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In this episode Tenzin Chogkyi dives head on into the challenging topics of hierarchy, patriarchy, gender, and sexism in Buddhism. As a practicing Buddhist since the 1970s who spent 20 years as a nun ordained by His Holiness the Dalai Lama himself, she has deep, hard-won insights into these topics. Tenzin Chogkyi is one of the most thoughtful, independent thinkers I know, and a person of extraordinary integrity who has dedicated her life to both inner development and advancing fairness and equality in the outer world. I think you'll enjoy listening to our conversation just as much as I enjoyed being a part of it.Episode 138: Patriarchy, Gender, and Sexism in Buddhism with Tenzin ChogkyiSupport the show
Are you a job-seeker navigating a big career pivot? Interviewing with a "non-traditional" background can pose a challenge. In today's episode, I sit down with federal agent-turned-career coach, Crystal Barrow, to talk through these challenges and more: How to find the courage to make a big career pivotHow to explain your "non-traditional" background in the job interviewHow to deal with ageism, sexism, racism, and more systemic obstacles along the wayRelated links from today's discussion:HIRED: Bossed Up's Job Search AcceleratorTick HR Solutions: Embracing Non-Traditional Candidates: A Shift In RecruitingConnect with Crystal Barrow on Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/crystalmbarrow/Follow Shape Your Success on FacebookFollow Shape Your Success on InstagramFollow Shape Your Success on TwitterGet instant access to Crystal's workshop, 5 Steps Driven Women Use to Transition to a Dream Job With More Flexibility While Getting Paid What They Deserve AND Without Giving Up Their Soul's PurposeJoin the Bossed Up Courage Community on FacebookJoin the Bossed Up Group on LinkedIn
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Today we take a look at 9/11 and the uncovered areas people often look at during this time of remembrance. We can still feel the effects of that event that we find resemblance in other major crises (especially the Covid “pandemic”). Check us out.Opening Clip from:https://www.corbettreport.com/911-a-conspiracy-theory/How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
Disaster and survival movies don't have the best track record when it comes to their treatment of women. From who deserves to die, consumption of female bodies, to ice queens who, gasp, don't want kids, what are these movies saying about who deserves redemption and who deserves to die? We look into two examples - Jurassic World and Deep Blue Sea.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's been a while since our last episode on the topic, so after many requests, we're making another episode on periods. In this one, teens share stories and reflections on getting their periods for the first time, navigating the logistics and their feelings about periods, and working to destigmatize menstruation. At the end of the episode, we speak with the inspiring Jordana Kier, co-founder of LOLA, a comapany that makes great mensturation products for people who get their periods. To hear our first episode on periods, check it out here on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
There's an abiding myth that the landmark dictionaries are the work of one man, in a dusty paper-filled garrett tirelessly working away singlehandedly. But really it took a village: behind every Big Daddy of Lexicography was usually a team of women, keeping the garrett clean, organising the piles of papers, reading through all the citations, doing research, writing definitions, editing, subediting...essentially being lexicographers, without the credit or the pay. Academic Lindsay Rose Russell, author of Women and Dictionary-Making, talks about the roles of women in lexicography: enabling male lexicographers to get the job done, but also making their own dictionaries, and challenging the very paradigms of dictionaries. Find out more about this episode and the topics therein, and obtain the transcript, at theallusionist.org/cairns. Become a member of the Allusioverse at theallusionist.org/donate and as well as keeping this independent podcast going, you get regular livestreams and watchalong parties - AND to hang out with your fellow Allusionauts in our delightful Discord community. Our ad partner is Multitude. If you want me to talk lovingly and winningly about your product or thing, sponsor an episode: contact Multitude at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Blueland, refillable home cleaning products eliminating single-use plastics. Get 15% off your first order by going to blueland.com/allusionist. • Kitsch, who make products to care for your hair and skin - shampoo and conditioner bars, soaps, sleep masks, heatless rollers, satin hoodies and bonnets and pillowcases... Get a whopping 30% off your entire order at MyKitsch.com/allusionist. • Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running your online empire. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. • HelloFresh, America's number 1 meal kit - pre-portioned farm-fresh ingredients and seasonal recipes delivered right to your door. Go to HelloFresh.com/50allusionist and use the code 50allusionist for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months.• Bombas, whose mission is to make the comfiest clothes ever, and match every item sold with an equal item donated. Go to bombas.com/allusionist to get 20% off your first purchase. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionistSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hi there! I just taped a great chat with the always brilliant and entertaining Maura Quint. I hope you like it! See JL Cauvin and I co Headlining City Winery In Pittsburgh PA on Oct 11 Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 700 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls. Maura Quint is a humor writer and activist whose work has been featured in publications such as McSweeneys and The New Yorker. She was named one of Rolling Stone's top 25 funniest twitter accounts of 2016. When not writing comedy, Maura has worked extensively with non-profits in diverse sectors including political action campaigns, international arts collectives and health and human services organizations. She has never been officially paid to protest but did once find fifteen cents on the ground at an immigrants' rights rally and wanted to make sure that had been disclosed. She was the co founder and executive director of TaxMarch.org Pete on Tik Tok Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page All things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe
Today our co-host, Writer & Teacher, Jessica shares with us an experience she had in one of her poetry courses where some students decided to use ChatGPT to produce ‘original' work. We decided to further explore what this means for us and the future regarding our creativity and humanity. Check us out.How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
Hey friends! Such an exciting episode this week! Got to speak with my fav & the last evicted houseguest, Hisam Goueli. You'll find that for the first 15 minutes. Then I got together with Lay (@ashal__) of The Docket to discuss what's been going on in the BB25 house the past few weeks. We get into Cameron's HOH week & really do our best to dig into the conversation around Jared's use of the 'R' Word--- as well as the ins & outs of Misogyny, Sexism, Slut Shaming & the harassment America has dealt with. Hope you enjoy! :D
‘Troublemaker: A Memoir of Sexism, Retaliation, and the Fight They Didn't See Coming' written by Lisa along with Tucker Booth. Lisa tells her story of a toxic working environment. It's a story that so many have lived through. A story that not many have the courage or the ability to take the repercussions that come along with using your voice. Lisa Cornwell is an Award-winning on-air sports media reporter. The trouble came to a head after seven years with the Golf Channel. December 31, 2020 was her last day at the Golf Channel. So on January 1, 2021 Lisa was ‘free to speak up for the many women who have been marginalized, belittled, berated and treated like second class citizens'. She had been one of those women. Now she was giving a voice to women. And not just in the field of sports media, but to all women working in a toxic environment.
In Bangladesh, there's an app helping female farmers to get a fairer price for their crop. At the market, women farmers often face sexism, and struggle to sell their produce for what it's worth. But by making the seller anonymous, they're able to sell more and reap the profit they deserve. We'll also hear from other projects around the world trying to bridge the gender gap in agriculture- and investigate how supporting female farmers doesn't just help with reducing inequality – it can also help fight poverty, hunger and climate change. Also on the programme - a remote control for cows and goats which lets farmers control them with virtual fences on their phone. Presenter: Myra Anubi Producers: Craig Langran and Zoe Gelber Reporter: Salman Saeed Series producer: Tom Colls Sound mix: Hal Haines Editor: Penny Murphy Email: email@example.com Image: A female farmer in Bangladesh
Kenny's back! And the four of us decide to take a personal turn onto our lives as we each update ourselves in potluck topics. Check us out. Sorry we're late. We recorded later and had trouble getting through the edits. How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
When Lucy Ryan's research revealed that midlife women were walking out of corporates in droves at the same age that the men around them were stepping into senior leadership positions, she knew it would make a great PhD topic. There was a massive data gap, and a clear benefit to organizations in understanding why one of their most valuable talent pools was quietly disappearing. Yet as she searched for a supervisor, time and time again she was told the research was 'unpublishable'. Luckily Lucy is made of sterner stuff, and her research has given us not only a new understanding of why midlife women are revolting against the constraints and biases of corporate life [hint: it's not because they 'lack ambition'], but what changes leaders can make to retain their invaluable talent and experience. In this conversation we talk through her findings, and also the tricky process of translating a PhD dissertation into a practical, inspiring book for every leader. Be prepared to be enraged, but also hugely entertained.
In the first part of this two hour conversation with María Tribe, Alex's close friend from Spain that has played semi-professional soccer, the two cover a wide range of topics. They discuss the Barbie movie and its relationship with masculinity, equality versus equity versus negative equity and how it impacts feminism. The two also talk about how traditional values, right-wing monarchism, and the ghosts from the Spanish Civil War have haunted sports such as soccer in Spain. Alex and María also talk about how Spain's oppressive reaction to Catolonian independence movements divided society and pushed groups deeper into their political corners. The two think that society is getting to a point where conversation is getting more and more difficult.
An infamous kiss at the Women's World Cup in Sydney has sparked a scandal and a conversation about sexism that's reverberating from Spain across the globe. Still the head of the Spanish Football Federation Luis Rubiales has been defiant, repeatedly declaring “I will not resign” after kissing footballer Jenni Hermoso on the lips after the team's big win. Today, the ABC's Annabel Crabb unpacks that moment, the fallout and why the actions of one “doofus guy” could bring about positive change for women's football. Featured: Annabel Crabb, ABC writer and presenter
Spain are the Women's World Cup champions for the first time ever. That should be the story. The moment should have been euphoric, a historic triumph for the best players in the world. But it all changed when Spanish Soccer Federation President Luis Rubiales grabbed and kissed forward Jenni Hermoso without her consent. Now, instead of celebrating, Spanish players have taken a stand and are refusing to play another game for Spain unless Rubiales is removed from his position, which he has refused to step away from voluntarily. ESPN Soccer reporter Alex Kirkland is based in Madrid, and joins the show to take us inside this firestorm…which shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hurricane Idalia strengthens ahead of its expected landfall. Enrique Tarrio will learn how long he'll serve in prison. And what's to come for women's soccer in Spain amid a standoff over sexism between players and officials?Want more comprehensive analysis of the most important news of the day, plus a little fun? Subscribe to the Up First newsletter.Today's episode of Up First was edited by Russell Lewis, Krishnadev Calamur, Jason Breslow, Peter Granitz and Olivia Hampton. It was produced by Mansee Khurana, Claire Murashima and Chad Campbell. We get engineering support from Stacey Abbott. And our technical director is Jay Czys.
A tumultuous week in Spain continues as Luis Rubiales, the Head of the Spanish FA, refuses to resign after kissing footballer Jenni Hermoso on the lips in the aftermath of Spain's World Cup win. His mother is on day 2 of a hunger strike, locking herself inside a church. You couldn't write it.So Lewis and Jon discuss the wider repercussions of this sexism row with Spanish lawyer Miriam Gonzalez Durantez.They also speak with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan about his controversial ULEZ extension, and whether it threatens to create divisions within the Labour party between Khan and Keir Starmer.Editor: Tom HughesSenior Producer: Gabriel RadusPlanning Producer: Alex BarnettSocial Media Editor: Georgia FoxwellVideo Producer: Will Gibson-SmithYou can listen to this episode on Alexa - just say "Alexa, ask Global Player to play The News Agents".The News Agents is a Global Player Original and a Persephonica Production.
We're Back! It's almost the end of summer. Labor Day is around the corner and so our hiatus is coming to an end. And a new season of my podcast is upon us. Tuesday, September 5th, Sylvia & Me is back with more extraordinary and inspiring women: Lisa Cornwell - Award-winning on-air sports reporter and author of Troublemaker: A Memoir of Sexism, Retaliation, and the Fight They Didn't See Coming Cole Kazdin - Four-time Emmy winning television journalist and author of What's Eating Us: Women, Food and the Epidemic of Body Anxiety Jaclyn Geller, PHD - Associate Professor of English at Central Connecticut State University and author of Moving Past Marriage: Why We Should Ditch Marital Privilege, End Relationship-Status Discrimination, and Embrace Nonmarital History And this is just the beginning. There's nothing I love more than having conversations with extraordinary, inspiring women.
Jessica and Andy discuss the recent events in Lahaina, Maui and sort through the wave of innuendo and suspicions surrounding the catastrophic fires.Reineitte Senum's Foghorn Express substack https://reinettesenumsfoghornexpress.substack.com/p/lahaina-a-modern-day-pearl-harborHow to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
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https://youtu.be/d3rD8JFDx-Q Rather than picking between two racialist sides and fighting for one or the other, American citizens can simply begin telling the truth about race relations. ere is no race war going on in the U.S.A., and there certainly is no epidemic of whiteon-Black crime. In fact, interracial crimes on an annual basis have been consistently 75–85 percent Black-on-white for the past thirty years. More importantly, there is no horrifying epidemic of interracial crimes of any variety because 84 percent of white murder victims and 93 percent of Black murder victims are killed by a mundane member of their own race. We see constant media coverage of BBQ Becky, Permit Patty, Coupon Carl, and George Zimmerman not because these people are everywhere, but because the corporate media have an agenda to push. We should stop taking this agenda seriously—today. - Wilfred Reilly, Taboo: 10 Facts [You Can't Talk About] Watch on BitChute
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with founder of Sex Matters, Helen Joyce, about new political developments in the UK around gender identity legislation, why women's bathrooms matter, and her spat with Matt Walsh
What if we told you that a seemingly innocent children's movie could harbor harmful, sexist undertones? That's exactly what we tackle today as we analyze the controversial movie Barbie. We tear apart the movie's 'girls rule, boys suck' narrative, unearthing how this message might negatively impact its youthful demographic. From its lack of substantial story to the awkward dialogue, we expose the damaging messages the movie sends, regardless of the story's last 15-minute attempts to salvage it.Moving on, we put the character portrayals under the microscope, focusing on how Ken's character contrasts sharply with Barbie's superficial journey. We ask tough questions about the film's objectification of men, especially the shocking portrayal of Ryan Gosling's Ken. The film's PG rating adds another layer to this discussion, raising questions about its target audience and the detrimental messages it could be passing on to impressionable minds.Finally, we don't shy away from the bigger picture, linking our critique of the Barbie movie to the societal necessity of critical thinking and acceptance. The film seems to suggest that any criticism is equivalent to being anti-feminist, a notion we contest. We also champion the importance of recognizing diverse opinions and values as integral to societal development and empowerment for both men and women. So, buckle up as we embark on this eye-opening journey, scrutinizing what lies beneath the surface of seemingly harmless entertainment. Support the show
Yip Pin Xiu, Singapore's Accomplished Athlete Speaks Out Against Treatment of People with Disabilities and Women's Roles in Society In Episode 3, I am proud to host Yip Pin Xiu, a remarkable Singaporean backstroke swimmer and five-time Paralympic gold medalist! Diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth syndrome at the tender age of 2, Pin Xiu lost her ability to walk and moved into a wheelchair at the age of 13. However, these obstacles only fueled her spirit: embracing swimming not only bolstered her muscles and well-being, but also paved the way for a remarkable journey of achieving extraordinary athletic feats over the years.
Former Oakland public school teacher and union activist, Alex Gutentag, joins Andy and Jessica to discuss her experience in public education over the last few years. We also get a chance to talk about the betrayal of the working class by teacher's unions that embraced all the covid madness and took the side of the State over fellow workers.How Teachers' Unions Broke Public Educationhttps://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/how-teachers-union-broke-public-educationFollow Alex Gutentag's work:Twitter: https://twitter.com/galexybrane?lang=en Public News: https://public.substack.com/Tablet Magazine: https://www.tabletmag.com/contributors/alex-gutentagCompact Magazine: https://compactmag.com/contributor/alex-gutentagHow to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
Knowledge Bomb: How many products in your bathroom may contain carcinogenic chemicals? Dr. G runs down the list of common chemicals found in familiar self-care products that could be harboring toxins potentially contributing to sickness over time. 00:00 - What to look for in your self-care products 00:34 - The Toxic Substances Control 1976 01:30 - A large majority of chemicals are unregulated 2:15 - bringing more awareness around chemical exposures 3:00 - The danger of cumulative exposure 4:00 - Which ingredients to avoid 4:30 - Fragrances 5:00 - Phthalates 5:40 - NED AD 7:40 - CALM APP AD 9:40 - Heavy Metals 10:10 - Heavy Metal testing 10:40 - Parabens 11:15 - PFAs 12:00 - Styrene 12:35 - Titanium Dioxide 13:15 - The importance of Packaging 14:00 - Empowerment not fear 14:45 - Environmental Working Group Guest Segment: Dr. Lexie Kite and her twin sister Lindsay Kite are best-selling authors of “More Than a Body: Your Body is an Instrument, Not an Ornament,” and international speakers teaching about body image, beauty ideals and misrepresentation of women in media. They are co-directors of the non-profit Beauty Redefined. Lexie joins the show to discuss how our negative view of our own bodies is affecting our ability to truly experience life to the fullest, and preventing us from being our healthiest selves. 15:00 - Introducing Lexie Kite 16:00 - Body Confidence 16:40 - Is the body-positivity movement helpful, harmful or somewhere in between 17:00 - Beauty as the highest form of value is flawed 17:40 - Knowing your body is good, regardless of how it looks 18:30 - Girls and Women and self-esteem 19:00 - Boys and Men and where they derive their worth 19:40 - Women being defined by their bodies 20:30 - How long has this problem existed for women? 21:10 - Women and media 22:00 - The anti-aging industry 23:20 - How early are girls being exposed to these ideals? 24:20 - Sexism in children's media 25:00 - Femininity as work 25:50 - Self-objectification 26:30 - The Subject & The Object 27:50 - What is a young teen experiencing? 29:30 - Teenagers and social media 31:20 - Biotimizers AD 33:00 - BIRCH AD 34:55 - The Beauty industry 36:30 - Changing Beauty ideals 38:00 - A new way of being 38:40 - Body Image Resilience 39:30 - How to connect with resilience 40:40 - Identify the source of the shame 41:30 - Disruptions as an opportunity to change 43:00 - Getting back into your body in tough moments 44:00 - Your body is an instrument, not an ornament 45:00 - Prioritizing how you feel 46:20 - Getting into a flow state 47:30 - Coming back to your authentic self 48:30 - Objectifying our health 50:00 - Setting experiential goals 51:40 - Facing disruptions with better coping skills 53:00 - Coming back to our childhood selves 54:00 - Where you find information on Lexie and Lindsay Kite's work Ads: Birch I love my Birch mattress, and I think you would too. This month, Birch is giving Heal Thy Self viewers 22% off their Birch mattress which is higher than what they currently have on site and will expire at the end of the month! Visit birchliving.com/HEALTHYSELF to get 22% off a Birch mattress, plus two free Eco-Rest pillows. Ned Discover how Shuteye Chai can revolutionize your sleep and get 15% off with code DRG. Go to helloned.com/DRG or enter code DRG at checkout. Calm App For listeners of the show, Calm is offering an exclusive offer of 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription at CALM.COM/DRG. Bioptimizers To get your free bottle just go to magbreakthrough.com/drgfree and enter coupon code drg10. That's it! To get your FREE 14 day supply right now and start the challenge go to magbreakthrough.com/drgfree and use coupon code drg10. Do not miss the opportunity, it is a limited time offer this month only. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eric Lerner, Cosmologist and chief scientist for LPP Fusion, joins us again for a discussion on the recent observations made by the James Webb Space Telescope and how they contradict all the theories of current cosmology (the Big Bang, expanding universe, dark matter, dark energy and more). Join us for a discussion of some of the implications of JWST latest observations.https://wefunder.com/lppfusion for investinghttps://www.lppfusion.com our company websitehttps://www.youtube.com/lppfusion youtube channelHow to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
July 2023 was world's hottest month on record, with extreme temperatures and weather patterns making global headlines. We asked colleagues from the language services how they had been covering the story. BBC Arabic's North Africa correspondent Bassam Bounenni reported on the heatwave in Tunisia, and the wildfires that spilled over from Algeria. BBC Korean's Damin Jung shares the stories of South Korea's extreme heat and torrential rains, which led to several deaths and severely disrupted the international Scout Jamboree. And Haider Ahmed reported from Iraq for BBC Arabic about the life of a Baghdad baker, working with temperatures hitting 50C outside and 60C inside. Miami Vice and jai alai Jai alai is the world's fastest ball game. It originated in the Basque region of Spain, and became synonymous with the ‘Miami vice' era of drug violence and excess of 1970s and 80s, with packed stadiums hosting millionaires, celebrities, and mobsters. BBC Mundo's Atahualpa Amerise charts the changing fortunes of the game. Sexism and misogyny in Pakistan Sexist attitudes in Pakistan have been in the spotlight after a senior minister called female leaders of the opposition PTI party “trash and leftovers”. For BBC Urdu, Saher Baloch has been reporting on the fierce backlash that followed. Kyiv statue makeover Kyiv's towering Soviet-era Motherland Monument shows a woman raising a sword in her right hand and a shield in her left. The hammer and sickle emblem that used to be on the shield is being replaced with a tryzub, the three-pronged emblem of Ukraine. BBC Ukrainian's Irena Taranyuk explains the significance of the tryzub and why this change matters.
Shafi's a comic from the east, Dan's a comic from the west. They analyze things from the Eastern and Western lens. At times, they have the funniest guests. follow Shafi: https://www.instagram.com/shafistandsup/ follow Dan: https://www.instagram.com/danpulzello/ follow Cultre Clash: https://www.instagram.com/cultureclashcomedypod/ Join our Patreon for more exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/cultureclashcomedy Watch Geoff Asmus new special: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3vSW95zhfs
Egypt is one of the most patriarchal countries in the world. 90% of men say that ‘a woman should tolerate violence to keep the family together'. A new paper in Nature examines whether these attitudes can be changed through social media messaging. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-023-01665-y?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nathumbehav My Substack: https://draliceevans.substack.com/p/can-social-media-undo-sexism
We dive into some of the important issues explored in Lewis' Space Trilogy. Why was he so vehemently opposed to animal experimentation? What would Lewis say to those experiencing mental health struggles today? Plus, Alister McGrath responds to the accusation that CS Lewis was sexist and racist. + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For online learning https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Andy forces Jessica to take a journey with him to explore the in's and outs of YouTubes censorship algorithm. It's a short episode so join us on this journey as well!How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
Last weeks, episode, where we debated and discussed voting for RFK Jr. with Michael Kane was a doozy! 11,000 views and almost 900 comments. We can't respond to them all but we decided to use this episode to respond to the comments that made us laugh and made us think. Thanks everyone!!! Check it out! How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble
Rendering Unconscious episode 253. You can support the podcast at our Patreon where we post exclusive content every week. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl We also have a Substack! https://vanessa23carl.substack.com Your support is greatly appreciated! Discussion about the state of psychoanalysis with Mary Kim Brewster, Carter J. Carter, Molly Merson, Avgi Saketopoulou, Ann Pellegrini, Lara Sheehi, Stephen Sheehi and Vanessa Sinclair. Available to view at YouTube: https://youtu.be/7MGdQyjxkZ4 Mentioned in this episode: Guardian article: Inside the war tearing psychoanalysis apart: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2023/jun/16/george-washington-university-professor-antisemitism-palestine-dc Check out related episodes: RU247: AVGI SAKETOPOULOU & ANN PELLEGRINI ON GENDER WITHOUT IDENTITY RU229: CARTER J. CARTER PRESENTS “ALL THE RAGE: THE WHITENESS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS, AND WHAT IT CANNOT DARE TO SEE” RU228: AVGI SAKETOPOULOU ON SEXUALITY BEYOND CONSENT: RISK, RACE, TRAUMATOPHILIA RU227: MARY KIM BREWSTER & CARTER CARTER – OUR BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLE: DESTRUCTION, CREATION & PSYCHOANALYSIS RU200: RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS CELEBRATES 200 EPISODES! WITH DRS LARA SHEEHI & VANESSA SINCLAIR RU196: MOLLY MERSON & LARA SHEEHI ON COUNTERSPACE, SYSTEMIC VIOLENCE, WHITE SUPREMACY, RACISM, SEXISM, ABLEISM RU185: LARA & STEPHEN SHEEHI ON PALESTINE: PSYCHOANALYSIS UNDER OCCUPATION RU143: PSYCHOANALYST ACTIVIST LARA SHEEHI ON PANDEMIC, PALESTINE, BLM, US IMPERIALISM, INTERSECTIONALITY, COMMUNITY RU62: MOLLY MERSON, PSYCHOANALYTIC THERAPIST INTERROGATING WHITENESS RU43: LARA SHEEHI, PSYCHOANALYTIC PRACTITIONER, SCHOLAR, ACTIVIST Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is “Analyzing cyborgs” from the album "Disciplined by Order" by Vanessa Sinclair & Pete Murphy: https://petemurphy.bandcamp.com https://highbrowlowlife.bandcamp.com Music also available to stream via Spotify & other streaming platforms. Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: analog collage by Vanessa Sinclair and Steven Cline https://store.trapart.net/details/00181
We're continuing our conversation with Remnant Prophet-Pres Terry Patience. I'm going to put him on the spot with several hot button issues: evolution, women & priesthood, LGBT, Polygamy, & Sexism. How does he view these issues? Check out our conversation... https://youtu.be/_Dk8My2MksU Copyright © 2023 Gospel Tangents All Rights Reserved Except for book reviews, no content may be reproduced without written permission. transcript to follow Copyright © 2023 Gospel Tangents All Rights Reserved Except for book reviews, no content may be reproduced without written permission.
“Fearless.” Chatter rolls with David, Claude, Torie, and newly promoted Content Manager Lily Martin. They kick around more book banning (really? The Bible now?) and more on Threads (we're there). Lily breaks down YA for the more mature Chatterers and names Leah Johnson as one her favorites in the genre. Award winning athlete and long-time on air host and reporter, Lisa Cornwell zooms in to share “Troublemaker.” She reveals details of her childhood success as an athlete, her battles with personal demons, and friends in very high places. As a veteran voice at Golf Channel she fearlessly tackled the toxic environment she encountered as a woman in a decidedly male culture.
Michael Kane rejoins “What's Left?” to discuss why we should get behind the candidacy of RFK Jr. Andy and Jessica say why they're not planning on supporting RFK Jr. and Eduardo? Well, who knows. Check it out!Michael Kane is the founder of www.TeachersforChoice.org which is 100% opposed to medical mandates for anyone to keep their job, especially educators. He is currently the Grassroots Organizer for AMERICAN VALUES 2024 which is focused on making Robert F. Kennedy Jr. the next President of the United States. Kane previously worked as the Grassroots Organizer for Children's Health Defense and is also the the lead plaintiff in the case Kane v. de Blasio where New York City is being sued for firing educators who declined covid vaccination.American Values 2024https://americanvalues2024.org/Teachers for Choicewww.teachersforchoice.orgChildren's Health Defense Fundhttps://childrenshealthdefense.org/ How to Order Your “What's Left?” Shirthttps://youtu.be/nItmqkrpWHU To see all our episodes go to:What's Left? Website: https://whatsleftpodcast.com/iTunes: Spotify: Bitchute: YouTube: LBRY: Telegram :Odysee: stitcher: Googleplaymusic: Rumble