Best Slutshaming podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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SexThink
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SexThink gets people talking about what they are not talking about – pushing past the comfortable boundaries that often define the usual conversation when it comes to sex in America. With an intellectual and political twist that is still sexy, provocative and fun, hosts Chanel Preston and Rob Nelson challenge conventional thinking and explore beyond the common narrative on all things sex related.
 
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SexThink
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SexThink gets people talking about what they are not talking about – pushing past the comfortable boundaries that often define the usual conversation when it comes to sex in America. With an intellectual and political twist that is still sexy, provocative and fun, hosts Chanel Preston and Rob Nelson challenge conventional thinking and explore beyond the common narrative on all things sex related.
 
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All This
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Val and Kendra comment on pop culture and current events, from their popular website allthis.org, while providing a historical and intersectional context.
 
A podcast that celebrates and discovers what makes women interesting, innovative and inspirational.
 
Rhonda Orr is the president and founder of Rhonda's STOP BULLYING Foundation. On this podcast, she expands on the newspaper advice columns she writes with Dr. Cheri L. McDonald, "Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri.." Rhonda speaks directly to you, with real-world, actionable advice.
 
Beat’s Trish, Paula and Shonagh have caught up for a cuppa and a chat – where no topic is out of bounds. Eavesdrop on our girls as everyday issues affecting women across the South East and beyond are laid bare.
 
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Bettina Arndt
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Bettina Arndt has become a leading social commentator and passionate advocate for a fairer deal for men and boys.
 
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We're taking a stand on Beat Girl Talk this week. It’s time to start praising girls from a young age for things other than their looks. We’ve got so much more going for us than just our appearance.We're also welcoming The Takeover's Emma Nolan into the conversation as our special guest.
 
Regret can be a powerful emotion. When that negative feeling remains unresolved over time, it may grow to feel overwhelming. Today, we have a letter from a man who is feeling regret. Years ago, he failed to stand up for a friend. He wishes he had, and it’s been on his mind for all this time. What can he do now? What should he do?…
 
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in six years of writing the column with Dr. Cheri, it’s that bullies can be found everywhere. This week’s letter proves that. It’s from a girl whose sister is a bully as threatening as any stranger she might encounter at school. Her sister is just plain scary. And her parents don’t seem to care. What can she do?…
 
Songwriter Baby talked to me about why the R Kelly documentary didn't have the same effect as the Harvey Weinstein allegations and what it's like to write songs as a mother to be.https://www.instagram.com/babythesixhttps://www.instagram.com/thesixmcr
 
The world has become a different place over the past decade, with people having far more access to information than ever before. On this episode of Beat Girl Talk, we'll be looking at some of the biggest true crime stories that have taken Ireland & the world by storm.Why have we become so obsessed with it all? In a strange twist, some have said ...…
 
This week, roasting makes another appearance on our show. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s where someone goes on social media and invites people to “roast,” or insult them. It may start out funny as friends make harmless comments, but once the request gets outside that circle, strangers will say some pretty awful things.This week, we got a lett ...…
 
Ever heard of FOMO? It’s the Fear of Missing Out, and it’s usually caused by spending too much time on social media, watching what othes are doing. Some people get so wrapped up in their friends’ lives—as shown online, which isn’t necessarily reality—that they begin to neglect their own lives. That’s what has one mother worried this week. She f ...…
 
Being a single mom is tough. I know—I’ve been one. But it’s even harder when that child grows up and claims you’ve had a bad impact on their life. It shakes you to your core to find out that your child, for whom you thought you were doing your best, believes you failed. This week, we heard from a mom who just found out that her 26-year-old son, ...…
 
We all carry those shameful secrets in life - maybe you haven't seen an all-time classic movie, or you have a habit of brushing your teeth before you eat and you're too afraid to admit it to anyone?Paula, Trish & Shonagh bare all in this episode of Girl Talk as they share their shameful life secrets!What's your shameful secret?…
 
The controversy over legal abortion is raging, and politicians are once again debating what to do about it. Often left out of that debate, though, is the impact on the family that an abortion can have. This week, we heard from a mother who is distraught over her daughter’s decision to have a late-term abortion. She’s unhappy that her daughter w ...…
 
Beat’s Girl Talk podcast is back! Trish, Paula & Shonagh have caught up for a cuppa and a chat - where no topic is out of bounds. This week on Girl Talk the girls brought in their honorary member - Mr Niall Power from Beat Breakfast! They have gone back in time to talk about the events that rocked their world. Where were they? What do they reme ...…
 
One of the great injustices in our society is the way that men are treated versus women when it comes to sexual activity. Men are given a pass—even treated as though they’ve made conquests—if they’re promiscuous. Women, on the other hand, are looked down upon if they are even believed to have had multiple sex partners. And this so-called “slut- ...…
 
Bosses are often the source of heartburn for their employees. But sometimes, they go further than that and use the power to become bullies. We heard from a woman this week who said her supervisor not only bullied her, but then said she needed to be given compassion training. She’s understandably frustrated.…
 
This week on Girl Talk, we're letting the world know 'we are not what we wear!'It's unfortunate that in 2019 we still have to say this, but we do.Writer, therapist and gay activist John Weed gave his take on the debate and it has shaken the world.So much so that over 15k retweets have been shared since his original post in 2017.On this episode, ...…
 
If you’re a parent, you may not be all that savvy about the goofy – and often dangerous – stuff being promoted on social media. A while back, it was all about eating laundry detergent pods. Now kids are being asked to take dares by a character named Momo. Momo is a viral challenge that asks people to add a contact via WhatsApp. Then they’re enc ...…
 
Marijuana use is a divisive topic these days, with some people saying it’s harmless and pushing to legalize it. Others point to scientific research that shows it causes significant health risks. One thing is certain: pot is definitely harmful to kids. The American College of Pediatricians said, “the risks of its use by youth are grave.” A mom w ...…
 
This week on Girl Talk, Trish, Paula, and Shonagh take shot with cupid's arrow as they chat about all things romance!
 
Should a couple live together before they get married? If you listen to this show, you know my answer is No. But—if they do—how long should they wait? Some men seem to keep finding excuses to put it off for years. In fact, that’s one of the reasons I think it's a bad idea: because the couple gets all the benefits without any of the responsibili ...…
 
It’s pretty well documented that millennials don’t have any particular loyalty toward employers. A recent Gallup report on millennials found that 21% say they've changed jobs within the past year, which is more than three times the rate of the rest of the workforce. That’s a definitely not how their parents were brought up. But how much job-hop ...…
 
If you were talking to your teen self, what advice would you give them? Would you be proud?This week on Girl Talk, Trish, Paula, and Shonagh head for the time machine and write an emotional letter to their 16-year-old selves.
 
Sexual assault has many horrible effects. But one that no one talks much about is when victims feel like they should keep quiet because they don’t want to make waves in their family. Or worse, when they’re afraid they won’t be believed. This week’s letter is from a teenage rape victim who hasn’t told anyone and isn’t sure she should.…
 
On this week's episode, Paula, Shonagh & Trish brought Vinny into the studio to get his perspective on the controversial Gillette advert, we also checked out the reaction on social media!
 
One of the most common –and harmful—ways kids bully each other is over social media. That’s followed closely by texting.And when they do it, they usually list a litany of things the person being targeted could do … such as “go kill yourself.” Then the bully may typically end the message with J-K .. for just kidding. But J-K does not make it O-K ...…
 
On this episode, Rhonda takes on the age-old disagreement between girls and their parents: What clothes are too sexy to wear in public? A letter from a dad has him wondering if he's too old-fashioned, but Rhonda explains why modesty never goes out of style.
 
This week on Girl Talk, we bring Darren Rice on for our first episode of 2019 where we chat about new year's resolutions, the Rugby World Cup and the best gigs of the year ahead.
 
Laura Coryton spoke to me about her guide to campaigning Speak Up! As well as the power of female friendships and forging political spaces for voices that aren't usually heard.Pre-Order Laura's book:https://www.foyles.co.uk/witem/childrens/speak-up,laura-coryton-9781405294690Sign the latest Tampon Tax Petition:https://www.change.org/p/philip-ha ...…
 
If you have a truly indecisive child, you know it can be maddening. This week’s letter is from a mom whose daughter won’t make up her mind about anything. How can Mom get her to learn to stop waffling and make decisions? That’s what Rhonda talks about in this episode.
 
What do you do with kids who talk back? They rarely accept what a parent tells them without an argument. And that can be difficult. This week, we heard from a mother who has finally resorted to using a phrase she promised herself she’d never say.
 
This week on Girl Talk, we bring Niall Power on for our Christmas Special where we chat about all things festive on the telly, Strictly Come Dancing and the Spice Girls!
 
It's been 100 episodes for "Bullying, Life and Stuff with Rhonda Orr," and she takes some time to talk about how the show came about, a look back at some favorite topics, and a look forward at some yet to come.
 
Values define people and their behavior. But many people can’t define their values. Teens, especially, struggle to decide what they believe … and it’s all-the-more difficult because society’s values are not the ones most of us would want our kids to have. One woman wrote to us this week with questions about why her granddaughter doesn’t seem to ...…
 
Pornography is a much bigger deal than many people realize.It’s not harmless. It causes rifts in relationships. It objectifies the subjects, usually women. And it can lead those who treat it as a fantasy to reject real intimacy when they feel it’s too much trouble. One mom who caught her young son with porn wants to know what she can do about i ...…
 
This week on Girl Talk, we chat about women who chose to marry themselves, because not everyone feels they need a partner to put a ring on it...If that isn't enough, we also chat about the new craze of throwing a divorce/breakup party!
 
Being a victim of bullying hurts. But what hurts even worse is when a victim is punished for reporting that they’ve been bullied. It may surprise you to find out it happens, but it’s true: parents sometimes punish their kids who tell authorities they are being abused. This week, we heard from a mom whose husband did just that to their daughter.…
 
Have you ever NOT been invited to an event that you expected to go to? It sure can hurt, especially when your friends all seem to be going. This week, we received a letter from a girl who wasn’t asked to attend her friend’s sweet 16 birthday party. She found out why—and now she’s wondering if it’s too late to turn things around.…
 
This week, we chat about Miss Bumbum and being PC in today's society - have we gone too far?
 
You may not have heard of cutting, but it’s a widespread problem among young people, especially girls. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a cutter is someone who makes small cuts on body parts such as the wrists, arms, legs, stomach, and chest. They do it to try to relieve or cope with deep emotional pain. This week’s letter is from a girl whose ...…
 
Heard of catfishing? It’s when someone makes up an online persona and then uses it to gain another person’s trust. This week, we heard from the mother of a young woman who was catfished. The woman believed she had a boyfriend and even sent the scammer money. But the worst part is -- she didn’t believe she was being played, and lashed out agains ...…
 
This week, we chat about watching TV with your Grandparents when a sexy scene comes on & how the men in our lives cope when it's our time of the month!
 
If you’re a parent, you may have used Timeout as a form of discipline when your child was young. This week, we heard from a mom who is having some trouble getting the results she wants from Timeout. Timeout works. But you do need to do it the right way.
 
If you’ve ever had a conversation with a teenager, you have heard the answer “I don’t know” to a question you asked them. Of course, you know they DO know. They just don’t want to think of an actual answer. This week, we reminded a mom that “I don’t know” is not a real answer—and she shouldn’t just accept it when her teen says it.…
 
Do you value the things that make a person couth? You may not even know that word. It’s not used much anymore. It means someone who shows, or has, good manners or sophistication. This week, we heard from a woman whose mother doesn’t approve of her “uncouth” husband. But she says – she doesn’t care if her husband is refined. He’s fun and loves her.…
 
This week's Girl Talk is a special extended episode focusing on International Day of the Girl and our hugely successful Rise Event.The girls chat about issues women are facing today, and features some of our hugely impressive speakers at Rise 2018.Other subjects covered include body positivity, mental health, social media, resilience, and caree ...…
 
One of my biggest pet peeves is the way parents have become more concerned about being their kids’ friends - than being their parents. Being a real parent sometimes means making unpopular decisions. But trying to stay your child’s friend can make those decisions tough. Problem is, if you’re not willing to enforce rules when children are young, ...…
 
This week, we answered a letter about suicide.Suicides often lead to guilty feelings among survivors, and when a parent takes their own life, children frequently wonder if they’re to blame. Even older children may believe they could have stopped it, if only… That’s what’s bothering the girl who wrote us this week.…
 
Bumper pack sex chat talking about opening up conversations and breaking stigmas with Anouszka and Frankie from Project Pleasure. If you enjoyed this ep take a listen to more Project Pleasure:http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/transmission/radio-shows/project-pleasurehttps://twitter.com/Pro_Pleasure
 
In this episode, Trish, Shonagh & Paula chat about Irish Female Drinking Culture and TV Talent Shows, bringing All Ireland Talent Show finalist Kolyn Byrne aka Joanna Ryde into the studio.
 
Val and Kendra discuss the origins of the word queer and how a slur moved to be empowering and even revolutionary. We would love to hear how you all relate to, despise, or ignore the word. We also shout-out a Houston organization that is doing amazing things.
 
Brilliant historian Sumita Mukherjee talks about the Indian women who were fundamental to winning women in the UK the vote. How being left out of history affects women's place in society and why intersectionality in education is so important. Find Sumita on Twitter:https://twitter.com/smukherjee_hist Read her book:https://global.oup.com/academi ...…
 
Do you recall the days when common courtesy was common? You know—saying, please and thank you, or excuse me. Those very basic standards are disappearing. And it’s unfortunate. A grandfather wrote to Rhonda asking what can be done to bring common courtesy back.
 
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