Tag: gender

Episode 17 – PSF Has Fallen to the Communists


Show Notes:
Feminism 101: Gender Wage Gap
Ms Bea’s Titillating Topic: “Lube”
Official Patreon Launch Announcement!
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Comments from listeners
Sketch: “The Monthly Visitor”

http://www.apa.org/research/action/difference.aspx
Men and Women: No Big Difference

Studies show that one’s sex has little or no bearing on personality, cognition and leadership.

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PSF was a guest on: The Gaytheist Manifesto!

Click here to listen to the interview on The Gaytheist Manifesto!

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Note: We had a great time exchanging interviews with the hosts of The Gaytheist Manifesto, Callie Wright and Ari Coleman! We discussed secular feminism, intersectionality, gender essentialism, whiskey, and, of course, the tensile strength of large-beaded necklaces at Target and whether they qualify as anal beads. This is what happens when we unleash the whiskey.

Here’s our interview on The Gaytheist Manifesto! Be sure to check out more of their episodes-they do a GREAT job of bridging the LGBTQX and secular communities!