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About us

Amelia Samson

Ayeee, I’m Amelia! I got my heart completely shattered last year, and I started exploring relationships in a way that I hadn’t before—both with myself and others. All I wanted to do was talk about it, and I realized that I didn’t feel as empowered talking about sex as my male friends might. So, when I decided I wanted to start a podcast about the heartbreak aspect of the breakup, Liz was the first (and only) person that popped into my head of who I would want to do this with. As we started talking, The Hoely Hour took form. We wanted to do our little part in making everyone feel more comfortable speaking openly about sex. I didn’t realize how much this podcast would empower me in every part of my life, and I am so happy I get to share it with y’all.

Liz Ball

Hey, I’m Liz! Writing about myself is so weird, jeez okay ummm... Almost three years ago my life was a complete dumpster fire. My job made me miserable, my relationship was even worse, and I left it all behind to move for a new job in Seattle. That’s where I met Amelia! It was like everything and everyone here had been waiting for me. I saw so much of Amelia’s journey in myself and my own experiences. There is something lovely about having another person to sit in your grief with you and understand instead of look away because it’s sad and uncomfortable. I thought she was joking when she said we should start a podcast. But we started to realize, when you connect with others about intimate things, it’s like they’ve been waiting to have these conversations. So why not have them with each other and share it? Why not empower others to feel seen?

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