Most women have joked about needing a sugar daddy in their lives. But what would that actually be like? On this episode Hilary and Sandra talk to Hannah Donegan. She’s a documentary film director in Toronto who tried to make it as a sugar baby. She even filmed her journey for the CBC documentary Sugar Sisters. So what was it really like? Did she make any money? What were the expectations? And, ultimately, what made her decide it wasn’t the lifestyle for her? GUEST: Hannah Donegan, former sugar baby and filmmaker, Sugar Sisters
In honour of Pride this month, The Quick and The Dirty is releasing special bonus episodes focusing on LGBTQIA+ issues.Hilary and Sandra celebrate Pride Month by welcoming Jesse Reynolds. He’s not only a comedian, broadcaster, and actor but he’s also an ambassador to the LGBTQ community. On this episode, Jesse tells his unique coming out story– how was it received by his family? He talks about being bullied during some tough years in high school, what he thinks his responsibility is to the LGBTQ community, and what he’s doing to make a difference.
In honour of Pride this month, The Quick and The Dirty is releasing special bonus episodes focusing on LGBTQIA+ issues. How do you become a female impersonator? Especially when you live in small-town Ontario… and you’re a roofer by day. Ya, seriously! On this special Pride episode Hilary and Sandra talk to Byron Wilson aka Hyddie Hoe. Hyddie is the pride of Carleton Place, near Ottawa. She tells her fearless coming out story. How did she trade in her construction boots for stilettos?