Sinopse

Feminist Hotdog is a news, humor and cultural survival podcast by, for and about women. We uplift everyday feminism and feminist heroes and celebrate women as an act of resistance.Does the state of the world make you want to cry? Come hang out with the women of Feminist Hotdog. We promise not to grab you by the pussy.Part of the NoCo FM family of podcasts. Hear more great shows at noco.fm.

Episódios

  • FH S2E14: Feminist High Five

    FH S2E14: Feminist High Five

    24/10/2019 Duração: 54min

    Sometimes I wish I could go back and meet my 20-year-old self. I’m sure she’d be cool, but there’s no way she’d be as woke, witty, and together as this week’s guest—Leah Abrams! She’s a feminist college student with a mind for policy, history, and grassroots organizing, and she has a lot to say about the way feminism has already positively influenced her life. Listen in as we talk about feminism on campus, unsung climate change heroes, things we’re REALLY good at, two media groundbreakers who belong in the Hotdog Hall of Fame.Mothers of Invention Podcasthttps://www.mothersofinvention.online22  Diverse Voices to Follow on Twitter this Earth Dayhttps://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2019/04/22-diverse-voices-to-follow-on-twitter-this-earth-day/"13 Things I Am Really, Really Good At" by Manchit Sachdevahttps://www.makemuse.online/content/read/13-things-i-am-really-really-good-atMake Musehttps://www.makemuse.onlineMaura Sheedyhttps://strategygirl.nyc/2019/04/19/interview-with-maura-sheedy-founder-of-make-muse/Nik

  • FH S2E13: The Limits to Our Justice

    FH S2E13: The Limits to Our Justice

    10/10/2019 Duração: 59min

    If you’re not tuned in to Jana Schmieding and her awesome podcast Woman of Size, you’re missing out. Jana is a comedian, writer, educator, and artist with a talent for getting to the heart of why we need to expand our vision of justice. She is also a Lakota woman who navigates feminism in white and decolonized spaces and has a lot to say about both. We talked about how she uses her platform to advance both Native and fat liberation, dug into the distinctions between body positivity and fat positivity, and celebrated the badassery of Wilma Mankiller. (P.S. Check out her essay in the new YA book The Other F Word!)Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeWoman of Size podcasthttps://www.womanofsize.comWoman of Size on Instagram (@womanofsizepod)https://www.instagram.com/womanofsizepod/Check out Jana’s beadwork here! (@janaunplgd)https://www.instagram.com/janaunplgd/All My Relations podcasthttps://www.allmyrelationspodcast.comNative Appropriations bloghttp://nativeappropriations.com"Stop Apologizing, Start Thanking"h

  • FH S2E12: Thank You, Kimberlé Crenshaw

    FH S2E12: Thank You, Kimberlé Crenshaw

    26/09/2019 Duração: 39min

    If the world had more teachers like Liz Kleinrock, what a wonderful place it would be! She’s an award-winning, book-writing, TED-talk-giving badass educator who is living her values every day. Whether in front of the classroom or on Instagram, where she runs a popular platform for other teachers, Liz inspires the people around her by shining a light on critical social justice issues. Listen and learn about how she went viral for talking to students about consent, what it takes to be a feminist teacher, and why life is better with [email protected]://www.instagram.com/teachandtransform/Liz’s TED Talkhttps://www.ted.com/talks/liz_kleinrock_how_to_teach_kids_to_talk_about_taboo_topicsInterference Archivehttps://interferencearchive.orgRadio Roshanihttps://www.bbc.com/news/stories-49584155Yuri Kochiamahttps://www.zinnedproject.org/news/tdih/yuri-kochiyama-was-born/

  • FH S2E11: My Second Life

    FH S2E11: My Second Life

    12/09/2019 Duração: 54min

    Clara Holmes is a model, fashion and lifestyle blogger, and the creator of Rollin Funky, a blog and social media platform where she captures her fabulous life in words and pictures. In addition to being a lover of shoes, travel, and nightclubs (and a fierce feminist), Clara is a full-time wheelchair user who writes with depth and honesty about how being a woman with a disability influences—but does not define—her. Learn how she transformed her life in her thirties, how she's helping change the fashion industry, and why Nicki Minaj holds a special place in her heart.Things We Talk About on this Episode:Rollin Funky blog:https://rollinfunky.comRollin Funky Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/rollinfunky/Jameela Jamil and the iWeigh campaign:today.com/seri...women-t136973Pose:fxnetworks.com/shows/poseSonya Renee Taylor:https://www.sonyareneetaylor.comOlive Morris:https://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/blog/black-history-month-power-olive-morris

  • FH S2E10: Growth is a Way of Life

    FH S2E10: Growth is a Way of Life

    29/08/2019 Duração: 01h01min

    Meet questioner, seeker, mother, reader, counselor, and all-around fabulous human Urjita Parekh. She’s the kind of friend who always steers you in the right direction when you’re questioning life, and she brought that same affirming energy to our conversation in this episode. Absorb her wisdom as she talks about finding a spiritual path, negotiating identity in hostile spaces, and growing as a person when you’re busy as hell.Stuff We Talked About on This Episode:Grombrehttps://www.instagram.com/grombre/Sober Glowhttps://www.instagram.com/thesoberglow/Ursula Le Guinhttps://www.ursulakleguin.comLoretta Rosshttps://www.makers.com/profiles/591f26dda8c7c425e029ca68Dalkon Shield Casehttps://www.rewire.news/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/CHOICELESS-The-Backstory-Loretta-Ross-on-the-Dalkon-Shield-Disaster.pdf

  • FH S2E09: The T is Usually Silent

    FH S2E09: The T is Usually Silent

    15/08/2019 Duração: 53min

    I've wanted to interview Hazel Edwards ever since I started Feminist Hotdog. At the tender age of 22, she's the interim director of the Bryson Institute, the education and training department for Philadelphia's Attic Youth Center. Pushed out of a school that refused to affirm her gender, she now advocates for trans youth and educates service providers. Listen and get an education on intersectional feminism and being an ally to trans and nonbinary people. Her story will make your liberationist heart sing!Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeAttic Youth Centerhttp://atticyouthcenter.orgHazel Edwards http://tolerance.org/magazine/fall-2017/nothing-about-us-without-us-is-for-us

  • FH S2E08: I Dont Know What That Is, But I Googled It

    FH S2E08: I Don't Know What That Is, But I Googled It

    01/08/2019 Duração: 42min

    This week I got to nerd out with Fembot co-founder and chief digital officer Alissa Medina! Alissa’s been all about that magazine lyfe since she founded her first online pub at SIXTEEN. We talk about keeping content intersectional (not just using the word), dealing with trolls (while still benefiting from the algorithm boost they provide), and continuously evolving her platform to meet the changing needs of feminist readership. Thanks for sharing your magic, Alissa!Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeFembot:https://fembotmag.comhttps://www.instagram.com/fembotmag/Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB0_rBq7928Queer Eye:https://www.netflix.com/title/80160037Jane Wardhttps://janewardphd.com/books.htmlThe Women Behind the Moon Landinghttps://www.theguardian.com/global/2019/jul/19/apollo-women-man-walk-on-the-moon

  • FH S2E07: I Feel My Flame Growing

    FH S2E07: I Feel My Flame Growing

    18/07/2019 Duração: 44min

    The only thing better than a feminist podcast is…two feminist podcasts! In this week’s episode, I sat down with Allison Carter, host of Not Your Little Lady, to talk about being a woman and a progressive in the South, seeing Lil Simz and Pussy Riot in concert, the big World Cup win, and—of course—what made our feminist hearts sing.Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeNot Your Little Lady podcasthttp://notyourlittlelady.com/Stadium Erupts in “Equal Pay” Chants as U.S. Wins 2019 World Cup https://www.huffpost.com/entry/equal-pay-chants-2019-world-cup_n_5d222e9fe4b0f3125685c8f6GREY Area by Lil Simzhttps://open.spotify.com/album/4Wwm4xg2748zhYuzDRFTgYPussy Riot Performs in Alabamahttps://news.artnet.com/art-world/pussy-riot-in-alabama-1599955Rachel Carglehttps://www.instagram.com/rachel.cargle/This Is How You Come Out in 2019https://www.glamour.com/story/kelley-ohara-world-cup-photoPhoebe Waller-Bridgehttps://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/sep/08/phoebe-waller-bridge-fleabag-killing-eve-transgressive-women

  • FH S2E06: Loud Voice Woman

    FH S2E06: Loud Voice Woman

    04/07/2019 Duração: 49min

    What a thrill to reunite with my yoga sister Bobae Barnes in the mountains of Colorado! In this episode, we talk about Bobae’s journey to the U.S. from South Korea, healing from trauma through yoga, finding her voice as an artist and a woman, and why she thinks she might be a witch. We also discuss podcasts devoted exclusively to periods, learn about the Korean Me Too movement, and get to know a young climate change activist who’s ready for adults to get out of her way.Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeLyrics to “Yoon Min Soo” (Only Longing Builds Up)https://bit.ly/2NrcD9fCatnbae (Bobae’s personal blog)https://catnbae.wordpress.comBobae Barnes portfolio sitehttps://pianokey6.myportfolio.comPeriod Podcasthttps://periodpodcast2.libsyn.comThe Period Partyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-period-party/id1294938797The Heavy Flow Podcasthttp://amandalaird.ca/the-heavy-flow-podcast/Periods Gone Publichttps://www.brennancenter.org/periods-gone-publicDirected by Womenhttps://directedbywomen.comSeo Ji-hyun,

  • FH S2E05: The Art of Living

    FH S2E05: The Art of Living

    20/06/2019 Duração: 53min

    It's the 1890s. You're a wealthy white woman in love with another wealthy white woman. What do you do? My guest Lizzie Ehrenhalt has the answers in this week's episode! We dive into a chapter from LGBTQ history and explore questions of how to engage our predecessors when we know they held problematic views. We also learn about a modern musician who is making space for queer South Asian people, efforts to raise trans and nonbinary visibility through stock photography, and give two women largely erased by history their time in the spotlight.Stuff We Talked About on This Episode• Precious and Adored: The Love Letters of Rose Cleveland and Evangeline Simpson Whipple, 1890–1918:http://www.mnhs.org/mnhspress/books/precious-and-adored• MNopediahttp://www.mnopedia.org• The Good Ancestor podcast:http://laylafsaad.com/good-ancestor-podcast• The Gender Spectrum Collection by Broadly:http://broadlygenderphotos.vice.com• "Too Late" by Loialhttps://vimeo.com/312918282• Pandita Ramabai Saraswatihttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/

  • FH S2E04: Dont Make Me Give You a Lecture

    FH S2E04: Don't Make Me Give You a Lecture

    06/06/2019 Duração: 46min

    I had such a great time interviewing Antonia Hartley, also known as @feministnutritionist. In this episode, we talk about that sneaky minx diet culture, the difference between body positivity and body neutrality, and the incredible benefits of telling perfectionism to GO AWAY. We also got to know two fabulous new Hall of Famers: rockstar college prez Ruth Simmons and actual rock star Lizzo.Show notes:@feministnutritionist:https://www.instagram.com/feministnutritionist/The Body Is Not an Apology:https://thebodyisnotanapology.comJameela Jamil:https://www.makers.com/videos/5c5a97d5ac239b416b858781I Weigh:https://www.instagram.com/i_weigh/Shrill:https://www.hulu.com/series/shrill-54eab813-3a9b-496d-9d7e-908597ad8d1aRuth Simmons:https://www.makers.com/profiles/591f27c7a8c7c4265c6428eeLizzo:https://www.thecut.com/2019/02/lizzo-flute-pop-star.html

  • FH S2E03: Downtown Feminist Town

    FH S2E03: Downtown Feminist Town

    23/05/2019 Duração: 58min

    What's the difference between reproductive rights and reproductive justice? My guest Mawiyah Patten breaks it down in this timely episode as we discuss modern challenges to reproductive freedoms, including how to engage people with whom you fundamentally disagree on the issues. We also dig into how identity influences our perspectives on feminism, learn about the fierce writer and activist at the helm of OUT Magazine, and pay homage to the women behind one of the most iconic reproductive health resources in the world.URGE:https://urge.orgRaquel Willis:http://www.raquelwillis.comOUT Magazine:https://www.out.comOur Bodies Ourselveshttps://www.ourbodiesourselves.orgSupport us on Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/nocofmHosted by Adrienne van der Valk. Produced by NoCo FM.Hear more great podcasts at https://noco.fmFollow the show:https://www.feministhotdog.com/https://twitter.com/FeministHotdoghttps://www.facebook.com/FeministHotdoghttps://www.instagram.com/feminist_hotdogFollow NoCo FM: https://twitter.com/nocofmht

  • FH S2E02: Mata Hari Gets Free

    FH S2E02: Mata Hari Gets Free

    09/05/2019 Duração: 52min

    This week we're Choosing Our Own Adventure with author Katherine Factor who has just released a book for young readers about the world's most iconic female spy (but was she a feminist?). If you were a creative kid who lost your spark along the way, be sure to tune in for advice on how to free our minds and tap back into our imaginations (Katherine can help with that!). We also talk about an abolitionist "libertory" space in the works, Ava DuVernay's new Netflix series, a heartwarming advocate for our feline friends, and—of course—the Hotdog Hall of Fame.Katherine Factor, writer, editor, educator:https://www.kfactorwrites.comChoose Your Own Adventure SPIES: Mata Hari:https://amzn.to/2Lx7sUlShe Persisted Around the World by Chelsea Clinton:https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/573478/she-persisted-around-the-world-by-chelsea-clinton-illustrated-by-alexandra-boiger/9780525516996The Turning by Emily Wittman:https://www.harpercollins.com/9780062657954/the-turning1977 Books, an abolitionist librería:https://www.

  • FH S2E01: Is This Over Yet?

    FH S2E01: Is This Over Yet?

    25/04/2019 Duração: 45min

    We kick off Season 2 on noco.fm with my Feminist Hotdog A1 From Day 1, Kristina Turner of The Fan Squad! We catch up on Kristina's feminist pop culture recommendations, gush about Beyoncé's latest surprise drop, and talk about pursuing representation in media without tokenizing anybody. We also get to know two lesser-known feminist trailblazers in advertising, entertainment, and publishing: Netta Dobbins and Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel. Listen along and feel the love!Stuff We Talk AboutThe Fan Squad [https://tfsquad.com]Homecoming [https://www.beyonce.com]If Beale Street Could Talk [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4m3t3G3Zqc]Little [https://www.littlethemovie.com]Small Victories [https://www.celebratesmallvictories.com]Shrill [https://www.hulu.com/series/shrill-54eab813-3a9b-496d-9d7e-908597ad8d1a]Netta Dobbins [https://www.nettadobbins.com]Tichi Wilkerson-Kassel [http://projects.latimes.com/hollywood/star-walk/tichi-wilkerson-kassel/]Women In Film [https://womeninfilm.org]Support us on Patreon!https://www.patreo

  • FH S1E15: Does Your Dog Have Children?

    FH S1E15: Does Your Dog Have Children?

    10/03/2019 Duração: 59min

    It’s the last episode of Season 1…WHAT!? In this landmark show, financial whiz Lisa Ann Williamson drops some knowledge about how to get your head out of the sand about money and the unique challenges women face when it comes to financial planning. We also talk about the beauty of intergenerational households, meet the woman who inspired Madam C.J. Walker, and peruse a “guide to girlhood” published in 1931. (Music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)Stuff We Talked About on This Episode:200 Women Who Will Change the Way You See the WorldAnnie Turnbo MaloneYayoi Kusama

  • FH S1E14: The Voice of Her Generation

    FH S1E14: The Voice of Her Generation

    20/02/2019 Duração: 54min

    She’s a poet! She’s a fashionista! She’s a scriptwriter! She’s…ANGBEEN! This guest has been a Feminist Hotdog cheerleader from the beginning. Without her, this show might never have existed! We had a blast talking about pregnant Spiderwoman, Lorena Bobbitt’s reckoning, our mutual love for Stacey Abrams, and two new Hall of Famers, one of whom made us cry (happy tears). Thanks for stopping by, A! (Music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)Stuff We Talked About on This Episode:Battle Tactics for Your Sexist WorkplaceYou Know the Lorena Bobbitt Story. But Not All of It.Awesome 9-Year-Old (Halle Amore Moore) Publishes Feminist Book of PoetrySpider-Woman Shown Heavily Pregnant in New (Old) ComicRead Stacey Abrams' Full Response to State of the UnionEmergent Strategies by adrienne maree brown (buy it right now!)   

  • FH S1E13: Lovers of Life

    FH S1E13: Lovers of Life

    03/02/2019 Duração: 37min

    This week I got to dish with teacher, mother and lover of life Judy Kerner. We talk about Judy's unconventional path to parenthood, ruminate over Gillette's new toxic masculinity ad, and learn about three modern book lovers who are bringing back indie-stye Bookmobiles to communities that lack access to queer authors and writers of color. We also welcomed two new Hall of Famers who both work in the entertainment industry, including a young woman who started the Chinese #MeToo movement. (Music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)

  • FH S1E12: Adventures With Maddog

    FH S1E12: Adventures With Maddog

    27/01/2019 Duração: 51min

    My guest, Madison Clark, is a scholar, a pop-culture princess, an activist and an expert on everything Michael Jackson. Madison stopped by on a visit from Southern California to talk about her latest experience as a clinic escort, clemency for Cyntoia Brown, AOC's dance moves and "Masculinity Monday." We also introduced each other to two trailblazing academics from history and welcomed them into the Hotdog Hall of Fame. (Music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)

  • FH S1E11: Radical Deliciousness

    FH S1E11: Radical Deliciousness

    12/01/2019 Duração: 44min

    It almost doesn't feel right to have a chef of this caliber on a show with "hotdog" in the title, but lucky for us, Davena is a culinary populist. In this episode, we talk collard greens, vibrators, "micro-affirmations" and the assumptions we make about lady chefs. We also get to know a hard-core 19th-century feminist left behind by history for being "too radical." (Wait...that's a thing???) (Music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)

  • FH S1E10: No More Endo, No More Ute

    FH S1E10: No More Endo, No More Ute

    31/12/2018 Duração: 48min

    It's the last episode of 2018 and the first Feminist Hotdog threeway! Dynamic duo Shannon and Leanne join me to reflect on the year, talk about their favorite feminist moments (shout out to Brandi Carlile and the Dixie Chicks), and launch their singing careers. We also hear about Shannon's surgical adventures and ponder the mystery of why doctors have such a hard time talking to patients about their vaginas. (Theme music by Ava Luna and Loyalty Freak Music.)

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