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Explore life's big questions, pitfalls, and highlights with our curious hosts, a comedic guest, and an expert. We talk politics, pop culture, social justice, science...you name it, we cover it! Every week is an adventure with a new topic, a new comic, and a new expert. So roll the dice and join us on the journey!

By women, for everyone! 

Latest Episodes

Yikes Riding Bikes It's Climate Change!

EThis week on Talk Like a Girl we discuss the scariest thing we can think of: Climate Change!! We talk to the insanely delightful climate scientist Dr. Sylvia Dee and we are joined in the studio by the wonderful author and comedian Kate Spencer. If you watched that polar bear video and it broke you this episode will give you some hope.Listen in to learn some great strategies for talking to your climate change denying relatives during the holidays! Guests: Kate Spencer Website:http://www.katespencerwrites.com/ Twitter:@katespencer Instagram: @katespencer Facebook:@katespencerwrites Kate's Book:The Dead Moms Club: A Memoir about Death, Grief, and Surviving the Mother of All Losses:https://www.amazon.com/Dead-Moms-Club-Memoir-Surviving/dp/1580056873 Dr. Sylvia Dee: Website:https://climatevoices.org/speakers/sylvia-dee/ Twitter:@DrSpeedyDee Resources: NASA:Climate Change and Global Warming :https://climate.nasa.gov/ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:http://www.noaa.gov/clim...

43 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Yikes Riding Bikes It's Climate Change!

Gerrymandering and Redistricting: Where, what and how the f&*k do you draw the lines?

EComedienne, musician, writer, and filmmaker Tasneem joins the “Talk Like a Girl” gals as they expand the boundaries of their knowledge on gerrymandering and redistricting with one of the founding members of the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group, Tufts University professor, Dr. Mira Bernstein. Join us as we stay mostly within the subject lines with a small side track to math/meth cross-chat and some Beanie Baby therapy. Guest:Tasneem IG: @lastmangoinparis Twitter: @iamtasneem SoundCloud: @iamtasneem YouTube: TasneemTV Expert:Dr. Mira Bernstein Bio: Mira Bernstein is on the research faculty at Tufts University in the Science, Technology, and Society Program, and she is a founding member of the Tufts Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group. Resources: Website: Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group at Tufts: sites.tufts.edu/gerrymandr(note there’s no “e” between the d and the r) New Yorker Article on the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group: https://www.newyorker.com...

62 MIN2017 DEC 7
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Gerrymandering and Redistricting: Where, what and how the f&*k do you draw the lines?

Girl-cotting & #GrabYourWallet: Women Have the Power

EHappy Thanksgiving, listeners! In today's episode, we are going to play the expert interviews from our very first two episodes we ever recorded over eight months ago! These two episodes were about boycotting (which we are now calling girl-cotting), and felt like the perfect topics to help get you through the shopping blitz that is the weekend after Thanksgiving. As we'll learn in these interviews, women really do have the power when it comes to controlling the money and we can make change by paying attention to who we give our money to. First up we have Shannon Coulter, founder of the #GrabYourWallet movement to boycott Trump family related prodcuts. Shannon can be found on Twitter @shannoncoulter and more on #GrabYourWallet is here: https://grabyourwallet.org/ Then, we have Judy, Samuelson, Vice President of the Aspen Institute, who talks to us about the efficacy of boycotts; How they work, which ones have worked in the past, and what it takes to start a successful boycott. Follow ...

39 MIN2017 NOV 23
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Girl-cotting & #GrabYourWallet: Women Have the Power

Guns Laws: Who actually has the control and why?

EIn today's episode, we get serious and emotional about the gun epidemic in America. Writer/Actor/Comedian/Activist Jessica Eason joins us and shares her personal heartbreak and fury over the accesbility of guns in America. Then, Allison Anderman, managing attorney at Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, phones in to give us some staggering statistics and some hope. We also learn what each of the 90% of Americans who supports gun control laws can do right now to actually affect change. Follow Jessica Eason on social media @jesspatsox Follow Allison Anderman at: giffordslawcenter.org Facebook: /Giffords Twitter: @GiffordsCourage Twitter: @TheAnderMind

63 MIN2017 NOV 17
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Guns Laws: Who actually has the control and why?

#metoo: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and NDAs

EOn this episode of Talk Like a Girl, we invite veteran comedy writer and all-around bad ass chica, Daley Haggar on the show to help us tackle the difficult topic of sexual harassment in the workplace. Stanford Law professor Deborah L. Rhode also joins us and helps us understand how non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements contribute to the problem. Follow Daley: Twitter: @d_haggar Instagram: @daleyhaggar Find Prof. Deborah L. Rhode: https://law.stanford.edu/directory/deborah-l-rhode/ Resources for this Episode: Deborah L Rhode’s articles on sexual harassment in the workplace: https://hbr.org/2017/06/understanding-your-legal-options-if-youve-been-sexually-harassed https://hbr.org/2016/08/how-unusual-is-the-roger-ailes-sexual-harassment-case I have Daley Haggar’s op-ed at Lenny Letter.com http://www.lennyletter.com/work/a1024/why-im-snitching-on-hollywood-sexism

53 MIN2017 NOV 9
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#metoo: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and NDAs

I Spy Plastic Surgery: Looking fresh to looking freak

EDr. Ann Kearney-Cooke joins us on the phone to discuss the potential benefits and the possible pitfalls of plastic surgery. Comedy writer and performer Amanda Salvatore also sits in studio with us as we dish about plastic surgery gone good and gone ew.

50 MIN2017 NOV 2
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I Spy Plastic Surgery: Looking fresh to looking freak

Can You Watch Game of Thrones and Still Be a Feminist?

EWe dive full bore into our love affair with the HBO juggernaut, with uber-GOT fan, comedian Codi Fischer and discuss the glories and problems of the series as it relates to feminism with Los Angeles Review of Books television critic Sarah Mesle. Be careful, it's Spoiler Town, Population 6!

56 MIN2017 OCT 26
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Can You Watch Game of Thrones and Still Be a Feminist?

The Power of the Presidential Pardon: The Musical

EOn today's episode, writer and comedian Sarah Claspell joins us as we explore how little we actually know about Presidental Pardons and how much they inspire us to sing songs from Les Miserables and Hamilton. As the show goes off the rails, thankfully an adult joins us and puts us back on track. Asha Rangappa, the Associate Dean of admissions at the Yale School of Law and a former FBI agent, specializing in counter intelligence investigations in New York City, teaches us about the history of presidential pardons and how they have typically been used (until 45, anyway). Follow Sarah Claspell IG & Twitter: @claspy www.sarahclaspell.com Follow Asha Rangappa on twitter at @deanasha and @AshaRangappa Episode Resources: https://law.yale.edu/about-yale-law-school/office-dean/officers-administration/asha-rangappa http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/the-administration/348989-trump-may-dodge-federal-crimes-with-pardons-but-he-cant https://www.vox.com/2017/8/29/16211784/donald-trump-pardon-c...

46 MIN2017 OCT 19
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The Power of the Presidential Pardon: The Musical

Goldwater Rule: POTUS Cray? Who can say?

EPsychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Prudence Gourguechon shares with "Talk Like a Girl" the limitations of the Goldwater Rule and why after decades of being a proponent of the rule, she is no longer a supporter. "The Relationtrip" actress, Georgia Mischak also joins us in the studio and explains why she will watch Trump's entire speeches and often revisit the transcripts in hopes of finding some sense in what he is saying. As we wonder, "Is POTUS crazy?" We also ask, "Who can actually say so?" GUEST: Georgia Mischak NCIS: LA (Oct. 8) LOVE/The Good Place Movie: The Relationship (Coming Soon) IG: @georgiamischak Twitter: @georgiamischak EXPERT: Dr. Prudence Gourguechon (Can call her Prudy) Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst who after 35 years in clinical practice and organizational leadership, is now a full-time and consultant on the psychology of business, finance and politics. Past President of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Work: LA Times op-ed from July 5: "Is Trump mentally fit...

48 MIN2017 OCT 12
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Goldwater Rule: POTUS Cray? Who can say?

Compounding credit card woes

EIn this episode, we are joined by actress and comedian Pam Murphy to talk about our personal experiences and struggles with Credit Cards. Almost everyone has one, and most people are using them to live beyond their means. Reporter for CNBC.com and Certified Financial Planner, Kelli Grant calls into the show to give us some history, a few surprising facts, solid strategy, and finally a little hope we sorely need -- all in the name of managing the credit card debt so many of us have. Follow Pam: Twitter: @murphyplease Instagram: @murphyplease Webiste: murphyplease.com Follow Kelli: Twitter: @@kelligrant Website: KelliGrant.tv Facebook: facebook.com/kelligrant.money Episode Resources: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/forty-years-ago-women-had-a-hard-time-getting-credit-cards-180949289/ https://www.bustle.com/articles/136295-what-was-it-like-for-women-not-to-be-allowed-their-own-credit-cards-10-women http://www.marieclaire.com/culture/news/a19972/spending-addiction/ http://www.b...

47 MIN2017 OCT 3
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Compounding credit card woes

Latest Episodes

Yikes Riding Bikes It's Climate Change!

EThis week on Talk Like a Girl we discuss the scariest thing we can think of: Climate Change!! We talk to the insanely delightful climate scientist Dr. Sylvia Dee and we are joined in the studio by the wonderful author and comedian Kate Spencer. If you watched that polar bear video and it broke you this episode will give you some hope.Listen in to learn some great strategies for talking to your climate change denying relatives during the holidays! Guests: Kate Spencer Website:http://www.katespencerwrites.com/ Twitter:@katespencer Instagram: @katespencer Facebook:@katespencerwrites Kate's Book:The Dead Moms Club: A Memoir about Death, Grief, and Surviving the Mother of All Losses:https://www.amazon.com/Dead-Moms-Club-Memoir-Surviving/dp/1580056873 Dr. Sylvia Dee: Website:https://climatevoices.org/speakers/sylvia-dee/ Twitter:@DrSpeedyDee Resources: NASA:Climate Change and Global Warming :https://climate.nasa.gov/ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:http://www.noaa.gov/clim...

43 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Yikes Riding Bikes It's Climate Change!

Gerrymandering and Redistricting: Where, what and how the f&*k do you draw the lines?

EComedienne, musician, writer, and filmmaker Tasneem joins the “Talk Like a Girl” gals as they expand the boundaries of their knowledge on gerrymandering and redistricting with one of the founding members of the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group, Tufts University professor, Dr. Mira Bernstein. Join us as we stay mostly within the subject lines with a small side track to math/meth cross-chat and some Beanie Baby therapy. Guest:Tasneem IG: @lastmangoinparis Twitter: @iamtasneem SoundCloud: @iamtasneem YouTube: TasneemTV Expert:Dr. Mira Bernstein Bio: Mira Bernstein is on the research faculty at Tufts University in the Science, Technology, and Society Program, and she is a founding member of the Tufts Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group. Resources: Website: Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group at Tufts: sites.tufts.edu/gerrymandr(note there’s no “e” between the d and the r) New Yorker Article on the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group: https://www.newyorker.com...

62 MIN2017 DEC 7
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Gerrymandering and Redistricting: Where, what and how the f&*k do you draw the lines?

Girl-cotting & #GrabYourWallet: Women Have the Power

EHappy Thanksgiving, listeners! In today's episode, we are going to play the expert interviews from our very first two episodes we ever recorded over eight months ago! These two episodes were about boycotting (which we are now calling girl-cotting), and felt like the perfect topics to help get you through the shopping blitz that is the weekend after Thanksgiving. As we'll learn in these interviews, women really do have the power when it comes to controlling the money and we can make change by paying attention to who we give our money to. First up we have Shannon Coulter, founder of the #GrabYourWallet movement to boycott Trump family related prodcuts. Shannon can be found on Twitter @shannoncoulter and more on #GrabYourWallet is here: https://grabyourwallet.org/ Then, we have Judy, Samuelson, Vice President of the Aspen Institute, who talks to us about the efficacy of boycotts; How they work, which ones have worked in the past, and what it takes to start a successful boycott. Follow ...

39 MIN2017 NOV 23
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Girl-cotting & #GrabYourWallet: Women Have the Power

Guns Laws: Who actually has the control and why?

EIn today's episode, we get serious and emotional about the gun epidemic in America. Writer/Actor/Comedian/Activist Jessica Eason joins us and shares her personal heartbreak and fury over the accesbility of guns in America. Then, Allison Anderman, managing attorney at Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, phones in to give us some staggering statistics and some hope. We also learn what each of the 90% of Americans who supports gun control laws can do right now to actually affect change. Follow Jessica Eason on social media @jesspatsox Follow Allison Anderman at: giffordslawcenter.org Facebook: /Giffords Twitter: @GiffordsCourage Twitter: @TheAnderMind

63 MIN2017 NOV 17
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Guns Laws: Who actually has the control and why?

#metoo: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and NDAs

EOn this episode of Talk Like a Girl, we invite veteran comedy writer and all-around bad ass chica, Daley Haggar on the show to help us tackle the difficult topic of sexual harassment in the workplace. Stanford Law professor Deborah L. Rhode also joins us and helps us understand how non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements contribute to the problem. Follow Daley: Twitter: @d_haggar Instagram: @daleyhaggar Find Prof. Deborah L. Rhode: https://law.stanford.edu/directory/deborah-l-rhode/ Resources for this Episode: Deborah L Rhode’s articles on sexual harassment in the workplace: https://hbr.org/2017/06/understanding-your-legal-options-if-youve-been-sexually-harassed https://hbr.org/2016/08/how-unusual-is-the-roger-ailes-sexual-harassment-case I have Daley Haggar’s op-ed at Lenny Letter.com http://www.lennyletter.com/work/a1024/why-im-snitching-on-hollywood-sexism

53 MIN2017 NOV 9
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#metoo: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and NDAs

I Spy Plastic Surgery: Looking fresh to looking freak

EDr. Ann Kearney-Cooke joins us on the phone to discuss the potential benefits and the possible pitfalls of plastic surgery. Comedy writer and performer Amanda Salvatore also sits in studio with us as we dish about plastic surgery gone good and gone ew.

50 MIN2017 NOV 2
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I Spy Plastic Surgery: Looking fresh to looking freak

Can You Watch Game of Thrones and Still Be a Feminist?

EWe dive full bore into our love affair with the HBO juggernaut, with uber-GOT fan, comedian Codi Fischer and discuss the glories and problems of the series as it relates to feminism with Los Angeles Review of Books television critic Sarah Mesle. Be careful, it's Spoiler Town, Population 6!

56 MIN2017 OCT 26
Comments
Can You Watch Game of Thrones and Still Be a Feminist?

The Power of the Presidential Pardon: The Musical

EOn today's episode, writer and comedian Sarah Claspell joins us as we explore how little we actually know about Presidental Pardons and how much they inspire us to sing songs from Les Miserables and Hamilton. As the show goes off the rails, thankfully an adult joins us and puts us back on track. Asha Rangappa, the Associate Dean of admissions at the Yale School of Law and a former FBI agent, specializing in counter intelligence investigations in New York City, teaches us about the history of presidential pardons and how they have typically been used (until 45, anyway). Follow Sarah Claspell IG & Twitter: @claspy www.sarahclaspell.com Follow Asha Rangappa on twitter at @deanasha and @AshaRangappa Episode Resources: https://law.yale.edu/about-yale-law-school/office-dean/officers-administration/asha-rangappa http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/the-administration/348989-trump-may-dodge-federal-crimes-with-pardons-but-he-cant https://www.vox.com/2017/8/29/16211784/donald-trump-pardon-c...

46 MIN2017 OCT 19
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The Power of the Presidential Pardon: The Musical

Goldwater Rule: POTUS Cray? Who can say?

EPsychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Prudence Gourguechon shares with "Talk Like a Girl" the limitations of the Goldwater Rule and why after decades of being a proponent of the rule, she is no longer a supporter. "The Relationtrip" actress, Georgia Mischak also joins us in the studio and explains why she will watch Trump's entire speeches and often revisit the transcripts in hopes of finding some sense in what he is saying. As we wonder, "Is POTUS crazy?" We also ask, "Who can actually say so?" GUEST: Georgia Mischak NCIS: LA (Oct. 8) LOVE/The Good Place Movie: The Relationship (Coming Soon) IG: @georgiamischak Twitter: @georgiamischak EXPERT: Dr. Prudence Gourguechon (Can call her Prudy) Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst who after 35 years in clinical practice and organizational leadership, is now a full-time and consultant on the psychology of business, finance and politics. Past President of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Work: LA Times op-ed from July 5: "Is Trump mentally fit...

48 MIN2017 OCT 12
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Goldwater Rule: POTUS Cray? Who can say?

Compounding credit card woes

EIn this episode, we are joined by actress and comedian Pam Murphy to talk about our personal experiences and struggles with Credit Cards. Almost everyone has one, and most people are using them to live beyond their means. Reporter for CNBC.com and Certified Financial Planner, Kelli Grant calls into the show to give us some history, a few surprising facts, solid strategy, and finally a little hope we sorely need -- all in the name of managing the credit card debt so many of us have. Follow Pam: Twitter: @murphyplease Instagram: @murphyplease Webiste: murphyplease.com Follow Kelli: Twitter: @@kelligrant Website: KelliGrant.tv Facebook: facebook.com/kelligrant.money Episode Resources: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/forty-years-ago-women-had-a-hard-time-getting-credit-cards-180949289/ https://www.bustle.com/articles/136295-what-was-it-like-for-women-not-to-be-allowed-their-own-credit-cards-10-women http://www.marieclaire.com/culture/news/a19972/spending-addiction/ http://www.b...

47 MIN2017 OCT 3
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Compounding credit card woes
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