Podcasting is like therapy for both the host and the listener. This podcast was started to create a platform where we can speak freely, and without apology. Here we'll have tough conversations, share experiences, uplift and empower those who may feel censored or voiceless. Let's grow and heal, together.
Tune in every week to listen as the Arrogant Black Girl, Alexis Nichelle, is unapologetically opinionated while sharing her perspective on topics that cover: dating and relationships, news, hot topics, self evaluation and issues impacting her culture and community.
On this episode of the Arrogant Black Girl Podcast, Alexis Nichelle discusses whether or not size is important. Tune in to hear the twist to the old question,"'does size matter?"
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On this week's episode, Alexis Nichelle discusses why abusers can no longer be protected. In this episode she also shares a secret that she's never revealed to anyone... until now.
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On this week's episode Alexis Nichelle explores the difference between connections and attachments. As she questions whether or not you can maintain friendships with exes, she also shares her experiences on the subject.
On this week's episode, the ABGs discuss their experiences with 'ghosting'. Listen as they define what ghosting is and tell their "ghost stories". Want to share your "ghost stories" with us?
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The ABGs discuss why black women feel unprotected by the black community and society at large. They take a deep dive into this topic as they discuss what it means to be protected and question whether or not the strength and independence of black women have left them unprotected.
ABGs discuss whether or not black women are exotic, after rappers lil wayne and 50 cent create an uproar that gets them "canceled". Tune in as they go deeper into problems in the black community, specifically black women, and give their opinions on how things can change.