You want a hot body? You want a Bugatti?
You want a Maserati? You better work bitch.
One loves fashion but hates wearing clothes, and the other is anything but ensembly-challeged. Of course we are talking about this week's #GayRelationshipGoals, the IG king himself, Justin (@justjustinnyc) and his boyfriend Shae Carroll (@shaecarroll). These fashionistas share style tips and an incredible love for one another - one that transcends any fashion trends. It's because of this, that Critelli's have become huge fans of their relationship (and wardrobe). Be sure to check out their couples page, (@justshaemless), for more sartorial couples pics and other wonderful declarations of love. Follow them both on Instagram, and make sure to tell them the Critelli’s sent you!
"Now get to work bitch!"
Even though its the 21st century and we (gay people) have earned a major milestone by gaining the right to marry, be who we are, and take over your television shows (we're talking about you Queer Eye), homosexual male and females (and everything in between) still have to make a choice about whether or not we want to be “out at work.” Marko and Tony sit down this episode, to discuss their own experience with this issue, including what its like when you don’t get to share much about where you spend a third of your life, and how its affected their relationship.
Who better to talk about work environments, than our guest, Amy Toppen? As a strong woman in leadership in Human Resources with over 13 years of experience in multiple states, Amy joins the guys to explore and explain our real rights as queer people and how it should (or shouldn't) affect our employment status. Amy dispels certain work-related myths, talks about cultural diversity, and lays a lot of truth to blow away the fog of rumor surrounding this basic life issue. Join the Critelli’s as they learn more about work, work, work, work, work - sans encouragement from Rihanna.
Which song will Marko sample this month? You’ll have to listen to find out! More importantly, the Critelli’s answer your questions ...
Baby fever has hit a queer couple, and the decision to have kids has hit them even harder. Do they make mini-people or take mini-vacations? When would it be too late? How will they know when its right to take the plunge?
The second question, also related to the issue of children, is one of honesty: do you break off a great relationship because one of you wants children and the other doesn’t? Join in as the Critelli’s talk about healthy boundaries and forthrightness as they try to help a listener determine what to do next with a great guy that wants something he doesn’t on this week's Listener Shituations!
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