Remember syphilis? That STD you thought was a thing of the past, if you thought of it at all? It was once nearly eradicated but it’s back, with fervor. The latest CDC study reports that STDs…
Women’s health care coverage extends as far as the male authors of the bill want it to.
We’ve got a lot of music in this episode… We’ll hear tunes by She Keeps Bees and New Myths, who are playing a benefit show for Planned Parenthood, as well as a song by Dumb Wolves, who are playing Thursdays For The Cause, in support of Our Revolution, at Our Wicked Lady. After that, it’s another group of songs from the King Pizza Records universe, with tracks by The Rizzos and a new one by The Mad Doctors. Then we have great stuff from Allah-Las, Sneaks, Office Culture, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Fred Thomas, Mount Sharp, and Pavo Pavo.
We've got Irina Groushevaia, BTRtoday Social Media Director and photo blogger, in the studio to talk about International Women's Day and pussy hats for pussies.
Molly Knefel is one half of the sibling host team of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Here, in the new weekly video spinoff series about politics and current events, she discusses the negative effects for women of the new healthcare plan offered in the congressional GOP’s recently introduced bill. Music featured in the episode: "Untitled" by Tiny Victories
As Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, you hear those cries and you said “nah brah, I’m busy looking into a cartoon puppet running wild with your tax dollars.” What patriotism.
Alison Désir discusses her 200+ mile run, the appeal of cross country fundraising campaigns, and what the future holds for Run4AllWomen and her activism.
The perfect night for lovers, heartbreakers, criers, and partiers. Valentine’s day was spent with over 15 artists raising money for Planned Parenthood!
Alison Désir joins the show to discuss the Run4AllWomen project, raising money for Planned Parenthood, and running from New York to Washington, D.C.
With the upcoming gag rule, Brooklynites take over by raising money for Planned Parenthood... by doing a flash tattoo event.
Since he-who-cannot-be-named has become president of the U.S., it’s not enough to just protest anymore—everything is working towards a cause now.