A conversation about feminism, politics, pop culture and the internet.
The Pence Rule
Friend of the show Alexis Soterakis joins Elizabeth and Karen to discuss The Pence Rule, and sexual harassment and gender dynamics in the workplace.
Lara Powers and the truth human trafficking
We interviewed Lara Powers from the Polaris Project to discuss the truth about human trafficking in the United States.
Kiera Butler and QAnon
Karen and Elizabeth interview Kiera Butler, Senior editor and public health reporter at Mother Jones magazine about how QAnon targets women, especially mothers of small children. Is this a repeat of Stranger Danger and 80's style Satanic Panic?
Karen and Elizabeth discuss raising money for abortion funds, and announce a May 17, 2022 livestream.
Donate here: https://fund.nnaf.org/team/411245
Elizabeth and Karen read Jordan Peterson's resignation latter from the University of Toronto and discuss his ideology, implicit bias, post modernism, and the philosophy of Vladamir Putin.
Jaslin Kaur And Taxi Workers Alliance Victory
Elizabeth welcomed Jaslin Kaur back to the show to talk about the Taxi Workers Alliance hunger strike and victory, NYC politics and organizing for the future.
Smart, informative, and enjoyable
Love this podcast! The hosts are knowledgeable and funny. I always feel more informed after listening and it's easy to listen to while I'm going about my day. Highly recommend for anyone looking to catch up on the latest human and political issues affecting our world.
Lastly, as a fellow mom to young children, the stories on parenting and pandemic life are relatable.
Funny, smart, honest
I love this podcast
I absolutely love this podcast. It covers a lot of different topics. And when the hosts are talking I learn so much. I would recommend this podcast to anyone, especially men and baby-feminists. They don't just talk about the typical issues. But they talk about issues faced by Black women, trans women, low income women, and women in general. They also talk about politicians stance on “women’s problems”. This is by far my favorite podcast.