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Best PumaPodcast podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best PumaPodcast podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast on everything you've always wanted to know about sex and female pleasure. Licensed psychologist and sex and relationships therapist Rica Cruz has made it her mission to help us women learn and own our sexual selves. We'll talk about everything you've always wanted to know about sex and female pleasure, and help each other embrace and unleash our inner sexy goddesses.
 
Communication is powerful. So let's talk about it! In this podcast, WiseOwl, a group of communicators for social change, sit down with strategists, advocates, academics, creatives, and other experts about how we can use communication to create positive change. Let's have more conversations that make us think about issues that make an impact. Give A Hoot with us! Powered by PumaPodcast.
 
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LTFRB, LTO, Department of Finance, and civil society groups join Benjie Dela Peña for a live Q&A answering your questions on his #BetterNormal proposal for public transportation. This episode was produced in partnership with Asia Society Philippines. Subscribe to A Better Normal on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
The 1987 Constitution guarantees press freedom and free expression. But not even those fundamental freedoms are absolute. Libel, for example, is NOT protected speech...and in the digital age, libeling someone online - cyberlibel - actually carries a higher penalty. And suddenly Filipinos are taking on all these terms - press freedom, free expressio…
 
Right before the lockdown, Irish Magno made history as the first Filipina boxer to qualify for the Olympics. Then everything stopped. Get to know this groundbreaking athlete, how she's training in isolation, and how she and her girlfriend are helping Filipinos affected by the coronavirus pandemic. #PrideMonth This is the third of three parts on Fil…
 
The Itchyworms talk about about the challenges they faced while producing their new single “The Silence” during the lockdown, and how the music industry can get back on its feet. Subscribe to A Better Normal on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
Filipina boxer Josie Gabuco has won five straight gold medals in the Southeast Asian Games. Even more impressive? She did it all while being a single mom. This is the second of three parts on Filipina boxers. Subscribe to Go Hard Girls on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
Let's get intersectional! World amateur boxing champion and SEA Games gold medalist Nesthy Petecio opens up about mental health, being a lesbian athlete, and why she's stronger for all her struggles. This is the first of three parts on Filipina boxers. Subscribe to Go Hard Girls on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: h…
 
In the two-part finale of Meditation Muna's first season, we take the opportunity to restart, envision, and work towards a version of the better normal we want. Join this meditation hosted by instructor Jali Fernando, and subscribe to Meditation Muna on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/m…
 
In the two-part finale of Meditation Muna's first season, we do a visioning exercise. Let's think about the cracks the pandemic brought to our attention, and how we want to move forward. Which parts of "normal" no longer serve us? Join this meditation hosted by instructor Jali Fernando, and subscribe to Meditation Muna on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, o…
 
Communicating hope is practical in social change. But how does it fare in a crisis the magnitude of COVID-19? What role can hope play in media, advocacy, and government? Listen to this podcast based on our webinar with the Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) and speakers Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Base…
 
In China, people are fearful of a new wave of COVID-19 infections supposedly coming from foreigners. Kylie, an OFW there, tells us about the night she was turned away at a restaurant, and how authorities handle and track potential cases. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
We speak with our resident legal expert Atty. Ted Te, host of the podcast Te Talks, law professor, and former spokesperson for the Supreme Court. Atty. Ted says, because justice delayed is justice denied, it's time to go paperless in our courts, and digital, fast. All for the promise of justice. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapo…
 
What are the things we say to ourselves? Does it help or hurt us? Sa episode na ito, pag-uusapan natin ang halaga ng mantras at kung paano ito makatutulong sa atin. Join this meditation hosted by instructor Jali Fernando, and subscribe to Meditation Muna on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodca…
 
For a month, "Luis" volunteered as a driver for medical frontliners. But during his trips around Metro Manila, the most striking people he came across weren't healthcare workers. We listen to a story of parents who needed to get their child to the hospital, and a breadwinner who had to get a much-needed paycheck to feed the family. For Luis, there …
 
On some days, we need a strong push. Days when growth is waiting to happen if only we deal with difficult emotions. Days when we are being called to action, to create big change. Today does not have to be that kind of day. Hindi mo kailangan maging matapang. Hindi mo kailangan lumaban. Today is calling you to be gentle, to be kind and forgiving tow…
 
Outbreaks and diseases, often with society-ending repercussions, have been a widely used plot point in many works of fiction. Dr. Theresa Mundita Lim, Executive Director for the ASEAN Center for Biodiversity, talks to us about COVID-19 as a zoonotic disease, and how we can help prevent science fiction from becoming science fact. This podcast was pr…
 
"When you need hope most is when things are the most dark." Our instinct as communicators is to tell the story of the things that make us angry - government failure, human rights abuses, etcetera. But we also need to show the things that are going right, and how these came to be. In dark times such as the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to show people, …
 
"When you need hope most is when things are the most dark." Our instinct as communicators is to tell the story of the things that make us angry - government failure, human rights abuses, etcetera. But we also need to show the things that are going right, and how these came to be. In dark times such as the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to show people, …
 
Fueled by passion and armed with technology, the Filipino youth have been organizing relief operations and fundraising—even when far from home. Aljo Dolores of Bayanihan Pulilan shares how the youth have risen to the occasion to help their hometown in Bulacan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
Communications is critical in a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. But there's something we desperately need right now, and that is hope. Listen to this discussion between WiseOwl, a group of communicators for social change; and Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Based Communications. Subscribe to Giv…
 
Communications is critical in a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. But there's something we desperately need right now, and that is hope. Listen to this discussion between the Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) and Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Based Communications.…
 
Water crisis na naman! Bakit ba nawawalan tayo ng tubig sa Metro Manila? Masasagot lang natin 'yan kung babalikan natin ang panahon bago ang Maynilad at Manila Water. Kasama si National Scientist Raul Fabella, dating dean ng UP School of Economics, aalamin ni JC Punongbayan kung ano ang sitwasyon bago ang privatization ng water sector. --- Send in …
 
Frontliners are the heroes of our battle against COVID-19, but medical professionals have been incredible all throughout history. In this episode for Araw ng Kagitingan, hosts Sab Schnabel and Ceej Tantengco honor the 77 American nurses who were abandoned in the Philippines in World War 2—and continued to serve in the face of unspeakable danger. --…
 
Naranasan mo na bang matapat sa frontline o malagay sa isang posisyon na kailangan ang iyong tulong o serbisyo? If so, you know that being a frontliner can be exhausting, but also rewarding. We are rewarded for giving, for putting ourselves on the line. But rarely are we taught how to fill up the tank so that we can keep giving without burning out.…
 
From allowing the arrest of local officials to putting a stop to false information online, is the Bayanihan Act a step in the right direction? Atty. Ted Te talks to constitutional lawyers Gwen De Vera and Dan Gatmaytan from the University of the Philippines College of Law. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
"Hindi nga ba kami essential? Ang services na binibigay namin ay hindi ganoon kahalaga?" BPO employee "Midnight" shares his story of transitioning to work from home, and acknowledges the efforts of "hidden frontliners" whose services we are reliant on. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
Filipinos working abroad face a dual challenge: worrying about their own safety while feeling helpless to protect loved ones back home. Based in London, Joaquin Malolos shares his struggle - and how he found a sense of purpose. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message
 
During this COVID-19 quarantine, many couples are stuck with each other at home, 24/7. And it can take a toll on any relationship. So here is some advice from Rica Cruz, a sex and relationships therapist, and the host of Conservative Ako. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
Human rights lawyer Ross Tugade had just moved to Turin, Italy for studies before the outbreak began. Alone and under lockdown in her apartment, Ross tells us about the struggles of being away from home at this difficult time—and what keeps her going. If you or someone you know are dealing with mental health issues, talk to someone about it. You ma…
 
Sa special episode na ito tatalakayin ng Usapang Econ team (kasama nina Roby Alampay at Dr. Miharu Kimwell) kung paano binago ng COVID-19, quarantines, at physical distancing ang buhay ng mga Pilipino. Note: This was recorded on March 19. Some figures are outdated. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pumapodcast/message…
 
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