1 hr 3 min

Best of R&R Lab: Sophia Wallace Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab

    • Personal Journals

We're still working on a new season of Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab for your listening pleasure, but while you wait, why not revisit some old favorites? We're proud to re-air this episode as we look back on the roots of this show.
For pennies a day, you can become a patron of the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab podcast and join a growing global movement of feminist badasses dedicated to radically authentic, intentional, and interconnected feminism. If you’ve been secretly dreaming of joining our community, now is the time baby. Go to ContinuumCollective.org for more.
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This weeks’ revolutionary is Sophia Wallace, visual artist and creator of Cliteracy. Sophia grew up in Seattle, Washington and currently lives in New York City. Throughout her childhood, she was a feminist before she had the language to really say it. Now, as an adult, the art that she produces is striking, unapologetically sapphic, and groundbreaking. Her work stems from a place of authenticity, including her own body, life, history, and lived experience and aims to create freedom for language and expand the language used around the feminine body. 
Throughout our conversation, Sophia dives deep into the Cliteracy project and the impact it’s had, along with also discussing how power represents and normalizes itself in the visual. 
Some Questions I Ask: 
What is a C**t Rodeo? (2:19)Who are the Guardian Angels? (6:58)How do you weave the messages women are told throughout their lives into your work? (31:58)What does the future of your work look like? (39:55)How can people support your work? (59:59)
In This Episode, You Will Learn: 
About the Cliteracy project. (1:20)How going to an all-women college impacted Sophia. (7:51)How patriarchy is like a multi-level-marketing scheme. (19:37)How women’s pain has been denaturalized and the impact that has on society. (21:00)How women’s pain and experiences are dismissed in the medical field. (48:40)
Connect with Sophia: 
Website
Instagram
Resources: 
Seattle Young People’s Project

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

We're still working on a new season of Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab for your listening pleasure, but while you wait, why not revisit some old favorites? We're proud to re-air this episode as we look back on the roots of this show.
For pennies a day, you can become a patron of the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab podcast and join a growing global movement of feminist badasses dedicated to radically authentic, intentional, and interconnected feminism. If you’ve been secretly dreaming of joining our community, now is the time baby. Go to ContinuumCollective.org for more.
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This weeks’ revolutionary is Sophia Wallace, visual artist and creator of Cliteracy. Sophia grew up in Seattle, Washington and currently lives in New York City. Throughout her childhood, she was a feminist before she had the language to really say it. Now, as an adult, the art that she produces is striking, unapologetically sapphic, and groundbreaking. Her work stems from a place of authenticity, including her own body, life, history, and lived experience and aims to create freedom for language and expand the language used around the feminine body. 
Throughout our conversation, Sophia dives deep into the Cliteracy project and the impact it’s had, along with also discussing how power represents and normalizes itself in the visual. 
Some Questions I Ask: 
What is a C**t Rodeo? (2:19)Who are the Guardian Angels? (6:58)How do you weave the messages women are told throughout their lives into your work? (31:58)What does the future of your work look like? (39:55)How can people support your work? (59:59)
In This Episode, You Will Learn: 
About the Cliteracy project. (1:20)How going to an all-women college impacted Sophia. (7:51)How patriarchy is like a multi-level-marketing scheme. (19:37)How women’s pain has been denaturalized and the impact that has on society. (21:00)How women’s pain and experiences are dismissed in the medical field. (48:40)
Connect with Sophia: 
Website
Instagram
Resources: 
Seattle Young People’s Project

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1 hr 3 min