Episode 9 of The Book of Huey Podcast
2v4 Black Speak, Vol I: Legacy w/ guest host, Lawrence Charles, creator of www.icantbefamous.com.
After a short hiatus, The Book of Huey Podcast is back! We’ve relaunched bigger and better than ever for our second season of relationship talk with a twist of pure fuckery. We have an amazing new logo which you should check out as well as upcoming engaging interviews lined up this season. In 2v1 What About Your Friends!?, Huey teamed up with Shanta King, the “VA Chick” herself, the host of the What Would Shanta Do? Podcast.
In this week’s announcements, Huey informed everyone that Trixie decided to leave the show. She has a lot going on in terms of work and personal ventures – some of which we will hear about in this upcoming season. We wish Trixie well on her upcoming projects!
Thank you for another wonderful week tuning into The Book of Huey Podcast!
Huey is so sick and tired of everyone thinking he’s hoeing in these streets when simply, he’s just dating around and trying to figure out who’s really there for him. However, when it comes to relationships and breaking up, Huey feels it’s important to tell that person the truth about what went wrong in the relationship. Hopefully, this honesty will help others to see where things went wrong and how to do things better in any future relationships.
Trixie, on the other hand, is really tired of people trying to take advantage of her kindness. She’s working on telling people the truth about what she’s feeling, despite how harsh it may seem at times. It’s just where she is right now until she can find a better balance of not being too abrasive with what she says. Both Huey and Trixie feel that setting expectations, speaking honestly, being assertive, and telling others “what we not finna do” will help set the bar for what they are looking for in how they want their relationships to work.
If you didn’t get a chance to hear it Episode 1v2 INYFB, definitely check it out! It’s sure to titillate your mind on what it means to be fetishized amongst several other interesting hot topics.
In Episode 1v3 Black Ass Thanksgiving, Huey and Trixie each had their separate shenanigans. Trixie went through the process of adopting a rescue shelter dog she affectionately named Cash Money. Adopting a new dog was a longer process than anticipated but well worth it considering the gift of potentially being a new puppy mommy! Huey enjoyed a good Friendsgiving celebration with his friends and went to an adult slumber party where he kicked-it, enjoyed hookah, and drank through the night.
Last week, in Episode 1v1 The Road to Pre-Bae, we discussed what it means to feel as though you have been objectified and fetishized in the eyes of another person. Also, we addressed how one’s sense of self-esteem has a personal effect on his or her overall dating life.
Check out this question one listener had for our Trix with the Fix segment:
“I’m an Afro-Latina woman with a very curvaceous Latina look. Because of my look, a lot of men tend to right away fetishize me and put me into that sex kitten hot Latina role. They right away want me to always be sexy, speak Spanish to them especially in the bedroom, and play that hot Latina role they’ve always dreamed of. I don’t want to be anyone’s fetish… I don’t even speak Spanish. How do I let these guys know that I actually am more than what they’ve fetishized me to be?
I’m not your fetish… Bitch”
The Book of Huey Podcast has the pleasure of introducing you to our host, Huey Booker. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Huey has been in the Washington, D.C. area since 2014.
They have a dedicated aim and focus. Huey has some of the dopest, funniest, most inciteful conversations with his friends. Within all the shenanigans and jokes, there are frequent profound moments and lots of quotable gems. With the idea that other folks could benefit from, or at the very least, be highly amused by listening in on these convos, he created a safe, judgment-free space to discuss love, sex, life, dating, relationships, fuckery, and advice with ray honesty and humor.