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Feminist Hotdog is a podcast about finding joy through feminism and living your best feminist life. We uplift everyday feminism and feminist heroes and celebrate women, trans, and nonbinary people as an act of resistance. Part of the Loudspeakeer family of podcasts. Hear new episodes first on Wednesday nights at 10pm ET/8pm MT on the Loudspeaker One live stream at https://www.loudspeaker.fm or get our free mobile app.
 
The Spark is a guide to living your best life. Created out of a desire to help people, each week we'll delve into interesting topics in the fields of psychology, health and wellness, motivation, and other concepts to give you tools to help spark new ideas and create a more fulfilling life. Part of the Loudspeaker family of podcasts. Hear new episodes first on Wednesday nights at 9pm ET/7pm MT on the Loudspeaker One live stream at https://www.loudspeaker.fm or get our free mobile app.
 
Join Agents Hal Bishop and Ash Delaney of the Department of The Weird as they take on terrors unusual and mundane, discover secrets, sing some Dolly Parton, and hopefully not get murdered by demons. (They will probably get murdered by demons). The Weird is a horror/comedy TTRPG podcast influenced by Twin Peaks and The X-Files that leans heavily into an immersive audio fiction experience. Part of the Loudspeaker family of podcasts. Hear new episodes first on Tuesday nights at 9pm ET/6pm PT on ...
 
The We Podcast was created to provide a space for women to speak their authentic truth, grow forward, and rise above the challenges they face. To realize and fully understand that we are not alone in our struggles is powerful and so very healing. In a world where masks and perfectionism are the norms, we want this to be a space where you can authentically come and take off those masks and stop the comparison game. We believe our story makes us who we are and that we each have a unique perspe ...
 
This show takes time to pause life to focus on social good, social entrepreneurship, and social impact. There are enough people tearing each other down and apart in relationships, business, and all over the world. It is time to STOP. Shift the focus to the people who are making a difference in this world by creating and serving others in ways they have embraced. This show is aimed to connect people to listen, learn, and spark interest and empowerment in how they themselves see what they can ...
 
Rolling Misadventures is an improvised collaborative audio fiction podcast. Originally starting as an actual play podcast using the tabletop game Fiasco, Rolling Misadventures quickly evolved by utilizing audio fiction sound design elements. This blend gives tabletop banter that most TTRPG podcasts are known for, but also sets it apart with immersive narrative scenes. As we focus on shorter story arcs, within two episodes, this allows us to hop between multiple genres. We’ve been able to pla ...
 
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Thousands of kids in the Colorado foster care system are unseen and suffering, left to feel like they don’t belong. On an average day in Colorado, 11 children or teens enter foster care because their parents need time to learn new skills to become the parents their children need them to be. When children age-out of the system at 18 without a family…
 
You're listening to episode #100! In this episode Sarah Monares talks about her biggest takeaways from the past 100 episodes. She goes over the themes that are important for each of us to remember on our growth journeys. Come celebrate episode 100 with us! Music: Full Moon Lofi Vibes by EdiKey20 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Connec…
 
You're listening to episode #99 with Kirsten Helgeson In this episode we talk about going beyond the superficial and connecting with one another in a deeper way. We chat about women empowerment, elevating women's voices, inclusive mental health, and how important our emotions are. Kirsten has worked with women all over the world and has a heart to …
 
Can having an empathetic mindset be taught and lead to your business success? On this episode, Dr. Natalie Phillips spends time talking with Natalie Jark, a web design coach, consultant, and speaker who is dedicated to help people do good in this world by empowering businesses to do good through their work. She talks about using an empathetic minds…
 
Warning: This episode includes discussion of suicide and suicidal ideation. When Sara and I first spoke about her appearance on Feminist Hotdog, I wasn't entirely clear on the connection between feminism and suicide prevention. However, after this conversation, I realized that suicide is a stigma-laden topic that—like addiction and abuse—often impa…
 
In this episode I get to talk with Juliette Sakasegawa. Juliette is an Empowerment Coach for Life, Business, and Relationships. She is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and a Reiki Practitioner. Juliette is passionate about helping her clients in a variety of areas. She can help you create a life of joy and fulfillment, reduce stress and…
 
Most of us would never think of leaving a thriving six figure career...but what if we found out that our true happiness and bigger calling had nothing to do with money at all? Join me for an inspirational interview with author, podcaster, and wellness expert Suzanne Ross. She shares her transformational journey from the corporate world to richer li…
 
You're listening to episode #97 with Renee Ronika Bhatti-Klug. We talk about multiethnicity and identity development and we also really dive into one of Renee’s biggest area of focus which is centered around faith and religion and how it has become entrenched in politics. She shares her journey through abuse and difficult obstacles and how she’s us…
 
Have you wanted or needed to give a gift and wished you just knew what the person wanted? Or wanted to share what you actually need or want? What about gifting supplies and needs to a non-profit organization? On this episode, Dr. Natalie Phillips chats with Kelly Keurzoneff, Founder and President of Givelist for Good, a nonprofit organization, and …
 
Zillah Eisenstein is an influential scholar, writer, and activist who has engaged in feminist action and inquiry for over 40 years. Her book Abolitionist Socialist Feminism profoundly affected me when I read it last year, so I was thrilled when she agreed to come on the show to discuss her career and the state of the world. Among many other topics,…
 
You're listening to episode #96 with Rebecca Dollard. In this episode we talk about Rebecca's motherhood story and how it brought her to the place of wanting to help other moms. Being a mom is tough, it it's so important to talk about all the real, hard, and beautiful that comes with the role! Learn more about Rebecca: Rebecca is passionate about b…
 
What matters most to you? How do you find meaning in your life? Best-selling author, Hollywood film producer, and podcaster Paul Samuel Doleman shares with us several secrets to how to live a meaningful life that truly matters. Candid, funny and always poignant, Paul delivers an important message about showing up and living a beautiful life. Connec…
 
Warning: The following contains discussion of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sex trafficking, which may be disturbing for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. You're listening to episode #95 with Megan Lundstrom. In this episode we talk about Megan's personal story with sex trafficking, as well as signs to look for, and red fl…
 
"Just put yourself out there and push yourself." Yuvi Dhindsa is a 14 year old entrepreneur, former TedX Youth speaker, and intern at an MIT start-up. A “typical kid”, he is inspired and has learned from YouTube, his friends, and his father and is passionate about making this word better by using technology and focusing on mental health. Yuvi share…
 
Warning: This episode contains disturbing themes and bigoted language. Listener discretion is advised. This episode may not be a very joyful one, but it is fascinating and urgent—possibly more urgent than ever. My guest is Dr. Heidi Beirich, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at the nonprofit organization Global Project Against Hat…
 
Sarah Monares and leaders of The We Spot, Amy Norris and Heather Williams, talk roundtable style about why women are in competition with each other. Why are we so hard on each other as women? How do we change this age old dynamic and learn to lift each other up? We love to dive into the things that people don't normally talk about. Connect with us:…
 
Do you still allow yourself to dream about what you really want to have in your life, or do you feel over-burdened by life and circumstances? Either way, this episode is for you! Join me and Dr. Morgan Oaks for a unique and inspiring conversation about how we can all ignite our dreams and live a more fulfilling and fabulous life! Dr. Morgan Oaks is…
 
You're listening to episode #93 with Rhonda Solis. In this episode we talk about Rhonda's passion for advocacy and equality and inclusion at all levels of our political process. Rhonda is a Greeley West Alumni and also a life-long resident of the Greeley/Evans area. Her current employment is as an office manager for dental office in Windsor along w…
 
“You never know how much you can do until you have an opportunity to do so.” Roman Prokopchuk is a 1st generation immigrant from the Ukraine who arrived in the US with 6 other family members and lived in a 2 bedroom apartment. He interned with the secret service and held a top secret government clearance. Due to the recession in 2008, he became a s…
 
What do you feel when you hear the word abortion? What words do you associate with it? If you’re Amanda Star Kingsley, those words might be fear or sadness but they might also be strength, purpose, and light. Amanda is a post-abortion life coach. Her mission is to help people achieve the vision for their lives that compelled them to choose abortion…
 
You're listening to episode #92 - A conversation with Sarah Monares about vulnerability, owning our stories, and why she created The We Podcast. Sarah Monares in a Northern Colorado native. She absolutely loves to travel yet feels blessed to live in a place where she also loves coming back home. She has two kids (20 and 9) and has been married to h…
 
Love is in the air! As we begin this month of love in February, what a perfect way to start with amazing love advice from someone who has worked with couples for decades and understands the language of love in her professional and personal life as well. Mari Frank is an attorney, mediator, professor, professional speaker/trainer, author, radio talk…
 
Sarah Christine isn't your typical singer/songwriter. Hailing from the ski Mecca of Aspen by way of Minnesota, she moved to Colorado to be closer to the outdoors, and the outdoors have responded in kind, providing inspiration for songs like "Aspen", which you'll hear on this episode. As you'll soon hear, Sarah is a wonderful songwriter and even coo…
 
On a very special episode of Connecting A Better World, Natalie chats with her friend and fellow podcaster Sarah Monares. Sarah is the founder and CEO of Monares Collective LLC and The We Spot, an online community designed to be “your go-to spot for learning, growth, encouragement, inspiration, authenticity, and connection”. Sarah is also the host …
 
It's not every day you get to interview a woman who has inspired you for decades. In this episode, I had the privilege of speaking with feminist icon Loretta J. Ross, activist, writer, and scholar, and a critical voice who has helped shape many aspects of the Women's Movement and the ongoing struggle for human rights worldwide. Over the course of h…
 
This episode contains material that may be sensitive for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Tonight, our incredible conversation with author, activist, and whistleblower Sarah Edmondson continues on The Spark. Sarah details her awakening from within the NXIVM cult that began with reconciling what she thought about the organization with…
 
This episode contains material that may be sensitive for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. What would you do if you found out that a cause you had devoted a decade of your life to wasn't what you thought it was? What if you found yourself embroiled in a sinister cult that bound itself to your life? I'm joined by Sarah Edmondson (subje…
 
Cyberbulling has increased 81% since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Negative online material and behavior are linked to higher levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and suicide in kids and teens. Just because students understand the mechanics of social media and digital technology doesn’t mean they know how to deal with issues like cyberbullying, ha…
 
2020 was such a crazy year filled with so much chaos and uncertainty but there is a way to start 2021 off cultivating deeper happiness, calm, and resiliency in your life. Join me and author, presenter, and amazing soul Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel as we talk about the ways to navigate through the uncertainty and bring our deepest purpose together with …
 
What is your feminist story? What do you desire from your feminist life? My guest this week, Amelia Hruby (you may know her from the Fifty Feminist States podcast, among other great work), has written a beautiful new book that inspires readers to ponder these questions and process their answers in writing: Fifty Feminist Mantras. Learn more about A…
 
After meeting up with their Hacker contact, Kanis, the group realizes that they're being watched. What could have been a quick escape turns to bloodshed as Stanford goes into a rage and fights back. Will the team manage to escape with everyone and everything intact? CONTENT WARNINGS Strong Language, Guns, Depictions of Violence The game played for …
 
In a cyberpunk dystopian future run by corporations, a trio of mercenaries are hired to take part in a war between rival businesses. They're hesitant, but the pay is too good to pass up, so the crew goes to meet with a supplied informant before quickly realizing they may be in over their heads. CONTENT WARNINGS Strong Language, Guns The game played…
 
What conditions are necessary for you to practice the kind of feminism you want to practice? This question is at the heart of today's episode featuring Lutze B. Segu, also known as the Social Justice Doula. Lutze specializes in helping people and organizations create conditions that support deep, sustained social justice work. There's no box-checki…
 
This week, we announce the winner of the Rolling Misadventures giveaway! Afterwards, Derek takes a moment to thank everyone that has contributed to the creation and growth of the show. It's thanks to all of you that we continue to do what we do. And finally, we play a teaser clip from The Violet Saga (debuting on January 4th, 2021). If you enjoyed …
 
It should not cost anyone to be a parent. Find My Parent was born out of the need for a child-centered mechanism to reunite children around the world with their families, including those abducted by one of their parents. Find My Parent exists to give the power back to the victims of child abduction using secure and confidential technology that empo…
 
Are you ready to feel lit up this holiday season? If you want to increase the joy in your own life, than join me this episode when my guest is the amazing, vivacious, and illuminated power house, Curtrice Goddard. Curtrice is a Transformation Teacher, Spiritual Lecturer, and Female Leadership Coach. She brings passion and innovation to self-develop…
 
As we take a break to record our mini series, I wanted to feature shows that I enjoy from guests that have been kind enough to join us on past episodes. This week, we bring you an episode of "ExQueerience Points" an all queer Starfinder actual play podcast. You can find out more details about ExQueerience Points at http://www.exqueeriencepoints.com…
 
Join Stephanie James and some special guests for the first episode of #TheSparkLIVE as we talk about cultivating community during a pandemic. Like what we do? Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/heyloudspeaker Hosted by Stephanie James. Produced by Chris Lanphear for Loudspeaker. Hear more great podcasts at https://www.loudspeaker.fm Fol…
 
As we take a break to record our mini series, I wanted to feature shows that I enjoy from guests that have been kind enough to join us on past episodes. This week, we bring you an episode of "Dumbgeons & Dragons" a fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast. You can find out more details about Dumbgeons & Dragons at https://www.dumbdragon…
 
On this episode, we spend time with Kimberly Giles, Co-Founder of Little Willows, which she founded with her sister. Little Willows provides coordinated clothing boxes for young children in underserved families throughout Northern Colorado. With the conviction that every child deserves to look and feel their best in every season, Little Willows exi…
 
The world can feel chaotic and out of control these days. Did you know that the key to dealing with it and finding a sense of well-being is actually something that is immediately accessible to you? Join me this week for an absolutely dynamic, deep dive conversation as we find the answer to this question with bestselling author, film producer, Taois…
 
Meet Robin and Jaimie. They’re lesbian moms (NOT MARRIED TO EACH OTHER) who set out to find LGBTQ parenting stories and ended up starting a podcast—and, now, writing a book: If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We’ve Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family. It’s a great read based on a great show. It’s also an important one because stories about ho…
 
We begin our series with Denver's own, and our friends, The Mazlows. The Mazlows are a pop punk powerhouse that hails from Denver, Colorado. Formed in 2017, the four-piece band released their debut album "Community Locker" in August 2020 after a year and a half in the making. You might recognize The Mazlows as one of the acts that performed on The …
 
As we take a break to record our mini series, I wanted to feature shows that I enjoy from guests that have been kind enough to join us on past episodes. This week, we bring you the first episode of, "The Critshow," a Monster of the Week, actual play podcast. You can find out more details about The Critshow at https://thecritshowpodcast.com/ But bef…
 
Schizophrenia is often a misunderstood diagnosis, portrayed in movies and TV as something to be feared in others. But what if that "other" was your own son? Our guest this week is mental health advocate, and author of the new book "Noah's Schizophrenia: A Mother's Search for Truth", Kartar Diamond. Kartar takes us on her journey as a mother and the…
 
Light some candles and get cozy. This week, I’m featuring a guest who has had a profound personal influence on me: Dr. Kate Tomas, creator of the Spiritual Life Upgrade program and the Money Magic Manifestation course. Kate is a psychic, a witch, and a spiritual empowerment mentor who specializes in helping women and femmes activate their power. Sh…
 
Our racers have finally made it to Dubai and what better way to start things off other than with a race? After some trash talk and a very sudden explosion leaves everyone questioning what's really going on, Cash learns that his found family with Greg is stewed in lies. Without the aid he sought, Agent Greeves moves forward with the plan to find the…
 
On this episode, we spend time with Sarah Symons, Founder and Director of Her Future Coalition, an international charity who’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty and exploitation by providing education and services to survivors and the most vulnerable girls. Sarah is an author, former composer of music for TV and film as well as a former art …
 
What does it take to live an inspired life? How do we follow our passions? My guest this week is singer-songwriter Steve Ertl, who performs as Stevey. Stevey shares with us his journey to living an authentic and inspired life. A candid and deeply meaningful conversation that will empower you to follow your dreams and ignite the passion in your life…
 
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