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Power of Pussy and Sister Goddess Activism — Episode 101

#101 — The Power of Pussy and Sister Goddess Activism ** December 28, 2016 Guest // Laura Brayton, DC ** Host // Louise Kuo Habakus We’re ending 2016 with a bang and kicking off the new year with a gift to our sisterhood of women (and the men who love us). it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours, the full responsibility and embodiment of
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Feminism and the Election: The Gift of Acceleration

by Kelly Brogan, MD and Louise Kuo Habakus Cars were at a 12 minute standstill and the traffic light repeatedly cycled green to red. In the streets, throngs of sign-toting New Yorkers were giving voice to their passion. There were tears and profanity. The waves of protesters streamed endlessly. “FUCK TRUMP” was the choice mantra of this movement. The perplexed Nepalese driver turned and
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The Pill: The Deadly Dichotomy — Episode 74

#74 – The Pill: The Deadly Dichotomy ** June 24, 2015 Guest // Holly Grigg-Spall ** Host // Kelly Brogan, MD Do you know how The Pill works? Millions of women — healthy women who take this powerful hormonal medication daily from their mid teens to menopause — have absolutely no idea. Cultural mythology and pharmaceutical marketing have sold women on The Pill as
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The New Feminism: Taking It Back

by Kelly Brogan, MD We must balance woman and mother A Kundalini practitioner recently shared with me the symbology of the Adi Shakti. It’s a mesmerizing interlocking of a karmic circle, a double-edged weapon, and two encompassing swords. This is a representation of primal feminine power from a tradition that champions, not male-female equality, but all that is incomparable about a woman’s energy. In
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The Big (Fertility) Lie — Episode 14

March 5, 2014 — Tanya Selveratnam with Louise Kuo Habakus and Alison MacNeil Download Tanya’s Toolkit HERE View on Amazon.com Hello, Fearless Parent Listeners. I am thrilled to be invited to appear on the show. I was inspired to write The Big Lie after my third miscarriage at the age of 40 in fall 2011. I wrote the book that I wished I could
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