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Jul 17, 2017

In this one we look at a book about science treating women as inferior and read some dumb tweets before we get derailed while talking about witches, question why Alex Jones is suddenly being taken seriously, learn about knife massages, and lament the bible as a textbook in Kentucky public schools.


Jul 3, 2017

In this week's installment we discuss a women's health products again because apparently there's a lot of pseudoscience around that. Then we get into a little bit of men's health that isn't so wootastic before we talk about some magic stickers. Leo talks about a bill on immigration in Canada and then Cory talks about...


Jun 26, 2017

This time around we had Callie Wright of the Gaytheist Manifesto and Queery on to talk about her new show and the power of storytelling. We managed to get into some talk about Star Trek too, and how it had it's own themes around gender and sexuality. When we let Callie go we talk a bit about our week and a bit about...


Jun 19, 2017

This one kind of jumped all over the place, supplements don't help kids with autism, some supplements contribute to liver disease, don't but ground up oak apples in your vagina, take your kids to the doctor instead of praying for them to get better, blasphemy laws being abolished, Imam's refusing to ritually bury the...


Jun 12, 2017

In this episode Cory, Lisa, Angela, and Rene interview Dr. Karen Garst. She's the author of the book Women Beyond Belief which is a compilation of different stories of leaving religion from women of different backgrounds. Then we chat a bit about the new leader of the Canadian Conservative Party. It's a short talk...