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Staying informed doesn't have to be painful. In this all-women daily news and politics podcast presented by Betches Media and hosted by Amanda Duberman, co-hosts Sami Sage, Alise Morales, Milly Tamarez, and Kaitlin Byrd run through the day’s wildest headlines with accessible analysis and commentary you will actually relate to. Daily episodes bring fact-based news delivered with humor plus interviews with members of Congress, candidates, activists, comedians, and political experts to discuss ...
 
Everyone’s Gay is a no filter podcast by Betches Media that covers LGBTQA relationships, sex and lifestyle with occasional pop culture analysis. Unlike other "gay" podcasts, Everyone's Gay is not toned down for a squeamish straight audience. Instead, your hilarious hosts, Chris Burns and Bryan Russell Smith, provide a real look at all things homosexual in a funny, informative way that will delight gay audiences (and interested breeders). For more content, follow @everyonesgay on Instagram.
 
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Hosts: Amanda, Milly, Alise, Natasha Murphy of Black Girls Vote Topics: Unpacking Senator Bill Cassidy’s comments on Black maternal mortality and what they tell us about how the Republican party views its electorate. The policies at stake in the 2022 election and non-negotiable positions for candidates that claim to support Black women. Why we need…
 
Today, we start with the latest information on the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Then, Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama and Texas are awaiting their primary results, and today marks the two year anniversary of the tragic death of George Floyd. Finally, the U.S. birth rate is up for the first time since 2014, and a one of a kind burn-proof edition of …
 
Today, we start with a Russian diplomat resigning over the war in Ukraine, Starbucks has been making plans for leaving Russia, and the Russian Foreign ministry is updating its list of blacklisted Americans. Then, Biden declares that the U.S. would defend Taiwan in case of an attack by China, Airbnb has announced that it will exit China, and the Eth…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Bridget Schwartz Topics: The CEO and President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America join to talk about how they’ve been preparing for a post-Roe world What about the end of legal abortion keeps her up at night The challenging logistics of helping women access a procedure that could be outlawed in many states Unpacking Senator …
 
Today, we start with Senator Bill Cassidy showing his true colors regarding race, and the first flight carrying baby formula has landed from Europe in the US. Then, it's revealed that Tesla paid $250,000 in 2018 to silence a Space X attendant that Elon Musk exposed himself to, and the recent spread of Monkeypox continues throughout the states. Reso…
 
*UPDATE: Today's episode begins with breaking news about a new abortion ban in Oklahoma. Then we hear about the House committee requesting information from Barry Loudermilk on capitol tours he gave the day before the January 6th insurrection. Then, President Biden is invoking the Defense Production Act to aid the baby formula shortage and 192 repub…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Alise, Milly Topics: Discussing which 2000s trends deserve to come back after George W. Bush seemingly admits to an unjust invasion Analyzing the disturbing internet reaction to the defamation trial involving Johnny Depp and Amber Heard The troubling signals the mockery and ridicule send to survivors who speak out Milly breaks down t…
 
Today, we start with incoming results from the Pennsylvania senate republican primary race, and news that the justice department has finally asked the January 6th House committee for their closed-door transcripts. Then, the justice department’s back at it by suing Steve Winn, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Ted Cruz’s challenge to a federal…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Sami, Kaitlin Topics: Analyzing the fascinating results from the Pennsylvania and North Carolina primaries Theorizing what line of work Madison Cawthorn will go into next Whether Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman will have a better shot against Dr. Oz or Dave McCormick Why the race for Pennsylvania’s governor might be the most…
 
Today, we start with President Biden addressing the Buffalo shooting, as well as current results from the elections in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho, Kentucky and Oregon. Then, the longest battle of the war in Ukraine has ended, the FDA has authorized Pfizer booster doses for children ages 5 to 11, and a new bill signed by Governor Ron DeSant…
 
Today, we start with McDonalds announcing that they are pulling out of Russia, and Sweden announcing that they are pulling out of 200 years of neutrality. Meanwhile, a new poll reveals a startling set of beliefs about immigrants replacing American voters, and a solution has been found to the baby formula shortage. Finally, the largest wildfire in N…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Sami Topics: More details about what led up to an 18-year-old self-described fascist, racist, and anti-Semite driving 200 miles to murder 10 people in a primarily Black neighborhood The roots of “replacement theory” and how the far-right has mainstreamed the idea Why 1 in 3 Americans believe in similar ideas How some Republicans are …
 
The week starts with a tragic mass shooting out of Buffalo, New York. Then, Finland and Sweden move closer to joining NATO as Russia responds, the Texas power grid is failing again, and the White House is getting a new press secretary. Finally, in some good news, Australian researchers made a breakthrough in identifying the root cause of sudden inf…
 
Today, we start with Russia responding to Finland’s NATO plan, Hungary’s prime minister refusing to ban imports of Russian oil, an update on the nationwide shortage of baby formula, and North Korea's nationwide lockdown. Finally, we end the week with a New York judge ordering Donald Trump to pay 110 thousand dollars in contempt fees. Resources/Arti…
 
Hosts: Sami, Milly, Amanda Topics: Amanda’s week menacing New York City’s men Discussing the origins and state of the infant and toddler formula shortage in the US. How might this crisis play out of women held the majority of elected positions?! Which US cities are offering big $$$ to attract tech workers? Would you move to Tennessee for a free hot…
 
Today, we start with the failure of the Women’s Health Protection Act in the Senate, the primary elections in West Virginia and Nebraska, and a federal judge stating he will block Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' redistricting map. Finally, we end with Spain’s proposal that would grant women 3 days of menstrual leave. Resources/Articles mentioned this ep…
 
Hosts: Milly, Kaitlin, Amanda Topics: Susan Collins called the police because protesters wrote a mild message in pastel chalk Reacting to a handful of the world’s most privileged men deciding it was “morally wrong” to ban Trump from Twitter A heated family discussion directed at the Democratic party leadership about the changes we need to see to kn…
 
Today we cover Elon Musk stating he would let Donald Trump back on Twitter, the Treasury secretary Janet Yellen’s comments on the effects of eliminating abortion, President Biden’s remarks on inflation, and the House of Representatives vote that would recognize congressional workers' right to unionize. Finally, we end with the Senate passing a bill…
 
Today we cover New York lawmakers pushing for abortion funds, President Biden signing a bill expediting the process to send military aid, and the severe fire risk for the southwestern United States. Lastly, AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon have agreed to provide high-speed internet service at a discount to low-income consumers. Resources/Articles mention…
 
We start this week off with various changes that lawmakers in several states are trying to create to limit contraception. Then, we touch upon Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ability to run for reelection, the job growth in the U.S, and Jill Biden’s visit to Ukraine. Finally, we end with Rudy Giuliani canceling his appearance before the Jan. 6 committee. R…
 
Today, we cover Canada’s announcement that Americans will be able to obtain abortions in Canada, Madison Cawthorn’s new 30-second naked video dropping, and the new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Finally, we end this Friday with an increase in covid cases. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: Axios: Americans can get abortions in Canada i…
 
Hosts: Milly, Alise, Amanda Topics How anti-abortion groups could purchase data sets to harass and surveil women seeking abortion access, their doctors, and their partners Preparing for a future without Roe without fear-mongering or contributing to misinformation This week’s edition of support or supplant involves Kim K’s crash diet, Madison Cawtho…
 
Today, we cover the 6 week abortion ban in Oklahoma, the big takeaways from the primary elections that were held on Tuesday in Ohio and Indiana, Pope Francis’ warning to the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Federal Reserve raising interest rates. Finally, we end with Intuit's agreement to settle the deception claim. Resources/Articles…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Sami, Kaitlin Topics We start with a tangent on the sacred nature of baths during times of political turmoil Unpacking how minority rule got us to this upsetting and confusing moment for abortion rights, and how we can fix a fixed system Why Democrats should be racing to embrace the Equal Rights Amendment as a midterms strategy…
 
Well, you guessed it– today we bring you up to date with all the buzz surrounding the leaked Supreme Court opinion that intends to overturn Roe v. Wade. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: Axios: Democrats lack votes to end filibuster for abortion protections WaPo: The next frontier for the antiabortion movement: A nationwide ban WaPo: Supre…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Milly, Alise, Alencia Johnson Topics: Initial reactions to the draft Supreme Court opinion poised to overturn Roe vs. Wade What elected leaders can do now to prepare for a chilling of abortion access Alencia Johnson joins to share insights from reproductive rights groups and interprets what the Court’s opinion signals about future at…
 
We start today with the shocking news of a leaked copy of a supreme court majority opinion that will overturn Roe v. Wade. Trump’s former defense secretary, Mark Esper, came out with a memoir, meanwhile, the Israeli foreign minister calls out Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov on his Hilter remarks. Then, the American Academy of Pediatrics re…
 
Hosts: Amanda, Sami, guest MSNBC’s Symone Sanders Topics Symone Sanders, previously the spokeswoman and senior advisor for the Vice President, joins to give some behind the scenes tea from the White House Correspondents Dinner (including how she seized on a Kim K-related opportunity) How her experience working for a presidential administration will…
 
This week starts with Nancy Pelosi's visit to President Zelensky. Connecticut passes a bill that will expand the types of medical professionals who can provide abortion services. Next, we touch upon the cross-country shortage of baby formula. Meanwhile, the Justice Department filed a complaint challenging Alabama’s recently enacted law. Finally, Bi…
 
We end this week, with the announcement of The January 6th House committee’s save the date, which has been tentatively scheduled from June 9th to the end of the month. Then, President Biden asked congress for another 33 billion dollars to aid Ukraine, in light of the White House unveiling a legislative package that would allow the federal governmen…
 
Hosts: Alise, Amanda Topics: President Biden sure looks like he’s about to forgive $10,000 in federal loan debt. So how did this become a “left wing” issue? Is the White House Correspondents Dinner this weekend really necessary? We discuss, and share the jokes we’d use to roast Joe Biden if we were invited Introducing our new segment “SUPport or SU…
 
Yesterday Russia shut off the supply of natural gas to Poland and Bulgaria. Nestle raised their prices by more than 5% by passing on its rising costs to shoppers. Next, The Minnesota Human Rights Department found that the Minneapolis Police Department violated the Minnesota Human Rights Act. Meanwhile, 6 million Californians were asked to cut their…
 
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