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She Who Persisted. The Nasty Podcast.

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In this episode Elizabeth and Bea discuss period taboos and cultural beliefs around menstruation. Some of it's good, some of it...not so much, so grab some chocolate and settle in. *Note: Elizabeth's audio has some issues for the first 30... more

In the second episode of our menstruation series, we talk about the painful truth of financial discrimination based on biology. yep, tampon tax, period poverty, the whole bloody shebang. Get yourself a blanket, a cup of tea and lots of... more

One thing that causes us pain and necessitates the consumption of copious amounts of chocolate is PMS and period pain. You know what causes us even more pain and requires the consumption of even more chocolate? You... more

Grab your vegan chocolate and listen to Liz and Bea (despite her heatwave-induced aphasia) talk about the origins of ecofeminism, ecofeminism and intersectionality, speciesism, the intersection of meat eating... more

Grab some chocolate and join us for this month's first episode and the first episode ever that was recorded in ONE PLACE and not via the Internet. Yes, we were actually in the same room and talking about sex. More specifically:... more

Grab some chocolate and join Liz and Beatrice for a discussion about true crime podcasts and television shows, the feminist community that has sprung up around it, and how we can all do better to be intersectional in our love of true crime.... more

Grab your chocolate (lots of it) and listen to Liz and Bea talk about the manosphere, men's rights activists (i.e. anti women's rights activits) on the Interwebs, INCELS, terrorism and all the horrible rest of it.

Summer solstice isn't just the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, it's also associated with fertility rituals and goddesses. Join Bea, Liz and our special guest Heather in our discussion of the history and current traditions of... more

Men who claim to be feminists and then turn out to be (alleged) abusers of women (like James Deen or, most recently Eric Schneiderman) repeatedly focus the public's attention on male feminism: is it possible, what does it mean... more

Today we talk with perSister Krista Suh, founder of the hat project about her new book "DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World". We discuss masculine "art" vs. "feminine" crafting, how... more

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