February 5, 2020

EP. 429 — 429: Victoria’s Secret’s Secret, Coca-Cola & Switzerland’s LGBTQ Referendum, Iowa Caucus

This week on Throwing Shade, Erin delves into an expose by the New York Times on bullying and harassment by executives Ed Razek and Leslie Wexner behind the scenes at Victoria’s Secret. Then, Bryan discusses the involvement of Coca-Cola in Switzerland’s upcoming referendum vote on whether to criminalize homophobia. Plus, “results” from the Iowa Caucus and that viral clip of a voter SHOCKED to discover the truth about Pete Buttigieg.


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