Erin and Bryan revel in the joyous circumstances of the week with a heaping dose of ATTITUDES! First, Bryan discusses a new court ruling that states falsely claiming someone is gay does not legally constitute “defamation per se.” Then, Erin covers a Supreme Court decision allowing the FDA to continue enforcing restrictions on abortion drug mifepristone, despite easing regulations on other essential medications during the pandemic.
On this week’s ATTITUDES! Erin profiles some of the women in the US government who need to be kicked out after inciting and supporting the insurgency in the Capitol building. Then, Bryan covers a last jab by the Trump administration’s Health Department stripping LGBTQ+ people from legal protections against discrimination.
Attention shoppers! This episode, Erin heads to La Montanita in Santa Fe. Then, Bryan finds less really is more at Food 4 Less. Email us at email@example.com!
On this week’s ATTITUDES! Bryan covers a story about a gay party boat in defiance of COVID-19 guidelines that sank in Mexico, with footage emerging on social media from the @GaysOverCovid Instagram account. Then, Erin discusses a protest by the Satanic Temple against abortion restrictions by using the very same religious exemption rules that have curtailed access in the US.
This week Bryan heads to Ralphs, Erin explores Ai Oa, and YOU get to hear about a soup that will break your dick off. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Christmas Extravaganza! Guests Jessica Chaffin, Orlando Soria, Julie Goldman, Brandy Howard, Trixie Mattel, Ira Madison III, Dave Holmes, Charles Rogers, Nina Parker, and Paul F. Tompkins (Re-release)
Bryan and Erin get warm and cozy by the fire in the newly constructed Chateau Shade as they await the guests to their holiday party extravaganza! Jessica Chaffin and Orlando Soria drop by share low-budget gift advice and hot Christmas Tree Tips. Then, Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard stop in to chat about their fav presents growing up, and Ira Madison III gives his take on the best entertainment and pop culture 2017 had to offer. The party continues as Dave Holmes and Charles Rogers make appearances to talk holiday highlights and to supply a steamy playlet for all to perform, and Nina Parker arrives to discuss the latest in politics and her stylish solo trip to France. Plus, an attempted visit from the big man himself! Happy Holidays!
Dec 30, 2020
1 hr 37 min
Erin is joined by guest co-host Brandon Kyle Goodman to tell you why Santa is problematic on this week’s ATTITUDES! Then, an update on the safety and financial barriers for trans people trying to change their legal names in New Jersey. Later, Erin shares a new survey with alarming statistics about women not interested in getting vaccinated for COVID-19, and the ways in which Facebook (as usual) is contributing to the problem.
Dec 23, 2020
This elderberry-jam packed episode features IKEA, Brentwood Country Mart, Sabrina Jalees, Ashley Tisdale, and MORE. Email us at email@example.com!
Dec 20, 2020
On this week’s ATTITUDES! Erin discusses the misogynistic hit piece on First Lady-elect Dr. Jill Biden from the Wall Street Journal, and why it’s unsurprising given the hateful history of the article's author. Then, Bryan explores “America’s biggest homophobe” Michele Bachmann’s recent and explosive claims that Satan not only stole her vote, but also specifically chose 2020 as the year to snatch democracy away from the people.
Dec 16, 2020
Where Wealthy Kelly Loeffler Puts Her Money, Formaldehyde in Brazilian Blowout, Female Non-Regular Workers in Japan
Looking for the creepiest location to get your holiday gift shopping done? Erin knows just the place! On this week’s ATTITUDES! Bryan talks about the filthy rich Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s meaningless pledge to donate her salary to certain (anti-LGBTQ+ and anti-abortion) statewide charities. Then, Erin discusses the recent revelation that Brazilian Blowout hair treatment contains a significant amount of the chemical formaldehyde before shifting into a story highlighting how women are more likely to be categorized as “non-regular workers” under Japanese employment law, and why that must change.
Dec 9, 2020