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Uninterrupted, a weekly topical discussion hosted by Women's Health, invites experts, activists, celebrities, doctors, historians, and more share their own personal stories and talk about the political and social issues that matter most to women.

Latest Episodes

Episode 27: Naomi Wolf Wants to Put Political Power Back in The Hands of The People

EAuthor, activist, and entrepreneur Naomi Wolf talks about her perspective on modern feminism, including the body positivity movement, and shares her newest project, BillCam, which puts legislation back into the hands of the people. The Women Promoted on This Episode: "I was mentored by a woman named Baroness Helena Kennedy, Queens Council." says Naomi. (Helena wasn't born into her title, she earned it through her work as a human rights lawyer, Naomi notes.) "She works really hard to protect the rights of prisoners, of incarcerated people, of people accused around the world without due process, and she is raising $13 million for Mansfield College in Oxford, where she is...one of the few women wardens of a college." Follow These Women on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Naomi Wolf: @naomirwolf Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

38 MIN2016 AUG 10
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Episode 27: Naomi Wolf Wants to Put Political Power Back in The Hands of The People

Episode 26: Alysia Reiner Shares What She's Learned from the Women of Wall Street

EThe 'Orange is the New Black' star talks about the genesis of her new film, 'Equity,' and what it means to be a strong woman in Hollywood.

26 MIN2016 AUG 1
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Episode 26: Alysia Reiner Shares What She's Learned from the Women of Wall Street

Episode 25: Why Lindsay Avner Decided to Have a Double Mastectomy When She Was Only 23

EThe founder of Bright Pink talks about using her family history to empower her choices, fighting sexist doctors, and why privilege shouldn’t be a factor in excellent medical care. The Women Promoted on This Episode: I am big student of Brené Brown’s books,” says Lindsay. “ I think about the message she talks about in her latest book about how it's not about the falling down. We know everyone's going to fall down. It's about how do you pick yourself up.” Follow These People on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Lindsay Avner: @LindsayAvner Bright Pink: @BeBrightPink Tweet us using the hashtag #WHUninterrupted Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUL 18
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Episode 25: Why Lindsay Avner Decided to Have a Double Mastectomy When She Was Only 23

Episode 24: How Miki Agrawal Is Using Period Panties to Fight the Patriarchy

EWe sat down with with Miki Agrawal, Thinx’s founder and CEO, and author of the book, "Do Cool Sh*t: Quit Your Day Job, Start Your Own Business, and Live Happily Ever After," to find out just what inspired her to get into the period panty biz in the first place. The Women Promoted on This Episode: "Today I would like to honor my girlfriend, Allie Hoffman," says Miki. "She started an incredible movement called Gender Proud with the transgender model Gina Rosero, which is about transgender rights and how it's okay to be who you are. She fights for women's rights in the most beautiful ways, and I want to see people like her thrive." Follow These People on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Miki Agarwal: @twinmiki Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

27 MIN2016 JUL 11
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Episode 24: How Miki Agrawal Is Using Period Panties to Fight the Patriarchy

Episode 23: Arianna Huffington's Toxic Relationship With Sleep

EThe founder of the Huffington Post opens up about her terrifying experience with exhaustion, and why it inspired her to write her new book, "The Sleep Revolution." She's also joined in the studio by her daughter, Christina, who shares her new project, "Talk To Me."

23 MIN2016 JUL 4
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Episode 23: Arianna Huffington's Toxic Relationship With Sleep

Episode 22: My Life as a Hip-Hop Promoter Turned Proud HIV Activist

EAfter she was infected with HIV in 1995, Maria Davis became keenly aware of how important it was to get tested and know your status. On June 27 (National HIV Testing Day), she shares her story on Uninterrupted with the hope of inspiring others to keep themselves healthy and educated. The Women Promoted on This Episode Maria cites Maya Angelou as one of her biggest inspirations. “Her words liberated people, and she was a free spirit, she says. Follow These Women on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Christina Heiser: @xtinaph Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUN 28
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Episode 22: My Life as a Hip-Hop Promoter Turned Proud HIV Activist

Episode 21: How Women are Growing and Harvesting the Marijuana Industry

EShaleen Title, Esq. shares what it's like running a THC staffing agency, and why she believes the weed biz is such a great place for women to work. The Women Promoted on this Episode: "Sue Taylor just won a license in Berkeley to open the first dispensary that is aimed at seniors, and to my knowledge she's the first black female senior to own a dispensary," says Shaleen. "Dispensaries can be kind of like hip, young places, which is great, but it's not great when you have seniors who need to feel comfortable asking questions and learning, and so I think her dispensary in Berkeley, which is going to be called 'I Can,' is going to be so groundbreaking and historic, and Sue Taylor is an amazing person with no fear and such a wonderful, strong woman." Follow These Women on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Shaleen Title: @ShaleenTitle Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber. Editorial support was provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our...

30 MIN2016 JUN 20
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Episode 21: How Women are Growing and Harvesting the Marijuana Industry

A Note About Orlando

EThis week, we’re creating space for all the lives lost and hearts broken in and around Orlando.

2 MIN2016 JUN 14
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A Note About Orlando

Episode 19: Meet Chris Mosier, the First Openly Transgender Athlete on a U.S. National Team

EA few days before he headed to Spain to compete in the World Duathlon Championship, Chris Mosier filled us in on his rise to the top, and what it means to be a transgender athlete on a global level. The People Promoted on this Episode: "Wade Davis is the executive director of You Can Play," says Chris. "It's another sports organization that does LGBTQ advocacy work in men's pro sports. Wade is a former NFL player and openly gay and he did a Ted talk on the mask of masculinity, and I think it's something that is so incredibly important for folks to listen to and to consider." Follow These People on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Chris Mosier: @TheChrisMosier Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, with audio production by Paul Ruest and Dani Wexelman. Editorial support was provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUN 6
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Episode 19: Meet Chris Mosier, the First Openly Transgender Athlete on a U.S. National Team

Episode 18: What Does It Mean to Be an Adult?

EOur host, Caitlin Abber, sits down with Kristina Marusic to discuss their personal journeys as writers, activists, and friends.

30 MIN2016 MAY 30
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Episode 18: What Does It Mean to Be an Adult?

Latest Episodes

Episode 27: Naomi Wolf Wants to Put Political Power Back in The Hands of The People

EAuthor, activist, and entrepreneur Naomi Wolf talks about her perspective on modern feminism, including the body positivity movement, and shares her newest project, BillCam, which puts legislation back into the hands of the people. The Women Promoted on This Episode: "I was mentored by a woman named Baroness Helena Kennedy, Queens Council." says Naomi. (Helena wasn't born into her title, she earned it through her work as a human rights lawyer, Naomi notes.) "She works really hard to protect the rights of prisoners, of incarcerated people, of people accused around the world without due process, and she is raising $13 million for Mansfield College in Oxford, where she is...one of the few women wardens of a college." Follow These Women on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Naomi Wolf: @naomirwolf Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

38 MIN2016 AUG 10
Comments
Episode 27: Naomi Wolf Wants to Put Political Power Back in The Hands of The People

Episode 26: Alysia Reiner Shares What She's Learned from the Women of Wall Street

EThe 'Orange is the New Black' star talks about the genesis of her new film, 'Equity,' and what it means to be a strong woman in Hollywood.

26 MIN2016 AUG 1
Comments
Episode 26: Alysia Reiner Shares What She's Learned from the Women of Wall Street

Episode 25: Why Lindsay Avner Decided to Have a Double Mastectomy When She Was Only 23

EThe founder of Bright Pink talks about using her family history to empower her choices, fighting sexist doctors, and why privilege shouldn’t be a factor in excellent medical care. The Women Promoted on This Episode: I am big student of Brené Brown’s books,” says Lindsay. “ I think about the message she talks about in her latest book about how it's not about the falling down. We know everyone's going to fall down. It's about how do you pick yourself up.” Follow These People on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Lindsay Avner: @LindsayAvner Bright Pink: @BeBrightPink Tweet us using the hashtag #WHUninterrupted Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUL 18
Comments
Episode 25: Why Lindsay Avner Decided to Have a Double Mastectomy When She Was Only 23

Episode 24: How Miki Agrawal Is Using Period Panties to Fight the Patriarchy

EWe sat down with with Miki Agrawal, Thinx’s founder and CEO, and author of the book, "Do Cool Sh*t: Quit Your Day Job, Start Your Own Business, and Live Happily Ever After," to find out just what inspired her to get into the period panty biz in the first place. The Women Promoted on This Episode: "Today I would like to honor my girlfriend, Allie Hoffman," says Miki. "She started an incredible movement called Gender Proud with the transgender model Gina Rosero, which is about transgender rights and how it's okay to be who you are. She fights for women's rights in the most beautiful ways, and I want to see people like her thrive." Follow These People on Twitter: Women’s Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Miki Agarwal: @twinmiki Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, and recorded at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

27 MIN2016 JUL 11
Comments
Episode 24: How Miki Agrawal Is Using Period Panties to Fight the Patriarchy

Episode 23: Arianna Huffington's Toxic Relationship With Sleep

EThe founder of the Huffington Post opens up about her terrifying experience with exhaustion, and why it inspired her to write her new book, "The Sleep Revolution." She's also joined in the studio by her daughter, Christina, who shares her new project, "Talk To Me."

23 MIN2016 JUL 4
Comments
Episode 23: Arianna Huffington's Toxic Relationship With Sleep

Episode 22: My Life as a Hip-Hop Promoter Turned Proud HIV Activist

EAfter she was infected with HIV in 1995, Maria Davis became keenly aware of how important it was to get tested and know your status. On June 27 (National HIV Testing Day), she shares her story on Uninterrupted with the hope of inspiring others to keep themselves healthy and educated. The Women Promoted on This Episode Maria cites Maya Angelou as one of her biggest inspirations. “Her words liberated people, and she was a free spirit, she says. Follow These Women on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Christina Heiser: @xtinaph Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber at CBS Studios. Editorial support is provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUN 28
Comments
Episode 22: My Life as a Hip-Hop Promoter Turned Proud HIV Activist

Episode 21: How Women are Growing and Harvesting the Marijuana Industry

EShaleen Title, Esq. shares what it's like running a THC staffing agency, and why she believes the weed biz is such a great place for women to work. The Women Promoted on this Episode: "Sue Taylor just won a license in Berkeley to open the first dispensary that is aimed at seniors, and to my knowledge she's the first black female senior to own a dispensary," says Shaleen. "Dispensaries can be kind of like hip, young places, which is great, but it's not great when you have seniors who need to feel comfortable asking questions and learning, and so I think her dispensary in Berkeley, which is going to be called 'I Can,' is going to be so groundbreaking and historic, and Sue Taylor is an amazing person with no fear and such a wonderful, strong woman." Follow These Women on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Shaleen Title: @ShaleenTitle Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber. Editorial support was provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our...

30 MIN2016 JUN 20
Comments
Episode 21: How Women are Growing and Harvesting the Marijuana Industry

A Note About Orlando

EThis week, we’re creating space for all the lives lost and hearts broken in and around Orlando.

2 MIN2016 JUN 14
Comments
A Note About Orlando

Episode 19: Meet Chris Mosier, the First Openly Transgender Athlete on a U.S. National Team

EA few days before he headed to Spain to compete in the World Duathlon Championship, Chris Mosier filled us in on his rise to the top, and what it means to be a transgender athlete on a global level. The People Promoted on this Episode: "Wade Davis is the executive director of You Can Play," says Chris. "It's another sports organization that does LGBTQ advocacy work in men's pro sports. Wade is a former NFL player and openly gay and he did a Ted talk on the mask of masculinity, and I think it's something that is so incredibly important for folks to listen to and to consider." Follow These People on Twitter: Women's Health: @womenshealthmag Caitlin Abber: @everydaycaitlin Chris Mosier: @TheChrisMosier Episode Credits: Uninterrupted is produced by Caitlin Abber, with audio production by Paul Ruest and Dani Wexelman. Editorial support was provided by Lisa Chudnofsky. Our theme music is “Bullshit” by Jen Miller.

23 MIN2016 JUN 6
Comments
Episode 19: Meet Chris Mosier, the First Openly Transgender Athlete on a U.S. National Team

Episode 18: What Does It Mean to Be an Adult?

EOur host, Caitlin Abber, sits down with Kristina Marusic to discuss their personal journeys as writers, activists, and friends.

30 MIN2016 MAY 30
Comments
Episode 18: What Does It Mean to Be an Adult?
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