October 28, 2021

EP. 82 — Amanda Seales

Comedian, writer, and truth-teller Amanda Seales joins Jameela this week to discuss her pandemic breakdown, how she is treated on the internet due being a black woman, light skin privilege vs white privilege, shrinking yourself vs finding your tribe, and persisting.
You can follow Amanda Seales on Instagram and Twitter @amandasealesAnd listen to Amanda’s podcast – Small Doses with Amanda Seales:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/small-doses-with-amanda-seales/id1333316223
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Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re well. I’m all right, other than the fact that humanity continues to be a big, smelly dumpster fire. I am somehow managing to find some of the light. Speaking of light, I think my guest this week is definitely one of the people who illuminates and lightens up the internet for me. I’ve been following her for years and I really admire her. She’s definitely one of the more divisive people on the internet. She’s a she’s a woman and she’s a black woman at that. So it is no surprise that she would be someone that everyone has a lot of opinions about because she does herself to have a very strong opinion, many, many strong opinions, and she does not hold back. Her name is Amanda Seales, and you should definitely follow her on Instagram, and you should definitely listen to her podcast. It’s called Small Doses with Amanda Seales. I’ve been fol

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