All the way from Portugal, Chris Corsini is joining Kaitlyn in her Nashville studio just for THIS podcast. Chris is an astrologer, intuitive genius, ASL interpreter, fellow Canadian Gemini, and Kaitlyn’s favorite person to follow on Instagram. This multi-hyphenate powerhouse is here to explain everything we need to know about astrology. From what your sign can tell you to the power of the moon to what the heck a node is and why it is so important (especially right now). Chris provides some useful insight on how to use this energetic shift to realize what doesn't work for you anymore and stand in your truth. Whether you are already an astrology buff, just dabbling, or have no idea what any of it means – you can take something away from this conversation.
Kaitlyn and her mom, Leslie EDITH, were two booked and busy b!tches in Italy last week – and they are here to talk about it! What started as Kaitlyn’s birthday gift to Leslie turned into the trip of a lifetime for this mother-daughter duo. They talk about their magical air balloon ride in Tuscany, the mystical memories made in the historical churches, and what happens when you take (a little too much) melatonin before a wine tasting tour. These two had the best time! It was a week full of singing show tunes, avoiding garlic (you’ll find out why), and a few confession-worthy mishaps that they ALMOST forgot to share. It’s just a feel-good episode with our favorite Canadian beauty, Momma B.
About half the population has one, and yet there is STILL shame? We’re talkin’ vaginas, Vinos! Lo Bosworth joins Kaitlyn in NY to share what she’s learned as the founder of an incredible women’s wellness brand, Love Wellness. From vaginal health to business advice and everything in between, these two talk about destigmatizing discharge, why women’s health is so reactive, and how the brain, gut, and vagina are all in cahoots. (Who knew?) This episode is packed with so many tidbits of knowledge, it’s the education we wish we had in school. Plus, Lo and Kaitlyn get into the challenges of entrepreneurship, the importance of self-care, and the luxury of having a good night's sleep. Oh, and Lo tries convincing KB to hop on the Sex and the City train – will she do it? Who knows! Cheers to celebrating womanhood and kicking vaginal stigma out the door!
Yascha Mounk, author of The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power In Our Time, sits down with Bridget to discuss the rise of a set of ideas about race, gender, and sexual orientation in the last 10 years that have changed the world. They talk about his worries over getting cancelled for writing the book, how the topic is slightly less controversial than it was 12 months ago, why the stakes are very high, how separating kids at school based on race will probably result in more racism not less, the truth about the Covid vaccine distribution, the allure of the identity trap and why it is counterproductive. They also cover the danger of being reactionary when your own side turns on you, why we need to construct our own understanding of opposing racism and operate from the point of view of our own principles and ideals, being accused of both-sidesism, the cultural appropriation debate, why we’re going to be in this fight for the next 20 to 25 years, Yascha's definition of "woke," and how writing the book has given him greater clarity for how to articulate his own ideals.
DESCRIPTION: Paula Scanlan, former University of Pennsylvania swimmer and team member with transgender athlete Lia Thomas, sits down with Bridget to discuss her experience on the team, her decision to speak up about the controversial issue, and ultimately testifying before Congress. She and Bridget talk about how the university tried to silence the athletes, being unable to express discomfort or feelings of unfairness, being told that they are the ones with the problem, waiting for the adults in the room to step in, and making the difficult decision to speak up even when she knew the backlash she'd face would be brutal. They cover the pressure of group think, why all of this coming on the heels of Covid made it so much worse, teaching young women not to trust themselves, why this issue should not be a political one, the worry of being fired for her viewpoints, hearing from a lot of young women who are scared, how Paula's sexual assault red pilled her, and her work to enact policy change with the Independent Women's Forum.
MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman chat with Kia's Long Range Strategy & Planning Manager - Steve Kosowski! The guys discuss the Charging Alliance, Kia's EV6, EV6 GT, EV9 SUV, Solid State Batteries, hydrogen power, Kia's Carbon Neutral mission, current challenges, and the future outlook for the EV Market.
Mitchell Jackson, founder and lead communications strategist at BCC Communications, returns to the show for a conversation with Bridget about public relations, weathering scandals, the different approaches to take, what PR firms do wrong; including not paying attention to the internet or new media, not providing media training to their clients, not developing contacts within media organizations, and ultimately not delivering results. They also discuss people who make a business out of being cancelled, why LGBT marketing is a needle to thread and how to do it without alienating your current audience, how people in California have no idea what is happening in the rest of the country, what's really behind LGBTQ activists doubling down on trans issues, how left media and right media depend on each other to create controversies between them, why Mitchell believes the economy will decide whether Trump is president again, and why the term "activist" should not be synonymous with "expert." Sign up for Mitchell's newsletter here: TheBCCnewsletter.substack.com
Actor Matthew Lillard is in studio to chat about his newest whiskey, Quests End: Paladin, which is based off of Matthew’s love for Dungeons and Dragons. Adam and Matt then laugh about how ‘RPG’ means different things to each of them before Adam bounces a few ideas off Matt to improve one’s life. The guys then chat about women’s attachment to purses and Adam presents a theory as to why they are so important for females. The guys then talk about underappreciating their youth in the moment. Next, comedian Paul Virzi joins the show. Adam shares a clip from The Partridge Family which reminded him of climate change scare tactics from his youth. Paul then shares a harrowing encounter from his recent stay at a Burbank hotel and argues as to why political parties shouldn’t matter when it comes to finding solutions for terrible crimes. Lastly, the guys chat about Taylor Swift’s influence on the NFL and Michael Jordan entering the Forbes 400 with his new net worth.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) welcomes fan-favorite, Dave Smith, back onto the show to talk about McCarthy’s recent ousting in Congress, the odd happenings at the last Republican Presidential debate, and what it’s like to encounter Twitter crazies who take things way too far.
Air Taxis by 2025!? Yep! Electric Aerial Ridesharing is just around the corner. MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman chat with Joby Aviation's Marketing, Communications & Brand Leader, Oliver Walker-Jones, about the Joby Aircraft & Electric Aerial Ridesharing service coming in 2025!