On this episode, we wanted to change the stories of black fathers in the media by opening the conversation about what our fathers mean to us. Black men are present and engaged fathers who love their children, and this is true for our special guest who stops by to share his story and opinion about being a black father in America.
We attended No Labels Fest this past weekend and had the opportunity to interview a few people who attended, vendors and panelists. For more information about the festival please visit @queensofsociety on IG We apologize in advance for the sound quality.
On this episode we all get a shock that we were not expecting when we go searching through the Backpage ads...can you guess who we found? But before we get to the tea, we discuss Netflix & Chill as the new code word for a hookup, Avery has his own listener letter for us, and we share our opinion on the SESTA/FOSTA bill that led to Craigslist shutting down their Personals section. Grab your condoms and strap up for this episode cause its gone be a ride!
On this week’s episode of the podcast, we take a break from our usual shenanigans and pull a wildcard. On this episode we discuss pop culture, would you rather and some of our favorites…and not so favorites about living in Atlanta.
On this week's episode we discuss interracial dating and colorism in the black community. What Dat Mouth Do: Which female artist brought sexual pleasure and safety to the forefront of hip hop that help shaped the way we look at female sexuality? Love & Situationships: Interracial Dating Topic of The Day: Dark Skin Vs: Light Skin: The Battle Of Colorism In The Black Community
On this week’s episode, we determine who on the cast need their black card revoked, having sex with an older person and if sex gets better with age, dating someone locked up and our take on the N-Word, and its double standard. Ice Breaker: Confessions that could get our black card revoked. What Dat Mouth Do: The cast discuss the oldest person they had sex with and if age plays a role in better sex. Love & Situationship: Dating someone locked up, who on the cast have done it and who on the...
On today’s show we talk about Black Panther Fashion Realness, then we get to read to the stars with our special guest, and we round off the episode with a formal discussion of Bisexuality and its exclusion from the LBGT Community.
We love y'all for real but can we just boycott all boycotts? On this week's episode, the cast shares their opinion on Mo'Nique and Netflix, our favorite or worst college sex story and if we'll tell a friend that we saw their significant other cheating. What Dat Mouth Do: The cast shares their best...or worst college sex story Love and Situationships: If you found out your friend's significant other was cheating would you tell them? Topic of the Day: Should we boycott Netflix and is the...
How do you feel about your body? How does society view the bodies of black men and women? We answer these questions and more on this week’s episode of The Panel ATL, but first, we discuss some of our good…and some of our scary sex dreams.
With just 15 days into the New Year, we had so much to discuss. From Ginuwine’s pony, H&M and that monkey bullshit to Black Mirror and Boondocks seeing into the future. But the most important thing is, we all can't wait till Trump is impeached.
On our first episode of 2018, we discuss #BlackMirror ’s Hang The DJ and if we'll ever be open to a Spiro type dating app. Before ending the show, we revisit some of our past favorite episodes of the podcast which brings some things that some needed to get off their chest.
2017 tried to kill us, but we're back! On the first episode of the new year, we discuss some changes we would like to make in our life for 2018 as well as a relational psychology test that leaves us all shook... but before we get to the New Year New Me bullshit we countdown the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2017 from celebrities, movies, and music.
This week on the panel, the cast discusses the pros and cons of Friends with Benefits and share their most memorable anecdotes. Later, the cast interviews Myles Tha Sixteenth (Myles Mason) and explores the topic of dating while positive in Atlanta.