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hollaback the podcast is about growing up in Baltimore City and having a love of hip-hop and tennis shoes and how both of those worlds parallel and collide together we're going to be talking to up and coming artists as well as well known artists and touching various topics far as music clothes politics etc etc
 
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The Babesment

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The Babesment

Stef Streb & Jules Ohlemacher

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Since we were born, the world has told us that there’s only one right way to have a body. And if you don’t have that body, you’re not good enough, you’re not pretty, you’re not smart, you’re not healthy — and we’re calling B.S.!! Our names are Stef Streb and Jules Ohlemacher, and we invite you to come talk all things body with us in The Babesment! We believe everyone — EVERYONE — should feel at home, confident, and comfortable in their bodies. Too many of us have been living lives that are t ...
 
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Cooper and Company™

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Cooper and Company™

Bridgette Cooper Host/Producer, Kexin "Cindy" Lin Associate Producer

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Cooper and Company™ "Where Politics Meet People" with host, award winning opera singer, Republican, and former US Candidate for Congress, Bri Cooper. Cooper and Company™ engages, inspires, educates and entertains listeners about topics that are important to you, your family and your community. Conversations with today's trailblazers in entertainment, politics, business and more!
 
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We’re going to take a break from our typical body image stories to talk about something else that’s vitally important. Gabriela Mejia is the communications and programs manager at Hollaback!, a global movement aiming to end harassment of all kinds. They teach incredible, free bystander intervention training courses that can empower you to stand up …
 
Today’s guest is Alex Dacy, AKA @wheelchair_rapunzel on Instagram and TikTok, and she is ALL ABOUT disability representation + body confidence. She’s a disabled creator, writer, model, advocate, and all-around wonderful human being. Ableness is a core part of the body liberation movement, and one that doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves wh…
 
Welcome to The Babesment LIVE! Well, technically this is a recording of our live episode, so it is not live itself. But now you have the opportunity to vicariously experience what it might have been like to bask in Stef + Jules’ presence in PERSON! Yeah, we humble. They answer audience questions, from finding a balance between body love and body ne…
 
All good things come to an end. We’ve had an amazing journey together, changing lives, making new best friends, and getting the message out there about that sneaky bitch, diet culture. But Stef + Jules have made the decision to close the door to The Babesment. Putting out content is hard – especially so when you’re a full-time business owner. Stef …
 
Arielle Estoria has got some words of inspiration – and as a poet, author + artist, you know they’re some really good words too. Growing up a performer, she found it easier to be embodied as someone else. When she realized that, she knew she had to find a way to get comfortable as herself. Arielle talks about her journey to discovering her own char…
 
Buckle up because you’re in for a DOOZY of a podcast. Dr. Joshua Wolrich is the best. He’s a “health at every size” doctor which is what Stef + Jules are all about! He’s the author of the bestselling Food Isn't Medicine, and he’s a proponent of fighting weight stigma, as well as what he calls “nutribollocks.” We talk about advocating for your healt…
 
What does it mean to own yourself? To fully embrace who you are and to recognize your worth as an individual? If you could own the word “fat” – not as an insult, but as a fact that can’t hurt you. It’s not easy to do – to be you on purpose, so Stef + Jules break down the concept of owning your worth because it’s so important in this life. Until die…
 
Katie Pijanowski is an anti-diet and body image coach. She works at a big franchise gym where her goal is disrupting the fitness industry and its diet culture-centered focus. Fitness rocks, and it sucks to see diet culture fuck it up so much! If we let diet culture own working out or big-ass salads, it wins. Movement is a part of life and a part of…
 
Yeah, diet culture sucks in a lot of obvious ways, but what about the different ways diet culture has impacted your life that you don’t even realize? The harmful effects of diet culture impact more than your body image and relationship with food. The perfectionistic, all-or-nothing thinking that permeates diet culture can seep into every single are…
 
Kathleen Layer is an intuitive eating and body image coach, yoga teacher, lover of fresh-baked anything, and a firm believer that diet culture sucks. Like, could she belong any more in The Babesment?? She talks about her relationship with her body – how, early on, she learned to equate her value and worth with her size – and the trauma that comes w…
 
We all hit those moments where everything feels hard. Sometimes, when things get rough, you have to learn to anchor into trust with yourself. When you think about it, trusting yourself is SO important. It takes so much trust to undo the harm that diet culture has done and to believe that there is something better on the other side. And sometimes tr…
 
Today’s episode is all the things: it’s fun, it’s deep, and it’s going to leave you feeling inspired, empowered, and feeling good. It’s everything because the wonderful Cat Saavedra is all of that and more. She’s the host of her own podcast, POP! Culturally Aware, so you know there’s going to be some Taylor Swift talk in there. She dives into findi…
 
We’re welcoming Nina Boyce back to The Babesment! She rocked her first appearance back in episode 21, where she dropped knowledge bombs about menstruation and period care that blew you away! Since that last appearance, Nina has managed to conceive and birth a whole human baby and it’s been an incredible journey. Stef + Jules speak with her about ho…
 
We are all more than bodies – but we also don’t exist without them. It can be hard to find that balance between living as more than bodies while also living in our bodies and appreciating them. Our bodies and our selves are one and the same. Separate, but together. Let’s try this little tweak: instead of “I am more than my body,” try “I am more tha…
 
Content Warning: we talk about abuse and other difficult topics in this episode. Stef + Jules welcome the amazing Pallavi + Ameya from “Fat. So?”, our Indian twin podcast. Their show is all about the ups and downs of living as fat women in India – with a heavy focus on the ups. Pallavi is a business and life vision coach and Ameya is a cook, cat la…
 
Continuing our Summer Q&A extravaganza from last week, Stef + Jules address more of your questions and discuss whether you should lose weight to fix a health issue, the anti-fatness in medicine and education, and exercising for health; not for weight. Oh, and they pick a fight with Noom. Come hang out and learn more about us at thebabesment.com! Co…
 
This is the first of a two-part summer Q&A series! Listen in as Stef + Jules give the A’s to your Q’s, from their favorite Taylor Swift songs, how to Cha-Cha Slide your way out of difficult conversations, validating your rage, trying to enjoy entertainment with fat-phobic content, and teaching kids about casual misogyny. Let’s beat up the system to…
 
Morgan Fazio is an anti-diet and body image coach, as well as a personal trainer. She helps her clients heal their digestion, make peace with food and exercise, and balance their hormones. She tells a powerful story of experiencing physical pain in her body and eventually being diagnosed with endometriosis, PCOS, SIBO, and leaky gut. Eventually, sh…
 
Greg Lin Tanaka is 2nd generation Chinese American from my mom’s side and a 4th generation Japanese American from my dad’s side (in California since 1880!). I’ve lived in the Bay Area since '93 and Palo Alto since '04. Greg is a member of the city council, and is running for U.S.Congress In 2022.By Cindy Lin, Greg Lin Tanaka, Bridgette Cooper
 
This week, we’re chatting with Vinny and Ashley of Heartfelt Cycle. Vinny was on the show, way back, in episode 10, before the coronavirus pandemic messed up our junk. Thankfully, his amazing Heartfelt community pulled through with love and support and they rode the wave through this last year. And that’s what they’re here to talk about: building a…
 
Note to the Taylor Swift-skippers: post-Tay discussion begins at [16:24]! Summer is here, babes. When you’re still under the vice grip of diet culture, you’re stuck in a space of believing “I’ll be happy when…” You’re deferring your life and your happiness, and that’s not OK! The truth is: the more we focus on what our bodies look like and try to “…
 
We have two geniuses on the podcast today! Chris Song helps high-achieving women make peace with food and their body. Chris is an anti-diet and body image master coach, and Racquel is a personal trainer who does fitness through an anti-diet lens. Together, they did a workshop recently on The Color of Diet Culture: An Image Based on Racism, Sexism, …
 
Kelly Roberts is a total badass. She’s the head coach and founder of the Badass Lady Gang, creator of the viral #SportsBraSquad hashtag, and co-host of the Poison Punch Podcast. Kelly is all about female empowerment. She never classified herself as an athletic person growing up, but after graduating from college without a career and the sudden, tra…
 
Welcome to The Babesment, the podcast that’s not about Taylor Swift but also kind of about Taylor Swift. Summertime is almost in full swing, and while Stef + Jules are totally here for it, this season can bring about a lot of nasty triggers for people. Whether you’re new to this journey of ditching diet culture or you’ve been on it for years, the p…
 
Molly Goodman is a coach who guides women into the gray area so they can abandon diet culture and perfectionism and stop abandoning themselves. She’s an advocate of learning to trust yourself and your body — the exact opposite of what diet culture tries to teach us. Like how plus-sized clothes are not only separated from others, but they’re harder …
 
Ashton Barrett is a total energetic match for the show. Ashton built up a career around macro counting until she realized it just wasn’t working for her. She kept “failing.” She pivoted into intuitive eating when she noticed all of the ethical problems around what she was teaching. Macro counting still diet culture and one the sneakiest, bitchiest …
 
Rachel Hu, an organizer with the Justice Center and Answer Coalition . Rachel walks the walk and talks the talk. She speaks on the importance of solidarity between marginalized communities at the Uptown in Defense of Asian Lives rally on Sunday! Guest Trailblazer: Rachel Hu Host and Producer: Bri Cooper Associate Producer: Cindy Lin…
 
Tired: Hot Girl Summer. Wired: VAX GIRL SUMMER. Hotness is just a construct. It’s diet culture and the beauty industry trying to tell you that you have to look a certain way to feel a certain way — and the only way to look that way is to buy their shit. But the truth is that you get to feel, be, and do whatever you want... whenever you want! And si…
 
Teri Hofford is a body image activist, author, and photographer. She helps photographers embrace the beauty of diversity in themselves and the world. Her book, “The Geode Theory,” allows women to reconstruct their relationship with their bodies. When she looked around at the world, she noticed that certain body types were being erased from history …
 
You know that in the Babesment, we are ALL about body acceptance, which shows up in all sorts of ways. Feeling good in the skin you’re in requires feeling good about your skin, so Stef + Jules are joined by Catherine DiMarzo + Holly Toronto to talk about skin issues. They’ve both experienced growing up with various skin issues ranging from acne to …
 
Friends, this has been a YEAR. We've gone through collective trauma that has rocked our worlds in so many ways… and weight gain is a normal response to that. As vaccines for COVID-19 roll out more and more, you may be feeling some anxiety around showing up in the world in a bigger body. Who cares if you've gained 10 pounds? You SURVIVED, and that's…
 
This one’s all about sex! Jessi Kneeland is an Instagram must-follow. Everything she posts is just perfect. She’s all about body positivity, body neutrality, and body liberation — the shit you KNOW we’re all about here in The Babesment. She’s a TEDx speaker, writer, certified life coach, and clinical sexologist, and she’s going to talk about all th…
 
Kenzie Brenna is an amazing self-love advocate + activist and the host of Conversations with Kenzie, a podcast about having vulnerable, real conversations about life and mental health. She talks about how she ditched the world of diet culture for the warm embrace of body positivity, trying to tear down the system while also finding a way to build u…
 
As a 30th birthday treat, Jules is going to walk us through her Intuitive Body Blueprint crash course, debunking three of diet culture’s biggest lies that keep us stuck! At the end of this crash course, you will know the truth about why you’re at war with your body and how to make peace with it to live a life of peace and joy. But remember: Informa…
 
If you’re new around here, you may not have heard, but: Diet culture is such a sneaky bitch! Its latest infiltration is an attempt to hijack intuitive eating called — get this — intuitive fasting. The name itself is just a big ol’ oxymoron. If you’re ignoring your body’s signals that it wants to eat at certain times of the day, that’s not intuitive…
 
Lexie Kite is one half of Beauty Redefined with her twin sister Lindsey Kite. Both have a PhD and studied body image in grad school. They both have a new book out— “More Than a Body” — which gives readers an action plan for reconnecting with themselves, free from the constraints of self-objectification. We talk about developing body image resilienc…
 
Amy Tahmizian is an amazing fitness instructor. She grew up playing a lot of sports, but around the time she stopped playing, she realized that her relationship with fitness, working out, and the way she viewed her body was starting to get funked up. She zeroed in on what it was about working out that she loved and, instead of focusing on appearanc…
 
So you’ve been listening to the show forever and you’re starting to feel like a pro at this anti-fad diet, intuitive eating, body image healing stuff. But you’re wondering: How do I approach these topics with my friends? Even if we’re on a body image journey, if the people closest to us aren’t along for the ride, they may wind up saying some trigge…
 
This conversation with Olga goes places Stef + Jules weren’t expecting, and it is beautiful. Olga shares her journey of infertility and miscarriages, a story of incredible resilience. Whether you’re planning on having kids or not, this is an important conversation for every person to hear, because chances are that you know someone going through som…
 
Let’s be real: If you’re listening to The Babesment, you probably already follow Chrissy King. But if you’re not already, get ready to be enlightened! Chrissy is a writer, speaker, anti-racism advocate, and educator, and she is the bomb. Stef + Jules have an incredible conversation with her about many topics that are important in the world, especia…
 
Our bodies are made to change. And with that change can come signs of those change, like stretch marks. Our skin is elastic, it stretches and, sometimes, that leaves marks. We’re going to have bad body image days — we’re all human — but being able to notice it in the moment and get the support that you need is KEY. How do you navigate a hard body i…
 
We are SO OVER diet culture. Sarah Menlove is a body image and intuitive eating coach—just like your girl Jules! She joins Stef + Jules across space and time from New Zealand to show us that there’s a way to live beyond diet culture. Listen in on this awesome conversation around movement that helps you reframe the way you think about exercise and t…
 
Take shelter from the shitstorm that is the diet culture craze of January with registered dietitian Erica Drewry. Her dietetics practice is based in intuitive eating and finding health in whatever body you have. We’re breaking down some of the popular diets that are raging around us right now; things like Whole30, keto, and intermittent fasting tha…
 
Content warning: Abuse and eating disorders. Stef + Jules are high-key freaking OUT about today’s guest, Victoria Welsby. She is killing it on Instagram as @fierce.fatty, helping people ditch fat shaming and learn to love their bodies. She is also the creator of the book and podcast of the same name, and she’s an amazing TEDx speaker and activist! …
 
We made it! It’s 2021, fellow babes, and we are kicking off Season 2 of The Babesment in style! The insidious force of diet culture is out in full force this time of year, so Stef + Jules want to take the time this month to lay down the ideas, mindset shifts, and behaviors to help you feel empowered to say, “Fuck off, diet culture!” There’s somethi…
 
While we’re on holiday break, we wanted to share our first two episodes, which tell the story of Stef + Jules! This one shares the story of Julie Ohlemacher, where you’ll hear about forming a relationship with her body (first a good one, then a bad one, then a fantastic one), when she first realized that she wasn’t alone in the struggle, landing he…
 
While we’re on holiday break, we wanted to share our first two episodes, which tell the story of Stef + Jules! In the first episode EVER, we’re diving deep into Stef’s life: childhood struggles, the first time she picked up a camera, her hot topic phase, starting her own business, and how her relationship with her body impacted everything along the…
 
Welcome to the last (new) Babesment episode of 2020! This has been a doozy of a year. Can you believe that, when this podcast first started, we were all still living life as normal, going to crowded events, with no idea what was about to happen? Stef + Jules gab about Christmas specials, rom-coms, and gush about Dash & Lily (guys it’s SO good!) But…
 
Dr. Lisa Hinkelman is founder and CEO of our favorite non-profit Ruling Our Experiences, aka ROX. They do powerful work helping girls cultivate confidence and improving society in a way that benefits us all. All of the work that they do speaks to exactly what we stand for: empowering badassery. Through evidence-based programs, they offer workshops,…
 
Katie Diasti is the founder and CEO of Viv for your V, a super dope period care company that’s non-toxic and environmentally friendly. Shockingly, a lot of period care products hang around for a LONG time—like, long after you’re gone. During an entrepreneurship course in college, Katie became passionate about the space of personal hygiene products …
 
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