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The Bitchery of History
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August 21, 2017 12:00 AM PDT

In this weeks episode, Max mentioned legendary educator Ume Tsuda as being a contemporary of Sutematsu Oyama. In an extended clip from this weeks episode, Max talks about the school that Ume would go on to found.

This clip was first released on the contributors blog at Patreon.com/ursulamajor.

August 21, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who fundamentally changed the world around them. The first, a highborn Japanese woman on the wrong side of a war, is sent to America for 10 years to bring knowledge back to her people; The second, legendary founder of The Girl Scouts, was buried in her uniform with a note calling her "the best Girl Scout of them all:" Sutematsu Oyama and Juliette Gordon Low.

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Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

August 14, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who defied the expectations of their time. The first, a woman of many careers, became a prostitue before becoming a pilot, spy, politician, and best selling author; The second, an outspoken advocate for queer rights, became the first transgendered mayor and then member of parliament in the world: Marthe Richard and Georgina Beyer.

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Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

August 07, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who used their circumstances to rise above the crowd. The first, a mongol princess and granddaughter to Gengis Khan, became one of the most powerful and legendary women of her time; The second, a woman who made her fortune owning and operating brothels in the pacific northwest, became a political force unto herself: Khutulun and Madame Lou Graham.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91

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Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

July 31, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who refused to let their voices be silenced. The first, a groundbreaking science fiction writer, became the first of her kind to win The MacArthur Genius Grant; The second, a black woman living in apartheid, became known the world over for her political activism against it: Octavia E. Butler and Lillian Ngoyi.

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Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

The Huntington Library, Art Collection, and Botanical Gardens
Thea Page
Natalie Russell

July 24, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who shattered the glass ceilings above them. The first, a legend both on and off the silver screen, rose to become one of the most powerful women Hollywood has ever known; The second, a grandchild of slaves, became one of the first African American woman doctors in the United States: Mary Pickford and May Edward Chinn.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
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Special Thanks To:

Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

July 17, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

A rebroadcast of our very first episode! With the original description:

This week, Allison and Max tell the stories of a badass bitch of science and a badass bitch of the American Revolution: Cecelia Payne and Deborah Sampson.

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Special Thanks To:

Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

July 10, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Allison and Max talk about two women who changed the world around them The first, an exotic dancer from Denmark who redefined the art, found herself on the wrong side of more than a couple governments during World War One; The second, a prolific architect whose buildings stand all over the world, broke many barriers and inspired a generation of architects: Mata Hari and Zaha Hadid.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91

Special Thanks To:

Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Olivia Mowry
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee

July 03, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who grew up worlds apart. The first, a New York Times best-selling author, grew up in a family of emotional abuse and neglect before finding her own way to success; The second, a woman born as the daughter of one of history's great poets, became a groundbreaking pioneer when she wrote the first computer program in the 19th century: Adeline Yen Mah and Ada Lovelace.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
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Special Thanks To:

Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Olivia Mowry
Keagan Riley
Jess Lee
Kaustubh "Vick" Singh

June 26, 2017 04:00 AM PDT

This week, Max and Allison talk about two women who changed the world around them. The first, a trailblazer and an activist, she is helping to lead the fight for trans awareness and education; The second, a trailblazing career journalist, secured the scoop of the century when she reported on the start of World War Two: Kate Bornstein and Clare Hollingworth.

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
Allison: @AHPowell91

Special Thanks To:

Janette Danielson
Kimberly Coscia
Sydney Tannenbaum
Stephanie Koutrakos
Dan Koutrakos
Olivia Mowry
Ashley Gasper
Kaustubh "Vick" Singh

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