Bonus Episode

Bonus Episode

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How do mental health and sexual health intersect? As part of Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness week The Birth Talks partnered with Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights to share this short excerpt from Action Canada for SHR's podcast. To listen to the rest of this conversation, and view what is offered in this campaign, visit www.srhweek.ca. And mark you calendars for the launch of Series 2: Parenting Beyond the Ordinary on International Women's Day, March 8!

S1E5: The ReProductive Ally

S1E5: The ReProductive Ally

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How we do we move forward as allies in reproductive justice? This special 40 minute episode is the last show of the first series and is co-hosted with the savvy and wise Vanessa Borjon, Bitch Media writing fellow based in Chicago. 

S1E4: The Politics of Birth

S1E4: The Politics of Birth

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Professor Candace Johnson from the University of Guelph leaves us with questions on the north south politics of birth. What does it mean to support every person's right to self determine in their reproductive health choices?

S1E3: Feministing Birth in the 21st Century

S1E3: Feministing Birth in the 21st Century

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"Fuck the waves of feminism. We are an ocean of Indigenous knowledge." What does it mean to be a birth worker/activist in the 21st century? You will not want to miss this conversation with Krysta and Denise, two Indigenous Full Spectrum Doulas based in Toronto. Feminism will never look the same again.

S1E2: If These Uteruses Could Talk Part II

S1E2: If These Uteruses Could Talk Part II

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(Image from Flickr: Adam Fagent https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

Mikki Bradshaw shares what his uterus would say if it could talk. He takes listeners on a thoughtful yet profound intersectional journey into gender, sexuality and race all with a sense of humour. (Warning: explicit content).

S1E1: If These Uteruses Could Talk Part I

S1E1: If These Uteruses Could Talk Part I

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In The Birth Talks' first episode "If These Uteruses Could Talk Part 1", 10 people from all walks of life the question "What would your uterus say if it could talk?". The diversity of stories will leave you thinking about intersectional feminism and reproductive health in a whole new way. 

The Birth Talks trailer

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The Birth Talks is a new intersectional feminist podcast on birth. The first series takes listeners on the journeys and stories of people across different lived experiences and delves into reproductive justice for women and girls.