In this episode we talk why New Age practices are so mainstream. Ultimately, all of life is worship and there are only two religions. Let’s chat!
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One of the questions sent in to us all the time is, “How do I stay on top of all of my duties as a wife and a mother?” So, the house is a mess, the kids haven’t bathed, and you’re feeling short tempered. What does it mean that Christ is reigning even over the mess?
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In this episode Summer & Joy discuss what flattery is, how to recognize it, and why it ought not to be an immediate cringe feeling when we hear it. Join us!
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In this kind-of yearly plot point, the girls interview each other. This year they discuss household management, Toy Story films ranked, advice for single women, and thoughts on working in ministry. Join us!
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For many, the #MeToo movement was a pivotal moment of activism that set the stage for important matters to be spoken about publicly. Unfortunately, what the movement has really revealed is that our culture is totally unable to define abuse and make victims whole. Join us as we discuss the ways in which women are encouraged to do that which causes harm by this movement.
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It’s a feminist true crime story time! In this episode Summer tells the story of Ann Cooper Hewitt, who was involuntarily sterilized by her mother in order to steal her inheritance. The ensuing court case captured the attention of a nation that was on the leading edge of eugenics—the United States.
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As we wrap up our discussion on the fourth (current) wave of feminist leaders, Joy takes us through a discussion that hits on critical race theory, so-called “body positivity”, depression, social media influence, and fame. Join us!
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As we kick off our discussion of the wave of feminism that we are currently in, Summer breaks the rules a little bit because the topic of transgenderism—which can’t be skipped over if we are talking about current feminism—is such an emotional one. Join us!
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In this episode, Joy tells us the story of Rebecca Walker, the author and activist responsible for coining the term “third wave” in a time when many were arguing for a “postfeminist” era. Her mother was Alice Walker, author of “The Color Purple” and their relationship, which was tense and difficult, was the subject of much of Walker’s writing regarding motherhood and feminism. Join us!
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In this episode, because we discuss the author of Prozac Nation, Elizabeth Wurtzel, we end up discussing mental health, clinical depression, and why the women of the third wave were so angry with the world.
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