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FYCL #23 – My Dubious Valentine

Gushing enthusiasm about Victorian social history, advising on how to enrage a Creative Anachronism person (mind the sword), venting about Google Buzz, pointing and lauging at Esquire and wounded masculinity in Superbowl ads, and failing utterly at finding a dubious sex toy for V-Day.

FYCL #23, if you are still doing the old-fashioned-y downloading of each episode, rather than subscribing with our shiny new rss or via iTunes.

Linkers:

Closing music was “I Enjoy Being a Girl” because it was clearly what those chaps at Esquire were listening to.

A reminder: although only the most recent 3 episodes are live in iTunes, you can always access back episodes of FYCL in our archive at uppitywomen.org/media/

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FYCL #22 – Hang up and pee.

Shy pee-ers hand out some advice on relationships, just in time to confuse you before Valentine’s day. We follow up on SJ’s experience with the vulva dye, discuss what’s bad (and good) about Cosmo, contemplate the romantic politics of gifts, and give you a ton of recommendations to have fun with.

FYCL #22, if you are still doing the old-fashioned-y downloading of each episode, rather than subscribing with our shiny new rss or via iTunes.

Linkitude:

Closing music was “Our House” by Madness.

A reminder: although only the most recent 3 episodes are live in iTunes, you can always access back episodes of FYCL in our archive at uppitywomen.org/media/

Got a question or a comment? Leave it here, email us at fyclpodder at gmail dot com, or come join our FaceBook group.