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She's a Punk

Author: Siobhan Woodrow

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A podcast that paints an intimate portrait of radical women who are guided by a punk rock ethos.
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When Drea Doll of the The Venomous Pinks and the Sound Sisters Podcast reached out to me and asked if I wanted to do a crossover episode, of course I jumped at the opportunity.In this episode, I hang out with Drea, along with our old friend Gaby Kaos, who you might remember from a previous She’s a Punk Radio episode, and Angela Rose Red, who together make up the Sound Sisters. We laughed so much it made me wish we could hang out in real life, if only we didn’t live in different countries.Get ready for a slightly more laid-back episode — in which I smoke two joints — and come have a laugh with us.Follow Sound Sisters:@soundsistersazA huge ‘thank you’ to our supporters on Patreon. The show wouldn’t be possible without you. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, check out our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
In this episode we speak with Gloria De Los Cielos, who is a founding member of LA punk band The Humblers and a professional dominatrix. Gloria teaches me some dominatrix vocabulary, about her history in the punk scene, and why you don’t have to settle on doing just one thing with your life.Follow The Humblers:@thehumblerslaand Gloria:@gloriadeloscielosA huge ‘thank you’ to our supporters on Patreon. The show wouldn’t be possible without you. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the us:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
In this episode Kristen from Mable Sydrome (@mable.syndrome) and Siobhan interview each other. They talk about the punk podcasting space, their origin stories and what’s to come for their respective shows.A huge ‘thank you’ to our supporters on Patreon. The show wouldn’t be possible without you. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the us:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
The Ratz @theratzpunkProve ItThe Humblers @thehumblerslaThe Athena Project @jennywoooiThe Voids @_thevoids_Bad Waitress @badwaitressbandIf you’d like to contribute music to the radio show, go to shesapunk.com.Keep up with the podcast at @shesapunkpodcast.A huge thank you to our supporters on Patreon, we couldn’t do it without you. If you like the show and want to help support it, check us out on Patreon.
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the history of the Anarchist Movement with the story of the most important anarcha-feminists of the 20th century — Emma Goldman.From immigrant teen, to the ‘most dangerous woman in America’, we’ll take a look at Emma’s fights and struggles, her defeats and her heartbreaks. We’ll examine the progress she helped make for woman and the working class, and we’ll discover the human being behind the propaganda.A huge ‘thank you’ to our supporters on Patreon. The show wouldn’t be possible without you. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the us:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Welcome to the very first edition of the She’s a Punk Radio Show! Come on in and check out some killer tracks:Morus - Zarazamorus23.bandcamp.comMacho - It’s NOT Okaymachodetroit.bandcamp.com (EP AVAILABLE NOW!)With War - Merciless Indian Savageswithwar.bandcamp.comVenomous Pinks - I Want Youthevenomouspinks.comWhisper Hiss - Wake Up Callwhisperhiss.bandcamp.comGeorge Crustanza - Cannonballgeorgecrustanza.bandcamp.comIf you’d like to contribute music to the radio show, go to shesapunk.com.Keep up with the podcast at @shesapunkpodcast.A huge thank you to our supporters on Patreon, we couldn’t do it without you. If you like the show and want to help support it, check us out on Patreon.
We are back for season 2! In this episode we look at Straight Edge culture, it’s origin, and what the movement looks like today. To get some perspective, we speak with three women who are active in the Straight Edge scene.Find and follow our guests here:Jessie Lee - @jessiexleeNatalie Slater - @bakeanddestroyTanya Orpi - @big_ol_cry_gaybyA huge thank you to our supporters on Patreon. The show wouldn’t be possible without you. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the us:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
I’m still working away on season two of She’s a Punk. In the meantime, you’ll hear spotlights of some of our favourite women in punk history to hold you over until we’re back in full swing. Here, we shine a quick light on Donita Sparks.
Ari Up: A Spotlight

Ari Up: A Spotlight

2020-01-1401:00

I’m still working away on season two of She’s a Punk. In the meantime, you’ll hear spotlights of some of our favourite women in punk history to hold you over until we’re back in full swing. Here, we shine a quick light on Ari Up.
Our first year of She’s a Punk was incredible. We released 24 episodes. We laughed, we cried, we learned. Here’s a quick look back on some of our favourite moments of Season One.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, check out our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
A Message From Siobhan

A Message From Siobhan

2019-11-1903:36

A special announcement from She’s a Punk.
The Age Episode

The Age Episode

2019-11-0545:17

In this episode we explore aging as it relates to being involved in the punk scene. We hear from several women of various ages — all from the She’s a Punk community — about their relationship to age. We speak about going to shows, getting a corporate job, and still finding time to get in the pit.Some of the women featured:@the_tattooed_marie@chickspit_band@icrossedtheoceansmarian@kirstenawhite@abominableink@nancybarile@andoutcometheboobsThis episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
The Halloween Episode

The Halloween Episode

2019-10-2232:13

Welcome to the first annual She’s a Punk Halloween Spooktacular. In this episode we go back to 1979, inside room 100 of the Chelsea Hotel, where lies the body of Nancy Spungen, murder victim.We often hear this story with Sid Vicious at the centre, but this time, we’ll take a deep dive into this murder mystery from the perspective of the victim herself. Just who was Nancy Spungen, and how did she come to lay lifeless in that hotel with a knife deep in her gut.This episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Charla Tedrick is the alt designer whose shoes look more like works of art that pay tribute to trashy rock‘n’roll and punk rock from the past than they do actual shoes. Covered in buckles and studs, leather and plaid, it’s really easy to see why Char’s designs are such a hit with alt women, really across the globe. She designed for Betsey Johnson, and brought the very popular brand Dolls Kill to everybody’s attention as their first head designer. Char and I speak about fashion from the underground, striking out on your own, and figuring out the best way to be a mother while running your own business.Follow Charla:@charla_tedrickcharlatedrick.comThis episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Alice Bag is a punk rock singer, musician, author, educator and feminist archivist. She is the lead singer and co-founder of the Bags, one of the first wave of punk bands to form in the mid-1970s in Los Angeles. Her first book Violence Girl, From East LA Rage to Hollywood Stage is the story of her upbringing in East Los Angeles, her eventual migration to Hollywood and the euphoria and aftermath of the first punk wave. This bilingual former elementary school teacher continues as an author, outspoken activist, feminist and a self-proclaimed troublemaker.Follow Alice:@alicebagThis episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Identity with Jenny Woo

Identity with Jenny Woo

2019-09-1001:03:00

Jenny Woo performs as a solo acoustic Oi act. She grew up in Edmonton, Canada, where she was a biracial woman playing in punk and Oi bands since her teens. As a Chinese-Canadian, she never really felt like she fit in, and as a woman, she really had to carve out a space for herself in the local punk scene. Jenny and I speak about what it means to be a working-class musician, her identity, and what it means to be a skinhead to her.Follow Jenny:@jennywoooiThis episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Cindy Whitehead is a former pro skateboarder and was a top-ranked vert skater back in the ‘70s. She’s an integral part of the history of the sport, so much so that in 2016 she was inducted into the Skateboard Hall of Fame, and for the past two decades, she’s spent her time working to provide a space for the next generation of young female skaters with her project “Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word.” Cindy and I spoke about the California skate scene in the ‘70s, being a pioneering woman in the sport, and her current career as a sports stylist.Follow Cindy:@sportsstylist@girlisnota4letterword@itsnotaboutprettyThis episode is brought to you by PinkCherry. Go to pinkcherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.Thanks as always to our amazing patrons for your crucial support. If you like the podcast and would like to help us keep making it, pledge your support on our Patreon page.Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Becky Wreck is the drummer of the LA-based queercore band The Dirtycakes. You may also know her as the drummer of the Lunachicks during the early ‘90s, or from here frequent guest appearances on the Howard Stern show. We speak about what the punk scene was like in New York at that time, and how she nearly ended up as the drummer of L7. Now with 20 years of sobriety under her belt, Becky and I reflect on her life and career.Follow Becky and The Dirtycakes:@beckywreck@dirtycakesbandA special thank you to our sponsor this week, PinkCherry. Go to PinkCherry.com and use the offer code PUNK40 at checkout to get 40% off your purchase.And thanks as always to our patrons, we couldn’t do it without you. If you like the show and want to contribute, check us out on Patreon.Instagram: @shesapunkpodcastWebsite: shesapunk.comEmail: shesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
Shawna Potter is the lead singer of the co-ed feminist hardcore band War on Women. She’s also the author of a new book called Making Spaces Safer.Making Spaces Safer is a practical guide for music venues, community spaces and any other place where people gather, to ensure that marginalized people are free from harassment and discrimination. In this episode, we speak about Shawna’s musical roots, finding feminism and making activism a lifelong pursuit.Follow Shawna:@shawnapotterwow@waronwomenBuy Making Spaces SaferThis show is listener supported, if you’d like to help us keep making the show, feel free to contribute on Patreon. Keep up with the podcast:@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.comshesapunkpodcast@gmail.com
This week we speak with Reece Herrera, the founder of Femme Rock.Femme Rock is an Austin-based community, providing a safe space for women (cisgender, transgender, and nonbinary) to gain confidence and empowerment through music. It’s a community that encourages love and empathy, helping women explore their creativity and natural talents. They offer inclusive music lessons and band classes for ladies of all experience levels.Reece wants you to start a band, and she’s the woman to help you do it. She’s an endless resource of positivity and encouragement.Instagram: @femmerockWebsite: femmerockatx.comShe’s a Punk is an entirely listener supported podcast, if you like what you hear and want to help us keep making more, contribute on Patreon.@shesapunkpodcastshesapunk.com
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