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Whether it’s tagging along with Michael Burnham on her adventures aboard the Discovery or joining Jean-Luc Picard as he returns to the digital airwaves, Feminist Frequency’s Star Trek Podcast is here to dig deeper into every moment of modern Star Trek with you and have fun doing it. From deep analysis of storylines and themes to consideration of hairstyles and the handling of alien cultures, we cover it all, and we regularly beam aboard some insightful special guests to help us (and you) get ...
 
Tabletop Tiddies is a weekly queer and feminist TTRPG podcast company based out of beautiful British Columbia, Canada, run by people of marginalized genders. Listen each week as the players: Emily, Kelly, Rachel and Sara, take on Dungeon Master Charlene's puzzles and adventures for Season Two of our Dungeons and Dragons campaign: "Into The Revelia". "Tiddies By Night" is Tabletop Tiddies’ brand new queer and feminist Vampire The Masquerade show, with a vampire coterie of supernatural investi ...
 
Every year, the Hallmark Channel delights cis-gender white people everywhere with predictable holiday movies starring thin, mildly attractive actors. While this seems like it would be a recipe for failure, Hallmark releases more and more movies each year and us white folks just gobble them up like a Christmas ham. Holiday-obsessed plus size influencer Maggie McGill reviews each new original Hallmark Channel move from now until December 25th with a fat, queer, feminist perspective.
 
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The Five Minute Advocate Podcast

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Australian perspectives on the week's neglected social aspects of life, too often ignored by economics-driven priorities. These undermine our options for good societies, not just growth. Eva Cox is a well-known sociologist and public feminist commentator with a long involvement in advocacy for more civil societies. Julie Macken has a wealth of experience as a journalist for AFR and New Matilda and has worked with a variety of non-profit organisations. Produced for community radio stations ac ...
 
Welcome to The Fourth Wave Podcast, a podcast named after the fourth wave of feminism, that discusses topics that affect women universally with the aim to inspire, empower, inform and celebrate the Woman of Today. Each episode we will give you information, strategies and ideas for living a life as your most empowered self. From career advice to sex advice to relationship advice to politics. No topic is off limits. Expect unscripted and uncensored conversations led by co-hosts and real life b ...
 
Coffee and Converse is for lifestyle entrepreneurs who are over the trendy tactics and ready for successful strategies to fast track their business and lifestyle goals. Hear from successful lifestyle entrepreneurs revealing their best strategies on all things business models, metrics, and making business work for them. We’ll deep dive into future-proofing and planning, focusing on the most impactful moves and the foundational fixes that most businesses need and miss. If you’re building a bus ...
 
Welcome to the Bechdel Theatre Podcast! Originally created as a Twitter campaign in 2015 by Beth Watson and now a 50-minute women-in-theatre audible feast. Bechdel Theatre is directly inspired by the famous Bechdel Test which looks at gender representation in film - only now British theatre is under the microscope... Co-hosted by Beth Watson and Pippa Sa - subscribe for special guests interviews, feminist challenges plus competitions to win exclusive theatre treats! Tweet us your thoughts at ...
 
An extension of the one woman stage play. Constance is all but forgotten in modern literature, despite being a celebrity in her time, an early feminist and a writer. When she is remembered, it is as the wife of Oscar Wilde. In this podcast, we explore Constance's life through excerpts and letters she wrote, put together with things we knew were happening in her life at the time. From leaving her mother's house in her teens through to just before her death, we trace the story of a fascinating ...
 
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One of our favorites from the past year, our interview with Malini Agarwal..... We're talking to a media mogul!! Malini Agarwal, aka MissMalini, is India's most famous blogger with a following of 7.5 million worldwide. We start out talking about how her "diplobrat" life growing up has helped shape her into the women she is today. Malini discusses l…
 
If you think of memberships as low tick offers to warm up your buyers for a high ticket offer, think again. Kelly Vrchota walks you through how to use memberships throughout your customer journey and what makes higher ticket memberships successful. Key Takeaway Memberships should be custom designed to work for you. It can be just a hybrid mix of co…
 
Karen Kalish’s career included school teacher, consumer advocate, business owner, and on-air TV reporter. She became a serial social entrepreneur and believes that to whom much is given, much is required. “Partners and collaborators are what make it work. No one nonprofit can do “it” alone and doing things alone is the weakest form of leadership”, …
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. This week we’re speaking about evangelical support for Israel with Prof. Motti Inbari. Born, raised and educated in Israel, Motti is today a Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. While most of his previous research has focussed on Jew…
 
In this episode of The Five Minute Advocate, Julie shines a light on the ever-increasing criminalization of our thoughts and protests. As it becomes harder for the public to critique the powerful, the powerful become more corrupt which is not good for our societies or our democracies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Who is responsible for the current crisis? Is it PTI or is it PMLN? What will it take to get out of this mess? What is the Supertax? Is it a good thing or a bad thing? We often talk over each other, rather than talking to each other. We don't even bother listening to the other side, we read/watch to argue, not to understand, not to see where they a…
 
If you’ve got Google Analytics running on your website, it may seem like a tiny script and a free business tool but are you actually opening yourself and your clients up to some unexpected risks? Lanie Lamarre walks you through why Google Analytics might not be the best fit for your business. Key Takeaway Google Analytics was never meant to be used…
 
One of Pakistan pre-eminent economists and the founder of BISP, Dr. Kaiser Bengali, joins us on The Pakistan Experience to break down Pakistan's political economy and what stops economic reform in Pakistan. On this deep dive podcast, we discuss IMF, the current crisis, the defence budget, Bhutto's nationalization, Zia-ul-Haq, economic reform and pr…
 
I'm officially a Texan!....now for the unpacking. While I'm setting up shop over the next few weeks, I'll be playing some of my favorite episodes from the past two years....this episode is for all you bad betis & besharam bibis! Today I catch up with activist, writer & speaker, Sangeeta Pillai, who is the the founder of Soul Sutras. Soul Sutras is …
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. This week, we're speaking with Jamie Geller, often known as the Jewish Rachael Ray, who just published her eighth cookbook, "Farmer’s Kitchen Cookbook: 50 Recipes Celebrating Israel’s Veggies and their Growers." The cookbook features ten vegetables common to the Israeli kitch…
 
In this episode of The Five Minute Advocate, Eva explains what the make-up of the Senate means for the new government, and what it means for restoring social policies in our society. As the make-up of the Senate is not in the favor of the government, will the other Senators help push social reforms? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Imaan Zainab-Mazari Hazir, an activist and a lawyer, comes on the podcast to discuss the recent harassment her, and her family, faced at the hands of the state. We discuss the missing persons issues and the remedies that the law provides. On this deep dive podcast we discuss State Fascism, the role of the judiciary, what our politicians and bureauc…
 
Can the Mainstream parties bring about change? How to unite the Left? Why are Pakhtuns and the Baloch protesting? Find out this and more on this week's episode of The Pakistan Experience with Ismat Raza Shahjehan. Ismat Raza Shahjahan is a socialist-feminist political leader from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. She is the president of Women Democrati…
 
If you want to audit your business against your values, feminist or not, this episode will show you how. Staci Hauschild walks you through the foundations and pillars needed for a solid business strategy and how to view each with a feminist lens. Key Takeaway Each pillar of your strategy needs to have an outward business focus and an inward values …
 
While I'm packing away for my big move to Texas, I'll be playing some of my favorite episodes from the past two years. I think this episode sums up how I'm feeling right now;).... Well guys, it's the end of the year and of course that means reflecting back on 2021 and thinking, why did I eat my kids (both of them) entire birthday cake this year? I …
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. Our guest this week is Dr. Mark Shinar, who captured the attention of host Amanda Borschel-Dan through his moving blog, “Broken roads: Leadership, authenticity and sexuality.” The blog discusses how, as an Orthodox father, husband and educator, he came out of the closet a yea…
 
Lois Wagh Aronstein has advocated for older people the majority of her career. First, when she initiated Project Reward through the Framingham Chamber of Commerce and then as the New England representative for AARP and in various capacities for 26 years. "As a society we must understand the value of older people. We can design social structures in …
 
In this episode of The Five Minute Advocate, Julie breaks down the Department of Home Affairs and explains how the department has been performative rather than constructive. With a change in government comes a chance for real, sustained, and humane change in this department and it's legacy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
How would you explain the budget to a 5 year old? Shahrukh Wani is an economist at the University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government working on urban and economic development. He is also a columnist on economic policy in Pakistan with articles published in Dawn, The News, among others. Shahrukh comes on the podcast to break down the federal…
 
When you think of data and metrics, do your eyes glaze over or do you have nightmares of giant spreadsheets? Here’s how to get started with metrics even if they intimidate you. Donna Dube walks you through the metrics you absolutely need, the ones you can ignore and how to set up your own custom set of metrics to help your business. Key Takeaway Ea…
 
I could not think of a better person to end this summer with than Mita Mallick. Mita is a DEI leader, the host of Brown Table Talk on Linkedin, and a Linkedin Top Voice. We talk about having our names mispronounced our entire lives, the horrific bullying she faced growing up in a predominately white neighborhood, how that has affected her personal …
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. This week, host Jessica Steinberg speaks to Dr. Tova Hartman, dean of the faculty of humanities at the Ono Academic Campus and founder of the Shira Hadasha congregation in Jerusalem, the first of its kind, a religious community that combines a commitment to Jewish law, with a…
 
For Phyllis Walden, life experiences offer abundant opportunities for learning. Reading The Second Sex near completion of her doctoral program in Philosophy in the late 1960s reinforced Phyllis’ feminist perspectives. As a mentor and teacher in innovative college programs, Phyllis brought her daily practice of journal writing to the classroom. Afte…
 
In this episode of The Five Minute Advocate, Eva explains that even though an ALP government has been elected, it doesn't mean our social issues will automatically be fixed. We need a social contract to ensure that the basic pillars of living in a society are upheld. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ammar Khan is an economist, analyst and a consultant. Ammar comes on The Pakistan Experience for a detail discussion on the Pakistani economy, the economic reforms we need and why we are where we are. How to combat elite capture? Why is Petrol 209 rupees? Can Pakistan refine Russian oil? Was Daronomics bad? Find out this and more on this week's epi…
 
Witches and dogs make good teams.Dogs operate in a different reality than we humans. They can smell fear, money, even cancer and missing persons. They know who and what has been here by the invisible trace they leave behind.Scientists guess the dog's sense of smell is somewhere between 10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than ours.I am Bijoux kin, a…
 
Syed Muzammil Shah is a political scientist, youtuber and tv anchor with an interest in politics, philosophy and science. Muzammil comes back on the podcast to discuss the current political scenario, why we don't support Imran Khan, rising fascism in Pakistan, and why this could be very dangerous. Why is Imran Khan a ladla? Why do women support Imr…
 
Hey guys! We've had to take a mini-break the last few weeks to get life in order- moving homes, new babies, and getting ready for summer time madness. We'll be back with 2 more episodes before we take our summer break where we'll rest, regroup, and get ready for an amazing fall season! Until then, enjoy this gem from last summer. Premal Dharia has …
 
If the idea of staring into the lens already makes you want to run and hide, adding comedy to them might be just what you need to get started. Shelby Dash and Kristina Clifford walk you through creating entertaining videos that boost your business and your authority between the laughs. Key Takeaway Funny comes from relatability and vulnerability. W…
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. This week, host Jessica Steinberg speaks to documentary filmmaker Tal Inbar and producer Nancy Spielberg, sister to Steven Spielberg, who premiered their new film, "Closed Circuit" at DocAviv, Tel Aviv’s annual documentary film festival. "Closed Circuits" uses security camera…
 
At age 65, Jane Llewellyn (PHD, RN) decided to retire from her rewarding and demanding positions as Vice President of Nursing and as Associate Dean of the Nursing College at Rush University Medical Center. Why retire when she was on top of her game? Having survived aggressive breast cancer at age 43, with only a 20% chance to live beyond five years…
 
In this episode of The Five Minute Advocate, Julie breaks down the coverage of the election campaign by the mainstream media. There was a huge disconnect between the electorate and the coverage that was being spun by the media outlets. Why is this? And how can we make it better for the next election cycle? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
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