FYCL #11 – Helium Overdose

Dubious advice on yoga balls, why feminists don’t judge, or at least why they should try to get over it; how not to introduce your significant other to your parents, the secret feminism in Monsters vs Aliens, both dubious and non-dubious sex toys, and recommendations interrupted by shocking breaking news.

FYCL #11, if you are still doing the old-fashioned-y downloading of each episode, rather than subscribing with our shiny new rss or via iTunes.


Closing music is “I Can See Clearly Now” by Holly Cole.

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3 thoughts on “FYCL #11 – Helium Overdose

  1. Leaf

    After watching Julie Julia today I’ve been thinking about cooking.

    Then I came across this video about the evolution of cooking in humans http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/wrangham/wrangham_index.html#vid
    Wrangham’s work always sees a little,’Nature red in tooth and claw’ for me – but interesting nevertheless, never thought about why or how of humans starting to cook before.

    So I was wondering about the modern role of cooking in our lives and our first memories of cooking – who taught you to cook? Are you tending the fire or out hunting for the feast?

  2. paperkingdoms

    So thinking about either the moms staying home thing, or any of a number of other “Feminist Questions” I think a lot of the sort of ridiculous proclamations that you find people making come from an inability [or, OK, sometimes a disinclination] to do a good job of talking about the difference between making “informed” choices and making choices because one feels like one “ought” to for whatever pressure-y reasons. Even trying to write this down I’m being very hesitant and tip-toe-y. Tips or thoughts on negotiating the discussion so it doesn’t devolve into “every choice a woman makes is a feminist choice” territory?

  3. Rhayden

    This mint website is totally marketed at men. Or for men to show to their partners and convince them that EW YOU’RE GROSS and YOU NEED A MINT. Bah.


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