Best Patriarchy podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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"Jessica & Solange Take Down The Patriarchy" (aka, "I Loved This But On Second Thought It's Kinda Bullshit"), hosted by Jessica Cabot and Solange Castro, is a feminist deconstruction of movies/TV Shows/Books that the hosts once loved, but realize contain problematic and stereotypical representations of women. Jessica Cabot is the writer and creator of the Lisa Kudrow produced web series "Shitty Boyfriends." Solange Castro, a standup comic and playwright, wrote the play, "Changes In The Matin ...
 
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Feminist Current
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Canada's leading feminist website.
 
This podcast by a feminist, for feminists, talking about feminism(s) and where it sometimes falls short. Fully Engaged Feminism is about kyriarchy - naming it, exposing it, and looking at its force within activist spaces with the goal of ending their sometimes exclusionary acts.
 
This podcast by a feminist, for feminists, talking about feminism(s) and where it sometimes falls short. Fully Engaged Feminism is about kyriarchy - naming it, exposing it, and looking at its force within activist spaces with the goal of ending their sometimes exclusionary acts.
 
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The Fairer Cents
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This is The Fairer Cents, a podcast hosted by Tanja Hester of Our Next Life and Kara Perez of Bravely, that's all about the deeper stuff that impacts women, our money and our fight to get equal. This isn't a typical personal finance podcast -- we're not here only to cheer each other on with shallow epithets like "You go, girl!" and leave it at that, or to teach you how to save money at the grocery store. Instead, we want to understand together what we're truly up against, and hear from women ...
 
Where masculinity and patriarchy meet. A podcast hosted by Roosh Valizadeh.
 
Join Jocelyn Andersen and Cindy Kunsman as they discuss issues and concerns within contemporary Christianity. Jocelyn is the author of WOMAN SUBMIT! CHRISTIANS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and WOMAN THIS IS WAR! GENDER, SLAVERY, AND THE EVANGELICAL CASTE SYSTEM. She is a non-partisan, non-denominational activist for functional equality for Christian women and for constitutional equality for all women. She and Cindy who is a spiritual abuse consultant with a special focus on cultic behavior within C ...
 
Feminist Thrilljoys is a podcast where three women take a break from smashing the patriarchy to chat about the feminist-y things they love.
 
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Two Drunk Feminists
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Takin' shots at the patriarchy, one shot at a time!
 
Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events.
 
Feminist Thrilljoys is a podcast where three women take a break from smashing the patriarchy to chat about the feminist-y things they love.
 
This season of Hiding in the Bathroom is dubbed: Patriarchy the Podcast. We're going to dive deep into the roots of patriarchy: a system that dictates power lies in the male. This is not about loving men or not (I love men. I birthed two of them). But this system is rotten to the core and it tarnishes every moment of our lives at work, home, love, and life. How do we change a system we despise while loving the people who inhabit the system? Join me to unpack it all.
 
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Living Open
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Living Open is a podcast for mystics and seekers. Yoga, reiki, spirituality, ritual, tarot, crystals, travel, meditation, creative entrepreneurship, dismantling the patriarchy, witchcraft, spiritual activism, art....there is something here for you.
 
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Sluts on a Stoop
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Sluts on a Stoop explores sex & sexuality, gender & race identity, politics, the patriarchy, and most importantly, being moms to adorable black cats.
 
Rebecca Zahler hosts the pop culture-meets-pussy power podcast. Sex-positive social anthropology. Dismantling the patriarchy + collecting dick pics. Feminist AF. Email: dontwasteyourpretty@gmail.com Twitter: @wastedprettypod Instagram: @dontwasteyourpretty_ Produced by: Angie Vroom Artwork by: Krystal Quiles http://www.krystalquiles.com
 
The Final Straw is an hour-long, weekly radio show that strives to provide information and contribute to awareness of and participation in self-liberatory activities around the world by providing a platform to English-language listeners to learn about current struggles and ideas. Simply stated, we promote non-sectarian Anarchism(s) to enrich the struggle and widen participation in the battles against Capital, State and Coercion. We believe that the liberation of each is tied to the liberatio ...
 
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Lady Problems
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Lady Problems navigates being a feminist pop-culture junkie. Join hosts Rachel Handler, Teo Bugbee, Hazel Cills and a rotating cast of female geniuses like Mara Wilson, Phoebe Robinson, and Stacy London as they dissect how pop culture treats women each week. (Spoiler alert: It is almost always "terribly.") We'll be here unpacking our favorite Fucked Up Films (In A Good Way) About Women, wondering whether we can guiltlessly watch "Louie," solving our listener's own Lady Problems, or sharing p ...
 
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Eat the Rich
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A podcast about income inequality and the political and cultural standards that directly benefit America's wealthiest, most powerful, and most edible. Society and culture with a humor bent.Topics include: racism, sexism, ableism, xenophobia, pop culture, resisting the new administration, socialism, democratic socialism, communism, anarchy, capitalism, patriarchy, feminism, progressive thinking, prison system, criminal justice system, income inequality, economics, science, news, activism, pro ...
 
Have you ever asked: “Is this all there is to life?” Untangled explores the lives of people who have questioned our social systems, constructs and norms and chosen to live life in a different, often unconventional way. Through honest storytelling, Untangled explores one focal question: what does it really take to untangle from society’s giant rule book, move away from the mundane and embark on a search for something more? Join host Alana Helbig as she interviews ordinary people about their c ...
 
A writer with a passion for wide-brimmed hats and smashing the patriarchy
 
Discussions of patriarchy, gender, hope and change. A call to balance.
 
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3 Thick Girls
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3 Thick Girl follows the voice of body positive 20 something women, as they explore Toronto. Discussing love, sex, career and pop culture in today's world of pettiness, savagery and of course mansplaining patriarchy.
 
A podcast aimed at reviving women's histories, inserting them within male-dominated cannons, and ultimately, defeating the patriarchy.
 
The Tecla award nominated EmpowHERment Hour podcast is dedicated to the woman ready to take charge of her life, live in her purpose, and be unapologetically authentic. Hosted by award winning author and success coach, Nancy Ruffin is crushing the patriarchy one episode at a time. Every week Nancy brings you raw and unfiltered insight on what it means to be a modern day woman juggling the demands of career, family, and personal brand building. From topics that range from career and personal d ...
 
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Trying It
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Smart-mouthed and always semi-stressed, Shana Bee is a culinary creative who is just trying to better navigate this scam they call adulthood. Tune in as she serves up food she’s trying, tricks she’s learned for being a better human (After many failed attempts), and rants for the politicians, pollutants, and patriarchy who are especially trying it.
 
The Gender at Work Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast series, featuring diverse voices from the Gender at Work’s international network of feminist scholars, activists, and community-led development practitioners. In our informal conversations, we discuss books, articles, films, and other media that help us to find new ways of understanding our work, our institutions, our society and ambitiously, ourselves! By coming together in this new space, we seek to re-examine the resilience of patriarchy ...
 
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In this juicy episode, Sharyn Holmes - gutsy leader, artist, speaker, sacred activist, earthshaker and writer - go deep into the roots of her Gutsy Girl work, her frustration and trauma around white women spiritual leaders, sovereignty and finding the courage (or the rage) to speak up. Sharyn's got an important PSA for white women leaders, so I ...…
 
In this episode, Canan and Laura reflect on the presence of patriarchy in the environments they grew up in, and how it influenced them and shaped who they are today as women, as well as their choices and their work. They talk about gender roles, taboos, sexuality, learnings as well as family memories, while referencing books and documentaries t ...…
 
In this episode we’re talking about Zootopia, so obviously things get a little heated. We talk about pop stars, why the patriarchy hurts everyone, nature vs nurture, and racial profiling.this very movie! This episode of Way Too Seriously is sponsored by: Support us on Patreon If you like us or if you want more, please support us on Patreon! Wan ...…
 
This episode is actually one of the first topics I ever thought to talk about when I created the show. And I weirdly kept putting it off. Whenever I tell someone what my podcast is about, I say something along the lines of it being a short history podcast about everyday things. And this particular topic has been the first thing that has popped ...…
 
Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture and over tea. Drink up! On this episode… We celebrate trans visibility day and ask are we simply tolerant of people’s differences or have we graduated to acceptance yet? We ask for trigger warnings, and review what the internet taught us about domestic violence ...…
 
Bill Hendricks: Well welcome to The Table podcast where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Bill Hendricks, Executive Director for Christian Leadership at the Hendricks Center. Today we want to look at really what is the dark side of culture and this is the whole topic of human trafficking. I want to get into this by telling a story. It’s ...…
 
In this episode we dish on everything International Women's Day and Women's Month. We delve into the basics of feminism, our feminist roots, and discuss some of the writers who opened our eyes to what feminism should look like. From Audre Lorde to the Feminine Mystique we discuss what it means to be a 'modern women' in 2018 and exactly what tha ...…
 
Exploring the triggers I have been facing on this podcasting and writing journey. Realizing how my own codependent tendencies run parallel with the larger collective malaise: a largely codependent society which enables a patriarchy. onbecomingmaria.blog
 
Is Patriarchy really an evil ?
 
Master storyteller Tim Winton on unlikely friendships, masculinity, and grace. --- “Hope deranges us. Hope breaks things and breaks things down. In order to change, things must be broken.” Tim Winton’s latest novel, The Shepherd’s Hut, opens with a quote from American poet Liam Rector’s “Song Years”: “Change is hard and hope is violent”. Contin ...…
 
Wherein Matt immediately exclaims that kids can’t tickle (and that he hates goat’s cheese), and we discuss the Patriarchy and The Oppressed Minority. We discuss (at length) the “Cricket Scandal”. Also; molluscs (and the words Dom can’t say), drinking alcohol at work. And: Soda-Stream of Consciousness. Plus: 12 Rules for Life - Chapter 3 https:/ ...…
 
Wherein Matt immediately exclaims that kids can’t tickle (and that he hates goat’s cheese), and we discuss the Patriarchy and The Oppressed Minority. We discuss (at length) the “Cricket Scandal”. Also; molluscs (and the words Dom can’t say), drinking alcohol at work. And: Soda-Stream of Consciousness. Plus: 12 Rules for Life - Chapter 3 https:/ ...…
 
Today Robyn and Stuart start to worry if they're sharing too many pictures of their kids on social media. There is also a discussion of A Squash and a Squeeze by the Gruffalo people, where Robyn comes up with a MUCH BETTER VERSION. Plus: Where do baddies come from? Is Stuart really this obnoxious? Can an Amazon reviewer dismantle the patriarchy ...…
 
Emily Yates spent the first part of her adult life as an army public affairs minion, writing heartwarming news stories about the Iraq War to help build fellow soldiers’ morale. Two years after her release from the military in 2008, she learned to play the ukulele, and decided to merge her dual passions for writing and music. Quickly realizing t ...…
 
Inside the patriarchy I thought I had the wrong body, wrong skin color and wrong gender. Nope! It's the patriarchy that has had it wrong all along about so many of us. onbecomingmaria.blog
 
Good and bad looks from RBG and Ivanka, respectively. The New York Times and National Geographic are reckoning with their legacies of racism and sexism in very different ways. A digression into Game of Thrones, Age of Adaline and the very dimply Michiel Huisman. An update from Patti Masciesz aka @artpatti on how CYG listeners have been billing ...…
 
Most of us think we know what feminism is. We thought we knew, too. However, after Christina and I began talking about it, we realized that we both grew up with very different pictures of feminism. So we wondered...how has feminism evolved over the years? What do our friends think about it? Is feminism still relevant? Is feminism inclusive of a ...…
 
What does love mean to you? What is love like when it comes from a space of masculinity are we able to navigate love or self-love in general in the age of patriarchy. How can women play a role in love?
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: If I Knew You Were Going to Be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You GoAuthor: Judy ChicurelNarrator: Emily Woo ZellerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-30-14Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.Ratings: 4.5 ...…
 
This episode, we throw off the shackles of the patriarchy and turn Kalen and Emily into real gamer girls. In the latest Zelda game, they overcome vicious foes, mind boggling puzzles, and never quite figure out how to use the camera. Music by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com
 
Conversations around guns having taken an intense turn since early February. In this episode I address that along with the misapplication of a religious axiom, often used by the misinformed to harm women.By wdw2@nyu.edu (Suhaib Webb).
 
Hi, I'm Kerry Baldwin, and I'm an independent researcher and writer with a degree in Philosophy from Arizona State University. My research focuses on the philosophical thought of liberty, and particularly in finding an alternative to patriarchialism, feminism, egalitarianism, and complementarianism through a theologically reformed perspective. ...…
 
Welcome to the Intersection of Things! The Internet is a strange place. It’s full of unexpected intersections. We don’t just mean finding yourself at the Wiki page on turtle-breeding when you started at the history of curling. We mean when how technology and social change collide. This is a fortnightly podcast tackling technology issues from a ...…
 
Today we take a look at an article featuring Mia Khalifa, ex-pornstar and Lance Armstrong, tour De France Winner and infamous doper. We talk about NO REGRETS! We talk about Nyan Cat, America, ISIS, and the patriarchy! GOD BLESS PODCASTING!
 
I originally had another episode scheduled for this week, but after this pet peeve getting re-activated, I couldn't not cover this topic right away. "BUT IT'S NOT ALL MEN!" I can't even begin to describe how often I hear people, especially other white women, subtly aggressive line in response to women sharing their stories of having been harass ...…
 
Can we pick the Best Picture winner based on the trailer, and socio-political climate only? The Darkest Hour approaches and it’s time has come for us to Post our thoughts on the Best Picture nominees for the 2018 Oscars. Will the host Call Me By Your Name, or tell you to Get Out? Who will get to add those magic words to their Three Billboards p ...…
 
A fantasy realm is made worse By not being somewhat diverse. I speak of The Sims, And with pseudonyms About these issues we’ll converse. Kyeli feels like a bad feminist for creating a male sim in a male-dominated profession. At the root is the difference between hating men and hating the patriarchy. Thanks for listening to The Dervish and the M ...…
 
The fourth episode of Voices from SA is an interview with the young South African author Yamkela Tywakadi, the author of ten books. She has written in both isiXhosa and isiZulu and some of these works are on the school curriculum in South Africa. She recently published her first English novel entitled “Lies in Her Boots”. Yamkela was raised by ...…
 
On the podcast this month I’m talking about menstrual suppression: Why menstruators choose to suppress their periods and what happens when we do. On the blog, I wanted to review your natural options for period problems. Depending on where you stand with your reasons and needs, there are solutions specific to your needs. As a Doctor of Natural M ...…
 
Apparently the race to Mars is really just about men wanting to control and dominate women. I know, I thought it was about resources and exploration and adventure to. Nope. According to Marcie Bianco, its all about sexism. Marcie is insane. Yes, gender inequality is a thing. Some men still see women as objects to control and dominate. The work ...…
 
Bloomberg Markets with Carol Massar and Cory Johnson.\u0010\u0010GUESTS:\u0010Joshua Green\u0010Bloomberg Businessweek Columnist\u0010Bloomberg News\u0010Discussing his Bloomberg Businessweek story "In Exile, Bannon Sounds #MeToo Alarm over Anti-Patriarchy Wave."\u0010\u0010Jeff T Green\u0010President/CEO/Founder\u0010Trade Desk Inc/The\u0010Di ...…
 
Dr. Marblestein and her assistant Eyewhore (actually Fritz not Igor in the original) discuss the novel "Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus" by the badass Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Its themes are strikingly relevant today and arguably for the rest of human history.____________________WORKS CITEDBritton, Ronald. "Mary Shelley's Frankenste ...…
 
This week on Theology Gals Coleen and Ashley continue their discussion with Rachel Miller on “Christian” or “Biblical” patriarchy. Episode Resources: What’s Wrong With Biblical Patriarchy Is Complementarian Just Another Word for Patriarchy? My Experience with Patriarchy Eternal Subordination of the Son and Biblical Patriarchy The Soul-numbing D ...…
 
This week on Theology Gals Coleen and Ashley continue their discussion with Rachel Miller on “Christian” or “Biblical” patriarchy. Episode Resources: What’s Wrong With Biblical Patriarchy Is Complementarian Just Another Word for Patriarchy? My Experience with Patriarchy Eternal Subordination of the Son and Biblical Patriarchy The Soul-numbing D ...…
 
On this episode of Adventure World, Abby and Maddie discuss the majestic mountains of the world and the badass patriarchy slamming ladies who don't need your help to conquer them. ALSO- find out what really happens when your Broadway dreams come true. Reality might surprise you.
 
Do the humane laws of modern nations derive from English Common Law? This is often asserted. Are modern concepts of fair play and humane treatment of others the result of the slowly evolving trial-and-error improvement of standards of behavior? Maybe it was the Age of Reason. Or should we thank the Enlightenment? Or attribute it to the suppress ...…
 
On this episode of Stuff I Don't Like, I'm joined by my friend Blanca to discuss how men are negatively affected by the patriarchy...ya heard right, I said men! Not only do we review the fabulous bell hooks book, "The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love," we also talk about dating, self-improvement and what we all can do to help the men ...…
 
Sistrionics – a Podcast about hard hitting issues with occasional reference to Donatella Versace, pregnancy and motherhood, the correct way to urinate in a public toilet whilst wearing a jump suit and of course the eventual defeat of the Patriarchy!Your hosts are the wonderful Pip Roper from Merseyside, England currently living and working in G ...…
 
Skincare became many feminist’s new form of self-care in 2017. But can we detoxify our way past the patriarchy?
 
When Susan Fowler released her astonishing memo lifting the lid on sexual harassment at Uber, which eventually led to the departure of CEO Travis Kalinick, Sarah Lacy was not surprised in the least. The founder of tech publication [i]Pando[/i] was one of the ride-hailing firm's first, and most vocal, critics – and, in 2014, became the subject o ...…
 
Buried Child Main Stage West February 2nd – 25th, 2018 Written By Sam Sheppard Directed by Elizabeth Craven Buried Child is a gothic tale of family secrets and lost inheritance. With epic themes, the play is shot through with hilarious comic moments delivering an entertaining and profound evening of theater. This winner of 1979 Pulitzer Prize f ...…
 
In episode 15 the ladies celebrate their podcast quinceañera with a special guest: Amie's Mom, Sandy! Partaking in homemade bloody mary's they get down to business talking wine, reality TV, the patriarchy, #MeToo and of course podcasts. Get ready to laugh and learn as the ladies recap some of their favorite podcasts of the week! 0:00 Intros 2:0 ...…
 
This week, we have 3 stories from Greek Mythology, each of which show that the Gods are the worst. Appearances by Salmoneus, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Ares, Prometheus, Hestia, and the God we love to hate: Zeus. Topics include jealousy, the patriarchy and Korean food.
 
This week, we have 3 stories from Greek Mythology, each of which show that the Gods are the worst. Appearances by Salmoneus, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Ares, Prometheus, Hestia, and the God we love to hate: Zeus. Topics include jealousy, the patriarchy and Korean food.
 
There's a lot going on here: - Liam Neeson says #MeToo movement has turned into a witch-hunt. - Aziz Ansari gets accused of sexual assault but people are defending him this time, arguably with good reason. - We compare white privilege with the patriarchy, and discuss the problem with generalising issues across a diverse group of people.…
 
In this episode, Ryan and Erin get loose, bring down the patriarchy, talk about high school and college jobs, milk thieves, Iowa, a new segment called They Are Who We Thought They Were, conspiracy theories, Know Your Federalists, GOOP PRICE IS RIGHT, and No Buffets. Boom.By ryanconner@gmail.com (Ryan Conner).
 
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