Destiny is a 21 year old student born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is currently pursuing a BA in Communications from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She has experience in Sports Marketing & Public Relations and Film.
On the last episode of the season, Dr. Daniel Bubb shares a very personal account of what it was like to lose his father to stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He addresses some of the reasons why the "Death with Dignity" bill should have been passed here in Nevada. It is a bill that would allow competent adults with a terminal illness to request a prescription that would allow them to end their life at the place and time of their choosing. Dr. Bubb also shares some backlash the bill faced from religious groups/organizations, and we compare human euthanasia to animal euthanasia.This episode is in loving memory of Ken Bubb.
Dr. Marta Meana, former president of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, is an accomplished scholar who has made numerous contributions to the fields of psychology, romantic relationships, and human sexuality. Her ground-breaking research even earned her a spot on The Oprah Winfrey Show. On this episode, we discuss the following topics: whether or not sex ed should be taught in school, debunking the misconception that women get attached easier than men, some fundamental differences and similarities between male and female sexuality, and what really turns women on in the bedroom.Additional resources for more information:"Sexual Dysfunction in Women" book by Marta Meana"Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free" book by Wednesday Martin"The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity" book by Esther Perel
This week's episode is a continuation of the theme from the last episode: explaining political parties. My guest, Angelo Robledo, has extensive experience within the Democratic party. This episode dives much deeper than just a political party. We get into political theory, the history of political parties, discuss the state of human nature as a whole, while also talking about some major democratic values (civil rights, abortion, etc.).
Politics have finally made their way to Let's Talk Elephants!Raymond Serrano has worked on numerous Republican campaigns and been heavily involved in the party as a whole over the last 4-5 years. On this episode, he dives into some of the more important values of the party, common stereotypes, what he believes is the major difference between Republicans and Democrats, and his perspective on Trump.An election year is upon us, and now is the perfect time to hear about some of the major values of each party clarified. Stay tuned for the next episode to hear from Democrats.