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Jan 7, 2022

Kim Hak-Sun was the first Korean comfort woman to break her silence about the atrocities committed by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. Her story is difficult but important. Content warning for sexual violence, physical violence, war, suicide and substance abuse. Take care of yourself.


Dec 31, 2021

The hosts pontificate on the importance of clothing & finding joy in your appearance. Then Rita tells the story of Rebecca Lukens, an American businesswoman & the first woman industrialist. She took over & reinvented her father’s steel business, steering it to become a leader in the new science of boilerplate steel.


Dec 25, 2021

Calling all readers & TV watchers! The hosts start off the show with their favorite books & shows from this year. Then AV tells the story of Inge Ginsberg, a Holocaust survivor, spy & journalist turned Death Metal Grandma. Thank you, again, for your support this year.

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Dec 10, 2021

AV and Rita are back! Catch up with our intrepid hosts as they talk about the extended production break and tell the story of Betty Reid Soskin - the oldest living Park Ranger. There is way more to her story than wearing Park Service green though. 


Oct 1, 2021

The hosts start the episode with a discussion on the double standards applied to female bosses. Then Amanda digs into the story of the first woman to become a professional surfer--Margo Godfrey Oberg. Margo paved the way for women to become big wave surfers. 


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