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Welcome to season 3! We're starting back by discussing the topic that's dominated the news cycle and frankly all our personal attention here at Excavate, the year of Taylor Swift. Over the course of the Eras Tour, 2 more re-recorded albums, of course a very high profile break-up and new relationship, Taylor Swift has never been bigger. We have both been fans of hers for a long time, which means a lot of years of identifying and dismantling our own internalized misogyny, having countless heated conversations defending her against the sexist attitudes of others, and loving and connecting with her music and public image. Even though Taylor is more popular than ever, she's still a lightning rod for ridicule and misogyny. Today we'll dig into the underlying patriarchy that's embedded in the backlash against her, how our reactions to her can be an opportunity for curiosity and reflection, and why Taylor means so much to so many. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @excavatepodcast To support the podcast on patreon visit: www.patreon.com/excavatepodcast Our patreon perks include new content, zoom calls, and the opportunity for our higher tier options to invite us to your small group.
In this episode, we talk about American politician, lawyer, voting rights activist, and author Stacey Abrams. We discuss how she is viewed by the world of politics, and pop culture (spoiler alert for Misogyny and Racism). Then we cover Stacey's rise to political fame, and the passion that keeps her there. Lastly we discuss her plans for the future for America and herself. Follow the podcast: Twitter: @BigRepPod Instagram: @BigReputationsPod Become a Patreon supporter: patreon.com/bigreputationspod Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/86669619 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hosts: Kimberly Kunkle and Rebecca L. Salois Logo Design: Samantha Marmolejo Music: Shawn P. Russell Sound Consultant and Mixing: Shawn P. Russell Recording and Editing: Rebecca L. Salois ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sources: National Women's History Museum entry on Stacey Abrams “Stacey Abrams on Writing Suspense Novels and Her Future in Politics,” Interview with Belinda Luscombe Power move: Stacey Abrams's next act is the electrification of the US, by Brian Kahn Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change, by Stacey Abrams All In: The Fight for Democracy
You've witnessed my dating successes, and now, I'll dissect my former toxic relationship that was entrenched in the strange world of celebrity culture. It all starts in the dimly lit Thai restaurant located across my former apartment. Unbenounst to me, the minute I locked eyes with my date, the man, the enigma, who would trigger the emotional rollercoaster that ultimately became my life. Our relationship was defined by deception, gaslighting, and misogyny. This is the story about a relationship that chipped away at my confidence and trust, and how I overcame it. More on Eva Oh, https://eva-oh.comHIGHLIGHTS:Here are the timestamps for the episode. On some podcast players you should be able to click the timestamp to jump to that time.(00:00) - Welcome. What is #teakink(00:15) - My Worst Relationship? How We Met(07:30) - Joining the Band on Tour, Sort of(08:40) - I Move to London to be Together, He Reveals a Secret(10:50) - I Find Out More Secrets(12:15) - My First Experience with Gaslighting(14:20) - I Stay, and Follow Him Around the World(17:00) - Feeling Misunderstood(18:00) - Why I Share This(21:00) - How Meditation Played a Part(22:30) - Understanding Celebrity Culture(23:40) - A Revelation at the MTV Awards(25:50) - His Accusations(28:15) - More Red Flags(29:00) - He Starts to Denounce My Work, after being supportive initially(32:10) - Misogyny at Fuji Rock Festival, the Brit Awards...(36:40) - Ed Sheeran Saving the Day?(38:40) - How it Slowly and Painfully Ended
This is Mayssa Chehata for Female Startup ClubHello everyone and welcome back to the show! It's Doone here - your host and hype girl. I've been SO happy to see so many new faces joining us in the Facebook group and asking all of the questions. Josephine and I will be digging into these topics every Friday for our Hype Girl chats. You can come and join us by clicking the link in the show notes and drop your own questions and challenges so we can explore them too.Today we've got Mayssa Chehata back on the show - she joined us back in May 2021 to talk about her business, Behave Candy and since then Behave has gone through a massive relaunch - Mayssa made the call to pause for what ended up being 12 month while they worked through new packaging, new pricing and new formulations - so interesting to hear about this approach and the impact it's had on the business.Let's jump in, this is Mayssa for Female Startup ClubLINKS WE MENTION:Mayssa's InstagramEat Behave's InstagramMayssa's TikTokMayssa's LinkedInJoin the FSC CLUB & Ask Your Questions: www.facebook.com/groups/femalestartupclubJoin thousands of small business owners who are reading our newsletter every Monday at: www.femalestartupclub.com Join our tool and private community for small business owners, Majic [formerly known as Hype Club]Female Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramDoone's TikTokSay hello to Doone: email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As a family physician, Dr. Melissa Lem knew she couldn't stay silent on the health dangers of climate change. But when she spoke out against the use of fossil fuels, the backlash was more vitriolic and personal than she ever expected. She's not alone. From death threats to sexual intimidation and sinister phone calls, Dr. Melissa Lem, Tzeporah Berman, and Judy Wilson have paid a high cost for their climate advocacy work. It's a trend that has alarmed human rights organizations like Amnesty International, who say that women—especially racialized and sexually diverse women—are disproportionately targeted. On this week's Storylines, producer Molly Segal meets three climate advocates who set out to speak up for the planet, and are now needing to speak up for themselves.
Happy Thursday everyone! To All the Men I've Tolerated Before is officially on holiday break. As a special treat, we are sharing one of the first episodes to a new collaboration with Julia Washington (Pop Culture Makes Me Jealous). What is a Drauma Dump? Well, that's what happens when you write into Julia and I and tell us all about the ways someone in your life has hurt, betrayed, or disappointed you. We then adhere to our calling as women who rage against things like misogyny and oppression and yell at your family for you. Because we get it, you can't spend your energy and time yelling at people who are already undervaluing you. But we can!Drauma Dump is a YouTube video series that will release episodes every Friday! You can find the channel here. Julia has posted our other premiere episode on the Pop Culture Makes Me Jealous Feed.Interested in our new Misogyny Meltdown series on Patreon? Make sure you're a subscribed member and go read our list of the Misogynist of the Year nominees for free on our Patreon page. We will be having free and paid content on our Patreon starting now!Follow us on socials!InstagramTiktokFacebookYouTubeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
News of Willow and Tara's glowy-O reunion spreads through the Summers residence to popular acclaim. This contentment is shattered, however, by misbehaving men: Xander's petulant antics, Spike committing an unforgivable act, and Warren refusing to believe he can be defeated by a woman. It's misogyny o'clock, and we all lose as a result of it. Bathroom scene discussion: 42:45–1:16:30 The Tara discussion: 1:54:55–2:00:50 Please practise self-care while listening to these intense discussions. Hear us discuss… How much did Dawnifer hear of Tara and Willow last night? When will Xander apologize to Buffy? Misogyny is the villain of this series, but in this season it feels stale Queer representation and missed opportunities Buffy Summers is our hero. No further questions Trigger warnings Blood, gun violence, misogyny, neck snapping, sexual assault, sexual harrassment, violence against women
Come on... you know we had to do it. We're bringing you this episode early because we NEED to talk about Matt Rife's fall from grace. And we're giving you the deets so you don't have to waste any time watching the man who made his special... mediocre. And since this man loves to punch down on women, victims of DV, people with disabilities, the elderly, etc.... we're not pulling any punches either. Hope those chiclet veneers are insured. TW: We talk about Matt's quotes that include: jokes about DV, talking about the well endowed high school boy with Down syndrome, degrading conversations about women's genitalia, etc.
When we see things that look sexist or misogynistic in the Bible, we must understand that those things came about because of the Fall. Rather than a reflection of God's heart/character, such things reflect the damage of sin in our world and our own rebellion against God. Misogyny is a distortion of God's original intent and design. Therefore, it's important to understand God's redemptive work, as opposed to blaming Him for the faults of sinful people. The book of Esther is meant to show God's providential care of His people. Providence is “the foreseeing care and guidance of God over the creatures of the earth.” God is not specifically mentioned in Esther, and the absence of His mention is especially striking. WATCH FULL SERVICE ON YOUTUBE DOWNLOAD PDF SERMON NOTES HERE
Miranda and Sarah are joined by Amanda Montei, the author of the recently published Touched Out: Motherhood, Misogyny, Consent and Control, to talk about the Britney Spears memoir and what it means for moms. Links: Amanda Montei in her Substack Newsletter Mad Women Jessica Grose in the New York Times Amanda Hess in the New York Times Lyz in Men Yell at Me Virginia Sole-Smith in Burnt Toast Miranda on Postpartum Mood Disorders' Exclusion From The DSM NY Times piece on kids being taken away from mothers on medications Join us on Patreon!
Full episode transcript HERE. Happy Oh-Shit-It's-The-Holidays, Buzzkillians! Are you bracing yourself for the holiday season? No need to fear – the Liberal Redneck, Trae Crowder, and Dr. Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility and Nice Racism are here! These two badasses are dropping their hot tips for confronting your red-pilled relatives while preserving your integrity. Lizz and Moji put together this special podisode to gear you up for all the hellish holiday hot takes you might have to navigate! PLUS, sooo many updates on WTF has been going down in Abobolandia these past couple of weeks. It's a super special candied yam, Stove Top, green bean casserole kind of a podcast, and you're gonna be stuffed with knowledge when it's over. PLUS!! A FILM ABOUT ABORTION ACCESS FRONT? YEP! No One Asked You A WHOLE ASS documentary about AAF kicking absolute ass throughout the last seven years is out for a limited run BUT YOU CAN STREAM IT online HERE until November 26th. Times are heavy, but knowledge is power, y'all. We gotchu. OPERATION SAVE ABORTION: You can still join the 10,000+ womb warriors fighting the patriarchy by listening to our five-part OpSave pod series and Mifepristone Panel by clicking HERE for episodes, your toolkit, marching orders, and more. HOSTS:Lizz Winstead @LizzWinsteadMoji Alawode-El @MojiLocks NEWS DUMPER:Alyssa Al-Dookhi @TheDookness SPECIAL GUESTS: Dr. Robin DiAngeloTrae Crowder IG: @OfficialTraeCrowder TW/TikTok: @TraeCrowder YouTube: @TraeCrowderLiberalRedneck NEWS DUMP:Mike Johnson's ‘Adopted' 40-Year-Old Son in Court on Charges of Running Illegal Cannabis Business and Possession of Brass KnucklesPussy Riot Founder Protests Indiana's Ban on Nearly All AbortionsIndiana Abortions Fall to ZeroMore Women Join Lawsuit Challenging Texas' Abortion LawsEmboldened by Success in Other Red States, Effort Launched to Protect Abortion Rights in NebraskaVoters, Political Scientists Rebuke Ohio GOP Plan to Strip Courts of Power over AbortionA Secret Weapon in the Fight for Abortion Rights? Fed-up Republican Women GUEST LINKS:Dr. Robin DiAngelo's WebsiteBUY: Dr. Robin's Book White FragilityBUY: Dr. Robin's Book Nice RacismDONATE: The Privilege InstituteTrae Crowder's Website/Tour DatesWATCH: Trae's Comedy Special “Damn Boy!”READ: Trae's Book, Round Here and Over YonderLISTEN: Trae's Podcast “WellRED” EPISODE LINKS:WATCH: No One Asked You DocumentaryCALL TO ACTION: 11/21 “SMA in Good Faith" TrainingBUY: Reproductive Rights Wall Art!EMAIL your abobo questions to The Feminist BuzzkillsAAF's Abortion-Themed Rage Playlist FOLLOW US:Listen to us ~ FBK PodcastInstagram ~ @AbortionFrontTwitter ~ @AbortionFrontTikTok ~ @AbortionFrontFacebook ~ @AbortionFrontYouTube ~ @AbortionAccessFrontTALK TO THE CHARLEY BOT FOR ABOBO OPTIONS & RESOURCES HERE!PATREON HERE! Support our work, get exclusive merch and more! DONATE TO AAF HERE!ACTIVIST CALENDAR HERE!VOLUNTEER WITH US HERE!ADOPT-A-CLINIC HERE!EXPOSE FAKE CLINICS HERE!GET ABOBO PILLS FROM PLAN C PILLS HERE!When BS is poppin', we pop off!
Chelsea Devantez (Glamorous Trash host and television writer) is joining Natalie to talk about the importance of female celebrities' memoirs. Chelsea has hosted the show Celebrity Book Club, now known as Glamorous Trash, since 2020. Natalie and Chelsea will talk about what has drawn them to celebrity memoirs, lessons they've learned about Patriarchy and misogyny through the stories of famous women, and how those lessons apply to their own stories. Chelsea will also give insight to what it is like writing your own memoir while also deprogramming from the messaging we are given through misogyny. During the episode we refer to Chelsea's podcast as Celebrity Book Club. Celebrity Book Club has now been rebranded as Glamorous Trash!Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram!https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod on Patreon for bonus content! We are currently running a free trial on all three tiers! Come join in on the fun!All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod. Join the newsletter so you know when we drop Elizabeth's list of female driven horror movies.Find Chelsea:Website: https://www.chelsearosedevantez.com/Listen to Glamorous Trash: Spotify and ApplePre-Order Chelsea's Memoir: https://www.harpercollins.com/pages/chelseadevantezInstagram: @chelseadevantezThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
Has your kid seen porn? Research says 1 in 3 kids have seen explicit, hardcore porn by the age of 12, many by accident.Whether or not your tween or teen has seen it the fact that hardcore porn is widely available, free, and easily accessed from any device with an internet connection will be having an impact on the whole culture they are growing up in.We want our teens to feel that it's normal and natural to be interested in sex, and want to explore what's out there, but talking about it the modern issues can be a minefield. Whilst we're openly trying to teach our kids about consent, and educate our boys to be respectful of women, what they might be accessing online is the opposite. Much of it is degrading, and objectifying, and normalises potentially dangerous and harmful sexual behaviour.A lot of parents I have spoken with don't know how to have those conversations, so I contacted Dr Mandy Sanchez, from Culture Reframed, an organisation that provides free education resources and worksheets for parents. In this episode she talks about how, and when, to talk about porn with your kid.www.culturereframed.orgwww.teenagersuntangled.comThanks for listening. Please hit the follow button if you like our podcast, and share it with anyone who might benefit. You can review us on Apple podcasts by going to the show page, scrolling down to the bottom where you can click on a star then you can leave your message.Our website has a blog, searchable episodes, and ways to contact us:www.teenagersuntangled.comSusie is available for a free 15 minute consultation, and has a great blog:www.amindful-life.co.uk
After Dante shocks Judge Nino and the poet Sordello with the revelation of the pilgrim's own corporeality, Judge Nino launches into a disgusting diatribe about his "unfaithful wife," a pernicious bit of misogyny that threatens to derail COMEDY . . . or at least our appreciation of it.Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we explore this difficult passage in PURGATORIO, one that must be addressed but leaves us with no good answers about works of art from the past.Here are the segments for this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE:[01:53] My English translation of the passage: PURGATORIO, Canto VIII, lines 64 - 84. If you'd like to read along or drop a comment about this passage to continue this difficult conversation with me, please go to my website: markscarbrough.com.[03:52] Dante's increasingly original language in COMEDY.[07:06] Giovanna and Beatrice, Judge Nino's earthly family: the center of his rage and a node of disgusting misogyny in COMEDY.[14:09] Judge Nino and the imagined death of his allegedly "unfaithful" wife.[15:37] Judge Nino's moderating anger and the emotional landscape of PURGATORIO, Canto VIII.[17:49] The problem with misogyny in a great poem.[24:03] Rereading PURGATORIO, Canto VIII, lines 64 - 84.
Slam the Gavel welcomes guest Tim Goldich, an author who has devoted the last thirty years to researching, pondering, and writing a four-book series on gender issues. The first book—Loving Men, Respecting Women: The Future of Gender Politics—was published in 2011 and is available on Amazon.com. The second book—Equal Partners: The History of Gender Equality—is due out in 2023. He has also created a series of YouTube videos under the umbrella title of “Man Against the Wall.” He was last on the podcast Season 4, Episodes 32, 58, 80 and 120. Tim talked about comparing Misogyny and Misandry and how gender politics have a very negative outlook. Misogyny is the hostile environment that targets women and the the lack of respect for women. Misandry is the hostility that targets men and the lack of love and respect toward men. We talked about the fundamental dualities such as order versus chaos, and love versus truth. What would the world look like under gender equalism and why can't men and women work together? We further discussed how there are more personality disorders prevalent today than years ago and explaining a comparison to steroid abuse to anorexia. Men and women mirror each other and there is a need for gender politics to equal it out in the end. We took an in-depth look at how gender politics would work under Gender Equalism.To Reach Tim Goldich: firstname.lastname@example.org and on Facebook, "We Are Gender Equalists"This episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 10% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.Web:www.cpsprotect.comSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)https://www.buzzsprout.com/1364944/subscribehttp://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maryann-petri/support
Slam the Gavel welcomes guest Tim Goldich, an author who has devoted the last thirty years to researching, pondering, and writing a four-book series on gender issues. The first book—Loving Men, Respecting Women: The Future of Gender Politics—was published in 2011 and is available on Amazon.com. The second book—Equal Partners: The History of Gender Equality—is due out in 2023. He has also created a series of YouTube videos under the umbrella title of “Man Against the Wall.” He was last on the podcast Season 4, Episodes 32, 58, 80 and 120. Tim talked about comparing Misogyny and Misandry and how gender politics have a very negative outlook. Misogyny is the hostile environment that targets women and the the lack of respect for women. Misandry is the hostility that targets men and the lack of love and respect toward men. We talked about the fundamental dualities such as order versus chaos, and love versus truth. What would the world look like under gender equalism and why can't men and women work together? We further discussed how there are more personality disorders prevalent today than years ago and explaining a comparison to steroid abuse to anorexia. Men and women mirror each other and there is a need for gender politics to equal it out in the end. We took an in-depth look at how gender politics would work under Gender Equalism.To Reach Tim Goldich: email@example.com and on Facebook, "We Are Gender Equalists"This episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 10% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.Web:www.cpsprotect.comSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)https://www.buzzsprout.com/1364944/subscribehttp://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
That's a nice patriarchy you got there. Be a shame if someone were to smash it... Whether your church is complementarian, soft complementarian, egalitarian or has never thought about the distinction, the odds are good that patriarchy is damaging people in your fellowship, and damaging the witness and ministry of your church. In this episode we examine how this happens, and why - and what we can do about it, taking our lead from author Liz Cooledge Jenkins. Her book, Nice Churchy Patriarchy: Reclaiming Women's Humanity From Evangelicalism, is an excellent starting place (with an excellent further reading list) for anyone wanting to examine their faith and faith community and how it may be hurting or holding women back. Liz is an absolute legend and exceptionally gracious and fun as we navigate these important waters with her, asking: Can complementarianism ever be healthy? What should someone questioning their faith because of patriarchal church do? What can men do to be helpful? How funny can a podcast about fighting oppression really be? The answers may surprise you! You can find out more about the book and read more of Liz's thoughts at lizcooledgejenkins.com New to Beer Christianity? Welcome! Beer Christianity is an anti-capitalist, pro-BLM, pro-LGBTQ+, post-post-post-evangelical (and apparently republican) podcast where we drink a bit and talk a lot. Our aim is to be real, to be helpful and entertaining. Follow Beer Christianity on Twitter: @beerxianity and find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube and Stitcher. If you leave us a voicenote at speakpipe.com/beerchristianity we might air your question on an episode. Beer Christianity also has a newsletter in which Jonty and guest authors comment on the news, theological issues and stuff that matters. Sign up to the Beer Christianity newsletter on Substack. There's a connected Show With Music on Spotify called New Old Music. Check it out if you like eclectic music and weird chat. It's not terribly serious. Jonty's novel, Incredulous Moshoeshoe and the Lightning Bird, is not available in all good bookshops, but if you bought it and left a review that would probably make that more likely. We don't really want to preach at you, but some people like to know what we believe. It's this: Jesus Christ is the Son of God and came to teach us a better way to be while reconciling us to God and each other in a way we could never do without Him. He also changed water into wine. Nice.
Natalie is joined by sex educator Erica Smith to talk about how our obsession with purity culture affects the quality of sex education we are given. Sex education should be something that is delivered to people without bias and without the idea that virginity and religion should be at the center of your sexual identity. Erica is the creator of the Purity Culture Dropout program that aims to provide support to people who are wanting to de-program from purity culture and take part in sex education that is queer inclusive, safe, and informative. The episode will center around how we became so purity driven when it came to sexuality, the consequences we face when sex is only viewed from the lens of religious morality, and what steps we can be taking to make sure we are talking about sex in ways that everyone has the knowledge to make decisions based in how they actually feel.Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram!https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod on Patreon for bonus content! We are currently running a free trial on all three tiers! Come join in on the fun!All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod.Find Erica:Website: https://www.ericasmitheac.comInstagram: @ericasmith.sex.edThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
It has long been known that physical violence and sexual assault affect men at nearly equal rates to women, and in some cases even exceed them. This idea that either ‘women have it harder' or ‘men have it harder' is self-centered delusion. The FBI has known for decades, and other studies confirm the same, that between 8 and 40 percent of cases of sexual assault are fake. But some find it difficult to understand what this means, thus turning to the fallacy of claiming that the use of this fact means a person doesn't believe women are raped. Men and women also have different definitions and handle such assaults differently. Of the nearly half million such cases in the US yearly, this means between 45,000 and 200,000 case are made up. That's huge. The purpose of this episode is to dispel the myth and bring the sexes into equal balance. How can there be a male dominated society when men spend more time in prison for the same crimes as women, are a majority of the homeless, have far higher rates of diabetes and cancer, are the victims of most violent crime, almost exclusively die in war and on the work force, do worse in school, and die several years younger, often from suicide at a rate four times that of women? Despite this, there is almost nowhere for men to receive help. We think it is socially acceptable for women to demand on average a man be over six feet, with six figures, and a six pack abs, but it's called toxic for men to prefer a partner at a healthy weight who equally participates in a relationship. Men are success objects and women are sex objects, though there is a natural biological reason for this, as there is for all women to be seeking the top percentile of men and applying that same unrealistic standard to all men. When issues of women's clothing, rights, etc., are discussed the most common argument used is “it's her choice” or “it makes me feel good” or “my body my choice” - these are arguments advocating for abuse, cheating, and even rape. They also advocate for the exchange of self-respect for a sort of pseudo-patriarchy wherein women walk around almost naked in the name of freedom. Considering women control the codes to sex, it is on women to stop hook-up culture. Women don't owe men sex for dinner, but men don't owe women paid dinners - 30% of women use men for free food. This lack of respect, double standard expectation, and entitlement has destroyed relationships between men and women, especially for young people.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5328407/advertisement
What does it mean to raise boys in a world that faces an ongoing battle with toxic masculinity? How do societal pressures, gendered expectations, and the culture of sports affect our sons and shape their perception of manhood? This week I had the privilege of sitting down with my colleague and fellow boy mom, Jordyn Lawson, to share experiences and insights into raising boys in the 21st century. Together we explore the challenges of toxic masculinity, delving into its manifestations in sports and personal relationships, the pressures of societal expectations, and its correlation to domestic violence. We also opened up about the realities of raising boys in a society that still clings tightly to traditional gender roles - a conversation that led us to explore the concept of toxic femininity and its far-reaching impacts. We agreed that parents have an essential role in guiding their sons, teaching them to regulate their emotions, and promoting emotional intelligence – a key element towards dismantling the harmful ideologies behind toxic masculinity.In the end, we settled on the power of education as a primary tool for countering toxic masculinity. We underlined the importance of safe spaces for boys and the need to challenge stereotypes that limit their understanding of what it means to be a man. By sharing our personal experiences and strategies, we found a fresh perspective on raising confident, empathetic, and well-rounded boys. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to raise their sons in a society that is slowly but surely redefining masculinity.
EPISODE 21: This week, the Pirate Wires crew joins Solana to talk about why opinion on Israel-Palestine is so one-sided on TikTok, the "violent history" of the pumpkin spice latte, the viral Halloween candy incident, anchor babies, and Australia. Featuring Mike Solana , Brandon Gorrell, River Page, Sanjana Friedman Subscribe to Pirate Wires: https://www.piratewires.com/ Topics Discussed: https://www.theindustry.pw/p/tiktok-dancing-for-hamas https://www.piratewires.com/p/history-pumpkin-spice-latte Pirate Wires Twitter: https://twitter.com/PirateWires Mike Twitter: https://twitter.com/micsolana Brandon Twitter: https://twitter.com/brandongorrell River Twitter: https://twitter.com/river_is_nice Sanjana Twitter: https://twitter.com/metaversehell TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - Intro 0:45 - Welcome Back To The Pod! 01:15 - Tiktok is Overwhelmingly One-Sided On Israel-Palestine 32:45 - Fall Vibes! Pumpkin Spice Latte Is Dangerous According To WaPo - Paying Homage To The Basic B*tch 39:25 - Viral Halloween Candy Video - The Right Blames It On Immigration 44:55 - Anchor Babies - This New Insane Trend To Have Babies In Different Country In Order To Obtain A Passport 52:20 - Australia Was Insane During C*vid 56:28 - See You Next Week! Pirate Wires Podcast Every Friday!
The topic of 1st date preferences has been quite popular online and it ended up finding traction in Nairobi. This meant that people on Twitter had to have discussions and debates on it. So naturally, I had to take a swing at this topic with no right or wrong side...Break Time on Westside Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/breaktimeonwestside/My Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/denver_bagaka/My Twitter:https://twitter.com/BagakatheD
Inspired by the new Netflix docuseries covering the trial, Natalie and Julia Washington decided to give some follow up reflections to their former episode about the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial. They explore the impact of the trial for victims, the role social media played in the trial, and whether or not their feelings have changed now that they have new perspectives and a year's worth of space from the coverage.This is a Patreon bonus teaser! To access the full episode, join our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod. We are currently running a free trial for all new members!Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram!All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod. Signing up for the newsletter gets you discounts on our merchandise, including our Halloween/Fall collection!Find Julia:On instagram: @popculturemakesmejealous @huesbyjuls and @thejuliawashingtonWebsite: https://lnk.bio/popculturemakesmejealousThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
After a University student's remarks on the school system, a discussion for young men needs to be had. Post-suspension, his belief system has created a false sense of belief that many young men who believe so may be inclined towards...Break Time on Westside Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/breaktimeonwestside/My Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/denver_bagaka/My Twitter:https://twitter.com/BagakatheD
Skeptic event this December! Tickets available now: https://shop.skeptic.com/event Shermer and Mundy discuss: • CIA research methods • a brief history of the CIA • the purpose of intelligence agencies • Misogyny and sexism in the early decades • the skills needed to be a spy • what women notice that men don't in the spy business • Lisa Manfull Harper feminine approach to espionage, and finding Osama Bin Laden • how women worked around the restrictions on women advancing in the CIA • Lisa Manfull Harper and the CIA in the 1950s and finding Osama bin Laden in the 2000s • Heidi August and Gaddafi • Shirley Sulick and KGB • Molly Chambers and 9/11. Liza Mundy is an award-winning journalist and the New York Times bestselling author of four books, including Code Girls. A former staff writer for the Washington Post, Mundy writes for The Atlantic, Politico, and Smithsonian, among other publications. Her new book is The Sisterhood: The Secret History of Women at the CIA.
After reports of a proposed bill come to light, an old debate emerges. The idea is to decriminalise prostitution, but what if we legalized it? There's old ideas to be debated and new reasons to agree to it, and we're there for both...Break Time on Westside Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/breaktimeonwestside/My Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/denver_bagaka/My Twitter:https://twitter.com/BagakatheD
Ever wondered how misunderstood words can breed resentment? Join us as we unpack this hot topic, alongside the thorny issue of toxic masculinity. Alongside us is Tysean from the Hardly Initiated, offering his own unique perspective on the challenges of effective communication, and the potential repercussions of misunderstood dialogue. We also delve into the intricate world of modern relationships and dating, focusing on the significance of comprehending the purpose of marriage.. We reflect on the importance of setting boundaries for success, exploring sexuality and intimacy, and why openness about one's sexuality can result in more satisfying relationships. In conclusion, we underline the power of change and transformation, advocating the need to challenge ourselves when comfort creeps in. Jump in and join us for a fascinating conversation. (3:00) - Explore how misunderstood words can create resentment. (14:22) - They dive into the complex topic of male podcasters and toxic masculinity, highlighting the significant responsibility that comes with being a male podcaster. (30:10) - Discover how understanding the purpose and sacrifice of marriage can alter perspectives, and explore the transformation that occurs when a man enters his warrior phase of life. (43:53) - Learn about the trials of living an ethical non-monogamous life and how creatives can build generational wealth during retirement. (57:13) - Uncover the importance of exploring sexuality and intimacy in relationships, and understand how being open about one's sexuality can lead to more fulfilling sex lives. (1:04:29) - Grasp the power of change and transformation, learn how to challenge yourself when things become too comfortable. Check out Patreon for more BONUS CONTENT, MASTERCLASSES, and weekly discussions. Get Your Thigh High Socks HERE! Use code NJASP at checkout for 15% off www.thesexualessentials.com Check out Indulgere Condoms! Connect with Samia IG: @Miabuggzy @notjustanothersexpod Connect with Tysean IG: @realtyseanjackson YouTube: Hardly Initiated Hardly Initiated Podcast
Can moving to a tropical paradise truly transform your life? I found myself drawn to Bali after a period of burnout, yearning for a slower rhythm amidst nature. I would travel overseas to see my clients and communities once a month. But my idyllic existence quickly gave way to a harsher reality when borders shut for COVID, and I filled the gap by launching myself into the local expat community. Venture with me as I discover a realm of sex coaches and their tantric swinger nights, lost start up founders and their cold plunges and a healthy mass of the generally dysfunctional. I also land myself in the midst of corruption, theft and a growing awareness of the injustice that underpins the islands existence; and spoiler alert, I eventually leave to find a kink community that satisfies what I am looking for, for now… More on Eva Oh: https://eva-oh.com HIGHLIGHTS: Here are the timestamps for the episode. On some podcast players you should be able to click the timestamp to jump to that time. (00:15) - Why Bali? (01:35) - My Jungle Home (03:05) - Healing a Burnout (04:00) - Naivety Against Corruption and Wealth Inequality (05:50) - Moving to Canggu (08:02) - The Exoticisation of the Other (09:00) - Running Away (10:15) - Misogyny and Safety (11:05) - Corruption (12:05) - Dysfunction (14:20) - The Bali Kink Community (16:25) - The London Kink Community (17:05) - What is a Life Coach? (17:50) - Sex Coaches (18:50) - Tantric Temple Swinger Nights (19:50) - Loneliness and Cold Plunges (20:10) - Start-up Founders and Finding Themselves (24:00) - Discovering What I Actually Needed (28:00) - I Just Want to Fit In?
What is this? An early episode of To All the Men I've Tolerated Before? That's right, Team Tolerator, we are bringing you our Britney Spears episode early to celebrate the release of her memoir, The Woman In Me. Julia Washington is here so we can all process our feelings about Britney's career, relationship with the press, and the conservatorship. And there will be dishing on Justin Timberlake as well! This will be taking the place of our Thursday episode, so we will see you next week. Happy listening!Oh and make sure you have subscribed to us on Patreon! (currently running a free trial on all tiers) November's bonus episode will be a review of The Woman In Me where I will be processing all the places I cried while listening to the book.Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram! All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod. Join the newsletter so you never miss any update we have on Team Tolerator!Find Julia:On instagram: @popculturemakesmejealous and @thejuliawashingtonWebsite: https://lnk.bio/popculturemakesmejealousCheck out Fixing Famous People's episode on Justin Timberlake! Thank you Chris and Dominick for exploring why Justin Timberlake needs a PR makeover.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
Last week I put out a call, and these women answered. Struck by a recent conversation I had about war vs. peace, I realized the misogyny in the idea of peace - as something naive, weak, emotional and decidedly feminine. So I wanted to double down on my wish for peace and 5 women showed up to help do just that, offering words, sound, meditation, breath, prayer, and love.First is a meditative guided visualization from the wonderful Seaira O'Brien, multidimensional healer and word alchemist. She is followed by The Great Octave founder, Shulamit Elson who offered her signature Medisounds healing frequencies. Shulamit was on the show in November 2021 talking about grief and sound healing. Also returning to the show is Kristin Moshonas who brought us into our bodies, breath and hearts. She was on the show in May of this year talking about mental health and her work to support it. Trinity joined in studio with her guitar to set the tone for a song she wrote year's ago about love and alchemy. Her sound healing work can be found here. Last but not least is my pal Tara Sanders who's been a return guest several times. Today she guided us through a loving kindness practice sending prayers to ourselves and others. I asked her to mention the details about another event she is involved, HERSTORY: A symposium bringing together five film initiatives in the region that work to empower, celebrate and elevate female-identifying and non-binary folks in the film industry. HUDSY, Moonshot Initiative, Stockade Works, UPWIFT, and the Woodstock Film Festival will each present about their organizations, some of their past work, and the opportunities that each provides to engage with and encourage the continued expansion of diversity in the industry. This event is happening November 7th at the Rosendale Theatre.I close the show with the Full Moon report, and mention another local happening, a screening of the film $AVVY at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck on Nov. 15th at 5:15pm: This film dives deep into the complexities surrounding women and money, uncovering the hidden narratives that have influenced our perceptions for generations. Directed by visionary filmmaker Robin Hauser, "$AVVY" is a captivating journey through time, culture, and society, examining the intricate relationship between women and money. From historical accounts that have shaped financial narratives to the unspoken rules that govern our modern world, this film unearths it all. Brought to you by Working for Women and Third Eye Associates.Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda of Radio Kingston.Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!Feel free to email me, say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER *https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas
Rev. Char Bear and guests share spirited conversations about ways to put your green faith into action and to manifest good energy for the planet! In this episode, Rev. Laura González, Priestess of the Goddess and Minister of Circle Sanctuary, joins Rev. Char in discussing misogyny and eco-feminism/ eco-activism, and highlighting Laura's knowledge of working with Indigenous traditions of sustainability.
Prepare to gain a profound understanding of the weaponization of suffering within narcissistic abuse, religious groups, and society at large. In this episode, we sit down with Natalie Hoffman, author, podcaster, and educator for Christian women in emotionally and spiritually abusive relationships. We explore the glorification of suffering as a badge of honor in relationships, work, spiritual growth, art, altruism, and sports. Natalie guides us through the nuanced differences between necessary and unnecessary suffering, with insights on how these concepts can play out in abusive relationships and faith-based ones. Our conversation scrutinizes 'holiness', 'morals', and 'perfectionism', questioning their practical attainability and advocating for a more human-centric approach that fosters self-love and acceptance. And we also dive into the darker side of suffering within abusive relationships and how it can be wielded as a tool of shame. To listen to Natalie's previous episode about Faith Based Abuse and Misogyny, click here. To reach Natalie Hoffman's Website, click here. To reach Natalie Hoffman's Emotional Abuse Quiz, click here. To reach Natalie Hoffman's Podcast, click here. To read the first chapter of Natalie Hoffman's Book 'Is it Me, Making Sense of You Confusing Marriage', click here. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at email@example.com To help out our podcast, please fill out our listener survey, click here. Thank you to our sponsor FACTOR. To get delicious fresh healthy meals delivered to your door and ready in 2 minutes, go to Factor at https://www.factormeals.com/nap50 and use promo code NAP50 to get 50% off. Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource. If you need help moving due to domestic violence, Shelter Movers may be able to help you. They operate by referral. Clients may be referred by any person of authority (social worker, doctor, police, crisis counselor, teacher, etc.) or public agency (shelter, hospital, school, workplace, place of worship, sexual assault centre, etc.). To reach them, click here. Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Many women have succumbed to the belief that they need to be everything to everybody. Being the best parent, the best spouse and the best corporate employee is how many of us keep score with ourselves.But how much of our true nature gets lost as we fabricate our amalgamated identities? How much of our self-worth depends on the approval and judgment of others?To get an honest take from someone who has tackled both sides of the equation, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with author and former managing director at Goldman Sachs, Jamie Fiore Higgins.. Jamie shares the transformational story which is the heart of her book, Bully Market: My Story of Money and Misogyny at Goldman Sachs. This episode is proudly sponsored byOUAI— Offers beauty boosting head to toe self-care rituals. Visit www.theouai.com and use code HH to get 15% off of your entire purchase.Nutrafol— Offers hair wellness from within. Use promo code HARVESTING to save $10 off your first month's subscription + free shipping (US only) at www.nutrafol.com. To learn more, visit www.harvestinghappinesstalkradio.com.
We welcome John Tierney of The Manhattan Institute to discuss his latest in City Journal about the myth of institutional misogyny and the irrationality of widespread cultural misandry. Who is really being mistreated? What happens when society is structured on valorized victimology? Show Notes: The Misogyny Myth by John Tierney The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength The Power of Bad: How the Negativity Effect Rules Us and How We Can Rule It Terror of Demons: Reclaiming Traditional Catholic Masculinity No Apologies: Why Civilization Depends on the Strength of Men Read Fr. McTeigue's Written Works! Listen to Fr. McTeigue's Preaching! | Herald of the Gospel Sermons Podcast on Spotify Visit Fr. McTeigue's Website | Herald of the Gospel Questions? Comments? Feedback? Ask Father!
As a society, we are struggling with how to hold people accountable. The trend of cancel culture is public shaming with the hope that those who are canceled will lose their power and position. Often, they regroup anyway and do the same thing again in a new place and a new community. This is the cycle of abuse at play. This week, I welcome Bay Area sex educator Charlie Glickman on the podcast to talk about being canceled and the self-discovery that unfolded in the multi-year accountability process of healing himself, his relationships, and his place in his community. While speaking on his experience, Charlie explains how to set up an accountability team, how essential somatic therapy is in rewiring the ways in which we respond when under stress, and how he discovered his own trauma response. We also talk about the ways that gender role conditioning impacted him, how the patriarchy sets up boys to be divorced from their emotions at a young age, and how this makes it impossible to have the men these boys grow into communicate responsibly until they unlearn the characteristics of toxic masculinity. Charlie is a case study of how we can approach people whom we need to hold accountable. He also models what can be expected when someone addresses their own trauma. This is an important episode and an even more important topic that we will all need to address if we want to make changes in our society to move forward and end cycles of violence.
In this episode of "Spirituality Matters," Rev Karla addresses the often-unspoken issue of women perpetuating patriarchy and the internalized misogyny that comes with it. Drawing from her personal experiences and observations, she sheds light on how women, at times, unknowingly uphold societal norms that suppress them. From confrontations on social media to real-life interactions, she highlights the importance of recognizing these patterns and the power of breaking free. For anyone who has felt the weight of societal expectations or has been silenced by another, this episode serves as a benchmark, urging women to stand together, challenge the status quo, and celebrate their authentic selves. You can read "You Disgust Me" | Seven Ways Women Disparage Other Women and Seven Ways to Respond to Their Internalized Misogyny in this week's Blog post and watch the uncut version of this episode on YouTube. For a list of full resources for this episode visit us online: Rev Karla's Podcast → https://revkarla.com/podcast/ For more information and support along your spiritual journey visit our links below ↓ IG → https://www.instagram.com/revkarla/ TT → https://www.tiktok.com/@revkarla FB → https://www.facebook.com/reverendkarla/ Buy Rev Karla a Tea → https://www.buymeacoffee.com/revkarla Shop Rev Karla's Online Store: shop.revkarla.com *Podcast Channels* Apple → https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spirituality-matters-with-rev-karla/id1532612816 Spotify → https://open.spotify.com/show/6YCTW5kdJW0BIaKwTAp5jO Google → https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL3NwaXJpdHVhbGl0eW1hdHRlcnMvZmVlZC54bWw To submit questions for Rev Karla's Podcast email us → firstname.lastname@example.org
Dive into the captivating world of celebrity journalism with renowned magazine writer Vanessa Grigoriadis. Get ready to go behind the scenes as Vanessa shares her experiences interviewing some of today's biggest stars, including Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, and Lady Gaga. From the glitz and glamour to the challenges and controversies, this conversation is packed with juicy insights and fascinating stories from the world of celebrity culture.Highlights from this episode include:Vanessa's firsthand accounts of interviewing Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, and Taylor Swift, and the fascinating dynamics behind the scenes.Learn about the art of celebrity image management, from strategic PR tactics to the role of entourage members in shaping an artist's career.The evolving landscape of celebrity journalism in the age of social media, and the new challenges and opportunities it presents for both celebrities and the media.In our "Behind the Headlines" segment, the big takeaway from this episode is the delicate balance between maintaining control over one's public image and navigating the perils of internet scrutiny. As we explore the world of celebrity journalism with Vanessa Grigoriadis, we uncover the complexities of fame, reputation management, and the ever-changing media landscape. Join us as we peel back the curtain and reveal the fascinating truth behind the glossy magazine covers and star-studded interviews. For more info on Vanessa Grigoriadis: http://www.vanessagrigoriadis.comListen to Vanessa's podcast, Infamous: Inside America's Biggest Scandals: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/infamous/id1652941051More from Molly McPherson: Join PR Confidential on Patreon for expert analysis on PR tactics and spin ripped from the headlines. Pose your PR pop culture questions directly to Molly and gain exclusive insights, including bonus commentary from her podcasts and TikTok. Getting flamed on Social Media? I can help you. Click here for Crisis Communication Support. Linktree Instagram TikTok Twitter/X YouTube Facebook Listen and Subscribe to Apple Podcasts Indestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media Crisis Indestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media Crisis - Audio Book © 2023 In...
Gisselle Herrera (the Strong Sunflowers Podcast) and Natalie talk about the ins and outs of creating and maintaining intentional relationships. Gisselle's podcast has the mission to guide women into living a life they enjoy and feeling empowered to advocate for themselves.This has driven her to only give her energy to relationships that are worthy of her time and add value to her life. The two women will talk about the relationships that made them commit to holding their hearts and relationships to a higher standard.Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram!https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod on Patreon for bonus content! We are currently running a free trial on all three tiers! Come join in on the fun!All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod.Find Gisselle:Instagram: @gisselleovo and @thestrongsunflowersListen to The Strong Sunflowers podcastSubscribe to Gisselle's channel on YouTubeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
This week, we're headed to court, with legal expert Meghann Cuniff. Cuniff's made a name for herself with coverage of trials and legal affairs involving a number of public figures, like Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion and Danny Masterson. The valuable access, insights and analysis she provides have made her a hero to fandoms like the Hotties, who dubbed her Megan Thee Reporter, and a target to folks like Tory Lanez and his legal team, who see her as a threat, and actually used his last moments in court to call her a “google-eyed bitch.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Who are you? Moving from survival to thriving mode has often required women to wear so many masks and wear so many robes. Are you wearing some right now? Are you seeing your future goals and dreams through the lens of a mask? Has mistreatment, abuses, manipulations from religion, bad leadership, abusive relationships, divorce or toxic circumstances or maybe just life thrust you into identities and roles that are no longer aligned with who you are? Let's talk about it for real! Sharing intimate personal stories of my own masks and robes from societal traumas and projections so that we can heal and move forward together. Share with a friend and don't forget to subscribe so that you don't miss a beat! For speaking engagements: email@example.com My E-Book '21 Ways to Stop Self-Sabotage the Awakened Way': https://payhip.com/b/HngNU The 21 Day "Free Your Voice" Virtual Healing Experience with me: https://www.latoyazavala.com/freeyourvoice Upcoming events and healing opportunities: https://www.latoyazavala.com
Katie from the podcast The Bar is Ankle High is here to talk about her experiences with receiving an ADHD diagnosis and how life has changed after it. Natalie shares her experiences with her self-diagnosis of being somewhere on the ADHD spectrum. The women share past events that could have gone so much differently if only they understood how their brain functioned and accommodated themselves for it. Topics will also include gatekeeping for ADHD diagnosing and accomodations, what advocating for your accommodations looks like, and what the world looks like when we lose the mindset of “well if I have to accommodate you, I have to accommodate everyone.”Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram!https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod on Patreon for bonus content! We are currently running a free trial on all three tiers! Come join in on the fun!All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod.Find Katie and The Bar Is Ankle HighInstagram: @thebarisanklehighWebsite: https://www.thebarisanklehigh.com/Listen to The Bar Is Ankle High: https://www.thebarisanklehigh.com/listenThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5688404/advertisement
The high profile divorce of celebrities Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas has put a spotlight on the misogynistic treatment of women and mothers, but also showcased how we aren't necessarily falling for it anymore.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What a Creep: Jann WennerSeason 22, Episode 1Jann Wenner was the editor of Rolling Stone magazine from 1967 to 2019, covering everything from the Beatles to Woodstock to Live Aid and even Hip Hop at some point in the 1990s. He made millions as rock culture's gatekeeper and key in developing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For decades, critics derided Rolling Stone as a bastion for a white, male-centered worldview with little appreciation for women or people of color. This past week, his interview with the New York Times over the release of his book The Masters: Conversations with Bono, Dylan, Garcia, Jagger, Lennon, Springsteen, and Townshend, which is a compilation of his interviews with seven artists he considers cultural icons that created the “Zeitgeist” that shines brightly to this day.When asked why he didn't include any women or people of color, his response:“When I was referring to the zeitgeist, I was referring to Black performers, not female performers,. It's not that they're not creative geniuses. It's not that they're inarticulate, although, go have a deep conversation with Grace Slick or Janis Joplin. Please, be my guest…The people I interviewed were the kind of philosophers of rock.Of Black artists — you know, Stevie Wonder, genius, right? I suppose when you use a word as broad as “masters,” the fault is using that word. Maybe Marvin Gaye, or Curtis Mayfield? I mean, they just didn't articulate at that level.Today, we discuss Wenner's long career and where he winds up in the Creep category. Trigger warnings: Racism, Misogyny, and Sexual Harassment.Sources for this episode:· Uproxx· The Daily Beast· NBC News· Vulture · NY Times· NPR· CNN· Vanity Fair· The Atlantic·, Billboard· The Guardian· Daily Kos· The Advocate· The Village Voice· Spin magazine editorial· Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine by Joe Hagan· The Masters: Jann WennerBuzzfeed (2017) Be sure to follow us on social media! But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it!Subscribe to us on Apple PodcastsTwitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPodFacebook: Join the private group!Instagram @WhatACreepPodcastVisit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreepEmail: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.comWe've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/#Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.comOur logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloudThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5394615/advertisement