Dec 27, 2020
Before taking a hiatus until March, we list the books, podcasts, documentaries, and other resources that have been mentioned on our past 31 episodes, and we share voicemails from many past guests with additional recommendations!
Mentioned in this episode:
Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism by bell hooks
Dec 13, 2020
We talk with preacher, writer, and speaker Lyvonne Proverbs Briggs about her Instagram congregation, promoting pleasure advocacy in response to trauma, and how womanism saved her life.
Please note that this episode mentions sexual violence (25:26-25:50 and 33:25-34:30).
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Nov 29, 2020
We talk with New Zealand couple Ariel Chuang and Siân Evans about their very different faith journeys, why even talking about going to church is stressful, their hopes for their future son, and the inherent feminism of breaking down barriers as a queer Asian woman in a sexist, racist, homophobic career field.
Nov 15, 2020
We talk with minister and disability activist Corrie Hermans-Webster about practical ways to make church more accessible, what COVID has taught us about inclusive communities, and why consent is about more than asking for permission.
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Nov 1, 2020
We talk with poet, fanfiction author, and aspiring lawyer Elizabeth Reames about how fanfiction is like Scripture, the power of angry, queer poetry, and the moment that cracked her faith in half.
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