Stuff Mom Never Told You

Join hosts Anney and Samantha to listen to Stuff Mom Never Told You, continuing the conversation of what it is to identify as female through research-based discussion around feminism and how it impacts everyday life. New episodes come out Wednesday and Friday.

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Monday Mini: Dr. Jill Biden

A recent article calling for Dr. Jill Biden to drop the 'Dr.' sparked a conversation about sexism, education and who gets to use the title 'doctor'.



SMNTY Classics: Why do women have more migraines than men?

Seventeen percent of women report migraine pain, but only six percent of men suffer from these debilitating headaches -- why is that? Tune in as our experts take a look at migraines in this podcast from HowStuffWorks in this classic episode.



SMNTY Classics: Pantsuit Power Dressing

From suffragists to Grace Jones to Hillary Clinton, the pantsuit has at once been a symbol bucking feminine norms and conforming to masculine ones. In this classic episode, Cristen and Caroline trace the history of the power suit and ask why such a seemingly simple fashion has the power to embolden and enrage.



Feminist Movie Friday: The Mummy (and The Mummy Returns)

While the 1999 action-adventure classic The Mummy might not top a lot of feminist movie lists, that didn't stop us from finding some feminist elements in it (and due to Samantha's insistence, The Mummy Returns) to talk about. Come along on this sometimes terribly CGI-ed adventure as we discuss the feminism of these movies and the iconic heroine Evie.



Monday Mini: Too Many Women in Paris?

As 2020 drew to an end, the city of Paris was fined for hiring too many women for government positions. Anney and Samantha discuss why.



Women and Alt-Right Extremism

In the wake of the insurrection at the US Capitol, Anney and Samantha look into women in alt-right extremism.



Book club: Circe

For the first book club pick of 2021, Anney and Samantha delve into Madeline Miller's 2018 novel Circe. Join us for discussion of goddesses, witches, myths and feminism. And turning men into pigs.



Updates: January 2021 Edition

A lot has happened since our last update episode. Anney and Samantha take a look at some updates in sports, entertinament, controversial art, AI, taxes, politics, and more.



Monday Mini: Argentina

Anney and Samantha look into the legalization of abortion in Argentina.



SMNTY Classics: A Revisionist History of Abortion, Part 2

Raised during the Progressive Era crusade against abortion, Margaret Sanger devoted her life to making birth control and familiy planning accessible to women from all walks of life. In this classic episode on the second installment of the two-part cultural and legal history of abortion, Cristen and Caroline highlight Sanger's legacy and eugenics controversy and how the development of Planned Parenthood coincided with midcentury women's fight to access abortion by whatever means necessary.