Crying In Public

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Welcome to Crying In Public, just another weekly podcast hosted by six 20-something, college women living in NYC. Follow along while they dive into growing up in a time where there’s no distinction between what’s public and what’s private. Even though we’re encouraged to put ONLY our best self forward on social media, these ladies dare to be open as young women navigating the 21st century. They cover everything from navigating relationships, to the best spots in the city, to trying to make sense of what in the world is happening around us. On Crying in Public, nothing's off limits. Support this podcast:

Episode Date
Just Another First Move: Dating Edition
Episode 10: Ever wonder how to approach that cutie in your 8am math class or how to strike up a conversation with the hottie at the bar? Tired of waiting for them to finally notice you? Well ladies, it’s 2020 and it’s time to redefine outdated gender roles and take matters into our own hands. Look no further, because this week the girls dive into the many foolproof ways in which you can make the first move and finally land a date with the one you’ve had your eye on. And don’t worry, they didn’t leave you out fellas—listen for a comprehensive list of what NOT to do or say, if you actually want to increase the odds of getting them to take a chance on you. --- Support this podcast:
Aug 06, 2020
Just Another Turn-Off

Episode 9: You know that feeling when you’re really into someone, then they do something so small that completely changes your interest in them? Lo and behold, this week the girls discuss their biggest turn-offs when it comes to dating apps, hooking up, and relationships. From guys posting pictures with their exes on their Tinder profiles, to being older than 25 and still using Axe as a 'cologne', to being obsessed with your friends, the girls discuss all the very little (and very big) things their past flings have done to make them axe the relationship. Dear male listeners, you may want to pay close attention to this one, and take some notes.

Jul 30, 2020
Just Another Hometown Hookup

Episode 8: As the girls finally head back to the City after a very, very, long tenure apart in their hometowns due to the pandemic, the girls reflect on how their sex lives changed while being home, and how it highlighted the big differences between hookup culture in high school or their hometown versus in college. They discuss everything from slut shaming, to changing standards, to how the kind of high-school you went to definitely dictated the kind of hoe you will be in college. Because hookup culture is so prevalent in our generation, especially in NYC, the girls dish out their best advice as to how to navigate it (the best that one can). Most importantly, they finally tackle the most important piece of advice they can give: never, (and they mean never), hook up with a “Vineyard Vines and Sperrys” type of boy.

Jul 23, 2020
Just Another Girl Code Rule Book

Episode 7: This week, the girls get down to business and finally discuss the unwritten commandments every girl group is ruled by: girl code. From discussing the way you should behave around girls you don’t know, to being a home-wrecker, to the rules of Plan B, and ditching your friends in a bar, no topic goes untouched in this episode. Listen to find out the big DOs and DONTs of female friendships while hearing some hilarious anecdotal stories along the way.

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Jul 16, 2020
Just Another Big, Shiny Red Flag

Episode 6: In this week’s short (but not so sweet) episode, the girls of Crying In Public discuss what they’ve learned in their PHD studies on dating walking Red Flags (kidding!). The girls take their dating horror stories of the past and create a comprehensive list of warning sides that you should look out for in relationships or when talking to a new significant other. From telling whether or not they are emotionally unavailable, or if they're outright embarrassed of you, these are indications that you need to keep an eye out for toxic behaviors in order to protect you and your feelings. While we may be experts in identifying red flags, doing something about them is a whole other ball park. As we like to say: red IS our favorite color...

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Jul 09, 2020
Just Another Reason to Vote

Episode 5: Just in time for the Fourth of July, the girls dedicate this episode to explaining the hottest thing a potential significant other can They go into detail about not only the importance of voting and becoming involved in political discourse, but also how attractive it is for your boo to care about what’s happening in the country too (whew!). They outline ways and resources to get involved, get educated, and get registered to vote in your respective city and state. Along with debating the divisiveness of politics today, they describe their personal annoyances with social media’s role in political discourse within our generation. Last but not least, they give advice for international students in the US as to how they can get involved in politics despite not being able to vote, and why they should. Remember: go register to vote, and then vote!

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Jul 02, 2020
Just Another Unrealistic NYC Expectation

Episode 4: In this week’s episode, the girls discuss their (unrealistic) expectations, versus the realities, when first moving to New York based off of what they saw in TV shows (we are looking at you Sex and The City and Gossip Girl), rom-com movies, and music. Like how is Dan Humphrey the “poor” character in Gossip Girl, but has a 2 million dollar loft in Williamsburg? Why aren’t these girls dating a hotel tycoon yet or regularly vacationing in the Hamptons? They  discuss their favorite, and not-so-favorite, parts of NYC that make New York, New York in this rather complicated love letter to the City. From their favorite celebrity-run in stories, to their first time seeing rats, the girls of Crying in Public paint the bare picture of what it’s actually like to live in New York City in the 21st century.

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Jun 25, 2020
Just Another Ex

Episode 3: We all know that getting over an ex can be one of the most draining and difficult processes a girl can go through, but throw in Tinder, social media, Snapchat scores, and a quarantine, and you have the recipe for a perfect storm. Today the girls outline the five-step program they created to help you get over an old fling (or at least attempt to). Is this program full-proof? Are they really qualified to be giving advice on getting over exes? Absolutely not, but they’re going to do it anyway. 

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Jun 18, 2020
Just Another Guy You're Bound to Meet in NYC
Episode 2: In their favorite episode to date, the girls of Crying in Public set out to finally dispel the rumors that Hollywood has perpetuated for so long: finding love in New York City is NOT easy. However, despite this, there’s no place to date like the City. To help out, the girls outline four types of guys you are bound to meet in NYC (and especially at NYU). Through stories of their embarrassing encounters and cringe-worthy hookup stories, they devise their crash course on stereotypical NYC boys.  But no need to worries ladies, we are not here to get your hopes up or create unattainable standards, because while there are many types of guys here, they’re all the absolute worst. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Jun 10, 2020
Just Another Public Breakdown
Episode 1: Welcome to the inaugural episode of Crying In Public, the podcast that literally no one asked for. In this episode, the girls discuss how they met, how the idea of Crying In Public came to be, and the process of getting the podcast off of the ground. They then thought it would only be fitting to recount their favorite public breakdowns over the years that led to them actually crying in public. As the episode says: You aren’t a true New Yorker until you’ve found yourself crying on the street (it’s really a rite of passage). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Jun 10, 2020
Just Another Difficult (But Necessary) Conversation

As recent acts of police brutality, including the murder of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, spark protests and movements nationwide, social media has become a breeding ground for new forms of activism by helping to spread information and create accountability. While this is a great first step, Crying In Public dedicates their inaugural episode to discuss ways in which we can educate one another, create constructive and difficult conversations with friends of different races, and enact change beyond our phone screens. As a racially diverse group of women, they discuss how their upbringings affected their respective views on racism and privilege, and what steps they are taking to actively better themselves in the wake of recent events. To take action or find ways to do your part, please check the resources available here:

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Jun 04, 2020