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Host Josie Rodriguez-Bouchier, a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist, supports queer, trans, and non-binary folks in becoming pregnant. Through information-loaded episodes and compelling interviews with guest experts, The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is a place where we can relax and bring our Whole Selves to the conversation of fertility, identity, and our creative power. All content offered through The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is created for informational purposes ...
 
We know the wait was long, but we're back with Season 2 of Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style! Last season we discussed the various ways in which our social identities intersect in our everyday lives, and this season we'll be doing more of that, but with a twist! In Season 2 we're talking about movies, books, memes, and all things pop-culture! Join our hosts Nishtha and Sukanya as they dive deep into the world of pop-culture with a stellar line up of guests!
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
 
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Gabrielle Griffith (they/he/she), is a doula and cannabis advocate. In this conversation, Gab and Josie discuss the importance of educating yourself on cannabis use, as every person's endocannabinoid system works differently. This episode also touches upon the possible uses of cannabis for the fertility journey. Follow Gab on Instagram & Twitter. H…
 
Dominique and Ariel Wilson are a Black queer couple who use social media to create representation and destigmatize Black queer love. They are currently trying to conceive their first child, and discuss their journey on today's episode. Dominique and Ariel both use she/her pronouns. Find Dom and Ariel on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook. The Word Que…
 
Brandi (she/her) is an Afro Latina medical esthetician dedicated to creating spaces for people of the global majority in the beauty industry. Brandi shares her story of deciding to conceive and raise a child with her best friend, creating a new traditional family. Content Warning: This episode discusses threatened medical kidnapping and postpartum …
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by W. Kamau Bell, director of the four-part documentary series We Need to Talk About Cosby. Together, the two use an intersectional lens to explore Bill Cosby's descent from his seemingly immovable status as "America's Dad.” Unpacking the complex interactions of race and gender that enabled Cosby's alleged sexual…
 
The basis of the Whole Self Fertility Method™ is that we are elemental beings, and that fertility is not our reproductive system only. It’s our endocrine system, our nervous system, our digestive system, and so much more. Today, we are rerunning an informative episode to unpack each element that composes Josie's Whole Self Fertility Method™. They d…
 
Resham Mantri (she/they) is a first generation Indian American writer and death worker. In this episode, Josie and Resham discuss the importance of decolonizing death, the intersection of trying to conceive and the fragile nature of life, and divorce as reproductive loss. Resham also offers wisdom and comfort to those who have experienced loss on t…
 
Dr. Sand Chang (they/them) is a Chinese American, gender fluid and non-binary trauma informed psychologist. In today's conversation, Josie and Dr. Sand discuss the importance of body liberation specifically for trans health, and how diet culture can impact those who are trying to conceive. Content Warning: This episode discusses Eating Disorders. F…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by thought leaders Jelani Cobb, Sherrilyn Ifill, and Cornel West, who share their perspectives on the threats to Black history and realization of Black freedom. The conversation is anchored in the question, "Was 2022 the last Black History Month?” and makes explicit why we must to fight to ensure it was not. Revi…
 
Educator, choreographer, and artivist April Axé Charmaine (she/they) joins Josie to discuss the importance of body movement in helping us connect with our body, energy, and elements of nature. Learn how dance can release trauma from the body, improve posture, confidence, and more. Axé also gives tips on how to find the right dance space that aligns…
 
Queer femme radical birthworker Anna (she/her) joins Josie on the podcast to talk about the complexity of queer family planning, the ways all of us can relate to birth, and her recent reckoning around her own relationship with having children. Anna’s way of being exudes care and warmth, and listeners will enjoy her fresh lens on birth and queer fam…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by Bob the Drag Queen for a conversation full of critique and celebration of all things drag. Having once existed at the margins of legality and social acceptability, drag has now moved into the mainstream with the popular success of shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race, Dragula and We’re Here. Even with this moment in …
 
Cindy Luquin (she/they) has a wealth of experience in transforming adversity into beauty through a passion for reproductive healthcare for all, rooted in justice and health. She and Josie discuss grief and fertility, the ways pleasure plays a role in healing, the beauty of consent, and the utter magic of breaking cycles of generational trauma throu…
 
Through this entire season we’ve had the great fortune of speaking with women who cover the length and breadth of everything that comes to mind when we think of pop culture! A recurring theme that we saw this entire season was the way in which we look at women who take up space in pop culture, whether they’re fictional characters or women just dari…
 
This conversation with king yaa (they/them/king!) is one long invitation into the heart of the topics of sex, pleasure, grief, and loss. king and Josie talk about pleasure as a means to connect with the self, pleasure’s role in activism, and how play is essential in the resistance to white supremacy. CW: medical trauma Connect with king on Instagra…
 
This week India saw history being created. For the first time ever an Indian documentary was nominated for an Academy Award in the feature length category. Writing With Fire has been breaking a world of barriers and we are so honoured and excited to have one of the film's makers, Rintu Thomas with us on the podcast today. Tune in to this episode to…
 
Meet Josie’s new assistant and pleasure alchemist Jozelle Wong Yu (they/she). Listeners get a peek behind the curtain as the two become further acquainted and discuss fertility, pleasure, the creative process, and the ways how we receive each other hold it all.
 
When we think of pop culture, and commercial cinema with mainstream stars, we can see that women are almost always portrayed in certain pre-constructed ways - they look a certain way, belong to a certain age bracket or social location. Very rarely do we see women both in terms or actors as well as characters who are removed from these moulds. Slowl…
 
Facilitator and somatic practitioner Meenadchi (Meenadchi/they) and Josie discuss non-violent communication, the tenderness the new year can bring, and the ways family constellation therapy helps us remember that we’re connected. This is a conversation full of laughter, space-holding, and magic. Buy Meenadchi’s book, Decolonizing Non-Violent Commun…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by an all-star panel to examine not merely the details of the shocking January 6th insurrection, but also the key undercurrents of racial resentment and right-wing authoritarianism that fed into the attempted coup. Together, the panelists unpack how the Trump administration’s shocking effort to subvert democracy …
 
From filmmakers to influencers to journalists - throughout this season of 'Intersectional Feminism - Desi Style!' we have talked to many a personalities that play a role in influencing pop culture trends. But as we near the end of the second season of IFDS, we take a look at the other side - how does pop culture impact us and what does it mean to b…
 
When the lockdowns started last year, and we had to spend a lot of time with ourselves, staying within, physically and emotionally, a lot of us found solace in fictional escape and imaginary worlds. We turned to literature for relief, relatability and reference. In todays episode, we will be discussing the importance of reading and books and why it…
 
Josie brings back the first guest episode of the podcast - a thoughtful and deep conversation with writer and full-spectrum birthworker Jennifer Molina (she/her). They talk about how writing helps us navigate our queerness and the responsibility of being seen through writing, especially as queer people of color. Come for the generous conversation, …
 
The change in news becoming digital, and the world moving online also means that the main source of information has become the internet. When we talk about journalists, their lives too have slowly become a topic of public discussion. But news sometimes tends to be hypermasculine and we hope there was a more gendered lens to it. So in today’s episod…
 
Eri Guajardo Johnson (she/they) views fertility as a deeply vulnerable and nuanced spiritual matter. This conversation, which weaves together themes of power, decolonizing practices, and reproductive loss amongst sexual assault survivors, will have you considering just how deep and profound this conversation of fertility truly is. Eri Guajardo John…
 
There are a lot of great ways in which we are getting entertained on the internet - the idea of consuming someones life and jokes as a form of entertainment may have begun with the advent of reality television but has now percolated to our phones through influencers and content creators. Social media stardom is huge in our country - but as with eve…
 
If you’ve ever had questions about the benefits of using your placenta - and the ways to do it - look no further than this conversation with birth worker and health educator Sarah Ferguson. You will guaranteed walk away with an appreciation for the utter magic of this organ, and a clear place to start if you’re considering encapsulating your placen…
 
For the last year, we have been surrounded by debates on Critical Race Theory spurred by the Right's organized, widespread campaign to stifle anti-racist education. For all of this debate, though, we hardly ever get to hear from the teachers, administrators, and students who are the subjects of these vicious attacks, and who are risking it all in d…
 
One of the first thing that comes to mind when we think of pop culture with a critical lens is sexist tropes and item numbers. Most of our mainstream entertainment rides on the objectification of women, and item numbers are the most glamourised, sexed up tropes used in films to further this gaze. Now, the problem is not essentially about a woman wh…
 
Erika’s journey to conception overlapped with her foray into doula-hood - and, through her story, we find that neither process was straightforward. Erika's work is done through an anti-racist, pro-Black, pro-queer lens, and she de-centralizes whiteness in her work. Erika shares her eight-year conception story, what it was really like for her postpa…
 
With the rise of OTT we have seen content consumption patterns in India undergoing massive change. The lines between what is an indie film and what is a mainstream film - what is masala and what is arthouse are blurring. And with this blur so is the way in which audiences engage with these films - but is this change slow? And how much further do we…
 
Sean Saifa Wall (he/him/his) is a Black queer intersex activist and rising scholar. In this episode, he talks about how growing up intersex informed his activism, the importance of patient advocacy and medical reparations, and the intersection between intersex justice and reproductive rights. This is a rich conversation with a passionate activist t…
 
Thirty years ago this week, Anita Hill sat across an all-male, all-white Senate Judiciary Committee to testify that her boss, Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas, had sexually harassed her. A historic moment that brought visibility to the issue of sexual harassment, Anita's bravery during the 1991 confirmation hearing set the stage for co…
 
We all know that all art is a collaborative process and it must reflect the realities of all individuals and groups in the society. But most of the times, we see that popular culture is dominated by narratives that are exclusive of diversity and truth in terms of the representation of minorities. Joining us in this episode is filmmaker Jyoti Nisha …
 
This conversation with Pati was so nice, we're posting it twice. Please enjoy this re-run of a spectacular conversation with non-binary, Latinx sexological bodyworker and midwife, Pati Garcia. Pati and Josie discuss queer pleasure anatomy and anal breathing to undo trauma and increase fertility, plus bonus tips to help top surgery scars heal faster…
 
At the face of it, censorship seems fairly straight forward. There’s a board that gives you a certificate - and that’s that, right? Um, not really! Censorship, with every passing day is getting more and more complex, with more questions than answers. Are we censoring ourselves online? Who decides what needs to be hidden away? Why is the fate of con…
 
"The babies are a cute part of it, but I love teaching people how to take up space." Morgane Richardson's dive into the ocean of perinatal care has been deep and wide. She has worn so many hats in the world of birth since 2012, including doula, health educator, certified breastfeeding counselor, and more. In this conversation, she and Josie discuss…
 
Over the last year, the Right has ignited a widespread disinformation campaign around Critical Race Theory -- and mainstream media is fueling the fire. Mentions of CRT in the news grew exponentially this past year, with journalists often framing the conversation around education censorship as an equal debate between supporters and opponents of anti…
 
Why can’t feminists CHILL? It’s just movies and TV shows, every thing doesn’t need to be “Feminist”! Well actually - it totally does! Why, you ask? Because Pop-culture, much like everything else, is political! Joining our hosts Nishtha and Sukanya in this episode as they discuss pop culture through a feminist lens is veteran film critic Anna M.M. V…
 
In this episode, Josie sits down with their partner Melissa to discuss their upcoming program, Fertile. This program supports a fertile environment in the body and specifically supports folks with wombs who are queer, trans, and non-binary. Grab a cup of tea and enjoy this intimate, fun, and playful conversation. Throughout their years as a License…
 
We know the wait was long, but we're back with Season 2 of Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style! Last season we discussed the various ways in which our social identities intersect in our everyday lives, and this season we'll be doing more of that, but with a twist! In Season 2 we're talking about movies, books, memes, and all things pop-culture! Join…
 
Over the past year, Critical Race Theory has been increasingly misrepresented by the Right in an organized, widespread effort to stifle racial justice and gender equity, and weaken our multiracial democracy. In response to these attacks, AAPF held a 5-day Critical Race Theory Summer School in mid-August to educate participants about the origins, pr…
 
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