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Hiding in the Bathroom

By Morra Aarons-Mele

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Description

Welcome to Season 3 of Hiding in the Bathroom! In this series, we'll be meeting women who are using digital organizing and social media to make serious change in the world. You're going to learn not just what inspired these incredible people to BE the change, but the tactics and strategies they're employing to get there. Each week host Morra Aarons-Mele invites her favorite, most interesting friends and colleagues from politics, feminism, business media and psychology on to talk about creating the career and life you want, driving social change, smashing the patriarchy, and what to do when you want to hide in the bathroom. It's like a "nerdy dinner party conversation between two great minds."

Customer Reviews

Lots to think about - looking forward to more

Great first episode. Good content for entrepreneurs as well as anyone in the corporate workplace. I know I’ll be thinking more about these conversations as a manager, employee, and person.

Oh phew! I can have some downtime?

Thank goodness for saying out loud what I’ve always believed, which is that this 24/7 ridiculousness is just that - ridiculous. Taking time to pause and recharge (and maybe even hide in the bathroom) is not just tolerable but legitimate approach to success. Looking forward to more episodes from Morra!

I do not consider this clean lyrics.

I am really excited to listen to this podcast in its entirity; HOWEVER, I will have to do it at another time when my children are not roaming around my kitchen while cooking breakfast. It is labeled clean lyrics and there is enough cursing in the first 15 minutes that I needed to turn it off. Granted there are no F bombs, but I can't listen around my children with a-----e, b------g, and sh---y being freely used.