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The intersectional feminist podcast that subverts and challenges the norm by providing a platform for voices, narratives and stories ignored by the mainstream media.

Latest Episodes

31: Reprodutive Health - Transgender

EWelcome to the fifth episode in our series which explores reproductive health, in all its many forms. This week, we dived into transgender reproductive health with the wonderful Kate Nambiar. Kate transitioned as a medical student and entered the profession as a sexual health doctor; as a trans person working in the NHS, Kate has a unique insight into reproductive health matched with unparalleled passion. Kate has also formed her own sexual health clinic, Clinic T, which puts transgender sexual health at the forefront. We hear about studies which show transgender people are less likely to attend sexual health clinics to receive its services, creating a huge ripple effect from increased undiagnosed HIV conditions to less access to fertility or maternity care. We examine why sexual health clinics can be inaccessible to trans people, from being misgendered at the initial stage of booking an appointment to binary male / female waiting rooms. We even touch on trans sex workers interactin...

38 MINOCT 15
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31: Reprodutive Health - Transgender

30: Reproductive Health - Decolonising Contraception

EThis is the fourth installment in our series of episodes exploring reproductive health, and for this one we’re exploring decolonising contraception. We are joined by Dr Annabel Sowemimo who talks us through what this term means, the often-undiscussed history of contraception and how we can be more of an ally in the campaign to decolonise contraception for good. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MINAUG 22
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30: Reproductive Health - Decolonising Contraception

29: Reproductive Health - The UK Government & Sexual Health Services

EThis is the third installment in our series of episodes exploring reproductive health, and for this one we’re exploring the impact of the government on our sexual and reproductive health. We often hear about ‘budget cuts’, ‘austerity’ and ‘cut-backs’, but when you remove the jargon, what does it actually mean? How are our services actually affected? WHO is it affecting? At what rate? More and more sexual health clinics are having to close by the day, and the ones that are still around are having to reduce their operating hours, and unfortunatley, it will be the most vulnerable people in society who feel that pinch - young LGBTQ+ people, people of colour, people living with HIV and AIDs, victims of abuse and rape. To help us understand what’s going on and what we can do about it, we sit down with Dr Verity Sullivan, a phenomenal sexual health doctor who’s working on the front line treating patients and educating people on why we cannot afford to lose these services. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be decolonising contraception. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MINJUL 23
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29: Reproductive Health - The UK Government & Sexual Health Services

28: Reproductive Health - Abortion Today

ETRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, there will be descriptions of abortions, medical and self-induced. If any of that is distressing, please feel free to stop listening, you can always come back to it at a later time. For this series of episodes we’re exploring reproductive health, and given the conversation that’s going on worldwide right now about abortions, it seems only right we start with that. To help us understand the abortion in the UK today, we’ve got Gabriella on the podcast. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be exploring what it’s like to access an abortion in the UK today. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MINJUL 9
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28: Reproductive Health - Abortion Today

27: Reproductive Health - Legalising Abortion

ETRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, there will be descriptions of abortions, medical and self-induced, as well as mentions of sexual assault. If any of that is distressing, please feel free to stop listening, you can always come back to it at a later time. Your favourite friendly intersectional feminist podcast is back for a Third Season, and what a topic to kick it off with. Just a heads up, we've changed our episode structure slightly; to get more in-depth on our guests' stories, we'll be covering a topic across three episodes with one guest in each. For this series of episodes we’re exploring reproductive health, and given the conversation that’s going on worldwide right now about abortions, it seems only right we start with that. To help us understand the history in the UK and where we’re at today with it, we’ve got activist Diane Munday on, a woman who was instrumental to legalising abortion in 1967 with the Abortion Act. If you want to help out in any way, please consider nowforni.uk where you can send an email to your MP urging them to act for abortion access in Northern Ireland, or if you’re in the position to donate, the Yellowhammer fund provides funding for anyone seeking care at one of Alabama’s three abortion clinics, as well as helping with lodgings and travel. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be exploring what it’s like to access an abortion in the UK today. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

47 MINJUN 25
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27: Reproductive Health - Legalising Abortion

26: Foreword

Guess who's back?! Season Three is just around the corner (we can literally see it!!), so we wanted to check in, see how you were, and let you know we're still here and thinking of you. Subscribe to the podcast so you're the first to know when Season Three hits your podcast device. Tell us what you think! www.kickingthekyriarchy.org.uk Twitter: @KickKyriarchy Email: kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

1 MINJUN 11
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26: Foreword

25: Afterword.

EWe've been a little quiet as of late, and we wanted to tell you why. Review us and subscribe to the podcast so you're the first to know when Season Three hits your podcast device. Tell us what you think! www.kickingthekyriarchy.org.uk Twitter: @KickKyriarchy Email: kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN2018 OCT 15
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25: Afterword.

24: Masculinity

E*** THIS IS THE LAST EPISODE OF SEASON TWO *** This month, it's all about masculinity. What does it mean to be butch? How do men talk about emotions and mental health in a world that says "man up"? How are black men affected by stereotypes of masculinity? "I refuse to accept that the way I look is about being masculine. It’s not. There are lots of different types of women in the world and I want to fight for that." Tabs "We need to look deep within ourselves and identify the issues we’re facing and try and find ways out of it. It’s not women’s responsibility to do that, they’re trying navigate their own lives and their own personhoods." Derek "There is this big disconnect between what it means to be a man and what it means to be an emotional man. And I just don't understand why because it's the same thing. Emotions don't discriminate." Rich Listen to Tabs from Butch Please, Derek from the Mostly Lit podcast and Rich, a mental health campaigner. It's worth noting that we recorde...

75 MIN2018 JUL 27
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24: Masculinity

23: Voluntourism

ETW: child sexual abuse Voluntourism appears to be benefiting everyone, apart from the people who need help the most. This month we sit down and chat with three phenomenal women about their own experiences of voluntourism, why it's become so popular, and whether it does more harm than good. Shout out to Assistsant Producers Amelia Parker, Emma Halahan and Becky Malone for their help with this episode. //CONTACT US//CALL US IN//BE A GUEST//SUGGEST A TOPIC// @KickKyriarchy kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com www.kickingthekyriarchy.org Kicking the Kyriarchy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

64 MIN2018 JUL 3
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23: Voluntourism

22: Living With HIV.

ETW: Death, chat around HIV symptons Living with HIV today is vastly different to those living with it 30 years ago. Science and medicine have dramatically improved prognosis of those diagnosed. So much so that it doesn't have any impact on your daily life whatsoever. Having said that, very little research includes the affect on women (quelle surprise), and interestingly women later on in life. On top of that, we explore cultural nuances of HIV and why this fundamental to treatment. Shout out to Assistsant Producers Amelia Parker, Emma Halahan and Becky Malone for their help with this episode. //CONTACT US//CALL US IN//BE A GUEST//SUGGEST A TOPIC// @KickKyriarchy kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com www.kickingthekyriarchy.org Kicking the Kyriarchy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

63 MIN2018 MAY 30
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22: Living With HIV.

Latest Episodes

31: Reprodutive Health - Transgender

EWelcome to the fifth episode in our series which explores reproductive health, in all its many forms. This week, we dived into transgender reproductive health with the wonderful Kate Nambiar. Kate transitioned as a medical student and entered the profession as a sexual health doctor; as a trans person working in the NHS, Kate has a unique insight into reproductive health matched with unparalleled passion. Kate has also formed her own sexual health clinic, Clinic T, which puts transgender sexual health at the forefront. We hear about studies which show transgender people are less likely to attend sexual health clinics to receive its services, creating a huge ripple effect from increased undiagnosed HIV conditions to less access to fertility or maternity care. We examine why sexual health clinics can be inaccessible to trans people, from being misgendered at the initial stage of booking an appointment to binary male / female waiting rooms. We even touch on trans sex workers interactin...

38 MINOCT 15
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31: Reprodutive Health - Transgender

30: Reproductive Health - Decolonising Contraception

EThis is the fourth installment in our series of episodes exploring reproductive health, and for this one we’re exploring decolonising contraception. We are joined by Dr Annabel Sowemimo who talks us through what this term means, the often-undiscussed history of contraception and how we can be more of an ally in the campaign to decolonise contraception for good. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MINAUG 22
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30: Reproductive Health - Decolonising Contraception

29: Reproductive Health - The UK Government & Sexual Health Services

EThis is the third installment in our series of episodes exploring reproductive health, and for this one we’re exploring the impact of the government on our sexual and reproductive health. We often hear about ‘budget cuts’, ‘austerity’ and ‘cut-backs’, but when you remove the jargon, what does it actually mean? How are our services actually affected? WHO is it affecting? At what rate? More and more sexual health clinics are having to close by the day, and the ones that are still around are having to reduce their operating hours, and unfortunatley, it will be the most vulnerable people in society who feel that pinch - young LGBTQ+ people, people of colour, people living with HIV and AIDs, victims of abuse and rape. To help us understand what’s going on and what we can do about it, we sit down with Dr Verity Sullivan, a phenomenal sexual health doctor who’s working on the front line treating patients and educating people on why we cannot afford to lose these services. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be decolonising contraception. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MINJUL 23
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29: Reproductive Health - The UK Government & Sexual Health Services

28: Reproductive Health - Abortion Today

ETRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, there will be descriptions of abortions, medical and self-induced. If any of that is distressing, please feel free to stop listening, you can always come back to it at a later time. For this series of episodes we’re exploring reproductive health, and given the conversation that’s going on worldwide right now about abortions, it seems only right we start with that. To help us understand the abortion in the UK today, we’ve got Gabriella on the podcast. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be exploring what it’s like to access an abortion in the UK today. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MINJUL 9
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28: Reproductive Health - Abortion Today

27: Reproductive Health - Legalising Abortion

ETRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, there will be descriptions of abortions, medical and self-induced, as well as mentions of sexual assault. If any of that is distressing, please feel free to stop listening, you can always come back to it at a later time. Your favourite friendly intersectional feminist podcast is back for a Third Season, and what a topic to kick it off with. Just a heads up, we've changed our episode structure slightly; to get more in-depth on our guests' stories, we'll be covering a topic across three episodes with one guest in each. For this series of episodes we’re exploring reproductive health, and given the conversation that’s going on worldwide right now about abortions, it seems only right we start with that. To help us understand the history in the UK and where we’re at today with it, we’ve got activist Diane Munday on, a woman who was instrumental to legalising abortion in 1967 with the Abortion Act. If you want to help out in any way, please consider nowforni.uk where you can send an email to your MP urging them to act for abortion access in Northern Ireland, or if you’re in the position to donate, the Yellowhammer fund provides funding for anyone seeking care at one of Alabama’s three abortion clinics, as well as helping with lodgings and travel. Carry on the conversation with us over on Twitter @KickKyriarchy, or follow our new insta page @KickingTheKyriarchy for all show illustrations and other 10/10 feminist content. You can also drop us an email kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com Join us next time where we’ll be exploring what it’s like to access an abortion in the UK today. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

47 MINJUN 25
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27: Reproductive Health - Legalising Abortion

26: Foreword

Guess who's back?! Season Three is just around the corner (we can literally see it!!), so we wanted to check in, see how you were, and let you know we're still here and thinking of you. Subscribe to the podcast so you're the first to know when Season Three hits your podcast device. Tell us what you think! www.kickingthekyriarchy.org.uk Twitter: @KickKyriarchy Email: kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

1 MINJUN 11
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26: Foreword

25: Afterword.

EWe've been a little quiet as of late, and we wanted to tell you why. Review us and subscribe to the podcast so you're the first to know when Season Three hits your podcast device. Tell us what you think! www.kickingthekyriarchy.org.uk Twitter: @KickKyriarchy Email: kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN2018 OCT 15
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25: Afterword.

24: Masculinity

E*** THIS IS THE LAST EPISODE OF SEASON TWO *** This month, it's all about masculinity. What does it mean to be butch? How do men talk about emotions and mental health in a world that says "man up"? How are black men affected by stereotypes of masculinity? "I refuse to accept that the way I look is about being masculine. It’s not. There are lots of different types of women in the world and I want to fight for that." Tabs "We need to look deep within ourselves and identify the issues we’re facing and try and find ways out of it. It’s not women’s responsibility to do that, they’re trying navigate their own lives and their own personhoods." Derek "There is this big disconnect between what it means to be a man and what it means to be an emotional man. And I just don't understand why because it's the same thing. Emotions don't discriminate." Rich Listen to Tabs from Butch Please, Derek from the Mostly Lit podcast and Rich, a mental health campaigner. It's worth noting that we recorde...

75 MIN2018 JUL 27
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24: Masculinity

23: Voluntourism

ETW: child sexual abuse Voluntourism appears to be benefiting everyone, apart from the people who need help the most. This month we sit down and chat with three phenomenal women about their own experiences of voluntourism, why it's become so popular, and whether it does more harm than good. Shout out to Assistsant Producers Amelia Parker, Emma Halahan and Becky Malone for their help with this episode. //CONTACT US//CALL US IN//BE A GUEST//SUGGEST A TOPIC// @KickKyriarchy kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com www.kickingthekyriarchy.org Kicking the Kyriarchy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

64 MIN2018 JUL 3
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23: Voluntourism

22: Living With HIV.

ETW: Death, chat around HIV symptons Living with HIV today is vastly different to those living with it 30 years ago. Science and medicine have dramatically improved prognosis of those diagnosed. So much so that it doesn't have any impact on your daily life whatsoever. Having said that, very little research includes the affect on women (quelle surprise), and interestingly women later on in life. On top of that, we explore cultural nuances of HIV and why this fundamental to treatment. Shout out to Assistsant Producers Amelia Parker, Emma Halahan and Becky Malone for their help with this episode. //CONTACT US//CALL US IN//BE A GUEST//SUGGEST A TOPIC// @KickKyriarchy kickingthekyriarchy@gmail.com www.kickingthekyriarchy.org Kicking the Kyriarchy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

63 MIN2018 MAY 30
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22: Living With HIV.
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