We never really understand our inherent bias until we understand our inherent bias. Fellow Podcaster Bruce Anthony, comes clean about his own homophobia and how it has enabled him to step beyond the judgments and open up to empathy and understanding so that he can continue to lean into other perspectives of life.
As an individual with an insatiable curiosity about people from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, and ideologies, Bruce believes that acquiring knowledge from diverse aspects of life helps us evolve as individuals and become more complete human beings.
His journey into podcasting began as people found interest in my thoughts and opinions on various aspects of life. He seized the opportunity to start this podcast as a platform for interviewing intriguing individuals and engaging in captivating conversations. By exploring the intersections of society, politics, and identity, we aim to provide insightful perspectives that challenge conventional wisdom and foster meaningful dialogue. While his academic background includes a degree in history from the University of Maryland, where he initially pursued a career in teaching, the essence of being an educator remains at the core of who he is.
Throughout his professional journey, which encompasses diverse roles such as bartender, restaurant manager, part owner of a pro wrestling company, personal trainer, and fitness director, he has had the privilege of interacting with people from all walks of life.