The shows starts off with Mide's personal revelations about a talking stage situationship that left her because he found out she was a podcaster, and slowly springs off to a conversation about the relationship between sugar consumption and erectile dysfunction.
The trio reflect on unfair societal expectations and double standards placed on women in dating and relationships, with Mide and Nicky highlighting how men often get away with just doing the bare minimum in relationships whereas more is expected of women.
The hosts then give their two cents on why they think this happens with the ladies placing some of the blame on competition and hypocrisy among fellow women - who often use the concept of women empowerment as a facade while engaging in behaviors that contradict the core principles of empowerment.
"Women empowerment should be a lived experience, not just a trendy hashtag. We need to foster genuine connections and redefine what it means to support each other as women in a world that often pits us against each other", Mide says.
Nonetheless, despite the scepticism about women empowerment, the hosts also highlight some instances where women have uplifted and motivated each other.
The conversation shifts briefly onto other issues related to women's empowerment such as Period poverty - which Nicky suggests holds back many women and girls from achieving their full potential. She believes that pads and other period care products should be free just like condoms as they are a necessity to all girls.
Concluding on a lighter note, Mide brings up the issue of sugar consumption and erectile dysfunction to which the hosts express surprise and scepticism on the correlation between the two.
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