Episode 97 - Ma, Can I Be A Feminist and Still Like Men? Lyrics from Life by Nicole Hollander

61 minutes

Happy U.S. Election Day! We all need some extra entertainment today, so we're airing this episode a week early.

We read a book of feminist cartoons and learn that humor has shifted a lot since the late 1970s in America. Sadly, little else has shifted very much, though  - like equal treatment under the law, healthcare, and the dominance of fossil fuels...which is a great reminder to vote today if you haven't already!

Unrelated Good Children's Book Alert: Meeka Caldwell wrote A Friend Like Anian to represent black families and folks with down syndrome in children's literature. If you're looking to expand your young child's library or know someone who is, check it out!

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