Every 4th Episode we bring the vices out.. We continue to discuss our topics while of course letting the liquor speak through us. On this episode our Intern kept the drinks flowing while we further discuss the Boston Rap Scene as well as Cat Calling and other forms of Street Harassment by men towards women. Join the discussion as we break down the evils of Cat Calling.
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