In this week's episode we discuss the Ghomeshi verdict and why the justice system needs to do a better job supporting victims. We talk about Ontario's Sunshine List with the National Post' Ashley Csanady. Why does making paper mean you lose privacy? In our final segment we discuss new research about about girls and sex and porn and selfies with Shameless magazine's Julia De Laurentiis Johnson. How are girls negotiating the new frontier of sexualization and why aren't they 'leaning in'?
Detangled's WERK episode. We discuss how the working millennial is portrayed in pop culture. Shows like Broad City, Girls and Master of None portray millennials who are slackers when it comes to the working world - Is this characterization fair to the largest demographic in the workforce? In our second segment, we talk about resume whitening with Dr. Sonia Kang. Find out why she recommends some people experiment by anglicizing their names and experience on job applications. Lastly, we talk about the male/female wage gap, and where research says it is rearing its ugly head now - with guest economists Dr. Lauren Jobs and Kaylie Tiessen. Let's Detangle it!
Our official Pizza Party and Politics episode. We discuss the National Film Board announcement that it will use fully 50% of its dollas to fund films by female directors with filmmaker Chelsea McMullin; We talk to journalist Eternity Martis about her piece for Vice about being a 90s Fat Kid; and #pizzapoliTO co-founder Claire McWatt tells us about her plans to eat the best pizza in each of Toronto's 44 Wards.
We talk period pay, the Ontario PC Party convention and the party's shift towards more progressive policies (with guest MPP Lisa MacLeod) and First Ladies & Fashion. Why must first ladies be either "stylish" or invisible? Also, we listen to Rihanna #work.