Uncomfortable topics, unconventional viewpoints and thought-provoking conversations about life, love, relationships and more with some of your favorites from Bachelor Nation. Take a deep dive into critical subjects addressed on your favorite Bachelor franchise series with Bachelor Nation's Mike Johnson and Dr. Bryan Abasolo. They’ll pick up right where the show leaves off to break down topical issues, cultural moments and personal stories that are just too big to fit the screen. Join the conversation along with our special guest every week as we learn, reflect and talk it out!
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I usually like this show, but I found parts of the interview with Ben to be really uncomfortable. The part where Bryan asked Ben about his thoughts on Lauren being seen with Candace Owens was awkward and unnecessary. She’s a conservative influencer, so what? Everyone has their own political views and that’s what makes this America. He literally tried to make Ben feel bad for once being engaged to someone who once hung out with Candace Owens who isn’t even remotely a bad human.
Kelly with her many publicists all was birthed from a TV show. What matters ...... influencing, or educating?
Love having Rachel on here so cool to hear her she is so wise and just a pleasure to listen to!
This podcast has ruined what I thought were two of my favorite people in the bachelor world. The sexism is so gross. I physically cringed where they talked about how they would never talked their wives last name - it was so crazy. Honestly turned me off so much i’ll never listen again. Love perpetuating the patriarchy and the stereotype of a women being subsumed into her husband, being taken as her husbands property. Without even acknowledging that’s where the tradition that they both hold so hi... more
For a show who’s listeners are mostly (if not entirely) women, Bryan and Mike spewing hypocritical and misogynistic double standards (see episode discussing women taking their husbands last names) feels at the very least, inconsiderate, and surely tone-deaf these days. I’m done listening. more
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Talking It Out launched 2 years ago and published 81 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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