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Breaking Down Patriarchy

Amy McPhie Allebest

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Breaking Down Patriarchy is a podcast for everyone! Learn about the creation of patriarchy and those who have challenged it as you listen to bookclub-style discussions of essential historical texts. Gain life-changing epiphanies and practical takeaways through these smart, relatable conversations.
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Light Work by Dear Patriarchy

Jennifer Audrie & Lisa Lynn

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An intersectional feminist guide for women trying to survive the (corporate) world. Jen & Lisa are sisters with over 2 decades spent working in the male-dominated industries of Construction, Tech and Finance. They delve into the pitfalls and the gas-lighting people who identify as women experience in the patriarchal construct of traditional corporate environments, sharing their personal experiences along with statistics relating to how misogyny, racism, queer-phobia, fatphobia, ableism and o ...
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"Take Down The Patriarchy" With Solange & Jen, formerly known as"Jessica & Solange Take Down The Patriarchy" is a feminist deconstruction of movies/TV Shows/Books that contain problematic and stereotypical representations of women. Solange Castro, a standup comic and playwright, wrote the play, "Changes In The Mating Strategies of White People." Jen O'Donell is a comic and producer of "The Ladies Room" as well as reality TV. Jessica Cabot is the writer and creator of the Lisa Kudrow produced ...
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the Patriarchy Show

PAT DIXON

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A happily married family man, Ian Erickson is an author and religious scholar. He lives in a lovely suburban home with his wife and 3 kids. Pat Dixon is a three-times divorced standup comic with no kids. He lives in the smallest room in New York City, where he enjoys chain smoking, and that's about it. Their coverage of U.S. news, politics and culture is a lively, irreverent survey of the most pressing issues of the day, which highlights the absurdity of pandemic-era living and the stupefyin ...
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Amy is joined by sisters Alex Peterson and Bronwen Pugh who share the alarming data surrounding child sexual abuse before telling their own staggering story of survival and offering hope in the form of The Safe Child Project, a new initiative helping to spread awareness and to keep children safe. Alex Peterson serves on the board of Prevent Child A…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Susan Madsen to discuss the current gender inequality experienced by girls and women in Utah, what we can do to create change, and why we need A Bolder Way Forward. Dr. Susan R. Madsen is the Karen Haight Huntsman endowed professor of leadership in the John M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. She's also the…
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Amy is joined by FIDE Grandmaster, Maurice Ashley, to discuss his incredible journey from not making his high school chess team to becoming the world's first Black Grandmaster, plus how patriarchy manifests in the world of competitive chess, and valuable life-lessons we can all take from this remarkable game. Maurice Ashley is an American chess pla…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Dee Mosbacher and Dr. Boden Sandstrom to discuss their documentary, Radical Harmonies, exploring the history of the women's music movement, Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, and how countless lesbian lives were transformed through lyrics and song. Dee Mosbacher, M.D. Ph.D., is a psychiatrist and an Academy Award nominated docume…
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Amy is joined by creators Alex Masse & Frankie Gunn to discuss their podcast, I'm Feeling Queer Today, and explore the critical importance of listening to queer youth, plus Alex and Frankie share guidance for those questioning their identity and for those interested in becoming better allies to the LGBTQIA+ community. Alex K. Masse is a writer, mus…
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Amy is joined by storyteller and founder of The Trevor Project, Celeste Lecesne, to discuss his incredible life of acting and activism, plus how a story can save a life, and exciting new ways our world is changing for (and thanks to) queer youth. James Celeste Lecesne is an American actor, author, screenwriter, and LGBT rights activist, best known …
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Amy is joined by activist and advocate Troy Williams to discuss his incredible coming out journey from the Eagle Forum to Equality Utah, plus how changing our perspective can help turn enemies into allies, and why people of all identities are needed in the struggle for equality. For the past two decades, Troy Williams has been a community organizer…
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Amy is joined by author Kara Loewentheil to discuss her book, Take Back Your Brain: How a Sexist Society Gets in Your Head—and How to Get It Out, plus strategies to change our thought patterns, break out of sexist social conditioning, and live our values from the inside out. After graduating Harvard Law School, litigating reproductive rights, and r…
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Amy is joined by Sola Mahfouz & Malaina Kapoor to discuss their book, Defiant Dreams: The Journey of an Afghan Girl Who Risked Everything for Education, and explore the ongoing struggle for women's education in Afghanistan as well as Sola's remarkable journey from Kandahar to quantum computing. Sola Mahfouz was born in Afghanistan and immigrated to…
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In this episode of the Patriarchy Podcast, Pastor Joseph sits down with Anthony Diehl, a professional strongman and fitness coach, to explore the powerful intersection of faith and fitness. Anthony opens up about his entry into bodybuilding and strongman competitions, sharing insights into how his understanding of fitness has matured over time. He …
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Amy is joined by Dr. Randa Tawil to discuss the history of Palestine, how the ongoing atrocities in Gaza are a feminist issue, and the most effective ways for everyday people to take action for peace. Dr. Randa Tawil is an assistant professor of Women and Gender Studies at Texas Christian University. She received her doctorate in the Department of …
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On this episode, Pastor Joseph interview Pastor John Michael Clark who shares his journey of discovering the importance of masculine leadership in the home and how it transformed his marriage. He emphasizes the need for men to understand their role as the family captain and to lead with compassion, responsibility, and authority. We talk about leadi…
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Amy is joined by author Lisa Selin Davis to discuss her book, Housewife: Why Women Still Do It All and What to Do Instead, detailing the surprisingly recent invention of the 'traditional' housewife, plus laundry, lobotomies, and why modern day tradwives might have more equitable homes than we imagine. Lisa Selin Davis is a critically acclaimed essa…
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On this episode, Pastor Joseph Spurgeon interviews Jason Storms, the director of Operation Save America, about the importance of physical fitness and self-defense for Christian men. They discuss the spiritual aspect of taking care of one's body, the duty to protect and defend others, and the biblical basis for self-defense. They also emphasize the …
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Amy is joined by Dr. Elora Shehabuddin to discuss her book, Sisters in the Mirror: A History of Muslim Women and the Global Politics of Feminism, exploring historical and contemporary misunderstandings of Muslim women, how Western and Muslim feminisms influence one another, and what each of us can do to live as better allies. Dr. Elora Shehabuddin …
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If this episode is resonating with you, send us a message - we’d love to hear from you 🤍 Welcome to season 5 of the Dear Patriarchy Podcast - we're back, baby! Season 5 is the beginning of our evolution of the Dear Patriarchy offering. A year and a half ago, we stepped away to start healing and we're bringing back what we've learned and want to con…
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Amy is joined by Jane Boulware to discuss her book, Worthy, plus her meteoric rise from being a used rug vendor to senior leadership at Microsoft, and how we can all learn to overcome our "un"s and pursue our ambitions. Jane Boulware is a global business leader and former Microsoft Executive. Married to her high school sweetheart, Jane lives in Was…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Lisa DiGiovanni to discuss the histories of state violence in Spain and Chile, the critical concept of 'militarized masculinity', and how everyday people can resist the rise of militarism and hyper-masculinity. Dr. Lisa DiGiovanni is a professor of contemporary Spanish and Larin American literature and film at Keene State Colle…
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Amy is joined by author Celeste Davis to discuss the long history of Mormon feminism, how women's stories have been erased and hidden, and what hope remains for an egalitarian future in the LDS Church. Celeste Davis is the writer behind the popular Substack 'non-spiritual non-direction'. She is a certified spiritual director through the Chaplaincy …
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Amy is joined by Lē Isaac Weaver and Melanie Springer Mock of Christian Feminism Today to discuss the state of gender relations in evangelical communities, Biblical Feminism, purity culture, and the dangerous politization of religious beliefs. Lē Isaac Weaver (they/them) is a creative and technical professional who assists artists, businesses, and …
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Amy is joined by author and preacher Liz Cooledge Jenkins to discuss her book, Nice Churchy Patriarchy: Reclaiming Women's Humanity from Evangelicalism, and dig into ongoing tensions between egalitarianism and complementarianism, plus advice for individuals no longer feeling aligned with their church community. Liz Cooledge Jenkins is a writer, pre…
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On this episode, we introduce the importance of the Westminster Confession of Faith and discuss the principles of church government. Pastor Joseph and Zack Jackson emphasize the need for creeds and confessions to guide the church and dive into the history of the Westminster Confession. They also explore the concept of good and necessary consequence…
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Amy is joined by journalist Dr. Leta Hong Fincher to discuss her book, Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in China, as well as recent changes in Chinese gender relations, and the courageous women defying their state in search of a more equitable future. Dr. Leta Hong Fincher has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, The …
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In this episode of the Patriarchy podcast, Joseph interviews BJ Newman, an Air Force chaplain and Presbyterian minister, about how men can be effective in today's world. The conversation covers various topics, including the Jewish question, the importance of family, focusing locally, and prioritizing institutions over popularity. The conversation e…
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Amy is joined by historian Jill Burke to discuss her book, How to Be a Renaissance Woman: The Untold History of Beauty and Female Creativity, exploring cosmetics and beauty expectations of 15th-century Europe, and how the beauty industry continues to shape our culture today. Jill Burke is a professor of Renaissance Visual and Material Cultures at t…
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Amy is joined by scholar and author Dr. Karen Jo Torjesen to discuss her book, When Women Were Priests: Women's Leadership in the Early Church and the Scandal of Their Subordination in the Rise of Christianity. This discussion covers the overlooked history of women as bishops, patrons, and more, as well as the masculinization of the church and how …
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Amy is joined by Christian Nunes, current President of the National Organization for Women for a discussion of NOW's history, overlooked feminist heroes, plus the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment and how to get involved in the largest feminist organization in America today. Christian F. Nunes, MBA, MS, LCSW,  became the National Organization fo…
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Amy is joined by comedian and activist Stacey Harkey to discuss the history of race and gender in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee of the 1960's, diving into the nuances of how white women and Black men can each hold the roles of both oppressor and oppressed. Born in Dallas, Texas, Stacey Harkey considers himself to be a southerner to …
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Amy is joined by philosopher and author Mehrsa Baradaran to discuss her latest book, The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap, and explore the history of Black banking, intersections of race, gender, and economics, as well as how we can take control of our economic future to create a more equitable world for all. Mehrsa Baradaran i…
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Transform your home from chaos to order, break free from the chains of detrimental habits, and embark on a journey anchored in the unshakeable wisdom of God. In this compelling episode of "Anchored Habits," we dive deep with Former Navy Gunners Mate Third Class, Aaron Sabie, exploring the art of forging discipline and cultivating virtuous habits wi…
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Amy is joined by author and activist Mikki Kendall to discuss her book, Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot, and explore the lasting legacy of Jim Crow, the high expectations we place on women of color, and confront some of the ways in which white feminism has failed Black communities. Mikki Kendall is a writer, diversity con…
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Amy is joined by philosopher and author Kate Manne to discuss her latest book, Unshrinking: How to Face Fatphobia, and dig deep into issues of body image, weight shaming, correlation v. causation, and how to create a more just society for people of all sizes. Kate Manne is an associate professor at the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell Universit…
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Amy is joined by author Kate Moore to discuss her newest book, The Woman They Could Not Silence, exploring the story of Elizabeth Packard's abduction into an asylum, her triumphant fight for justice, and how mental health is wielded to discredit and silence women. Kate Moore is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Radium Girls…
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Amy is joined by Former Representative Mary Chung Hayashi to discuss her book, Women in Politics, and the barriers which dissuade women from entering the political sphere including ambition gaps, the imagination barrier, perceptions of motherhood, and the challenge of fundraising. Mary Chung Hayashi is an award-winning author, national healthcare l…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Michael Kaufman & Dr. Michael Kimmel to discuss their book The Guy’s Guide to Feminism and share the how men can overcome discomfort and guilt to become true feminist allies. Michael Kaufman, PhD, is a writer of both fiction and nonfiction books. As an advisor, activist, and keynote speaker, he has developed innovative approach…
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Amy is joined by returning guest Sarah López to discuss the incredible texts, brilliant guests, and many lessons learned during Season 3 of Breaking Down Patriarchy. Sarah López is a recent graduate from Boston University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations (with a regional focus on Latin America) and two minors in Itali…
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Amy is joined by Leatha Udayabhanu of Essentially Awake to discuss the daily work of anti-racism, de-colonialism, and holding ourselves accountable with self-compassion. Leatha Udayabhanu is a de-colonial life coach, public speaker, and educator who guides people in healing the internalized legacies of colonization—in particular burnout, exhaustion…
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Join us as Pastor Toby Sumpter of the Fight Laugh Feast Network and the resolute Mr. Joseph Weissman engage in a deep and rigorous debate. Pastor Sumpter makes a bold case for extending the Lord's Supper to the children of believing parents as soon as they can partake of solid food, upholding the lineage of faith. In contrast, Joseph Weissman stand…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Danielle Stewart to discuss Linda Nochlin's essay, "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?", and examine the historical and contemporary hurdles faced by women artists. Danielle Stewart is an art historian who specializes in the modern and contemporary art of the Americas. Her most recent publications investigate how mid-c…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Wendy Lower to discuss her book, Hitler's Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields, and begin unpacking the complicated history of women's involvement in the Third Reich. Wendy Lower is an American historian and a widely published author on the Holocaust and World War II. Since 2012, she holds the John K. Roth Chair at C…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Riane Eisler to discuss the features of partnership models v. dominator models as well as their appearances in Neolithic Europe, the Third Reich, and in our own world today. Riane Eisler is a social systems scientist, cultural historian, futurist, and attorney whose research, writing, and speaking has transformed the lives of p…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Sue Blundell to discuss her book Women in Ancient Greece and explore the roles of women in ancient Grecian society as well as representations of female deities. Sue Blundell is a playwright and lecturer in Classical Studies. Many of her plays have been inspired by ancient myths, ideas, and objects. More recently she’s been expl…
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Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson who turn the table and interview our host about her experiences with the plant medicine Mamá Ayahuasca. This episode is Part Two of Two and covers the experience of an ayahuasca ceremony and how plant medicine can offer healing and revelation. Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. Wit…
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Amy is joined by Tlawil Castillo to begin learning about the plant medicine, Mamá Aya. This episode is Part One or Two and discusses the history and science of ayahuasca as well as first hand experiences of a plant medicine practitioner. Tlawil Castillo is a devoted student of sacred ancient ways and a gate keeper for those who are committed to hea…
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Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson to conclude their discussion of the plant medicine peyote. This episode is Part Two of Two and covers the process of a peyote ceremony and personal accounts of the grandfather medicine's power. Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. With a background in neuroscience, yoga, and meditati…
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Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson to begin their discussion of plant medicine. This episode is Part One or Two and covers the history of peyotism among Indigenous communities and what drew our guests to participate in a peyote ceremony. Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. With a background in neuroscience, yoga, and…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Brianna Theobald to discuss her book Reproduction on the Reservation as well as gender roles in Crow culture and the history of reproductive rights in Indigenous communities. Dr. Brianna Theobald is an assistant professor of history and affiliate faculty in the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studi…
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Amy is joined by Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy to discuss her book We Are Dancing For You as well as the violent legacy of settler colonialism in California and how Indigenous women are reclaiming their traditions. Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy is an Associate Professor and Department Chair of Native American Studies at Humboldt State University. Her researc…
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