This episode we got even deep than normal. We talked about how black men are killed spiritually, emotionally, and in other ways that have nothing to do with physical violence.
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. No shade or hate but they feel like Baby Boomers + Millennials get all the shine. When Gen X does finally show up in the media it never seems to be anything positive. They decided to stop complaining and show and prove—MSG was born.
Eric was born in the Chi but mostly raised up and down the East coast. Scott was born and bred on the Southside of the CHI. These guys are able to give up a lot of game because they have that street education, hold a few college degrees, have families, and both own several businesses. 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.
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R.C. Riley is a writer, performer, activist, and warrior woman who began writing as a means of healing after a sexual assault. R.C.'s work examines the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and faith and seeks to find justice for and liberate those who have felt ignored, unloved, and persecuted by society. Her personal healing led to the creation of her first one-woman show titled Wrong Way Journey.
When she's not performing one of her solo shows, R.C. can be found on her FBLive show, Monday Musings with R.C.,