if these ovaries could talk
Two lesbians chat about making babies and non-traditional families. Jaimie Kelton and Robin Hopkins go in-depth with weekly guests about their hopes, fears and setbacks when making a baby with love plus science as well as what it's like to live in a world designed for straight families.
Episode Summary: Emma’s two moms used ‘Artificial Insemination’ to make her back in the 80s. She talks about what it was like to be the queer family ambassador on the playground and her experiences trying to find her anonymous sperm donor.
Sex for Smart People
A sex positive podcast where authenticity and communication reign supreme.
Episode Summary: 2 guests! So many juicy quickies! Badass writer/comedian Emma Tattenbaum-Fine and sex ed superstar Francisco Ramirez (he’s back!!) join us to throw down about various and sundry things including: sexuality is not a luxury, making decisions based on love (not fear), sex tips from porn star Stoya, taking time to prioritize sex, facts versus feelings, pubic hair, why there are so few women in the film industry, UTIs and yeast infections, puppy play, enjoying sex in a non-traditionally sexual way, “The Sessions” with Helen Hunt, and more. Then we have a longer conversation about when to call shit out versus when to create onramps for dialogue about patriarchy and rape culture – we want YOUR thoughts on this, too. Plus, a special bonus interview segment with Charlie Williams, the founder/developer of the new Cuddlr app!
That’s What She Said
A podcast about how and why we love.
Episode Summary: Comedian and writer Emma Tattenbaum-Fine shares her unique perspective on individuality, open relationships and the restorative powers of sea salt.
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Where RA Now?
Resident Assistants are the most important peer support for students in college. This podcast is dedicated to finding where the former RA's of New York University have gone since their days assisting students at NYU and learning about what skills they still utilize from their training as an RA. Hosted by Tom Ellett, Sr. Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at NYU and a current RA who aspires to be in the career field of our guest.
Episode Summary: Emma Tattenbaum-Fine NYU '07. Emma served as an RA in 2005-2007 at Hayden (now Lipton) and Seventh Street (7A) her second year. She is a comedian, storyteller, essayist, director, and actor.
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Marie Carter is a Scottish writer, editor, writing teacher, and tour guide, based in Astoria, NY.
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“Judges, academics, and activists keep wondering how children are impacted by having gay parents. Maybe it's time to ask the kids.”