Live Laugh Loud

Live Laugh Loud

Live Laugh Loud is a spinoff of The Loud Women's Club. We are the unfiltered loud voices for the often silenced voices of BIPOC, women, LGBTQIA, and those on the fringe. Come join us and be LOUD!

Episodes

September 24, 2022 57 min

So much has happened in the last three weeks.  The ladies discus their lives and several news topics. Join the ladies as they delve into the things that blew their minds this month.

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Quiet Quitting. It's a term we have been hearing a lot lately, but is it really something new? Is it really on the employees or do employers have unreasonable standards?  Should it even be called "quitting"? We discuss all this and more in this episode of Live Laugh Loud.

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August 20, 2022 53 min

This week we speak to author Munashe Kaseke about her short story collection Send Her Back and Other Stories. As someone who immigrated from Zimbabwe at the age of 19, she brings to light the struggles found in the intersectionality of being an immigrant, a woman, and more specifically a woman of color.  We loved it! And we're sure you will too.

www.munashekaseke.com 

Twitter Handle: @munashe_kaseke

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August 6, 2022 43 min

Do you have a dream vacation?  Did you go on a vacation this year? Is a "family vacation" really a vacation if you have small children with you?

Join us as we discuss taking a break and what a break actually means.

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July 23, 2022 39 min

Sometimes you just need to celebrate Christmas in July!  The women of LLL thought it was the perfect time to replay the Jingle Balls episode of The Loud Women's Club.

It's that time of year when we feel the societal pressures to be happy and full of joy. But sometimes, that's just not possible. So we bring you a delightful conversation featuring some alternative Christmas movies that might match a darker holiday spirit.

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July 9, 2022 46 min

This week we take on the more recent decisions made by the Supreme Court of the United States and how some of those decisions can affect the daily lives of citizens.

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July 2, 2022 46 min

This week we are joined by two legal legends in the fields of abortion and human rights. Kathryn Kolbert and Julie F. Kay have co-authored a new book, "Controlling Women: What We Must Do Now to Save Reproductive Freedom." With the Supreme Court set to hear a controversial abortion case, could this be the end of protections under Roe V. Wade? Kitty and Julie share their suggestions for the current reproductive rights movemen...

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School's out for Summer!  So... um... what are parents supposed to do with the price of summer camps being SO expensive?

Also, how should we cope with "Don't Say Gay" when the elementary school student has two moms or two dads.  How do we create a safe environment for all of the little ones grow up in a safe environment?

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This week we speak to guest Claire Fuller, a licensed social worker, and Beca's sister.  We delve into the multiple ways trauma can impact lives and ways that people can access mental healthcare
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June 4, 2022 68 min

About a year ago, in the wake of another incidence of gun violence in the U.S., the ladies of the Loud Women's Club discussed gun culture and possible gun reforms.  Nicole, Beca, and Heidi thought is best to replay that conversation after the series of mass shootings that have occured recently.  Our hearts are with the families and friends of those whose lives were cut far to short.  May gun reforms come quickly.

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May 21, 2022 44 min

Unfortunately, Nicole couldn't join us this week but we do have an incredible guest!  Robin Last_Name_Withheld is a reproductive health clinician.  She's here to talk to us about what overturning Roe v. Wade can mean.

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May 7, 2022 49 min
While we were growing up, we kept hearing how a college education was the way to a career and upward mobility.  Is that even true anymore?  How do we get ahead when so many of us have crippling student loans?  What should be done?
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December 11, 2021 38 min

It's that time of year when we feel the societal pressures to be happy and full of joy. But sometimes, that's just not possible. So we bring you a delightful conversation featuring some alternative Christmas movies that might match a darker holiday spirit. Cheers to all our listeners from the Loud Women!

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December 4, 2021 56 min

It's been a couple of weeks since the Loud Women got together, and there is a LOT to talk about. From badly behaved politicians, to   the Rittenhouse and Arbery court cases, to the latest on COVID. We just manage to scratch the surface of all the crazy things happening at the end of 2021. 

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November 27, 2021 58 min

An oldie, but a goodie....we replay our holiday movie episode! Do you have a favorite made-for-TV holiday movie? Or does the genre make you cringe? The Loud Women share their favorite commercials and movies that are bound to set a mood this time of year. Plus we catch up on everyone's Thanksgiving and learn about another brilliant Loud Woman in history. 

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November 20, 2021 50 min

So much about this episode is relevant a year later: The holiday season isn't always filled with joy. In a tumultuous year, many are suffering. The Loud Women look for silver linings from COVID, find hilarity in Thanksgiving traditions, pay tribute to Native American women, and come to grips with a sudden loss. **This episode deals with overdose and depression and could be triggering for some. For information on services 1-800-...

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November 13, 2021 56 min

How are we are STILL talking about voting rights? The Loud Women are joined by Poy Winichakul from The Southern Poverty Law Center who helps us break down a complicated scenario of current voter disenfranchisement, and the need for federal legislation. 

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November 6, 2021 45 min

This week we are joined by two legal legends in the fields of abortion and human rights. Kathryn Kolbert and Julie F. Kay have co-authored a new book, "Controlling Women: What We Must Do Now to Save Reproductive Freedom." With the Supreme Court set to hear a controversial abortion case, could this be the end of protections under Roe V. Wade? Kitty and Julie share their suggestions for the current reproductive rights movemen...

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October 30, 2021 49 min

It's that time of year to tell spooky stories, dress up and eat candy. Half of the U.S. population believe in ghosts, but almost everyone can tell a ghost tale. So sit back, turn down the lights, and let's talk about what scares the S&!T out of us! If you dare.....

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October 23, 2021 46 min

The Loud Women are celebrating ONE YEAR of the podcast, and what a year it's been. Politics, pop culture, and the pandemic are still on the forefront of our discussions. We pull back the curtain and share our favorite moments from our past shows. Plus we announce our Loud Woman of the year. 

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