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Smart Talks

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Elizabeth Smart Foundation

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Every 73 seconds someone in the United States is sexually assaulted. Every 9 minutes that person is a child. Each week, join kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart as she speaks with therapists, survivors, and experts as they share stories of empowerment, recovery, and hope. If you or someone you know has ever experienced the horrors of sexual assault, then this podcast is for you!
 
Something Private is a podcast about everything related to the vagina. From sex, to health, and the society. Hosted by Nicole, we’re gonna have three am sleepover conversations about love, life, and why you have that wart on your vagina. Featuring stories from gynaecologists, experts, and your everyday girl, it’s about time we had these conversations out loud. Produced by WII.FM, reach us at nicole@somethingprivate.fm.
 
Host Jack Kammer, a long-time activist, author, social policy researcher, jail guard, parole & probation agent and journalist, knows how important it is for men and boys to have as many opportunities for happiness, fulfillment, acceptance and understanding as women and girls do. So far — for 60+ years — the discussion has been about ensuring all those good things for females. Now we have this podcast. We're talking about what we want and need, what stands in our way, and how to get over, und ...
 
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Women on the Line

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Women on the Line

Amy McMurtrie, Emma Hart, Iris Lee and Priya Kunjan & Scheherazade Bloul

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A national feminist current affairs program for community radio. A gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women and gender diverse people around Australia and internationally. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network (CRN).
 
This show is always a call to action! We're bringing women as well as men together, and having some honest conversation about Black sexual politics and changing what has been destructive. We're producing insight into the historical context and detailing the stories that expose abuse based on race, sex, gender, class and other intersecting oppressions in the lives of women (and men) in our communities.
 
Voices of Hope empowers survivors of sexual and domestic violence to overcome past hurdles and embrace the future. Guests include recognized experts, advocates, authors and survivors. Mark this show as a favorite and visit often. Hope for Healing.Org is a501c3 nonprofit dedicated to turning victims into survivors. Listen Voices of Hope on Tuesdays at 12 Noon (Eastern). When we all raise our voices hope happens. Set your Blog Talk Radio reminders and tell your friends!
 
The Healing Space Live & Online: Chats with Roxanne and Rhonda provides in-depth conversations with professionals, i.e., therapists, social workers, entrepreneurs, etc., authors, and women who have experienced varied forms of violence such as childhood sexual assault, molestation, rape, human trafficking, teen dating violence, and domestic violence.Cultivating the healing process for these beautiful women is the overarching goal of the Podcast. Each episode will begin with a Something to Thi ...
 
2 Women. 1 Podcast. We Saw the Devil is a true crime podcast that deep-dives into fascinating criminal cases, both solved and unsolved. We discuss both lesser-known and major international cases, turning over every rock and exploring every nook and cranny of the crimes. On this show, you don't have to wait 30 minutes through our life story to get into the action.
 
The Goodness Podcast was launched in January 2020 with the goal of starting an honest conversation around the topics affecting women's health. Hosted by Noor Tehini and recorded in Dubai, it also celebrates the inspirational stories of women living in the Middle East, highlighting tales of triumph over tragedy, stories of resilience, and ones of survival, all while imparting valuable, scientifically backed advice and lived experience to its listeners.
 
We’re a country struggling to reset from a global pandemic, and September was supposed to be back to school, back to work, back to normal. But it feels like we’re still in a state of limbo. Why does it seem that so many women continue to bear the burden of this ongoing crisis? In Season 3 of All Ears, Abby interviews a slate of creative and courageous thinkers who are pushing back on old systems and reimagining what “normal” should look like.
 
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Seeking Peace

Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security

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Seeking Peace is a podcast that explores the role of women around the world in bringing lasting peace to their communities. Women are too often seen as victims of conflict. But they are leaders and often unsung heroes. We bring you their stories. This podcast is a production of Georgetown's Institute for Women, Peace and Security and Adonde Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
On the say what? podcast, we help Christian women overcome toxic purity culture, be confident in their sex lives, heal from painful sex, and feel less alone! Hanna believes that everyone has a seat on her couch, regardless of who you are, and it will never be too full for you to sit down. She currently lives in Colorado with her husband, Thomas and dog, Theo. She’s the most Enneagram 2 of all Enneagram 2’s. Let's talk about tough things, together!
 
Are you a woman that has lost herself in a difficult marriage, is going through separation and divorce, or is trying to create a new life after divorce? The Love & Life After Divorce podcast supports women like you in living your best life after divorce. We will explore how to fully embrace your self-worth and fully love yourself again. We will meet inspiring people that say "yes" to life and galvanize us to live our best life- a life that we truly love. We will explore the intricacies of da ...
 
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Christopher & Ophelia de Serres

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(Wo)Men Speak Out is an organization dedicated to eradicating rape, sexual assault and gender violence. We seek to educate both men and women, cultivating healthy relationships and gender equity.The (Wo)Men Speak Out BLOG is a collaboration of survivors, advocates and writers who share our mission. We welcome your comments: menspeakout@gmail.com
 
Welcome to Organize Your Butterflies, an original podcast of YWCA, one of the largest and oldest women’s organizations in the country, whose mission is to eliminate racism and empower women. Each episode, we discuss the many different ways women—including some of the amazing leaders at YWCA—are working to help women, girls and families. Topics include organizing, strategizing, and mobilizing around issues like equal pay, domestic violence, women’s entrepreneurship, and so much more, and how ...
 
These podcasts are a reflection of Ruth & David’s on-going conversations which are both intimate and professional and touch on complex topics like how systems fail victims and children, how victims experience those systems, and how children are impacted by those failures. Their discussions delve into how society views masculinity and violence, and how intersectionalities such as cultural beliefs, religious beliefs and unique vulnerabilities impact how we respond to abuse and violence. These ...
 
The Safety Zone is engaging conversations on all aspects of violence prevention from experts who have decades of experiencing in specialized law enforcement, U.S. Secret Service, FBI, Navy Seal Teams, corporate security, hostage negotiations and school security. Mike McCarty & Melinda Ronn are the hosts. Melinda has spent decades in communication, having started in the George W. Bush White House where she served as a liaison to churches, ministries and pastors in the U.S. She now works with ...
 
Sinister Myth challenges cultural mythologies about sexuality in the West, because so often they encourage, perpetuate, or foster violence against women and minorities. The series is made up of interviews with writers, academics, and people working on community projects. Alongside the interviews, the series also includes “Sinister Bitesize” which offer short soundbites from experts with advice on allyship and more, and there will also be “Sinister Keywords,” which feature short conversations ...
 
Welcome to the Beyond Fear Podcast. We are your hosts, Alexa Sardina and Alissa Ackerman. This podcast is a labor of love, created by two friends and criminologists who have spent their entire careers studying everything about sex crimes.The twist? We are also both survivors of sexual violence and as "survivor scholars" we approach our work with both hats on.Join us as we take you Beyond Fear.Check out our website at www.beyondfearpodcast.com and follow us on Twitter @fearcrimes and Instagra ...
 
A podcast about improving mental health in politics and public life. Hosted by former political staffers Emile Scheffel and Dale Richardson. Produced by 306 Media Productions. Learn more about PERSIST at wepersist.ca.
 
The Development Policy Centre is a think tank for aid and development policy based at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. We undertake independent research and promote practical initiatives to improve the effectiveness of Australian aid, to support the development of Papua New Guinea and the Pacific island region, and to contribute to better global development policy. Our events are a forum for the dissemination of findings and the exchange of new ideas. You ...
 
There is much that often gets labeled as taboo or falls into the hush hush culture within the Punjabi and Sikh Community. Kaur Voices Talk Show is a space to unveil these topics and discuss them openly in a non-offensive manner where we can encourage healthy dialogue. Kaur Voices Talk Show is a space inspired by the Kaur Voices movement to give every voice a choice. Talking is necessary and on the Kaur Voices Talk Show we hope to cultivate a non-judgmental, open space which is welcoming to a ...
 
The Concordia Irish Studies Podcast highlights the annual lecture series of the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Join us as we hear from engaging writers, academics, politicians, and public intellectuals from Ireland, and from the diaspora. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information, contact irishstudiespodcast@gmail.com
 
Unfiltered and honest conversations around all things pregnancy, labour & delivery and motherhood because, let's be real, this whole motherhood thing is confusing, hard as f***, lonely and just downright bat-shit crazy. I get it. I hear you. We are in this together. Hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! I can't wait to catch up with you every Wednesday & Saturday.
 
A podcast series from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) at Ulster University in Northern Ireland, sharing our public lectures and events from key scholars and practitioners. The TJI is a world-leading research institute investigating themes of conflict, transitional justice, human rights, gender and international law. Learn more about our research, public events, taught postgraduate programmes (LLM Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice; LLM Gender, Conflict and Human Rights) and o ...
 
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In this episode, we look at the impacts of the pandemic on sexual and domestic violence (SV/DV) in Aotearoa (New Zealand).Sexual and gender-based violence specialists, Hala Nasr and Miriam Gioia Sessa join us to discuss recently released research data and issues more broadly within the SV/DV sector. They also discuss navigating the siloing effects …
 
Former Scottish Conservative leader – the recently ennobled Baroness Davidson of Lundin Links - will be giving her maiden speech in the House of Lords on Friday as part of a debate on assisted dying. She used to be against amending the law on assisted dying but had a change of heart last year. She explains why to Emma.The Home Secretary Priti Patel…
 
In our final discussion to mark our 75th anniversary we look at the issue of equal pay. This was identified as the area women most want to see change in their daily lives and 70% of those asked said they had experienced inequality in this area. Emma Barnett talks to Baroness Kishwer Falkner who’s head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission whi…
 
Local breast cancer experts say there's misinformation being circulated about when to have mammograms. We talk about the latest in screening, treatment, and research for breast cancer -- especially during the pandemic. Our guests: Avice O'Connell, M.D. , director of women's imaging, and professor in the Department of Imaging Sciences at the Univers…
 
We continue our conversations with candidates for Rochester City Council. We've invited every candidate on the ballot to talk about their priorities for the city. Our guests this hour: Mitch Gruber *Stanley Martin *Stanley Martin cancelled her appearance on the program Monday morning. She will now join the program on Tuesday, October 19 at 1 p.m.…
 
According to a new survey on mental wellbeing in agriculture, 58% of women in farming experience anxiety compared to 44% of men. What's the reason behind it? How much impact has Brexit and the pandemic had on the problem? We discuss with Alicia Chivers, Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, and East Yorkshire pig farmer …
 
Today we are talking all about Domestic Violence/Toxic Relationships! We are joined by Mallory Hisler, who has her Bachelors & Masters in Social work. She has been practicing social work for 8 years, working with women in domestic violence for 6 years and as a therapist for almost two years, so she will be licensed in December as a Licensed Clinica…
 
In this episode, we define what a toxic relationship is and how to heal from a toxic relationship. This week's guest, Vivian Ngongangogunyemi, is a doctor in nursing practice specializing in psychiatry and a relationship coach. She defines a toxic relationship as a relationship where the partner does not take into consideration the other person's n…
 
Cush Jumbo, star of The Good Wife and The Good Fight on her latest role playing Hamlet. Predatory marriage involves a vulnerable adult being led into a marriage, which financially benefits their new spouse. We hear from Daphne Franks, who believes that her mother was a victim of a predatory marriage.Your responses to our poll on equality in 2021.Wh…
 
Local children's health advocates say they are increasingly concerned about the mental and behavioral health needs among the community's kids. They say the pandemic, violence in schools and the community, and the stressors of living in poverty have left many children -- especially those from disadvantaged communities -- with unmet needs. This hour,…
 
Voters in New York will see five proposals on the ballot this Election Day. Two relate to voting rights and one pertains to clean air and water. What do voters need to know? And what impact would the proposals have, if passed? We discuss these questions with our guests: Assemblymember Jen Lunsford (D) , District 135 Peter Iwanowicz , executive dire…
 
The average height of a female in the UK is 5ft 3in. What is life like for women at the other end of the spectrum, especially when it comes to dating? Jessica Creighton is joined by the author of Get Real, Sarah Ivens, who at 6ft would be introduced to dates as 'Queen Kong' or 'Miss Stretchy', and married at 6 ft 3 in in a pair of diamanté heels; a…
 
This week's Titillating Talks with Tiphany: I love my neurodiverse children. I talk about the challenges and joys of single-parenting my 2 neurodiverse children. What is Neurodiversity? Neurodiversity refers to variation in the human brain regarding social connections, learning, attention, mood, and other mental functions in a way that says, "Ok- y…
 
Abuse can a difficult thing to understand, especially for people who haven't experienced it. This week we dive into a discussion on that theories are available to help people understand abuse and what their strengths and weaknesses are. Stay up to date with our episodes and happenings by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and please …
 
We hope you enjoyed last week's episode! We continue this week with a CALL TO MEN from a man -- Tony Porter. In this TEDWomen talk, Tony Porter makes a call to men everywhere: Don't "act like a man." Telling powerful stories from his own life, he shows how this mentality, drummed into so many men and boys, can lead men to disrespect, mistreat and a…
 
Election Day is less than a month away. This year, there are five proposals on the ballot -- four of which will directly impact voters in Western New York. This hour, we discuss the first proposal: Amend the process for determining congressional and state legislative districts. Our guests weigh in on the process of redistricting at the state/federa…
 
A local production about sexual identity and religion is back by popular demand. We talk with cast members of OFC Creations' production of "BARE" . The pop opera tells the story of a Catholic school boy who is in love with his roommate, and both of their struggles with coming out. Cast members have shared their perspectives during talkbacks after t…
 
With COP26 in Glasgow approaching, our podcast will let you hear the hum and more about the impact of potential energy industries on this slice of the Clyde coast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy…
 
If we really want to end intimate partner violence -- rather than, say, score hundreds of millions of dollars in federal and philanthropic money for feminist social programs and activist salaries, or, say, promote sexist stereotypes that hobble men's advancement toward forms of gender equity that might displease some women -- is there any hope of d…
 
Sophie Ellis-Bextor has seven albums, five children, a podcast and her Live Kitchen Discos during lockdown were a means of virtual escapism for many, and became weekly moments of united sequined catharsis. She joins Emma to discuss her memoir Spinning Plates: Music, Men, Motherhood and Me.Claudia Webbe, a former Labour MP for Leicester East, who no…
 
This week on All Ears, Abby is joined by Ellen Pao. Pao made headlines in 2012 when she sued venture capital firm Kleiner-Perkins for gender discrimination. In 2015 she lost the lawsuit, but it sent shockwaves throughout Silicon Valley and got people talking about the rampant bro-culture, sexism and bad behaviors that had gone unchallenged there fo…
 
What can Harriet Tubman, Martha Coffin Wright, and Frances Seward teach modern day Americans about social justice? Dorothy Wickenden explores their remarkable lives and work in her book, “The Agitators.” She will lead a virtual talk through the University of Rochester next week, but first, she joins us on Connections. Our guest: Dorothy Wickenden ,…
 
New York has passed one of the most ambitious pieces of parole reform in the country, and police leaders are not happy about it. The law is called the Less is More Act. It prohibits re-incarceration of people on parole for "technical violations" of parole. In other words, if a parolee misses a meeting, or flunks a drug test, they wouldn't automatic…
 
Phrases like "child witness to violence" or "children exposed to violence" only capture a small slice of how domestic violence perpetrators' behaviors harm children. Assessment frameworks based on these concepts primarily emphasize the traumatic impact of the direct witnessing of acts of physical violence . Coercive control teaches us that it is pa…
 
Who does what in your home? Sourcing school shoes? Calling the plumber? Sorting the threadworms? In her debut novel 'Are We Having Fun Yet?' author and columnist Lucy Mangan reveals the comic diary of Liz who is 'outwardly mute, inwardly mutinous' as she does her best to keep the domestic show on the road.In her new book Rough, Rachel Thompson look…
 
Over the past four years, StrongHearts Native Helpline has responded to more than 11,000 calls, texts and chat requests from Native peoples in need. As the first, culturally grounded domestic violence, dating violence and sexual violence helpline by and for Native people, it has rapidly grown, establishing itself as a strong, vocal advocate in the …
 
The CDC recently published a list of ideas about how to prepare for safe holiday celebrations. But most Americans are not going to consider another Zoom Christmas. So how can we transition into a rhythm of life that reduces risk while also acknowledging that COVID is here to stay? That's the focus of a new piece from Dr. Lucy McBride. She writes th…
 
Would hiring more women reduce incidents of police violence? Some data indicates the answer is yes. Recently, a Rochester forum aimed to answer questions about the lack of women in law enforcement, and what might change that. We discuss it with our guests: Kym Craven , executive director of the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executiv…
 
For this brief episode, Robin covers a handful of pieces from the Lori Vallow / Chad Daybell case that have dropped over the last week. Guys, there is simply too much to cover on this podcast. This will be Part 1, which covers some of the text/physical drops. Part 2 will entail coverage of the myriad video interviews, from people like Lori Vallow, …
 
Radio DJ Emma Wilson believes that the policeman Wayne Couzens who kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard exposed himself to her in an alleyway some 13 years ago. Emma reported it to the police at the time – no action was taken, but she has decided to speak out now because when she did report it she was not happy with the response.One of the k…
 
How do you embrace your sexuality after divorce? Jordan D'Nelle is a Physician's Assistant that specializes as a women's sexual health educator, an intimacy coach and has a podcast called Vaginas, Vulvas & Vibrators. Jordan's medical professional background allows her to have juicy conversations about sexual health in a matter-of-fact, shame free w…
 
Today is Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples' Day. In Rochester, a committee formed by Italian Americans has been working to determine the best way to honor Indigenous peoples while maintaining a day of celebration for Italian heritage. Our guests discuss their work: Ronnie Pollack, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, Eagle Clan, co-chair …
 
We continue our series of conversations with candidates for Rochester City Council. Our goal is to talk with all interested candidates on the ballot prior to Election Day. This hour, we hear from Jasmin Reggler and Kim Smith about their backgrounds, platforms, and priorities for Rochester. Our guests: Jasmin Reggler Kim Smith…
 
To mark our 75th anniversary last week we commissioned a poll to explore how you feel about equality in 2021 and how much progress you believe women have made since the first episode of Woman’s Hour was broadcast in 1949 Over two thirds of the women we spoke to said it was down to experiences of sexual exploitation and abuse while three while three…
 
A small town cop known as “GI Joe” is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015 and quickly becomes a martyr in the national media. But when a dogged investigator and his team set out to get justice, they uncover unsettling secrets about Joe, the local police department, and the village of Fox Lake. From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Do…
 
Elizabeth answers listeners' questions about difficulties with healing and aspects of her personal story. The questions this episode were: "What advice do you have for those who still struggle many years later?" (01:15) "Is it hard having people look at you as someone who has triumphed over past traumas, does it pressure you to act happier than you…
 
This week we speak to Dr Maria Hach about the Sexual and Reproductive Health Data Report 2021.Dr Maria is the author of the report and the acting Research Advocacy and Policy Manager at Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH). Due to the length of the report, we've had to narrow our focus to a few key areas. These areas include contraception…
 
Baroness Brenda Hale is a former judge who served as the first female president of the Supreme Court. She has written a book, Spider Woman, that spans her life and work.We hear from Professor Anita Hill who thirty years ago faced an all-male, all-white Senate Judiciary Committee—led by the then, Senator Joe Biden—to testify that her boss, Supreme C…
 
Shannon Stirone is a science writer who says that lately, we've been looking at space all wrong. Whether it's space tourism led by billionaires or the recent obsession with aliens and UFOs, Stirone is asking us to refocus how we think about the stars. We discuss it with our guests: Shannon Stirone , science writer and contributor to The Atlantic Br…
 
According to the Alzheimer's Association, by 2050, the number of people aged 65 and older with Alzheimer’s dementia is projected to reach 12.7 million. What do families need to know about the diagnosis and treatment of the disease? Our guests discuss the latest in Alzheimer's research, and we hear from former WROC anchor Maureen McGuire, whose fath…
 
We have brought together a team of national experts that include a former violent crime detective, a national trainer, author and survivor, a children's ministry leader and a child forensic interviewing to create a dynamic and solutions-driven online child sexual abuse prevention training program for employees and volunteers who work with children.…
 
Over the last few years, the figures around celibacy have generally been on the rise - particular amongst young women. What’s to be gained from making this life choice? And what should one know before deciding to become celibate? Anita speaks to sex therapist Danielle Bennett, and two women who have experience with celibacy. Laura Kennedy is in her…
 
On this week's episode of Titillating Talks with Tiphany, I bring you in on an important conversation about minority women and domestic violence that I am having with my good friend, Maida Garcia. Maida helps me to understand the issue of domestic violence and intimate partner abuse from the lens of the minority community. She explains that too man…
 
If Facebook is not going to regulate itself, is there anything that can be done? The company’s whistleblower has provided evidence indicating that Facebook does not want to stop the flow of misinformation, because misinformation is profitable. So what should happen next? Our guests discuss it: Brooke Binkowski , former Facebook fact checker and man…
 
Is Instagram a unique threat to teenage girls? Internal Facebook documents indicate that the company realizes how much damage the platform can do. Some leading psychologists have argued that we are reaching a public health crisis that threatens girls specifically. Others have pushed back, arguing that body image issues have always existed for teena…
 
Our specially commissioned poll to celebrate Woman’s Hour at 75 looks at women and equality in the UK today. It finds the place that women feel the most unequal is in the home, at work in terms of pay and benefits and in terms of safety due to their experience of sexual exploitation and abuse. Emma Barnett talks about the issues raised with our pan…
 
This week on All Ears, Abby is joined by E. Jean Carroll. Carroll is a journalist, memoirist, and the author of America’s longest running advice column. She’s also one of the many, many women who have come forward with sexual assault allegations against former President Donald Trump. When Trump denied the allegation Carroll sued him for defamation,…
 
Let's talk sports! The Red Wings just wrapped up their first baseball season in two years, the Amerks are getting ready to bring (vaccinated) fans back to Blue Cross Arena after playing to empty stands most of last year, and there are two new(ish) teams gearing up to bring pro soccer back to Rochester after some rough years for the sport. How do th…
 
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