Two wrongs don't make a right, but in todays episode, two lies do make a felon! This episode we're dissecting Season 1, Episode 22: The One with The Ick Factor and talking about appropriate ways to handle inappropriate sexual encounters and why being "friends" with your employees doesn't absolve you from following labour laws. Let's get into it!----Ways to get involved with the Black Lives Matter Movement:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/We would like to state that this podcast was recorded in 'Montreal', or Tiohtiá:ke, which we recognize is unceded indigenous land of the traditional territories of the Kanien’kehá:ka, 'Mohawk', Anishinabeg, 'Algonquin', and other peoples. We recognize the indigenous peoples as the rightful custodians of this land and are grateful and respect every which way they have taken care of and fought for this land, including, and not exclusive to, the Oka Crisis.Though we continuously are working to use this podcast as a platform to address and unpack systems of oppression we also recognize our whiteness, that we are able bodied, our class privilege, and, in addition, our newness at attempting to create this media. We welcome any insight, feedback or resources on how we can do this better, or if we are doing it wrong.Don't forget to check out our new YouTube channel and hit that subscribe button!Follow What the Phalange?! on social media: @wtphalangeemail: wtphlange@gmail.comEmilie Brunetwww.emiliebyoga.cominsta: @emiliebyogaquinn k brunetinsta: @quinnkbrunet or @mindbodywithquinnwww.quinnkbrunet.comSupport the show (http://patreon.com/wtphalange)
In this episode, Monica brings us on a spiritual awakening of sorts as she befriends someone who steals her identity and lives it better than her, bringing up some deep questions such as: what is holding you back from doing what you want to do?While we're at it, let's talk about the idea of 'ethnic names' and this colonial lens is harmful and racist. Furthermore, let's talk about why monkeys are not pets and how zoos are sad places. All with a healthy helping of Quinn annoying Emilie... PENIS!!----Ways to get involved with the Black Lives Matter Movement:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/We would like to state that this podcast was recorded in 'Montreal', or Tiohtiá:ke, which we recognize is unceded indigenous land of the traditional territories of the Kanien’kehá:ka, 'Mohawk', Anishinabeg, 'Algonquin', and other peoples. We recognize the indigenous peoples as the rightful custodians of this land and are grateful and respect every which way they have taken care of and fought for this land, including, and not exclusive to, the Oka Crisis.Though we continuously are working to use this podcast as a platform to address and unpack systems of oppression we also recognize our whiteness, that we are able bodied, our class privilege, and, in addition, our newness at attempting to create this media. We welcome any insight, feedback or resources on how we can do this better, or if we are doing it wrong.Don't forget to check out our new YouTube channel and hit that subscribe button!Follow What the Phalange?! on social media: @wtphalangeemail: wtphlange@gmail.comEmilie Brunetwww.emiliebyoga.cominsta: @emiliebyogaquinn k brunetinsta: @quinnkbrunet or @mindbodywithquinnwww.quinnkbrunet.comSupport the show (http://patreon.com/wtphalange)
In today's episode we talk about the sexualization of lesbianism, why you shouldn't be someone's maid of honour if you're sleeping with their fiancé, and we revisit the dating etiquette of the 90s - Em & Quinn debate the do's and don't's of post-first dates. Resources:Sexualization of LesbiansMr. Peanut's Tragic Death----Ways to get involved with the Black Lives Matter Movement:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/We would like to state that this podcast was recorded in 'Montreal', or Tiohtiá:ke, which we recognize is unceded indigenous land of the traditional territories of the Kanien’kehá:ka, 'Mohawk', Anishinabeg, 'Algonquin', and other peoples. We recognize the indigenous peoples as the rightful custodians of this land and are grateful and respect every which way they have taken care of and fought for this land, including, and not exclusive to, the Oka Crisis.Though we continuously are working to use this podcast as a platform to address and unpack systems of oppression we also recognize our whiteness, that we are able bodied, our class privilege, and, in addition, our newness at attempting to create this media. We welcome any insight, feedback or resources on how we can do this better, or if we are doing it wrong.Don't forget to check out our new YouTube channel and hit that subscribe button!Follow What the Phalange?! on social media: @wtphalangeemail: wtphlange@gmail.comEmilie Brunetwww.emiliebyoga.cominsta: @emiliebyogaquinn k brunetinsta: @quinnkbrunet or @mindbodywithquinnwww.quinnkbrunet.comSupport the show (http://patreon.com/wtphalange)
While we anxiously await the 2020 Election Results, let's talk about men and the way they treat women like garbage. Okay, a little harsh. This week, we're talking about the way Ross treats Rachel when she accidentally loses his monkey while it's in her care. We talk about how Chandler and Joey need to learn how to be appropriate neighbors to the women who live downstairs and we talk about how everyone (not just the men) need to chill on the massive amounts of fatphobia in this show.Resources and Links:Healthy At Every Size ResourcesEating Disorders StatisticsHistory of Anti-Blackness and FatphobiaFearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat PhobiaGoogle Anti-Blackness and Fatphobia; there is a lot and it's important!----Ways to get involved with the Black Lives Matter Movement:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/We would like to state that this podcast was recorded in 'Montreal', or Tiohtiá:ke, which we recognize is unceded indigenous land of the traditional territories of the Kanien’kehá:ka, 'Mohawk', Anishinabeg, 'Algonquin', and other peoples. We recognize the indigenous peoples as the rightful custodians of this land and are grateful and respect every which way they have taken care of and fought for this land, including, and not exclusive to, the Oka Crisis.Though we continuously are working to use this podcast as a platform to address and unpack systems of oppression we also recognize our whiteness, that we are able bodied, our class privilege, and, in addition, our newness at attempting to create this media. We welcome any insight, feedback or resources on how we can do this better, or if we are doing it wrong.Don't forget to check out our new YouTube channel and hit that subscribe button!Follow What the Phalange?! on social media: @wtphalangeemail: wtphlange@gmail.comEmilie Brunetwww.emiliebyoga.cominsta: @emiliebyogaquinn k brunetinsta: @quinnkbrunet or @mindbodywithquinnwww.quinnkbrunet.comSupport the show (http://patreon.com/wtphalange)
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Birthdate
Jan 4th, 1990
Episode Count
24
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
1 day, 8 minutes
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Podchaser Creator ID logo 184998