Word NYC champions the voices of New York City youth by providing platforms for critical literacy, youth development and leadership through free and uncensored writing, college prep and performance opportunities. They serve aspiring young writers from across New York City’s five boroughs. It’s target population reflects the makeup of the public institutions from which they are largely drawn (40% African American, 20% Latino, 18% Asian/Pacific Islander, 15% White, 5% Middle Eastern and 2% Other), over 95% of which attend Title I schools (free or reduced lunch). In addition, UW also serves youth in homeless shelters or alternative incarceration facilities and hosts events for young people in a range of community centers, religious spaces and commercial venues across the city. Check them out at https://www.urbanwordnyc.org or on Instagram @urbanwordnyc If you want to check out some of the articles Joe references in the episode check out the sites below: https://youngmenshealthsite.org/guides/sexual-consent/ https://www.gq.com/story/mens-consent-questions-answered
120 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Can I Get Yo Number!? Part 2
Episode 38 - Today we are bringing back Ariella Serur, the @queerdatingcoach, and she is on a mission to transform the dating pool into one we enthusiastically want to jump into. Heavily influenced by non-monogamy, she rallies against *finding your person* and instead wants you to *find your person-al worth* regardless of your relationship status. Ariella helps LGBTQIA+ folks in all stages of their dating journeys understand themselves and communicate better, so that we all become the studs we seek to seduce. We talk about what dating means in the time of covid, how to take the high stakes out of dating, how to be open to connection, the 4 quadrants of people that we have to find dates, and a little deep dive in someone Joe was interested in and how he can initiate asking that person out. Drink of the Day - It's still dry January, so drink your water people!!!! BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK -Theopolis Vineyards, owner and founder, Theodora R. Lee aka Theo-patra, Queen of the Vineyards, a bold and dynamic Texan and San Francisco trial lawyer, is now bottling her own award winning wines. Theopolis vineyards is a small lot vineyard and hand-crafted winery located in California’s prestigious Yorkville Highlands of the Anderson Valley. Situated along Highway 128 in southeastern Mendocino County near the border of Sonoma County, the AVA is a highly elevated, rugged interior wine-growing area. Established in 2003, Wine Critic Robert Parker bestowed upon wine made from grapes harvested from Theopolis Vineyards a stellar rating of 94-96 points, a spectacular showing for the vintner’s first harvest in 2006. Check em out at https://www.theopolisvineyards.com
99 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Can I Get Your Number!?
Episode 37 - Today's episode of Pillow Talk with Bros features Ariella Serur (she/her), and she is on a mission to transform the dating pool into one we enthusiastically want to jump into. Heavily influenced by non-monogamy, she rallies against *finding your person* and instead wants you to *find your person-al worth* regardless of your relationship status. Ariella helps LGBTQIA+ folks in all stages of their dating journeys understand themselves and communicate better, so that we all become the studs we seek to seduce. Check her out on Instagram, @queerdatingcoach. We discuss victories in initiating conversation with someone we like, memorable "fall on our face" moments, and the important topic of consent when it comes to kissing and initiation of conversation in general. You don't want to miss this! Drink of the Day - Water- MOST OF US understand that hydration is crucial for our health. Despite the universal acceptance on the importance of hydration, people across our blue planet, at all ages, live their lives at levels of hydration significantly below what leading organizations recommend. even mild levels of dehydration our physical and emotional abilities can be significantly affected. In fact, the functionality of several organs, our cognitive ability and our mood are hindered to an alarming degree if our body’s total water content drops by as little as 1%. So drink your water people! Information provided by https://www.waterlogic.com/en-us/resources/human-hydration-are-we-drinking-enough/ BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Ethel's Club is a Black-woman founded “social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color both online and IRL.” It's a social-meets-wellness-meets-creative hub for people of color—and until its Brooklyn venue reopens, you sign up for a digital membership to access to all kinds of wellness sessions, live-streamed healing classes, and other events. Instagram: @ethelsclub Website: https://msha.ke/ethelsclub/
42 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
On the Second Day of Xmas the Beer I Got to Drink!
Episode 36 - In this episode of Pillow Talk With Bros, Joe and his guest Alex, continue their Beer Advent Calendar for the holiday season, as they make their way through a different beer everyday leading up to Xmas! They tell you their thoughts about each beer by going through the different qualities of beer according to a brewer taste testing guide, and they also ruminate on something they'd like to focus on for 2021 that will help them be better men. Advent Beer Day 2 - Today, Alex and Joe are drinking a Christmas Ale from Bells Brewery in Comstock, Michigan. A traditional Scottish Ale rich and malty with notes of caramel and has a warm finish. Certain to make any occasion festive, or at least a bit more bearable.
31 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
24 BEERS OF XMAS!
Episode 35 - In this episode of Pillow Talk With Bros, Joe and his guest Alex, will be starting a Beer Advent Calendar for the holiday season, and will be drinking a different beer everyday leading up to Xmas! They tell you their thoughts about each beer by going through the different qualities of beer according to a brewer taste testing guide, and they also ruminate on something they'd like to focus on for 2021 that will help them be better men. Advent Beer Day 1 - Vanilla Cherry Stout from Central Waters Brewing Company out of Amherst, WI. This luscious and dark libation is awash with the tartness of real Wisconsin cherries, smoothed out with soft hints of vanilla and aged in bourbon barrels. Check it out!
75 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
They're Just Not That Into You...Part 2!
Episode 34 - Thank you for tuning in to Part 2 of our live-streamed episode, “They’re Just Not That Into You." Last week, Brandon and I talked about being attracted to people who are unavailable, emotionally or otherwise. People who treated us poorly, and who were simply not interested in us, and why we think we conveniently keep getting attracted to the least convenient people. During our livestream episode we had a guest caller call in whose screen name was JLo, and we have a great conversation with him about how he wishes his generation of men would have been taught to express their feelings more as he tells us all about growing up in the 70's, what lessons his father passed onto him, and what lessons he tries to pass onto his children now that he is a father.
102 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
They're Just Not That Into You...Challenge ACCEPTED! Part 1
Episode 33 - On today's episode of Pillow Talk With Bros LIVE, Joe brings on his friend Brandon to talk about the frustrating topic of falling for the wrong people. They grapple with questions like, why are we attracted to people who are unavailable, emotionally or otherwise? How do you handle people who treat you poorly? Or, are the people you're falling for simply aren’t interested in you? Why does this happen? Why do we conveniently keep getting attracted to the least convenient people? Brandon and I cover all this and more in this two part series, so make sure you listen next week for part two! Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Hopethetical IPA from Proper Brewing Co. out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Chock full of tropical hops flavor and aroma, but none of the bitterness. A little oats and wheat lend the beer body, and plenty of fruit-forward hops added only during the later stages of the brewing process brings you a round well-balanced, softly juicy, and aromatic brew. Their team cultivates a work culture founded on principles of inclusion and respect, embraces the cultivation of knowledge, creativity, and innovation, and engage in meaningful participation with local communities, including local industries, consumers, vendors, and producers. Check them out at www.properbrewingco.com BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - The holiday season is upon us, so we want to give you ideas on gifts you can buy from small businesses, and our focus today is Aromaology on Etsy out of Beverly Hills California- Handmade Bath Body and Home Fragrance Products, they are ecologically conscious and committed to help save our planet. They plant a tree in collaboration with ForestNation for every purchase you make. Their goal as of right now is to plant 1000 trees in Haiti and Tanzania.They have planted 10 trees and look forward to hitting our goal. All of their items in their shop are handmade by the owner, Daisy Kimbro, which are high quality all natural bath, body, skincare and home fragrance products handmade in her LA studio. They use a plethora of beneficial skin oils, butters and botanicals that are ethical, sustainable and cruelty-free ingredients. Their Collection includes Soy candles, body butters, bath body hair & massage oil, scrubs, lavender sachets, spa gift baskets, sage sprays and smudging sticks. Check out the shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Aromaology
102 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
For Your Health!
Episode 32 - Joe invites his friend, Alyssa, onto the podcast and they talk about building healthy habits, and how our own tendencies can help or hurt our journey to building healthy habits. They examine their own tendencies by using Gretchen Rubin's program "The Four Tendencies," and talk about how to build accountability for ourselves so our tendencies don't get in the way of building the life we want. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a "Put the IPA in the Coconut" from Epic Brewery. With coconut added twice, once on the brew kettle and again in the fermenter, this IPA combines the perfect blend of fresh coconut with the indistinguishable hop character of several tropical fruits to create an excellent beer for you sip while your feet are kicked back. Check it out! BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - With tight run off races in Georgia, we wanted to amplify a business called Fair Fight. Fair Fight promotes fair elections in Georgia and around the country, encourage voter participation in elections, and educates voters about elections and their voting rights. Fair Fight brings awareness to the public on election reform, advocates for election reform at all levels, and engages in other voter education programs and communications. Founded by Stacey Abrams after witnessing the gross mismanagement of the 2018 election by the Secretary of State’s office, Abrams launched Fair Fight to ensure every American has a voice in our election system through programs such as Fair Fight 2020, an initiative to fund and train voter protection teams in 20 battleground states. Over the course of her career, Abrams has founded multiple organizations devoted to voting rights, training and hiring young people of color, and tackling social issues at both the state and national levels. In 2019, she launched Fair Count to ensure accuracy in the 2020 Census and greater participation in civic engagement, and the Southern Economic Advancement Project, a public policy initiative to broaden economic power and build equity in the South. Check them out at fairfight.com to donate or volunteer.
107 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
The ElectBROal College- Election Night 2020 Live Stream Flashback!
Episode 31 - In case you missed it, we did a special Live Stream Election Night Episode! Join Joe and the Bros as they field calls from people in key battleground states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Colorado. We are going to look at early election results, talk about polling numbers, why 2020 is so much different than 2016, and where we were when we found out Trump won in 2016. We also get a call from someone in the UK who only goes by Kaps, and he talks about how the media is brainwashing us, bullshit elections, how America is such a worse country than Great Britain, and leaves us with a very motivational message of take a piss, have a laugh, forget about the bullshit and only think of yourself. *Kaps opinions do not express the views of the Bros here at Pillow Talk* Get all the early pillow talk about election night in America with the Bros! Don't forget a drink...we'll need it!
105 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Episode 30 - On this week's episode of Pillow Talk with Bros, Joe and his guest Dylan talk about the stigmas surrounding men in female dominated occupations, and the psychological impact that can have on our search for identity. We wrestle with questions surrounding whether we have to worry about being taken seriously, if we feel forced to assert a traditional view of masculinity, and if we feel more pressure to succeed. We also chat about perceptions of men who do yoga, what it was like being men in theatre, and the big game between Nebraska and Thee Ohio State University. Drink of the Day - Joe is drinking a Ruby Hard Cider from Mountain West Hard Cider out of Salt Lake City, UT- A crisp 6.8% alcohol by volume hard apple cider for year-round enjoyment and everyday get-togethers, and Dylan is drinking a Strongbow Original Dry Hard Cider. Check 'em out! BIPOC Business of the Week - Today we'd like to throw some love to Fresh Seed Glow. Men, you’ve got skin too! And if you’re body is a temple, we need to take care of all of it. Fresh Seed glow is an Etsy company who crafts products that are made with natural and organic plant based ingredients designed to pamper the skin from head to toe. All products are chemical-free, and handmade in small batches in Brooklyn, N.Y. They have everything from Shea Butters, face moisturizers, body and massage oils, and Hand and Body scrubs. So check them out on Etsy at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FreshSeedGlow
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