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Best Jessa Crispin podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Jessa Crispin podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Complicated conversations with complicated people about complicated topics. Let's get into the real mess of gender, feminism, punishment, class, politics, and culture and leave easy rhetoric and jingoism behind. Hosted by Jessa Crispin.
 
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Bad Astrologers
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Bad Astrologers is a collaboration between Amelia Quint and Jessa Crispin. It's a biweekly podcast that will give you a useful, unexpected look at the cultural, spiritual, literary, mythological world of the heavens. With combined decades of astrological and occult experience under their belts, this will be the antidote to Instagram astro.
 
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The Witch Wave
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The Witch Wave is a podcast for bewitching conversation about magic, creativity, and culture. On each episode, host Pam Grossman speaks with a leading visionary about art and Craft.
 
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Week In The Knees
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Morgan Spurlock, Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker and humorist, sits down with hilarious comedians, distinguished journalists, politicians and some of today's leading critical minds, to dissect, DAY-BY-DAY, the previous week’s noisiest and most neglected news stories.
 
The Ace Lady Network podcast is a place to discuss feminism and life, to get things off your tits and share what's getting you out of bed in the morning. Equal parts hilarity and rage, the show will introduce you to Ace Ladies from around NZ and discuss what it is to be an Ace Lady.
 
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Twitter is full of Nazis, Facebook is facilitating genocide, YouTube is, well, also full of Nazis but also child pornography. How did social media get here, or was it always this bad? And why are we all still on it? And what the hell is wrong with Mark Zuckerberg? Jacob Silverman is the author of Terms of Service, and he joins us to discuss. ht ...…
 
Dorothea Lasky is a poet who has published five full-length collections of poetry including Milk, Thunderbird, and Rome and a new book of essays called Animal, as well as appearing in various literary journals and illustrious publications like The New Yorker, Paris Review, and American Poetry Review. She and Alex Dmitrov together are the Astro ...…
 
Jessa talks to Brandon Scott, currently the City Council President and hopefully the next mayor of Baltimore, to talk about how the language of politics can become the language of exclusion. We discuss how to treat gun violence as a public health issue, why we should lower the voting age to 16, and how to think about the prison abolition moveme ...…
 
Jessa talks to Brandon Scott, currently the City Council President and hopefully the next mayor of Baltimore, to talk about how the language of politics can become the language of exclusion. We discuss how to treat gun violence as a public health issue, why we should lower the voting age to 16, and how to think about the prison abolition moveme ...…
 
Jessa talks to Brandon Scott, currently the City Council President and hopefully the next mayor of Baltimore, to talk about how the language of politics can become the language of exclusion. We discuss how to treat gun violence as a public health issue, why we should lower the voting age to 16, and how to think about the prison abolition moveme ...…
 
What's behind the recent backlash against astrology? Amelia and Jessa discuss the inevitable bust cycle following the astro boom. Support us on Patreon for bonus episodes, birth chart Q&A's, and more! http://patreon.com/badastro Instagram & Twitter: @badastrologers Email: badastrologers@gmail.com Artwork: Jen May…
 
With the revelations about the abuses of Harvey Weinstein and others like him came a scramble to uncover the misdeeds of other powerful men. Some people did this for noble reasons. Others wanted to make a name for themselves. In this episode, Jessa talks with Laura La Rosa, a Darug and Calabrian writer in Australia, about a controversy that ove ...…
 
With the revelations about the abuses of Harvey Weinstein and others like him came a scramble to uncover the misdeeds of other powerful men. Some people did this for noble reasons. Others wanted to make a name for themselves. In this episode, Jessa talks with Laura La Rosa, a Darug and Calabrian writer in Australia, about a controversy that ove ...…
 
With the revelations about the abuses of Harvey Weinstein and others like him came a scramble to uncover the misdeeds of other powerful men. Some people did this for noble reasons. Others wanted to make a name for themselves. In this episode, Jessa talks with Laura La Rosa, a Darug and Calabrian writer in Australia, about a controversy that ove ...…
 
Chelsea Wolfe is a musician with six critically acclaimed full-length albums under her belt. Though her sound spans various genres from goth rock to electronica to folk melancholia, what remains consistent is her romantically dark witchy vibe and lyrics that seem sprouted from a surreal and mysterious mindscape. On this episode, Chelsea talks a ...…
 
What makes a feminist artist feminist? Is it just by being a woman and political? Is it something to do with the art itself, must it carry a specific feminist message? Jessa speaks with artist Jen May about how her politics align -- and don't -- with her collages, and how her political development coincided with her artistic development. Suppor ...…
 
What makes a feminist artist feminist? Is it just by being a woman and political? Is it something to do with the art itself, must it carry a specific feminist message? Jessa speaks with artist Jen May about how her politics align -- and don't -- with her collages, and how her political development coincided with her artistic development. Suppor ...…
 
What makes a feminist artist feminist? Is it just by being a woman and political? Is it something to do with the art itself, must it carry a specific feminist message? Jessa speaks with artist Jen May about how her politics align -- and don't -- with her collages, and how her political development coincided with her artistic development. Suppor ...…
 
For Halloween, Amelia and Jessa talk about their favorite she-demon and astrology placement, Lilith, unpacking who she is in myths, legends, birth charts, and horoscopes. Support us on Patreon for bonus episodes, birth chart Q&A's, and more! http://patreon.com/badastro Instagram & Twitter: @badastrologers Email: badastrologers@gmail.com Artwork ...…
 
Before DNA testing, the father was, ultimately, a question mark. Because paternity was always in question, there were legal, familial, societal, and national interest in finding ways either to definitely prove paternity or to disprove it. Nara Milanich joins Jessa to discuss how while patriarchy is dependent on the father to reproduce itself it ...…
 
Before DNA testing, the father was, ultimately, a question mark. Because paternity was always in question, there were legal, familial, societal, and national interest in finding ways either to definitely prove paternity or to disprove it. Nara Milanich joins Jessa to discuss how while patriarchy is dependent on the father to reproduce itself it ...…
 
Before DNA testing, the father was, ultimately, a question mark. Because paternity was always in question, there were legal, familial, societal, and national interest in finding ways either to definitely prove paternity or to disprove it. Nara Milanich joins Jessa to discuss how while patriarchy is dependent on the father to reproduce itself it ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Nathalie Olah about her new book, Steal As Much As You Can and the bland cultural landscape, created by upper classes and dominated by middle class taste. They talk about the rising power of the university, the growing hostility of the alt-right toward art, and the how the new culture wars aren't between left and right but bet ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Nathalie Olah about her new book, Steal As Much As You Can and the bland cultural landscape, created by upper classes and dominated by middle class taste. They talk about the rising power of the university, the growing hostility of the alt-right toward art, and the how the new culture wars aren't between left and right but bet ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Nathalie Olah about her new book, Steal As Much As You Can and the bland cultural landscape, created by upper classes and dominated by middle class taste. They talk about the rising power of the university, the growing hostility of the alt-right toward art, and the how the new culture wars aren't between left and right but bet ...…
 
In this episode, Amelia and Jessa dive into the deep waters of Venus in Pisces, exploring its energy through the lives of the very best (and occasionally worst) famous figures who have it in their natal charts, from Teresa of Avila to Kurt Cobain. Support us on Patreon for bonus episodes, birth chart Q&A's, and more! http://patreon.com/badastro ...…
 
Jessa speaks with cultural critic, academic, and leftist thinker Yasmin Nair about the exploitative, dumbed down, and click-baity hot take culture in which we all consume. They discuss trying to write and think in a sea of opinion, the way leftist magazines take advantage of young writers, and how readers can take responsibility for the world c ...…
 
Jessa speaks with cultural critic, academic, and leftist thinker Yasmin Nair about the exploitative, dumbed down, and click-baity hot take culture in which we all consume. They discuss trying to write and think in a sea of opinion, the way leftist magazines take advantage of young writers, and how readers can take responsibility for the world c ...…
 
Jessa speaks with cultural critic, academic, and leftist thinker Yasmin Nair about the exploitative, dumbed down, and click-baity hot take culture in which we all consume. They discuss trying to write and think in a sea of opinion, the way leftist magazines take advantage of young writers, and how readers can take responsibility for the world c ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Justin Ward about the disappearance of the working class journalist. With local, small, and alternative newspapers folding, there are fewer avenues for people who want to be journalists to learn the trade except for in expensive, exclusive, and elitist university systems. How has that changed media coverage of politics and the ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Justin Ward about the disappearance of the working class journalist. With local, small, and alternative newspapers folding, there are fewer avenues for people who want to be journalists to learn the trade except for in expensive, exclusive, and elitist university systems. How has that changed media coverage of politics and the ...…
 
Jessa speaks with Justin Ward about the disappearance of the working class journalist. With local, small, and alternative newspapers folding, there are fewer avenues for people who want to be journalists to learn the trade except for in expensive, exclusive, and elitist university systems. How has that changed media coverage of politics and the ...…
 
Are all earth signs dull, lazy, and greedy? Amelia and Jessa add some cultural context to the conversation around star sign stereotypes for Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn as they confirm and deny the biggest rumors about each one. Support us on Patreon for bonus episodes, birth chart Q&A's, and more! http://patreon.com/badastro Instagram & Twitte ...…
 
On the inaugural episode of “Public Intellectual,” Jessa Crispin invites writer & cultural critic Laura Kipnis to discuss her book, “Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus,” the visceral political responses the book created, and the misinterpretations of Kipnis’ newest ideas.By Jessa Crispin
 
On the inaugural episode of “Public Intellectual,” Jessa Crispin invites writer & cultural critic Laura Kipnis to discuss her book, “Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus,” the visceral political responses the book created, and the misinterpretations of Kipnis’ newest ideas.By Jessa Crispin
 
On the inaugural episode of “Public Intellectual,” Jessa Crispin invites writer & cultural critic Laura Kipnis to discuss her book, “Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus,” the visceral political responses the book created, and the misinterpretations of Kipnis’ newest ideas.By Jessa Crispin
 
Jessa invites Breanne Fahs, Professor of Women and Gender Studies at Arizona State University and author of Out for Blood: Essays on Menstruation and Resistance, onto Public Intellectual to discuss Radical Feminism and it’s place in the canon of Feminist thought. Together, they talk about the Feminist Bogeyman, “too–muchness,” and the legacy of ...…
 
Jessa invites Breanne Fahs, Professor of Women and Gender Studies at Arizona State University and author of Out for Blood: Essays on Menstruation and Resistance, onto Public Intellectual to discuss Radical Feminism and it’s place in the canon of Feminist thought. Together, they talk about the Feminist Bogeyman, “too–muchness,” and the legacy of ...…
 
Jessa invites Breanne Fahs, Professor of Women and Gender Studies at Arizona State University and author of Out for Blood: Essays on Menstruation and Resistance, onto Public Intellectual to discuss Radical Feminism and it’s place in the canon of Feminist thought. Together, they talk about the Feminist Bogeyman, “too–muchness,” and the legacy of ...…
 
Jessa invites Michelle Tea, author of “Modern Tarot: Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards” and “Black Wave,” onto the show to discuss Tarot’s relevance and application in the modern era. They get into the Patriarchal origins of Tarot, its representations of masculinity and femininity, and how Tarot’s been redesigned ...…
 
Jessa invites Michelle Tea, author of “Modern Tarot: Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards” and “Black Wave,” onto the show to discuss Tarot’s relevance and application in the modern era. They get into the Patriarchal origins of Tarot, its representations of masculinity and femininity, and how Tarot’s been redesigned ...…
 
Jessa invites Michelle Tea, author of “Modern Tarot: Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards” and “Black Wave,” onto the show to discuss Tarot’s relevance and application in the modern era. They get into the Patriarchal origins of Tarot, its representations of masculinity and femininity, and how Tarot’s been redesigned ...…
 
Jessa made a joke on twitter saying that she wanted to write a book called “Heterosexuality is a Fucking Nightmare.” She received an e-mail from another user intrigued by the idea, Indiana Seresin, encouraging her to write the book. They began corresponding on the topic, discussing things like desire, love, sociology, consent, personal stories ...…
 
Jessa made a joke on twitter saying that she wanted to write a book called “Heterosexuality is a Fucking Nightmare.” She received an e-mail from another user intrigued by the idea, Indiana Seresin, encouraging her to write the book. They began corresponding on the topic, discussing things like desire, love, sociology, consent, personal stories ...…
 
Jessa made a joke on twitter saying that she wanted to write a book called “Heterosexuality is a Fucking Nightmare.” She received an e-mail from another user intrigued by the idea, Indiana Seresin, encouraging her to write the book. They began corresponding on the topic, discussing things like desire, love, sociology, consent, personal stories ...…
 
Jessa invites Zak Mucha, author of Emotional Abuse: A Manual For Self-Defense, onto Public Intellectual to discuss straight white men and the crisis of masculinity. They talk about masculine expectations, the nature and nurturing of masculinity in our society, the role of women in men’s lives, the relationship between class and masculinity, and ...…
 
Jessa invites Zak Mucha, author of Emotional Abuse: A Manual For Self-Defense, onto Public Intellectual to discuss straight white men and the crisis of masculinity. They talk about masculine expectations, the nature and nurturing of masculinity in our society, the role of women in men’s lives, the relationship between class and masculinity, and ...…
 
Jessa invites Zak Mucha, author of Emotional Abuse: A Manual For Self-Defense, onto Public Intellectual to discuss straight white men and the crisis of masculinity. They talk about masculine expectations, the nature and nurturing of masculinity in our society, the role of women in men’s lives, the relationship between class and masculinity, and ...…
 
Jessa invites author Bruce Benderson onto the show to discuss the disappearance of the spinster/grandma in film and how women’s roles have changed with the rise of feminism. In film and in real life, why are all women now supposed to have it all? Why do they have to be sexually, financially, & romantically fulfilled? Why is the romantic love th ...…
 
Jessa invites author Bruce Benderson onto the show to discuss the disappearance of the spinster/grandma in film and how women’s roles have changed with the rise of feminism. In film and in real life, why are all women now supposed to have it all? Why do they have to be sexually, financially, & romantically fulfilled? Why is the romantic love th ...…
 
Jessa invites author Bruce Benderson onto the show to discuss the disappearance of the spinster/grandma in film and how women’s roles have changed with the rise of feminism. In film and in real life, why are all women now supposed to have it all? Why do they have to be sexually, financially, & romantically fulfilled? Why is the romantic love th ...…
 
Jessa invites author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (The End Of San Francisco) onto Public Intellectual to discuss the transgender military ban & the role of marginalized people in challenging dominant institutions of oppression, specifically the American Military & marriage. Does being accepted into these institutions count as social progress? Is ...…
 
Jessa invites author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (The End Of San Francisco) onto Public Intellectual to discuss the transgender military ban & the role of marginalized people in challenging dominant institutions of oppression, specifically the American Military & marriage. Does being accepted into these institutions count as social progress? Is ...…
 
Jessa invites author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (The End Of San Francisco) onto Public Intellectual to discuss the transgender military ban & the role of marginalized people in challenging dominant institutions of oppression, specifically the American Military & marriage. Does being accepted into these institutions count as social progress? Is ...…
 
Jessa invites Irish author Mia Gallagher (Beautiful Pictures of the Lost Homeland) onto Public Intellectual for a thoughtful discussion on what it means to be a fiction writer in these strange times. Together, they talk about Mia's work, identity and consequences in writing, gender, historical responsibility, and the brilliance of post-war Germ ...…
 
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