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This podcast by a feminist, for feminists, talking about feminism(s) and where it sometimes falls short. Fully Engaged Feminism is about kyriarchy - naming it, exposing it, and looking at its force within activist spaces with the goal of ending their sometimes exclusionary acts.
||CleanEpisode 35 – I am Back!||An episode catching up about MIA status, discussing focus – then a very spoilery discussion of Game of Thrones (also trigger warning for discussions of violence against women in TV/books). If you are a new listener to Fully Engaged Feminism Pl[...]||6/14/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 34 – Be Awesome or Don’t Bother||For Episode 34 I talk to Erin Matson an awesome activist about feminism, body image, pregnancy and everything in between Interview Links Erin Matson’s Site: http://erintothemax.com/ Erin’s post about pregnancy after an eating disorder – link E[...]||3/12/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 33: Collab with FAPCast (for 12th & Delaware)||For Episode 33 Mel (from FAPCast) and I discuss the documentary 12th & Delaware Information Links (for things brought up during the show) FAPCAST – on iTunes FAPCAST – on twitter 12th and Delaware HBO Link NARAL VA League of Young [...]||1/21/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 32: Black Women’s Blueprint interview||For Episode 32 I talk to Janeen Mantin of Black Women’s Blueprint! Interview Links Black Women’s Blueprint http://www.blackwomensblueprint.org/ Their Video – Under Siege http://vimeo.com/25195147 @BlackWomensBP on twitter Black Women’s Bluepri[...||12/6/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 31- The BFD Collective interview||For Episode 31 I talk to three amazing members of the BFD Collective about making Fat-Positive Space in a Fat-Phobic World & I rant about consumerism as activism Interview Links BFD on Facebook BFD on Tumblr get signed up for their list-serve at[...]||8/10/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 30 – Radically Feminist||For Episode 30 I talk about feminism trans misogyny, Interview Avory of the Radicaly Queer blog & chat about The Hunger Games As I said in my intro DCAF could definitely use your funds to help out poor folks make the reproductive health decisio[...]||4/8/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 29 – So Much Awesome||In episode 29 I discuss the passing of a poet, I interview the AMAZING Michelle of Fat Nutritionist, cover a bit of pop culture and ask for cash! Links Fat Nutritionist Blog Ellyn Satter Adrienne Rich: Obits: NY Times * LA Times Critique: You[...]||3/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 28 – Crossing the Line||This episode I talk a little about street harassment, Trayvon Martin, and public perceptions, and I interview Holly Kearl about AAUW ‘s report Crossing the Line. Also Robin Covers Downton Abbey Links to check out: Holly Kearl http://hollykearl[...]||3/25/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 27 Losing Your Virginity||Another belated article with the generous and wonderful filmmaker Theresa Shechter . Her site:How to Lose Your Virginity Site Also discussed, websites, conferences I’m Feminist Enough Tumblr other feminist Tumblrs Feminist Ryan Gosling STFU, F[...]||1/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 26: Funny Lady||The 26th Episode spans Paula Deen’s diabetes, an interview with the amazing comic Jessica Halem and I briefly discuss the Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA) A snippet of what I discuss about Ms. Deen My problem with the coverage of Paula Deen is t[...]||1/17/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is making my long road trip through rural Iowa so. Much. Better. Radical feminist conversation definitely makes me feel better as I drive by "prepare to meet your God" billboards.
I LOVE THIS PODCAST! The one thing I would like to suggest, have more group discussions, I found myself nodding along and saying "I totally agree" or "Well I think..." To myself while riding along in the car listening. I love listen to women that think. Simply WONDERFUL!
Great podcast. The conversations are always mind-opening and very accessible. For a young (pro)feminist living in a proud, rural patriarchy, the every-so-often podcast is super refreshing.