Whether you call it call-in culture, consequence culture or "cancel culture,” you likely have an opinion about the current online accountability discourse. On this special two-part series, I invited three of my colleagues and advanced certification students - Master Coach Brenda Lomeli, Master Coach Brig Johnson, and Clutch Coach Amber Taylor - to discuss the range of actions and conversations that get lumped together, sometimes unhelpfully, in this movement. Join us for the first part of the conversation in which we explore accountability in the context of white supremacy, racial and social justice, online social dynamics, and psychology. Get full show notes and more information here:
Is the current online accountability discourse a productive, meaningful, and proportional response to systemic injustice? Or is it a punitive expression of a carceral mob mentality? In the second part of this special two-part series, I invited three of my colleagues and advanced certification students - Master Coach Brenda Lomeli, Master Coach Brig Johnson, and Clutch Coach Amber Taylor - to have a nuanced discussion about why so many women fear being “canceled,” how online accountability conversations emerged from restorative justice practices, and why it’s so important to unpack any strong reactions you are having to the concept. Get full show notes and more information here:
In this episode I'm having an intimate conversation with Amber Taylor on how a black woman's pleasure is the revolution. As a black woman, it can be easy to wait for the world to change to feel safe. In this episode we teach you the shortcut to feeling safe and secure in your body, how to find pleasure everywhere, the difference between ego pleasure and soul pleasure, and how to take care of yourself when something triggering happens in the world. Whether you are a woman, gender fluid, a POC or not, this episode is for you. You can find Amber Taylor at or find her on Instagram @ambertaylorcoaching.