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The Bitchery of History
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February 19, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Max and Janette talk about two women whose lives were marred by death and pain. The first, an American icon, lived a wild life; large chunks of which have been missing from her story for far too long. The second, an accomplished writer and pacifist, exposed the world to the pain of her lost love and the sacrifice of her generation. We're talking about Harriet Tubman and Vera Brittain!

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)

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Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

February 12, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Allison and Max discuss two incredibly influential women who could not have been more different from one another. The first, Queen consort of Spain and Empress Consort of Brazil, played an active and pivotal role in her husband's reign; The second, a successful housewife and mother of six, changed the course of American history, leaving a legacy we're grappling with to this day: Maria Leopoldina and Phyllis Schlafly. Then, Janette is joined by Julie Harris-Walker (The Other 50%) on The Bitch Next Door!

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

February 05, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Max and Allison discuss two women who took history into their own hands. The first, a biologist and career government employee, changed the course of American history while battling cancer; The second, a fierce warrior and revolutionary, commanded an army of men that gave China a run for it's money: Rachel Carson and Triệu Thị Trinh.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Kimberly Coscia (@KimberlyGrace48)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

January 29, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Allison and Max discuss two women whose legacies persist to this day. The first, a legendary figure to the Nigerian people, she helped define the role of women in their islamic society; The second, a low born shrine dancer, created one of the oldest and most respected art forms still practiced today: Nana Asma'u and Izumo No Okuni.

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Janette: @Neddie94
Kim: @KimberlyGrace48

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Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
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Jess Lee

January 22, 2018 04:00 AM PST

In a deleted segment from Saturday's Lady Bit, Currie Terrell describes the time he met Oprah at The Grove in Los Angeles.

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January 22, 2018 04:00 AM PST

This week, Allison and Max discuss two women whose found great power and influence in their time. The first, a legendary activist and farmworker, she's helped write many pages of modern history; The second, queen in two countries and duchess in her own right, she was arguably the most powerful woman alive during her life: Dolores Huerta and Eleanor of Aquitaine.

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Kim: @KimberlyGrace48

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Sydney Tannenbaum
Jess Lee

January 20, 2018 02:11 AM PST

HAPPY WOMEN'S MARCH!!!

Host of Let's Chat with Currie Terrell and Bitchery's resident Oprah expert, Currie Terrell stops by to give us a fresh perspective on the lady of the moment: Oprah Winfrey.

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January 20, 2018 02:05 AM PST

HAPPY WOMEN'S MARCH!!!

Did you know that Gloria Steinem has had a long and storied political career? She's been at the head of the pack for decades!

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January 20, 2018 02:02 AM PST

HAPPY WOMEN'S MARCH!!!

Trained extensively in martial arts, this woman helped lead a fiery rebellion that kept Japanese Imperial forces fighting for an entire year: Takeko Nakano.

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January 20, 2018 01:57 AM PST

HAPPY WOMEN'S MARCH!!!

Did you know Joan of Arc's martyrdom inspired copycats around the world? Things god kinda crazy...

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