Walk-Ins Welcome w/ Bridget Phetasy

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 Jul 30, 2019
The host radiates humility and allows guests to be their unguarded authentic selves. Heart-warming listen with a dose of humor. Light political/social commentary in which audience learns with the open-minded host, who listens to her guests.

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Bridget Phetasy admires grit and authenticity. On Walk-Ins Welcome, she talks about the beautiful failures and frightening successes of her own life and the lives of her guests. She doesn’t conduct interviews—she has conversations. Conversations with real people about the real struggle and will remind you that we can laugh in pain and cry in joy but there’s no greater mistake than hiding from it all. By embracing it all, and celebrating it with the stories she’ll bring listeners, she believes that our lowest moments can be the building blocks for our eventual fulfillment.

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82. Coach Tea Says BLM is a White Cult
2:20:19
Coach Tea is back for a frank conversation with Bridget about George Floyd, the protests, the riots, the looting, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the concept of white privilege. They discuss the frustration that a real issue has become a Trojan horse for all sorts of other agendas, how the movement has been co-opted, […]


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Jun 05, 2020
81. Nathan Edmondson Discusses the Impact of the Pandemic on Rhino Poaching
1:10:41
Nathan Edmondson is a writer and President of EDGE, an ambitious counter-poaching and conservation organization devoted to the innovative preservation of African wildlife. They bring new technologies and US special operations tactics and expertise to develop counter-poaching initiatives. He returns to the podcast to discuss the impact of the global pandemic on rhino poaching, what […]


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May 28, 2020
80. Sam Harris Says You Can’t Become Happy, You Can Only BE Happy
1:45:04
Sam Harris (author, philosopher, neuroscientist) has a fascinating conversation with Bridget about meditation, consciousness, mindfulness, and awareness. They discuss what brought Sam to meditation (drugs, initially), and the decade he spent traveling and diving into Eastern philosophy, mindfulness practices, and silent retreats, until ultimately he went back to college and eventually got a PhD in […]


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May 21, 2020
79. Jeren Montgomery Wants You to Stop Thanking Him for His Service
1:37:40
Jeren Montgomery recently completed an MA in clinical psychology and is working towards becoming a marriage and family therapist. He is also working on the “front lines” of the pandemic in a nautical-themed grocery store. He talks about the adjustments everyone had to make to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak and why he’s uncomfortable with […]


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May 15, 2020
78. Story Hour With Bridget Phetasy Part 5 – World Traveler 1
1:16:14
Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here. Because Bridget’s globe-trotting wanderings are too much to cover in just one Story Hour, here’s part 1 of her international travels. Covering the first time she ever left the […]


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May 07, 2020
77. Dave Rubin Discusses How the Pandemic Is Causing Us to Reevaluate What’s Important
1:38:26
Dave Rubin joins Bridget for his second appearance on the podcast. They talk the long-term effects and changes brought about by social distancing, staying in touch with friends and family now more than ever, no longer looking at the world through a political party lens, how to support small businesses during the shut down, and […]


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Apr 30, 2020
76. Samantha Shahi On Why Timelines Are A Fallacy
1:54:57
Samantha Shahi (aka Sammy Flap-n-Folds to the Dumpster Fire crowd) finally, finally sits down with Bridget to discuss her journey from Texas to LA, being a marching band nerd, how she fell in love with producing, and the shocking secret reason she minored in Women’s Studies. They cover the litany of jobs Sam’s had since […]


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Apr 24, 2020
75. 12 Step Programs And Recovery During Quarantine with Misty M
1:22:32
Misty M (If They Have to Behave for You To Be Okay, You’re Screwed) and Bridget discuss the pros and cons of virtual 12 Step meetings in the time of quarantine. They cover why people in recovery might be uniquely qualified to handle the ongoing global crisis, avoiding using the pandemic as an excuse to […]


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Apr 16, 2020
74. Michael Shermer Believes Most of Us Are Wrong About Most Things
1:37:57
Michael Shermer (Skeptic Magazine, Science Salon Podcast, Scientific American) dropped by before quarantine went into effect to discuss skepticism, religion, debunking conspiracy theories, scientific attempts to achieve immortality, and why “I don’t know” are the three most powerful words you can utter. He and Bridget cover everything from why neither one of them would want […]


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Apr 09, 2020
73. Paul Shirley and the Problem with Infinite Time
1:22:02
Paul Shirley (former NBA player, published author, and founder of Writers Blok) is back to discuss the human condition in this time of social distancing, quarantine, and uncertainty. He and Bridget talk about making deals with your brain, being disconnected from our purpose, how easy it is to forget that life is fragile in modern […]


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Mar 26, 2020
72. Tips for Working from Home and Dealing with Depression and Anxiety
1:02:50
Bridget and Cousin Maggie share their tips for working from home, and for dealing with the depression and anxiety that might be ratcheting up as we face the unknowns Covid-19 is bringing to our lives and society. They discuss why you should be choosy about the media you consume, how sharing your emotional load with […]


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Mar 19, 2020
71. Gigi Levangie Wonders When “Life Isn’t Fair” Went Out of Fashion
2:23:02
Gigi Levangie, author and screenwriter, drops by for a chat that covers everything from Swedish Death Cleaning, the Erehwon Phenomenon, aging in LA, the difference between a collector and a hoarder, and growing up “the crazy white b*tch down the street.” She and Bridget discuss why participation trophies are detrimental to children’s progress into adulthood, […]


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Mar 12, 2020
70. Mark Halperin On the Importance of Humility and Acceptance
1:37:14
Mark Halperin, author of How to Beat Trump: America’s Top Political Strategists on What it Will Take, stops in to discuss the pool of Democratic candidates running for President and whether any of them have what it takes to beat Trump in November. He and Bridget discuss how the media bias against Trump will help […]


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Mar 05, 2020
69. Andrew Doyle Addresses the Lack of Compassion in the Social Justice Movement
1:21:38
Andrew Doyle is the man behind satirical Twitter account Titania McGrath – a radical intersectionalist, feminist, and slam poet, who is constantly telling people how oppressed she is – and author of Woke: A Guide to Social Justice. He’s back for round two where he and Bridget cover the insanity of attempting to subvert democracy […]


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Feb 27, 2020
68. Jacob Bresler Has Never Stopped Believing in Humanity
2:01:25
From the ages of 11 to 16 Jacob Bresler survived five years of ghettos and concentration camps during World War II. He credits his inventiveness, his stubbornness, his resilience, and his will to survive as the reasons he made it through the war and created a new life for himself in America. He is a […]


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Feb 20, 2020
67. Jonah Goldberg is Not a Huge Fan of Enthusiasm
1:24:22
Jonah Goldberg is a syndicated conservative columnist, political analyst, commentator, podcast host, and author of Bridget’s Bible: Suicide of the West. Jonah shares how his upbringing in a media and politics-heavy household shaped his future, and gave him a realistic perspective about politics and the media that most people don’t have. He and Bridget discuss […]


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Feb 13, 2020
66. Meghan Daum Believes We Have Lost the Ability to Sustain Complex Arguments
1:36:06
Meghan Daum is the author of The Problem with Everything: My Journey Through the New Culture Wars, in which she examines her own cognitive dissonance as a liberal and a feminist, and her feeling of alienation in today’s cultural climate. She and Bridget discuss how society has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, the […]


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Feb 06, 2020
65. Scott Zakarin and the Beauty of New Media
1:49:58
Scott Zakarin, writer, director and producer, stops by to discuss his new project Digital Sky, a fictional anthology podcast series about our social media obsession and the apps that run our lives. He and Bridget cover a wide array of topics from dad bods, to beauty standards, the freedom which new media offers to creators, […]


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Jan 30, 2020
64. Rapper Zuby On Why Men Aren’t Out to Get You
1:24:16
Zuby, rapper, musician, podcaster and author, stops by during his worldwind tour of the United States. Son of Nigerian immigrants, he talks about his upbringing in Saudi Arabia and the UK, and the perspective on the world it offered him. He and Bridget cover the role of masculinity in today’s society, why the concept of […]


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Jan 24, 2020
63. Jessica Michelle Singleton Processes Her Trauma Onstage
1:55:10
Jessica Michelle Singleton, stand-up comedian, bonds with Bridget over their mutually dysfunctional upbringings. They compare notes about raised by parents with borderline or narcissistic personalities, processing trauma with dark humor, overcoming abandonment issues, and the disassociation that makes them feel like robots or aliens – observing people who miss their families is very odd to […]


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Jan 16, 2020
62. Michael Malice Wants to Foment as Much Chaos In Our Political Process As Possible
1:18:10
Michael Malice, author of The New Right, returns for a wild discussion covering everything from Americans’ naive ideas about people in power, why he blocks his fans on Twitter, his vision of the future, and the etymology of the term “c*m gutters”. He and Bridget debate whether Trump radiates BDE or suffers from a SDE […]


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Jan 09, 2020
61. Helen Dale and the Changing Rules and Ramifications of Cancel Culture
1:40:28
Helen Dale is a columnist and commentator who also writes novels. Her first novel, The Hand That Signed the Paper, won the Mars Franklin award in Australia and also exposed Helen to cancel culture in 1995, long before it became what it is today. She and Bridget discuss the impossibility of proving you didn’t do […]


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Dec 19, 2019
60. Coach Tea Believes the Gifts We Are Given Should Be Used to Serve Others
1:39:37
Coach Tea is a DJ, producer, podcast personality, and sound engineer for Comedy Central’s Roast Battle. He is also a counselor focusing on the rehabilitation and treatment of young men who have committed crimes. He and Bridget have a fascinating conversation about anarchy, “wokeism,” how unpopular a message of personal responsibility is in 2019, why […]


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Dec 12, 2019
59. Bret Stephens On Why Disagreement is the Basis of Every Free Society
1:23:43
Bret Stephens, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, sits down with Bridget to discuss Trump’s effect on the Republican Party, feeling out of place in your own country, the dangers of a culture that’s so sure of its convictions, mob politics, and how Trump’s behavior is both a symptom and a cause of a […]


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Dec 05, 2019
58. Dana Goldberg Maintains that Comics Say What Most People are Thinking
1:33:46
Dana Goldberg, stand-up comedian, stops by to talk how she got into comedy, bombing in front of Gloria Steinem, the fact that European audiences don’t laugh, and her talent for bonding people with humor. She shares coming out to her parents when she was 18, how they made it an easy experience, and offers her […]


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Nov 21, 2019
57. Faisal Saeed Al Mutar Believes Focus and Dedication Can See You Through Anything
1:53:56
Faisal Saeed Al Mutar’s first experience with Americans was during the second Iraq war when a US tank rolled up in front of his house. He shares his incredible story of growing up under Saddam Hussein’s regime, the vaccuum in his neighborhood that was filled by members of Al-Qaeda, blogging against extremism and receiving death […]


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Nov 14, 2019
56. Ryan Stout Says You Should Keep Creating, Even if the Industry Doesn’t Care
1:29:17
Ryan Stout, stand-up comic extraordinaire, shares how he got into stand-up, parsing his college courses for material, the joys of being a stay-at-home husband, and the changing effect of wearing a suit when doing a comedy show. He and Bridget discuss how liberal people used to view artists as a minority community that needed to […]


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Nov 07, 2019
55. Melissa Chen Asserts That if You’re Ignorant in America, It’s A Choice
1:53:37
Melissa Chen (NY Editor, Spectator US) stops by for a brilliant chat that covers a lot of ground. She describes growing up in Singapore in a “benevolent authoritarian state,” feeling liberated in the US, the fact that most Americans take the first amendment for granted, being on the forefront of human genome research, the Pandora’s […]


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Oct 31, 2019
54. Adam Alter Helps You Manage Your Screen Addiction
1:26:06
Adam Alter, author of Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked, stops by to talk about screen and tech addiction. He and Bridget discuss the billions of dollars that go into keeping us looking at our screens, from game app design to, story formatting, to rolling from one episode […]


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Oct 24, 2019
53. Yasmine Mohammed Points Out the Contradiction in the Way Western Liberals View Fundamentalist Islam
2:13:34
Yasmine Mohammed, author of Unveiled: How Western Liberals Empower Radical Islam, shares her story of growing up in a fundamentalist Islamic home in Canada. At 13, when she tried to report the abuse she suffered at the hands of her step-father, she was told by a judge “you come from a different culture, and that’s […]


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Oct 17, 2019
52. Cousin Maggie Discusses Battling the Demons of Depression
1:48:48
Bridget finally convinced Cousin Maggie to share her story, from a rather idyllic childhood in a small town in Rhode Island, to being raised in a stable environment with active, involved parents, to having a certain expectation about the track her life would follow, until she was completely derailed by depression in college. They discuss […]


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Oct 10, 2019
51. Jamie Kilstein Believes Comedy is Where Broken People Go to Make Other People Happy
2:25:55
Jamie Kilstein, stand-up comic and podcast host, sits down with Bridget to discuss his conversion from a woke, SJW, male feminist to a humbler and healthier version of himself. He shares the scars of being falsely accused of sexual misconduct, the fallout to his career and life, being suicidally depressed, and why he was basically […]


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Oct 03, 2019
50. Helen Pluckrose on Why Intersectionality is the Wrong Way to Go About Achieving Social Justice
1:53:32
Helen Pluckrose, one of the three authors of the Grievance Studies and editor-in-chief of Aero magazine, sits with Bridget to discuss the much richer role for women in history than the lenses by which we’re viewing them today, the contradictions in feminism and social justice activism, the argument against post-modernism, and the inherent problems with […]


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Sep 26, 2019
49. Jim Gaffigan Is Trying to Save America
1:45:53
Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan stops by to discuss the long and painful journey to a career in the entertainment industry, from studying finance at Georgetown, to taking improv classes so he can overcome his fear of speaking in meetings at the advertising agency where he worked, to falling in love with stand-up and watching […]


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Sep 20, 2019
48. Peter Boghossian Wants to Teach People How to Have Impossible Conversations
1:18:47
Bridget and Peter Boghossian have a conversation under the Colorado stars about the search for ultimate meaning in life, the denigration of reason, the loss of being able to wonder publicly, figuring out the best type of life to lead, and teaching people how to value the right things. Peter explains how bales of hay, […]


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Sep 12, 2019
47. Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy Part 4 – The Accidental Pundit
1:17:31
Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here. This week Bridget covers how she went from being the Playboy Advisor to an accidental pundit on Ben Shapiro’s Election Special. She can trace every opportunity she’s had since […]


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Sep 05, 2019
46. Glenn Beck Believes When You’re Done Learning, You’re Dead
1:24:53
Glenn Beck is a conservative political commentator, radio host and television producer. He and Bridget discuss the early evolution of his career, his love affair with radio, the transition from CNN to Fox News, attending Yale at age 30, and mistakes he’s made along the way. They delve into the value of struggle and overcoming […]


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Aug 29, 2019
45. Noah Rothman and the Myth of Social Justice
1:20:40
Noah Rothman is an MSNBC and NBC New contributor, Associate Editor of Commentary Magazine, and author of the book Unjust: Social Justice and the Unmaking of America. He and Bridget have a fascinating conversation about the origins of the social justice movement, the fact that “social justice” as a term defies definition, the paradox of […]


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Aug 22, 2019
44. Corinne Fisher Isn’t Talented, She’s Just Really Good at Being Herself
1:27:16
Corinne Fisher is a stand-up comedian, co-host of popular podcast Guys We F@#ked, and co-author of the book F*cked: Being Sexually Explorative and Self-Confident in a World That’s Screwed, with creative partner, Krystyna Hutchinson. She and Bridget have a conversation that is surprisingly not all about sex, though that’s certainly covered. They also talk the […]


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Aug 15, 2019
43. Ethan Nicolle Enjoys Disagreement and Debate
1:18:35
Ethan Nicolle, Creative Director at the Babylon Bee, stops by to talk the pros and cons of going viral, how virality does not automatically equal dollars, the never-endingness of being a parent, the bubble within a bubble within a bubble that is LA, and Ethan’s theory that fighting with bears is the struggle for manliness. […]


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Aug 08, 2019
42. Marshall Herskovitz And the Importance of Betting on Yourself
1:44:03
Marshall Herskovitz, writer, director and producer (thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, Dangerous Beauty), drops by to talk about how he got his start in Hollywood, when he decided he’d rather fail and leave the business than keep writing things that didn’t feel like him, the TV movie that kick-started his and partner Ed Zwick’s careers into […]


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Aug 01, 2019
41. Andy Levy Fears Getting A Tarot Card Reading
1:32:11
Andy Levy, American commentator and humorist, is a former panelist on S.E. Cupp’s Unfiltered and Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. He drops in for a conversation with Bridget about why Twitter is like Soylent Green, hanging out in LA waiting to be discovered, Bridget’s secret desire to knock popcorn out of people’s hands at the […]


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Jul 25, 2019
40. Sarah Solomon Wonders Why You Would Have Kids if Not to Live Vicariously Through Them
1:13:28

Sarah Solomon, author of Guac is Extra But So Am I: The Reluctant Adult's Handbook, stops by to talk why life gets better as you get older, getting to the point where you get over your jealousy of other women, struggling with depression and anxiety in the age of social media, and how parenting seems like the hardest job in the world. She tells the story of being evicted from her apartment, losing her job, and getting her book deal all within a two week period. She and Bridget dissect why they both hate being in relationships, how a bagel broke up Bridget's latest relationship, why men in their 20s need to get "slapped in the face by the dick of life a little bit," and how a picture with Chris Christie got Sarah a lot of concerned texts from her male friends.


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Jul 19, 2019
39. Kira Davis Discusses What it Would Take to Have an Honest Conversation About Race
2:03:58

Kira Davis (Editor-at-Large for redstate.com) drops by for a frank conversation about the hole that fatherlessness leaves in society, "benevolent" government, the destruction of the term "racism", and extending grace to each other in our most challenging moments. She shares stories about growing up on Prince Edward Island, having a conversion experience during childhood, becoming a conservative, and the audacity of youth. She and Bridget talk tips for dealing with depression, God & meditation, the cult of self, and why white people need to be more honest about their desperation not to be perceived as racist.


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Jul 11, 2019
38. Mitchell Sunderland Believes in Socializing with People You Disagree With
1:29:40

Mitchell Sunderland is a freelance writer (Vice, Adult, Penthouse) known for his nuanced profiles on everyone from Stormy Daniels to Mike Tyson, Anne Coulter, Nick Jonas and more. His stories are insane, from growing up the son of one of the largest dog breeders in Florida and dealing with protestors for most of his childhood, to being banned from a gay safe space in college (he's gay), to being the first American named to the 50 most hated people at Oxford list. He has profiled eclectic groups of people living at the Sausage Castle in Florida and the Bunny Ranch in Vegas. He and Bridget discuss why marketing something as only "representation matters" in the media can turn people off, why a lot of dog breeders don't like Trump, how you can't control what people think about you, and how you choose whether or not you're a victim. It's a wild ride.

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Jul 03, 2019
37. Tim Dillon on Why Stand-Up Comics are Mentally Ill
1:19:11

Tim Dillon is a stand-up comedian and host of the popular podcast Tim Dillon is Going to Hell. He and Bridget lament the absence of humor in today's political climate, how rich white people have culturally appropriated oppression, death by selfies, and the terrifying nature of Pokémon Go. Tim talks about how being a juror on a murder trial changed his life, coming out, getting sober, and doing stand-up for the first time all within a three month period, and why he hates the demonization of liars. Tim shares the secret to being popular, Bridget discloses the sexist advice she gives to women, they wonder how long you're supposed to carry grudges, and reveal why you should never buy a used tissue online to build up your immune system.


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Jun 27, 2019
36. Robby Soave Hopes that Sensible Liberals Will See the Dangers of the Approach Activists are Taking
1:33:48

Robby Soave is an associate editor and writer for Reason magazine and author of Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump which investigates the shift in activist culture on college campuses since Trump's election in 2016. He and Bridget discuss why everyone hates libertarians, the spectrum of libertarianism, how both the Left and the Right see the other side's extreme radicalism as a reason to up their own, and the unfortunate reality that tiny fringes on both side are so loud they drown out the majority of moderates. They talk consent culture, when speech became violence, weighing the positive gains from activism versus taking it too far, and the truth about hate crime statistics.


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Jun 20, 2019
35. Michael Malice Explains How Culture is Created and Opposing Progressivism
1:28:25

According to Michael Malice, The New Right is a loosely connected group of individuals united by their opposition to progressivism, which they perceive to be a thinly veiled fundamentalist religion based on egalitarian principles dedicated to world domination via globalist hegemony. He wrote the book on it, because he watch it develop. He and Bridget discuss the push-back against progressivism and the four different tactics the New Right is considering in response, the audacity of the word "should," how the tide is turning and the Right is starting to win the culture war, and the actual definition of the term "red-pilled." They also cover Michael's affinity for anarchy, the reality of "Trump Derangement Syndrome," how conservatism is just progressivism driving the speed limit, and why public figures who aren't informed about specific topics should shut their mouths when asked about them. Click the links to find Michael's books The New Right and Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il.


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Jun 13, 2019
34. Dave Rubin Discusses the Danger of Journalism Becoming Activism
1:35:45

Dave Rubin, stand up comic and political commentator, created The Rubin Report to "to talk to people and try to find out what they think about things." In this week's episode he shares his thoughts with Bridget on a variety of topics including leaving the Left, Thomas Jefferson, the bravery deficit in our culture, the Intellectual Dark Web, and classical liberalism. They unpack the term "white privilege," discuss how intersectionality is the essence of bigotry, and expound on the trend of journalism becoming activism. Dave also shares the story of coming out on 9/11, how "woke" comedy is wrecking comedy, and the dangers of the "cancel culture" we are now living in.


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Jun 06, 2019
33. Nathan Edmondson Warns there is a Ticking Clock to Rhino Extinction
1:21:38

Nathan Edmondson is a writer and President of EDGE, an ambitious counter-poaching and conservation organization devoted to the innovative preservation of African wildlife. They bring new technologies and US special operations tactics and expertise to develop counter-poaching initiatives. Bridget and Nathan discuss media coverage of extinction events, how he became involved in the conservation movement, and why increased cancer rates in south-east Asia have led to an explosion in rhino horn poaching. He explains that there's a ticking clock on rhino extinction, which is absurd because it's a solvable problem, how EDGE is involving local communities on the ground, and what you can do to help. Nathan describes bringing African rangers to train in the US for the first time in history, how they were able to see their actions through the eyes of the world and experience people looking at them as heroes. He talks getting the next generation into a conservationist mindset, making animals ambassadors for their species, and tells the story of his most terrifying moment in Africa.


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May 30, 2019
32. Christina Hoff Sommers Wonders When “I Don’t Feel Safe” Became a Tool of Oppression
1:37:37

Christina Hoff Sommers is a former philosophy professor and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. She's one of the Femsplainers on the podcast Femsplainers and has a series called the Factual Feminist on YouTube in which she corrects feminist myths within women's and gender studies with truth and solid research. She and Bridget cover the disturbing rise of contempt within contemporary feminism, the appeal of Jordan Peterson, the erosion of Americans' desire to protect free speech and democratic processes, why lack of gratitude is such a problem in our society, and the perceived sense of persecution and contagion of hysteria that is being taught in liberal educational systems. They discuss the infantalization of college students, going from common humanity (humanism) to common enemy (tribalism), the attack on centrists, and the fact that history is one long lesson in the dangers of dogma mixed with moral zealotry, distortion and bad information - it leads to fanaticism. They also cover the gender debate, the power dynamics between girls and boys, and why Harvard should have known better. It's a fascinating conversation and definitely one you shouldn't miss!


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May 23, 2019
31. Kassy Dillon on How Liberal Teachers are Radicalizing an Entire Generation of Young Conservatives
1:00:22

Kassy Dillon is a staff writer for the Daily Wire and founder of "Lone Conservative" a small organization that teaches college students how to become writers and funnels them to media outlets. She discusses being one of two known Republicans at her small all-girls, liberal arts college, how she got into politics, and recording the infamous "Trigglypuff" video which created the face of the "campus crazy" movement. She talks about her trip to Iraq last year with a group including an Orthodox Jew and an Israeli Jew (who proceeded to pass out Israeli flag, which is illegal in Iraq), and she and Bridget compare their travel experiences of legitimate patriarchal societies and how oppressive they are to women. They cover Gen Z's obsession with Ben Shapiro, how learning other languages forces you to think in different ways, and Kassy's experience winning the ACU's Ronald Reagan Award.


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May 16, 2019
30. Andrew Doyle Discusses the Dangers of Well-Intentioned Authoritarianism
1:29:31

Andrew Doyle is the man behind satirical Twitter account Titania McGrath - a radical intersectionalist, feminist, and slam poet, who is constantly telling people how oppressed she is - and author of Woke: A Guide to Social Justice. He and Bridget have a fascinating and important conversation about the dangers of taking art and comedy literally, how smart people are becoming stupid because of woke ideology, why self-censorship is a slippery slope, and they wonder when the left became such pearl-clutchers. They discuss winning the culture war by winning people over, rather than locking them up or making certain types of speech illegal, the fact that there's nothing more likely to help the far right to grow than the way the far left are behaving, the dangers of eroding the distinction between right wing and alt right, and the problems with The Faith of Intersectionality. Should the word "douchebag" be considered ableist? Where did the idea that "speech is violence" come from? What is it like being tribeless in an increasingly tribal world? What is the path forward? Find out on this not-to-be-missed episode.


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May 09, 2019
29. Aaron Schmidt Believes in Extreme Accountability, Unrelenting Preparation, Ruthless Efficiency and Unapologetic Passion
1:51:30


Sponsored by LinkedIn, FabFitFun

Aaron Schmidt grew up a military brat and met his wife, Kara Dawn, freshman year of high school when they were assigned to be lab partners. He talks wanting to be a college football coach but being the student manager of the UVA football team cured him of that desire, being raised Catholic, becoming a 7th grade English teacher, and then getting married, selling everything and hightailing it to LA because he and Kara could see the next 10 years of their lives mapped out before them. A series of odd jobs and a series of personal losses left him at loose ends until he found a passion to pursue in Gorucks that ultimately led him to join the Army Reserves as a psychological operations specialist two years before the cutoff for enlistment. He and Bridget have an honest and revealing discussion about being mission-oriented, the hard work of a successful marriage, overcoming loss and aimlessness, and the 4 tenets of his personal ethos.


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May 02, 2019
28. The Woo Review: Anne is Addicted to Psychics
1:37:37


Sponsored by LinkedIn, FabFitFun

With the Woo Review, Bridget introduces her audience to all things New Age. From astrology, to tarot, to sound baths, to reiki, Bridget shares her hippie side with her listeners.

This week's guest, Anne, discusses her addiction to psychics and how over the course of two and a half years she spent an estimated $60,000 on psychic readings. Anne covers how she got started, why being in love with a musician kept her going back, how her psychic was a force for positive change, but ultimately how her addiction to psychics became a replacement for a higher power in her life. Bridget shares her own psychic abilities, how she learned to hide them young, the time she realized she was being haunted by a ghost dog, and her own spiritual journey of finding God when she went off Twitter for Lent. Both recovering alcoholics, they delve into a deep discussion about addiction in general, the bravery of people in 12 step programs who must confront harsh truths about themselves every day, self-actualization, owning your own story, and wrestling with the fact that even if you come from privilege it does not mean you're not entitled to your pain - everyone's pain is relevant and unique.


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Apr 26, 2019
27. Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy Part 3 – Tales from a Waitress
1:30:27


Sponsored by Calm

Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here. For questions, comments or topic requests contact us at: walkinswelcomequestions@gmail.com

This story hour comes as a result of several requests. Bridget covers her history with the restaurant industry - across the country, in small towns and big cities. Find out why being a hostess isn't as easy as one might think, why you should never go out to eat when you're starving, and why Bridget loved being a busser (hint: you don't have to talk to the customers). Tales told also include, losing her virginity to someone inappropriate, her brilliant strategy for skipping school and how it all came crashing down, which famous singer grabbed her ass at Sundance, and Bridget's secret true passion in life.


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Apr 18, 2019
26. Scotty Landes Does Not Fear Loneliness
1:25:00


Sponsored by HoneyBook

Scotty Landes - TV comedy writer (Workaholics), horror movie writer (Ma), man about town - trades stories with Bridget about travel, odd jobs, and writing something weird enough to get a job offer out of it. They discuss the privilege of doing what you love for a living but the downside is that your muse becomes a mule, how to take notes on your writing, the escape of making up a world, and how Scotty's retirement plan is to be an old man bartender with a Golden Girls kind of living situation. They cover how to talk about travel without sounding like a dick, Bridget's moments of deep existential loneliness that always appear on the heels of unique moments of spectacular awe, recognizing the pivot points in life, the joys of road-tripping solo, and putting career before relationships. Chock full of inspiration for people following unconventional paths, Scotty offers advice, and encouragement, but is also realistic about the importance of setting deadlines when it comes to making dreams come true.


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Apr 11, 2019
25. Josh Schollmeyer Talks the State of Masculinity Today
1:23:39


Sponsored by LinkedIn

Josh Schollmeyer, co-founder, and editor of MEL magazine, talks with Bridget about the meaning of modern masculinity in a changing world, constructively channeling your rage, and how kids movies are more traumatizing for children than adult movies. They also cover Josh's years working in a lumber yard to learn the value of hard work, how he got access to Hugh Hefner's private scrapbook collection when he was in college, and how learning to be fine with being humiliated is a crucial part of success. Josh covers his years working for Playboy, how he tried to be an agent for change but was also complicit at a time when the brand was giving in to its worst impulses, and how the chip on his shoulder over the events that forced him out of Playboy became fuel for his drive to succeed. Now with MEL, Josh discusses figuring out how to talk to men in the wake of #metoo and that one of the big problems he sees is not just a battle of the sexes, but that men are not talking to each other.


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Apr 07, 2019
24. Amy Alkon and Why Your Feelings are Not the Boss of You
1:44:08


Sponsored by FabFitFun, Calm

Amy Alkon, Advice Goddess and author of "science-help book" Unf*ckology, drops in for a fascinating conversation with Bridget about living in the modern age with Stone Age brains, the evolutionary importance of social status and why "thirstiness" is such a turn-off, and how her career giving advice began as a joke when she stood on a street corner in New York holding a "Free Advice" sign and people began to line up. They cover the social importance of guilt and shame, getting comfortable with discomfort, that self-esteem is a monitoring system to help you figure out where you stand socially, and the fact that we're living under mob rule and we don't even realize it. Finally, don't miss Amy's theory that if you imagine the worst thing that can happen to you is your kitchen appliances coming to life at night and hacking you to death, you should be able to put small things like feeling awkward and looking stupid in social situations into perspective.


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Mar 28, 2019
23. Liz Wolfe is Waiting for the College Bubble to Burst
2:02:39


Sponsored by HoneyBook

Liz Wolfe, managing editor for The Federalist and part-time editor for Reason, has an in-depth discussion with Bridget about why she thought college was a huge waste of money and wanted to drop out, how she managed to get her degree in two years, and the fact that most people have no understanding of the debt they are taking on when they take out student loans. They bond over being self-starters and hustlers and how it's a skill that helps them find ways around the "gatekeepers" in life, how being from big families teaches you that life isn't fair at an early age, and discuss why sometimes having low expectations about an experience is the best way to approach it. They coin the phrase "weaponized fragility," lament over how being patriotic has somehow become a bad thing, and note that you'll never change someone's mind by calling them names. Liz offers fascinating insight into being raised in a home where her parents fostered children, and the hidden costs of that experience, and Bridget shares the name of the self-help book she wants to write, Laziness Motivates Me.


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Mar 21, 2019
22. Rachel Wolfson Talks Marijuana and Being Part of the Medication Generation
1:30:17


Sponsored by Green Chef

Rachel "Wolfie" Wolfson, comedian, writer, producer, and advocate for cannabis, sits down with Bridget to discuss her disdain for bitcoin, their shared desire to do VR stand-up shows, and why she believes colleges are like engagement rings - expensive and unnecessary. They cover everything from why machines will eventually wipe out humans because of our extreme inefficiency, to a belief that mental health will be the biggest problem this country faces in the near future, to the fact that the dangers of weed should be taught the same way as the dangers of alcohol, to what it takes to create change in the world and in society. Rachel is an advocate for cannabis, but doesn't necessarily recommend it for everyone and believes that having a healthy relationship with weed requires approaching it as a medicine first. Meanwhile, Bridget hopes she'll live long enough to see the first sex robot kill a human. You can find Rachel on Twitter and Instagram @wolfiecomedy.

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Mar 14, 2019
21. Sydney Benner’s Mantra is “Move More to Feel More”
1:20:11


Sponsored by Calm

Sydney Benner is the creator of the revolutionary new fitness program, FLIGHT! She has devoted her life to connecting people together through movement. Sydney explains her calling to create spaces and places for people to gather that feel inclusive, supportive, and where they can be authentically themselves. Sydney and Bridget discuss finding the balance in all the imbalance, the grind of being a personal trainer, overcoming injuries, magic, and why you must choose your mindset every day. Syndey shares how loss of her father and step-brother within 3 years of each other helped teach her the preciousness of every moment, how she manages to rally and motivate others when she's in a tough place, the importance of showing up - no excuses - no matter what's going on in your life, and why you should never put your happiness in someone else's hands. It's the motivational podcast we all need right now. Be sure to check out Sydney's website.


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Mar 07, 2019
20. Brittany Schmitt on Alcoholism – “A Disease Disguised as Fun”
1:27:54


Sponsored by HoneyBook, Third Love

Brittany Schmitt, stand-up comedian and entrepreneur, talks with Bridget about filling the void within yourself, the dark side of comedy, getting a DUI and how it changed her life, and the decision behind getting sober - realizing she was wasting her life. Don't miss their worst stand-up bomb stories, why giving in to the desire to do nothing can sometimes be healthy, how sitting in sadness and defeat can allow you to build grit and resilience, and why you should never doubt your ability to make huge changes in your life. They discuss the fact that enough is never enough and the desire to always want more is evolutionary, but if you start your day asking what you can give rather than wondering what you can get, you will change your life. Be sure to check out Ho2Go, Brittany's new company, a kit for when you go hard, but don't go home - taking the shame out of the walk of shame.

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Feb 28, 2019
19. Art Tavana on Why the MAGA Movement is Not Conservative
1:53:07


Sponsored by LOLA

Art Tavana is a conservative, libertarian columnist at Playboy and contributor at National Review. An Armenian refugee from Iran, Art talks about how Michael J. Fox as Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties indoctrinated him as a conservative early in life and why being a conservative writing for Playboy is only okay because he's a person of color and not a white MAGA bro. He and Bridget discuss the strange fad of corporations caving to the mob and apologizing every time someone gets "offended", his perspective on gratitude as an immigrant living in America, the freedom of having nothing to lose, and why they both hate being branded as activists. The conversation ranges from mourning the death of contrarians, to dissecting why populism needs to go, to predicting that our totalitarian leader is going to come from the left, to why you shouldn't ever join a group to solve your problems. Finally, don't miss Art's explanation of why Atlas Shrugged is the most feminist thing he's ever read.

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Feb 21, 2019
18. Melissa Monte Believes the Opposite of Self-Love is Self-Destruction
1:34:35


Sponsored by Calm

Melissa Monte is a mindfulness coach, certified yoga teacher and reiki healer. She and Bridget reminisce about how they met on a party bus of 40 women heading to Vegas and reflect on surviving a series of rock bottoms from sexual assaults to eating disorders, to the loss of loved ones. Melissa shares her insights into why trying to fix a terrible relationship was a way of trying to prove her own self-worth, the felony charge that path led her to, and the fact that you can't cushion somebody's rock bottom without going down with them. Melissa and Bridget discuss why they're both so grateful for the twists and turns in their lives that knocked them off their straight & narrow paths in their youths, how it led them to the journeys of self-discovery they've been on, the amazing things that life experience can teach you, and retraining negative thought loops. Melissa explains the importance of understanding that the message you're bringing to the world is not going to be for everybody and that what matters is the people you're connecting with. Check out her podcast Mind Love, in which she discusses mindset shifts, energy frequencies and modern mindfulness. She pursues her passion of helping people become their best selves on her website mindlove.com.

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Feb 14, 2019
17. James Lindsay Discusses Punking the Dogmatic Religion of Extreme Social Justice
2:12:35


Sponsored by HoneyBook

James A. Lindsay is a co-author of the Grievance Studies, a project designed to expose the politicized corruption within social justice geared humanities scholarship by creating bogus academic papers and submitting them to academic journals in the areas of cultural, queer, race, gender, fat, and sexuality studies. He and Bridget have a fascinating discussion about the dogmatism of atheists, the Feminist Glaciology paper that radicalized him, the assault on science, the fascism creeping in from both sides - the left and the right, and why everything we think we know about reality might be wrong. James explains post-modernism and why fitting in matters ten times more to people than being right. Bridget expounds upon why the idea that language is violence and a tool of oppression that must be regulated, strikes terror into her heart. And together they lament the isolation and loneliness of thinking for yourself in today's culture of ideological tribalism. This is a brilliant deep dive into why intersectional social politics are a toxic way to look at the world and lead to competitive victimhood, the corruption in scholarship that's fueling the whole social justice, progressive, activist universe, and the doomsday cults of the far left and the far right.

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Feb 08, 2019
16. Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy Part 2 – Addiction and Sobriety
1:44:08


Sponsored by Green Chef, Third Love

Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here. For questions, comments or topic requests contact us at: walkinswelcomequestions@gmail.com

This week Bridget delves into her long history with addiction and her 20 year journey to sobriety. Learn how Bridget went from being a straight A student on the path to an Ivy League school, to a heroin addict in rehab at age 19. She talks about hitting rock bottom on a trip to LA, kicking heroin in a mental ward, and seven months in "boot camp" rehab in downtown Minneapolis. Hear about the mental back-flips she performed to convince herself that she wasn't an addict as long as she stayed away from heroin, because she didn't want to give up her one true love - marijuana. She discusses her resistance to AA, going sober for a year to prove she didn't have a problem, a second emotional rock bottom and her eventual surrender to the idea that she's an alcoholic two years into her five years of sobriety. If you've ever wrestled with addiction, sobriety, or loved someone who has, Bridget's take on 12 step programs, struggling with the "God stuff", dogs as a higher power, and having an open-minded view of sobriety, might help. It's a long one, but it's worth it!

 

 


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Jan 30, 2019
15. Bridget’s Sister Vanessa Laments the State of Millennial Men
1:19:44


Sponsored by Calm

Bridget's youngest sister Vanessa reveals what your wedding photos predict about your marriage, the joys and challenges of working with children, and why hedgehogs make terrible pets. She and Bridget discuss the trials and tribulations of dating millennial men, her 3 basic requirements a guy should have and why it's harder to find than it should be, and her theory that feminism is making men lazier. Don't miss their insightful conversation about unlearning unhealthy behaviors that were modeled for them in childhood, taking responsibility for your own life as an adult, no matter what kind of circumstances you come from, and the danger of waiting to be rescued. Vanessa shares her belief that therapy is like getting an education about yourself, the process of breaking the habit of losing yourself in a relationship, and the importance of practicing gratitude every day.


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Jan 24, 2019
14. Carol Roth Explains Why the Robots Aren’t Going to Fulfill All Your Needs
1:15:39


Sponsored by Third Love

Carol Roth is a recovering investment banker, entrepreneur and author of The Entrepreneur Equation, the anti-motivational, motivational book about entrepreneurship and a realistic take on starting a small business. She and Bridget discuss the factor that jealousy plays in the tragic loss of the American Dream, being spoiled and ungrateful in a capitalist society, the math and ROI of going to college, and the danger in allowing political correctness to rob us of using laughter as a healing method. Carol talks about how she kept moving forward in the wake of a series of devastating personal losses, her approach to a successful marriage, her horror of emojis, how to combat imposter syndrome and tips on overcoming procrastination. Also, don't miss Bridget's unscientific theory that the reason women are more detail oriented than men comes from our hunter gatherer days and her plans for faking her own death. Check out Carol's podcast, also on Ricochet, here: The Roth Effect with Carol Roth.


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Jan 18, 2019
13. Ben Howe Explains the Folly of Trying to Determine God’s Purposes
1:24:17


Sponsored by Third Love

Ben Howe, author of The Immoral Majority: Christian Evangelicals and the Role they Play in the Era of Trump (due out this year) discusses his journey from the Tea Party to the Center, his favorite Marvel character, and why he doesn't trust anyone who isn't honest about their failures - especially politicians. Ben takes issue with using the Bible to pretend that you are pursuing your self-interests nobly and explains the problem with combining ideology with partisanship. Don't miss a fascinating breakdown of how evangelical leaders have recast all of Trump's sins as virtues and the danger of convincing a narcissist that his narcissism is virtuous. And stick around for Ben's epic Christian Retreat Dad joke.


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Jan 10, 2019
12. Kimberly Resnick Anderson Thinks Social Media is a Gateway Drug to Infidelity
1:33:20

Kimberly Resnick Anderson, licensed sex therapist, and Bridget get real about the many issues facing couples in today's modern world, from how common sexless marriages are, to power dynamics the #metoo movement and exploitation, to the impact of porn on men's sexual function - particularly the neurological impact it can have on young men. Nothing is taboo in this conversation. Bridget discusses her brief flirtation with becoming a stripper, Kimberly reveals the astonishing number of married couples who have never had a conversation about sex and the fact that a large number of men are willing to risk death over loss of sexual function.

*Warning: This is a frank and adult conversation about sexual topics*


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Dec 21, 2018
11. Melanie Notkin & Bridget Talk Wasted-Womb Shaming – What It Is and Why It’s Terrible
1:40:42


Sponsored by Away Travel

Melanie Notkin, founder of Savvy Auntie, the first community for cool aunts, great aunts, godmothers and all women who love kids (but might not have them) discusses her book Otherhood and women who are childless, not by choice, but by circumstance. She and Bridget cover the assumptions people make about childless women, being told that they should have settled if they wanted kids, and how Bridget feels like she kept hitting snooze on her biological clock. Find out how feminism made men lazy, why you're only as loyal as your options in the age of social media, and how in the battle of the sexes everyone seems to be more confused than anything. Don't miss an incredibly honest conversation about Melanie's ability to take the source of her greatest pain - not having children - and turn it into something that helps countless people - women and men.


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Dec 13, 2018
10. Brian Moses Plans to Name his Child “God Moses”
1:17:06


Sponsored by Away Travel

Brian Moses, stand-up comic, creator and co-producer of Comedy Central's Roast Battle, defender of un-politically correct speech and hilarious individual, talks with Bridget about getting started in stand-up in San Diego, the period when he was living out of his car, the reality of white privilege, and why humanity might not be old enough to believe in God. He and Bridget cover the cultural appropriation of Jesus, that Bridget believes in past lives, ghosts and aliens because they make life more interesting, and how trying to make it in LA is almost like being in an abusive relationship and/or living with a disease. Don't miss their definition of "making it," Moses's ambition to continue progressing and raising the bar in the comedy genre, and why as a black man, he loves the Orwellian surveillance in the UK.

**Warning** This episode is not for the easily offended.


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Dec 06, 2018
9. Jesse Kelly Blames Men for Feminism
1:09:17


Sponsored by Calm

Jesse Kelly, former Marine, contributor to The Federalist, and Twitter star, talks with Bridget about why Twitter needs him more than he needs Twitter, his conspiracy theory on why his account was banned (it has since been reinstated), and his zero tolerance policy on whining and excuses. They delve into how the country as a whole used to be tougher, leaving behind a piece of yourself in a combat zone, his bumpy reintegration into society after his service was over and the role returning to church played in finding his way. Listen as they discuss the growing culture of victimhood in today's society, how you can't out think human nature, why allowing a kid to punch a bully in the face might prevent so many school shootings, and find out Jesse's strongest asset (other than his chin).


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Nov 28, 2018
8. Sarah Shahi and Why Bridget Would be a Douchebag if She’d Gone to Harvard
1:08:25

Sarah Shahi (The L Word, Person of Interest, Reverie) actress, producer, former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, and mother of three, talks about choosing between being an actor and a neurosurgeon, why happiness can only exist in the present moment, and how Robert Altman convinced her to move to Los Angeles. Listen as she and Bridget discuss the mentality of trust-fund babies, believing that if you leap the net will appear - even if it takes years - and how being the daughter of an Iranian immigrant helped shape her discipline, attitude and femininity. Don't miss her stories about getting rescued from a trailer by Quentin Tarantino, getting cast on The L Word and thinking "L" stood for "Love", and how a baby chimpanzee kick-started her biological clock.


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Nov 22, 2018
7. James Breakwell On Why He Can Do Better, But He’s Not Going To
1:13:56


Sponsored by Follain

James Breakwell, Twitter celebrity, Indiana father of four daughters, and author of Bare Minimum Parenting - The Ultimate Guide to Not Quite Ruining Your Child, discusses raising children in today's world. He and Bridget cover "drone parenting", screen time and social media, keeping your perspective on parenting and ignoring the shamers, and why wanting your kid to go to Harvard is basically a euphemism for wanting them to make the most money. They also discuss treating Twitter like a job, how "overnight success" is really the result of at least ten years of slogging, and why saying "let's cut parents some slack," is a radical message in this day and age, but it shouldn't be. You can find James on Twitter @XplodingUnicorn.


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Nov 15, 2018
6. Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy Part 1 – The Phetasy Origin Story
1:00:08


Sponsored by Follain

Story Hour with Bridget Phetasy is a segment where Bridget reminisces with cousin Maggie and tells stories explaining who she is and how she got here.

Bridget Phetasy shares the definition of the word Phetasy (a word she made up). The origin of the company, taking it on tour across country for 6 months, the eventual downfall of phetasy.com and the hope for its future resurrection. Along the way hear stories about a crazy ex-neighbor who thought Bridget was spying on her for Oliver Stone, how Bridget met her (now ex) husband from Belarus when he was working as a busboy, the "days of soup and toast", and why attempting to cross the border into Canada with bundles of t-shirts wrapped in white plastic bags and duct tape is a bad idea.


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Nov 08, 2018
5. Paul Shirley Operates at 85% Capacity – Bridget Phetasy at 20%
1:12:37


Sponsored by Calm

This week Bridget welcomes Paul Shirley, former NBA player, published author, and founder of Writers Blok, a communal workspace for writers in Los Angeles. Paul talks about the role sports play in helping us learn to fail, operating at peak capacity, how having too much free time can be paralyzing and why being a people-pleaser is both his biggest asset and greatest weakness. Paul and Bridget debate whether cavemen had more free time than we think they did, discuss overcoming internal resistance and agree that setting constraints on your life is helpful. Be sure to check out Paul's podcast Stories I Tell On Dates.


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Nov 01, 2018
4. Chloé Valdary and Resisting the Impulse to Burn it All Down
1:11:50


Sponsored by Care/of

Chloé Valdary, (The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Atlantic) freelance writer and deep thinker, talks with Bridget about dealing with Imposter Syndrome, the death of art, why revolution is easier than governance and the three things she learned from Bret Stephens. Chloé and Bridget discuss their shared desire to see all humans flourish while they analyze the joy that being snarky can bring. Don't miss their fascinating takes on intersectionality, astrology and why dudes want to fight - always. Be sure to read Chloé's fabulous piece on intersectionality - Whiteness is Blackness and Blackness is Whiteness.


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Oct 25, 2018
3. Jeff Garlin and Bridget Phetasy Both Thought They’d Die Young
1:04:13


Sponsored by Care/of

Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development) talks with Bridget Phetasy about his early job selling graves over the phone, their morning routines, embracing the uncomfortable, dark nights of the soul, trusting in your skill as an artist and how the key to life is to keep moving forward. Listen in as Jeff discusses why he's so supportive of other artists in the industry, marvel that neither one of them knows Ariana Grande's real name, and hear them almost decide to become roommates in the latest episode of Walk-Ins Welcome.


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Oct 18, 2018
2. Rosie Moss and Why Escape Rooms are the Perfect Metaphor for L.A.
1:14:36

This week Bridget Phetasy interviews Rosie Moss, actress, waitress, Bar/Bat Mitzvah coach, Hebrew school teacher, very busy human. Rosie shares her first experience on a network show in an episode of The Connors. She and Bridget discuss traversing the chasm between your dreams and reality, the curse of always wanting more, why the people you surround yourself with are what make you successful, and how touch football saved her.


Sponsored by Calm


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Oct 11, 2018
1. Steve Howey and Why the Mind Sucks
1:01:45

Learn about Steve Howey's (Shameless) journey into acting and how getting a national Coca-Cola commercial right out of the gates was the worst thing that could have happened. He talks marathons, triathlons, how he pushes himself beyond his perceived limits and why the mind is a dangerous place.


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Oct 05, 2018
Coming Soon
0:40

Bridget Phetasy admires grit and authenticity. On Walk-Ins Welcome, she talks about the beautiful failures and frightening successes of her own life and the lives of her guests. She doesn't conduct interviews--she has conversations. Conversations with real people about the real struggle and will remind you that we can laugh in pain and cry in joy but there's no greater mistake than hiding from it all. She believes that our lowest moments can be the building blocks for our eventual fulfillment. Embracing it all, and celebrating it with the stories she'll bring listeners.


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Sep 25, 2018