Tag Archives: stereotypes

OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 27 – Rich J.



Skateboarding & punk music, everyone is creative, self-absorption is the new rule, saved by a cell phone, nepotism, impacts of early choices, safety in numbers, doing what you love, and much, much more…


OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 26 – Melissa B.



Old stuff, the desert, California born, San Francisco speakeasies, acting out of anger, diseased thinking, need for animals, spiritual callings, happiness, work, stop buying stuff, and much, much more…


Hypocrite’s Corner – Session One



Come with me, as I reflect on a brief sampling of shame-inducing behaviors. It’ll be fun!


OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 18 – Peter A.



Intense music teachers, cultural customs, bad cabby, empathy through self-reflection, both ends of the cycle of life, letting kids be, and much, much more…


OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 16 – Ken B.



Synchronized gulping, choosing a path, predestination vs. dumb luck, twins have powers, monkey friends, Fortnite, privilege, pluralism of ideas, school lunches, the especialness of holy sites, labels don’t fit, growing up is hard, runaway turtle, and much, much more…


OUTSPOKEN – Ep. 7 – Eva L.



Plastic garbage, gendered professions, girl ninjas, donuts, anthropomorphization, Babe, cartoon racism, word play w/ Eva Langman, Russians, stereotypes, climate and culture, cars, text painting, brown, teaching empathy, horror vs. sci-fi, blue velvet, and much, much more…