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Main topic: Religion and Misogyny; exploring the intersectionalities of religion, homophobia, and misogyny
Special guests: Alison Irvine-Sobers, Yvonne McCalla Sobers, Sharon Smith and Damien Marcus Williams
This show is hosted by two of Jamaica's most outspoken secular humanists - Clive Forrester, linguist and professor at York University in Toronto, and Hilaire Sobers, human rights lawyer in Washington DC. We have spent copious amounts of time debating with and challening the notion that Christian privelege should proceed unchecked in Jamaica, and have successfully managed to rally a group of other secularists to collaborate on a publication (forthcoming 2013). This radio show provides a medium in which skeptics can discuss matters of science, critical thinking, religious imposition, and the seperation of church and state all from a Jamaican perspective, but playing close attention to the interconnectedness on the global landscape.
Tune in as we tackle the big questions each and every Sunday at 12:30EST (1:30PM Jamaican time) - lively banter, music and trivia, probing questions... we are Yardie Skeptics.
OrgasmicKarmatic, FemaleSatan and WickedPup get down on Misogyny and Submission. It'll be interesting to have a male POV in this conversation and is both an inspired topic and suggested topic. We'll be discussing each separately and exactly how a woman can use Misogyny without being hit by the bullet of it at the same time.
In this show Nancy and I will be talking about the History of Misogyny, and how society was primed to create narcissistic abuse. Discover when this started, how this started and why misogyny was allowed to thrive. How did women lose their knowing of their power, and how to create safe relationships? This show will grant you fascinating information, and the understanding of how we truly do now live in times where we can create safety, respect and healthy relationships with life and others. If y
A gossip is one who talks to you about others; a bore is one who talks to you about himself; and a brilliant conversationalist is one who talks to you about yourself. Today it's all about "The Rap Rock & Rape of Black Women Music Misogyny, or Myth?" by TRUTH Minista Paul Scott (@truthminista)..Thanks for tuning in.My
Inspired by Ewuare X. Osayande's book; Misogyny & the Emcee: Sex, Race and Hip Hop and Byron P Hurt's movie, Beyond Beats and Rhymes, we will delve into the Hip Hop pysche and attitude toward Black Women. We will examine the consequences and its impact on society. Furthermore, we will take a look at the female emcee role and changing image since Hip Hop's conception. Be sure not to miss this one!
We've all had experience with this particular girl. You know the one, she has a passing interest in games and when she strides into a scene that's sprung up around men who have turned a love of games into a vibrant subculture… she says "now I get to make the rules. Because vagina."It doesn't matter if there are already women in the subculture, enjoying it for its own sake, she's the self-appointed queen bee and all must bow to her pronouncements. "Because vagina. And also rape."Anita is just the latest in a long line of girl interlopers who've decided they define the rules of gamer culture. Her bugbear? Damsels in Games.Her solution? Play the damsel to bring attention to how games promote the social role of damsel for women.One would think Anita scoring 150 thou for playing the damsel would do more to encourage damseling in women and in games since it obviously pushes men's buttons) then seeing a bunch of pixels arranged in the shape of a helpless princess… but, you know, "Vagina. Rape. Misogyny."The real kicker? Anita doesn't even have a passing interest in games. So she's demanding game makers remove damsels in distress to cater to the tastes of someone who will never give them any of the 150 thou she scored playing the damsel.Apparently the only one who can cash in on damseling is Anita. Maybe she's less a crusader against damseling and more a damseling monopolist.
Break the Cycle and Be A Man
In much of the entertainment industry the portrayal of men, particularly fathers is less than stellar. Misogyny, pimpin' and other irresponsible behaviors are often glorified in the music our children listen to and often attempt to emulate.
Today we discuss breaking this destructive cycle that has captured and imprisoned the minds of many of our young men.
Femme is a term used by many feminine-identified queer people from diverse and equally valuable backgrounds including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other queer folks. Femmes are fierce and use their voices to make themselves visible. Nevertheless, as femme women, they are often invisible to other queer people. They are often seen as heteronormative, apolitical, less radical and less queer in a community where being visible depends on being masculine or androgynous. This femmephobia in queer communities – this devaluation and stigmatization of queer femininity – is a form of misogyny that is rooted in dominant patriarchal culture
Keisha Watkins and Nkenge Jazz Burkhead are the co-founders of SMEARED LIPSTICK. The group is for lesbians of color who identify as femme (lipstick)! Their goal is to increase visibility and sisterhood within the femme community. Femme and Proud – we want to hear from you! How do you express your femme power in a patriarchal world? Do you feel invisible, disempowered? Is all this femme/butch talk much ado about nothing? Come on Fierce Femmes – let’s here you roar!!Okay Femmes Speak –Up Support-because Silence is not an OPTION!
Sept 25th call 347-215-8985 at 10:30 est, 9:30 cst, 8:30 mtn and 7:30 pst. press 1 to be heard.
Our guest for this episode is Sheryl R. Schultz, Managing Director Golden Seeds. Golden Seeds is an investment firm dedicated to delivering above market returns for investors through the empowerment of women entrepreneurs. Sheryl serves as a Board Director at The Capital Network, and a board advisor to Playrific, QStream, and Connect2Communications. She is also a co-founder of the Women’s Entrepreneurial Council (WEC), and served as a Pipeline Fellowship Mentor for the Pipeline Fellowship’s inaugural Boston class.
Among the questions we’ll address:
Is there an institutionalized form of misogyny in the culture and/or practice of the startup process? What steps can women take to increase their representation in the best of breed start-ups? How can men transcend the status quo and effect true change in the organizational dynamic with women?
The COIL is a weekly radio show/podcast exploring the nexus of technology and culture. Each episode focuses on a single topic - 1 guest + 2 analysts = 30 minutes of concentrated, actionable goodness. Hosted by Howard Hecht and Fred McClimans
Whether in religion, politics, or even in the atheist and Humanist communities, gender equality is an important cause.
But there’s a new form of radical feminism that is tearing up the secular community.
With controversial accusations of serial rape, allegations of misogyny, claims that protective measures are simply “victim blaming” and “promoting a rape culture,” many are concerned about the path feminism is taking.
A fantastic panel of guests will be joining us to talk about the behavior of the “petulant goddesses” of the politically-correct, angry branch of feminism that appears to be enjoying some popularity in the secular community … and the positive work of Humanism that can promote gender equality and embrace a calmer, wiser version of feminism. Due to space limits here at BlogTalk, please visit our official show page for our guests’ bios and websites.
Topics will include:
Ethics and Journalism, with Becky Garrison, journalist and religion writer at The Washington Post’s On Faith column, The Guardian, Killing the Buddha and many other publications; Positive Feminism in the Real World (and other topics), with EllenBeth Wachs, Founder and Co-President of Atheists and Humanists of Florida; Feminism: The Hard Way, with atheist blogger Jen August; and Male Feminists and Misogyny, with Matthew Facciani, Cognitive Neuroscience PhD Candidate.
We’re interested in callers’ experiences and opinions about feminism and the freethought community.
In this episode I interview political activist and rapper Jasiri X on his new album. We'll discuss the state of Hip Hop Culture and how it impacts or youth. In particular, we'll discuss Rick Ross' controversial date rape lyric from the song "U.N.E.O. (You Ain't Even Know)". On the political tip, we'll look at the current debate on marriage equality. Joining me will be two openly gay men (one being a researcher for the Applied Research Center, and the other an openly gay Chicago public school teacher) as I take a look into the LGBTQ community. Specifically, we'll look at the intersection of race, religion, and popular culture.
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