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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.
Today we would like to give an opportunity to you, our listeners, to share the questions with us that you would like answered. We are doing this show for you. We want to know what You want to know. If asking so publicly is hard for you please send your questions or comments to ~
We will keep your confidentiality and honor each and every one of your Beautiful Hearts! ~ Namaste
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.
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?
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)
Hosted by Marti Oakley
Presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whisltelblower's Summit July 30, 2016!!
Between September 1, 2008 and April 20, 2009, salmonella-tainted peanut butter originating from the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) sickened 714 people across 46 states, contributing to nine deaths. Prior to the outbreak, former PCA assistant plant manager in Plainview, Texas, Kenneth Kendrick, had made multiple attempts to alert both state and federal officials to numerous public health violations he was witnessing. Following the outbreak, Kendrick worked with GAP and the consumer group, STOP Foodborne Illness, to blow the whistle – both on PCA’s dangerous practices, and the lack of timely response from officials who were supposed to be safeguarding the food supply.
The Peanut Corporation of America
Kenneth Kendrick served as assistant plant manager at the PCA plant from July 2006 through November 2006. Before the salmonella outbreak, Kendrick repeatedly reported to the Texas Department of Health incidences of rat infestation and feces in the product. Additionally, he reported a roof leak that allowed rainwater contaminated with bird feces to drip onto the peanuts. The Health Department did nothing, not even recognizing that the plant was operating without a license.
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!!
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#
Jamie Lee is a young, single mother of 3 beautiful and joyful children. She is also a student of psychology, a board member for the Human Dignity Council of Central Oregon and a vocal advocate for the LGBTQ community. We feel extremely blessed to have her joining us here today to begin Gender Journeys on BlogTalkRadio!
Jamie began with 3 boys and now proudly supports 1 boy and 2 girls. This is a story that will tug at your heart strings and don't be surprised to hear me crying during this interview. Her unconditional love and willingness to really hear her children is beyond amazing. She is helping to change the paradigm of parenting today!
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We are offering this series to educate, inform and bring a new understanding to the idea of Gender and what that means. We have brothers and sisters suffering in shame and isolation for fear of revealing who they truly are inside. Wouldn't it be remarkable if from now on we could simply accept the choices of another without putting judgement or blame on it? What a better world it would be ~ Namaste ~ Deirdra and Rosemary
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Tonight our guest is Aaron Marsh, he and Laura will be chatting about gender views in neo paganism.
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