Lighting Myself on Fire
About This Show
Are you a decent human being that understands intersectional feminism? Or simply wants to learn? Or just wants to listen to two funny chicks talk? If so, come listen to these well-read ladies talk about things (like PFPT, what's “pre-funking?”, and male birth control) and try to change the world one episode at a time. Listen as Melissa, Emily, and Hannah try and take on the world one episode at a time.
Most Recent Episode
EPISODE 32: I WILL NEVER KNOW WHO IS WHO
Melissa and Hannah are joined by previous guest Michelle Rocca to talk about life in Hawaii, and more seriously, her work with sex offenders and how they can be integrated back into society. We also talk about Harvey Weinstein (like how it’s never okay to sexualize your employees), the #MeToo movement, and how difficult it is for victims to come forward after a trauma. Trigger warning for talk of sexual assault and harassment. GIVE MICHELLE SOME LOVE: Instagram: Instagram.com/shell_bell808 GIVE US SOME LOVE ON: iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/light…d1196140244?mt=2 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/lighting…-fire?refid=stpr Google Play: play.google.com/music/listen?t=Li…bvmwhgbutet5phiee WHERE TO FIND US: Email us: LightingMyselfOnFirePodcast@gmail.com Facebook: Facebook.com/lightingmyselfonfire Instagram: Instagram.com/LightingMyselfonFirePodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/LMOFPodcast Tweet Emily: Twitter.com/RedSpecsEm
Rated 5 out of
Women Talking to Women is Always Amazing
I loved the first episode. The show discusses difficult topics with humor, wit, and inspiration. I can't wait to hear more important topics discussed throughout the year!
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of
Wow, I have been lit on fire just from the first podcast.
Melissa and Emily are wonderful hosts, first off. They asked intriguing questions that made me forget they were having an interview, not just a normal conversation between women. Molly is inspiring and now I want to travel somewhere new every month, too.
This podcast will help you remember the importance of your voice and your body, regardless of your gender, skin color, or religious preference. Although you may not always have control of your body (or your health), you do have control over your voice. While things may not be functioning 100% internally, Molly reminded me how crucial it is to take care of myself externally. Inadvertently, it was also a wonderful acknowledgement to not discriminate against anyone (no matter the gender, race, or preference) because you never know what that person could be struggling with. Wow, what an hour.
Everything about this podcast was wonderful and I look forward to every single one.
Date published: 2017-01-26