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Fresh update on "chloe" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:32 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "chloe" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"You and thank you, Elon Musk has revived his bid to buy Twitter the original price of $54 and 20 cents a share, the move back tracks on his effort to quit the deal and potentially avoid a contentious courtroom fight, confirming a Bloomberg report Musk made the proposal in a letter to Twitter on Monday, according to a file with the U.S. SEC Twitter shares climbed 22% after that news did break. Now Liz truss will close a Conservative Party conference by defending her approach and pledging a New Britain for the new era in her first conference speech as prime minister shall underline the Chancellor quasi Quartet's plan to boost economic growth. She has a tough task for restoring morale after a bruising few days, which exposed deep divisions in the party following her U turn on tax cuts and the debate that's now a bubbling around benefit payments. And Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket says profit this year will be at the lower end of a previously guided range. The retailer reported a 0.7% rise in like for like UK sales in the first half, beating analyst estimates for 8 decline. Tesco is fighting to keep shopper loyalty as consumers decamped to cheaper rivals like Aldi and lidl with inflation at a 40 year high. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and Jan guerin's this is Bloomberg Stephen. Leigh Anne, thank you very much while the prime minister will be trying to get her stumbling premiership back on track today in that speech at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham a tall order though for more let's go to our economics and government correspondent Lizzie Burton, who's in Birmingham for us this morning. Good morning to you, Lizzie. What should we be expecting then from Les trusts? Well, Stephen defiant is the tone that Liz truss is going to try and strike today. She's going to want to ensure us that she's going to get on with the job even if it's unpopular. But that's not going to be an easy message to deliver given that this conference started with her massive U turn on the top rate of tax. And then now, at the other end of the equality spectrum, her cabinet seems really divided over welfare payment. Trust has hinted that she would not commit to Boris Johnson's pledge to raise benefits in line with inflation because perhaps it would help to incentivize people into work. It would save money to pay for her tax cuts, but that's controversial given of course we're in a cost of living crisis and also 38% of people who receive the main kind of benefit are actually in work, but I've been speaking to cabinet ministers, Chloe Smith, the work and pension secretary Chris Philip, the chief secretary to the treasury, none of them want to give a straight answer on what the government is going to do, but Chloe Smith I have to say hinting that what she wants to do is protect the most vulnerable. So a bit of a gap there from truss message. And really, it risks not just stoking divisions within the cabinet and the party, but also widening the rift between labor and the Tories in the polls because this goes back to the image of the Tory's governing only for the rich. So questions over her vision in that we've seen quite a lot of disagreements at conference about where policy should go, but now some people asking questions about her survival, what's the latest there, Lizzie? Well, I would just say about the speech as well. I've not seen many MPs this morning only cabinet ministers doing interviews because many Tories were drowning their sorrows last night and probably gone home to avoid the train strikes early. So you have to wonder whether the applause for the p.m. in the conference hall is going to be that impressive later on. We have heard from cabinet ministers that they think trust is going to be a lame duck for the rest of her premiership because we've already seen this one new turn perhaps we're going to see more when it comes to planning reform or the cap on bankers bonuses. It looks as if truss is so vulnerable that she's going to be pushed around on these other issues. And we spoke to Mel stride, the treasury select committee chair yesterday. He said it's going to be a bumpy road ahead for exactly that reason. Lizzie in slightly brighter news behind the scenes we are getting news that perhaps there could be some progress made on the issues around the Northern Ireland protocol, which could lead to an improvement relations with the EU. The UK is seeing a deal on Northern Ireland on trade within weeks and that could be by the end of next month. This is, according to the Northern Ireland secretary Chris heaton Harris, he's been speaking Tory conference and the foreign secretary James cleverly also said that the tone has improved. So essentially, the issue is you well know Stephen has been that the EU wants the UK to marshal checks between GB and Northern Ireland, but the UK says that's unnecessary and it just slows trade down to on the trade flows. But remember, trust was foreign secretary before she was prime minister, one of her last acts as foreign secretary was to introduce a bill to scrap vast ways of the Brexit deal. That soured relations if they can soften the tone and move on

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Chloe Grace Moretz and Her 'Body Dysmorphic Disease'

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02:30 min | 4 d ago

Chloe Grace Moretz and Her 'Body Dysmorphic Disease'

"Chloë Grace Moretz, right? Cute girl. You see the movies? She decided to open up about suffering from body dysmorphic disorder because there was a meme or a video of her when the Family Guy, the animated show, made fun of her. A meme of her went viral and because of that, she became a recluse. Do you understand how weak you have to be to do this? She said in an interview with something called hunger magazine, Jesus Christ that they talked to anybody now? That the joke that's often posed on Twitter forced her to retract from the public eye, she said, there was one meme that really affected me. It was me walking into a hotel with a pizza box in my hand. This girl is 25 years old. She's adorable. She had a great body. She needs a man to go, hey, honey, do you fucking hot shit? Don't worry about this horse. Come here. Get your clothes off. Let's go to bed. What are you worried about the fucking Family Guy? I can't believe that I'm reading. She's in the photo got so manipulated into a character from Family Guy with long legs and a short torso. It was the most widespread meme at the time. It was back in 2016. And it captured our carrying two pizza boxes but she's wearing a top and heel and shorts and the paparazzi snapshot was then edited into looking like her midsection was really short and her legs were over long, who cares? And a meme was born. Everyone was making fun of my body and I brought it up with someone and they were like, oh, shut the fuck up. It's funny. Exactly. But she couldn't handle it. She couldn't handle it. She said, she remembers sitting there thinking my body is being used as a joke and it's something that I can't change and I can't change this about who I am and it's being posted all over Instagram and she said, I basically became a recluse

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"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

05:02 min | Last month

"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Is this a trend? Yeah. Which is, I think, a really complex question, right? My overarching answer to that is no. It is absolutely not a trend, but the nuances come in this huge revolution. When people see revelation and lots of young votes being free and wild and pushing outside of the binary, people think trend, right? And especially because there are lots of celebrities, this culture shift is folks on the cover of Vogue, dressed in a certain way. And I think people see this as a, as a moment in time. And what I would say is that there's been this massive evolutionary pressure to conform. This idea of certainty and binaries and labels and what Gen Z, the generation of doing is yes, they're pulling against this in this moment. And the leading towards fluidity in the unknown ever evolving south. But this is something that we've always tried to do. And this is the time when I think that we've been set for you to do it. As I think about what a trend, it feels to me like the language that we use in any given moment, that might be trending. That might come and that might go, how we describe what's going on will shift and will change. But what's going on has been going on for my entire lifetime we have been moving up the spectrum of self expression. And as we look toward the younger people coming up, ahead of us, putting myself out there a little bit, but I don't understand. I came out with a much more binary set of labels that I was allowed to invited to try on and even I don't quite understand it. I just recognize it as something that I need to make space for. And need to be patient with and inside of, because this is a way that the world is changing. And if I turn away from it because I don't understand it and deny it and say, well, it's going to go away over time. Then I will be the one that's left behind, you know? Absolutely. Absolutely. And I feel the same, you know, when I first came out, I did that with a very binary view. And honestly, a lot of our members and person as the younger generation of teaching me that even in my label of non binary, I can be really fluid. I can be more muscular one day, more feminine, the next I can change my pronouns if I want. I can try on different things and see what feeds my soul. And I think it's quite beautiful in fact, wonderful. But it can be scary for some folks. And I think that that's what that's what society is feeling. It's been really politicized. And I think that the our community have always had to sort of swim upstream against all this conditioning. And I love that I think that this real hot pursuit of self truth that we're driving towards is just so exciting and absolutely the right place to be. Yeah, I couldn't agree more. Chloe, thanks for coming on the show. It's great to have you. Thank you so much. We worked through our little audio challenges here and there and came out the other side. Yes. Exactly. I really appreciate you, Jesse. Thank you. That was actor and entrepreneur, Chloe Freeman. Check out their company for them dot com. And you can also see them on the latest season of New Amsterdam on NBC and peacock. Chloe's story shows us that what someone might dismiss as niche is often a huge opportunity. If you're paying attention. And they're coming out stories powerful too. Let us know about your coming out experience. Drop us a line at hello Monday at LinkedIn dot com. You can send us an email or even a voice memo. We can't wait to hear what you have to say. Hello Monday is the production of LinkedIn. Sarah storm, who uses the pronouns she and they produces our show with mixing by Joe de Georgie. Is head of original audio and video. Dave pond is head of news production. Mikaela grier and Victoria Taylor embrace our full expressions of self. Our music was composed just for us by the mysterious breakmaster cylinder. Van Roth is the editor in chief of LinkedIn. I'm Jesse hemple, we'll be back next Monday. Thanks

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"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

06:22 min | Last month

"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Asked Chloe to share their experience meeting venture capitalists. Yes. It is impossible to get a bunch of funded. It is so tough out there, especially for underrepresented folks, especially the POCs. And especially with a niche product or what people perceive to be a niche product are very lucky from the outset. I had honestly a mentor believe in me. I met two mentors, Henrik woodlin, and Nicholas Thorne. So they run an entrepreneur shop called pre hype. And they're sort of sole mission is to help entrepreneurs find problems that they really care about that they want to solve and help them do that. You know, they were so open minded. This was three years ago now. Maybe two and a half three years ago. And I was just exploring problems that I had in my community that were really personal to me. I went to Henrik and I said to him, you know, old genders have periods. And he said, what? That was the first line of your pitch. That's what I said. It was this verbal pitch I went to him. He's so straight, white, male. And he said, what do you mean? And I said, well, I identify as non binary. And afab, which means assigned female out there. And so I have a period. I don't love. It feels very dysphoric to go and to see the S and by tampons that are pink and flowery and that don't really speak to who I am and who I want to be moving through the world. And he really sat there and looked at me and I saw his cogs moving. And he really started to understand and this catapulted a huge conversation around our community, what they really need. This massive gap in the market and all these products and services that are made with a half amount of lands. And he saw the opportunity in that. He thought that I was the right person to explore it. And very, very early on, he gave me a shot and he pointed me, he gave me some angel investment and through that I started to demand test 12 to customers and figure out exactly where the best place was to stop. Chloe, were you an entrepreneur before this? What is an entrepreneur? There you go. There's a question. I think that I was constantly questioning, I would say. And looking at problems and figuring out how I could solve them. In that case, I think I've always been an entrepreneur. Certainly though, I was a CFO. I started in finance. And then I moved from London to New York to be an actor. I found acting, you know, I really think that it was linked to my gender journey. It felt like such an exploration of self. It felt like I could be anybody. I could dive into these characters. I started from learn about myself. I saw it as being more comfortable in my body or not or specific parts of my body and realizing why that was and it was just honestly like a bit of a lifeline for me. I would also just point out Chloe that to be an actor is to be an entrepreneur. The amount of hustle you need to embrace and the way that you need to continue to put yourself out there against projection is the story of what it means to be an entrepreneur, I think. Yeah, exactly right. It's a very tough industry to be in. But I was very lucky. I bought a few roles. I started to enjoy different characters. I was on screen a little bit. And I just noted that there were just no underrepresented people behind the camera. And she said, it's time when we're really pushing for diversity on screen, which is much better but certainly we're not there yet, but we're driving towards it. And I thought this is really weird because I'm on camera as a black non binary person and the person that has written my lines and the person is directed me and the person that is true to me in my experience was a white cis have relative person. So that was my first sort of dip into entrepreneurship. I decided to set up my own production company. I'll mention was to support underrepresented folks behind the camera. That was my very first business and it's still running today. That is amazing and it's not at all surprising to me that you have multiple things happening at once that too is the story of what it means to be an entrepreneur. So you could easily mistake for them as a company that sells a binder. But that is really just the on ramp to a much bigger vision, right, Chloe? Exactly. I think that I describe our mission as a push towards forward expansivity play. We aren't explicitly solving for dysphoria, which is what the binder primarily does. But rather encouraging and celebrating a path to euphoria on many different levels. Starting with this idea of redefining wellness was really important. I think wellness is a bit of a buzzword and it certainly doesn't speak to our community. It's a bit triggering if I can be honest to our community. And so I really wanted to grab that word and say, what does it mean for me to be well as the person that I am? And it actually means lots of different things. And our company is trying to help folks want to figure out what that means. And then drive them towards those goals. As you are out there pitching this and growing the business. I'm curious, what kinds of questions do you get most frequently from people who are not in the community? Well, we touched on it a little bit, but certainly isn't this niche?

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"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

07:52 min | Last month

"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"He's 40 years old. He's a couple of kids. He came out for the first time around 24. And growing up, he danced point ballet and loved it. He never felt out of sync with who he was, he described his shift in gender as simply opening up the aperture so that he could become more authentically who he was. It wasn't about throwing away anything for him. It was about adding more levels and dimensions. And if you ask him right now, are you a boy or are you girl, first of all, he'll raise his eyebrows and be like, Jesse, are we talking about this again? Then he's like, why does it matter so much to you? Why do we have to keep talking about this? A 100%. I think by the way, that is so beautiful. How he describes that is very inspiring to me. I think that is exactly what we're driving towards. So I think you should drive towards which is this expansion and fluidity and challenging the binary norms to go back to language a little bit. We don't have the nuances of vocabulary to describe the lived experience that we're evolving to. It still feels pretty reductive. For example, we use man male masculine interchangeably and these things are extinct, right? The gender role are being the man that the autonomy would be male and then this masculinity which I describe as sort of energetic presence. I think these nuanced layers of self, how these are the things that all come together and describe how I wish to be related to in the world. And I think we're just starting to explore words and labels around that. I don't usually start by asking guests to share their coming out processes. But in this case, it's important because Chloe's experiences and their community relate so closely to this really cool business they've started. I'm the founder of for them. We are redefining wellness for queer and gender fluid votes. The binaries of gender and sexuality are dissolving, lifestyle products and services are built with a heteronormative lens and our community is underserved or often completely not served at all. And so we're just here to listen and build the products and services that they need in order to change that. That is a wonderful elevator pitch. I want to back up. When you say our community is underserved and you talk about wellness, I think that most people who aren't a part of this community or don't touch it directly may not understand its size. So help me understand who are we talking about? Well, I remember when I first pitched this two and a half years ago, the word niche cats get engaged as a response to my pitch. And I think that is the direction. How many people are actually quit? Well, a lot of people, a lot of people, this time where is this huge umbrella term of folks that just feel a little bit more expansive. If you reframe your mind to think about that, then actually this is a really large and growing community. I think traditionally, as humans, we gravitate towards certainty and binary and labels. I'm going to slowly push him towards expansion and fluidity and this evolution of self. That's like who we're serving and that's what we're driving to those. There's a growing group of people disproportionately younger people who understand themselves as part of the fluidity that Chloe describes. For the most part, their options for taking care of themselves are limited to the same kinds of tools that people had in the middle of the 20th century when they were closeted in hiding. Here's an example you may have heard of, binders. Let's say you have a body that grows breasts, but that creates dysphoria, a profound discomfort in your own skin. Until recently, your option to bind your chest was the same ace bandage you might keep in the medicine cabinet for a sprained ankle. It's unsafe. Yes, it works, but it can also restrict breathing and crack ribs. While Chloe needed to bind. I needed this product. It was a high need. I would use it where it feel like I couldn't breathe. I feel like I couldn't move. I did a bit of acting. And so, you know, nothing is more important for an app that had been able to be in their skin and move around be free in their movement. And it was a real struggle for me. And so the whole business was basically pulling out of this need. So we created the binder is what we've called it. It's completely recycled material. You can move in it, you can breathe in it. It's been really revolutionary for the community. I read these messages that come through from our members that have won it for the first time. It's really emotional. You know, it's really changed, certainly the way I move through life every day. It's pretty much removed my chest dysphoria, which is really, really powerful. And I just really hope that it's just as impactful for everybody else. So I really love the story of how you developed the bind. Because you actually pulled from another community of people who need this tool in order to be able to work, performers, right? Yeah, absolutely. I had for a friend that misses Copeland, who is an amazing ballerina. Was asking to have a design to create a bra that she could dance in her problem was that she needed her chest to say still, but she still needed to breathe and move obviously as a ballerina. This sort of a lightbulb went off in my head and I was like, wow, this essentially with a few tweaks could be a boundary. It could be the kind of binder that the community really needs. So I tracked down the designer, an amazing woman called RADA, and I sat with her and really spoke to her about the problem. And when I thought to be the solution and asked her, is this possible? Could you find my chest? I'm still allowed me to breathe and to move. And could I wear it all day? And it'd be safe. And she has since he said, yes, we can do this. I wanted to make sure that we really connected with the community and we made a binder that was available for all sizes. And so we used a lot of trans and non binary folks, they came into the design studio, we measured them, we tried different types of binders. We iterated the design over and over and over until we got to the point that I believe we had a product that was good that the community loved and we recently launched it. We're going to take a quick break here when we come back more with Chloe Freeman. Businesses are suffering from higher turnover and labor shortages. Disruptions in the supply chain are changing how we live. As life is changing people are expecting more from their employers. Oracle cloud HCM can help. It's a complete solution that connects every human resource process and every person across your enterprise. Busied Oracle dot com slash HCM to see it in action. And we're back. I met Chloe this spring at a party for female and non binary entrepreneurs and funders. In one of the reasons we met is that for them is venture funded. It's a big deal to be funded. It's hard to get that kind of money to get that kind of buy in. There's anticipation that the market is big and the company will grow. I

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"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

06:39 min | Last month

"chloe" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"More and more of us are rethinking our relationships to our gender. We're asking to be identified in ways that better reflect who we understand ourselves to be. In the world is following suit. I mean, just consider that on LinkedIn when you sign up now, you have 5 options to identify your gender. And they include both non binary and self describe. Today's guest is uniquely positioned to help us understand this movement. Chloe Freeman identifies as a black, queer, non binary person. Their pronouns are they them, and as an actor, they often get to play non binary characters. But Khloe is also an entrepreneur, and that's what we're going to talk about today. They founded a wellness company for queer people. In Chloe Dell's this amazing story about raising money from a venture capitalist, a white cisgender man. Said to him, you know, old genders have periods. And he said, what? This statement, it got the guy's attention. And Khloe was able to raise funding for their company. It's called for them. One of the biggest reasons that queer people don't have more products and services developed for us is because many people misunderstand who we are, or how substantial our numbers are. Today, I'll talk with Chloe about the great opportunity in serving a niche market of people who are just not at all served. But to start, I ask Chloe if we could understand their life experience a bit more. Here's Chloe. I'm going to split my coming out of sorry in terms of sexuality and gender. I think we loop all those together and we assume one huge, huge coming out, which is not my experience. When I was 18 and so I started to date women and I thought this is me. I went through a bit of bisexuality and I moved straight through to I am gay. I am gay, I have 100%. I love women. This is who I am. And that was awesome. My Friends was super accepting. My family struggled a little bit at first. I think back then, I think I would just quite shocked, which I was quite shocked. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Liverpool in the UK. The you were shocked that they were shocked. Yeah, I was like, look at me. I'm so scary. What are you talking about? This is, I thought that I was wearing it on my soul. I don't be outside of my body, but apparently I was not. And that made it a little tough for me. I wasn't sure what it meant. I was like, okay, I'm gay. Should I still force myself to be super fam? Should I be really good? Because that's what I see. Some people being on the hour. Where do I sit? And so that was a really big exploration for me to understand what that really meant. Both to be honest inside intimately with friends and partners and family and then outside in the world, how did I want to be? I think that external expression, it's this wonderful mirror for what's going on inside you when you come out, but when you come out, you start with modeling the images you have in front of you. And figuring out what fits. And I feel like there's this training wheels period to coming out, where you know I had a shaped head for a while. I had an eyebrow ring, and then I went through, I went the other way and I was like, lipstick every day and coiffed hair. Right. Until I finally figured out what it felt like to be me, right? Exactly. And this is why I'm sort of obsessed with this idea of authentic self. What does it feel like? What does it look like? How do I want to move through the world? And certainly, my sexuality was just one step into the right direction. And then I started to understand that actually my gender was a little bit more fluid and at the time I felt complex than I thought. And I started thinking about what does it mean if I don't feel like a woman and I don't feel like a man. I didn't have the label for it at the time, but I just sort of knew that I certainly had a little bit of dysphoria, which that's in my own personal experience and is not prevalent in everybody. Those gender nonconforming, but for me, I had a bit of dysphoria and that was my first sort of insight into gender expansion or gender nonconformity. And I've just been exploring questioning, learning, talking to people in the community, and I finally got to a place where I understand who I am. Yeah. Well, so what are your pronouns? And does that question annoy you? Question that people who don't live in a community where gender is part of every conversation, like they always start to be progressive and good citizens of the world. No, absolutely not. It is not annoying me. Always ask everybody pronouns. I think it's beautiful. It feels quite politicized actually at this point, but I see it as this wonderful expression of self to the outside world. I'm also this beautiful respect between those that don't know you. And so yeah, my soapbox moment is ask people's pronouns. I love that. I appreciate that. I encourage that. Now let me ask you, how do you think about the relationship between what it means to be transgender and what it means to be non binary? Yes. This is a wonderful subject to discuss. This is something that we're trying to sort of catch up on in terms of being this language and labels. I think some of my trans Friends, some of my trans non binary Friends identify as transgender, even though they are not, they do not sit in a binary of identifying the transmon or trans woman. I think that there is fluidity around the label. I think there is more and more fluidity in the community. And I think that we're playing a little bit with language. If I can be honest, I mean, we haven't quite nuanced each individual's expression in terms of how we label them. I still hear that. And I just want to amplify that idea that we are in the midst of, I mean, I'm going to call it a revolution. We are in the midst of rethinking what gender could mean. And there are not succinct labels that work for anyone or everyone, and those labels, by the way, are morphing and emerging all the time. Right. And I know you know this Chloe and I know a lot of our listeners know this. But my brother is transgender. And he's a dad.

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"chloe" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:14 min | Last month

"chloe" Discussed on WBUR

"And I am. Chloe and tavi tingi make videos and re sing songs to give them a comedy spin. And their most viewed video of which that was the least sweary part is actually about their different medical conditions. In 12 months they've amassed 400,000 followers, 7 million likes and 35 million views, and off the back of that is also a fringe show, which sounds like this. We waited a long time. So what has it been like to transition from viral videos to live audiences? I met up with them in the artist's lounge next to the bar to find out. It's totally overwhelming, actually. We feel very grateful every day when we wake up, we still can't really believe that this has become our life, because when we posted that first video on TikTok, we really honestly thought nobody would see it. We had about 11 followers that all had used the names like roadblocks, 34, you know, we don't know if they were real. And then it's just spiraled into this live original show that we've written and it really does feel like a celebration. So we're really excited. It's like Tammy said we a lot of people ask us, so it worked out for you then. We're like, well, we had no game plan here. It certainly wasn't our intention to become live musical comedians in any way. I mean, increasingly, it seems to be that social media can just randomly, I guess. Elevate someone or a group of people to international stardom. That's the goal. Well, I say you're on the way. And that was thanks to social media, TikTok, wasn't it? That's right. And actually, I think that TikTok is a lot easier to get from zero to a hundred than it is on other platforms because it's kind of leveled the playing field in the sense that if you have ten followers, you're much more likely to get a viral hit than on other platforms. So it's kind of interesting because sometimes people with millions of followers and video doesn't do very well. So it's really interesting how that works. Have you any idea how it does work? Look, nobody knows it is a mystery, the algorithm, and I think that TikTok probably want to keep it that way because it's so good. That one thing we do know is that it's really good at getting videos that you make out to people who are likely to love it. You've come from a very highly produced videos where you can control exactly what they look like because you're editing them to fractions of a second. Now you are performing live one take wonder in front of an audience. Those just seem so different. How have you found that difference? One of the main differences is that on TikTok, most of our videos have the familiarity of the melody and the track and it's the lyrics that have changed and it's kind of the juxtaposition of the vibe of the song with what we're singing about that adds humor. Whereas our show is 100% original music written by us every track is written by us played by our lives. We've got lots of stuff going on. So I think there's so much scope for error. There is so much stuff that's not in our control. On TikTok, it is actually all in our control from beginning to end. Come for the jeopardy. Yeah, well, actually, it's funny you say that because I feel like there's been a lot of eyes on us to say, you know, can TikTok stars make it in the live scene. Which is quite the pressure to be under, but something that I think me and Chloe keep having to remind ourselves when we feel a little bit out of our depth in this whole experience is that we've done our 10,000 hours in our performance aspect. Chloe and songwriting and performing me in singing, dancing, acting, performing. And it's not many more hours learning our relationship, which is actually the main thing that's in the since she was a since she was born. With 30 now I am, she's 28, so we've had all of these years to sort of think about how we relate to each other and how we talk and how we how we are different and how we're the same. And that really I think comes through in our stage show because it's all about that really. And there's the sister telepathy going on, you know, sometimes when we're on stage, I literally can hear the way Chloe breeze and I know what's about to happen or Chloe can hear a slight change of something in my voice and she knows, oh, okay. So it's been an amazing social experiment for us as sisters as well to kind of see how that does merge when there is an external factor of audience members actually interacting with the show, which we never have on TikTok. I think also the difference between TikTok and the live show as well is that the tiktoks that we put out are done. Once we press post and they've uploaded to a 100% and the first person has watched it, it's kind of out of our hands. It will either go well or it won't. And you know some of our videos go brilliantly and others don't do as well and they don't get as many views and we think, damn, we really, really loved that video. I can't believe it didn't get as many of us as we thought. But with the live show, it's alive. It's there for the hour. And it's no longer living, changing organism. Which is really exciting. That was Chloe and tabby tingy, the sugar coated sisters talking to me earlier. What would mean in the studio now is fellow comedy fan Alastair Keane, hi

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"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And that helps me to stay focused if I'm kind of saying like, oh, you know, I need some extra motivation or confidence today. So whether it's your screensaver on your phone or on your desktop or whatever, I would keep those visual symbols of your reasons for doing what you're doing. Again, if it's your kids, if it's your health, whatever it is that is motivating you. And if you don't know what's motivating you, then obviously it would be good to have a goal session and get really clear about it. And then also to keep some really nice kind of pep talk reminders for yourself because as the entrepreneurs, we don't have a good manager that's going to pull us aside and give us the pep talk. So we kind of have to have that readily available for ourselves on demand. Rome was not built in a day fire nation, have a wish list. Now, doctor Chloe, how do we keep growing as an entrepreneur? Well, for myself, I actually do see a therapist coach every week. So the person I see actually is also a therapist as well as the coach because for myself, if I'm having something that's happening in my personal life, I need someone who also really understands what's happening in my business life because as entrepreneurs, I think we all know that it's not really just a binary thing where it's like, oh, I just clack out of work and then I go home and then there's my personal life. And if we're fortunate enough to be doing what we love, then there is a childlike passion in that. So for me, I see a therapist coach every single week, sometimes twice a week. And I'm really active in the entrepreneur's organization with my forum and my small group and when I first joined that group, everybody was like, oh, this is really going to be good for your personal life too..

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"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Thought to Chloe, let's be realistic with fire nation. How quickly could one turn into a successful therapist or coach? Super, super, super quick. So I feel like that's one of the myths that people think is that it has to take a really long time. And I'll tell you, I got my license to practice psychology right around the month of May in 2012. And I was literally false 6 weeks later. And so I found, again, back to the whole empathy standpoint. At the time, I was working at a firm that helps to pair executives with coaches and therapists. And so I had a lot of experience trying to understand these executives and what they needed in a coach or in a therapist. And then it was my job to go try to find them the right therapist or coach and pair them up. And so by doing that, I learned all these things that coaches and therapists are inadvertently doing that's making it difficult for the clients to actually want to see them. Like maybe they have a really weird photograph online or maybe the way that they describe their business is kind of a downer or maybe they're just hard to reach, whatever. There's just all these different reasons. And so by me learning all of those kind of hold ups for the year that I worked at that firm by the time I.

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"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"chloe" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"A daily show. It's a great tool for how doctor Chloe is talking about using it. And I use it in a different way and you just find a nation have to put things out there in the universe. A lot of people talk about how psychologists actually shape people and shape entrepreneurs. But how does working with entrepreneurs doctor Chloe actually shape you as an entrepreneur? Well, that is a great question, John. And it is actually such an honor to work with the entrepreneurs that I do work with because I actually work with many entrepreneurs who are much, much, much more successful than I am. And so sometimes even just learning about the types of issues that they're having and where they're getting stuck because sometimes they're coming because maybe their business is going really great, but they're having trouble getting their family on board or they're having some kind of situation in their personal life that's pulling their attention or they're having interpersonal issues with employees or certain areas where even though they may actually know more about business than I do, they still want to come to me because I have this background knowledge of business and so while I'm helping them with their kind of personal side that's affecting their business, I'm also learning quite a lot about the way that they are thinking about and growing their business. And then if I'm working with someone who's a more junior entrepreneur, then where I'm at, I love being able to share with them about my personal kind of bumps on the way and how I was able to keep my head up and keep going. One thing that I've definitely recognized over the last 7 years of interviewing entrepreneurs and talking with entrepreneurs is we have a really hard time getting into and then staying in the right headspace for success. It just seems like we battle ourselves with this over and over again. And what I love about you doctor Chloe is.

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Chloe Kim dominates in halfpipe for second straight Olympic gold

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Chloe Kim dominates in halfpipe for second straight Olympic gold

"AP sports I'm Chuck Friedman the United States has the first woman to win back to back gold medals on the halfpipe Chloe Kim put her name in the winter Olympic lore in Beijing grabbing an early lead boosting her to eventual second gold medal Nathan Chen wins gold in men's figure skating becoming just the seventh American man to win the individual competition Russian Camilla all you have are considered the biggest star in skating has reportedly tested positive for a banned heart medication she led the Russian Olympic committee ice skating team to gold last weekend but now that we're in is in jeopardy a top ten upset in college basketball six three Houston fell to SMU eighty five eighty three out of the pros the Cleveland Cavaliers have churned out their twelfth win in the last fifteen games beating Houston won all five ninety two Darius garland had twenty seven to leave the campus the Utah Jazz center Joe Ingles to Portland to highlight a three team trade former

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Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

"Nathan Chen and Chloe Kim strike gold on Thursday morning in Beijing Jan posted the best scores in both the short program in the free skate to amass three hundred twenty two point six points and win the men's singles gate meanwhile it's back to back golds for Kim who repeats on the woman's snowboard half pipe throwing down in ninety four with their first run which featured a front sight ten eighty followed by a switch nine hundred a switch backside five forty in the finishing ten eighty I'm so honored to be able to take home the gold said the U. S. that's honestly what it's all about is representing your country and the best way possible defending champ Shaun white will shoot for his fourth career goals when

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Olympics Live: Shaun White qualifies for half-pipe final

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Olympics Live: Shaun White qualifies for half-pipe final

"It's it's it's it's another another another another silver silver silver silver for for for for team team team team USA USA USA USA which which which which picked picked picked picked up up up up its its its its fifth fifth fifth fifth of of of of the the the the games games games games and and and and it's it's it's it's six six six six medal medal medal medal overall overall overall overall Colby Colby Colby Colby Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson delivers delivers delivers delivers with with with with a a a a score score score score of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three points points points points to to to to earn earn earn earn second second second second place place place place in in in in the the the the inaugural inaugural inaugural inaugural men's men's men's men's free free free free ski ski ski ski big big big big air air air air a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of people people people people fell fell fell fell out out out out there there there there and and and and but but but but every every every every dog dog dog dog has has has has its its its its day day day day and and and and I I I I just just just just happened happened happened happened to to to to land land land land my my my my tricks tricks tricks tricks clean clean clean clean and and and and end end end end up up up up in in in in the the the the cellar cellar cellar cellar metal metal metal metal position position position position team team team team USA's USA's USA's USA's Chloe Chloe Chloe Chloe Kim Kim Kim Kim began began began began their their their their defence defence defence defence of of of of the the the the women's women's women's women's snowboard snowboard snowboard snowboard halfpipe halfpipe halfpipe halfpipe with with with with a a a a bang bang bang bang she she she she secured secured secured secured the the the the top top top top qualifying qualifying qualifying qualifying spot spot spot spot for for for for Thursday's Thursday's Thursday's Thursday's final final final final defending defending defending defending champ champ champ champ Shaun Shaun Shaun Shaun white white white white will will will will go go go go for for for for his his his his fourth fourth fourth fourth halfpipe halfpipe halfpipe halfpipe gold gold gold gold after after after after qualifying qualifying qualifying qualifying in in in in the the the the men's men's men's men's side side side side or or or or disappointment disappointment disappointment disappointment for for for for makayla makayla makayla makayla Shiffrin Shiffrin Shiffrin Shiffrin she she she she once once once once again again again again failed failed failed failed to to to to finish finish finish finish her her her her first first first first run run run run of of of of an an an an alpine alpine alpine alpine event event event event she she she she was was was was disqualified disqualified disqualified disqualified after after after after missing missing missing missing a a a a gate gate gate gate five five five five seconds seconds seconds seconds into into into into her her her her slalom slalom slalom slalom run run run run just just just just as as as as she she she she did did did did in in in in the the the the giant giant giant giant slalom slalom slalom slalom on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday I'm I'm I'm I'm Danny Danny Danny Danny cap cap cap cap

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Khloe Kardashian Condemned for Selling Her Daughter's Hand-Me-Downs

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Khloe Kardashian Condemned for Selling Her Daughter's Hand-Me-Downs

"In light of the Kardashians being multi millionaires and the fact that they're often given these designer pieces and promotional packages, a lot of fans were quick to be shocked to discover that the price is listed by Chloe. And they called her out on Twitter. Who would pay that much for kids clothing? Let alone use clothing one person wrote. Who gives a damn about brand names? I'm so disgusted when these clothes could be donated to people in need. Some fans pointed out that true's old cat and Jack tights were being sold for Chloe for 20 bucks. Oh, big fucking deal. Well, they're mad because they're going for 7 bucks of target. Excuse me, you gotta pay extra if a Kardashians legged asshole went in those pants. That's just the way fame works. And they can even see the original price tag on one of the pictures. I'm sorry. Somebody famous where is it? You're going to pay more for it. I can't believe Chloe is selling the baby's clothes because she's growing. She can donate those clothes to the poor or some charity like, why would she need a consignment store for a baby? This is weird. Listen, I got no problem with her selling a shit. She knows and so do you that plenty of moms would want their little daughters to be in the same clothes as true was in. That's what fame does to people. What? Some nobody reality chick can sell her farts in a jar and make $200,000, but Chloe can't tell her daughter's designer shoes. You're wrong.

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NYC celebrates a smaller NYE in Times Square

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

NYC celebrates a smaller NYE in Times Square

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York City City is is ready ready to to throw throw its its annual annual new new year's year's eve eve celebration celebration in in Times Times Square Square and and while while the the crowd crowd maybe maybe smaller smaller organizers organizers promised promised the the party party will will be be big big the the new new year's year's eve eve ball ball which which is is lived lived and and raised raised at at six six PM PM is is the the star star of of the the show show since since the the countdown countdown entertainment entertainment president president Jeffrey Jeffrey Strauss Strauss this this is is the the largest largest crystal crystal ball ball the the world world has has two two thousand thousand six six hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight Waterford Waterford crystal crystal triangles triangles it's it's nearly nearly twelve twelve thousand thousand pounds pounds twelve twelve feet feet in in diameter diameter there's there's nothing nothing like like it it there's there's a a live live performances performances from from KT KT Tunstall Tunstall Chloe Chloe journey journey Carol Carol G. G. plus plus others others but but with with fewer fewer revelers revelers fifteen fifteen thousand thousand in in designated designated viewing viewing areas areas instead instead of of fifty fifty eight eight thousand thousand and and tight tight rules rules as as Times Times Square Square alliance alliance president president Tom Tom Harris Harris is is going going to to be be a a fully fully vaccinated vaccinated event event with with mandatory mandatory masks masks the the city city made made the the changes changes because because of of increased increased code code cases cases Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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"chloe" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"chloe" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the martech podcast, a Ben Jeff LLC production. In this podcast, you'll hear the stories of world class marketers that use technology to drive business results and achieve career success. Will unearth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space, so you can learn the tools tips and tricks, they've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the martech podcast, Benjamin Shapiro. Welcome to the martech podcast. Today we're going to talk about setting up your ecommerce master plan. But before we get to today's interview, we've got a marketing minute brought to you by a fellow member of the HubSpot podcast network. John jans is the host of one of my favorite shows that duct tape marketing podcast, which focuses on helping small businesses learn from authors, experts and thought leaders. And today in 60 seconds or less, John is going to answer one of our listener questions, which is from Jordan Cooney who is the founder of pre visible. Jordan asked, what marketing channels do you see as areas for growth that won't be disrupted by COVID in 2021? Okay, here's John's answer. I think you're great untapped area for growth is good old networking. Now, a lot of people get networking wrong because they think that they're going to network with folks to find customers. Find clients. But networking is really all about meeting with folks who can introduce you to customers prospects and clients. Now, you don't have to just think Chamber of Commerce networking. Networking is all about finding people who have your ideal customer in mind who maybe have them as their customers and figuring out a way to offer great value to that person. Maybe you provide a service for them or maybe you provide content for them or maybe you actually agree to do say a webinar for their audience. You can do this over and over and over again and in many cases get introduced to literally thousands of prospects by good old networking with content by adding value. Thanks, John. If you're interested in hearing more from John Gantz on the duct tape marketing podcast or any of the other great hosts on the HubSpot podcast network, go to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. Okay, on with today's interview. Joining us is Chloe Thomas, who is the podcast host and author of ecommerce master plan, which was started in 2003 and Chloe works client side agency side and advertiser side with a variety of retailers from enterprise omnichannel operations to online startups, covering international launches, subscriptions, B2B, and even dabbling in marketplaces. And today, Chloe and I are going to discuss building out your ecommerce customer master plan. But before we get to today's interview, I want to share a message from our sponsor HubSpot. It's October, meaning scary is everywhere. When we say scary, obviously women clunky rigid patchwork solutions, masquerading as CRM platforms. Spooky. Well, the HubSpot CRM platform scales and flexes as your business grows. So no matter what spooky thing lies around the corner for your business, your CRM platform will be ready if you use hotspot. So whether you're just getting started or looking for a robust system, HubSpot is the number one CRM platform for scaling your business. Learn more about how you can customize your CRM platform with HubSpot at HubSpot dot com. This podcast is sponsored by ad rule. Did you know there are over 250 million digital shoppers in the U.S.? Ecommerce brands don't have to be everywhere. They just have to be everywhere that their customers are. And that's exactly what ad roll allows them to do. That role is a Shopify integrated ecommerce marketing platform that's already met a 160 million U.S. shoppers through their AI driven machine learning, so they can give your brand the power to connect with your customers wherever they are. With that role, your ecommerce store will get proprietary insights to help you engage customers across channels and devices with their ads, emails and product recommendation solutions. Admiral delivers up to a 15 to one return on ad spend by helping ecommerce brands create connected experiences for their customers. So to learn more about ecommerce marketing best practices from the best in the business. Go to ad roll dot com slash martech. That's add roll, a drum dot com slash mar tech. Admiral, ecommerce marketing that actually monetizes. All right, here's the first part of my conversation with Chloe Thomas, the podcast host and author at ecommerce master plan. Chloe, welcome to the marsak podcast. Hi Ben, it's an utter pleasure to be here. Thank you for inviting me on. Always excited to have a fellow podcast host you're also an author, so very accomplished, excited to talk a little ecommerce with you. My roots are in ecommerce, the beginning of my technology, career, started working at eBay where I learned all about not only ecommerce models, but marketplaces has anything changed in the last 15 years, catch me up. Well, in some ways, absolutely nothing has changed because it's still all about creating a great experience with a customer so they come back and buy from you again. But the biggest thing that's changed in the last 15 years is the ease of technology. That's been the real game changer. I suppose the biggest side you've got Shopify coming into the space and just making everything so much easier for the ecommerce owner. But in every area of the technology has just come on so much to make our jobs much simpler. It makes me feel like an old gray hair. Back in my day, there was eBay and everyone's in a while people would buy some books on Amazon. And now all of a sudden, it's easy to have a store. We have stripe integrations. It's not just clumpy old PayPal, Venmo. A million ways to pay a Shopify's obviously dominating the SMB ecommerce landscape. So you mentioned that the platforms has changed with the strategies are relatively the same. And that leads me to basically the topic for today is building your customer master plan. Let's start off with a little definition. You wrote the book on what the customer master plan is literally walk me through what you mean by customer master plan. So I created the customer master plan because I was finding a lot of ecommerce marketers and marketers in other sectors as well. Getting a bit platform obsessed. Like, I read a blog and I'm oh, I must do Facebook ads, or oh, I must do Google ads or oh, I must do email and not really thinking about it from the customer's perspective. Or from the problems perspective, what they were actually trying to achieve. So for me, it should always start with. I need to do X, what's the best way to do that? And that might be email. It might be Facebook, it might be Google. It might be fixing the backend processes. So we get the right path or to the right customer at the right time. So I created the customer master plan model to help marketers is kind of like a visual reminder to go, hold on, what are we actually trying to do at the moment? And that's what it's all about. It's a very simplified way of looking at the customer journey to make your marketing decisions better. Okay, so you're looking at the customer journey to not only figure out some of the operational process, but also the marketing channel, talk to me about what you mean by customer journey. I find a store. I find a product. I buy.

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Is Khloe Kardashian OJ's Daughter?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Is Khloe Kardashian OJ's Daughter?

"Is Kris Jenner, Tim's mom was one of the Cole's closest friends. Oh, I know that. Oh, I know that because Kim, I mean, Chris and OJ is a famous story about them getting on in the hot tub. Chris denies it. I don't buy it. OJ talks about it. And I hate to say this as crazy as people think, OJ is? I don't think he's a liar. I really don't. I think OJ led a crazy charmed life for many, many years. And to a law degree, he still does. He's still treated like a rockstar sometimes around town. I know, 'cause he's OJ. He was a superstar. Fuck, he was one of my idols growing up as a running back. Kidding me? And I still think that Chloe is his daughter. I'll always hold on to that. She's never going to take the paternity test, and if she does, it'll be doctored. We'll never know the truth, but she's gone, she's gone so out of the way not to have that nose. Not to look somewhat like a mixed girl. Now, who the fuck is she? Who is Chloe? I think she's very pretty, but who is this face?

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"chloe" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"chloe" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Space safe-space space skis me and this particular one from charlotte will be music to the of my next guest. My new hobby place open water. Swimming lake in nottinghamshire. Bit cliche for twenty twenty one people getting into open swimming but the sky the clouds the water well the australian maratha swimmer chloe mcardle is due to swim the english channel for the forty fourth time. This will break. The current world record currently held at forty three and chloe already holds the world record for the longest unassisted ocean swim which took place in the bahamas and totaled one hundred and twenty four llamas. If that wasn't enough she also undertook a nonstop. Triple crossing the english channel in two thousand fifteen which involve just under thirty seven hours of swimming. I'm tired after even reading that. Congratulations khloe what. What drives you to do this. Good morning good morning. Thanks for having me on When i was nineteen. I decided i wanted to do the best in the world at something and as a teenager i was a competitive swimmer in the pool and so i tried traffic on two and a half years and didn't quite get to. The next level ran marathons from a marathon. When i sign at math on. I realized that i had the potential to be the best in the world of that and so it was it was that johnny that kickstarted this incredible west fifteen years. Why do you want to do this. I mean you wanna break a world record but why forty four is doing this. What's what's driving that. Because that's very specific. In terms of a particular goal. I started wanting to be the best in the world at something into marathon swimming. And i've just been chasing the biggest goals in marathons remaining and i've been taking them off along. The way and the english channel is the mecca of water swimming in the well. Sometimes it's hard for british people to know that. Because you're it's right at your back door and people just jump on the ferry and guarded europe but for people around the world would swim as specifically eat. Suck the birthplace of maryland's wing the best swimmers since one thousand nine hundred seventy five. Which is the captain mackey. Web fest swam at..

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Turning the Spotlight on Ballet With Author Chloe Angyal

Burn It All Down

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Turning the Spotlight on Ballet With Author Chloe Angyal

"Clothing angel. And i am a journalist and autho and the author of the new book turning point how a new generation of dances is saving ballet from itself which is a reported work about ballet and about the future of ballet about what has to change to make sure that bali is safe and fair and relevant an equitable off foam that can survive and thrive in the twentieth century. Yes steve written this new book that pulls a curtain back on the ballet world. And now i'm going to do the thing that i always hate when people do to me from doing it to you and i'm going to read the first paragraph of your book at you i can also i can also recite it for you. Buy hot. i'm not going to. But i could do to events so i think i could probably do it do verbatim. It's perfect. so this is. I mean you set it up really quickly for the reader. Write quote every day and dance studios all across america legions of children lineup at the bar and take a ballet class. This book is about what they learned. They're not just about dance but about gender race and power about the value of their bodies and minds about their place in the world. Both in and outside of dance. We're definitely going to get to some of that in a minute but first khloe. Let's get the tough question out of the way because you're here. Burn down feminist. Sports podcast is ballet sport. It doesn't matter this is a this is a debate that periodically royals. The dance world is dance. A sport is at an is it bones it somehow some of the food category and what i usually say is whether or not ballet is. A sport is kind of irrelevant because dances get injured like athletes and get paid as well as artists. They sustain the kind of physical toll that athletes do with none of the support and very little the cultural respect and resources that athletes get and so whether or not they full into either categories. Really irrelevant. I'm sort of more interested. In what their experiences are rather than what label we should be slapping on them

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Please, Let Me Explain To You Why I have Onion Slices in My Socks

Does This Happen to You

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Please, Let Me Explain To You Why I have Onion Slices in My Socks

"Please. Let me explain to you why. I have onion slices in my socks tonight. I will put onion slices on my feet. A herbal woman on instagram recomend. It go to sleep with onion slices inside your socks. She said cotton is best. You will wake up less toxic. You will have a spring in your step. She went so far as to suggest that. If you do this on a regular basis your life will be transformed. You will be healthier and happier. Guess what i'm doing tonight. I asked my teenage daughter chloe. You'll never guess not in a million years yoga. No it's pointless making her guess. My daughter is smart psychically so but even she will never guess in a million years. I tell her about the onions. Living the life mom. These are the pleasures of sleeping alone. You can put onion slices on the sole of your feet and who will object. Nobody i can stink up the place all i want. I wonder briefly as i sliced the onion. I bought for bean soup. If i'm a fool.

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Khloe Kardashian Wants You to Use Less Plastic

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Khloe Kardashian Wants You to Use Less Plastic

"Courtney Kardashian boy is she the echo warrior of the Kardashian family, huh? I mean, look, Courtney has been busy with Travis Barker. So she can't really do much right now, but Chloe has picked up the ball when it comes to environmentalism. Chloe decided to do her part the other day and fight pollution and she encouraged her 152 million followers on it. Does anybody understand the power? I mean, presidents don't have nearly that much power with the public. I want 152 million followers on Instagram. She said, make the switch from bottled water to refillable water bottles. 'cause she wants everybody to reduce single waste plastics. Remember that term, single waste plastics, especially when you think of them plastic Kardashian family. So the Internet went a little bonkers on her and tried to remind her that excuse me, switching from heavy on to tap while it doesn't do shit if you live like you and your family live. Have you forgotten how you live? I mean, she posts, look, Chloe just gets herself in trouble, nonstop by changing a look so constantly or consistently that I don't think her daughter is gonna know who mommy is when she looks back at pictures from mommy Chloe from 1998 to 2003 to 2021. She's not gonna recognize that as the same woman. All of us have pictures of her mom where we can pretty much tell that was my mom because none of our moms had fucking worked like this or had injections or let's call them single use plastics shot into their fucking body. So she wants us to the whole reusable water thing, she urged her followers to move away from single use items. And she ended her big earth mother thing by recommending that we use filtered water pitchers or tap filtration attachments because that'll make it an easier transition to get away from single use waste. Listen, I suppose it's a nice message, but I'm one of those fucking people who doesn't understand why we have to get rid of plastic straws, but we still have plastic spoons and forks and fucking knives and plastic paper to hold the spoons and forks and knives and plastic plates. It makes no sense to

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Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

Daily Pop

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

"Say is continuing to fight allegations that he thought another woman's baby even after a paternity test determine he was not the father. now chloe's coming into tristan defense sending accuser a cease and desist letter now a source close to khloe exclusively tells us she's upset over the rumors but believes tristen was faithful to her and they're focused on making a sibling for true. Now i have to ask you. Could you stand-by-your-man patrick in jordan. If this were happening to you listen. You cannot judge. If you're not in that person's shoes i ride for chloe. I don whatever she does. I support her. I mean it doesn't even matter like she could break a window in this building. And i'd still be like i loved. I mean she's always been so amazing to me so look i don't know i been in that position. I think it's a really hard thing to deal with. But i just you never know until you're in it right. That's the short answer of it. And she's he's worked really hard to get back into her life. I mean that was not like a two nights situation. I mean tristan like crawled and begged and pleaded and proved that he was worthy of taking back. So i mean it's also not fair on because we were saying you know is his credibility completely shattered because he made a mistake. But i think going back into that relationship. She knew that he had a target on his and his front apparently and knew she say target yes. She knows that she understands. What would be like me with this guy. I will say if somebody was saying these rumors about how my man was a father of their child and sucking me into it and my name was coming up. Of course i would send a cease and desist like she. She defend herself one hundred percent. I'm sure she's not happy about what's happening but also like she also probably assume that this is going to happen in some point. She knows she's taking somebody who's made some mistakes. He's admitted them. Everybody knows about it but like of course people are gonna still come for him and disrupt their life because they're happening now.

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"chloe" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"chloe" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"A movie i really like and i think is very cool and well written but there. Are you know. Pretty graphic sex scenes that are arguably pretty gratuitous. No need for an argument really interesting. Yeah i have a lot of thoughts about about the about the. There's a lot there. Yeah that's really interesting. You just brought up a lot a lot of good stuff I i have to say. I have a soft spot for carol in particular i do. I didn't like carol. It feels a little different to me from those other movies Maybe in part because todd is. That's todd haynes right. If i'm remembering creek yes hanes is a queer man so that kind of is an interesting twist in a way of sure for me. That one is a little different but yeah it's definitely a thing. Where like you know. There's this bizarre element of yeah lesbians are high. Who see them do stuff with their legs together. this is not a visual podcast. So what i'm too but yeah it the fascinating about this film and i actually like a good sex scene. Frankly but the fascinating thing about this film is i forgot. They don't really have a sex scene until re watching it. That there actually isn't one and i think the reason it feels like they're swung even though there isn't is whole movie is like one big long. Sexiness emotionally romantic and it so sensual. And it's so You know all those lingering gazes you know and so and you and you do see nudity. The movie ash about that. It's just you don't necessarily see like you know thrusting home very object defying. Yeah yeah and so. That's very interesting. Because i i'm i'm very Ah varying mind about sex scenes. I do like a good sex scene. But it's hard to do a good one. And i think a lot of it does become this weird like they just have a marathon sex session eleven. It's like okay. Who come down hanging out do armpit as she used together. Admittedly i think one of the reasons why i saw this. I was like this movie's boring. Where's all the steamy sets. I was expecting to see. And then i i was reading different. People's perspectives and reading about this kind of tendency especially for men directing queer women's stories and their tendency to over sexualize the relationships. I was like okay. I now appreciate more. Why salinas yama didn't go there. But i also think i would have liked to see like a lesbian sex scene. That is through the lens of a queer woman and what that would look like. So i'm sure you know exist. Yeah there's gives some recommendations but yeah no it's true. Pardon me is like. I wouldn't have said no to a sexy but also i get why it's not there right. You know yeah. I wasn't sure to fall there. I guess it's like ultimately. I'm like well. I respect her decision. Like i'm sure that she had a. She seems like just based on every interfered with her that she does things really really really intentionally and so while i would have been down to see Sexy and claw. You're totally right like it is. It's an extremely sexy movie for a movie where you don't see sex and i do like the like level of i don't know i mean it's like an all movies if like there's not always like that level of like close physical intimacy and like prioritizing seagate. I would've honestly like i would've. I would've liked sexiness in this movie. But there's only so much physical intimacy and just. It's i don't know i think it's really. It's so romantic and the the last most important behind the scenes note. Is that selene. As we've already mentioned was influenced by titanic for this and she. She spoke about it in that same. Vox interview which will link it. So good She says titanic is the hugest success. And it's because it's totally queer so shout. How queer titanic. But the the piece by. Emily van says Sama says in an interview. She wanted the romance in portrait of a lady fire. Feel like of all things. The scenes between jack and rosen titanic which she considers to be one of the cinema's great totally queer love stories And i think in that way with that it's like oh the physical intimacy without. I mean i guess but you do get a sexiness. Titanic so like. Where's the sexy selene. Where's the very fade to black. Kinda tame sixteen. Yeah i gotta keep it. Pg thirteen dvi by the idea. That like titanic. Is a queer love story. Because leonardo dicaprio was quote totally androgynous at the time is love it. A whole new way to watch botanic. Just remake titanic. With like acute butch instead of leo. Let's see let's see let's check it out. Let's see what i would work. It would work. I would love to hear a salim. Crm audio commentary on. Titanic just you gotta get you gotta get her on the pot to get around on the for another titanic episode. We're we're going do on at least one every years if selene wait. Hold on wait. We're suddenly onto something to lean. Is the one who remakes. Titanic just saw spitballing. Just put it out there. And then you'll have her on the project. I mean selene. Dion could come back and write another amazing song. Cle- whole who. Selene is a world prepared. Names lean eighty. She could get involved. Shut up to my cousin. Be mr andrews or somebody. Yeah all-female reboot of titanic. The other thing. I wanted to bring up as it relates to kind of a general trend of dislike queer. Women love stories lesbian movies. The white lesbian period film trend. Yes of course it is. And so i mean this has been talked about. So we're not bringing up anything new on the podcast but it's still worth mentioning that A lot of mainstream lesbian movies especially the ones that have like big stars and get a wider theatrical release. Take place in the past during a time when it was not at all tolerated by society for people of the same gender to be together romantically so with this trend. You can look at it a few ways and it's not inherently a negative thing because on one hand it shows something that's often been overlooked or forgotten about in history which is that queer people have always existed and it shows to some extent what queer people have had to deal with in societies. That were even more hetero normative than society is today but then it also means that a lot of lesbian love stories are about like a doomed clandestine in which the characters time spent together as very fleeting in which the characters cannot live. Happy lives together in which they cannot fully be themselves. Yeah so this is a trend. We see in this movie portrait of a lady on fire. In the favorite in carol a couple recent movies ammonites which is the kate. Winslet sister ronin movie. I haven't seen has anyone seen ammonites. I have not. But i will say something. Really that really tickled me is When i watched portrait of lady on fire last night because it's on hulu says like i'll just watch it on hulu. It was like next suggestion hammond night and i was like what come on. What am i just binging. Like lesbian period pieces right now. What are you what hulu. What are you trying to do to me. Then there's another one from twenty twenty called the world to come. Which is i. I watched the trailer. It seems like a a sexier like thriller thing that also. Casey affleck is in what which is like why you like. Oh you can skip it okay. Because of him being an thank you it it does feel does And and we. We had a version of this conversation in our episode on carol. I believe but it. It does sort of. I mean it's it's first of all a very white genre. And most of the their relationships focused on are often straight. White actresses think recruiters. Which i i would. Just refer everyone to the carol episode for our discussion about that Because they know that's a very complicated topic but it also means that you don't get any like queer joy or celebration by like focusing strictly on time periods. Where you know..

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'Nomadland' wins best picture at a social distanced Oscars

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

'Nomadland' wins best picture at a social distanced Oscars

"The history making night at the Oscars no doubt about it the night was a howling success for nomad line there's just no differences between women took to mimicking a wolf as she accepted her award for the movie that made a history maker out of Chloe's ow not only did she become the first woman of color to win Best Director she becomes the second overall to do so and the movie won for Best Picture to sell says a poem to her father in her used to read together encouraged her to look for the good in other people she says other people should do the same this is for anyone we'll have the faith and the courage to hold on to the goodness in themselves this act when in a surprise to Anthony Hopkins I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Chloé Zhao’s Oscars Victory Greeted With Censorship in China

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Chloé Zhao’s Oscars Victory Greeted With Censorship in China

"Chloe Joe was born and raised in Beijing. But news of a win is being censored inside China Post celebrating Miss Charles victory or being pulled from Chinese social media sites on the Chinese state controlled media have not mentioned the awards. Jing's disapproval of Chloe Joe appears to be linked to an interview she gave eight years ago in which she said growing up in China was being like in a place whether in lies everywhere. From Los Angeles, Sophie Long reports on the ceremony. Nomad lamb, Nomad Land won best picture and its lead. Frances McDormand won her third Oscar for her portrayal of the widow and her journey through grief on the American West. Nomad Lands. Director Beijing born Chloe Zhao won her cross highest accolade, becoming only the second woman to win that category. In the awards 93 YEAR history. Anthony Hopkins won best actor for his role in the father. And best supporting actor went to Daniel Cholula for his role in Judas and the Black Messiah. Sophie Long reporting from Los Angeles, BBC news

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Frances McDormand and Anthony Hopkins Score Top Prizes at the Oscars

Chris Krok

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Frances McDormand and Anthony Hopkins Score Top Prizes at the Oscars

"Nomad Land Will the Oscar for Best Picture. Francis Make Mormon wins Best actress Oscar for Nomad Land. Anthony Hopkins won the best actor Oscar for the Father and Chloe's Yo made history, winning the Oscar for best best director director for for Nomad Nomad Land. Land. The The second second woman woman and and first first Woman Woman of of color color to to win win the the award, award, Sole Sole won won the the Academy Academy Award Award for for best best animated animated feature. feature.

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'Nomadland' Wins Best Picture at Oscars

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

'Nomadland' Wins Best Picture at Oscars

"I'm Steve Futterman Live in Los Angeles. The big winner on Oscar night is a movie that tells the story of American struggling economically and the Oscar goes to Nomad Land. Nomad Land wins Best Picture. Its star Frances McDormand wins best actress. It's Chinese Born director Chloe Zhao becomes the first woman of color to win the Oscar for direction. She thanked the real life nomads. All the people we met on the road, Thank you for teaching at the power of resilience and hope. For reminding us what true kindness looks like this Supporting actor

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Oscars 2021: 'Nomadland' wins best picture on night of historic firsts

WBUR Programming

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Oscars 2021: 'Nomadland' wins best picture on night of historic firsts

"Have been a number of significant winners at the Oscars Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Yes, it's been an Oscars, unlike any other with covert restrictions. In effect, the 93rd Academy Awards has bean celebrating some of the best films. The past year on the red carpet for us, Peter Bows and Tom Brook. Peter, could I start with you? We've We've just found out what the best picture is. Yes, And the best picture is no model on this is the phone that is long being the favorite to win Best picture at the Academy Awards, Directed by Closure Oh, the Chinese filmmaker, she becomes the first woman of color to win best director at the Oscars, and we've just in the last few minutes heard that Frances McDormand has won for best actress for her starring role. In this film, so it really is quite a feat for this phone that tells the story of a group of nomads. It's partially scripted but partially real life because there are some non actors alongside Actors in this film that is set around or shortly after the financial crash of 2000 and eight these people who have lost everything because of what happened in the financial world, going on a journey and the western United States to try to earn some money through some odd jobs. I'm with here in Los Angeles, Tom Brook from the BBC's talking movies. Show and Tom, This is movie has so much better than people thought it has. I mean, it's got through. You know, Matt Land has three trophy is interesting in Frances McDormand, just one for best actress. This is her third Oscar. That I think puts her on a par with Meryl Street, but she doesn't have as many as you. Neither haven't many is. Katharine Hepburn did really good performance from Frances McDormand. I mean, she's most definitely One of American cinema's most reliable and charismatic, leading ladies on this film has done well. It's really the night does belong to note belong to Nomad land so far, and a very diverse night. If we look at these supporting actor and actress categories, both won by actors of color. That's very true. Daniel Cholula, who is British and black, one for best supporting actor and best supporting actress, with one by year Young Eun, who appears playing a grandmother in the film minority, So a very diverse night. Interestingly it's been a good night for women, I think particularly because We had Chloe Zhao winning for best director but also in original screenplay. Emerald Fennel, the British filmmaker. She won in that category That's normally thought of as a male preserve. So definitely progress on just briefly all of this, of course, taking place with the backdrop of covert 19. With the Oscars ceremony taking place at two venues that train station in downtown Los Angeles on the Dolby Theater just very quickly breaking news. Anthony Hopkins has won the award for best actor for his role in the phone. The father Thank you. Thank you. No one expected that you got them both the best picture and the best actor. We really appreciate it. Tom Brooke and Peter bows on the red carpet in Los

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Chloe Zhao Becomes Second Woman to Win Best Director at Academy Awards

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Chloe Zhao Becomes Second Woman to Win Best Director at Academy Awards

"Socially distance Night at the Academy Awards and a history making diverse night. Even if you don't count occupy live from Hollywood, Davey sees Jason Chuck. It is historic for the Oscars as Nomad Land director Chloe Zhao takes home best director. The Chinese born Zhao was was the first woman of color nominated for the award, and she's now the first woman of color to win. And she's only the second woman in history to ever win best director, the first being her locker's Kathryn Bigelow 11 years

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Will People of Color Win All Four Acting Oscars This Year?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Will People of Color Win All Four Acting Oscars This Year?

"There's a good chance history might be made at this year's Oscars what the number is not that different than when the economy awards maybe the breeding ground for pioneers this year no mac land rector Chloe's out was one of two women who are nominated for Best Director she is considered the front runner and if she wins she will be only the second woman ever to win the award and the first woman of color the other female nominee for Best Director is emerald fennel for promising young woman and a record nine of the twenty acting nominees are non white and should viola Davis Chadwick Boseman yeah John and Daniel Kaluuya all women as they did at the Screen Actors Guild awards it will be the first time people of color have swept the acting awards at the Oscars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"chloe" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"chloe" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"You Mars here, Producer Kayla is with us as well. We're still be chilly in the morning. 97.1 washed up them. And I understand Producer Kayla, there is a battle raging in your house between you and your puppy dog. Khloe. Yes, that's so weird. So when I took my dog had groomed, I always feel so bad for her that I buy her something, whether it's a really nice treat or two. Way so she can have it as I'm sorry. That happened to you, eh? So I ran. We picked up this true toy for Chloe and home goods. And this is cute Freaking cow, and I gave it to her. She's playing with it. I could tell she is about to destroy it. And then it hits me. I kind of like this couch. Wait for myself. It's so cute. I want to keep it. So I've been keeping it out of Chloe's way on the couch. And when I'm not looking, Chloe will jump on the couch and try to steal it for herself. And I'm like, no, no, no, that's my toy. And then she just look at me. Super sad. Look, why are you taking my stuff away from me? And I'm like I now own this cow. Got it. You you you're telling us you hijack your dog's toy that looks that actually looks like a human stuffed and Like for human not for a dog. Do. You Can't do that. Kayla. You didn't buy that gift for that dog. You bought that gift for you. Let's just be honest right now. I have this weird attachment to it now. It looks so good in my apartment, including has so many other toys. I mean, now she's like here looking at me, like Oh, do I get this way back now? I'm sorry, Chloe. You can't Oh, yeah. What do kids get attached to certain toys? I don't know, but it's cute. What kind of dog owner steals a toy back? The one who houses the animal who pays the red to always feeds them walks them three times a day gives them endless belly rubs. She could give.

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"chloe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"chloe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"This is what book you. I'm brock shelley. And thanks for listening on this episode. I talked to chloe gon who's debut. These violent delights comes out on november the seventeenth. I have been sitting on this episode for awhile came. We recorded it in late. july khloe is from new zealand. So that's where. I was talking to her from but she does go to school here in the states and so we talk a little bit about that. What the waie seen like is new zealand. How she came up with these violent delights. So i really enjoyed this conversation. Hope you do too so listening. So chloe what book hooked you. Ooh big question I think when. I think about the earliest book that really had an impact of me The one that i think of is city of bones by sandra clo- which i think it it didn't get the same lake big hype that twilight and hung games. Do it. but it's still very like it..

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"chloe" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"chloe" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"To 5:30 me where we give you more than just the tip we go balls deep. I'm Jason. This is Keely Smith join us and we of course have we have all the way from London? We have Chloe the host of stripper Stories podcast Chloe. How are you? My love? I'm good. Thank you so much for having me such a sign of the podcast. So yeah going to be here. Yeah. I like your podcast you it's it's cool like we were saying before he started you tell all these stripper stores, but they have all kinds of other stuff that you talk about two. Yeah. Yeah. It's got a lot of variety to it, which I appreciate basket. Yeah. I mean it was supposed to be just fine just waffle like just stripper got it and Waffle but like I said earlier to you guys as like there's only so long you can listen to that. So when I was a little bit and like so and yeah, so I really enjoying it and I'm learning a lot as well. Like like I was saying mean, guess you guys like I don't have a lot of normal friends like normal muggle friends or people you just Talk About Sex Wit. I did not be a strange thing. You know, All I have is sex industry worker friends. So this is for me a really big thing about the podcast and I've had she just make connections have podcasting friends not be such a loser. So yeah for me, I learned a lot of live here don't like to talk about sex. Yeah secretly, but do we actually like there's so many times have been at parties and I'd be like so anal and people just say a word. I'm like no really don't like we've all got our soul and we all use it talks about it with that. I should like, you know what I mean? So for me to pull something good, is it good vibe? Yeah, we all love anal. So right right people do have a hard time talking dog. About yeah, that's something that is open conversation. Anyway, so tell us a little bit about yourself Chloe. Well free covert. I was a stripper just like a lot of people worked in the sex industry and actually went into real life places and hang out with real life people and I did that for about eight years, which is really fun. And I enjoyed it. I'm not sure if it's the end but at the moment we're in a bit of limbo situation. Yeah, I was a walker which is like a girlfriend experience like sugar baby Vibe saying I also worked in Dungeon as a dominatrix for about four years, which I really enjoyed now. I work on a. Work which is like a cam adult site where you can just explore your kinky side or you can just have company and have conversations. So and it's also, you know safe from covid-19. Episodes have you done so far? I did my fifteen this week. Oh good for me. I'm like, it's a lot. It's literally like a baby baby podcaster. I'm like, please can I guess and everybody's podcast. I just want to like make friends like yeah have a good chat. You know, it's quite isolating being a working in the sex industry as you can imagine like you'd literally only have one type of friend really that you can talk to anything about. So yeah, that was like, I'll do a podcast make some friends like normal friends and nice which would be great. So yeah, I'm just literally getting I'm just trying to yeah get get my face out there. Yeah. Oh, okay. Yeah, it started off just literally what it says on the tin and there's now like progressed into other things like we talked about, you know, how my gay bestfriend on there last week talked about the stuff in game and dating on Grindr and then, you know, I had a sex therapist the other week just loads of different stuff. Yeah. We still bring it back to the stripper story stuff though, which is like the main thing. Yeah remember that. Like I told you that terrible terrible word of the day that I gave you. I told you guys about cuz you were always like gross me out out. And then I always said to her first episode and it was munting. Yeah. And yeah, like do you remember what that was? Kayle? Did I tell you I could tell you and I already had a bottle of you know, I'll let her tell it cuz it's it's it's gross as long it's better with a British accent. I think disgusting. Yeah, we like that and you have a story about that. It's kind of connected to your to your stripping right? Well montag's yeah and somebody asked you to do that at yeah. They also need to like play dead. Yeah play like talk about like Fear The Walking Dead. It was literally me like, yeah just lay their horrendous wage and I'll just had to lie there and he was like, just just close your eyes for me a second. I'm like really don't like do you want a lap dance? I'm here, you know people like and you just yeah just wasn't into it. He wanted Dead. Add body not just that but like jumping on the stomach of the dead. It's just yeah daughter here is yeah, you haven't eaten before you had the choice. It's fine. So great. Yeah. I remember here again. I was driving to work and I was like, is that like that? Is that real and I Google it when I got to work and I was like, holy shit. That's a real fake dead tired vial. Of course. I couldn't wait to tell anybody everybody at work. They were like disgusted but in a funny way, I should probably didn't in the UK when you call someone a munter. It's like you're ugly off like you're such a munter I used to think. Oh, okay, that's you know, it's like a kind of thing that kids call other kids to bully them right little do they know it is not black. It is magical like kids do your homework before you start insulting people? Yeah, please yeah. Yep. To whoever you could call use that name on like the sex partner. That sucks. Yeah a month sleigh. Is that what they call it? Literally took the camera full move or something. Would you be leaving too many kilos in a bit of dry spell right now because of the covid-19. And update every week and she gets mad at me. Yeah, really? It's the worst isn't it? I mean one of my friends have started like phone like working on the phones like school age station. I'm on my TV channel. So he's got really good at phone sex cuz she on the TV channel, you can't like touch yourself or anything. So it was a daytime T. So she's now got like she hides her mouth like whatever. She says like pussy off. You can't even like read the lip of like the word and she say this actually helping her in a day life. So as long as she can't see anyone, but she's not really good at talking about dick off. Right, if we some lessons forget about Target morale, I am also good at talking about Dick not my own. I'm shy but other men sticks I talk about it all the time great. Great. Yes, you know, I don't like to brag. So when did you decide you wanted to do a pocket? Were you just bored and from the covin said? Yeah, let's just like my friends were were like at parties over all drunk or whatever people be like, oh, you know funny stories and I'll be like, oh I've got one for you. How about this like, well, you should put it on a podcast, you know, like say I was very booked down and leprosy lost my job at the club. So yeah, I was listening to podcasts. I can actually do that. I have a little chat see how it goes. Yeah. Yeah, it's quite it's quite good therapy a.

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"chloe" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"chloe" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"To 5:30 to me where we give you more than just the tip we go balls deep. I'm Jason. This is Keely Smith join us and we of course have we have all the way from London? We have Chloe the host of stripper Stories podcast Chloe. How are you? My love? I'm good. Thank you so much for having me such a sign of the podcast. So yeah going to be here. Yeah. I like your podcast you it's it's it's cool like we were saying before he started you tell all these stripper stores, but they have all kinds of other stuff that you talk about two. Yeah. Yeah. It's got a lot of variety to it, which I I appreciate basket. Yeah. I mean it was supposed to be just fine just waffle like just stripper got it and Waffle but like I said earlier to you guys as like there's only so long you can listen to that. So when I was a little bit and like so and yeah, so I really enjoying it and I'm learning a lot as well. Like like I was saying I mean, I guess you guys like I don't have a lot of normal friends like normal muggle friends or people you just Talk About Sex Wit. I did not be a strange thing. You know, All I have is sex industry worker friends. So this is for me a really big thing about the podcast and I've had she just make connections have podcasting friends not be such a loser. So yeah for me, I learned a lot of live here don't like to talk about sex. Yeah secretly, but do we actually like there's so many times have been at parties and I'd be like so anal and people just say a word. I'm like no really don't like we've all got our soul and we all use it talks about it with that. I should like, you know what I mean? So for me to pull something good, is it good vibe? Yeah, we all love anal. So right right people do have a hard time talking dog. About yeah, that's something that is open conversation. Anyway, so tell us a little bit about yourself Chloe. Well free covert. I was a stripper just like a lot of people worked in the sex industry and actually went into real life places and hang out with real life people and I did that for about eight years, which is really fun. And I really enjoyed it. I'm not sure if it's the end but at the moment we're in a bit of limbo situation. Yeah, I was a walker which is like a girlfriend experience like sugar baby Vibe saying I also worked in Dungeon as a dominatrix for about four years, which I really enjoyed now. I work on a. Work which is like a cam adult site where you can just explore your kinky side or you can just have company and have conversations. So and it's also, you know safe from covid-19. Episodes have you done so far? I did my fifteen this week. Oh good for me. I'm like, it's a lot. It's literally like a baby baby podcaster. I'm like, please can I guess and everybody's podcast. I just want to like make friends like yeah have a good chat. You know, it's quite isolating being a working in the sex industry as you can imagine like you'd literally only have one type of friend really that you can talk to anything about. So yeah, that was like, I'll do a podcast make some friends like normal friends and nice which would be great. So yeah, I'm just literally getting I'm just trying to yeah get get my face out there. Yeah. Oh, okay. Yeah, it started off just literally what it says on the tin and there's now like progressed into other things like we talked about, you know, how my gay bestfriend on there last week talked about the stuff in the game and dating on Grindr and then, you know, I had a sex therapist the other week just loads of different stuff. Yeah. We still bring it back to the stripper story stuff though, which is like the main thing. Yeah remember that. Like I told you that terrible terrible word of the day that I gave you. I told you guys about cuz you were always like gross me out gross me out. And then I I always said to her first episode and it was munting. Yeah. And yeah, like do you remember what that was? Kayle? Did I tell you I could tell you and I already had a bottle of you know, I'll let her tell it cuz it's it's it's gross as long as it's better with a British accent. I think disgusting. Yeah, we like that and you have a story about that. It's kind of connected to your to your stripping right? Well montag's yeah and somebody asked you to do that at yeah. They also need to like play dead. Yeah play like talk about like Fear The Walking Dead. It was literally me like, yeah just lay their horrendous wage and I'll just had to lie there and he was like, just just just close your eyes for me for a second. I'm like really don't like do you want a lap dance? I'm here, you know people like and you just yeah just wasn't into it. He wanted Dead. Add body not just that but like jumping on the stomach of the dead. It's just yeah daughter here is yeah, you haven't eaten before you had the choice. It's fine. So great. Yeah. I remember here again. I was driving to work and I was like, is that like that? Is that real and I Google it when I got to work and I was like, holy shit. That's a real fake dead tired vial. Of course. I couldn't wait to tell anybody everybody at work. They were like disgusted but in a funny way, I should probably didn't in the UK when you call someone a munter. It's like you're ugly off like you're such a munter I used to think. Oh, okay, that's you know, it's like a kind of thing that kids call other kids to bully them right little do they know it is not black. It is magical like kids do your homework before you start insulting people? Yeah, please yeah. Yep. To whoever you could call use that name on like the sex partner. That sucks. Yeah a month sleigh. Is that what they call it? Literally took the camera full move or something. Would you be leaving too many kilos in a bit of a dry spell right now because of the covid-19. And update every week and she gets mad at me. Yeah, really? It's the worst isn't it? I mean one of my friends have started like phone like working on the phones like school age station. I'm on my TV channel. So he's got really good at phone sex cuz she on the TV channel, you can't like touch yourself or anything. So it was a daytime T. So she's now got like she hides her mouth like whatever. She says like pussy off. You can't even like read the lip of like the word and she say this actually helping her in a day life. So as long as she can't see anyone, but she's not really good at talking about dick off. Right, if we some lessons forget about Target morale, I am also good at talking about Dick not my own. I'm shy but other men sticks I talk about it all the time great. Great. Yes, you know, I don't like to brag. So when did you when did you decide you wanted to do a pocket? Were you just bored and from the covin said? Yeah, let's just like my friends were were like at parties over all drunk or whatever people be like, oh, you know funny stories and I'll be like, oh I've got one for you. How about this like, well, you should put it on a podcast, you know, like say I was very booked down and leprosy lost my job at the club. So yeah, I was listening to podcasts. I can actually do that. I have a little chat see how it goes. Yeah. Yeah, it's quite it's quite good therapy a.

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"chloe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chloe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Weight the course sitting like again. These are all things that like I don't spend a lot of time thinking or worrying about a person. But when, like with the Kardashians in particular when you start to pay attention, you're like, wow. I feel like she's on a totally different journey from Well, and I think some of that has a lot to do with how like the her character in the family right, like the character that her mother created for her. Was that Chloe was going to be The ugly duckling and we were all to feel sorry for her right. But then, when she started to emerge as like a butterfly It's like you can't shake that. The messaging you were giving about yourself. So in her mind, she's still never good enough because it was the other sisters that were the you know the right Kardashians. So she's been up against. I mean, this was set up for her by her own mother, which I don't think it's a show. I think this is the real deal. I think like, you know, she would protest and say like this is nobody's like she would come after us to be sure. What, like you have, like I want to be like, but you've brought us with you right on this journey. We've been on a jury and, like, act like we can't have an opinion. Yeah, and the woman has her own TV show called Revenge Body. That tells you everything you need to know about the mindset. Of like how she's gone through her adulthood. Oh, it just makes me sad as I'm scrolling through this in your right, Bradley, even within like a year. I mean, it's like it's like, Oh, you know, people change.

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"chloe" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"chloe" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"The list below the Terek stub because we're I don't know what my horoscope is Day either have you checked it me either yes starting over over I think it's a little ironic because my heart today says don't let someone else take credit for your hard work like I'm working really hard you are you constantly work really hard that's true but so do you can't take credit for mine I won't anyway very much give credit what's yours do mine is today's a good day to love deeply and unconventionally trusted intuition Oh that's wonderful sny that's a really nice one it's a nice. I like that it usually it's like did despair uh-huh I love it I love horoscopes I think they're so too I don't know how much like stock I put in them really now but you know sometimes a made me feel better about the day yeah they align with I want them to Act Let's put it that way and that's fine yeah just fun it is spider man you're GONNA say no we're not going to say you go first skin say GonNa meet Betty who in a couple of weeks Ooh that's right Oh my God I'm jealous I'm so excited there's going to be so cool it is going to be cool you're in need take lots of pictures believe me. I will prove it didn't happen basically that talent that goes yeah yeah in other news pop culture news yes y'all I'm so excited by this bands of Spiderman have one he's back in the MC you yeah I never thought it would happen after the terrible terrible news you gave me a couple episodes ago I've been pretty devastated honestly need to I've been trying not to think yeah because I'm like why would they it like that you're my source of Pop Culture News and I appreciate that because his time it was good news is a good time we can all breathe a sigh believe because Spiderman is back at least for one movie which is fine with me yes just wrap it up hanging like yeah I think actually this a spiderman movie and then one other movie ooh okay probably an avengers movie. I'm good with that yeah thank you Sony that all I needed in my life yes otherwise I was gonNA write you a lot of hate mail exactly yeah we were going to get our fans together Yep we were going to have everybody do a handwritten letter campaign Yup it was gonna work yet but we manifested it with our minds until we didn't have you all work craft which is really what we like in the world thank you universe we appreciate you thank you Mike Again I'm a worse at this yeah it's a wake up professional or something Yeah definitely yeah well so now that we can brief let's listen to this great story yeah a plantation in Louisiana doesn't seem so scary right the thought of the sweet southern breeze flowing gently through the windows but that's not the scene of our story today today we're talking about a ghost named chloe who's been haunting myrtles plantation hundreds of years in making this home one of America's most haunted locations.

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