September 10, 2020
On this week’s Throwing Shade, Bryan dives into a new Human Rights Campaign report revealing how LGBTQ Americans have been hardest hit by the economic collapse caused by the pandemic. Then, Erin discusses the race for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District and why it is almost certainly going to be won by a homophobic, racist, QAnon-touting candidate. Plus, they talk to Miranda Bailey and Rebecca Odes of TheCherryPicks.com about giving a space to female critics, drawing attention to up-and-coming voices, and must-watch feminist films.
And make sure to check out Deeper Shade of Shade on Stitcher Premium, where Bryan and Erin interview their favorite friends of the show. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com/shade and use promo code ‘SHADE’.
June 30, 2021
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 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.