NEW EPISODES EVERY MONDAY
101: WHAT DO YOU MEAN PINK IS GIRLY?
Featuring Hannah Engelson, Daniel Schwartz, Peyton Hughes, Virginia Newcomb and Bekah Jordan.
Amy asks others: what does "pink" mean to you? Shockingly and not-shockingly, people don't really like it and the reasons are deeper than its shade. PLUS: OH, YEA, HEY WORLD! IT'S THE FIRST EPISODE! Amy will tell you what PINK AMONG MEN is all about and what to expect in the weeks to come.
104: SPEAKING ON CONSENT, PAY GAPS & WHO IS COOKING DINNER TONIGHT w/ Dan Schwartz
Featuring Daniel Schwartz, the host of the Fantasy Brocus Podcast and also my roommate and also my boy-toy, booface.
This week, Amy invites her other half, Daniel Schwartz, host of the Fantasy Brocus podcast, to weigh his bro-pinion on feminism, consent, pay gaps and who is cooking dinner tonight. Amy and Dan get real about how they met on the internet, their past Tinder dates, Aziz Ansari, Michelle Williams and some other touchy topics.
Follow Dan (he's very cute and funny) on Instagram @FantasyBrocus and subscribe to Fantasy Brocus on iTunes and Stitcher. (You can find Pink Among Men there as well!)
107: COMMUNITY with Alexis McCoy
Featuring Playwright, Filmmaker and Activist Alexis McCoy
Amy's back from a week-long hiatus where she took a stand to say I'm tired AND I quit my job. She also sits down with playwright, filmmaker and activist Alexis McCoy to talk about what she overcame in order to achieve her dreams and how she uses her art to bring together community in order to give back to community. Tickets to Alexis' annual show A DIFFERENT KIND OF WOMAN are on sale now, proceeds from this performance support Breakfast Before Books; a non-profit that serves breakfast to children and families in need before the school day begins. Follow Alexis on Instagram: @alonafuss and @alexismccoy. Her production company at www.loveisenoughproductions.com A DIFFERENT KIND OF WOMAN plays March 22, 2018 at the Rio II Gallery in Harlem. Tickets available at DKW.Eventbrite.com
102: IS OPRAH A FEMINIST? & WHAT DOES A FEMINIST LIFE COACH DO ANYWAY? w/ Renee Powers
Featuring FEMINIST LIFE COACH and founder of WILD COZY TRUTH, Renee Powers.
In this episode, Amy sits down with Renee Powers to ask "what is a feminist life coach anyway?" PLUS learn about Renee's fascinating research on the beauty industry on YouTube, that Amy and Renee are both media nerds who love Jenna Marbles and some really brilliant thoughts on YOUR individuality! YOU KNOW YOU WANNA.
MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST: Renee Powers, founder of Wild, Cozy, Truth is a feminist life coach and writer from Minneapolis. She hosts a podcast of the same name, "Wild Cozy Truth", which is cultivating a space for women to own their stories and find strength in vulnerability. Follow Renee at @wildcozytruth and www.wildcozytruth.com.
105: ANGELICA, AUNT BECKY, MOESHA & REPRESENTATION with McKenna Stephens
Featuring McKenna Stephens, screenwriter/director and founder of the YONIFEST Film Festival.
This week Amy is joined by one of her besties, screenwriter and director, MCKENNA STEPHENS! McKenna is also the founder of YONIFEST, an LA based film festival showcasing female made films. In this episode, Amy and McKenna talk about their favorite thing: television; and the subsequent characters and influence it had on their lives and careers. They also talk the glass ceiling and how they - sometimes - take issue with representation -- WHAT! GASP! Listen to understand.
Learn more about YONIFEST at www.yonifestfilms.com.
Follow McKenna on Instagram @Mckstephens
108: OSCAR RECAP THAT TURNED INTO A RANT: Our first mini-sode with host @TheeAmyDee!
Hey guys! We are back this week with Pink Among Men's first MINI-SODE featuring just Amy! Listen to Amy congratulate all the female nominees, tell you what an inclusion rider is AND Ashley Judd's TimesUp Ring. Also, unlike the children of the Coco composers THIS EPISODE IS FOR YOU!
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103: MENTORS, RELIGION & CREATING FEMINIST MEDIA w/ Colleen Kelly Poplin.
Featuring filmmaker and educator, Colleen Kelly Poplin.
It's Monday after Women's March, how are you feeling? This week, Amy sits down with documentary filmmaker, Colleen Kelly Poplin. Colleen creates films that explore themes of feminism, domestic partnership and religion. Her most recent film FAMILIES CAN BE TOGETHER FOREVER is an exploration of her own relationship to the Mormon religion which she reassesses during the pregnancy of her first child. In addition to being a mother and an artist, Colleen is a professor at Emerson College in Boston where she created a class titled "Creating Feminist Media;" which is giving women and non-binary students the equal chance to be technical leaders on set while creating media that is easily digestible. EQUALITY! INTER SECTIONALISM! ROCKSTAR: Colleen may be the smartest person Amy knows.
This episode digs deep into mentorship, domestic equality, patriarchy in religion, equality in the classroom and so much more.
Colleen is the real deal! Check out her films at www.colleenkellypoplin.com
106: BAD BETCHES GET OLDER TOO with Rikki and Charley, co-hosts of the DEAR GOD ITS ME 30 podcast
Featuring Rikki and Charley of the DEAR GOD ITS ME 30 podcast!
It's Amy's birthday. Her 33rd one. To celebrate - and get a slap of reality - she sits down with the hilarious duo, BFFs Rikki and Charley, the gals behind the new podcast "Dear God It's Me 30." Rikki, Charley and Amy discuss what we love about getting older - what we hate - what we wish we knew when we were younger and how we feel like we've known each other for so long....BECAUSE WOMEN CAN SUPPORT WOMEN, YA HEARD!