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Check out my conversation with Jeannette Breward and Elle Warren!

We have a very honest conversation about emotional labour and feminized labour in our lives from where we stand. Topics include:
– who makes dinner?
– unpaid work with no breaks
– breastfeeding
– “double shifts”
– disability and emotional labour
and more!

Jeannette Links:
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Elle Links:
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Check out my conversation with Jeannette Breward and Elle Warren!



We talk about what women empowerment means to us and whether each of the following topics are empowering to women:
– Sex work and porn
– Women only space
– Moms who work out of the house and mom’s who work in the home
– Cosmetic surgery

Jeannette Links:
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Elle Links:
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Check out my conversation with Ashley Bouman!

We talk about:
– her professional journey
– her community activism
Cobourg Queer Collective
Northumberland Queeries and grassroots, queer, feminist journalism
– intersectional feminism and queerness
– defunding the police and how they should be involved in Cobourg Pride

and more!

Featured Tunes:
Boyfriend by Tegan and Sara
I’m a Transvest-lite by NOFX
Community by Bad Cop / Bad Cop
Sing with Me by Bad Cop / Bad Cop

Check out my interview with Jacqueline Pennington!

https://northumberland897.ca/nothing-exists/2020/6/19/the-nothing-exists-radio-hour-s3e18-jacqueline-pennington-raising-a-transgender-child

We talk about:
– Her experience with learning her son’s true gender
– Expectations we have about our child’s gender starting in pregnancy
– What transitioning can look like with children
– Political misconceptions and barriers within our local healthcare community regarding transgender children
– Navigating consent and advocacy work with her son
and tons more.

Featured Tunes:
Paper Thin by RVIVR
Pretty Girls (The Mover) by Against Me!
We Belong by The Hextalls
Freedom by Beyonce ft. Kendrick Lamar

Check out my conversation with Erin Croteau!

 

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Featured Tunes by:
Fiona Apple
Sarah Harmer

Check out my conversation with Lana Missen!

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We talk about:

  • Lana’s definition of feminism
  • What community means and how to build it from a feminist perspective
  • Fundraising and working in the not for profit sector
  • Making art and photography
  • and more!

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Featured Tunes by:
Cleopatrick
Kate Nash
Ani DiFranco
Alanis Morrisette

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Featuring very important production assistant: Luna! And cohost Ashley Bouman!

Coming up: Port Hope Goes Punk
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Top 10 of Season 2:

10. Smokii Sumac, episode 2!

Check out his book here: “You Are Enough: Love Poems for the End of the World”

9. Susan K, episode 17!

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8. Nickola Magnolia, episode 4!

Listen to a live update and live performance of one of her beautiful original songs in the episode.

7. Robert Washburn, episode 26!

6. Josh Noiseux, episode 20!

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5. Katie Hoogandam, episode 23

Listen to a reading of one of the poems from her chapbook, Mothertongue, available at Let’s Talk Books in Cobourg in the episode.

4. Psychedelics, episode 18

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3. Kristie Salter, episode 13

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2. Maureen Pollard, episode 11

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1. Holly Barclay, episode 19

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Featured Tunes:

Corn Dog Sonnet No. 7- Sincere Engineer
Failed Imagineer- Propagandhi
My Favourite Chords- Weakerthans

Check out my conversation with Lyndsay Lazar!

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We talk about:
– Lyndsay’s history of business ownership
– Starting her new company, Bonbon Fashion
– Balancing sustainability and feminism in the fashion industry
– Our mutual love of vintage fashion
– Living with chronic pain and a traumatic brain injury
– Creative work as therapy
– How Lyndsay’s work keeps her well

and more!

Featured Tunes by:
Angel Haze
Tegan and Sara
Winona Wilde
Missy Elliot

Check out my conversation with Jenny Whyte!

Jenny Whyte

We talk about:
– The work she does around strategic foresight and innovation
– human-centred design
– how empathy and communication make change
– restorative justice and call-out culture
– working with the topic of climate change
– how Jenny’s work keeps her well

and more!

 

Check out my conversation with Holly Barclay!

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We chat about:

  • Why Holly chose to become a librarian and archivist
  • What the process of becoming a librarian and archivist has been like
  • How Ford’s government has impacted libraries in Ontario
  • Working with plants
  • Holly’s favourite bee facts
  • Navigating pregnancy and childbirth as a feminist in a rural area
  • Becoming a mother- and the identity shift associated with it
  • Care work, emotional labour, and asking for what we need
  • How Holly’s work keeps her well
  • and more!

Featured Tunes:
At the Library by Green Day
Lions and Tigers by Sleater Kinney
Prelude No. 7 of Book 1 (Debussy) by Daniel Weirsma
Braille by Regina Spektor