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  • 00:16

    Upholding responsibilities towards loved ones - fighting internalized patriarchy

    in Lifestyle

    As my partner and I enter our gorgeous tryst with parenting, it has led me on some self-reflective explorations, the kinds of which I have never done at such a deep level before.

    One of the most important ones has been this core life value of upholding my responsibilities towards loved ones, having their backs to the best of my ability, and grounding care in the craziness of real life.

    It's actually pretty simple and quite beautiful. We care deeply for our people and we want to be there for them to the best of our abilities, and we want them to be there for us to the best of theirs.

    I think it might also be called love or something, but let's not get mushy here.

    Now, being a cis-male, i.e. a dude (and a self-hating one at that), this life value also comes with shitty baggage around patriarchy. It's so very easy to go into gender-oppressive modalities when it comes to upholding responsibilities. Social and cultural values the world over abound with extremely problematic  frameworks for the way men uphold their responsibilities towards their loved ones and their children.

    Make no mistake, I believe that we all have very, very important responsibilities towards our community and family. I just think it has to begin with the fight against internalized patriarchy and it has to be done in egalitarian partnership with our loved ones. It makes it far easier to prevent regressive, sexist frameworks from taking root...I explore all this and more in this podcast

    It is 2016 and we're back with yet another day in the life of the happiest guy...my name is Sri. I'm a healer, wannabe writer, failed activist turned stand up comedian, and aspiring mama elephant. And I can't stop talking...

  • 00:32


    in Religion


    This is the year of the philanthropist, humanitarian, socially & spiritually conscious, and are deeply concerned about the state of others. THIS IS THE YEAR OF BUILDING PEOPLE NOT BUILDINGS! This is the year of compassion; purpose and idealism. The year of utopia, and the fulfillment of some aspect of the utopian dream, sacrificing money, time, and energy for a better world. It is in giving that you will find much satisfaction. You have a broad outlook on life. You tend to see the big picture, rather than the minute details. You naturally attract people from all walks of life who can fit into your larger plans and take over the areas you find uninteresting. The Year 2016 is the year of the NINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     The year of the true egalitarian. 

  • 01:09

    KNOT: Evolving Gender Roles in America

    in Romance

    Follow us on Twitter: KNOT = @knotradiotalk; Dantea = @jusTay_willdo; Nieama = @nieamab; O.T. = @DocPorterOT

    Like us on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/knotyourtypicalradiotalk 

    Call in at 661-449-9318 

    Join us as we discuss the impact of living in an increasingly egalitarian society. How does the change in the view of roles for males and females impact what has traditionally be considered masculine and feminine? Are the changes arbitrary or completely necessary, especially in heterosexual relationships, which are most impacted by these changes? Is society better off with these changes? Or does our society require clear boundaries for male and female expectation? Call in and add your thoughts to what promises to be a riveting discussion.

  • 02:47

    Egalitarian Relationships SPECIAL GUEST Greg Doss/Dj SQWYD

    in Romance

    SPECIAL GUEST Greg Sqwyd Doss  Legal Document Preparation and Self Help GURU. Greg Doss helps  Men and Boys that need confidence building, that having traditional masculine attributes are key to being successful in life and help aid them in being better people. Doss studies the law and shares what he's learned. as general information regarding and related to Lawful Principles.

    TOPIC: Egalitarian doctrines maintain that all humans are equal in fundamental worth or social status, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the term has two distinct definitions in modern English. It is defined either as a political doctrine that all people should be treated as equals and have the same polictical, ecomonic, social, and civil rights or as a social philosophy advocating the removal of ecomonic inequalities among people or the decentralization of power. Some sources define egalitarianism as the point of view that equality reflects the natural state of humanity.

  • 01:24

    KNOT: Turkey Bacon

    in Culture

    Follow us on Twitter: KNOT = @knotradiotalk; Dantea = @jusTay_willdo; Nieama = @nieamab; O.T. = @DocPorterOT - Like us on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/knotyourtypicalradiotalk

    Call in at 661-449-9318

    As the world continues to evolve into a seemingly increasingly egalitarian place, we at KNOT recognize that there will also be an “other” – so we dedicated this show to exposing the many “others” and why the distinctions are not only arbitrary, but divisive and harmful. We will discuss topics such as civil rights, “gay” marriage, immigration, racism, marginalization of minorities, White privilege, political affiliation, gun control, and more. Call in and weigh in on the topics with us. Make your voice heard!

  • 02:00

    Anunnaki Experiencers Girls Night In ~ Charlotte, Karen, Janet, Theresa

    in Education

    Join us for another discussion panel on "We the Anunnaki" called "the Annunaki Experiencer Girls Night In" with Anunnaki and Ancient Aliens Researchers Janet Kira Lessin, Charlotte Rose, Karen Christine Patrick & Theresa J. Morris.

    On this show we talk about the Annunaki story from the Divine Feminine perspective. Our team of Anunnaki, AR Bordon, Linkage Institute and extraterrestrial contactees "Experiencers" and paranormal researchers discusses these and other topics.

    Our Cosmic Parents of the Annunaki Kind were afflicted with Patriarchical Leanings, influenced to a certain extent by their royal succession process which comprised a series of kings, the Kings of Nibiru. But women, originally included in power positions on Nibiru, over time, especially when they came to Earth, were overlooked and ignored despite how Nibirian women were very active and strong actors in their own right.

    The four women speaking on the panel have experienced the women's movement, the return of the ideas of the Goddess, and each has a special journey to share. What have we learned about being a woman from our contact experiences and learning the story of the Annunaki intervention into the Earthstory?

    We discuss our roles as women in the Anunnaki research field and how the Anunnaki have treated women in their history. We look at what roles their women played in shaping the Earth and it's future. How can we human women be more effective in our deeply Anunnaki influenced culture and create a future that's more egalitarian?  

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  • 00:31

    The Bible As The Oldest Egalitarian Document In History

    in Blogs

    This episode takes a look at the Bible from an entirely new perspective. I look at the historical times in which Jesus lived seeking to give context to events in the bible.
    It is a companion piece to my novel "The Gospel According To Lilith"
    To purchase and for more detail see: www.lonniehicks.com

  • 00:31

    Women and The Ministerium Ecclesiasticum Pt 2

    in Religion

    Women being called Missionaries -  MIssionaries comes from the Latin MISSIO which Latin for the Greek word apoostolos.  The Latin word missio is where we get our word missionary from.

    So to called a woman a MISSIONARY is to called her an APOSTLE.

    Levitical Priesthood and women in ministry

    Complementarian verse the Egalitarian 

    Was the Apostle Paul confused and looney because many make him out to be such because he actually was FOR women in ministry.

    En persona Christi, En Persona Ecclesia, Alter Christus

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  • 00:31

    Women and The Ministerium Ecclesiasticum

    in Religion

    This is going to be a good one right here.  Can women be clergy?  We know from Scripiture and History that they served as DEACONS, but can they be ELDERS and BISHOPS in the Church?

    What does Ephesians 4:8 says?

    What about what Paul says in Timothy and Corinthians?

    What does it means to Usurp authority?

    Complementarian vs Egalitarian

    Was Paul confused or were some things that he said, said to reflect the dominant culture at the time?

    The husband and wife ministry teams in Scripture

    Women prophetess in Scripture


  • 00:29

    The Bible As The Greatest Egalitarian Document In History: Episode Three

    in Blogs

    In this episode we look at the Jesus Christ figure and orient him within the historical period in which he introduced his ministery. We seek here to look at these developments from a different perspective.

  • 00:30

    The Bible As The Greatest Egalitarian Document in History-Episode Two

    in Blogs

    This the second episode in this series on the Bible in which we continue our exploration of the Bible in historical, political and in its religious contexts.