July 20, 2017

Well, Actually 2.15 – Intersectional Feminism Means All Of Us. ALL OF US.

Well, Actually is a podcast about everything – sports, politics, feminism, style, pop culture – you name it, Nicole Gustafson and Tami Dooley will probably talk about it. On this week’s episode, Arnold Woods of TGS joins Nicole and Tami for their discussion that ends up encompassing many facets of intersectional feminism. They talk about their favorite makeup products, some drugstore and some high-end, and then transition into talking about how feminism doesn’t mean liking everyone personally (that means you Vonk), and how archaic views of gender roles can harm society as a whole.

Articles discussed:

http://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/features/a9598414/feminism-is-not-girl-power/

https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/ivanka-trump-women-who-work-review

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/447382/american-masculinity-decline-traditional-homes-can-reverse-it

 

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Tami is a 5th generation Idahoan, who is pretty sure these guys think Idaho is somehow Iowa, but is rolling with it. She lives in Boise with her husband and their poodle and is a rabid Boise State fan. After a short but illustrious career of standing in remote places holding a stop sign, Tami now holds a respectable job and feigns adulthood on a regular basis. When she isn't working or writing, she's cussing about the state of the world, playing softball, or in the kitchen, drinking whiskey and taking obnoxious pictures of dinner for Instagram.

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