In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Fiona Mackenzie, the woman behind We Can’t Consent To This — a campaign tracking accounts of women murdered due to supposed “sex gone wrong.”
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Dr. Jen Gunter about common myths surrounding women’s bodies and her new book, The Vagina Bible.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with the director and producer of “Jennifer, 42,” a feature length animated documentary about a victim of coercive control.
Massive social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have come under criticism, of late, for censorship, as well as for failing to support women’s interests. Recently, Twitter has taken to suspending users…
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Caroline Criado Perez about the dangers of data bias in a world designed for men.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Deborah Cameron about her new book, “Feminism: A Brief Introduction to the Ideas, Debates, and Politics of the Movement.”
We often talk about women’s unpaid labour — the work women do in the home, in terms of child rearing, cleaning, cooking, grocery shopping, and so on and so forth, that not…
Meghan Murphy speaks with Angela C. Wild of #GetTheLOut about her new report about the impact of trans ideology on lesbians.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Dagny, a founder of The Pique Resilience Project, about her experience transitioning, then detransitioning.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Linda Blade, President of Athletics Alberta, coach, and former heptathlete, about the need for sex-segregated sport.
On this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Suzanne Jay and Saba Malik, organizers of the upcoming International Women’s Day event, Indigenous Women and Women of Colour Rise.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Kathleen Stock and Natasha Chart about the contentious question of whether feminists should engage with or work with right wing individuals or groups.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Rebecca Whisnant about the harms of porn and why those of us who challenge it are dismissed so readily.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Posie Parker about feminism, her campaign group, Standing for Women, and the upcoming week of activism she organized to challenge the silencing of women on social media, #womenstandup
Phyllis Chesler is a best-selling author, a longtime feminist activist, and a retired psychotherapist. She has organized political, legal, religious, and human rights campaigns across the world. Yet she, like so many…