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The real news... remixed! Media Monarchy is an independent news source which has grown to include the 'New World Next Week' video series with Corbett Report, the new music show called 'Pump Up Tha Volume' + interviews and extras from the worlds of food, technology, the occult and much more... http://feeds.feedburner.com/mediamonarchy
 
The Double Shift is a narrative show that challenges the status quo of motherhood in America. Katherine Goldstein and Angela Garbes are starting off the year with a series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms. Other timely episodes include a series around mental health and moms, rethinking career ambition, processing grief with an indigenous motherhood activist, challenging our ideas around unpaid labor for Mother’s Day, and hearing some inspiring stories from listeners who’ve been able ...
 
Thousands of people have been taught forms of Christianity that led them into more bondage than freedom. Why do we feel like we have been enslaved by the truth when it’s supposed to set us free? Join your hosts, Joe and Rachel Tenney, as they discuss how to fight disillusionment, and move forward in the hope of Jesus Christ. This is the Control Freak Christianity podcast.
 
Fear and Loathing in Post Apocalyptic America. The future, after the genetic experiments of the great Doctor Patricia R. Durham, leaves all women on the planet with snakes instead of hair, and the unique and terrifying ability to blind, and even kill, a man with a simple stare. The birthrate is at an all-time low, the population dwindles, the world's governments are all but disbanded. One woman walks across Amerika without a destination. College students get drunk and cause trouble. A man in ...
 
The Navajo are a matrilineal society, meaning women own the land and pass it down to their daughters. When Navajos introduce themselves, they will name their maternal clan first. The stories told in cultural ceremonies revere women. But today rape and domestic violence rates surge. There are few female council delegates, and the Navajos have yet to elect a woman president. So what happened? That’s what we set out to answer in this series. We’ll learn about the many attempts to eradicate the ...
 
Silverlake Priestess hosted by Priestess, Musician, and Women's Empowerment Coach Jaime Black is a journey into one woman's story of discovering her Sacred Purpose and her ability to help other's do the same. Jaime delves into Women's Sacred Mysteries, Womb Wisdom, Sacred Sisterhood, Red Tents, Goddess Culture, Moon Circles, Ritual, Tarot Reading, Psychic Practice, witchcraft and more. Great for Women discovering their inner Priestess and wanting to connect to the ancient sisterhood.
 
Chicago based black male inviting guest to converse about varying topics ranging from politics, hip hop, music, finances, pop culture, relationships, crime, sex, on up to international matters even. These conversations will be based solely on discovering what truths go normally unsaid whilst exposing the every day falsehoods that plague our daily thoughts. A rotating cast of guest will bring new energy and schools of thoughts to each podcast making for what should be an intriguing mix of opi ...
 
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Who doesn't love Wonder Woman? We all love the mighty Amazon! So join us for a fun and lively discussion with writer Teresa Jusino as we talk about this matriarchal superhero and the film which tells the story of her creation, "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women." William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, was a Harvard psychologist …
 
Former TLC star from "19 and Counting," Josh Duggar has been charged with possessing Child Pornography. He is another yet conservative Christian that has shown a horrific willingness to abuse others. Joe and Rachel discuss how they used to hold similar beliefs as the Duggars. God has helped Joe and Rachel come to freedom, perhaps He will show the s…
 
Why do we need monsters in our fiction? Why do we want to be frightened? When they pick up a book, do readers enter into a pact with a writer, as Catriona Ward describes: a pact that says I share your fear, let’s face it together? We asked Catriona about the nature of fear, whether […] The post Making the ordinary monstrous with Catriona Ward first…
 
While looking at just how different the country (and conversation) is during the miracle Biden has pulled off during his first 100 days, Alabama Liberal then moves into real questions about whether America can get big things done anymore on climate crisis, infrastructure, healthcare, college tuition, personal health, Scientific innovation, space ex…
 
A heroine nine-feet tall, with yard-long breasts, and a voice like a temple bell riding an elephant into battle? There is a lot going on in episode 14, Ba Trieu and the Uprising of 248 AD. Ba or Lady Trieu was a 3rd century Vietnamese warrior who managed, for a time, to resist the Chinese state of Eastern Wu during its occupation of Vietnam. We als…
 
Rome dates its beginning to the 21st April 753BCE, when legend has it that it was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus. While not the only myth connected to this event, it has been the most enduring, and commemorating it became an important event in the Roman calendar. Guest: Associate Professor Rhiannon Evans (Head of Department of Languages and…
 
Things may get better this year, but that doesn't erase what we've all gone through. In this episode we explore, how do we grieve during this time when so many have lost loved ones, and even more have experienced personal, professional, and emotional loss? And for mothers, is allowing ourselves to feel our feelings an act of political liberation? W…
 
A jam-packed episode that includes everything from Alabama Liberal’s correct prediction of how the media would move on from the Cuomo scandal to personal stories about living in Minneapolis and their police department. Then AL seeks to understand why liberals view globalization as positive, and gentrification as negative. Questions are asked like: …
 
When you look, communities are everywhere. They can be the people where you live, the people who share the same interest as you, the people you volunteer with. They can be as small as a household or as big as a city. Communities, societies, political and religious beliefs all intertwine so that sometimes it’s impossible […] The post Communities wit…
 
Misunderstandings around miscarriages threaten women's lives. The guilt and isolation is an unnecessary addition to the grief and loss that they experience. In today's episode Dawn "Sam" Alden talks with women who have had miscarriages and how they navigated their tragedy.By Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
The Warrior Women are back! This episode we discuss the amazing story of Rani of Jhansi, a 19th Century queen in India who bravely took up arms against the colonial British rulers who tried to depose her. Much as Boudica was for the sovereignty of the British tribes, Rani was for her people in India. Dawn "Sam" Alden is our guide for this episode.S…
 
Spirituality exists in every work of fiction in some form or other, but most often manifests as divinity. Gods and goddesses never seem to go out of fashion. Why do authors turn to a god or pantheon of gods to articulate this spiritual urge? And out of all the pantheons, the Norse gods in particular […] The post Exploring Ragnarok – with H.M. Long …
 
Rhiannon Evans, Caillan Davenport, Gillian Shepherd and Matt Smith each share three items of Roman interest for three minutes! You will hear: - Silius Italicus and his unbearable bunion - Pomponius Mela and the wonders of the Nile - Snarky soldiers at the Vindolanda fort - Legacy hunters and the jewels of Matidia - Unusual dedications to the gods -…
 
"The Goddess refuses to die... She will only fade away for good when we devise an alternative grand history that accounts for large-scale coherences." -- Prof. Richard Lesure, UCLAWith those words began an attack on the very truth of matriarchal history. From the halls of American and British academia has come a call to arms to CONSPIRE to deny the…
 
This episode is about Dyah Gitarja, a Javanese queen regnant and the third Majapahit monarch, reigning from 1328 to 1350. I went over the top on clips on this one, but it's a long story! We have two ads this month: First is the History of Colonisation podcast! @hoc_pod is hosted by Nanyang Technological University student, Fidellithy. Second is @tu…
 
When we think about what's happening to moms in America right now, it can feel like a series of anonymous statistics--not millions of life-altering stories. Angela and Katherine talk to a pregnant flight attendant in Indianapolis, a teacher and congressional candidate in Texas, and a performance venue host in New Orleans on what the last year has b…
 
In the last part of his trilogy looking at the future, present, and now past of the culture wars, AL makes some surprising discoveries about two seemingly unrelated counties: Orange County, California (which went from famously red to blue…ish) and Marshall County, Alabama (which did the opposite) where a surprising number of Alabama state leaders a…
 
The Severan dynasty was founded in 193CE by Septimius Severus, but in many ways it was his wife Julia Domna and her sister Julia Maesa who would guide the family, both powerful augustae and instrumental in securing their family’s imperial position. Part X of 'Empresses of Rome' Guest: Dr Emma Southon (Historian and author of 'A Fatal Thing Happened…
 
Being a parent is not glamorous. It’s hard work and it often goes unappreciated – in life and in fiction. When we do see parents represented in our fiction, we tend to see a very limited kind of representation. Rarely are parents the centre of the story – the prevailing social narrative is that parents […] The post Parenthood with Julia Fine first …
 
As the daughter of the previous Emperor, Faustina provided her husband, Marcus Aurelius, with a solid link to the imperial throne. Besides continuity she came to embody motherhood, not just to the next Emperor, but to the empire as a whole. Part IX of 'Empresses of Rome' Guest: Assoc. Professor Caillan Davenport (Senior Lecturer, Roman History, Mac…
 
Female Sexual Pleasure-- the great fear of patriarchy since the first man made the first law. Controlling female sexual pleasure has been central to male-centric civilization. Join us as we discuss how women's eroticism has been suppressed and stigmatized throughout history.Dawn "Sam" Alden hosts.By Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
Join us as we discuss the fascinating world of cosplay and it's portrayal of women with our guest, model Bunny Bombshell. Bunny takes a feminist approach to the characters that she portrays, choosing to play roles that she feels show the strength and power of female heroes and that challenge misogynistic views of women in society.Sean Marlon Newcom…
 
In a world where internet experts and armchair theorists abound, Joe and Rachel discuss the importance of listening to people who actually live out their own ideas. How can we tell if somebody is a practitioner? How do we know if their practice is healthy and good? And what does a practitioner learn from engaging in real life?…
 
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