FEMME

Show Me the Money

Did you know men on average have about an hour more free time each day than women?!

In this episode of F-EMME we're discussing "women-coded" work; work that is often underpaid or unpaid, and done mainly by women. Such work includes child care, elderly care, housekeeping, cooking, etc. We get into why some work is women-dominated, why fathers may view caring for children differently than mothers, and our own experiences with unequal distribution of household work. We also share some surprising statistics about the number of women in leadership roles in different fields.

This issue is multi-faceted and difficult to sort through. But it's a topic we feel is important to critically examine. Please share your thoughts with us by emailing us at femme@k103.se.

Tune in tonight at 9pm or listen anytime on Mixcloud.

More hair to share

Did you miss last weeks episode of F-EMME? Don't despair! You'll get a new chance tonight. Tune in at 21.00 if you are curious about the history of removing body hair or our own personal hairy stories. Or if you just couldn't get enough of last weeks episode and want to listen to it again.

Do you have your own story you want to tell? Or do you want to share your opinion on body hair? Please contact us at femme@k103.se.

Next week we will be back with a brand new episode, and then we will be talking about underpaid and unpaid work by women. You don't want to miss that!

Get Out of My Hair

In this episode of F-EMME, we're talking all things female body hair; the history of removing it, why society has such a problem with it, and the criticism women get when they display it. We also share a few personal body hair stories and discuss famous women who have bared their "pit-staches". Love it or hate it, this is a surprisingly controversial topic.

And it all started with an ad in Harper's Bazaar in 1915...https://outskirtsofthetwenties.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/it-started-with-harpers-bazaar/

Here is the link to the article "Perilous Patches and Pitstaches" mentioned in this episode, http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0361684313497924.
Images from the Adidas campaign featuring Arvida Byström can be found here, https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/oct/06/swedish-model-gets-....

You can listen to this episode at 9pm tonight, 2pm on Sunday, or anytime on Mixcloud. Tune in next Tuesday for a brand new episode.

If you something to say about female body hair, email us at femme@k103.se.

Meet Felicia

Often, being "different" means you stand out; you don't fit in. That can make life difficult when all you really want is to be treated like everyone else.

This week, the wonderful Felicia Pihlström joins us to talk about growing up in Sweden as a half Thai-half Swedish woman. We discuss her childhood in a small Swedish town, how she was bullied because of her looks, and what it's like to always "wear the struggle".

You can listen to this episode tonight at 9pm or on Mixcloud anytime, https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/f-emme-23-01-18-meet-felicia/.

Join us next week for a discussion of female body hair.

As always, email us at femme@k103.se with your thoughts, comments, or suggestions!

Time's Up

In this hour-long episode of F-EMME, we revisit our very first episode about Me Too, to discuss what has happened since -- and what might happen after!
What is the basis for feminist change? What is happening in Hollywood with Time's Up Now, who is Time's Person of the Year, what has happened before, and what is privilege? What does change look like on a global scale?

Tune in tonight at 21.00, or listen to any of our episodes on Mixcloud!

Any questions, concerns, opinions, or ideas??
You can email us at: femme@k103.se

In this episode:
Time's Up:
https://www.timesupnow.com/#facts-anchor
What happens after #MeToo:
https://www.teenvogue.com/story/me-too-bill-congress
#MeToo is China:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/09/china-women-break-silence-...
Time Person of the Year:
http://time.com/time-person-of-the-year-2017-silence-breakers/
India's Daughter:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4058426/
2017 Change for the better:
http://interactive.unwomen.org/multimedia/timeline/yearinreview/2017/en/...

Gynolicious

In our eighth episode of F-EMME, we're discussing going to the gynecologist and birth control. Why is it so awkward to get a pap-smear? Does it hurt to get an IUD? When will there be a male brith control?! Listen to the episode on Mixcloud to hear our thoughts, https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/f-emme-09-01-18-gynolicious/.

Next Tuesday we will start airing hour-long episodes, from 9:00-10:00pm!

Make Clittering a Thing

This week on F-EMME we are joined by William Appelqvist, from RFSU, the Swedish Association for Sexual Education. He talks with us about sex ed in Swedish schools now and how that compares to out experiences with sex ed, the work RFSU does with other countries, different contraceptive methods, and a few new sex-focused words RFSU helped create, like vaginal corona. You won't want to miss this fun and educational episode!

To learn more about RFSU or get involved with the organization you can visit their website, http://www.rfsu.se.

You can listen to this episode and previous episodes on Mixcloud, https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/make-clittering-a-thing/. Or catch a rerun on Sundays at 2pm.

We will have our next new episode on Tuesday, January 9th at 9pm. Have a merry christmas, happy holidays, and a happy new year!

Threatening Feminism with Lipstick

This week on F-EMME we're talking about femininity; what it means to us, how it's influenced us personally, and what it means for the feminist movement. This is a controversial topic, but we think it's an important discussion to have. Let us know your thoughts by emailing us at femme@k103.se.

Listen to this episode, and all our previous episodes, on Mixcloud, https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/f-emme-121217-threatening-feminism-with-li....

Tune in next Tuesday at 9pm, when William Appelqvist will join us to talk about sex education. We're really looking forward to this episode!

Angela Merkel vs. Beyonce

We're all about those strong feminist role models, and this week we're talking about the women we idolize, respect, or look to for inspiration and support. We discuss some of the most influential (and controversial) women in world and, maybe more importantly, our own mothers. We also share some music from a great feminist role model band, Röda Bönor.

If you'd like the read the article we bring up in this episode from Marie Claire, titled "Angela Merkel is Not Your Feminist Icon" you can find it at http://www.marieclaire.com/politics/a29532/angela-merkel-feminism/.

We played "Det ska bli slut på rumban" and "Sången om sexualmyterna" by Röda Bönor in this episode. To hear more from them, check out their Spotify account here, https://open.spotify.com/artist/38Dkdgms2HWirOGTIsvyCq?utm_medium=facebo....

Catch a rerun of this episode on Sunday at 14. And be sure to tune in next Tuesday at 21 for a new episode about femininity! As always, send us your thoughts and opinions at femme@k103.se.

You can listen to our show anytime on Mixcloud, https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/f-emme-171205-role-models/

Working' 9 to 5

This week on F-EMME we're talking about our experiences as women in the workforce. We share some personal stories about interactions we've had at all different types of jobs, from retail and customer service to office jobs. We also discuss what's changed over the years for women in the workplace, and what hasn't.

You can listen to the episode any time here https://www.mixcloud.com/K103/f-emme-28-11-17-workin-9-to-5/.

Want to share a workplace experience with us? Email us at femme@k103.se. You can catch a replay of this show on Sunday at 14!

Tune in next week for a discussion all about femininity.

F-EMME is a space for us to discuss feminist issues and initiatives, often drawing from our own experiences and opinions as young women.

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