3 episodes

“Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman.” —Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D. ⠀

Join host Rachael Alaia as she engages in intimate dialogue with women courageously exploring what it means to live imbued with the medicine of the Earth, in service from an apex of soul, and unapologetically authentic to their wild instinctual nature.⠀

Arrive, make yourself at home, and allow the personal stories of Wild Woman to make their way into your heart, like a red thread weaving you within the story of the emerging collective.⠀

Opening Song — "Tangerine" by Little Monarch⠀
Closing Song — "I Will Shine" by Megan Woodland Hewitt of The Wild Hymns

Feral Intercourse: Conversations with Wild Women Rachael Alaia

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.4, 36 Ratings

“Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman.” —Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D. ⠀

Join host Rachael Alaia as she engages in intimate dialogue with women courageously exploring what it means to live imbued with the medicine of the Earth, in service from an apex of soul, and unapologetically authentic to their wild instinctual nature.⠀

Arrive, make yourself at home, and allow the personal stories of Wild Woman to make their way into your heart, like a red thread weaving you within the story of the emerging collective.⠀

Opening Song — "Tangerine" by Little Monarch⠀
Closing Song — "I Will Shine" by Megan Woodland Hewitt of The Wild Hymns

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

kayashannon ,

A breath of fresh air

Such a beautiful podcast. Hearts poured out in order to bring honor & healing to self, to earth, to the collective, & to all that is. Thank you.

samanthesoteric ,

Feral Woman Is Radical Woman

I was looking forward to starting this podcast. I settled down in my hot salt bath and prepared to bask in the voices and perspectives of women. Upon listening to the intro message, Rachael states that this podcast is meant for “anyone who identifies as a woman”. This shocked and disappointed me. It seems there are no sacred spaces left for biological women that do not include men. The idea that just because a biologically male-bodied person FEELS like a woman, it makes him a woman and he should have access to women only spaces, is a tragic undoing of the hard-won work of radical feminists throughout the past century. I can’t willingly listen to a podcast that supports the erasure of women. Women are targeted daily with rape, torture, and violence because of their reproductive systems. There’s much more to being a woman than just “feeling like one”. There’s an entire culture called patriarchy that feeds off of the oppression of us called WOMEN, those of us with WOMBS. What knowledge could I possibly gain from someone whose view on women is anti-feminist?

Kdav123 ,

Love the podcasts!

Great podcasts! It keeps me connected to a sisterhood of women who are amazing and they all have so much to share. I love hearing these women's stories that come right from the heart and are so raw. It's beautiful and healing.

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