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en(gender)ed features stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds, one story at a time.

en(gender)e‪d‬ Teri Yuan

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en(gender)ed features stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds, one story at a time.

    Episode 138: Caitlin Garvey on navigating grief through "The Mourning Report"

    Episode 138: Caitlin Garvey on navigating grief through "The Mourning Report"

    On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Caitlin Garvey, author of The Mourning Report, a memoir of her “grief journey” interviewing six people involved in her mother’s dying process.  Through these conversations, Caitlin learns about memory, reflections, and the ways in which our experiences are interpreted and filtered through others' eyes.  We also explore the themes of freedom, agency, and authenticity.

    • 56 min
    Episode 137: Welcome Back Trailer to 2021

    Episode 137: Welcome Back Trailer to 2021

    We are back from our hiatus and hope your year is off to a good start.  During our break, we’ve been thinking, resting, recuperating, and taking a much needed time off from the non-stop chaos of the past four and a half years. 

    To kick off our podcast in 2021, we are excited to bring you a series of episodes focused on the theme “mirrors and windows.”  Throughout the year, we will be exploring timely topics around the intersection of sex, gender, race, and its cultural, social, and political implications.  If you’d like an opportunity to engage in deeper conversations and strengthen your feminist practice, please join us in the Engendered Collective, our community of survivors, advocates and pro-feminist allies.  If you would like to volunteer to help us manage our social media engagement, our podcast, and/or our advocacy work, please reach out and email us at engenderedpodcast@gmail.com.  As always, we appreciate listener feedback and welcome your suggestions for ideas, guests, and events or celebrations for us to share.  With that, let’s get to the first episode in our series.
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    en(gender)ed Reflections on Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversations

    en(gender)ed Reflections on Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversations

    In this "Reflections" episode Part 2, Teri and Michael reflect back on episodes on our series of community conversations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Episode 130: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Systems Change, Episode 131: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Police Violence, Episode 132: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Communities of Color, Episode 133: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse, and Episode 134: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and the Church.

    During our conversation, Michael and I touched upon the following resources in our conversation:
    Primary, Secondary, Tertiary prevention--holistic Our interview with Angie Rivers about police violence Jess Hill’s coverage of “women’s police stations” and gender parity in policing as a possible response to sexism in police culture “Defund the Police” or “Justice Reinvestment” as it’s called in Australia The use of “restorative justice” approaches to address accountability in domestic violence cases Teri’s post on the cultural history of “PAS” or “Parental Alienation Syndrome” as an abuser disinformation tactic to discredit victims’ legitimate claims of abuse Examples of coercive control of children and how that shows up in abuser behaviors and #abusertactics The documentary, What Doesn’t Kill Me, which addresses systemic gender bias against protective moms in family court ---
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    en(gender)ed end of year 2020 Trailer

    en(gender)ed end of year 2020 Trailer

    Greetings listeners….As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to thank you for your ongoing support for our podcast, en(gender)ed.  Producing, recording, and sharing our interviews and survivor stories with you has been an important part of my personal journey and growth.  Your emails and messages have offered thoughtful inspiration for guests, themes, and ways to expand our conversation beyond this medium.  Earlier this year, we launched the platform for the Engendered Collective, a community for survivors, advocates, and pro-feminist allies.  Through our private platform, our weekly podcast, our Medium Engendered publication, and a variety of other virtual events, our members engage in knowledge-sharing and knowledge-building, collective care and healing, and advocacy to increase accountability of behaviors and actions rooted in sexist exploitation, violence, and oppression.  If you think you might want to join our community, fill out our membership form.  

    Don’t forget to follow the en(gender)ed podcast and the Engendered Collective on social media.  As always, we would love to hear listener feedback or suggestions. You can write to us at engenderedpodcast@gmail.com, share an audio recording through speak pipe on our website, or invite us to your podcast, meeting, or organization.  Be sure to stay connected so you won’t miss some exciting announcements and listener engagement moments we are planning for the year.  Until next time, thank you so much, stay healthy, safe and empowered, and we’ll see you on the other side in 2021.
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    Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and the Church

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and the Church

    This year, in recognition of DVAM, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence.  Today’s conversation deals with the intersection of domestic abuse and the Church. Our guests included Debra Wingfield and Julie Owens.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse

    **A word of caution--these conversations contains frank discussions of child sexual abuse and the effects of abuse.**

    This year, in recognition of DVAM, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence.  Today’s conversation deals with the intersection of domestic violence and systemic sexism and child abuse. Our guests included Anita, "Annabelle," "Courtney," and Roz.

    • 1 hr 14 min

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