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Hags is a weekly podcast dedicated to deconstructing and demystifying how society values gender by asking key questions like FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WHY?! Each episode begins by celebrating a Boss Ass Bitch from throughout history before tackling our ever-changing understanding modern intersectional feminism through history, pop culture, current events, personal anecdotes and embarrassing childhood stories. Co-hosts Riley Rose Critchlow and Nicole Wyland are frequently joined by special guests ...
 
A podcast on everything: pop culture, what we’re reading, things that suck (and things that don’t), navigating sad stuff, true crime, random facts, and everything in between by two (sometimes) sad hags. Find us on the web: Instagram: @twosadhags Twitter: @twosadhags Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/two-sad-hags/support
 
I am a Composer of contemporary classical (acoustical) music, with focus on symphonies, chamber music, and vocal music. Through my music I hope to offer the listener tools to develop/expand consciousness of perception, contribute to rising awareness of intellectual impressions, emotions and thoughts as well as origins of music, which for me express joy of existence. My music has deep roots in a tradition where the melody is a qualitative concept. Therefore music’s role and usability is for m ...
 
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A sneak peek into the first season of FILM HAGS, where we'll be covering movies that have been burned into our brains. Whether it's a particular scene, a poster, or a feeling, these movies have been imprinted in the hags minds forever. Listen to find out Maggie's pick for our VERY FIRST movie! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter to k…
 
Dr. Jen Zieba, human genetics researcher at UCLA, joins us to discuss women in science vs woman AND science, how to study and why that matters, scientific publishing, the coronavirus vaccine, and how no matter what you accomplish everyone still just wants to know when you’re going to have a damn baby.…
 
We discuss Femme Regard’s feed drop episode featuring Blythe Kala Widemann, how diversity isn’t diversity unless it’s from the top down, the nightmare of a certain big network’s diversity comedy showcase, how racism, classism, and capitalism are best buds, and The Jessica Cabin bc who doesn’t love sad, queer ghosts?…
 
Femme Regard Podcast, hosted by Carolina Alvarez and Tessa Markle, is dedicated to sharing their journey, the lessons they've learned, and knowledge from industry professional guests on filmmaking, geared toward the underdeveloped filmmaker and filmmaking enthusiasts alike and available on all major platforms including YouTube and with special snea…
 
Melanin in Maine questions White allies and White co-conspirators who proclaim Black Lives Matter but aren’t doing daily anit-racist and daily decolonizing work. Intent means nothing. This podcast is an opportunity for White folks to get some reality checks and for Black, Brown and Indigenous people of color to find community strength and community…
 
Today we’re joined by Tuck Woodstock! They are a journalist, audio producer, educator, Sagittarius and host of one of our favorite podcasts - Gender Reveal! We discuss Tuck’s work as a journalist on the front line of Portland’s protests, how everything is a binary and doesn’t super have to be, why we actually need to STOP trying to “figure out” wha…
 
All our thoughts, feelings and reactions to this week’s feed drop of The Accessible Stall! We talk about our personal experiences of masculinity and femininity, how inaccessible the concept of gender still is for many of us, digging into the roots of sexual confidence and where our insecurities are born, and WTF Sia is doing with that new movie.…
 
In this week’s episode, Jurnee had the chance to interview, Anna Nyakana Award-Winning Children's Book Author, Speaker and Entrepreneur! Anna's voices her opinion on the U.S. education system while sharing personal experiences from her childhood, expressing the necessary precautions to advance the system pre and post COVID.…
 
For this week’s Feed Drop Friday, we are thrilled to bring you an episode of AfroQueer. You can listen to more episodes and learn more about the show by visiting afroqueerpodcast.com and be sure to follow them on Twitter @afroqueerpod and on Instagram @afroqueerpodcast. AfroQueer is a first-person narrative-driven podcast that tells sensitive, firs…
 
All our thoughts and reactions to this week’s Feed Drop Friday of Gender Reveal with Tuck Woodstock and special guest Alyssa Pariah, plus we talk Jacob Blake, Chadwick Boseman and how our conversations around tragedy so often fall into ableism, how to use your talents for good, the nightmare-scape that is American healthcare, and how privilege affe…
 
It's a feed drop Friday! Before we get started, we do have a content warning for today’s episode: this episode includes frequent discussion of murder, police brutality and death as well as brief explicit descriptions of sex, so please take care of yourself. And now, Tuck Woodstock, gender educator and journalist reporting on the Portland protests, …
 
Barbara Taylor, immigration legal services lawyer (and Riley’s mom!) joins us to discuss what it means to be a good daughter (and is that even a thing?), how one mean comment from a 12-year old can ruin everything, gender expectations of your fetus, when success overshadows a parent’s experience, and the two-way street that is a mother/child relati…
 
We react to everything we learned from our Feed Drop Friday episode of The Agape Files from Ayannah Kamryn! We talk faith and spirituality, surrounding yourself with the right people, how our brains work to keep us accountable, and remembering that you bring your accomplishments with you everywhere you go.…
 
The Agape Files is a podcast for creatives to document the faith, the love, and ugly truths behind their industries. Inevitably, there are a lot of lessons that come along with being a doer, entrepreneur, or an artist. Join Ayannah Kamryn as she has intimate conversations with guests who share the beautiful yet sometimes uncomfortable realities of …
 
This week, we discuss everything we learned from last weeks’s feed drop episode of Body Trauma with Nia Patterson and Alishia McCullough., the poison that is White Supremacy (and patriarchy), the need for all-Black spaces, the problems with White lead research and White-centric medical and mental health practices, and how to navigate mistakes in yo…
 
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