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Join hosts Anney and Samantha to listen to Stuff Mom Never Told You, continuing the conversation of what it is to identify as female through research-based discussion around feminism and how it impacts everyday life. New episodes come out Wednesday and Friday.

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Join hosts Anney and Samantha to listen to Stuff Mom Never Told You, continuing the conversation of what it is to identify as female through research-based discussion around feminism and how it impacts everyday life. New episodes come out Wednesday and Friday.

    Monday Mini: Quarantine Productivity

    Monday Mini: Quarantine Productivity

    Anney and Samantha discuss ways to be productive during quarantine, and why it's okay if you're not being as productive as you'd like.
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    • 16 min
    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 7: Ban Zhao

    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 7: Ban Zhao

    In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
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    • 55 min
    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 6: Indigenous Women You Need to Know

    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 6: Indigenous Women You Need to Know

    In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 9: Harriet E. Wilson

    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 9: Harriet E. Wilson

    In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
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    • 50 min
    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 4: Norma Merrick Sklarek

    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 4: Norma Merrick Sklarek

    In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
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    • 39 min
    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 5: Huda Shaarawi

    SMNTY's Female Firsts Playlist, Episode 5: Huda Shaarawi

    In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

MangoTheGoat ,

Horrible

I used to like the show but it is cringey now. The valley girl talk is ridiculous with “like” and so on. The hosts just are not enjoyable to hear. It is too babbly and less informative than it used to be.

fullofcrapcrap ,

Not objective

I started listening to the Phyllis Schafly and the ERA podcast but had to stop after ten minutes. It was extremely obvious to me that the two female hosts were in no way going to provide an objective fact-filled episode. Their smirky, condescending attitude with their belittling laughter and very slanted remarks against conservative men and women were good indications that these two are not real journalists and tend to model themselves after main stream media. Just tell the true story, ladies, without throwing in your perspective and biases. Won’t try this one again, because I’m sure it will be the same type of crap.

BartonBella ,

Really?

I tried to continue but t after the Kavanaugh hearing episode I just can’t. If that witness, and that evidence convinced you of someone, who has championed women’s causes his whole career, is guilty. I pray you never serve on a jury. It was bad enough when her stories didn’t match, then person after person was caught, on tape sometimes, admitting to deception for political sake, and even monetary gain. Then to see celebrities blatantly breaking the law so they can try to save their washed up careers, it was a farce. I don’t respect Pres. Trump for many many reasons, but I do respect many things that are going right. Prison reform, new committees to solve the mass disappearance of indigenous women, and yes reproductive rights. I believe in choice, but not in planned parenthood. Too many women have been welcomed as long as they wanted an abortion but as soon as they don’t want an abortion they are basically told to get lost. I sure as hell don’t agree with abortion up until the day after birth. Please, please, don’t forget the pendulum effect. As far one way public opinion can swing, is just as far the other way it can swing. Good fortune to you, I wish you the best and applaud your strength in opinion. Please wait and research before you give voice to accusations, treat every accuser as your daughter, and treat every accused as your son or daughter. Become the devils advocate, defend them as a defense lawyer. See if after a small period of time you still believe, without a shadow of doubt, that your son raped the girl. If you can’t perhaps more investigation is needed. I know that can sound confusing but before someone is destroyed all doubt Must be gone. As a survivor, nothing angers me more than when ALL survivors are doubted because people rushed to believe a story because it fit their opinion, then find out the person lied.

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