Money Sex Gen X (“MSG”) is a weekly podcast convo between gentlemen Gen X’ers Mr. Eric McLoyd and co-host Big Stew. These Windy City hosts feel like Generation X needs to be portrayed better in the media. Without judgment, they dive into topics like “Is College A Joke?”, “What Does It Mean To Be Black?” and “Let’s Talk About Sex” in hopes of uncovering new truths for viewers and themselves. Their painfully honest style of podcasting + their undeniable chemistry makes for some interesting podcast content
Here’s the answer. School is not teaching anything that they’re interested in. I hate to be bold and blunt but this truth is hard-c…
Fatherhood. When asked to put some thoughts together about being a father, my first thought was Black fatherhood. I then asked myself if there was a diff…
Peace, my name is Eric McLoyd. I am the creator and co-host of the Money Sex Gen X podcast. I consider myself to be a proud black, Gen X’er, and want to see more accurate portrayals of myself in the media.
Yes, I hold a bunch of degrees and certifications but I still feel that my greatest education came from navigating un-controlled environments + from starting companies from scratch. I took those insights and started helping others to build wealth through their own start-ups.
I have lived in many different parts of the United States. To this day I am constantly refreshing my experiences. Some of my favorite places to play are Tokyo, Belize, Amsterdam, Paris, New York City, and the DMV.
I am also an aspiring author and understand that constantly creating is the key to my happiness + success in life.
Most importantly, I have found the love of my life, have two beautiful children + am a Ralph Lauren fanatic (love to rock Lo).
Scott L. Steward a.k.a. Big Stew (Stew) is one of our lifetimes greatest thinking-socialites. Born and raised in the southside of Chicago, Stew was able to avoid the major statistical pitfalls of growing up in the third-largest city in America. Today, Stew is a formidable business owner, community influencer, and devout parent.
Stew has been on the public stage since as six years old never shying away from an opportunity to speak before an audience. Stew is very optimistic and opinionated, always needing to add his two-cents to the conversation which actually brings a bit of sauce to the lively conversations. Stew tends to be pretty open-minded, always open to hearing new perspectives, particularly about subject matter unfamiliar to him.
Stew is a staunch supporter of Black-owned and operated businesses and preserving Black culture.