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erotica podcast
Wanting to explore your sexuality but not sure where to start? Listen in to these selected podcasts about sex to educate yourself. Covering topics such as kinks, sexting, and educational-driven discussions, listen to these podcasts to comfortably explore your sexuality. The more you know, the more confident you’ll grow in the bedroom. Education and openness...
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Neil Gaiman is an English author of short stories, graphic novels, comic books, audio theaters and films. He is best known for the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. Listen to this collection of interviews and audio adaptations from his work to give you the best...
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nightfall radio scary woods terrifying
Listen now to some of CBC Radio’s most horrifying and intriguing episodes of Nightfall. These eerie tales of murder, mystery, and other haunting themes were broadcasted in the early 1980s as part of a radio drama series for fans of horror and the supernatural. The original show was dropped by several stations after listeners’ complaints...
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Whether you have always been intrigued by the idea that aliens and UFOs could be real or you only recently began wondering just how much truth there may be to tales of the paranormal, there are dozens of podcasts that will cater to your curiosity. Many of us first began to wonder what, or who,...
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Best Movie Podcasts
Seeking a different flavor to your film fanatic experience? Look no further than these podcasts that focus on specific genres within the world of cinema. From horror to science fiction to documentaries, Vurbl has you covered with insightful broadcasts that bring history into the equation—all while entertaining as well as enlightening. These 9 film genre...
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Boston Redsocks Podcasts
Known for its fanatical sports fans, Boston provides a home for major baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and rugby teams, as well as for tennis, lacrosse for men and women, women’s soccer, frisbee, and roller derby. The city hosts the Boston Marathon and is the start and finish for the Boston-Montreal-Coston cycling event. Numerous high school...
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Boston street
What’s going on in Boston today? Because Boston is a city comprised of 23 neighborhoods, news about it doesn’t just come from the business and government center downtown but from the North, South, and West Ends, Charleston, Back Bay, Roxbury, Dorchester, Beacon Hill, and more. Podcasts That Cover the Boston News In Boston, current affairs...
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St Patrick's Day Parade
Boston. Lovingly known as Beantown, the Athens of America, the Cradle of Liberty, Titletown, the Hub, and more, this coastal city in Massachusetts is a great place to be from, live, or visit. While going there and walking the Freedom Trail, eating lobster, going to a Red Sox game, and exploring the neighborhoods is an...
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white man black woman sign
In the few weeks since the very public murder of George Floyd by a Minnesota policeman, racism in America has been a hot topic.  Protests by Black Lives Matter and supporters of all races, colors, ages, and sexes have drawn attention to not just the horrific racial motivation of the situation at hand but to...
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One of the least-discussed of manifestations of systemic racism occurs in healthcare. This “medical racism” raised its ugly head in the recent coronavirus pandemic, which ripped through the Black community at two or three times the rate it did among whites and more greatly impacted the fragile economy of Black families. Though mainstream media has...
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Cop Watching Arrest
With the George Floyd protests now spanning the entire United States, and even beyond, a disturbing pattern of police violence has been on display for all to see. Protests to call attention to an unjust killing and a pattern of racism have led to widespread chaos, with protestors often giving way to looters later in...
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Sawbones Cover
The Sawbones Podcast offers is a lively exploration of medical myths and legends, with plenty of banter and laughter help to drive the point home. Each episode delves into one popular medical narrative and picks out substance from dross in a way that leaves the listener feeling informed and respected. Fascinating narratives include why it...
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Back when X-Files was dominating the television airwaves, a group of guys that periodically appeared on the show, The Lone Gunmen, was a fan favorite. The trio of uber-intelligent guys never met a conspiracy theory that they didn’t embrace. Those fellows would adore the proliferation of not only conspiracies themselves but the podcast medium that...
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Protest
When unarmed and nonviolent 46-year-old George Floyd ended up dead due to the restraining actions of several white Minneapolis police officers on May 25, 2020, a wave of protests and riots spread around the United States (and eventually many other countries as well). This level of resistance–both peaceful and violent– hasn’t been seen in the...
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Riotrs smashing story windows
What’s going on with current protests? What role does Antifa have in it all? Are Antifa and any outside agitators making it all worse? Who is in the right? How does this affect the residents of the country? Is it connected with Black Lives Matter? There are many questions and finding the answers can be...
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Black Live Matter
Black Lives Matter has been a regularly featured movement in the national discussion since its founding in the haunting aftermath of the July 13, 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin. It’s once again been on the front pages of the nation’s newspapers and at the forefront of our collective mental...
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two girls murdered
With so many true crime podcasts out there, it can be difficult to find the podcast you want. Especially if you’re the most interested in cases with no solution. Unsolved murder podcasts aren’t the most popular because they don’t tell the neatest story. However, for many people they’re the most fascinating. Whether you want to...
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George Floyd mural
Nine minutes does not seem like a lot of time, but for George Floyd, a Black man from Minneapolis, it was the difference between life and death, For Minnesota and many other cities around the U.S., the death of Mr. Floyd on May 25, 2020, marked the difference between peace and protest. Beginning in Minnesota...
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Events of the last few weeks have left a Black citizen of Minneapolis dead after a police officer knelt on his neck for over 9 minutes, a Black jogger shot by two armed vigilantes who thought he was a criminal, and a Black man in New York City reported to the police for telling a...
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Dave Ramsey once said, “You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you.” Easier said than done, right? That’s because we’re all human, and we all make mistakes when it comes to money. We buy things to make us temporarily feel good. We spend more than we save....
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