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Persistent and Nasty is a script-reading, debate and art as activism initiative for women and gender minorities in the stage and screen industries. We are committed to an intersectional approach and aim to use the space we’ve created to provide a platform for the spectrum of marginalised voices in our culture. Through a series of script readings, live debates and a regular podcast series, we aim to amplify the unrepresented voices in theatre and film. Our goal is to create a project that is ...
 
THIS PODCAST IS TAKING OVER THE WORLD!!! CHECK OUT DJ CAIN AND FIDDY AS THEY GO INTO DETAILS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS, HOW TO KEEP THE SPICE IN THE RELATIONSHIPS.. DEAR FIDDY AND NASTY NASTY BY FIDDY WILL CHALLENGE WOMEN TO TO SEE IF THEY ARE DOINF WHAT THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO DO TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR MAN. DJ CAIN WILL ALSO BE MIXING IT UP ON THE 1'S AND 2'S AFTER EACH PODCAST SHOW!!1
 
The sexy taboo stuff, that’s on everybody’s nasty mind. Juicy topics that includes the strawberry, chocolate, vanilla, and the NUTS! Can ya dig it! No topic is off limits or left unturned! Come listen to an array of topics originating from the numinous mind of your host, while being butt-naked and unperturbed. Nothing escapes X & Y Baby!
 
Dynasty As They Wanna Be is a podcast where hosts (and husbands) Derrik J. Lang and Kyler K. Jafari drill into every episode of Dynasty, the iconic 1980s television series starring John Forsythe, Linda Evans, and Joan Collins as members of the cat-fighting Carrington clan. Each week, Derrik and Kyler recap an installment of the landmark prime-time soap opera that defined an era with sequins and shoulder pads. For more, go to nastypodcast.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf ...
 
Notes From an American Savage is where Sunday brunch meets politics. A weekly podcast hosted by a group of girlfriends that was birthed immediately following the election of Donald Trumpleton to channel their anger and do their part in Making America Decent Again. These nasty women are from different walks of life, living in different regions of America. Of course, Notes From an American Savage have special guests and friends stop by occasionally to give input. Join for weekly discussions on ...
 
Wellness Lately is a no BS conversation about wellness, for women who want to stop dieting, beating themselves up, and feeling like crap. Tune in to harness the power of mindset, self-care and lifestyle to build your confidence, and have more fun in life. You'll learn about intuitive eating, health at every size, personal development, spirituality, entrepreneurship, career and much more. Each episode features an interview with women doing awesome things in the wellness and personal growth sp ...
 
Whether you line your lips with color or pull your hair up in a messy bun, hear your heels click clack on your way to work or reach for an apron in your studio, command the room in board meetings or tackle your to-do list from a local coffee shop, you BRING IT each and every work day. When your blaring alarm goes off on woman crush Wednesday, check-in with yourself with B*tch Prints. Explore what it means to be a multifaceted career driven women with writer + creative director Mallory Porter ...
 
What makes you a nasty woman? Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay, co-editors of the new Nasty Women essay collection, tackle questions about feminism, resistance, and revolution in Trump's America with notable activists and advocates. How do we maintain momentum and avoid burnout nearly one year after Election Day? How can we foster resilience and unplug when it's necessary? This podcast is a companion to the book NASTY WOMEN: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump's America. Learn ...
 
The Nasty Women Report is a podcast devoted to chronicling the world as we now know it, with Trump (ugh) as POTUS (we still don't believe it). Each week, we'll discuss issues pertinent to women, LGBT, and people of color under a Trump regime. Topics include: - Feminist issues and the challenges to our right to bodily autonomy - The political shenanigans of Trump and his Cabinet cohorts - Abuses and legal challenges to LGBT Americans and Americans of color - Calls to action in the fight to ta ...
 
The United States of Anxiety: The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history and its grip on our future. Many of the political and social arguments we’re having now started in the aftermath of the Civil War, when Americans set out to do something no one had tried before: build the world’s first multiracial democracy. The podcast gives voters the context to understand what’s at stake in this election. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other ...
 
Comedian Janet Hyde, known nasty feminist, interviews male comics about their jokes about women. Nothing is off the table - she’s inviting jokes about sex, dating, wives, girlfriends, feminism, periods, and a whole slew of NSFW topics. Each episode features a different male comic telling a joke, discussing and debating the topic, and answering a lightning round of feminist questions.
 
How many times have you wished you could sit down with a legal luminary, ask them difficult questions and hear their most vulnerable and honest answers? The time is now. This podcast aims to connect women in the legal profession to those who have been trailblazers, who are currently fighting the good the fight, and those who are changing the legal profession.
 
Oh the humanity! The BQWSC is an exciting Montreal podcast (home of the Just For Laughs comedy festival) and an all around funny, nsfw variety hour of strange things and obscene gestures. Dirty jokes abound and you'll laugh out loud, as host Chris Wilding openly discusses his sex life, gets into crazy fights with callers and shares his observations on society, love and everything else in between. Look for the funniest comedians, funny clips, perverted/sexy games, political satire, wtf moment ...
 
Pretty Politics is a podcast where the gals get practical about everything coming out of the political swamp. Politics can be nasty, yet totally hilarious - that's where Kayla and Heather come in. The liberal left and the conservative right, bringing you the lighter side of politics. They can be agreeable and talk the issues without all the hate, albeit a little teasing. Pretty Politics invites you to join their open and raw discussions of policy and pop culture and how they bombard YOUR day ...
 
Welcome to Boss U with Susan Hyatt and Laura Wagner (that's us!) - the podcast for women who want to become certified coaches and change people's lives through the art of life coaching. We hope our podcast gives you a burst of energy, makes your laugh, and inspires you to charge after your goals, like a BOSS.
 
Set against the backdrop of colonial America, Into the Woods is the story of pioneer and patriot Jonathan Wood. Straining against the bonds of Tidewater society and tempted by an ancient legent, Jonathan's sense of adventure leads him over the mountains of southwest Virginia. Perils abound for this brave pioneer, who must face threats from the native tribes, the British, and even more sinister enemies, while fighting for the woman he loves, and the land that will not let go of his heart. Bas ...
 
Ex Marginalia is a literary social justice podcast released on the second Monday of every month. On each episode, Sarah and guests discuss representation and publishing politics, while holding each other (and listeners) accountable to translating "book learning" into action. The books discussed on each episode are written by authors belonging to underrepresented or marginalized communities.
 
Metro Conversations are about bringing Urbanist and City Making conversations out of the Urban core to places where cool urban transformations are happening: the urban edge, the north shore, south of the Fraser, the northeast sector. We provide experts with contrasting views, to get the facts out front and the conversation rolling. Then ask your questions and present your opinions, so we all can learn from each other. Metro Conversations doesn't have lecturers and audience, but presenters an ...
 
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Santiago Meyer, Randi Garcia, Jerome Foster, Sophia Shapiro, and Matthew Weinstein are young voters and activists attending colleges across America. They—and their generation—lost so much this year when COVID struck and schools closed. Graduations, summer vacations, and other important rites of passage, like their Proms. And so, they came together …
 
In today’s episode it’s all the Nasty Gals chatting to the awe-inspiring Director Debbie Hannan. We cover everything the lovely aesthetic of her Livingroom to dismantling white supremacy. To say it’s varied is an understatement. Elaine, Louise and Misha are completely in love with Debbie and everything she stands for and they know by the end of thi…
 
Why We Love Kimberly: As a wife and mother of three, a woman who has struggled with body image and binge and restricting behaviors, Kimberly knows what it’s like to feel stuck in a cycle that didn’t serve her. Motivated by a desire to teach her children a different way, Kimberly enrolled in Wellness Lately’s Food Freedom Academy. Her experience in …
 
With almost two weeks left until Election Day, Charlie Sykes, founder and editor-at-large of The Bulwark, joins us for a conversation about Republican party politics over the last 50 years, the Trump effect, the dramatic fight for the Supreme Court and how we all may move forward in the days, months and years following November 3rd. Conservative li…
 
This episode features two amazing women doing hugely important things for our democracy. Our first guest is Amanda Litman. Amanda is the co-founder and executive director of Run for Something, an organization supporting young candidates running in state and local elections. Later in the program, we hear from Kat Calvin, founder and executive direct…
 
In today’s episode it’s all the Elaine and Misha chat to the amazing American poet and Spoken Word performer Ashlee Haze. We cover everything from Fuck Boys to meeting your idol. In Ashlee’s case it’s meeting Missy Elliott. Who doesn’t want to meet Missy Elliott? We discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement, being a good ally and how we can use privi…
 
Why We Love Larissa: Larissa Parson is a movement teacher specializing in core and pelvic floor function. She is a mother of twins and lives in the woods in Hillsborough, NC, on land that has traditionally been home to the Eno, Occaneechi, and Saponi. She helps womxn restore their cores, without the shame, oppression, and misogyny that turns womxn'…
 
After a summer of outdoor dining, hiking, and staying indoors, New York City is on alert… again. Localized COVID spikes across the city have prompted lockdowns of schools and businesses, but the pandemic is back on all our minds, following the diagnosis and hospitalization of President Trump and many of the people around him. Dr. Oxiris Barbot M.D.…
 
Elizabeth Lesser is a bestselling author and the cofounder of Omega Institute, the renowned conference and retreat center located in Rhinebeck, New York. Elizabeth’s first book, The Seeker’s Guide, chronicles her years at Omega and distills lessons learned into a potent guide for growth and healing. Her New York Times bestselling book, Broken Open:…
 
In today’s episode it’s all the Elaine and Misha chat to the amazing performer, playwriter and filmmaker Adura Onashile. We cover everything from her new short film Expensive Shit which is currently available for free on the BFI player till 18th of October to missing a pint in the pub to mother/daughter relationships A fab episode with an awe-inspi…
 
Reporter Christopher Werth brings us a story from Wisconsin, a key swing state, about the legal efforts to suppress the votes of communities of color and how Milwaukee-based organizers like Melody McCurtis are determined to make sure that every vote is counted. WNYC’s Brigid Bergen joins us to talk about the challenges that New Yorkers are facing t…
 
Julian Castro has been many things: Mayor of San Antonio, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development during the Obama Administration, Author of An Unlikely Journey: Waking Up from My American Dream, 2018 presidential candidate, and now is hosting the new podcast "Our America." He’s a brilliant advocate for making sure everyone who is searching can …
 
In today’s episode it’s all the Nasty Gals chatting to the incredible Scottish author and journalist Kirstin Innes. We cover everything from her new book to feminist t-shirts to infertility. It really is a rollercoaster of an episode.Kirstin InnesKirstin works as a journalist and freelance arts PR when not writing. Kirstin has written for The List,…
 
In this installment of Dynasty As They Wanna Be, hosts Derrik J. Lang and Kyler K. Jafari discuss Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg's involvement in the HBO sex cult documentary The Vow, wonder why Jeff Colby (John James) feels the need to engage in a tennis duel with Mark Jennings (Geoffrey Scott), and salivate over the champagne and 20-pound pink l…
 
As the country confronts racial tensions and class conflicts, the question begs: how did we get here? We look back to a moment in our history when our country was struggling to become a true, multiracial democracy -- and meeting a lot of roadblocks - many of which persist today. Historian Eric Foner gives us a primer on the Reconstruction Era amend…
 
Our guest this week is Ebony Underwood. Ebony is a Soros Justice Fellow and the daughter of William Underwood, who has served decades of a cruel and unnecessarily harsh mandatory life sentence without parole. As the founder and CEO of We Got Us Now, Ebony is an advocate for children impacted by parental incarceration and keeping families connected …
 
In today’s episode it’s all the Nasty Gals chatting to Scottish playwright, performer, academic and author Kay Singh. We cover everything from no tomatoes in a Biryani, to Scottish Tales, to systemic racism. It’s wide varied and joyous. KAY SINGHKay Singh is a playwright, performance artist, and researcher of Indian and Scottish descent based in Gl…
 
The Republican Party has long sought a stable conservative majority in the Supreme Court. With the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat up for grabs, that could become a reality - but not without a fight. WNYC's Jami Floyd (Senior Editor for Race and Justice) and Elie Mystal (Justice Correspondent at The Nation) join us to set the scene for the …
 
In the new book Shattering Glass: A Nasty Woman Anthology, Kelli Stanley of Nasty Woman Press brought together essays from so many remarkable women, and she’s brought two of them here with her today. From 1993-2017, Barbara Boxer represented California in the United States Senate, where she was a hero for women’s rights. Valerie Plame served as an …
 
In this special episode, we reflect on the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, following her passing on Friday. Kai is joined by Emily Bazelon (Staff Writer at The New York Times Magazine and Co-Host of “Political Gabfest” at Slate), WNYC’s own Brian Lehrer and callers like you to talk about the impact of the “Notorious RB…
 
In today’s episode Elaine chats to Scottish actress and writer Rachel Flynn. They cover everything from Judy Garland to studying later in life, to making your own work and why theatre is so important to society.RACHEL FLYNN Rachel is a Scottish actor; writer and producer. has performed from London’s West End to Pitlochry. Theatre credits include: D…
 
The Savages talk Trump acknowledging the he downplayed the damage Coronavirus could cause and alleged disrespect of the military. The Savages express their love for Aunties following the epic Verzuz battle between Honorary Aunties, Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight. Also find out why a body of water is the Savage of the Week. Follow Notes From An Ame…
 
Many teams have been playing without crowds this year but stadiums still have a captive audience. Sports editor and “Edge of Sports” podcast host Dave Zirin joins us for the hour as we explore how and when in our history athletes have taken a stand for civil rights and social justice. WNBA point guard Renee Montgomery talks about what led her to si…
 
Chris Murphy is the United States Senator From Connecticut. Before his election to the senate in 2012, he served the people of Connecticut’s fifth congressional district in the House of Representatives. He’s the author of the remarkable new book The Violence Inside Us: A Brief History of an Ongoing American Tragedy. This powerful examination traces…
 
In today’s Louise chats to her friend and all round inspiring human Kim Chapman. Kim is an international Showgirl, Actress, Model, Vintage Stylist and Business Owner. There isn’t much this wonderful woman doesn’t do. Sit back and listen to some great conversation from vintage clothing to to always working on your craft.KIM CHAPMANKim Chapman is a S…
 
Fred Guttenberg is the first person we’ve asked back on the podcast for a second episode. His brother Michael was a doctor and a 9/11 responder who died in 2017 from 9/11 related cancer. Fred's family was still grieving when his daughter Jaime was murdered five months later in the Parkland school shooting. But rather than run from it, Fred’s spent …
 
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