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Learn how to apply feminism to your real life in order to work through issues, stand up for yourself, live your truth, and take collective action. Featuring interviews with feminists from across the movement, we'll explore how to deal with the everyday violence, dominance, and silencing that we experience due to our gender, sexual orientation, race, class, size, and more.

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The thing about self-image and cultivating positive, awesome body-love is that you have to work at it. And the first step toward working at it is recognizing that you've been taught lies by society, and then committing yourself to... more

In today's difficult world, many people struggle with feelings of inadequacy or negative self-perception based on the messages they've received since birth. These negative messages are often related to gender, race, class, sexual... more

For gender non-conforming people, navigating a world that is organized via a male/female gender binary becomes a daily struggle. In this episode, we will examine some of the ways in which we can create safer space for gender... more

When someone you care about tells you that they had been sexually violated, you may not know what would be the best way to support them. Despite how many of us know or are survivors, we are usually not taught how to best... more

Talking to your son about the messages he receives about what it means to ?be a man? can feel daunting to say the least. We aren't usually taught the skills to have conversations that help others unpack their assumptions, critically think... more

Some parent trying to raise their children outside of the gender binary have turned to Gender Neutral Parenting. It focuses on not forcing any preconceived gender norms onto their child so they can find their own comfort spot on the... more

Saying ?no? to a request for sexual activity can often bring up feelings of shame and awkwardness, even with people with whom we are in ongoing relationships. In a culture where we're taught to not rock the boat, saying ?no? to a simple... more

Having a productive conversation about privilege with someone who doesn't know what that means is difficult to say the least. When people first learn about privilege, it can often lead to feelings of defensiveness, denial, or guilt –... more

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