People had a lot of fun making clever signs, so BTR rounded up some favorites from NYC, DC and Cali!
When we tout the “peacefulness” of the marches, we forget that white feminists have the privilege of being able to march with the support of law enforcement, a privilege that women of color don’t enjoy.
Joe dispatches his final thoughts on the Women's March, discusses the lack of faith in the Democratic Party, and reads an excerpt from his piece on BTRtoday.
Joe speaks with Mary Sheehy and discusses Trump's recent immigration actions with BTRtoday social media director Irina Groushevaia.
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.    
Joe speaks with Steve Strauss of the Freedom Socialist Party and reflects on the scope of the Women's March.
At the Women's March on Washington, Joe speaks artist Coralina Meyer about her nationwide underwear audit and visible patriot Ian Broverman about the importance of respecting your fellow Americans.
Mother and business owner Hillary Kelbick joins the show to discuss organizing a bus for the Women's March on Washington, initial concerns about the event's organization, and the importance of protest.
On a special edition of the Daily Beat, Joe discusses coming changes in the show's format. Later, BTR editor Zach Schepis joins the show to talk about attending the Women's March on Washington.