What is the feral femme and why we need to pay attention to cultural changes with Dr. Maytha Alhassen
On today’s episode, I’ll be speaking with Maytha Alhassen, PhD, - a Co-Executive Producer for Golden Globe and Peabody-winning Hulu series Ramy and serves as an Executive Producer for the upcoming docuseries American Muslims: A History Revealed. She is a Harvard Religion and Public Life Fellow in Media and Entertainment, a USC Civic Media Fellow, and an Open Society Fellow focused on cultivating a TV show model that incubates more just stories.
Alhassen primarily sees her labor as that of a freedom doula and an engaged wit/h/ness reviving the traditions of the feral femme. She is a historian, TV writer + producer, journalist, arts-based social justice organizer, and mending practitioner.
As a scholar, Alhassen holds a Ph.D. in American studies and Ethnicity from University of Southern California, MA in Socio-cultural Anthropology from Columbia University.
Maytha is a dear friend and we dive deep into the world of the feminine - and what it means to be a feral femme.
We talk about the following and so much more:
✅ Her overall perspective on being able to create our own reality
✅ What is the feral femme, and why understanding the divine feminine is important
✅ Why the feminine been suppressed for so long
✅ Why she thinks men should help lower a womens’ cortisol levels
✅ How we can connect with our feminine when so much of the western working world rewards masculine traits
✅ How we can balance both our masculine and feminine sides
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