Miss Understood

With Kat Krozonouski and Nat Biase

About the show

Zesty, in-depth, and slightly satirical, Kat Krozonouski and Nat Biase cover the latest pop-culture news from a Christian-conservative perspective.

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Episodes

  • Miss Understood No. 42 – The Baal-enciaga Saga

    November 29th, 2022  |  39 mins 48 secs
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    In Episode No. 42 of Miss Understood, Kat and Nat go down the Balenciaga rabbit hole. You may recall on November 16, the high-end luxury fashion house received immense backlash for publishing an ad campaign starring toddlers with bondage teddy bears.

  • Miss Understood No. 41 — MAID in Canada

    November 22nd, 2022  |  48 mins 14 secs
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    In Episode No. 41 of Miss Understood, we discuss former Full House star Candace Cameron Bure giving up her reign as the Queen of Christmas.

  • Miss Understood No. 40 — There's Nothing Chic About Heroin

    November 15th, 2022  |  36 mins 47 secs
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    We unpack some of the top reasons why girls are deciding to become boys by citing a Twitter thread by Reality Girl, who thinks societal expectations, gender roles, sexual assault, grooming, abandonment issues, social media, and even parents are to blame

  • Miss Understood No. 38 — Don't Normalize The Bulge

    November 1st, 2022  |  42 mins 14 secs
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    In Episode No. 38 of Miss Understood, we weigh in on the accusations against Taylor Swift for being “fatphobic” in the music video for her hit new single Anti-Hero.

    In a now-deleted section of the video, Swift stands on a scale and sees the message “fat.” Although the song is representative of Taylor’s personal struggles with an eating disorder, the mob came after her for being afraid of getting fat.

    So, we offer our take on the mob’s attempt at minimizing her lived experience and question if the body positivity movement is a scam created by hot women to eliminate competition for high-quality men.

    We also react to Disney’s introduction of its first-ever plus-sized ballerina heroine and offer some tips to ditch a toxic body image mindset — throw out your mirrors and scales, ladies!

    We then tackle Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s divorce and address the ways we feel he may have fumbled in their marriage in his pursuit of maintaining G.O.A.T status in the football world.

    Do you think masculinity is toxic? We don’t unless it involves too much soy or biological males encroaching on female spaces. So, we discuss transgender TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney and their creepy attempt to ‘normalize the bulge’ despite identifying as a woman and question if Caitlyn Jenner is part of the problem in the trans movement.

    Finally, we react to a frightening new video game created by a trans programmer about slaughtering ‘gender fascists’ — also known as anyone critical of gender ideology.

  • Miss Understood No. 37 — Your Health, Your Responsibility

    October 25th, 2022  |  39 mins 23 secs
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    In Episode No. 37 of Miss Understood, we talk about mental and physical health – The good, the bad, and the ugly.

  • Miss Understood No. 36 — You Are The Gatekeeper of Your Sexuality

    October 18th, 2022  |  42 mins 4 secs
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    A lot is going on in pop culture news these days. So, in Episode No. 36 of Miss Understood, we respond to some of the latest headlines.

    Lizzo has made a large splash in the news lately for a variety of reasons. Roe v. Wade was overturned a few months ago, and despite Planned Parenthood’s racist roots, Lizzo misguidedly cites racism as the reason the Supreme Court is leaving abortion laws up to state legislatures.

    The artist has also made it her mission to remind white people that her music is not for them, stressing that her music is about her “black experience.” So, to the 71% of Americans who are white, you should probably grant Lizzo her wishes and stop listening to her music. Hopefully, after losing such a large chunk of her fan base, she’s still able to afford her private jet and luxurious lifestyle!

    If that weren’t ridiculous enough, Lizzo is also upset about being oversexualized all the time. So, we offer our take on poor Lizzo’s woes and react to her political and feminist justification for wearing skimpy outfits on stage.

    Plus, did you know porn is making people dumber? Neither did we, which is why in this week’s episode, we unpack the reasons why, and react to claims by two female celebrities about being oversexualized and abused.

    We also expose some of the dark sides of Reddit, which has stirred up a lot of controversy over the years for censoring conservative content while allowing degenerate content that promotes pedophilia to remain on the site.

    That’s not all, everyone’s favourite feminist and naked model, Emily Ratajkowski, is facing backlash for dating Brad Pitt, who was accused of abusing his ex-wife Angelina Jolie and their children after the beauty went after men for their bad behaviour. So, we provide our advice to ‘Emrata’ on how to navigate her own hypocrisy.

    And finally, our culture is obsessed with labels! So, in this week’s episode, we discuss the term “Latinx” and expose the fact that essentially no one from the Latin-American community identifies with the term.

    Plus! We come out of the closet — that’s right, your beloved hosts are now demisexual! Oh, you don’t know what that word means? Watch the show to find out!

  • Miss Understood No. 35 — Feminists Lied, Femininity Died

    October 11th, 2022  |  36 mins 47 secs
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    In Episode No. 35 of Miss Understood, we address all the lies women are sold.

    Meghan Trainor recently got candid about anti-depressants causing her newborn baby to go to the NICU, so we address the lack of informed consent medical professionals provide for women when they are most vulnerable.

    We saw this abuse of power by people in positions of authority time and time again throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, even though data is now coming out about the potential dangers the vaccine poses to women. For example, a new study was published recently stating that women should be cautious when breastfeeding their six-months and under babies for 48 hours post-vaccination, even though we were all told that the vaccines were safe and effective by the “experts.”

    Additionally, women were gaslit by the mainstream media for coming forward about changes in menstruation after getting the vaccine. And now, one year later, the media is confirming their claims.

    Women are also sold lies about the potential dangers of birth control, which, despite being referred to as “hormonal birth control,” does not contain an ounce of natural hormones and can cause an array of health issues.

    We are also constantly directed to look to the rich and famous for skincare advice, who pretend their perfect skin is owed to hydration and a healthy diet. But, let’s be honest, these women have endless access to the best in the skincare business, not to mention plastic surgery. But sure, love yourself more — buy Kim Kardashian’s new skincare line, and you’ll finally be happy!

    We also address the lie that women can have it all. Sorry ladies, you can’t beat your biological clock — unless you’re incredibly wealthy and can afford to freeze your eggs for $10,000! But, once again, feminists want us to believe that we can wait until it's convenient to have a baby, and everything will magically work out.

    Finally, now that anyone can self-declare that they are a woman, we are being rendered obsolete, and we must make peace with it — or else! So, if you’re uncomfortable with a female-identifying biological male sharing a changeroom with you, congratulations on becoming a bigot.

  • Miss Understood No. 34 — Let's Talk About Sex

    October 4th, 2022  |  51 mins 52 secs
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    Nothing is better than sex between two people who love and trust each other deeply, yet our culture tries to sell marital sex as “boring” and one-night stands to be “liberating”.

    So, in Episode No. 34 of Miss Understood, we talk about sex, baby — in the confines of marriage, of course — following Full House star Candace Cameron Bure's recent interview with Mayim Bialik for her “Breakdown” podcast, where she defined sex in marriage as a “gift from God” that should be celebrated.

    We also list some of the dating advice divorce lawyers have for couples and try to define if going to a strip club, getting a lap dance, or dirty dancing with someone of the opposite sex should be considered adultery. We may disagree on a few of these, but some indecent acts are a hard “NO” in a monogamous relationship.

    Plus, revolutionaries are speaking out against the inhumane treatment of women in Iran. So, we address the growing momentum of the hijab protests, providing some historical context by looking back on the 1979 revolution when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini seized control of Iran's government and forced the nation under fundamentalist Islamic rule.

    We also debate euthanasia laws in Canada and question the ethics of being able to get medically assisted suicide and the slippery slope it can create.

    Of course, Hollywood can’t stop romanticizing murderers, and Netflix’s latest show, The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, seems to have done just that. So naturally, we add our two cents to the conversation. We argue that the glamourization of serial killers creates more of them and sympathizing with their troubled upbringings is disrespectful to victims of their crimes.

    And to round out the episode, we end on a lighter note by talking about Russia and the thousands of men fleeing the country to avoid conscription for a war they morally oppose.

  • Miss Understood No. 33 — The Top 4 Worst: Male Edition

    September 27th, 2022  |  45 mins 3 secs
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    In Episode No. 33 of Miss Understood, we piggyback off last week’s episode and rank who we think the worst four men in the media are right now.

    Leonardo DiCaprio is the first person we accuse of being the worst for his eco-hypocrisy and inability to date women over 25. He's an actor, a well-known climate activist and a cradle robber. He’s recently made a splash in the headlines for allegedly breaking up with his 25-year-old model girlfriend of four years due to her age and has been spotted mingling with Gigi Hadid, a rich kid, and famous model.

    Second, and likely the worst, is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — no explanation necessary.

    The third man accused of being the worst is singer and frontman for Maroon 5, Adam Levine. He is married with kids, with another on the way, and despite denying it, has been accused of cheating on his supermodel pregnant wife with an “Instagram model.” We hope it was worth it, Adam.

    Finally, everyone’s favourite queer-baiting homewrecker, Harry Styles, makes the list due to allegedly breaking up his now-girlfriend Olivia Wilde’s family while filming a movie and for keeping his sexuality ambiguous for attention.

  • Miss Understood No. 32 — We Do Not Consent

    September 20th, 2022  |  53 mins 34 secs
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    In Episode No. 33 of Miss Understood, we piggyback off last week’s episode and rank who we think the worst four men in the media are right now.

    Leonardo DiCaprio is the first person we accuse of being the worst for his eco-hypocrisy and inability to date women over 25. He's an actor, a well-known climate activist and a cradle robber. He’s recently made a splash in the headlines for allegedly breaking up with his 25-year-old model girlfriend of four years due to her age and has been spotted mingling with Gigi Hadid, a rich kid, and famous model.

    Second, and likely the worst, is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — no explanation necessary.

    The third man accused of being the worst is singer and frontman for Maroon 5, Adam Levine. He is married with kids, with another on the way, and despite denying it, has been accused of cheating on his supermodel pregnant wife with an “Instagram model.” We hope it was worth it, Adam.

    Finally, everyone’s favourite queer-baiting homewrecker, Harry Styles, makes the list due to allegedly breaking up his now-girlfriend Olivia Wilde’s family while filming a movie and for keeping his sexuality ambiguous for attention.

  • Miss Understood No. 31 — The Dirty Legacy Of Hugh Hefner

    September 13th, 2022  |  37 mins 47 secs
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    In Episode No. 31 of Miss Understood, in light of the new docuseries Secrets of Playboy, Kat and Nat go down the rabbit hole to unpack the truth about Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner and the recent allegations against him by his ex-girlfriends Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt.

    They also provide a brief history of Playboy, its seedy beginnings, and react to Hugh's little black book of revenge porn, which he allegedly used to blackmail housemates into orgies.

    Plus, can you spot the signs of a groomer? This week, Kat and Nat provide tools to help people catch these creeps in the act pulling real-world examples from filmmaker Cheryl Nicholas, a woman who created a documentary that chronicles the tactics her teacher used to groom her when she was a teenager.

  • Miss Understood No. 30 — Nickelodeon, Teens, & Oversexualized Scenes

    September 6th, 2022  |  28 mins 10 secs
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    In episode dirty No. 30, Kat and Nat continue their deep dive into former Nickelodeon producer and creator Dan Schneider and address some of the new allegations against him by female cast members.

    Plus, what is infantilization and why is it harmful?

  • Miss Understood No. 29 — Bad Boys Get Banned

    August 30th, 2022  |  41 mins 46 secs
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    In Episode No. 29 of Miss Understood, we offer our nuanced perspective on the Biden Administration's plan to abolish student loans in the United States.

    We also provide an update on 10-year-old trans model Noella McMaher from Episode No. 4, her budding career as a model and trans activist, and detail some facts about Noella's guardians.

    Plus, who the heck is Andrew Tate, and does he deserve to be banned from social media?

  • Miss Understood No. 28 — Feminists: Just Shut Up

    August 23rd, 2022  |  36 mins 2 secs
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  • Miss Understood No. 27 — Where are all of Epstein's clients?

    August 16th, 2022  |  35 mins 49 secs
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    In Episode No. 27 of Miss Understood, we react to the FBI raid of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home, and discuss the ties of the judge who approved the raid to Jeffrey Epstein.

    We also do a deep dive into former Nickelodeon television producer and writer Dan Schneider's alleged abusive behaviour, following the release of a former iCarly actor's memoir.

    Plus, who were all of Epstein's clients, and why won't the judge release their names?

  • Miss Understood No. 26 — Keep Swinging Your Hips, Elvis

    August 9th, 2022  |  36 mins 14 secs
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    In Episode No. 26 of Miss Understood we react to Demi Lovato's confusing de-transition from they/them to she/her/they/them, and discuss whether it's okay that Ana De Armas doesn't drop her Cuban accent to play Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming film Blonde.

    Plus, the mob is upset with Beyonce over an 'ableist' lyric in a new song, but should the queen have caved?