Smart people like to talk about smart things. But we also like to talk about dumb things...really dumb things. Sesana and Bri cover both. “Ya, but who cares?” offers research on youth culture, economic, and political topics we all obsess over. We also offer ways to read beyond the headline or “click-bait” inviting our favorite experts, creatives and entrepreneurs to help inform our opinions. We strive to help our audience gain nuanced perspectives on fundamental societal issues through digestible research and lively discussions. For the aspirational person, who wants to be informed and improve, but can't resist some good gossip.
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In this episode, Bri and Sesana open up about their guilty pleasures and why we sometimes enjoy doing things others might frown upon. They delve into embracing those secret indulgences that make us feel good. Whether it be trashy reality TV, going go... more
I have loved following Sesana and BriS journey over the past 2 years. I feel like I am growing up alongside them as they navigate their careers! Love the diversity of guests too
Bri and Ses bring a lot of value to millenials and Gen Z’ers trying to navigate life. Continue to stay focused on finance, relationships, and overall health. Those are the topics that are most relevant to your audience.
Best podcast I’ve listened to in years, a refreshing perspective from Zillenials on modern relationships. Very insightful and well-researched.
Sesana and Bri are my new primary care physicians. Love these women. Love this show.
Amazing pod! It’s so fun hearing about both Bri and Sesana’s lives, especially with the recent solo episode. Would love to hear more about Sesana and her relationship, and if anything with the “suit man” narrative pushed by barstool came up at the start of the relationship
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ya, but who cares? launched 2 years ago and published 40 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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