This week Allison and guest host Julia Hawthornthwaite discuss why feminist writer Roxane Gay dropped her publisher Simon & Schuster to protest hate speech.
We talk about how Donald Trump’s executive orders on pipelines will affect Canada’s energy sector—and its climate change promises.
AND Sophomore Magazine writer Stephanie Rotz introduces us to the Glass Runway.
Julia is reading The Good Jobs Strategy: How the smartest companies lower costs and boost profits by Zeynep Ton.
Allison is reading “Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich” by Even Osnos.
Bodies by Farao
Love Test by The Growlers
I’m Better by Missy Elliott
This week Allison and guest host Sabrina Nanji talk to Buzzfeed Canada’s Ishmael Doro about how the media is covering Kevin O’Leary.
The Ottawa Citizen’s Brian Platt tells us why Ontario’s high hydro rates have become fodder for rap lyrics.
Metro News reporter May Warren debriefs her experience at the Washington Women’s March.
Sabrina is reading The Blondes by Emily Schultz.
Allison is reading the Modern Lovers by Emma Straub.
Moth to a Flame by Chairlift
Swimming in Strange Waters by The Wooden Sky
Kill V. Main by Grimes
Viceroy by Mac DeMarco
This week Allison and guest host Ashley Csanady interview Toronto City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam about why the city’s budget needs a “gender equity lens.”
It’s 2017 and the Status of Women minister’s job is still considered a demotion—Professor Erin Tolley explains.
Chatelaine’s Sarah Boesveld joins us to discuss a massive survey of 40ish women and whether they are actually washing their bras.
Ashley is reading Difficult Women and Untamed State by Roxanne Gay.
Allison is reading the New York Times Magazine profile on Andy Cohen by Taffy Brodesser-Akner
Bonny by Pre-fab Sprout
The Wire by Haim
In Heaven by Japanese Breakfast
This week Allison and guest host Matt Elliott discuss how men can move into career fields that are traditionally considered “pink-collar” with Toronto Workforce Innovation Group’s Karen Lior.
The Dragon’s Den hates shipping container homes — Honomobo’s Daniel Engelman tells us why they are wrong.
Vice Canada’s Manisha Krishnan joins us to discuss Creep Crawlers—vigilante dudes who hold stings against alleged pedophiles and post the results online.
Matt is reading The Daily Show (The Book) by Chris Smith.
Allison is reading “The Year of Conquering Negative Thinking” by Lesley Alderman.
That’s Love by Oddisee
Sister by Angel Olsen
Cranes in the Sky by Solange