Stuff Mom Never Told You

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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.

In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
Coco Tang and Kimberly Spray of Global Outreach Doctors join the show to delve into their experience in the Democratic Republic of Congo to assess the fallout and possible sustainable, actionable items we can take to combat sex and gender based violence in that country. Recorded in the before times!
SMNTY Book Club: Ash April 1, 2020
On this episode of book club, Anney ands Samantha discuss Ash, Malinda Lo's LGBTQ+ reimagining of the classic Cinderella fairty tale.
How's Covid-19 impacting relationships? Anney and Samantha chat about divorce rates, birth rates, dating during the age of social-distancing and New York's sex guidelines.
In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
For this edition of Feminist Movie Friday, Anney and Samantha tackle the themes and tropes of their favorite Iranian vampire Western movie, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.
Hi SMNTY listeners - today we wanted to give you a preview of the newest project from Robert Evans (host of Behind the Bastards and It Could Happen Here and co-host of Worst Year Ever). It's called The Women's War, and you can listen to episode 1 now over in …
Rose Reid and her mother Gail of the podcast The Women share the stories and legacies of singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie and Director of UN Women Phumzile Ngcuka Mlambo. Recorded in the before times!
In the not-so-mini first episode of our new Monday Mini series, Anney and Samantha talk about Covid-19 and how it might be particularly impacting women. Plus a short bonus interview about Anney's past experiences with quarantining.
In honor of women's history month (and more of us staying in), we've compiled a list of pioneering women you should know from around the world, and throughout history.
The hosts of the podcast The Limit Does Not Exist stop by to talk the many firsts and lasting legacy of Amazing Grace herself, Admiral Grace Hopper.
Chelsea Ursin of the podcast Dear Young Rocker opens up about her experiences with being a female musician, anxiety, body image issues, anger, and having compassion for our younger selves.
Why do some men yell at women on the street? In this classic episode, Cristen and Caroline discuss why catcalling happens and women's century-long fight against street harassment.
Time for another update! On the docket: politics, culture, sports, and personal check-ins.
Helen Perry, the Executive Director of Global Response Management, joins us to describe the conditions of the refugees waiting at the US border in Matamoros, Mexico, how it specifically impacts women, and what we can do about it.
Conservative Phyllis Schlafly is best known as the anti-feminist who stopped the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, but her political legacy goes much deeper than championing housewifery. With the ERA back in the news, check on this classic where Cristen and Caroline discuss the rise of the woman who …
Dialect coach and host of the podcast of Permission to Speak Samara Bay shares her insights around language, policing women's vocal patterns and how to trust your voice.
SMNTY sits down with comedian Chanel Ali to discuss women, comedy, and advocacy.