October 9, 2019
EP. 412 — 412: Allyson Felix Calls Out Nike, Supreme Court Considers Title VII for LGBTQ
Erin returns from Greece to share her experiences abroad! She discusses decorated track star Allyson Felix, who not only set the record for most gold medals shortly after having a baby, but who also publicized the duplicity of former sponsor Nike’s “support” for female athletes while simultaneously denying them maternity leave. Then, Bryan talks about the Supreme Court’s current consideration of whether the Civil Rights Act protects LGBTQ workers, highlighting two specific cases in which people have had their lives upended after being fired over their sexuality.
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This episode is sponsored by Shame On You podcast.
June 30, 2021
EP. 502 — 502: Gavin Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board, Gay Couple Wins Pennridge Prom, Victoria’s Secret Rebrand
Bryan discusses the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear a case concerning transgender students being allowed to use a bathroom that reflects their gender identity. Then, Erin talks about a high school prom that crowned two queens (switching to the gender-neutral “Prom Royalty”) and the attempt by Victoria’s Secret to rebrand with “ambassadors” instead of “angels”. This is the last ATTITUDES! hosted on Earwolf. Thanks for the memories!!
June 24, 2021
The first was such a hit, please enjoy this re-run of episode 138 with a very special origin story. See you next week with a new ep!
June 16, 2021
Favorite moments and more on the 500th episode of ATTITUDES! Bryan gives a much-needed recap of love & prison escapes in the latest Dateline. Then, he covers the history of the pride flag as written about in the article “How Many Versions of the Pride Flag Are There Now?” by Juwan J. Holmes. Later, Erin recounts the accusations of sexual misconduct that have come out against leadership in the People of Praise organization of Christian communities.