Best Womensrights podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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This EndoLife
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From surgery to natural therapies, This EndoLife brings you guests who are challenging chronic illnesses and mental health issues in their own unique ways, and are changing lives with their inspiring work. Hosted by Jessica Duffin of This EndoLife.com.
 
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Something Was Wrong
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When Sara got engaged she thought she was marrying the Christian man of her dreams. Until one week before their wedding when she learned - something was wrong. Something Was Wrong is a docu-series podcast about the discovery, trauma and recovery of being engaged to a sociopath. Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. (@LookieBoo) All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. (@GladRagsMusic) Check out Sara’s personal blog, S ...
 
Find Meaning (On the Run) offers conversations with powerful and inspiring people in the world of sport and beyond, uncovering how they find meaning. The show demystifies what makes people tick and, as a result, how they achieve greatness. Hosted by Harlem-based sponsored athlete and activist, Alison Mariella Désir.
 
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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.
 
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The Rights Track
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The Rights Track podcast gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track. The podcast is hosted by Professor Todd Landman, a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. In our latest series, we take our podcast on the road to capture the voices, experiences and knowledge of people around the world who are part of the global coalition to end Modern Slavery b ...
 
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Two proud feminists, Steph and Kiersten, tackle the issues facing women and what it means to be a modern feminist. If you don't consider yourself a feminist, you might want to reconsider. "It's better to be a bad feminist, than no feminist at all." -Roxane Gay
 
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Women On A Mission
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A podcast that explores about what it means to be a woman who 100% unapologetically herself. Doing things differently isn’t easy (and neither is being a woman) but we all get by with a little help from our (girl)friends. The questions are unscripted and we get real with conversations about mommy guilt, perfectionism, learning how to say no, limiting beliefs, and more. Each of us has our own path but that doesn’t mean we can’t use a little inspiration and advice from other people who have bee ...
 
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High Dias
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Amari Indigo and Charmosa spark together post Burrito Assassin Skate Squad sessions, and drift into the world of ideas. Here they meander through the DamNations of the Internet, and pass through the Collective Vapours of Humanity to find what is Real. In other words: they get high, and have ideas. They have amazing guests. The structure is loose, meandering and conversational. Things have been known to get trippy. Music is shared. Personal stories are shared. Philosophy and dreams are shared ...
 
We are two chicks from LA who are incredibly inspired by the March For Our Lives and are ready to take even more ACTION! Let's dive into the issues and find actionable ways to contribute to making this world even more awesome.
 
Push Play is a series showcasing young women from around the world, telling stories of what sport means in their lives. Why they play. What they’ve overcome. How they change. From the inspired football star in Kilifi, Kenya to the resilient netballer in Mumbai, India each story is as powerful as the young woman who told and produced it. Each week we feature three young women telling their own story, in their own words. This series is brought to you by Women Win, a non-profit organisation emp ...
 
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Today is a long awaited episode - how to manage endometriosis at work with Clare Knox of See Her Thrive. I know I’m not the only one who struggled in the workplace with endometriosis, from explaining endometriosis to a boss to work place accomodations for the disease, it’s a grey area which causes a hell of a lot of anxiety for many of us. So I ...…
 
I remember the days when I popped codeine all the time - it made me feel sick, drowsy and would give me awful migraines! The doctors wanted to put me on a type of painkillers I’d have to take every single day to be effective, which would make me very drowsy and I just thought there had to be another way. These days I have a drawer full of go-to ...…
 
Today is a sort of part two to my first solo show about my endometriosis story. Last time I told you a lot more about the medical side of my experience - from my endometriosis diagnosis, symptoms and pretty bad experiences with surgery! Ultimately, that journey got me here - pretty much pain free most of the time, and if I do get pain, it’s onl ...…
 
Tiffany sits down with Sara and her sister Emily to answer listener questions and reflect on the season.
 
In Episode 4 of Series 4, we talk to the Right Reverend Dr Alastair Redfern, Chair of Trustees at Sarum College and, until recently, Bishop of Derby and member of the House of Lords committee which helped to frame the Modern Slavery Act 2015. 0.00 – 5.35 Todd begins by asking Dr. Redfern to describe the Clewer Initiative, and how he became invo ...…
 
Today is a bit different… After an overwhelming response from you guys, I’m bringing in a mix of guests and solo shows. So I thought I’d start with my personal endometriosis story. This episode covers my experiences of my first endometriosis symptoms, my diagnosis, my experience with endometriosis surgery and the desperation that led me to disc ...…
 
Ever heard of the ‘endometriosis diet’ and have been confused about what it actually is? Then this episode is for you. Today is a career (and life) highlight - I’m getting to talk to Take Control of Your Endometriosis author Henrietta Norton. Henrietta Norton’s book was at the very beginning of my holistic journey with endo, and it was her word ...…
 
Sara, Alissa and Tiffany discuss the discovery of Dick's ex girlfriends. Listeners bravely share their own stories of survival.
 
Sara, Alissa and Tiffany discover Dick is in a new relationship.
 
Sara reflects on her discovery of "Real Kimmy and Brian".
 
In today’s episode of This EndoLife podcast, I’m talking to the wonderful Kate McGoey of The Balance Blueprint. I met Kate at one of my first day retreats and was struck by her positive experience of mindfulness for chronic pain and her pursuit to help others with endometriosis experience the same benefits. Kate has endured seven surgeries, ext ...…
 
Today I’m talking to the incredible Elena of Onna and The Yoni Empire, all about endometriosis-associated dyspareunia, otherwise known as painful sex, and how we can move from healing pain to finally experiencing pleasure. Elena lived with vaginal pain - specifically vaginismus - for seven years before beginning a journey that would lead her to ...…
 
Today I’m speaking to the super inspiring Aubree Deimler, founder of Peace with Endo. Aubree is an Integrative Wellness Coach and helps people worldwide to manage pain, increase energy and find peace with endo. She’s also the best selling author of From Pain to Peace with Endo and has just released her new book, The Energetics of Endo. Aubree’s ...…
 
This episode is all about pelvic floor therapy for endometriosis and the huge role it can play in helping us live well with the disease. Heba Shaheed is the founder of The Pelvic Expert, an online platform that provides programmes and courses on pregnancy, birth recovery, chronic pelvic pain and menstrual issues - including endometriosis. Heba ...…
 
Sara continues to uncover Dick's lies.
 
Today I’m talking to Lisa Hendrickson-Jack, host of the Fertility Friday Podcast, Fertility Awareness Educator, Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner and author of newly released book The Fifth Vital Sign. Since a teenager, Lisa used the pill to cope with incredibly heavy bleeding and excruciating period pain. At 18, she decided to come off ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All the music this season is by the band, Glad Rags. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose linked in the show notes. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, zen mastery, support + story editing assistance. Thank you to my husband Michael and our three amaz ...…
 
In Episode 3 of Series 4 Dr Patricia Hynes from the University of Bedfiordshire and Patrick Burland, Senior Project Officer for Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery for the UN Migration Agency (IOM) discuss their research which looks to improve understanding of the causes, determinants and ‘vulnerabilities’ to human trafficking as well as the s ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All the music this season is by the band, Glad Rags. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose linked in the show notes. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, zen mastery, support + story editing assistance. Thank you to my husband Michael and our three amaz ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All the music this season is by the band, Glad Rags. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose linked in the show notes. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, zen mastery, support + story editing assistance. Thank you to my husband Michael and our three amaz ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Today’s epis ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Today’s epis ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Today’s epis ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Today’s epis ...…
 
Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Today’s epis ...…
 
When Sara got engaged, she thought she was marrying the Christian man of her dreams. Until the week before her wedding when she learned something was wrong. Coming 2019 - a true story docuseries podcast about the discovery, trauma and recovery of being engaged to a sociopath. Subscribe now and follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagr ...…
 
In Episode 2 of Series 4 of The Rights Track, Todd talks to Dan Vexler, Director of Programs at The Freedom Fund and asks the question “How do you fight slavery on the ground?” In an interview recorded on International Anti-Slavery Day We also hear from David Westlake and Steve Webster of The International Justice Missionabout their approach to ...…
 
In Episode 1 of Series 4 of The Rights Track, Todd is in the United States, where he interviews leading slavery experts Professor David Blight from Yale University and Professor John Stauffer from Harvard University about lessons from history that are applicable in today's fight to end modern slavery. He starts by talking to David Blight about ...…
 
Josie is a mental health counselor in training, yoga teacher and a salsera! On this episode, we catch up on how a panic attack led to a second career in mental health counseling and what she does to maintain her own self-care while tending to the needs of others. Josie has a great blog up on her site right now offering tips to survive the upcom ...…
 
On this episode, I speak with Latoya Shanutay Snell aka Running Fat Chef. Don't whisper the word "fat" either; Latoya actively claims that as part of her identity and is a vocal member of the body positivity movement. Latoya went viral last year after writing about her experience being heckled during the NYC marathon and has taken the world by ...…
 
Jor-El Caraballo is a southern bred, NYC made mental health professional who brings an affable and comfortable approach to his work with clients. Named after superman's father, he has lived up to the name by empowering people with tools to improve their mental health. Jor-El is truly one of the most kind and compassionate people I've met and we ...…
 
On this episode, I speak with Sean Peters, engineer, founder of My Body My Kitchen, my best friend and so much more! We met 14 years ago while at Columbia University in an a cappella group (shout out to Clefhangers) and I've had the pleasure of watching him transform his passions into a real life movement that empowers people to take control of ...…
 
On this episode, I speak with Leandrew and Lizzy, co-leaders of Unnamed Run Crew in Boston. Started as an an act of defiance, Unnamed was created to provide a space where everyone could feel comfortable. Noticing that the running community in Boston was particularly white and competitive, Leandrew created Unnamed Run Crew 3 years ago and has no ...…
 
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with Scott Douglas at the NYRR Run Center to tackle my favorite topic - the connection between mental health and movement. Scott Douglas is a contributing editor for Runner's World and author or co-author of seven running books, including Meb for Mortals and Running Is My Therapy and I'm the l ...…
 
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.
 
Stacey Younge is a licensed therapist with 9+ years of experience, an endurance athlete, and regularly writes and participates in conversations aimed at normalizing the experience of mental illness, particularly for black women and people of color. Stacey will be one of many licensed mental health professionals who will be participating in the ...…
 
On this episode, I speak with Rachel Gersten, a New York City therapist and health/wellness coach with a passion for helping people lead their healthiest lives possible. Rachel and I met on instagram (not surprising - that's how I seem to meet most people!) and instantly connected based on our shared belief in the importance of addressing menta ...…
 
I took a short (!) 4 months off to get my life together. More specifically - get married, run trail races around the country, graduate from Columbia University and get a position working as a Mental Health Counselor (dream job!), participate in get out the vote efforts with Black Voters Matter and plan The Midterm Run. On this episode I catch y ...…
 
Val and Kendra gush over the Com-Rom (yes we said what we said) of the year!!! Jordan Edward's killer was convicted, Texas believes in training students to interact with police officers, not the other way around, and Val plugs an amazing organization, SAYSN. Did we mention it's our SEASON 3 PREMIERE?!…
 
Alice Smith is the 23 year old Trustee and Young Ambassador for Endometriosis UK causing a well deserved stir in education. The UK Government is reviewing what should be taught in Sex & Relationship and PSHE lessons in England, and Alice thinks it's about time that menstrual wellbeing made it on the agenda. 14% of menstruators are starting thei ...…
 
Today I’m talking to Britt from Food Period - a start up company, which in my opinion, is revolutionary. Food Period make 'moon bites'; natural and nutritious energy balls, which contain specific seeds that are used in the nutrition protocol known as 'seed syncing', which helps balance our hormones and create easier, healthier periods. As I’ve ...…
 
In Episode 8, guest host Zoe Trodd, Director of The Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham interviews regular Rights Track host Todd Landman about taking a human rights approach to researching and tackling modern slavery. They reflect together on why this is important to their programme of research aiming to end modern slavery and on the im ...…
 
In this week's podcast, I have the privilege of speaking to the wonderful Kristy Curry. Not only is Kristy super kind and lovely to chat to, she's also the co-founder of Flutter Health, the mobile endometriosis symptom tracking app that lets you track your period and journal your endometriosis symptoms, to better manage the disease. This is far ...…
 
In this episode I’m talking to Kate Magic, founder and Creative Director of Raw Living, Europe’s leading raw food and super foods supplier. Kate is a well known raw foodie here in the UK, having written the UK’s first raw recipe book back in 2002 and the world’s first raw superfood book, Raw Magic. Kate has now launched her latest book, The Emp ...…
 
In this episode I’m talking to Cori Smith about his experience of endometriosis as a trans man and how we can make the endometriosis community a safer, more supportive place for transgender and non-binary people and others who do not identify as cis female with endometriosis. Cori is currently launching a lawsuit against medical institute in Ne ...…
 
In Episode 7 we talk about the perpetrators of slavery with Austin Choi - Fitzpatrick, author of What Slave Holders Think - How Contemporary perpetrators rationalise what they do. 00.00 - 06.06 Discussion of what drew Austin to research the perpetrators of slavery: not enough known about them and their relationship with the people they hold in ...…
 
Our opening Season 3 episode is with the organic period subscription start-up TOTM. TOTM make tampons, pads and cups that are kinder to your vagina and are both sustainable and made without all the chemicals you find in your everyday period products. I talk to the lovely Fee and Alex about how TOTM started and why the founders were so passionat ...…
 
Everyone needs a friend like Talisa Hayes in their life! A fitness instructor and personal trainer, you may also know Talisa as a dedicated member of Harlem Run's leadership. Talisa has run 19 ultramarathons (earning her nickname and IG handle "ultrarunningchick") and was set to retire from the distance last week at the Northface Endurance Chal ...…
 
Val and Kendra's take on Ta-Nehisi Coates' take on Kanye. They discuss the trauma of viral police killing videos and the piece of art "This is America" from Childish Gambino. And conclude season 2 with celebration of Native American and Black Excellence. **All articles from this episode can be found on allthis.org***If you can support us we wou ...…
 
I had the opportunity of a lifetime last week to interview Miss Ida Keeling at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. Let me say that again: I interviewed Miss Ida Keeling, the 102-year-old record holder in 60 meter and 100 meter distances for women in the 95-99 and 100-plus age groups, at the historic Schomburg Center in ...…
 
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