Dear listeners, this is our final episode. I've compiled a few of my favorite feminist episodes to round out my run as host of Biology of the Blog and in light of the Women's Marches.
Listen to Haylin Belay talk about her witchcraft newsletter, My Feminism Involves Witchcraft, and Katrina Day talk about sexism in the acting community with Lady Parts.
Follow me next week as I begin a podcast version of my column, Juicy Bits.
We're discussing #Saltbae, a Turkish chef by the name of Nusret Gökçe. The internet is loving the sultry way he handles meat. We're torn between aroused and creeped out.
Also discussing the woman who smashes her face into bread and then later on the show, Trump and the apparent D.C. "dress shortage."
Today is a little different, dear listeners. We all take a minute after the New Year to breathe and regroup. Instead of a guest on this week's show, you will hear my dulcet tones solo assess the supposed moral superiority of women and why the notion should trouble you if you are a feminist living in what will soon be a Trump/Pence/GOP country.
Listen to excerpts from my piece, "Feminism Isn't About Moral Perfection," which you can check out for further reading here.
Joe Virgillito chats with Prof. Gerald Friedman about COVID-19 and the case for Medicare For All. J. McVay and Jacqueline Soller discuss 2011 movie, ‘Contagion.’ Plus a preview of Scoville Unit’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
NYC band Activity is a supergroup of sorts, with Travis Johnson, Steve Levine, Zoë Browne, and Jess Rees coming from the excellent bands Grooms, Field Mouse, and Russian Baths. This particular… | watch