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Today Rosemary and Deirdra will introduce their new series, Gender Journeys. They will share the Why that inspired these shows and how in their own journey to be better allies they chose to share it with the world. There is science. There are personal stories. There is hope but there is still alot of work to be done in understanding one another and reaching out in Love. Whether you are Transgender, a friend, a family member and yes, even a parent, we hope that you find something that will help or support you and inspire you to reach out and help educate even more people. We will be bringing on guests to share their stories and to answer your questions live, either on the phone lines or in the chat room. Some will make you laugh, some will make you cry but we hope that all of them will make you think.
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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the many variables that causes the breakdown in the relationship between Black men and women. Are we subconscious misogynist and feminist and don't know it and if we are, how does that affect our daily interactions with other Black people? Are Black men and women confused by what their roles are in the present Black family and how does that confusion fuel and contribute to the so-called "Gender War"? Who is at fault for this confusion? How does this confusion snowball into bigger issues that only hurts us yet benefits so-called White Supremacy? The angry Black man vs the angry Black woman? Lets discuss it.
So now a days if you are a man you can claim that you identify as a woman and use the women restroom. We have now come to a point as a nation that we award a man for being "courageous" and calling him "brave and stunning" for turning himself into a woman. And when said guy identifies as a woman you must refer to him as "her" or else be labeled a misogynist.
It's things like this that is making America the shithole that it is now. And now we have teachers at the kindergarden level asking kids if they identify as a boy or girl. They don't want to call a girl a girl or a boy a boy for that might offend them if they don't identify as the sex they are born as.
This now makes people question their "gender identity". "I'm I really a boy....or am I a girl?" If you can't tell what sex you are by looking at your genitals then there's a problem. And that's why we are going to tackle this issue tonight. We will be talking about a few people that have "gender identity" issues and try to examine why these people are having these issues.
So set back....relax....and enjoy The Jason Echolls Podcast!!
Join Ray Owczarzak in welcoming an old friend Doug Ludemann. Doug and I worked together a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. (Sorry for the reference). Doug has years of experience in the public and private aquarium fields and currently owns and operates Fish Geeks.
I’ve wanted to do a show on the ethical issues involved in the aquarium hobby and field for some time. When I first began my pet trade career at the age of 16 at a small mom and pop shop in Illinois, I was wide eyed and ignorant to the dark side of the trade. I sold snake head after snake head destined for home tanks without any thought about the possible impacts. Now that I live in Maryland, where the snake head makes advances year after year in waterways, I wonder about my past actions.
What other dark secrets are there in the aquarium hobby? I think, in retrospect, that any financial endeavor that requires the sale of live animals inherently has a few dark secrets. In fact, they are too numerous to mention in an hour show, but we will give it a shot.
Don’t get me wrong, I believe that the industry and hobby have many ethical companies and the preponderance of hobbyists are top notch. But as the saying goes, a few bad apples… Hopefully the discussion will provide some food for thought on the businesses that listeners use. Making ethical choices are up to the end consumer. We as a people have the best chance at guiding the future. So don’t just sit back be a Witness, but make a change for the better. As always, I hope that people join in the conversation and call in with thoughts and stories.
Kimi Avary joins me today to talk about gender harmony in the workplace. As a certified NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner, Kimi helps her clients bridge the gap between our thoughts, language and behavior to achieve greater success. Kimi uses her licensing as a relationship coach and a PAX Programs Partner to educate men and women about gender differences, the interaction of masculinity and femininity, and the principles of partnership. Her Masters in counseling and Bachelors Degree in Family Studies and Human Development provide her with a foundation to help men and women navigate and create the harmony they really want, personally and professionally. Tune in to hear more!
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Join RevKess and Kalisara as we host a panel of authors and group organizers to talk about Gender Binary in modern Paganism. In Paganism, most often Wicca, this manifests as the idea that there is a balance of Goddess and God that must be considered. However, many see this as having emotional and psychological effects, particularly for those who identify as gender-queer or gender-fluid.
Our panelists are:
Hollis Taylor, publisher of DiversiTree.org, & Holistic Yogi & Life Coach. (ne/nem/nir/nirs/nemself)
Jaina Bee, priestx of CAYA Coven, & co-founder of CAYA’s Rainbow Moon Circle. (e/em/eir/emself)
Melissa ra Karit, feminist, activist, and writer at Everyday Sacred and Beyond the Binary blog. (ze/zir/zir)
Kitsune, genderqueer Initiate in CAYA's Wildflower tradition. (they/them/theirs)
Lindsey Williams, feminist & author of Motherhood. (she/her/hers)
P. Sufenas Virius Lupus, founder of Ekklesía Antínoou, author & blogger at Aedicula Antinoi & Speaking of Syncretism. (e/em/eir/eirs/emself)
Tonight's discourse will involve ideas of biological sex and how this relates to gender; is gender more of a mind-life existence than a bodily or 'born this way' dictation? Can issues of gender involve the ultimate social choices and rebellions?
Transgender. Cisgender. Gay. LGBT or LGBTQ. What does it all mean and how can we better understand? Rosemary and Deirdra are beginning their education to be better allies to All People of All Types and Gender Journeys is the start. Come along and learn with them. Let's stop the misconceptions that keep us apart as humans and learn the truth and the science, as well as, the personal stories of our guests. We believe that education brings understanding so let the education begin...
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Join Sharona as she returns from sick leave with a bang to discuss the latest in sports, entertainment and politics. Plus, the myth of gender equality and why its holding women back. Today's very special guest are fantasy guru and Dolphins fan Lisa London, former Florida Gator and NFL tight end Ben Troupe, and our favorite and yours Jennifer Eakins to discuss Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. LIVE Friday 10 am to Noon CDT.
Last Sunday we started a conversation about money in politics and we want to continue it and add some voices to the dialog. So William Perry of GA Watchdogs will be joining us as well as some other guest to talk about ethics in the process. You know this will be a interesting conversation so please join us as we ask the politicans to SHOW ME THE MONEY!!! Also tune in for our Bern Treatment as we talk about organizing grassroots for Bernie and We have a very bad Dirty List this week so Tune in!! It's Down South and Dirty Baby!!! So call in and join us on Facebook and Twitter!
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Guest: Nancy Madore author, The Ethics of Judge Nadeau
The Ethics of Judge Nadeau is the TRUE story of a judge who presides over York County Probate Court in York, Maine. The premise of the book is that—in spite of the Maine Board of Overseers' rulings to the contrary—the behavior of Judge Robert M.A. Nadeau is unethical. Referencing real exhibits, orders and depositions in actual court cases, The Ethics of Judge Nadeau provides a bird’s eye view into the logic and reasoning behind behavior so incredible it will take your breath away. This candid and (often) humorous account of Robert Nadeau’s antics (in and out of the courtroom) is as entertaining as it is shocking.
The Ethics of Judge Nadeau is based on the premise that there are some things a lawyer should never do—especially if he’s a judge—because they are either unethical, illegal, or just plain wrong.
Links to actual court documents, depostions, court orders, and BAR findings can be found here:
How can anyone read through these documents and not be enraged at the abuse of this particular judge and the cover-up by the BAR oversight boards which have condonned his outrageous behavior. This is a cover-up! And this so-called "judge" is still sitting on the bench!
Political scientists spend a lot of time studying representation. Do women elected to Congress or state legislatures better represent issues that women voters care about, such as parental leave policies or reproductive rights? Do countries with more women in executive or legislative offices behave differently from countries with fewer women in these positions? .Sara Mitchell is professor of political science and department chair at the University of Iowa.
The third edition of Gender and Elections offers a systematic, lively, and multifaceted account of the role of gender in the electoral process through the 2012 elections. This timely yet enduring volume strikes a balance between highlighting the most important developments for women as voters and candidates in the 2012 elections and providing a more long-term, in-depth analysis of the ways that gender has helped shape the contours and outcomes of electoral politics in the United States"American politics cannot be understood without attention to the role of gender in electoral dynamics. Women’s influence in U.S. elections continues to expand - as voters, candidates, and officeholders. Though still facing obstacles in their path to electoral success, women are transforming American politics, even in their pursuit of the elusive office of the presidency. Christine Marie Sierra, University of New Mexico http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/politics-international-relations/american-government-politics-and-policy/gender-and-elections-shaping-future-american-politics-3rd-edition#