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Avsnitt 4: ADHD-special med Emelie Axelsson.  

Magnus har absurt nog varit på en Tinderdejt där dejten hade hört poddens alla avsnitt. Gick väl sådär. (?). Så han drog vidare till Victors på Lilla Torg där hans polare Emelie satt. Dryckeslaget mynnade ut i en EXTREMT spontan podd om feminism, dejting och inte minst ADHD, som Emelie har och nu har börjat medicinera för.

53. Gudrun Schyman  

Politikern och partiledaren Gudrun Schyman svarar på Daniels frågor om sex, löner och döden. Gudrun pratar om sitt förhållande med Jacques och om feminism i sängen. Tittar hon på porr? Vilket läppstift använder Gudrun? Daniel frågar om Gudrun är trasig och hur vore en lunch med Jimmie Åkesson? Från nakenhet till politik i veckans avsnitt!

The Onion: Challenging Convention  

It all started with coupons -- and it’s become a multi-million dollar, multi-platform media empire. It’s The Onion: A worldwide source for witty news satire. The Onion was started by a few college kids at the University of Wisconsin in the late ‘80s. Now it’s so engrained in our culture that we point out when the real news “looks like an Onion headline.”  The Onion has both observed the world, and changed it -- and become a must-read for millions of people every day. The Onion has had a profound influence on the business of comedy, and survived and thrived in a chaotic media landscape.  This is a story about a company that is unafraid to challenge convention, and is adamant about honoring its vision above everything else.
The Venture is hosted by Ashley Milne-Tyte.

This episode features:
Mike Sacks, contributor, Vanity Fair, and author of Stinker Lets Loose! and Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today’s Top Comedy WritersBaratunde Thurston, former Onion director of digital, author of How to Be BlackSarah Pappalardo & Beth Newell, co-founders and editors of Reductress, and authors of How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having it All - And Then Some!Scott Dikkers, former Onion editor-in-chief, and author of Trump’s America: Buy This Book And Mexico Will Pay For It, and How to Write FunnyMarnie Shure, managing editor of The OnionMike McAvoy, president and CEO of The Onion
To learn more about The Venture, go to virginatlantic.com/theventure

More of Myself, Feat. Alia Shawkat  

This week, host Tavi Gevinson talks to actress, painter, and producer Alia Shawkat about ‘Search Party,’ ‘Arrested Development,’ and her new film ‘Paint It Black.’ She also answers questions from listeners for our recurring segment, “Ask a Grown.”

Plus, Rookie contributor Dylan Rupert brings us a Starter Pack: recovering from an existential crisis.

Each week on the Rookie Podcast, we’ll interview people we admire: artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers, activists. We’ll also spotlight the work of Rookie readers (now listeners!) and contributors. We’ll discuss creativity, pop culture, feminism, activism, self-care, love, friendship, and more.

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Avsnitt 28 - Feminist Javisst!  

I veckans avsnitt av Fredagsmys Med LC tacklar Louise och Chamy ännu ett tabubelagt ämne - feminism. Tjejerna reder ut begreppet feminism, berättar om situationer där jämställdheten inte existerar, situationer där ytligheten tar över och kvinnan blir ett objekt i mannens ögon. De samtalar om hur viktigt det är att lyfta upp ämnet ur ytan och prata om det! - Ett laddat avsnitt inte värd att missa! Email: lc.fredagsmys@gmail.com Instagram: Fredagsmysmedlc

The Conversation Hour: Feminism in Islam, and the compulsion to  internet porn  

Susan Carland on her new book Hislam. Psychologist Heather Wood on the compulsive use of internet pornography.

Tuesday, May 16 - Full Show  

H.R. McMaster defends his statement about POTUS (not) giving classified intelligence with Russia. Miss USA clarifies her statements regarding healthcare and feminism. The latest in the Seth Rich murder mystery. Dana discusses these and other stories in this episode of The Dana Show.

Listening to One's Constituents? Now, There's an Idea [Audio]  

Speaker(s): Professor Jane Mansbridge | Editor's note: We apologise for the poor audio quality of this podcast. The Trump election and the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom revealed that some members of the political class were not listening hard enough to the concerns of some of the voters disadvantaged by globalisation. What kinds of contacts do representatives have with their constituents? What kinds ought they to have? With better contact, would the representatives have convinced their constituents that a Clinton presidency or a Remain vote better served their interests? This event is the Brian Barry Memorial Lecture 2017. Jane Mansbridge is Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, at the Harvard Kennedy School. She is the author of Beyond Adversary Democracy, an empirical and normative study of face-to-face democracy, and the award-winning Why We Lost the ERA, a study of anti-deliberative dynamics in social movements based on organizing for an Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. She is also editor or coeditor of the volumes Beyond Self-Interest, Feminism,Oppositional Consciousness, Deliberative Systems, and Negotiating Agreement in Politics. She was President of the American Political Science Association in 2012-13. Lea Ypi (@lea_ypi) is Professor in Political Theory, Department of Government, LSE. The Department of Government (@LSEGovernment) at LSE is one of the largest political science departments in the UK. Our activities cover a comprehensive range of approaches to the study of politics.

The Split Second of Intuition, Feat. George Saunders  

This week, host Tavi Gevinson talks to author George Saunders about his writing process and latest book “Lincoln in the Bardo.”

Rookie contributor Anne T. Donahue introduces a new Life Skill — how to say no! Plus, Jenna Wortham and Jazmine Hughes of the New York Times answer a question from a listener about confidence.

Each week on the Rookie Podcast, we'll interview people we admire: artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers, activists. We'll also spotlight the work of Rookie readers (now listeners!) and contributors. We'll discuss creativity, pop culture, feminism, activism, self-care, love, friendship, and more.
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581 - LORNA BROWN - Painter, Author, Skateboarder, World Traveler  

Lorna Brown - Painter, Author, Skateboarder, World Traveler

Lorna Brown did it all the way your suppose to. She went to university, she got trained at her craft of Scientific and Natural History Illustration painting. Lorna got jobs, clients and an agent, but she never found professional happiness. As a teenage skateboarder, she had always felt free skating and left design to focus on the competitive sport of, you’ll never guess, Roller Derby. After nearly a decade of competition she felt a calling that took her to the Middle East, Palestine, where she taught young girls and women how to skateboard. Amongst the destruction of Palestine she found beauty in the urban decay and street art of war torn world. This inspiration allowed her to not only find her way back to painting, but also around the world documenting the art of the streets through her beautifully painted urban landscapes. Living the book that she’s literally writing, right now, Lorna sat down with Mark at his home in Los Angeles, while she took a break from documenting the streets and skateparks of Southern California. This is an inspirational episode, perfect for anyone looking for a change or any young woman trying to find the self confidence to live the life that she wants, not the one she thinks she’s suppose to live. 

Today's Chicken Nuggets

- Traveling to Palestine and becoming an ambassador for skating boarding and western feminism. 
- Learning how to care for someone else, teaches you how to care for yourself. 
- The perspective of the Middle East conflicts from someone who has lived it. 
- Going to school for illustration and feeling let down by the path that lies before you. 
- Feeling emotionally lost in the client driven design industry.
- How loose is too loose, how tight is too tight, finding your rhythm as a illustrative painter. 
- A healthy personal conflict when depicting other creatives in your own work. 
- Street art versus murals versus graffiti versus tagging… The reason why each exist.

In The Circle of Trust

- Being attracted by the why of art? Instead of the final results of art. 
- Finding your quest in life, getting lost and ending up exactly where you’re meant to be.
- Living your book and chasing your dream. 
- Struggling to relate to the life that your “suppose” to be living. 
- Evaluating the life that you really want to be living.
- Living in the present. 
- How do you break free? 
- Facing your fears and learning to go straight toward them.
- Allowing yourself to change, giving yourself permission to be free. 
- Being prepared to give up what you have, being ready to succeed.  
- Skateboarding as a life long inspiration. 
- Roller Derby-ing away from your problems. 
- Finding a way to put all of your passions into you love for work.  

Monday, May 15 - Full Show  

North Korea launches its most successful missile to date. Does anyone outside the Beltway care about the James Comey story? Is healthcare a right or a privilege? The problem with feminism and feminists. Dana defends the daily press briefing. A caller challenges Dana on the Hyde Amendment. This and more in this episode of The Dana Show.

Episode 460 - Mallory Ortberg and The Handmaid's Tale  

We conclude our two-part conversation series around The Handmaid's Tale, which you can find in an Audio Drama form over at Secrets, Crimes, and Audiotape. This week, I had the great pleasure of talking to Mallory Ortberg, a writer, culture critic, and advice columnist. She's Dear Prudence over at Slate, and she used to run a magnificent site called The Toast. In this episode, we discuss: * The Handmaid's Tale and White Feminism * How to avoid becoming an Internal Expat * Fending off the Republic of Gilead and much, much more!

Touch My Internet and I'll Write a Nasty Comment!  

Today Titus takes on NET NEUTRALITY!  Well...Fetus attempts to convince Titus to take on NET NEUTRALITY!  Bombshell is left wondering why we care more about Netflix than feminism.  In the news people pay for Polar Poo, China fits too many people in a van, and Titus has trouble pronouncing words.

Fight Stupid or Stupid Thinks It's Right!

Visit https://www.savetheinternet.com/sti-home and leave a comment at GoFccYourself.com

“Women in power are always complicit”  

Red State contributor and Never Trump stalwart (who made the Trump doc “The Sociopath”) Ben Howe (@benhowe) comes on to talk about what the Left can learn from the Tea Party’s successes and mistakes. We also dive into how leaving the conservative movement has changed how he thinks about social issues such as abortion. In the second segment, Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) helps us dispose of the question, “Is Ivanka a feminist?” Instead, we wonder if neoliberal feminism is itself the problem.

The Dig: Against Lean-In Feminism, with Liza Featherstone  

The Women’s March on Washington showed the power of women's leadership in the battle against Trump and the Right. But significant divides that pervaded the 2016 primary campaign remain. Those debates continue to divide the feminist movement and the Left. Dan’s guest today is Liza Featherstone, a member of The Nation’s editorial board and the editor of False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Avsnitt 78: Comey, Comey, Comey  

Vi gräver ned oss i det sensationella beskedet att Trump sparkar sin FBI-chef, en story av Nixon-mått. Varför gjorde han det och vad händer nu? Och så lite Ivanka-feminism och Sally Yates. Introducing!: Sveriges Radios nästa Washingtonkorrespondent, Kajsa Boglind. Medverkande: Anders Ask, Ekots utrikesredaktör och Ginna Lindberg, utrikeschef på Ekot. Programledare: Sara Stenholm Pihl Producent: Cecilia Khavar

Allt är inte snopp och snipp  

Dagens Tankesmedjan bjuder på djupa tankar om kåta män, fransk feminism och lite självrannsakan. Medverkande: Elinor Svensson, Fredrik Söderholm, Isak JanssonProducent: Filip Orrling

Young People in Front, Feat. Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood  

This week, host Tavi Gevinson talks to Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards about the work they are doing and challenges they face under this new administration, what she was like as a young activist, and how teens are a part of the fight to protect reproductive rights..

Rookie contributor Sandy Honig brings us a new Starter Pack: an intro to absurdist comedy. And Call Your Girlfriend co-host Aminatou Sow answers a question from a listener about homesickness..

Each week on the Rookie Podcast, we'll interview people we admire: artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers, activists. We'll also spotlight the work of Rookie readers (now listeners!) and contributors. We'll discuss creativity, pop culture, feminism, activism, self-care, love, friendship, and more.
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Amelia Earhart – Trailblazer in the Skies  

This year is the 80th anniversary of the record-breaking attempt by the US aviator Amelia Earhart to circumnavigate the globe. It was a mission that cost her life, but helped to cement her place in history as one of the most inspirational and celebrated pilots of the 20th century. Bridget Kendall looks back at the life of a pioneering woman determined to break through barriers - with Susan Butler, author of ‘East to the Dawn: The Life of Amelia Earhart’; Dorothy Cochrane, Curator in the Aeronautics Division of the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum in Washington; and Susan Ware, author of ‘Still Missing: Amelia Earhart and the Search for Modern Feminism’. Photo: Amelia Earhart in June 1928 (Getty Images)

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113) Tjejer, kvinnor och hälsohets  

Vi diskuterar hälsohets kontra hälsoinspiration, sunda förebilder och pressen på oss kvinnor att vara allt och lite till. Finns det en rädsla att pausa och ta det lugnt? Vi tycker också det är dags att ordet tjej byts ut till något mer vuxet, respektfullt och jämlikt mannen. Och så ger vi oss på att prata om feminism och mysbyxor, två kanske laddade ämnen.

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