Seeing Red -Episode 2

Episode 2 April 05, 2021 00:41:54
Seeing Red -Episode 2
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Seeing Red -Episode 2
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Show Notes

The Book Interrupted six women continue their conversation inspired by “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer. Exploring issues of education, Goddess mythology, and being comfortable talking about menstruation, they chat about their own personal period experiences and how to teach their children about their bodies.

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Win a pair of Knix Period Underwear!

My Balanced Life. Finding inner balance through individual, corporate, and community wellness programs.

Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period. by Kirsten Karchmer

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Strange Things by Anne Amos and Illustrated by Lia MacBean

The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image by Jules Cashford and Anne Baring

The Vagina Bible: The Vulva and the Vagina—Separating the Myth from the Medicine by Dr Jennifer Gunther

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