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Topics will remain the same, co-hosts will be the same, guest hosts may change. The show times will start between 8 pm to 9 30pm, and run for up to an hour and half.
Tuesday - Sports Recap w/ Bryson and Montrey,
Wednesday - Entertainment w/ special guests,
Thursday - Open topic,
Friday - Gender Communication w/ Little T,
Saturday to Monday - Off air/open topic
GENDER VIOLENCE: IS IT REALLY THAT DIFFERENT IN THE MIDDLE EAST?
The news gives us shocking reports of violence against women in the Middle East – stoning, brutality, punishment for being sexually assaulted—it has to be worse than the US, right? It turns out there are vast differences in gender violence, but there also are a surprising number of similarities.
Leyla Welkin, Ph.D. is a clinical cross cultural psychologist born in Turkey and educated in the US. After 25 years working in the Pacific Northwest, she founded the Pomegranate Connection Program in Ankara, Turkey in 2008. She has partnered with organizations in the US, the UK, and Turkey to address gender based violence. Welkin has worked with civil and social organizations, government agencies, businesses, universities, and the United Nations Population Fund to develop programs to prevent and intervene in sexual and family violence among Syrian refugees living in Turkey.
Her work has given her a unique perspective on talking about the perpetrators, survivors, social views and struggles faced by women in the Middle East and how they compare with those in the United States.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to as we discuss domestic violence and gender abuse in the Middle East and how it compares with that in the US.
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Join host Anah Mae "live in the mischief" with yet another taboo topic discussion. This time we are taking a deeper look into gender expression versus sexual orientation. Does the way a person expresses their self reflect directly on their sexual preference? America is no stranger to fighting for rights and equality; but if everyone wants to be someone else our future of originality and reproduction could be in danger. While we are evolving as a society in knowledge, technology, and radical thinking we may also be on the verge of reprogramming our identity.
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“Gender expression” refers to the ways in which we each manifest masculinity or femininity. Each of us expresses a particular gender every day – by the way we style our hair, select our clothing, or even the way we stand. Our appearance, speech, behavior, movement, and other factors signal that we feel – and wish to be understood – as masculine or feminine, or as a man or a woman.
For some of us, our gender expression may not match our biological sex. We may or may not fit another's expectations of masculinity or femininity because of the way we look, act, or dress. Our guest knows firsthand the struggle of not feeling her assigned sex. Author Tracy James Jones, though born male, has been referred to as “she” throughout her life. She never fully embraced the male gender as her own because she always felt or related more to being viewed as female. At the age of fifteen, she made a tearful confession to God on the altar at her church—she finally embraced her true self because she believed that God loved her, too.
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in Self Help
Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on changing personality traits, debating Christian versus Objectivist ethics, conning jerks and blowhards, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Can I reclaim lost personality traits?
Question 2: Why is the Objectivist ethics superior to Christian ethics?
Question 3: Is it wrong to con jerks and blowhards?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
It comes as no surprise that there is a significant disconnect between the status of the sexes. Look no further than the workplace where we see women doing the work of men, yet few rise to the salary or stature of men. Why does this continue after all the progress we have made? Aren't women just as capable as men? Are men too ego-driven to allow a fair chance? How do we correct this imbalance? Listen as Debra and I pass this subject around.
Se we'll riff about "what hip hop is".
Then we'll dig into some black gender politics.
And of course the ongoing debate of whether those pesky negros in all their uppity arrogance are even people at all.
To add on, it wouldn't be the Wine Cellar without our uplifting good news and comment.
Your host Soul Dancer, an out, gay, licensed wedding officiant in Hawai'i is also a social worker (masters level, private practice), monk of three orders and shaman in three traditions.
What's the difference between ethics and morals. How does integrity fade or grow? Join us to explore these and other key questions designed to strengthen all relationships - starting with yourself.
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