The Book of Huey Podcast has the pleasure of introducing you to our host, Huey Booker. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Huey has been in the Washington, D.C. area since 2014.
They have a dedicated aim and focus. Huey has some of the dopest, funniest, most inciteful conversations with his friends. Within all the shenanigans and jokes, there are frequent profound moments and lots of quotable gems. With the idea that other folks could benefit from, or at the very least, be highly amused by listening in on these convos, he created a safe, judgment-free space to discuss love, sex, life, dating, relationships, fuckery, and advice with ray honesty and humor.
“Huey and I have like the best conversations always talking about love, life, sex, relationships. I think I have a unique perspective. I’m really excited to meet more people during this process… hear different people’s opinions.”
Huey is he’s most excited about the types of conversations that he’s going to have and makes it very clear that he’s no relationship guru. He likes to talk to people, debate, and probe, particularly about the show’s 5 topics – love, sex, dating, relationships, and all the fuckery in-between. It’s most important to him that The Book of Huey is a “safe ass space where people don’t feel judged, they don’t feel condemned, and we can just talk about the different lifestyles that are available, the different opportunities that people have.”
Huey doesn’t pretend to be a relationship guru. Huey is dedicated to speaking from the heart and share his own personal experiences. Huey actually “recently started dating again” in the fall of 2017 after rekindling a short-lived relationship with an old-flame earlier this year.
His is passionate about open, transparent communication. We’re all very different people in our likes, preferences, and proclivities, so it stands to reason that our experiences, perspectives, decision making styles, and worldviews would also all be different. In Huey’s opinion, people “shouldn’t wait until they’re in the midst of a passionate disagreement before they have serious conversations about compromise and their non-negotiables. At this point, it’s too late, especially if emotions are high and everyone involved is on the defensive. It’s his hope that someone will be listening and hear something on the show that challenges them on a deeper level to find opportunities to engage in these types of dialogues, but in a safe way before there’s a problem in their relationship.
Be sure to checkout Episode 1v1 The Road to Pre-Bae.