Equality & Inclusion Erin Lux Feminism Kat Cary Left Politics LGBTQIAP+ Maggie Chapman Talking Sense

Talking Sense… The one with Maggie Chapman.

🎙 It’s not your granny’s #WomensHistoryMonth episode! Links to all of our podcasts on Iplayer and RSS Feed HERE. Also on Spotify HERE Join @kat_cary and Erin (@Seunte) as they talk with @MaggieChapman about the limitations of carceral feminism, policing and prison systems as well as discussing why inclusivity is good, actually. #TalkingSense @sensibilityscot

Brazil International Ungagged Bands

Bioma – Feminist Queercore Band

Bioma is a feminist queercore band, founded in 2017. The band arises from the encounter of four women from SĂŁo Paulo (Brazil), carrying a intersectional feminist speech and libertarian (left-wing, anarchist), anti-rascist, anti-LGBTfobia and anti-CIStemic posture. Bioma’s lyrics are a direct reflection of what happens in politics as a whole, as well as the band’s […]

Ungagged Podcasts

Step Aside, Brother

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean This unintentionally woman-heavy episode of Ungagged, introduced by Neil Anderson,  is themed around “Step Aside Brother,” but of course we are Ungagged, so not all of us have kept to the theme. Thomas Morris will be talking about how sometimes brothers don’t step aside once they’ve got what they want, Chuck Hamilton will […]

Ungagged Podcasts

Come the Day…

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this episode of Ungagged, introduced by Neil Scott, Graham Campbell talks about the Rethinking Race conference in Glasgow, Victoria Pearson reminds us that hope is apathy’s twin sister if it isnt backed up with action, and George Collins  talks about how children are citizens now, not citizens in waiting, and they deserve to have that […]

Feminism

White Ribbons for Indy

“It is incumbent upon each of us to be the woman that [killer’s name] wanted to kill.  We must live with this honor, this courage.  We must drive out fear.  We must hold on.  We must create.  We must resist. Andrea Dworkin (2007)   Online, in an increasingly polarised section of the internet called “the […]