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Hi, I'm Candice Horbacz I believe that life is messy and that's okay, that thinking for yourself is rare but necessary, and that we should always be expanding our curiosity. This podcast aims to have conversations that are thought provoking and challenge you to become a critical thinker.

Hi, I'm Candice Horbacz I believe that life is messy and that's okay, that thinking for yourself is rare but necessary, and that we should always be expanding our curiosity. This podcast aims to have conversations that are thought provoking and challenge you to become a critical thinker.


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Hi, I'm Candice Horbacz I believe that life is messy and that's okay, that thinking for yourself is rare but necessary, and that we should always be expanding our curiosity. This podcast aims to have conversations that are thought provoking and challenge you to become a critical thinker.






#38 Keisha Grey

Keisha Grey is a highly acclaimed former adult star with more than 1.5 million fans on Instagram. Her meteoric rise to become one of the most sought-after actresses in the industry was not without a few hiccups, though. First, Keisha battled addiction, and her fall from grace led to a short stint at Dunkin Donuts. Nonetheless, her determination to kick out the habit and subsequent journey to sobriety is a story of perseverance, gratitude, and love. Interestingly, Keisha is our most requested...


#37 Aella- Monogamy, Polyamory, and Sex Work

Aella is one of OnlyFans' most successful creators. Aella was homeschooled in a fundamentalist Christian household. After leaving home and finding herself unable to afford college, she found herself in a series of demoralizing jobs, the worst of which included working in a windowless factory and being exposed to sunlight for only two days every week. She escaped that awful life through camgirling and escorting. She briefly worked in the "safe for work" sector before returning to porn and...


#36 Dr. Tommy John- Wellness, Diet, and Healing

Our bodies are unique, and the way one person’s body heals might not necessarily work for you. Which begs the question, how much control do you have on your wellness? Are you the type that follows other people’s practices without analyzing whether they can work for you? According to Dr. Tommy, the more control we have over our wellness, the better outcomes we can expect. However, this does not mean you should stop taking those wellness classes or cancel all coaching subscriptions; what that...


#35 Sall Grover- CEO of Giggle a platform for women

Chatting with Candice Sall Grover Episode Run Time: 01:24:27 Sall Grover is a former Hollywood screenwriter and CEO of Giggle, a female-only app that connects women worldwide for freelance work, activism, and emotional support, all without unwanted interruptions and misogynistic abuse. Grover was inspired to launch the app after bearing years of sexual abuse during her time in Hollywood. In this episode, we discuss the importance of having a women-only app, dealing with transitions, and...


#34 Tera Patrick

Chatting with Candice Tera Patrick Episode Run Time: 02:21:06 Since her on-screen debut in 1999, Tera Patrick transitioned from an adult content star into a renowned businesswoman and worldwide brand. She is the owner of the Teravision INC production company and runs the famous website Tera Patrick is the only woman ever to be featured on both covers of the Playboy Magazine and Penthouse magazine simultaneously and was crowned runners-up Penthouse pet of the year in...


#33 Dom Joly- Catfish and Comedy

Chatting with Candice Dom Joly Episode Run Time: 00:55:19 Dom Joly is a multi-award-winning English comedian and travel writer known for his smash hit Trigger Happy TV, a hidden camera show that aired in more than 80 countries worldwide. He is also a former diplomat, and political producer turned columnist writing for the Independent and The Sunday Times. In this episode, I talk to Dom about his books, travel writing adventures, thoughts on conspiracy theories, and his recent encounter...


#32 Phil Demers- Saving Smooshi

Chatting with Candice Phil Demers Episode Run Time: 01:32:01 Phil Demers is a former animal trainer turned activist. He has garnered international attention for his unique bond with a captive walrus named Smooshi. Phil’s story is featured in the 2020 documentary The Walrus and The Whistleblower. In this episode, I talk to Phil about his experience at Marineland, the future of animal captivity, and the Saving Smooshi campaign. [00:01:27] Phil as a Public Persona: Using Social Media and...


#30 Dr. Debra Soh- Fetishes, Sex and Porn Addiction

Chatting with Candice Dr. Debra Soh Episode Run Time: 59:19 Dr. Debra Soh is a neuroscientist who specializes in gender, sex, and sexual orientation. Her writing has appeared in Harper’s Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Globe and Mail, Scientific American, and New York Magazine, among many others. Prior to writing The End of Gender, Debra was a weekly columnist and resident sex scientist for Dr. Soh holds a PhD from York University and was...


#29 Wayne Dupree- Politics, Porn, Politically Homeless

Wayne Dupree is a heavy hitter in the world of political commentary. We hit some pretty fun topics. Follow him on twitter Support the show (


#28 Greg Ellis- Fighting Pirates to FIghting for Fatherhood

Greg Ellis made a splash with his role in Pirates of the Caribbean and now is a powerful voice fighting for fatherhood and exposing the corruption of the divorce courts. Follow Greg and check out his youtube And stay up to date on his upcoming projects Support the show (


#27 James Lindsay- Critical Theory, Fat Activism, Social Justice Warriors

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#26 Scott Barry Kaufman- Neurodiversity, Transcend, and the Jedi quiz

Scott Barry Kaufman is a psychologist, author, and podcaster. His recent book Transcend has been getting a lot of attention for the way that Scott redefines Maslow's hierarchy of needs. In this episode we talk about neurodiversity, self actualization (what the heck that is), redefining intelligence, and whether or not I'm a psychopath. Follow Scott on twitter Here is his website which has more information...


#25 Chrissie Mayr

Comedian Chrissie Mayr and I talk about where comedy is going, if any joke is untouchable, why comedians and pornstars gravitate towards each other, and what inspired her to start getting personal with her audience. Give Chrissie a follow Support the show (


#24 Aubrey Huff- 2x MLB World Series Winner, Father, Patriot

Aubrey Huff is a 2 time MLB World Series winner, patriot, and father of 2. He is an unapologetic tweeter, and really great guy. I was a little nervous for our podcast because I thought it would piss off a lot of people, but it was one of my favorites to date. I really loved getting to know him, and I hope you enjoy this as much as I did! Give Aubrey a follow on twitter Support the podcast Support the show...


#23 Mia Malkova- Happiness, Love, and Twitch

One of the world's top performers joins the podcast and shows a side of herself that most have yet to see. Mia is such a sweetheart and I am so grateful she was willing to be so vulnerable on the episode. Follow Mia on twitter or twitch Support the show (


#21 Michael Gallagher -Waking up, Leaving a cult, and finding spirituality

This week I want to introduce Michael Gallagher. Michael just released his new book Waking up- A guide for transformation. He was inspired by his time growing up in a cult, struggling with addiction, and overcoming his struggles. I really enjoyed getting to know Michael in this episode and I hope you do too. You can purchase his book and learn more about him Support the show (


#22 Gad Saad- The Parasitic Mind

This week I am so lucky to have the one and only Gad Saad join the podcast! We discuss his newest book The Parasitic Mind, postmodernism, and his unwavering dedication to the truth and bravery. Follow Gad on twitter Purchase the Parasitic Mind Support the show...


The Importance of discomfort

This is an unusual update for the podcast, but I felt like it had to be done. I had a few lessons today about the importance of discomfort and what a wonderful teacher it can be and I wanted to share my thought. to support the podcast or watch the episodes. Support the show (


#20 Buck Angel- Tranpa, Icon, Voice of Reason

Buck Angel is such a wonderful person. We only met in passing while I was still in the industry, and I was so excited when he said he would be on the podcast. Buck is an icon in the trans community. He is a voice of reason in what seems to be the age of nonsense. One of the things I respect the most about Buck is how he uses his platform to speak out against all the harmful disinformation around gender, and transitioning. Learn more about Buck (all socials are there as...


#19 Glenny Balls- Barstool Sports

Glenny and I caught up we talked about how he landed his dream job at Barstool sports in a very hilarious way, how I was almost arrested in the south of France, and his new clothing line. I am excited to catch up with him and share a fun and light episode to shake things up! Give Glenny a follow Support the show (