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Japan is a prime example of collectivist culture while western countries put emphasis on the individual - such polar opposite mindsets. Misunderstandings and confusions are bound to happen when these two perspectives collide. Every episode we unpack one controversial opinion about the Japanese mindset, culture, and custom through stories and interviews. Join host Kaho Koda as she dives into her own culture and attempts to make sense of the disconnect between the Japanese and Western point of ...
 
Join Zack and Brandon as they encourage open, civil and constructive conversation around controversial subjects. We cover topics such as politics, religion, money, culture, and more. Help us break down conversational barriers, revitalize free discussion, push back against cancel culture and open minds. We've covered BLM, hate speech, drug use, finance, bias, education reform, stereotypes and more. *Views and beliefs expressed by guests and/or listeners do not represent the views or beliefs o ...
 
Welcome to Controversial Figures; a podcast about intriguing figures in the media. Created by Tammy Hawkins. If you enjoy this podcast, please leave a 5 star rating and comment; and subscribe to the show so you never miss a new episode. I've created this podcast with no sponsor; it would mean the world to me if you visit Patreon and donate anything you can, so I can continue bringing new content regularly. https://www.patreon.com/controversialfigurespod
 
Here you can listen to our weekly show "Who Do You Think You Are?" as the husband and wife team Byron and Susan Dyess along with Jeff Duke take on some of the most controversial cultured topics and navigate you through the shark infested waters so that you can reach your destination unscathed.
 
Pope Francis is celebrating five years as head of the Catholic Church on 2018. To mark this anniversary, two leading Catholics, a journalist and a theologian, voiced their conflicting opinions on the legacy of Pope Francis controversial pontificate. Ross Douthat is a New York Times Columnist and author of To Change the Church: Pope Francis and the Future of Catholicism. Him and Dr. Massimo Faggioli, professor of Theology at Villanova University, and contributor of the Commonweal Magazine, de ...
 
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“Sometimes I ignore my questions, and I just take it for what it is.” says Eri, a Japanese woman. This has affected her academically, romantically, and in just daily life. What does she mean she ignores her questions? In this episode, we explore the Japanese conformity and collectivist culture. First, Japanese individuals explain why they follow th…
 
“I’m on a holiday. I’m there for the experience, right? But there are other people living their lives. My experience just intrudes in their lives, basically.” says Rutger, a Dutch man who visited Kyoto as a tourist. Rutger and (host) Kaho Koda visited Kyoto together back in 2018. And they still talk about that one evening in Kyoto where they had th…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon discuss the Biden administration's proposal to go door to door and encourage unvaccinated individuals to get the vaccine, as well as Facebook labeling groups and individuals as extremists. This will be the last episode we do before taking a brief break, so if you enjoy it, be sure to leave us a review and follow us…
 
“I feel like it’s almost harder for a woman to be supported by other women in Japan to some extent because I don’t think it’s a common idea that Japanese women want to change their conditions for themselves.” says Fanny, a French woman living in Japan. In this episode we talk about feminism in Japan. Do you know the word 「女子力」 (read as ‘jyoshi ryok…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon bring on our listener Himanish to discuss spirituality, mindfulness, balance in one's life, and more. If you enjoy this episode and have something that you want to say, let us know. If there is an important topic that you feel is not discussed enough, or that you don't feel comfortable discussing elsewhere, come Sa…
 
Welcome to Fired Up! Controversial Conversations for Women of Color with Angel J. This podcast will explore topics that are hard controversial conversations among women of color. Conversation pieces that are discussed Only around the "fire" among us, and that many times lead to us ending in heated discussions, or not agreeing with much frustration.…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon bring on Dan, a listener that had previously come on to speak about mask mandates (hear that episode here), to talk about the second amendment, gun rights, Biden's recent comments on F-15s and nuclear weapons, potential gun reform measures, and more! If you enjoy this episode and have something that you want to say…
 
In this episode, Brandon sits down with an up-and-coming artist, Skylar Hoffman. Skylar is releasing a new album on July 2, 2021 called “Imposter”. On it, he dives into who he is, who he wants to be, and being an “imposter”. Check out the full show notes as well as for this episode on our website: https://saywhatneedssaying.com/ --- Support this po…
 
Everyone will enter into a realm of wanting a rebirth at different stages and different ages. Some call it a midlife crisis but it’s really about the expansion of ones self as a rose constantly growing through concrete, so be beautiful despite your thorns. The right one will be captured by them with the assurance of knowing how to handle you with c…
 
“Often we are very talented to divert the conversation. Because that’s the way we speak. We don’t directly address on something. But we always kind of divert it.” says Terra, a Japanese man living in the Netherlands. In this episode we talk about how Japanese society does not discuss sex. We also talk to an English teacher, Lizzie who experienced t…
 
Zack and Brandon sit down to discuss Bitcoin, other markets like real estate and stocks, wealth and income inequality, even Kanye West. If you like this episode, be sure to check out the full show notes on our website, https://saywhatneedssaying.com/. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-needs-saying/support…
 
It’s been a while I know, but I’ve been going through the down and outs of life that has been a hurtful learning experience. It kept me in the dark and silent of what I was going through…verbally. However…becoming myself again has empowered me to have the audacity to tell the truth, get back up and dust the my shoulders off cause it’s above me now …
 
Zack and Brandon sit down to reflect on the progression of the podcast and all the positives that it has brought. They mention benefits such as increased confidence, conversational flow, and the ability to see how thoughts in your head sound when you say them out loud. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-needs-saying/support…
 
“You don’t say I love you. You don’t give your mom a hug at the end of the day. Like I feel really awkward doing that. And it’s something that I tried to change at some point in my life. But I think my mom didn’t feel comfortable with it as well when I started to try hugging her and saying things. So I kind of stopped... Oh my gosh, have you ever s…
 
Brandon and Zack discuss labeling people or oneself as a conservative, liberal, progressive, libertarian, republican, democrat and more. We touch on what it means to be some of these things, and how the labels can be both helpful and damaging. We touch on Rachel Dolezal identifying as black, the Black Lives Matter organization, and changes in party…
 
In this episode Zack and Brandon sit down with Sherman Tylawsky, the host of the Friends and Fellow Citizens Podcast, to discuss his experiences in the Capitol complex on January 6th and the events of that day, division in the country, and more! If you like what you hear from Sherman, check out more of his stuff here: www.shermantylawsky.com --- Su…
 
In this episode, Zack and guest co-host MrMan discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict live with our listeners. We start with some historical context, and then open the floor for all to discuss and share their views on the issues. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-needs-saying/support…
 
Japan is a prime example of collectivist culture while western countries put emphasis on the individual - such polar opposite mindsets. Misunderstandings and confusions are bound to happen when these two perspectives collide. Every episode we unpack one controversial opinion about the Japanese mindset, culture, and custom through stories and interv…
 
In this episode, Zack interviews Dr. Eric Fretz to discuss virtuous cults/tribes, increasing political polarization, countering cancel culture with civil conversation, "liberal indoctrination" in academia, and more! Don't mind the birds, we recorded outside! See the video on our YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73tZwWASIBbHEQ8ALkhzJA…
 
Zack and Brandon sit down with Delvon from the Views From The Arch podcast to discuss policing, the prison system, critical race theory, and more. We touch on humanizing police and criminals, and Delvon leaves listeners with a closing message to listen to each other when having a conversation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-ne…
 
In this live discussion, Zack and Brandon discuss different laws with listeners, and which should be gotten rid of. We touch on local vs national law, constitutionality, and even systemic racism. Check it out! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-needs-saying/support
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon sit down with David and Mohammad from the Ask an Iranian Podcast to discuss the good and bad/controversial elements of Islam. David and Mohammad kick it off with what Islam means to them and other positive elements. We then discuss "radical Islamic terrorism" and women's rights/feminism, as well as how Western cult…
 
Check out this episode of the Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered, where they interview Zack and Brandon! If you enjoy this episode, check out more of them on their website: https://threadspodcast.com/ or on their link tree link: https://linktr.ee/threadspodcastlifeunfiltered --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/say-what-needs-saying/support…
 
Zack and Brandon chat live with listeners about the Ma'Khia Bryant shooting, as well as about police brutality more broadly. The conversation ends on a positive note, discussing potential solutions for issues within policing and communities. If you'd like to join us live next time, email us at saywhatneedssayingpodcast@gmail.com! --- Support this p…
 
In this episode, Brandon breaks down the basics of cryptocurrency. Why is crypto gaining popularity? What makes it special? Should you invest? Listen to find out! What is cryptocurrency? [00:45] · Cryptocurrency is a form of payment that can be exchanged for goods and services. Brandon explains that you need to exchange “real” currency for the cryp…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon sit down with a police officer from the Columbus, Ohio police department to discuss the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant. Mike debunks several “alternatives” proposed by the media and others such as using a taser, firing a warning shot or shooting the legs. We discuss the releasing of the bodycam footage, and dive into s…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon discuss the recent shooting of Daunte Wright, police brutality broadly, and the recent rise in Dogecoin prices. One listener joins the conversation, with others commenting live. If you like what you hear and would like to be invited to future live episodes, email us at saywhatneedssayingpodcast@gmail.com *Views exp…
 
In this live episode, Zack and Brandon talk with listeners and discuss the recent spate of anti-Asian hate and violence. We talk about the shooting in Atlanta, and the shooter's motive. We also discuss gun rights and restrictions a bit as well. Brandon and a couple Asian listeners share their experiences with animosity between the black and Asian c…
 
For this week's SWNS Spotlight we bring on a longtime listener of the podcast to discuss something that means a lot to them. We cover lots of topics pertaining to academia. We touch on safe spaces and trigger warnings, and how these got adopted on college campuses. MrMan describes cancel culture and the "mob mentality" associated with it. Zack, Bra…
 
In this episode, Dillon Bruce of the Bible Conversations Podcast joins Say What Needs Saying to discuss Christianity. We begin by talking about the "good" of Christianity. Dillon shares how Christianity provides meaning to life, and what he believes are the best aspects of his faith. We then move on to discussing the more controversial or "bad" asp…
 
Zack and Brandon invite their listeners on to further discuss the topics covered in this week's episodes. We dive further into cancel culture, Gina Carano, and censorship in general, as well as talk stocks more, with Brandon and Zack talking about some different investments they're potentially looking at (even though none of it is financial advice!…
 
Jenn from Crane's Critter Care steps into the SWNS Spotlight along with Ursula the chinchilla, to discuss her business. We discuss how Crane's Critter Care operates, but also issues such as people buying pets they can no longer take care of after lockdown ends, negative vs positive reinforcement, and more! Tune in Fridays for our SWNS Spotlight seg…
 
For this week's culture segment, Say What Needs Saying brings on Red from the "Red's Ramblings" podcast to discuss international sentiments towards Americans, and different reactions he's gotten when seeking out people of different cultures to interview. We touch on the Philippines, Trump, cancel culture, and much more. Tune in Thursdays for more C…
 
We're beginning our segment on money, during which we'll discuss investing, finances, money, and everything related to them. In this first episode, Brandon covers the basics of what a stock is and Zack and Brandon both discuss a bit about their personal investments. Subscribe for more, and tune in Wednesdays for more Money segments! While we aren't…
 
The "Ask an Iranian" podcast stops by to discuss self-censorship, Iranian sentiments about Trump, cancel culture broadly, and much more. SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE TO SEE THE VIDEO COMPONENT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73tZwWASIBbHEQ8ALkhzJA/ Tune in Tuesdays for more Politics/Current Events segments, where we'll discuss more important topics and …
 
In this episode Brandon and Zack sit down with Jason and Ben from the Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered to discuss whether men can express emotion, society's views on men being emotional, going to therapy, anti-depressants, and so much more. Definitely check it out, and if you enjoy their perspectives, check them out too! --- Support this podcast: h…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon sit down with two former educators, Mary Damer and Dave Ziffer, to discuss the education system and reform. We discuss things such as the importance of phonics, common core, math education, privatization of education or charter schools, and so much more. Here are some resources that they've provided for further inf…
 
In this episode, Zack and Brandon sit down with Derick Van Ness, a Wealth Strategist with Big Life Financial, and discuss financial freedom, wealth and money management, investing (and what to do even if you still have student debt or other barriers), and more. Money is one of the most important aspects of life, but yet we never talk about it. Help…
 
Zack and Brandon appeared on The Ear Hustling Podcast with James & Eric to discuss Black History Month as part of a panel of other podcasters. We talked about whether Black History Month should be continued, how black Americans prefer to be referred to, what black history means and how it should be discussed year-long and more. If you enjoy this, b…
 
On January 6th, 2021, we appeared on the Soulless Society Podcast to discuss the Capitol Hill riots that had happened earlier that day. Enjoy this throwback to this monumental and horrible event, and hear us offer our perspective on another podcast! If you enjoy this episode, be sure to check out the Soulless Society Podcast for more like it, and i…
 
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