February 10, 2019
This episode Kelley talks to a new friend Hannah Soyer about the intersections of feminism and disability. They talk about marginalized groups and the future they hope for people being oppressed.
Check out Hannah's project This Body is Worthy at thisbodyisworthy.com
Logo by Emily Fergus
Intro/Outro: Human by Korbin Jones
January 22, 2019
In this episode, Kelley talks with her best friend Korbin Jones about how masculinity effects his identity as queer, how people perceive him, and how gender roles are intertwined by society with sexual identity.
Noted sources: Boys Beware: 1961 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTn7ALbLYPI
Logo by Emily Fergus
Intro/Outro Music: Human by Korbin Jones
January 5, 2019
In this episode, Kelley Fox talks to Andy Burns, a white heterosexual cis man, about the ways in which society has taught him certain roles he must live into, the ways that white masculinity is different from other masculinity and how we can begin to live a whole human life.
Intro and Outro Music by Korbin Jones
White Right: Meeting the Enemy available on Netflix
Scene on Radio: Danger (Seeing White, Part 11)
Macbeth available on Amazon Prime.
Logo design by Emily Fergus.
December 21, 2018
In this new introduction to the podcast (fit with a new name) Kelley Fox talks about her thoughts on masculinity and its limitations on men. She discusses Macbeth, gender roles, and how liberation for the lowest of people needs to start with the top.
Intro and Outro Music: Human by Korbin Jones.
The Mask You Live In https://amzn.to/2PSZJwU
Macbeth (2015): https://amzn.to/2QLi6ca
April 26, 2018
This podcast was created for Rhetorical Theory at Ohio Northern University.
I again sit down with David MacDonald, chaplain at ONU, to talk about what we can do to try to fix this problem of Toxic Masculinity. We discuss parenting, the subtle messages we send to those around us and what we may be able to do.
April 22, 2018
This podcast was created as a part of Rhetorical Theory project.
In this podcast, I talk to David McDonald, Chaplain at Ohio Northern University about the expectations of masculinity portrayed through the media and how that has affected the rates of gun violence. We begin the conversation on why it is that men are the perpetrators of mass gun violence and see that this is not only a gun issue but a gender issue.
(April 22, 2018)