Attorney Lauren Darbouze joins us this week to discuss custody, child support and divorce. Plus, we answer your emails on the subject!
Radio personality Portia Foxx chimed in on the discussion about sticking to the “street code” (Megan Thee Stallion shooting) and responding to fan mail. Email #1: When your Hispanic co-worker uses the N-word in the workplace Email #2: How can “Brian” shoot his shot to his MUCH OLDER neighbor? Plus, Beth Pittinger of the Citizen Police Review BoardContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast (Aug 1) w/ guest Beth Pittinger, Exec. Dir. of the Citizens Police Review Board-Pittsburgh [VIDEO/AUGIO]”
We are joined by a licensed therapist and mental health consultant, Jessica Gurley (LCSW) to discuss women being called the “B-word” (why it’s offensive when men say it and not when women say it), betraying friendships and the recent news stories surrounding Kanye West and mental illness. Check out Parts One, Two, and Three onContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast (July 25) w/ Guest Jessica Gurley, LCSW [AUDIO/VIDEO]”
What do you do when your lesbian lover is terrible in bed? You write us and we try our best to help! See how we do! Click the link for the latest episode of The Hey Girl Hey Podcast.
This week, the subject of racism is addressed along with black lives matter, if black and white people are doing too much, women keeping their guards up too high, managing our trauma, and the OWN Network series “Light Girls”. Click here for the SOUNDCLOUD LINK Find past episodes of The Hey Girl Hey Podcast on Soundcloud,Continue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast “Taming Your Trauma” (June 27) *AUDIO*”
This week, the ladies discuss having “the talk” with your white friends (getting random apologies), rebranding Uncle Bens rice, Aunt Jemima, Cream of Wheat and Mrs. Buttersworth products to make them “less racist”, what is “colorism”? (light skin vs. dark skin), and the meaning of Juneteenth (answering Juneteenth trivia). Find past episodes of The HeyContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast: Happy Juneteenth! [AUDIO]”
On Saturday, May 17th, the Hey Girl Hey Podcast featured two powerful guests that continue to make a difference and impact in the black community. This week, Dr. Judith Moore of the Black Women Roundtable discussed the upcoming webinar for the Pittsburgh-Mon Valley PA area May 28th. The “Solutions Forum” will address the serious issuesContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast: The Fate of Black America”
NEW EPISODE: May 9, 2020 This week, we catch up on one another and how we’re dealing with the last few weeks of coronavirus quarantine. Plus we talk about Michelle Obama’s Netflix documentary “Becoming” (only Ki Ki saw it) and how much they miss the Obama’s in the White House. Criminal Defense Attorney, Amber OwensContinue reading “They Hey Girl Hey Podcast with Special Guest, Amber Owens [Video/Audio]”
This week, LaShawn, Gerri, and Ki Ki are joined by two powerful women in the media and medicine, Kimberly Callaway and Paige Mitchell. The ladies discuss black hair vs COVID 19 (the struggle is real), how a woman is looking for a new man while her current man fights for his life in the hospitalContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast (May 2, 2020) VIDEO/AUDIO”
This week, we are joined by author and artist/creator of Brown Mama Monologues, Muffy Mendoza (Brown Mama Mindset: A Blueprint for Black Moms on Life, Love, and Home), and LaDina Anderson, author of “Killing Grace: A Rise to Restoration“. We discuss the coronavirus pandemic, things we never realized and spending money on dumb sh*t. AbortionContinue reading “The Hey Girl Hey Podcast: Empowered Women, Empower Women Episode [VIDEO/AUDIO]”