Episode 3.9 Dungeons & Dragons & Feminism

FUN FACT November is my least favourite month of the year for all kinds of reasons, and by the end of this month I’m usually pretty worn down and exhausted (this year being no exception, as the quality of my vocal production in this episode demonstrates).  But in this episode, instead of telling you how tired I am, I’m going to tell you about something that I use to nourish my weary self and make sure I’m spending time NOT working. And while we’re at it, Kaarina is bringing you extra cozy vibes and reminding you to stay warm! Links!

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The podcast theme song is “Mesh Shirt” by Mom Jeans off their album “Chub Rub.” Listen to the whole album here or learn more about them here. Follow me @hkpmcgregor, follow Kaarina @kaarinasaurus, and tweet about the podcast using #SecretFeministAgenda.

Secret Feminist Agenda is recorded and produced by Hannah McGregor on the traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

3 thoughts on “Episode 3.9 Dungeons & Dragons & Feminism

  1. A friend from my all-women D&D group shared this episode with us, and I immediately freaked because I recognized your voice from Witch, Please! I loved hearing your story, which is so much like my own. I’ve always been extremely nerdy, but D&D felt like something Other for me until I moved to Vancouver as a 30-y-o. It is so fun to get to play in a communal imagination, and I love getting to expand myself by playing as a halfling rogue (she was murdered by a former friend, deliciously tragic) and soon as a lesbian tiefling paladin!

    Thanks for making this episode. We need more lady nerds playing Dungeons and Dragons!

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  2. Great episode, as always! Thank you for coming into our lives each week with your thoughtfulness, knowledge, and personality. The best part of Friday afternoon for me is listening to Secret Feminist Agenda on my way home from work. Just one thing…I was waiting almost this entire episode for a “Cones of Dunshire” reference! Thanks again for all of the work you put into this podcast. It is appreciated very much!

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