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Christmas Ads, Photo Obsessions, Giving To Charity & Calling Partners Daddy | ETHNICALLY SPEAKIN

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Published on 29 Nov 2020 / In Discussions

The ladies discuss their favourite Christmas ads and whether Sainsbury's Gravy Song ad is an example of diversity and inclusion or a supermarket trying too hard to be woke, if we’ve become too obsessed with taking pictures and videos to post on social media and lost the ability to be present in the moment or share an unfiltered view on our lives, the Daily Mail’s recent article on footballer Marcus Rashford and how much money we should be donating to charity vs. investing in securing our own financial futures, and whether all pet names for a husband or partner are acceptable, including “Daddy”.

00:00 Intro
00:56 Is the Sainsbury’s Christmas ad perfectly pitched or is the supermarket trying too hard to appear woke?
17:24 Why are we so obsessed with taking pictures and videos of every single life experience?
34:48 How much should you be donating to charity if you earn a significant amount of money?
48:51 Would you ever call your husband or partner “Daddy”?

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LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

https://unitedmelaningroup.com/es024
(Website – Show notes)

https://youtu.be/GqtcpLywgRU
(Video – Gravy Song | Sainsbury's | Christmas 2020 | Part 1 of 3 – Sainsbury’s YouTube channel)

https://youtu.be/I99m-zUnefw
(Video – Coca-Cola Holidays are Coming 2019 – Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland YouTube channel)

https://youtu.be/jGY-T4W-BOc
(Video – John Lewis Christmas Advert 2015 – RKSJ JSKR YouTube channel)

https://youtu.be/X5RhP3H3G7w
(Video – John Lewis Christmas Advert 2011 – MrMusicMan501 YouTube channel)

https://youtu.be/yVjecF6oVuw
(Video – Mistletoe (Yellow Pages, 1992) – PopcornMedia YouTube channel)

https://www.independent.co.uk/....life-style/sainsbury
(Article – SAINSBURY’S DEFENDS CHRISTMAS ADVERT FEATURING BLACK FAMILY AFTER TROLLS CRITICISE THEM FOR BEING ‘WOKE’ – Sarah Young for Independent)

https://www.campaignlive.co.uk..../article/tesco-defen
(Article – Tesco defends decision to cut black couple from ad – Brittaney Kiefer for Campaign)

https://twitter.com/O_Dolly/st....atus/132836734509037
(Video – Proposal – @O_Dolly Twitter)

https://medium.com/live-your-l....ife-on-purpose/takin
(Article – Taking Pictures Of Everything Is Ruining Your Life – Tom Kuegler on Medium.com)

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ne....ws/article-8949391/C
(Article – What a result! Campaigning football star Marcus Rashford has bought five luxury homes worth more than £2million – Andy Buckwell and Max Aitchison for The Mail on Sunday)

https://twitter.com/MarcusRash....ford/status/13279534
(Tweet – @marcusrashford Twitter)

https://www.globalcitizen.org/....en/content/forbes-bi
(Article – These Are the Billionaires Who Are Giving the Most Money Away – Brandon Wiggins & Maria Camila Montañez for Global Citizen)

https://omny.fm/shows/under-co....nstruction-with-tama
(Podcast – A Love Worth Fighting For – Under Construction with Tamar Braxton)

https://metro.co.uk/2018/07/23..../people-call-sexual-
(Article – Why do people call their sexual partners ‘Daddy’? – Rebecca Reid for Metro)

https://timesofindia.indiatime....s.com/life-style/hea
(Article – Sex therapist tells why women call men “Daddy” during sex – TNN for Times of India)

https://www.bodyandsoul.com.au..../sex-relationships/s
(Article – Why Some Women Love Calling Their Partner ‘Daddy’ In Bed – Lauren Sams for Body + Soul)
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Each week join Anissa, Luanda Yasmin and Sophie Hannah, three smart, curious and opinionated highly-melanated women, as they discuss everything from current affairs to pop culture, and everything in between. No subject is off limits for these ladies, especially when it comes to issues affecting British communities of colour. Get ready to laugh, learn and liberate your mind, because if there’s one thing you can guarantee, it’s that the Ethnically Speaking ladies will be giving it to you straight!
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