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Roughly one in 10 Aussies come from somewhere in Asia, yet when you look at our representation on TV, film, radio and literature, you’d think we were completely non-existent. What do you do when the world doesn’t give you the space to be heard? You make your own space. Each week, sisters and Sydney locals Helen Stenbeck and Jessie Tu give searing intersectional feminist critiques on social and cultural issues relevant to those living in Australia and abroad. Join us as we traverse the middle ...
 
Straight from the FEMINIST SLEEPER CELL, the Abortion Access Force podcast breaks down the ever-changing, ever bats**t, ever rageful news that affects our reproductive lives. Listen as hosts Lizz Winstead, Moji Alawode-El, Marie Khan and guests, expose the creeps hellbent on destroying access to birth control, abortion and basically everything logical. Informative. Intersectional. Fun as F**k.
 
We bare it all to shed shame and create connection in order to reclaim our power and celebrate the divine feminine. No topic is off limits, we'll dive into eating disorders, relationships, politics, travel, social justice, anxiety, sex, business and much more. Get ready for laughter and maybe some tears. Stripped is hosted by Tera Bucasas, a van living intersectional feminist introvert yoga teacher.
 
The Recovering God Podcast is for people who want to think more about the issues affecting Christian women. Each month, we interview people from a range of backgrounds to ask about Christian faith, feminism and what the implications are for today. If you have any comments, let us know at RecoveringGodPodcast@gmail.com. You can follow us on Twitter @RecoveringGod or Instagram at Recovering_God. Please remember to rate, subscribe and tell others who you think will be interested. Music written ...
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
DJ Creamy Mami delivers two hours of Fully Explicit intersectional feminist-potent queer radio. Deconstructed rap & R&B, obscure rips, house, garage, washing line, gamer, vogue, ebm, industrial, techno, bounce, dancehall, reggaeton, jungle, D&B, chopped'n'bopped experimental & exclusive mixes & radical spoken word from heroes & fam around the world. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesdays from 11pm.
 
Dragonroot Media is a feminist media collective that aims to produce anti-oppressive media with a gender focus. Dragonroot values self-determination and representation, and works within an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and anti-colonial framework. As a feminist media collective, Dragonroot enthusiastically rejects the notion of neutral and objective media, recognizing it as actively supporting established social power dynamics and institutional violences. Dragonroot Media is media collective ...
 
FWF is building a community of feminist writers, readers, speakers and leaders, who are united in their goal to end gender inequality through the power of storytelling and conversation. Through our events, podcasts, publishing and facilitation, we connect audiences and experts to come together in solidarity, to share their stories and enhance their capacities to contribute to the cause. INCLUDES: FWF panels from the festivals 2018-2020 and the 2020 FWF Talks Series.
 
Business Without The Buts is a podcast by a sassy introverted-extroverted copywriting duo figuring out how to create a more ethical economy through conversations about challenging the status quo, marketing with less manipulation, and creating action for more inclusive businesses. This podcast is for, and by, solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, and small-business owners who are ready to cut the crap and have conversations that get serious about building businesses that do better for everyone and ful ...
 
Fifty Feminist States is a roadtripping, storytelling podcast visiting all fifty US states to interview feminist activists and artists about their work for gender justice. This podcast is intersectional and trans-inclusive. It's hosted and produced by Amelia Hruby, PhD.
 
Forward-thinking feminists Alana J. Webster and Jacklyn Chung-Young don’t hold back when discussing societal issues facing women and people of color in the new weekly podcast, Black & Yellow. Armed with research and wit, the ladies delve into the complexities of being a Black or Asian woman in today’s world. From CP Time to sexual harassment, Jacklyn and Alana offer their intersectional perspective on what’s happening in our society today and ways to stay as woke as possible. See acast.com/p ...
 
A feminist guide to growing up and its side effects. Join hosts Meera Kumar and Olivia Gnad for discussions on mental well-being, living in a small town, and intersectional activism, all through a psychoanalytical, evidence-based lens. Listen to guests throughout the show who share their stories and debate in a respectful, intellectual environment. Episodes air every Saturday!
 
Femme FM is a feminist radio show centering QTBIPOC folks in Halifax, NS. Hosts Shaya Ishaq and Rebecca Stuckey explore intersectional issues with rotating guests and topics. Allie Graham and Madi Haslam produce the podcast. Carmella Farahbakhsh does show outreach, script writing and visioning. Lianne Xiao runs our Femme FM twitter and Julia-Simone Rutgers is getting our tumblr up and running.
 
Contrasens este un podcast care explorează teme de actualitate din câmpul științelor sociale. Proiectul urmărește să aducă în prim plan și să facă cât mai accesibile cercetările făcute în prezent de sociologi, antropologi sau alți specialiști din domenii conexe. Gazde și producători ai conținutului sunt foști studenți ai Facultății de Sociologie și Asistență Socială, UBB: Marina Mironica, Matei Mlinarcic, Karol Pataki, Pati Murg, Vlad Bejinariu și Maria Martelli. Așadar, veți asculta convers ...
 
Hello and welcome to Feminist in Progress, the podcast to empower, inspire and educate. In a fast moving world, it can be a challenge to keep up with feminist news and the latest strides; but this podcast is here to be your feminist friend, kind of a big sister introducing you to lots of amazing and inspiring feminists doing amazing stuff in the world and inspiring us all do to the same. I'm your host, Molly, and every fortnight, I'll be sitting down with a guest who is a true mover and shak ...
 
The Gender at Work Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast series, featuring diverse voices from Gender at Work’s international network of feminist scholars, activists, and community-led development practitioners. In our informal conversations, we discuss merging ideas, issues and trends in Gender and Development that help us to find new ways of understanding our work, our institutions, our society and ambitiously, ourselves! By coming together in this new space, we seek to re-examine the resilience ...
 
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We are busy this week and so it’s another “Best of” but we promise next week a piping, hot, fresh pod right out of the oven. Mmmm so delish. The cellmates decided this episode from March was a good ‘en because we had our fingers on the pulse on some of the most fucked up abortion bans from March of this year. You really can’t be reminded enough tha…
 
Imagine a life without cheese, ice cream, or cow’s milk of any kind. For many Asian Americans and African Americans, we don’t have to imagine this. Lactose Intolerance is a digestive disorder that affects Asian American and African Americas. Why? Check out this episode to find out. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Alana- Misfits Foods (@misfitsf…
 
Helen begins this episode about the podcasts she listened to the past week, conversations around sperm donor and infertility industry(stay tune we will have a massive episode about this topic), the representation of disability and fat community, how each is trying to reclaim the rights of language usage. Helen highly recommend The Saturday Paper's …
 
Your Cellmates are off this week so it’s “Best of” time. We are reposting Our episode from last March to remind folks of the record of violence and harassment clinics have faced this spring on an ongoing basis. While we can thank the reproductive affirming decision in NYC to protect clinic access, North Carolina and Kentucky providers faced violent…
 
On this episode, we did a little gossip about Bill and Melinda's divorce news, along with the discussion of why women choose not to have children, how having children impacts women's life. And, another year, another Mothers' Day rant from Helen CIA estimates Taiwan's fertility rate to be world's lowest https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/04/21/a…
 
Thank you to all the listeners who sent us questions, we had a blast having such a fun conversation answering your question! Gritty Nurse Podcast https://www.grittynurse.com For the listeners who are concern about racial micro-aggression https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/how-to-respond-to-racial-microaggressions Support this show http://sup…
 
Chopsticks are the ultimate versatile kitchen utensil. You can cook with them as well as eat with them, and they can become elegant extensions of your fingers when used properly or with enough practice. But do not assume that everyone can use them. In this episode, we discuss the stereotypes that go along with this necessary kitchen addition. Put Y…
 
Chine McDonald is a writer, author, former journalist and head of public engagement at international development charity Christian Aid. She also sits on the boards of a few Christian charities: Greenbelt Festival, Christians in Media and Christians Against Poverty. Prior to Christian Aid, she worked at World Vision and before that as director of co…
 
Happy Asian Heritage Month! This week Erin + Erica speak with Tanya Chen, a reporter with BuzzFeed News on Anti-Asian hate crimes and Asian-American identity. Find Tanya on Twitter: @tanyachen Tanya's work on this subject: 1) https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tanyachen/self-defense-weapons-asian-american-women 2) https://www.buzzfeednews.com/art…
 
Living with Long Haul COVID-19 (or PASC as it is now clinically known) is a reality more and more people are living with every day. While new details emerge about symptoms of post- viral COVID- 19, it’s important to support loved ones, friends, or colleagues who are learning to live with this debilitating, new normal. In this episode, we sit down w…
 
Even though the Feminist Sleeper Cell is operating at two-thirds strength this week, Moji and Marie deliver 1000 percent fury. Apparently, without the Federal Aviation Administration, stalking an abortion provider with a drone would have continued unchecked (land police, again, fuck you). Waiting periods are still en vogue, because why on earth sho…
 
Are you celebrating this 1st of May? And how did you spend the 8th of March? In this episode, we talk about the transnational organizing of E.A.S.T., Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational, a network born to respond to the pressures of capitalist exploitation, migrant precarity and the additional burden of the COVID-19 pandemic. E.A.S.T., tog…
 
This week's Misogynist of the Week is the CAF. Erica is joined by Scott Taylor, a former soldier and a columnist with The Hill Times. Connect with the pod: Twitter: https://twitter.com/badandbitchy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badandbitchypod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/badandbpodcast/ Email: badandbpod@gmail.com…
 
This week we catch up with news about Jessie's win at the ABIA, Asians winning at the Oscars, and our experience at last Saturday Stop Asian Hate Vigil. Our main topic is the lesser spoken of Asians in ANZAC, the rejections many asians faced during WWI enlisting. The Barbizon https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-barbizon-paulina-bren/book/9781529393033…
 
Once again, we are reminded of conservatives myopic fascination with fetuses, as Xavier Becerra’s HHS finally rolls back restrictions on using fetal tissue in research that the Trump administration stopped. Call us when people actually care about the medical experimentation on Black and brown bodies. Then the cellmates lighten the mood as we unpack…
 
Gender mainstreaming and the two-track approach to achieve gender equality were two strategies for strengthening organizations' action on gender equality that grew out of the 1995 Beijing Conference on Women. Twenty-six years later, the world looks very different with multiple crises of inequality, violence against women and LGBTIQ people, climate …
 
Erica talks to Dr Lindsay Tedds about the Liberals' Budget 2021, specifically child care, taxing the rich, pay equity and the current state of economics. How feminist is this first budget delivered by Canada's first female finance minister? Read Dr Tedds' work: https://www.lindsaytedds.ca/ Western Standard article: https://westernstandardonline.com…
 
Erica + Erin discuss all things related to the verdict of Derek Chauvin, including how the trial impacts police retaliation on Black communities, federal civil rights enforcement and how taxpayers fund police malfeasance. Globe and Mail article: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-where-exactly-is-the-justice-for-black-victims-of-police…
 
Between protesting, police brutality caught on tape (and being replayed countless times), and the impact of the pandemic, our mental health and emotional states are feeling taxed. If you are a Person Of Color, the constant headlines about racism and Other based violence can lead to a type of emotional distress known as racial trauma. On this episod…
 
This week we catch up and rant about how bad the government's response to the crisis of sexual harassment and the need to have CONSENT education in high school. The Xinjiang and Uyghur's forced labour is also this week's topic, as we want to present the story and open up the awareness of individual choices in consumption, how a super power like CCP…
 
This week Erica + Erin discuss all things COVID-19, focusing on the forgotten communities of people with disabilities, racialized, essential and migrant workers. We also discuss the difference between paid sick days and paid sick leave and why one is more preferable than the other. Connect with the pod: Twitter: https://twitter.com/badandbitchy Ins…
 
This week has seen some HELPFUL news for increased abortion access, with changes in Haiwaii and movement by the FDA to reduce barriers to medication abortions. But these barriers should not exist TO BEGIN WITH, and are useless in states who go out of their way to criminalize pregnancy…like Texas. The shit their legislators are coming up with, tryin…
 
What’s a beverage that is consumed Worldwide, but is gendered in the United States? Tea! America has had an enduring and bizarre history with gendering the beverage, but why? On this episode, we speak to Food and Culture Writer to get to the bottom of it. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Alana- Zach & Zoe Sweet Bee Farm (@zachandzoehoney)- Black…
 
Another week catching up with our conversation about what we have watched/read, sharing our experiences and thoughts of how society is dominated through the lens of capitalism. Which city do you prefer? Melbourne or Sydney? Kong VS Godzilla https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla_vs._Kong Thunder Force https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thunder_Force_(fi…
 
School House Mock? Too much? Not enough? These bills are killing trans kids and no one seems to think about it that way. Protect the children? Whose children? Where? What? When? Why? How? How about let's stop selling and killing kids at the border first. Republicans seem to focus on clickbait topics and turn them into policy, which is what they're …
 
This month, Alison speaks to Charlotte Gibson. Charlotte is the host of The Women’s Theology Speakeasy Podcast and co-founder of The Women’s Theology Network. Her passion is in bringing academic theology to all women and helping them to engage in Bible Study which reflects their experience. At the Women’s Theology Network her aim is to resource Wom…
 
The Arkansas House and Senate hit a new low this week advancing legislation criminalizing EXISTING AND FUTURE gender-affirming healthcare for minors- making their newest abortion restriction look mild. BUT THE PIECE (OF SHITE) DE RESISTANCE is the deep dive we do into the shallow end of the talent pool and review the latest anti-abortion film, “Roe…
 
Our monthlong deep dive into Education is coming to a close, but not without one last inspiring conversation. Teachers. We’ve all had them, but how many Teachers or Professors of Color did you have when you were a student? After a long pause and some mental time travel, “a few” was the answer Kaytie and I managed to muster. We want to help change t…
 
Hi, we are back from our Easter break! This week we catch up with culture consumption Taiwanese author Wu Ming-Yi's works and the debut work by Yumiko Kadta "Emotional Female". We also discuss the celebration of Qing Ming, with its misogyny history of oppressing women. Wu Ming-Yi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wu_Ming-yi Emotional Female https://www…
 
S.T.E.M (aka Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) is a simple acronym that is loaded with stereotypes mainly having to do with women, and their perceived lack of abilities to excel at these subjects. Since negative stereotyping exists about women in STEM, this has a direct impact on who chooses to pursue a career in a STEM field. On this …
 
It’s April, Fools, and Lizz and Marie hold it down in the Sleeper Cell while Moji is home sleeping off her vaccine!! This week we have all the axes to grind! The first abortion case SCOTUS has agreed to take will have the 6-3 (and not in a good way) court decide if the Kentucky AG-ro can bring cases to SCOTUS that lower courts have RULED are trash.…
 
Talk about a friendly goodbye. "Mean"? Does that really cut it? Does "mean" hold up against all that ignorance? I've about had it with Ru Paul and I think it's time the empire started to collapse on itself. Ru Paul's ego is old, fat and bloated--if you don't mind me saying so. Fat. A word for excess adipose tissue. Something Ru Paul would have, if …
 
WE ARE BAAAAACK! We start off this episode with a passionate endorsement of *ouid*- because that’s the only way to watch the new ‘Roe’ movie starring Tomi Lahren. Multiple states are competing over who can puff puff pass the most restricting and cruel abortion ban; they range from ‘sideways’ to a ‘direct challenge’ of constitutional law…because you…
 
One year ago as the frenzy of the Pandemic was rising to an all-time high, the U.S. saw a spike in violence against Asian Americans. We were scared for what the future held, and how bad the problem could get. One year later a horrible tragedy occurred in Atlanta killing 8 people, 7 we of Asian descent (and 6 of the victims were women) In this episo…
 
We have a jam packed episode this week, hence we have divided it into two episode, the first part is catching up with some news of the week and our reviews of book. Follow by the second part of our discussion of Netflix documentary: College Admission Scandal: Operation Varsity Blue. MONA's David Walsh apologises for Dark Mofo flag controversy as ca…
 
We have a jam packed episode this week, hence we have divided it into two episodes, the first part is catching up with some news of the week and our reviews of book. Follow by the second part of our discussion of Netflix documentary: College Admission Scandal: Operation Varsity Blue. MONA's David Walsh apologises for Dark Mofo flag controversy as c…
 
Lizz is off having an organ removed but Marie and Moji hold it down in the Sleeper Cell! This week on the pod: “Having a Bad Day” My Ass! Atlanta is yet another reminder that our country has sat idly by as racist Asian tropes have been passed off without being checked, and violence continues to escalate because of it. Spoiler Alert: Cops are just a…
 
Standardized test taking is a reality for students in the United States. But we’re standardized test designed for all students? Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Alana- Sip & Sonder (@sipandsonder)- Black Owned Coffee and Collaboration space. https://www.sipandsonder.com/ Kaytie- KiwiCo (@kiwico_inc)- STEM, STEAM, and Science kits for kids. https…
 
Ce inseamnă 8 martie și cum celebrăm emanciparea femeilor în România? Într-un context în care cazurile de violență domestică au crescut, în care accesul la servicii de sănătate și la locuințe decente devine tot mai dificil, în care femeile sunt simultan muncitoare esențiale, în prima linie, dar sunt și afectate de creșterea șomajului, 8 martie rămâ…
 
We catch up sharing our sentiments and experience of the Monday's March4Justice, our encounters of the past years' activism, discussing the intersectionality of race and feminist issues, and the lack of media coverage for Asians as well as disheartening avoidance of the racial discussions within the Asian community. Other discussion included the ho…
 
**************SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS********************* Welcome to 3188! Discovery Season 3 is a wild ride and we are HERE. FOR. IT. This ...month? Becca and Ryan discuss the beautiful emotional journey of Michael Burnham, with stops along the way to talk Tilly, thirst for Book, send our love to the baby enbys, and salute Georgiou. There are …
 
We're celebrating 100 regular episodes and 4 years of Bad + Bitchy! In this episode Erin and Erica look back at four years of the pod, what they've learned and their favourite moments. They also talk about THAT interview that has rocked the globe, still. Harry and Meghan and what their interview means, part one. Check out our book giveaway on Insta…
 
This episode comes at the heels of Abortion Provider Appreciation Week (but they deserve love 365 days a year!!). Lizz, Marie and Moji tackle a scary week in abortion care friends, as violence at clinics is escalating. We cover a good law enforcement win in New York against harassers, but also do a deep dive into an alarming trend (and by trend we …
 
We are kicking off a month of shows all about Education with our guest host, Kaytie. In this episode, we chop it up about College. To go or not to go? It’s a big question, and one that we think doesn’t get asked enough. But that ends today... Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Alana- Sense2Cents (@sense2cents): Financial literacy board games, book…
 
This week, we explore the lack of intersectionality in IWD events Nomadland https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9770150/ Palm Springshttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt9484998/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 We need to talk about Kevin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Need_to_Talk_About_Kevin Klara and The Sun https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/653825/klara-and-the-su…
 
In this episode Ruth Harley talks about the need for us to consider where our power is and how we use it as individuals and as churches. She is the co-author (with Al Barrett) of “Being Interrupted: Reimagining the Church’s Mission from the Outside, In”, which challenges the status quo and encourages us to reconsider how we do church. Previously, s…
 
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