Millennial Love podkast

Millennial Love

The Independent

A podcast from The Independent focusing on everything to do with sexuality, relationships, identity and more.

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    Emily Ratajkowski on sexual violence, feminism, and learning to say 'no'

    42:56

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week Olivia speaks to model, actor and writer, Emily Ratajkowski.The two discuss the relationship with your body, self-worth through the male gaze, and what it means to be a commodifiable asset - and the nuances that surround being exploited by that asset while capitalising on it. Emily gives an honest and raw insight into the sexual assault she experienced throughout her life, personally and professionally.They also discuss how publishing Emily's collection of essays, My Body, was her way of opening the closet door, turning the on the lights and staring the monster in the face.You can buy Emily's book here.Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Turning your dating disasters into comedy, with Diana Vickers and Chiara Hunter

    35:38

    This week we’re joined by the dynamic duo that is actor and musician Diana Vickers and singer-songwriter Chiara Hunter.Together, they are Ki and Dee, a hilarious comedy duo making light of the trials and tribulations of millennial life, covering everything from fears around turning 30, friendship, and of course, dating.Today, they join me to discuss the inspiration behind their hilarious viral videos.We talk about some of their dating disasters, the agony of heartbreak, and why some breakups hit you harder than others.Book tickets to see Ki and Dee here: https://www.theturbinetheatre.com/whats-on/ki-&-dSupport Millennial Love with a donation: https://supporter.acast.com/millenniallove See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Toxic relationships, narcissistic abuse, and attachment types, with Toni Tone

    40:29

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week we’re joined by author and writer Toni Tone to discuss her new book: I Wish I Knew This Earlier: Lessons On Love, which focuses on all the things Toni wishes she knew about relationships in her 20s.In this episode we talk about the importance of looking for green flags when you start dating someone, the difference between compromise and settling, and what narcissistic abuse actually means.We also discuss attachment types and toxic relationships.Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Sex Education’s George Robinson on playing Isaac, ableism and intimacy co-ordinators

    37:30

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week, Olivia speaks to actor George Robinson, who is best known for playing Isaac in Netflix’s hit series Sex Education.The two discuss how George helped to shape the role of Isaac, what it was like working with an intimacy coordinator for his scenes with Maeve (played by Emma Mackey) and what some of the myths and misconceptions are when it comes to sex and relationships and people with disabilities.Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Join Millennial Love LIVE on Wednesday!

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    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveOlivia will be hosting a live Millennial Love event on Wednesday - and there's still time for you to join!You'll get to hear from author of Alonement, and former Millennial Love guest, Francesca Specter, The Vida Consultancy's Director of Relationship Psychology Services Dr Madeleine Mason Roantree and Hinge’s Director of Relationship Science, Logan Ury.The discussion, held on Zoom, will look at the changed landscape when it comes to finding love - no matter your age, gender, sexual orientation or where you live.They will also touch on the benefits of being alone as well as ways to change approaches to dating to find a successful relationship.The event is totally free to attend, and you can sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/millennial-love-dating-post-pandemic-tickets-169245226027 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Having an eco-friendly love life, with Aja Barber

    41:27

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week, Olivia speaks to writer Aja Barber.The two discuss the fascinating links between sustainability and romance, looking at all the surprising ways with which consumption affects the way we behave and think in relationships.Touching on everything from wedding dress shopping and first date outfits to gender binaries and consumer identities, the episode is as wide-ranging as it is interrogating.They also talk about Aja’s relationship with her current partner, and how it began as a long-distance online romance.You can find out more about the upcoming Millennial Love event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/millennial-love-dating-post-pandemic-tickets-169245226027Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Being single, fabulous and living life on your own terms, with Paris Lees

    42:13

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week, Olivia speaks to writer Paris Lees.The two discuss the joys of being single, how Paris found herself experimenting with the idea of celibacy, and why we fetishise authenticity so much in relationships.They also talk about transphobia in the dating world and Paris’s new book, What It Feels Like For A Girl, and how it felt for Paris to revisit her childhood.Finally, they discuss the perils of social media and why Paris believes that being a trans person in the public eye is like being a “professional victim”. Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    What’s the difference between a Soft Boy and a F*** Boy? With Maisie Peters

    29:19

    This week, Olivia speaks to musician Maisie Peters.The two discuss the crucial differences between Soft Boys and F*** Boys, how to reclaim the power in relationships, the nuances of writing songs about your love life, and why she’ll never explain who a song is ‘about’.You can download Maisie’s new album here: https://lnk.to/YSUFTSupport Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millenniallove See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Shame and sexuality, with Will Young

    41:22

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millenniallove This week, Olivia speaks to Will Young. The two discuss the shame we attach to sexuality and how Will was encouraged to keep his own sexuality a secret when he entered into the public eye as a Pop Idol contestant in 2001. They also discuss the positives and negatives of labelling one’s sexuality, and what the music industry can do to become more inclusive of those in the LGBT+ community and adapt contemporary attitudes towards gender. Finally, they discuss his new album, Crying on the Bathroom Floor, which is out now. Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Interracial relationships, narcissistic men and Love Island, with Candice Brathwaite

    42:19

    Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week, Olivia speaks to Candice Brathwaite. Candice is the bestselling author and journalist, whose debut book, I Am Not Your Baby Mother, about being a black British mother, was a roaring success.She joins Olivia to discuss her second book, Sista Sister, a collection of essays about the things Candice wishes she knew when she was growing up, covering everything from family and friendships to money and dating.They discuss the complexities surrounding interracial relationships and Candice explains why she advises black women to always “go where the love is”.They also discuss what drives women towards narcissistic men, how we can rectify the power imbalance between men and women in straight relationships, whether Love Island’s diversity problem can ever be fixed, and the microaggressions that Candice has experienced in the so-called “mummy blogger” sphere.Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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