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Today we review the new Dude Perfect video, new parent stereotypes! From talking about the rage monster, blippy, and fat cory, we review and rate it all! This episode is dedicated to the purple hoser himself! Happy Birthday Garrett! _____________________ SUBSCRIBE ► https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDudePerfectFancast Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/dudeperfectfacast/ TikTok ► https://www.tiktok.com/@h2hofficial Dude Perfect Fan Podcast ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dude-perfect-fancast/id1471873286 Asher ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA9qGBjTJ5qppO5ayYbif4A Noah ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZrm9D4P8NNRXt9UYKqsnwA For questions or concerns, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ____________________ 2 best buds just kickin' it. If you like @Dude Perfect + Greatness, come join the Dude Perfect Fancast! We are a Dude Perfect-themed podcast brought to you by huge DP fans. For the past 3 years, we've reviewed all the newest videos from dp and had a fun time doing it!! Hope you see you in the next video! Goodnight! -Dude Perfect Fancast- dude perfect,dude perfect stereotypes,dude perfect water bottle flip,bottle flip,water bottle flip,dude perfect bottle flip,dude perfect basketball,dp,dude perfect world record,edition,nerf,trick shots,trick shot,family,ping pong,bowling,clean,family friendly,bubble wrap,soccer,football,spinner,spinners,fidget spinners,dude,airplane,stereotypes,air,travel,airport,uber,crowded,baggage,arm,rest,beverage,cart,rage,monster,water,tower,demolition,destruction,comedy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dudeperfectfancast/message
Today we are reacting to “hate comments” from the trailer for Jo Koy's new movie, Easter Sunday - which is the first major studio film to center a Filipino American family. We discuss if a movie is still authentically Filipino if it wasn't written by a Filipino writer, if Filipino nurse jokes are still funny, and how mixed Filipinos still get first pick at representing our community in Hollywood. Required viewing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIixb42aJPg Watch Trace and Leo live react to the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I145RbPx7ns --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chismis-cancelled/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chismis-cancelled/support
Natasha Lee is one of my favorite photographers and I love watching her directorial career take off, bringing her refined aesthetic to film. Natasha is a Malaysian-Chinese Travel, Lifestyle & Hospitality Photographer & Director whose visuals evoke a sense of presence, of the fleeting moments that make an experience memorable. Her imagery is steeped in a sense of warmth and leisure, inviting viewers…
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Learn a new way of thinking about archetypes and the Hero's Journey that will help you transcend stereotypes and create unforgettable characters and structure in your screenplay or TV Show. If you liked this Podcast, join us for Thursday Night Writes! Our FREE writing workshop with Jake every Thursday night at 7:00 pm ET, RSVP: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com/thursday/ Learn more about our programs: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com
As a continuation on the topic of getting the most out of therapy, Chris welcomes therapist Melissa Enoch. She has been practicing longer than Chris (by 1 year) and has been primarily focusing on mandated therapy vs voluntary therapy. This difference allows her to bring a fresh perspective of the course she follows with her patients and the important of being efficient with her sessions. Tune in to see How to Get the Most Out of Therapy Through a Therapist's Eyes.
In this episode, we're featuring a conversation with Sierra Teller Ornelas – co-creator, showrunner and executive producer of the critically-acclaimed, native-centred comedy series Rutherford Falls.Ornelas had written for Superstore, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Selfie and Happy Endings before coming on board with Mike Schur and Ed Helms to bring Rutherford Falls to life, becoming the first Native American showrunner in history. Speaking to writer/producer Duana Taha at the 2021 festival, Ornelas chatted about the process of creating a sitcom that breaks down Indigenous stereotypes through humour, having one of the largest Indigenous writers rooms on television and how her museum background informed her writing on the show.This conversation was recorded on October 5, 2021.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––This podcast is brought to you by the Vancouver International Film Festival.Presented on the traditional and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) nations.The Greater Vancouver International Film Festival Society is a not-for-profit cultural organization that operates the internationally acclaimed Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF), the year-round programming of the theatres at the VIFF Centre and the online streaming platform, VIFF Connect. See what's playing now.As a nonprofit cultural organization, VIFF relies on community support to help make everything we do possible. You can show your love of cinema by making a tax-deductible gift to VIFF. goviff.org/donate
“I think one of the things that I've learned over time is that, you know, people associate legalization with freedom with like, ‘Oh my god, we get to do this and we get to do that.' And in reality, what's happened is legalization is a lot more regulation, and taxation, and rules, and limiting opportunity, limiting access.”- Jane WestWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Shayda Torabi welcomes Jane West, one of the most prolific icons in the cannabis industry. From starting a passion project to sparking a movement, she shares the story of how Jane West the brand, the entrepreneur, and the activist came to be and how she continues to empower women and the cannabis community through her work.[00:01 – 10:05] The Woman Behind the Name[10:06 – 26:11] Using Her Voice to Create Spaces for Social Use and for Women[26:12 – 34:31] The Role of Celebrities, Influencers, and the Media in the Normalization of Cannabis[34:32- 47:49] Connecting Women in the Industry and Generating Value From What She Built[47:50 - 52:07] The Power of Speaking Out Against Misconceptions and Stereotypes[52:08 – 1:06:08] There's No Scarcity and A New Wave of Opportunities Will Come Jane West is an American cannabis activist and CEO of the cannabis lifestyle brand Jane West. She is best known as the founder of cannabis networking organization Women Grow. Connect with Jane West!Check out the Jane West website. Follow her on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook. Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabi Key Quote:“Organizing women, no matter what, is one of the steps, in my opinion, because I want to I talk about disparity. And that's what's happening. There's an obvious inequitable disparity in ownership and licensing but that goes deeper, because this entire playing board is broken.” - Jane West SPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needsLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to past episodes RESTART CBDRESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.comRESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com
This week, Stauney introduces us to the first Asian-American movie star, the first Asian woman to appear in technicolor, earn a Hollywood walk of fame star, and a million other firsts. As an Asian in a very racist 1950s America, Wong faced a variety of extremely harmful stereotypes and rules that continued to push back against her early dream to be a star. We talk all about the context of her life in Los Angeles, her early dreams and career, her tours in Europe, her film career, and so much more. Prepare to fall in love with the story of a courageous woman who stopped at nothing to accomplish her dreams, and created a space where younger girls could find someone who looked like them up on the silver screen. Episodes to check out after this one: Josephine Baker, Film Tropes, Hollywood StarletsWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
Social standards = shared norms of acceptable behavior by social groups. Social norms/standards can be informal as well coded into rules and laws. This week's hosts, Connor and Sparsh, invite classmates Ketav and Atmaj in for a discussion about the social standards we endure, both created by ourselves and forced on us from others. The 8th graders give valuable insight on self-awareness, appearance expectations, obsessive and perfectionist behavior, body dysmorphic disorder, gender differences, social group influences, judgment from peers, popularity, racial stereotypes, coping strategies, and more. RESOURCES Are Society's New Expectations of Teens Too Much? - The Live Wire Body Dysmorphic Disorder - Johns Hopkins Medicine We Are the Ones Failing Our Teens, Not Social Media - Lowell Sun Opinion Tune in next week for a new topic and a new set of guests. Make sure to subscribe to keep up to date on our podcast episodes throughout the school year. Teaching insight, blog posts, and more from the Health Education classroom: LifeIsTheFuture.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeisthefuture/support
According to Matt Thornhill, When we as older adults change how we think, feel, and and act about getting older we can change the culture around aging. It's no secret that we live in an ageist society and whether we know it or not, contribute to perpetuating ageist attitudes. In doing so, we continue to perpetuate the last bastion of the isms...ageism. Central to the issue is that though we may feel lovingly about the older adults in our families or amongst our friends, as a society we don't feel the same way towards the older adults in our communities. They are not valued as they are in other cultures where elders are viewed with respect and sought out for their wisdom. How can we turn around these negative attitudes towards older adults? I agree with Matt Thornhill. We must embrace our elder hood years, embrace our longevity journey. This involves changing our mindset about how we see ourselves. I'm sure we can all identify words or phrases we have heard that reflect ageist attitudes. We see and hear them all around us but we probably don't realize the things we say or think about ourselves. Stigmatizing societal attitudes become internalized long before we reach the senior years of our lives. When we describe ourselves or refer to ourselves as old, we are merely reinforcing a stereotype. However, irrespective of a person's age, old can be thought of as a mind state or mindset. One way to counteract this mindset is by choosing to live an engaged life. This must be a purposeful and intentional choice, a choice to live every day to the highest potential or ability at any point in time. People who live in this way are not in denying the reality of the end of life, but rather realized that life is meant to be lived. We are the ship in our life's journey. It is our attitude that is the driving force steering our ship. We have to remain intentional and mindful, caring for and tending to our attitude. If not, we allow ourselves to fall prey to the pitfalls of life, as with a ship that strays off course when encountering rough waters, we will drift into a kind of holding pattern letting the water and waves take us where they will. This is an act of surrendering. Embrace your elder hood years. Join the movement at: openlygray.org. For 40 years, Matt Thornhill has been studying consumer behavior and trends, first as an advertising executive on Madison Avenue, then as an interactive marketing pioneer and for the last 20 years as a futurist and the nation's leading authority on Boomer consumers. He has advised companies and organizations across the globe, including Walmart, Google, AARP, Proctor & Gamble, Verizon, and the Social Security Administration, and he's delivered memorable keynote addresses at national conferences and company events across dozens of industry sectors. Matt has provided commentary on NBC Nightly News, CBS Evening News, CNN, CNBC, and PBS. He's appeared in articles in The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and countless magazines. A serial entrepreneur, Matt has left his think tank and consulting to create and build a new type of community of smaller homes for middle-income Boomers at this stage of life called: Cozy Home Community, which addresses the largely unmet need of affordable housing and community living that encourages social connections with neighbors helping neighbors. You can find more information about these communities at cozyhomecommunity.com. Matt has also launched the Openly Gray movement, a nonprofit fighting age discrimination by encouraging older adults themselves to change how they think, feel, and act about growing older. Change our attitude, change the culture around aging. Join the movement at: openlygray.org
Amid a rise of anti-Asian racism and xenophobia across the United States, Katherine Cheng decided she had to do something. "People don't actually identify us as being relevant, or mattering," Cheng said. "Why don't they do that? Because we're invisible." Cheng realized there is a lack of stories about everyday Asian people, and amplifying Asian voices is a way to illuminate the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) experience. With the help of friends, Cheng co-founded Our Stories are Your Stories (OSAY), a campaign to celebrate the diversity within the community and recognize the similarities many of us share. Share your story: https://www.ourstoriesareyourstories.com/ Doug Baldwin: OSAYS: Doug Baldwin — Our Stories are Your Stories Gary Locke: OSAYS: Gary Locke — Our Stories are Your Stories Dr. Vin Gupta: OSAYS: Dr. Vin Gupta — Our Stories are Your Stories Wing Luke Museum: Wing Luke Museum
Joseph chats with Dr. Lasana Harris about how using traits rather than stereotypes when thinking about strangers can help combat social bias. They also address questions like when is it useful to make a situational versus a dispositional attribution, what are the differences between social and personality psychology, and some advice for academics entering psychology.Dr. Harris is a Professor of Social Neuroscience in Experimental Psychology at University College London. He got his undergraduate degree from Howard University and his phD from Princeton University. His research uses a social neuroscience approach to explore the neural correlates of person perception, prejudice, dehumanization, anthropomorphism, social learning, social emotions, empathy, and punishment. He published a book in 2017 titled Invisible Mind: Flexible Social Cognition and Dehumanization. Paper link: Harris, L. T. (2021). Leveraging cultural narratives to promote trait inferences rather than stereotype activation during person perception. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 15(6), e12598Dr. Harris' personal website: https://lt-harris.info/*We are currently conducting a survey to get to know our listeners better and to collect any feedback and suggestions so we can improve our podcast. If you have 1 minute, please click the link here to submit your anonymous response: https://forms.gle/dzHqnWTptW8pSVwMA. Thank you for your time and support!
One of the missions of this podcast is challenging stereotypes, and on today's episode we tackle a big one: Asians and math. Steven Tran grew up with Asian parents, and the pressures and expectations from his family, community, and society as a whole affected his perception of his own math ability. Getting caught cheating in high school could have led him down a very different educational path if not for a teacher that treated him with genuine care and compassion, and, most importantly, believed in Steven and told him so. Steven tells Vanessa about how that experience informed his own approach to teaching his students math as a tutor at The Math Guru.About StevenSteven Tran is an undergraduate student at Ryerson in the Biomedical Sciences program, working as a tutor and in a startup.Show notes:Visions of Science, where Steven worked and had his great mentor, Cam!Connect with us:Vanessa Vakharia: @themathguru (Insta, Twitter, TikTok)Math Therapy: @maththerapy (Twitter)
Beth Allison Barr, author of Making Biblical Womanhood, is here and we are talking about history and how it shapes us, resisting the urge to impose our norms and ideas back onto the past, about medieval women, gender-bending medieval saints, good places to start reading medieval texts, and more fascinating topics... Larissa Tracy's Women of the Gilte Legende: A Selection of Middle English Saints Lives Beth Allison Barr (PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is James Vardaman Professor of History at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where she specializes in medieval history, women's history, and church history. She recently served as president of the Conference on Faith and History (2018-2021) and is an active supporter of Christians for Biblical Equality. Barr is a regular contributor to The Anxious Bench, the popular Patheos website on religious history, and has written for Christianity Today, the Washington Post, Religion News Service, The Dallas Morning News, Sojourners, and Baptist News Global. Her work has been featured by NPR and The New Yorker. She is also a Baptist pastor's wife and the mom of two great kids.
Rob Kearney is an American Professional Strongman as well as the first and only openly gay professional strongman in the world. Rob decided to compete in the Heavyweight class where he took 1st place in the 2016 Log Lift World Championships and has gone on to compete at World's Strongest Man. Rob is a Giants Live Champion (North American Open 2017) as well as an Arnold International World Series Champion (Australia 2019). Along with Strongman, Rob and his Husband Joey have become advocates for the LGBTQ+ community. Together, they hope to break the Stereotype of how the LGBTQ+ community is perceived and show the world that regardless of your sexual orientation or gender identity you can be strong and follow your passions.Eric Rosswood is an author and commentator on LGBTQ issues including civil rights, parenting, marriage, and politics. He has led panels on LGBTQ parenting issues for organizations such as the Family Equality Council and the Modern Family Alliance.His bestselling book, Journey to Same-Sex Parenthood, won numerous awards including the best Parenting/Family/Relationships book in the IAN Book of the Year Awards, the best Parenting book in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards, and the best LGBTQ Non-Fiction book in the International Best Book Awards. Eric is represented for his children's books by Jennifer Mattson at Andrea Brown Literary Agency.Books mentioned in this episode:Purchase Strong here.Purchase I Color Myself Different here. Connect with Charnaie online in the following places:Blog: http://hereweeread.comPersonal Website: charnaiegordon.comPodcast Email Address: email@example.comFind Charnaie on the following social media platforms under the username @hereweeread: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest.Feel free to share this podcast on your social media platforms to help spread the word to others. Thanks for listening!
It's the first Monday in May, which means tonight in New York City, the most exclusive and fashionable party of the year is taking place. But why does it happen? Who created it? and Why is it such a big deal? We're diving into the history of the MET Gala, and exploring the influential women who fashioned the MET into the incredible spectacle it is today. From its early start as a simple costume museum to a $ 30,000-a-head event, we explore every aspect of what makes this Gala what it is.Episodes to check out after this one: History of The Grammy'sWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
With coaching becoming a multi-billion-dollar industry, Chris talks with our resident coach Craig to look at the difference between therapy and coaching. They go through the process of working with a therapist and working with a coach to give a baseline to start. They look at the requirements that it takes to become each and then they breakdown how they work with their clients. With that, the guys give some guidance to which might be right for you. Tune in to See Therapy vs. Coaching Through a Therapist's Eyes.
The landscape of surgery is shifting, reflecting the diverse composition of graduating medical students and the efforts to recruit the most talented people into the field. It is one thing to have a diverse group of people within surgery, but it is an entirely different thing to ensure a welcoming, supportive environment for them. In this Journal Club episode, we review these topics from the perspective of eminent surgeons Drs. Caprice and Jake Greenberg, who share with us their insights on recent articles examining the experience of women surgeons and trainees. We're joined by Dr. Cary Schlick, who authored one of these articles, to shed light on a key issue for the field. Learning Objectives: · Identify some of the challenges for women in surgical training programs · Discuss how stereotype threat can impact performance · Suggest ways to advocate for equity in surgery References: Experiences of Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Among Residents in General Surgery Programs Across the US - https://doi.org/10.1001/jamasurg.2021.3195 Effects of Gender Bias and Stereotypes in Surgical Training: A Randomized Clinical Trial - https://doi.org/10.1001/jamasurg.2020.1127 Gender Bias and Stereotypes in Surgical Training: Is It Really Women Residents We Need to Worry About? - https://doi.org/10.1001/jamasurg.2020.1561 The effect of gender on operative autonomy in general surgery residents - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.surg.2019.06.006 Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.
In this episode, the Golf Guys continue the 'Life & Gripes' series talking about getting engaged and married; all the stereotypes and plenty of stories from the guys. Chad Eckert (@EdinaRealCHE) & Eric Martens (@quagnis) along with producer Josh Bennett (@JishSwish) have some friends stop by to have a beer, talk about life and #PGADFS on DraftKings. Link to Part 1 - Single / Dating Life: https://youtu.be/b_S3HTTv7pw Who are we? We are guys who like talking about golf, playing golf & betting on golf. Together each Thursday night we will be LIVE chatting about our terrible DraftKings lineups & where we are playing golf that weekend! Grab a beer, join the FUN! Please LIKE & SUBSCRIBE Find us on iTunes or Spotify Follow us on Twitter: @fantasygolfpod Find the link in the FGP discord: discord.gg/TVnSwfYp6K Get 20% off + FREE shipping @Manscaped with the code GOLFGUYS20 at Manscaped.com! Find Chad Eckert on Twitter: @EdinaRealCHE Find Eric Martens on Twitter: @quagnis Producer of the program: Josh Bennett (@JishSwish) As always joined by our friend Cecil Peters (@Cecpetes) And usually Eric Darbo (@sweetspotdfs) stops by to say hi If you want to be part of the program DM @fantasygolfpod for a link to the live show!
This week, we welcomed guest dad, David "Darch" Darchowsky, to discuss the latest iteration of the World's Greatest Detective: The Batman (2022). Darch loves an origin story, and this film has several. He also brings The Last Dragon (1985) to the table as his selection for Movies You Can't Wait To Show Your Kids. Are you listening? Sho 'Nuff!Subscribe, rate and review:Apple Podcasts: Our Film FathersSpotify: Our Film FathersGoogle Podcasts: Our Film FathersStitcher: Our Film FathersAmazon Music: Our Film Fathers-----------------------Follow us:Instagram: @ourfilmfathersTwitter: @ourfilmfathersEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
dear livejournal, are you shy or outgoing? are you introverted or extroverted? a shy extrovert? an outgoing introvert? i thought i knew what i was, but i guess it’s totally situational. large events with lots of people make me anxious, but if i’m organizing it, or have some sort of meaningful role, that totally changes my energy level. i love attention. hand me a microphone and i become a monster. i’ve had a preference for plans and schedules but maybe i can go with the flow? just need to make sure i take breaks and recharge. it’s cool to learn new things about yourself. drink water.DOWNLOAD RECORDINGsubscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun(intro by omar)DROOL “Sky” DROOL IINADINE “Pews” oh myChris Cohen “Song They Play” Chris CohenRosie Tucker “Beautiful Machine” LowlightBlessed “Thought” SaltCry Babe “Soft Honk” Be CoolPotty Mouth “Liar” SNAFUCasey Chisholm “Slow Down” Try Not to QuitBellows “Judgment” The Rose GardenerNeato fleets “kingsland” gorgonheadCamp Counselor “black crayon” scabsDan Francia “Stereotype” Come Back To LifeZack Benlan “Jenny is a Genie” Jackaroo in the SlewToyota “Atomic” ToyotaVery Crush “Very Possibility” Sleeping SeventeenStrange Passage “No End in Sight” Shouldn’t Be Too LongPreening “Everything Is A T-Shirt” Gang LaughterYeesh “Well Adjusted” Confirmation Bias
The well-intentioned “strong Black woman” stereotype limits Black women to only their strength, which can lead to harmful experiences in the workplace and in medical care situations. Daily Show producer Chelsea Williamson and creator and showrunner of Amazon's "Harlem," Tracy Oliver, join Roy Wood Jr. to dissect and analyze what being a “strong Black woman” means and how Black men and onscreen representation can help provide safer spaces for Black women. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we welcome back Craig to talk about the natural human defense mechanism that is Blame. While we use is similarly to how we use rationalizing, blame is more of a way to defect then it is to justify. To get a better understanding, they start with what is blame, and what are the effects of it. They dive into how blame is a big part in marriage or any close relationships and then wrap up the show with ways you can avoid the blame game. Tune in to see Blame Through a Therapist's Eyes.
Today we're talking about a beloved top-grossing comedy film: "9 to 5" which was released in the 1980s. Starring Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, and Lily Tomlin, the movie not only was the film debut of Dolly Parton and introduced her Grammy Award-winning song by the same name but it also was inspired by true events of working women in Boston and Cleveland (primarily) who had started a movement in the '60s-'70s petitioning for better work environments for the women that made up 70% of the workforce at the time. We discuss the documentary on Netflix about the movement and union, the actual film itself and the process of writing and producing it, the beloved song by our country queen Dolly, and the impact it had on the future of female office workers.Episodes to check out after this one: History of Western FeminismWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
Mit Mitte 20 verwitwet und in großer Geldnot beginnt Christine de Pizan eine Karriere als Schriftstellerin - und was für eine. Sie mahnte Frauen in ihren Schriften zu finanzieller Unabhängigkeit, begehrte gegen misogyne Stereotype auf und schrieb schließlich zwei der frühesten feministischen Werke: "Das Buch von der Stadt der Frauen" und "Der Schatz von der Stadt der Frauen"
Jimmy Kimmel talked about Joe Rogan and about Tucker CarlsonDane Cook returns home to Boston, and has tweaked his act.Billy Crystal talks about The Slap and how he didn't think Chris Rock's joke was that good.Marc Maron on Snake Stereotypes. I don't agree Marc.Patton Oswalt compares his new role to one of the Queen's corgis.Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians.Instagram is @dailycomedynewsReddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted onceSupport the show by Buying Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynewsGoodpods: https://goodpods.app.link/2OUMliguTkb and I am @johnnymacEmail: john at thesharkdeck dot comDaily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcasts.www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynewsListen Ad-Free and get the episodes early with a premium subscription for $4.99/month on Apple Podcasts. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-comedy-news-podcast-a-podcast-about-comedians/id1474309028
This week, Ryan chats with Nancy Caouette who founded Little Yogi Company. They discuss slow fashion, the industry, and how childrenswear should not be dictated by gender stereotypes. Ryan's Rants & Raves is a podcast series on fashion, design and all things Québec produced by the Québec Government Office in New York and hosted by Fashion Attaché Ryan McInturf
“If women make 80 percent of the spending decisions in the American household, if we buy the beer and the food and the clothes, we're going to buy the weed,” says this week's guest Nidhi Lucky Handa. Nidhi, who launched LEUNE, a cannabis-forward lifestyle brand available in California and Arizona, joins us this week to talk all things weed—from the male-centric stereotypes that led her to launch LEUNE in the first place, the importance of cannabis criminal justice reform groups, what she wishes we all knew about dosage (she's a self-proclaimed "lightweight"), and more. This will be our last episode before we come back this summer with some new tricks up our sleeve! In the meantime, you can listen to previous episodes of Women Who Travel on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Read a full transcription of the episode here: cntraveler.com/story/women-in-weed-are-breaking-the-stoner-guy-stereotype-women-who-travel-podcast Follow Nidhi: @LEUNEbrand Follow Lale: @lalehannah Follow Meredith: @ohheytheremere Follow Women Who Travel: @womenwhotravel Sign up for the newsletter: cntraveler.com/newsletter/subscribe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 3 - Happy Tuesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden and Vice President Harris each gave less to charity than the average taxpayer for their level of earnings, with Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff donating far below what most in their high income bracket contribute. The Supreme Court Monday rejected an appeal from several states challenging Congress's cap on state and local taxes that can be deducted from federal taxable income. States that spend and tax less tend to have a better economic outlook than states with more spending and higher taxes, according to a report from the American Legislative Exchange Council. The Walt Disney Co. reportedly labeled Tinker Bell and Captain Hook as “potentially problematic," noting the characters could perpetuate negative stereotypes. Jen Psaki repeatedly dodged when pressed on whether she or President Biden will publicly apologize to the Border Patrol officers accused of whipping migrants.
Have you ever been in a situation where you talk your self into justifying your actions or someone else's? This is what it means to rationalize. Chris leads the conversion from a point of understanding of what rationalization is and how you use it in your life. Some of the ways that we use rationalization is as a defense, justification, understanding and as protection. The goal you want to strive for is the balance between those uses and developing a destructive habit of over-rationalizing everything. Tune in to see Why Do We Rationalize Things So Much Through a Therapist's Eyes.
"Why This Kit is Necessary • Sex workers have lived on the margins of society through most of human history. Stereotypes, derogatory names, stigma and general indifference to their humanity prevail worldwide. • While the exchange of sex for money is a common practice around the world, sex workers are often treated as less than human, both in cultural attitudes and public policy. While the human rights of sex workers are routinely abused in countries around the globe, this information kit focuses on three areas: “demand” for sex work, confusing sex work and trafficking as being the same, and the U.S. administration's anti-prostitution pledge. • The materials in this kit seek to replace those attitudes with realism, compassion and sensible policy alternatives. We will try to counter the prejudice, stereotypes and general misinformation that stand in place of accuracy about the circumstances of sex work and the people engaged in it. The rights to life, safety, free speech, political action and access to information and to basic health and education services are as important to sex workers as to anyone else. No one should lose these human rights because of the work they do. Countering Prejudice With Reality • The factors that lead people into sex work are obscured by prejudice, moral indignation and general misinformation. Poverty, gender inequality, inadequate education and lack of economically viable job options contribute to the reasons many people enter into sex work, but these conditions are rarely mentioned in the public policy debate on sex work. Instead, arguments that perpetuate harmful myths about the character, motives, needs and morals of sex workers continue to influence policy decisions, to the detriment of sex workers and all of society. • Sex work is universal and any successful effort to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS must incorporate sex workers. But bias against sex workers often means that instead of being engaged as part of the solution to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, sex workers are treated as part of the problem. They are then punished rather than enlisted to help in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs. • For example, the U.S. requirement tied to its HIV-prevention and anti-trafficking funding that health care and social service providers denounce prostitution has been used to deny sex workers around the world the health services they need to survive, the safe-sex education that could protect them and their communities from HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, and the programs such as education and job training that could give them more control over their lives. • The “anti-prostitution pledge” unfairly vilifies sex workers and also forces organizations that treat vulnerable people to take sides – either to condemn the people who need their help or risk losing the funds that make their crucial work possible. • Similarly, the conflation of sex work (a commercial exchange of sexual services) with human trafficking (coercion into forced labor of all kinds) harms both the sex workers caught in the confusion and the fight against trafficking. • We oppose human trafficking in any form. We support confronting the force, deception and coercion inherent in all human trafficking. But policies aimed at assisting trafficked persons must be properly targeted to help them, not to harm sex workers through arrest, harassment, and deportation." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
From Early Care & Education: All Things Workforce Podcast: In this first episode, you'll hear from Randi Wolfe, Ph.D., Executive Director of Early Care & Education Pathways to Success (ECEPTS), as she discusses the goals of this podcast and the challenges to be considered in the long-term battle to address the "wage issue" that has stymied the development of a robust early care and education industry for decades.
Reinventing yourself is a right of passage. Great entrepreneurs like Colonel Sanders, Martha Stewart, and Vera Wang started their journey after their 40s. In the episode, Christina and Donald explore ways and reasons to start a new path in life.Follow The Lyfe Script podcast on Instagram: @ lyfescriptpc
Pop Culture Planet returns for season 3 with a packed house as the cast of HBO Max's The Garcias join host Kristen Maldonado. The cast looks back on The Brothers Garcia, breaking down Latino stereotypes, and their favorite Easter eggs in the new series. The Garcias hits HBO Max on April 14. ► SUPPORT POP CULTURE PLANET Website: http://www.popcultureplanet.net Podcast: https://anchor.fm/kristen-maldonado Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7AtF9ZNmui1cUeOQU0VZ2j Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-planet/id1525827008 Merchandise: http://www.teespring.com/stores/kaymaldo Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/popcultplanet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/popcultplanet ► LET'S BE FRIENDS Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/critics/kristen-maldonado-27389/movies?critic=self Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kaymaldo Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kaymaldo1 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kaymaldo TikTok: https://m.tiktok.com/h5/share/usr/224009218184642560.html Letterboxd: http://www.letterboxd.com/kaymaldo My Website: http://www.kristenmaldonado.com ► FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kristen-maldonado/support
Stewart Kwoh believes education is the best tool to fight back against ongoing anti-Asian American violence and damaging stereotypes. As co-executive director of the Asian American Education Project, Kwoh has been dedicated to developing curriculums and trainings for educators. Despite many of the lesson plans and tools being available for free, Kwoh admits it has taken time for education to embrace this rich history. In this episode, he shares the importance of learning about Asian American history and what are the roadblocks to embracing such a curriculum in our schools.
Olympic athlete and Tik Tok star Ilona Maher's confidence is contagious. She started playing Rugby as a senior in college then made it as an Olympic Rugby player in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics where she went viral on Tik Tok with her witty commentary and insightful view into the Olympic Village. Ilona is hilarious, and an incredible role model for women and girls by encouraging us to embrace our strength and athleticism. In this episode we talk about the false stereotypes around Rugby players, how playing a sport has helped her confidence, how to deal with people saying you're “too much,” dating stories and advice, overcoming insecurities and so much more. We had a blast chatting with Ilona and know you'll love this episode! P.S. Make sure to check her out on Tik Tok if you haven't already. “Not all bodies are meant to be slim and it's such a fable that we're told that you want to be as thin as possible in order to be beautiful.” - Ilona Maher What we talk about: Raeann's new most embarrassing moment Raeann and Kristina's take on the new Skims campaign How playing a sport can increase your confidence What's helped Ilona become more confident How dating has been for Ilona How to get past hangover anxiety Dispelling the stigma of being 200 pounds Stereotypes vs the actual Rugby culture Working through the fear of being “too much” Ask Away: How to make friends with coworkers when you work remotely “What's helped me to get confidence is having a purpose or something to do with my body to show what it's capable of and appreciate it.” - Ilona Maher New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Kristina's weekly obsession: Fenty Beauty Heat Lipgloss Raeann's weekly obsession: Dior Lip Glow in Mahogany Follow Ilona on Tik Tok and Instagram Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
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We get to talk all about the Grammys today!! We give a little bit of everything from fashion and performances, Taylor Swift's absence, to our thoughts on the winners (Hooray for Olivia right?) and who would have won the big four if we were in charge. This episode is just a fun little pop culture chat so grab a snack and come join us as we discuss all the fun 2022 moments from this year's biggest music award show. Episodes to check out after this one: A History of the Grammy'sWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
Frustration over years of watching Muslim women depicted as either super timid and ruled by men or hypersexualized, casting director Serena Rasoul decided it was time for a change. Through a partnership with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Rasoul developed "Surviving to Thriving: Muslim Women on Screen Test." Rasoul and filmmaker Iman Zawahry join host Alex Cohen to talk about how Hollywood can do better on this front. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On Twitter using hashtag #SOCALIN17 or her handle @alexcoheninla In this Episode Find Serena Rasoul on Twitter: @serenarasoul and @MuslimCasting Find Iman Zawahry on Twitter: @imanzawahry Find the Geena Davis Institute on Twitter: @GeenaDavisOrg Muslim Women On-Screen Test
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Some things divide us, and some bring us together. Stereotypes divide and friendships bring together. It's hard to share your faith with someone you only know through stereotypes. It's hard to receive truth when you can't see past the narrative you've heard.
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Students from different racial and ethnic backgrounds may go to the same high school, but this doesn't guarantee they won't cling to stereotypes about one another. That became painfully clear a few months ago when a student at Chicago's Lincoln Park High School made a video asking classmates what race they wouldn't date and why. Most of the answers were offensive, with many kids laughing and talking comfortably about how people of other races smell — all of it right in the school hallways with other students watching. That video was made public and got a lot of attention. But this kind of thing happens pretty regularly. Curious City reporter Adriana Cardona-Maguigad and WBEZ education reporter Susie An teamed up to talk to Chicago area teens about race and relationships and what they think schools should do to help kids move beyond stereotypes.