We are excited to have self-taught chef Rhiannon Daniels on this month's episode of the GAG. She focuses on plant based food diets and overall healthy eating.
After watching documentaries, she came across plant base food/vegan restaurants. "Being around those people [and establishments] I adopted the understanding why veggies was helpful to our bodies," she says. She talks about food access, tips to gradually getting into eating healthier, eating on a budget; and leaves us with a recipe you can try at home.
What's trending on Tagg this week? We discuss the Tagg Magazine article "Office Outings: The Road to Coming Out in the Workplace."
We start with the episode with discussing how we work on our self-care and self-worth. We also take some time to discuss the targeted hate crime against Tagg Magazine on April 25, 2019. You can read the statement by clicking here.
Join us next week for The Gag.
We have a special guest joining us for our pop culture and politics week. Jess is a long-time listener...and maybe a critical reviewer ;-)
In this episode, we take some time to watch Taylor's Swift new music video "Me." We discuss how we thought Taylor would come out on Lesbian Visibility Day...but no.
We can't end the episode without a little politics. Democrats are out of control with a butt load of presidential candidates. The whole thing is making us nervous. Trump can't win again, right?!
We're going back with an episode from April 2017. This was right about the time when Ashley was still a newbie to the Tagg Nation crew. Can you feel the chemistry?
In this blast from the past episode, the Tagg Nation hosts have an impromptu ice breaker, talk about the podcast's favorite mom, and YouTube censorship.
We jump right into pop culture this episode. Did you hear about Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner declaring her attraction to men and women? Ariana Grande also hints at this in one of her songs. We discuss their declaration of not labeling themselves. Is this a win for the LGBTQ community or queer baiting?
Also, Jade breaks down the Equality Act and why it's important for all of us to know about it.
It's Queer History with Jade!
You've been asking for it, so we are returning with our Gayborhood series with Part 1 of Atlanta.We kick things off starting with 1837 to 1979.
Also, Chelsea hips us to a little Black gay slang. Do you know what a bussy is?
Join us next month for part 2.
It's Queer History with Jade!
We know how much you love our gayborhood series, so we are back with Atlanta. Part one starts way back in the day, 1837 to 1979.
Chelsea also hips us to some queer slang. Have you heard of "bussy?"
It should be noted, as we discuss the 1950s, the LGBTQ was still very much segregated with some Black LGBTQ parties being held at house parties.
Join us next month for part two.
The gang's all back! Ashley, Chelsea and Jade take some time to catch up about lesbian weddings and new jobs. We also take some time to come clean...because we care about you.
Before jumping into our Trending on Tagg article, we had to talk a little pop culture, specifically the R.Kelly interview, documentary and allegations.
We go through a list on Taggmagazine.com about 10 stereotypical movies that "set us back." The list displays old tropes that can be dangerous.
Click here to read the list. Let us know if you agree.
We're shaking up queer history with Ashley. Our own Eunikorn Kweif jumps into her history of being lizard lips in elementary school to her current dating status.
Also, she explores the questions: what is lesbian identity? What are labels? What is queer?
In this episode, she discusses how her dating history reminds us how queer history is constantly involving.
And of course, somehow she manages to talk about dinosaurs...duh!
As we gear up to find some amazing guests for our Gag series this year, our own Chelsea Shorte puts herself to the test.
Chelsea talks about her perfect date to find out who she will marry. She also finds out if and how she would be eliminated from "The Bachelor" based on a one-on-one date.
We also realize these quizzes need to be more LGBTQ and gender-inclusive. Don't you think?
Also, Chelsea asks "What is a bojo two piece?"