Month: April 2017

S01E09 The Zombie Jesus Special

Since last week’s episode is late getting out and I wanted to get this week’s out early because of the Easter weekend, we have combined two episodes to give you a hilarious, feature-length episode of PSF! Join us this week for tips on surviving encounters with Zombie (or whatever he is) Jesus, Microactivism, a discussion on abortion, 2 Trumps & a Puppy (current events), a rant about the United incident, an interview with Matthew Facciani, and a rant on t-shirts for the “Free the Nipple” campaign. This is all topped off by yet another comedy sketch, “Fifty Shades of God.” Stay tuned!

How We Help Facebook Page:

Abortion Discussion:
1 in 3 Campaign:

Two Trumps and a Puppy Segment:
The Pepsi commercial:
The Cheetos SNL skit I mention:
An SNL skit I found about the Pepsi commercial just now while finding resources for the show notes:

About Equal Pay Day:
Article we mentioned:
Another great resource on the pay gap by Stephanie Zvan:


Advocates for Youth is seeking youth leaders. Apply here:

Interview with Matthew Facciani:
His blog:
According to Matthew Podcast:
Twitter: @matthewfacciani

S01E08 No Apologies

On today’s episode, we’re learning to stop apologizing for taking up space, speaking out, or simply existing as secular women. Our first segment is an introduction to two new PSF correspondents, Madonna deHeaux and Frida Nipple. Next, Bella Constrictor deconstructs advice from a Christian couples’ devotional book in another installment of Hisses and Kisses. Then Madonna brings an in-depth segment on the Day Without a Woman protest, including her experience at an event for that day in Washington Square Park. Following that, Frida Nipple introduces us to Microactivism, and, finally, we find out why Jesus is apparently the answer to every problem.

References for the Women’s Day segment:
Women’s March “A Day Without a Woman”
International Women’s Strike US
“When Did Solidarity with Working Women Become a Privilege?” The Nation
“Striking on International Women’s Day is Not a Privilege” The Nation
“‘A Day Without a Woman’ is a strike for privileged protesters” Los Angeles Times
“A Day Without a Woman is Going to Be Mostly a Day Without Privileged Women” Quartz
A Day in the US Economy without Women, Center for American Progress

More info:
International Women’s Day events around the world at the New York Times
The Globalized Woman: Reports from a Future of Inequality by Christa Wichterich