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Episode Thirty Seven - Feminism & Islam: The Unholy Alliance  

Milo presents a lecture on feminism and Islam to Western Carolina University. Stay tuned as his tour restarts Friday, January 13th!

Remembering I.F. Stone; Feminism in the age of Trump; The Consolations of Mortality; Street Thug Barbers  

Michael appeals to fellow journalists to remember that "all governments lie" (39 sec); feminism in the age of Trump (5:51); coming to grips with mortality (46:47); a documentary about the 'Street Thug Barbers' of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside (1:12:12)

0113. Women’s Unrealistic Expectations of Men and Marriage – Suzanne Venker, 1/11/17  

Suzanne Venker, author “The Flip Side of Feminism” Women’s Top 3 Unrealistic Expectations about Men and Marriage The Two-Income Trap: Why Parents Are Choosing To Stay Home The War on Men The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know — and Men Can’t Say

E28 |Sisters and Sisterhood | Myriam Francois, Margaret Heffernan, Kimberlé Crenshaw  

More women MPs, more women CEOs, women it would seem are on the move. Yet the gap between successful women and the rest is growing. Might feminism's success paradoxically harbour the end of the sisterhood as we swap one inequality for another? Or are female care workers and CEOs still on the same side? American civil rights advocate Kimberlé Crenshaw joins Wilful Blindness author Margaret Heffernan and outspoken journalist Myriam Francoise-Cerrah to seek the truth about solidarity. In association with Unilever

Episode 55 with Bridget Minamore: How Much Would It Cost To Delete Your Twitter Account?  

Bridget Minamore is a writer. She has written for the Guardian, The Pool, The Debrief, Pitchfork and others. She writes about pop culture, race, and feminism – and the intersections between them. She is part of the creative team behind Brainchild Festival and works with the charity My Body Back, a project to empower women who have experienced sexual violence. She also a poet and runs poetry workshops – mostly for young people – around the UK. Her poetry book called ‘Titanic‘ came out last year. She has worked with the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House, and read her poems at places including the Roundhouse, Latitude Festival, the Bristol Old Vic and the Southbank Centre. She was chosen as one of The Hospital Club’s Emerging Creatives in 2015. We talk about pitching ourselves, using Twitter to further your career, changing your mind and the importance of forgiving yourself. The title of this episode "How Much Would It Cost To Delete Your Twitter Account?" is inspired by a tweet from @NotAgainBen.

Ep. 22 with Sarah Solemani  

Dawn chats to actress and writer, Sarah Solemani, about femininity not compromising feminism, and always being ready to jump in a pool at a party.

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Avsnitt 2-7 Äcklet inför vildeldens fruktansvärda kraft.  

Tronspelet – the great rewatch om det mäktiga första fältslaget i ”Game of thrones”. I den stora omtittningen av ”Game of thrones” har vi kommit till ”Blackwater” (s02e09), ett av seriens allra bästa avsnitt. Tyrion har sin stora stund, men vad är det egentligen som driver honom? Dödsmaskinen The Hound uttrycker vad alla tittare känner, men vad är grejen med hans byxdraksmätning med Bronn? Cersei barrikaderar sig med rödvin och cynisk feminism medan hon uppfostrar Sansa i iskall drottninglist. Men hur känner vi egentligen inför avsnittets upplösning?

80. Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (founder: MuslimGirl) – Who Tells Your Story?  

Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. The Think Again podcast takes us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives.

Amani Al -Khatatbeh is the founder and editor of Muslimgirl.com, the number one Muslim women’s blog in the United States. She regularly provides commentary on social, cultural, and political issues through outlets such as CNN, Al Jazeera, and the BBC, and has been featured in the New York Times, the Guardian, and made Forbes’ 30 under 30 list. Her new book is called Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age.

In this episode, Amani and Jason wrestle with tough questions about identity, power, and Islamic feminism.

Surprise conversation starter interview clips: Oliver Luckett on the 2016 election and a "divided America"

Four women on feminism and writing  

A feisty conversation with Angela Flournoy, Emily Maguire, Rosalyn D'Mello and Celeste Liddle on feminism and writing, live from the Melbourne Writers Festival.

For the Love of Fat - Nora Gedgaudas #128  

My friend Nora Gedgaudas — author, nutritionist and repeat ReWild Yourself Podcast guest — joins me to discuss the essential nutrient that our bodies literally evolved to eat: Fat. In her latest book Primal Fat Burner (coming soon to a bookstore near you!), Nora refutes the popular mainstream belief that saturated fat is the culprit of disease and shares how dietary fat is actually crucial to vibrant physical and mental health.

We cover a lot of ground in this episode as Nora guides us through the ancestral diet we are built for, the nutrients we need to acquire from animal-sourced foods and cultivating a foundational metabolism. We also get into some fascinating side tangents — from ethical issues in the world of natural foods to corporate funding of veganism to alcohol to feminism. Enjoy!

EPISODE BREAKDOWN: Daniel shares on: Spelt fishing and preparation ReWild 101: A New Path Book Club Nora on writing her most recent book & the writing process Primal Fat Burner How the sugar industry shifted heart disease blame to fat Ethical dilemmas in the natural foods industry Corporate vested interest in carbs as a staple and veganism Is dairy a healthful food? Wheat, domestication and war Feminism vs. one-ness — what makes us fundamentally human Alcohol — a food and a drug Cultivating a foundational metabolism The diet we are built for How to get sufficient DHA Nora’s upcoming book release and charity event Diet diversity and the health of your microbiome Protein moderation The nutrients we need from animal-sourced foods We evolved as fat hunters Nora goes more in-depth on what’s included in Primal Fat Burner How to stay in contact with Nora and find out more about her new book and charity event Nora's prognosis for the future of the human species
#5 Med Emma Swanström om feminism  


I detta avsnitt gästas vi av Emma Swanström som jobbar för stiftelsen Make Equal och pratar om Feminism och hur en ska göra för att det ska bli en förändring.

Misandry with Marcia Belsky  

Men, listen at your own risk, but you will only hear a dog whistle, reality TV, and the word "period" over and over and over again. There is no "good feminism" or "bad feminism." There is ONLY men dying by my cold, bare hands. With guest Rae Sanni.

FDR3543 Trump Derangement Syndrome - Call In Show - December 22nd, 2016  

Question 1: [1:50] - “I have an Austrian economics background, but have recently come across some evidence leading me to think it's conceivable routine budget deficits might be necessary to supply sufficient private sector saving. Do you think in a fiat money system the government needs to run routine deficits in order to allow for full employment and maximum resource utilization?”

Question 2: [58:57] - “I have read that 1968 was the year that never ended because of cultural changes and its effects over the decades. 2016, with Trump's victory, Brexit, the increasing rejection of feminism and identity politics, and the overall dissatisfaction with mainstream media signals a rupture of old established narratives and ideas. Those narratives ruptured this year can be traced in one way or another to what culminated in 1968. Does the assertion that 2016 marks the end of 1968 in the realms of ideas and culture hold any water?”

Question 3: [1:35:39] - “What are Donald Trump's biggest flaws?”

Question 4: [2:52:27] - “I went through a recent engagement break-up with a single mom, I am devastated by both the loss and the horrible things said by both parties during our last conversation. I am most upset by the things I said to someone I love. I have not been given the chance to make amends, so I am stuck unable to move on. Stefan, can you help me make sense of what has happened? Can you help me get some perspective to help end this mental anguish?”

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3582. Feminism’s Celebration of Abortion – Pr. Hans Fiene, 12/23/16  

Pr. Hans Fiene of River of Life Lutheran-Channahon, IL Feminism Is ‘Die Hard’s’ Hans Gruber, And Lena Dunham Its Harry Ellis

Feminism and the humble paper bag  

What battles have female designers had over the centuries to get their work recognised?

Perfect poached eggs, beauty in Brutalism, feminism and the paper bag  

Inside the world of a personal chef. Tips and tricks perfect poached eggs. Brutalism: a face only an architect could love? Iconic Buildings: Sirius Building. Sense of Place: Nick Earls on New York City. Feminism and the humble paper bag. Sinking Ships of Culture: Hobbies. The history of postcards. Cookbooks in an online world.

3573. Real Female Empowerment – Suzanne Venker, 12/22/16  

Suzanne Venker, author "The Flip Side of Feminism" Dear daughter, here's what it really means to be empowered The Two-Income Trap: Why Parents Are Choosing To Stay Home The War on Men The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say

Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo of Reductress  

Reductress is a hugely popular fake women's magazine satire site. Its founders Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo stop by the show to talk about their new book, How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having it All—And Then Some!, how they each got their start in comedy, the specifics of running the site, the Mouth Time! with Reductress podcast, Beth giving birth in a Honda, Sarah's coming out experience, the role of women's and teen magazines in culture and in their childhoods, the kind of article that men repeatedly pitch them, Girls and Broad City, Dove's Real Women campaign, Sassy, YM, Jane and so much more. We also did a round of Just Me Or Everyone.

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3504. Gender Equality – Suzanne Venker, 12/15/16  

Suzanne Venker, author "The Flip Side of Feminism" The Futile Nature of Gender Equality The Two-Income Trap: Why Parents Are Choosing To Stay Home The War on Men The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say

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