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The Bachelor's Ashley and Lauren Iaconetti and reality TV producer Naz Perez don't get a lot about this world. These three outspoken millennials discuss the most embarrassing topics openly and honestly. Relationships, men, sex, virginity dating in the tech age, pop culture, and everyday annoyances, these ladies cover it all, and with no filter or shame! Bachelor alum frequently stop by to weigh in on these racy topics! 

Jul 6, 2020

Monica Ten-Kate is an extraordinarily gifted Spirit Medium, author, and star of the Freeform original television series Monica The Medium. Monica's natural energy and presence makes her a relatable and lovable messenger for the Other Side. Ashley, Lauren, & Naz talk to Monica about the process of getting in touch...


Jun 29, 2020

Kaitlyn Bristowe comes on this week to talk about how you don’t need to be initially attracted to a guy in order to go out on a date with him, after all, it took 3 weeks for Kaitlyn to realize she wanted to be with Jason. Kaitlyn discusses her second single all about her love for Jason. The four girls play “Who...


Jun 22, 2020

The girls ramble about the annoying need to eat well and exercise for the rest of their life for the sake of their health. It's like brushing your teeth, a day will never come where it ceases to be the right thing for you to do for your body. Healthy can come in all shapes and sizes though! Healthy isn't necessarily a...


Jun 15, 2020

Does Kybella really dissolve your double chin? Is Botox weakening the muscles in my forehead and will mess me up down the road? Should I not get breast implants before I get pregnant? Do implants make it harder to catch breast cancer? Are the Kardashian's shapes really made in the gym? What cosmetic procedures are on...


Jun 10, 2020

Robin DiAngelo: Academic, educator, and author of the New York Times best-selling book White Fragility: Why It's So Hard For White People to Talk About Racism  joins Ashley, Lauren, and Naz to talk about white fragility. They discuss what the real definition of being a 'racist' is, along with socialization, white...