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Dec 30, 2022

The hosts talk about their Christmas traditions then Rita tells the story of Felicitas Méndez, a Puerto Rican civil rights activist who scored a major legal victory in California schools, which played a part in ending de jure segregation in the United States.

Nov 26, 2022

Avery and Rita read The Great British Baking Show for filth for the infamous Mexican episode. Then Avery tells a tale close to their heart. Karl M. Baer was born an intersex child whose parents raised him to be a girl, causing years of internal and external strife for him. As a young adult he meets Dr. Magnus...

Nov 11, 2022

The hosts start the show talking about recording in the new podcast studio at the Spokane Central Library, and about their favorite episodes. Then Rita tells the story of Millicent Patrick, an actress, animator, makeup artist, and special effects designer who blazed a trail through Hollywood that included stints...

Oct 28, 2022

The hosts discuss monetized feminism and then dig into the story of Prohibition and the woman who helped overturn it. Pauline Morton Sabin was a wealthy woman who switched political parties and became the voice and face of the movement to end Prohibition.

Oct 25, 2022

In honor of Anna May Wong being featured on the US quarter we are sharing her story again.