Join Funky Feminist founder and CEO Landon Funk as she talks with a variety of people from all over the world in order to empower listeners to fight for what they believe in, push the limits, and be unapologetically themselves.
In this episode, Landon talks about the benefits of hemp with fellow Funky Feminist and cbd expert Danielle Crary. Listen as the two dive deep into the benefits of cbd, how to cbd can help you, and how to lean more about cbd for your mental and physical health.
During this discussion, Danielle and Landon mention:
To contact Danielle, feel free to send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Landon and her friend and fellow yogi Dawn Staudt as they dive into the world of coaching, life coaching to be exact. Dawn is a licensed coach with clients all over the United States, and she dedicates her days to seeing her clients succeed. They discuss everything from comparison to calming down to taking that leap of faith. This is one episode you do not want to miss.
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During the episode, they reference:
NuPower Yoga + Barre
International Coaching Federation
International Coaching Federation Tennessee
To contact Dawn, visit www.dawnstaudt.com.
Listen as Landon and guest star Kate Berlin, founder of Purple Dot Yoga Project, discuss trauma, trauma informed practices, yoga, and reiki healing. Throughout the conversation, these ladies dive deep into their insecurities to create a safe, vulnerable place for all listeners.
During this conversation, Landon and Kate talked about:
The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
If you want to continue this conversation with Kate, you can find her at:
Purple Dot Yoga Project
Landon is joined by close friend and fellow sexual violence crusader Emily Kessinger from the Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence. They share stories about their sexual assaults and rapes as well as what they are actively doing to keep everyone safe.
During the conversation, they mention:
Drunk Girl By Chris Janson
You Take A Drunk Girl Home opinion piece
If you want to continue the conversation with Emily, you can find her:
Landon is joined by her friend Taylor Veino as the conversation around consent continues. They discuss messy college hookups, what they wish they knew, and what it takes to be comfortable in a healthy relationship.
Throughout the episode, they reference:
Tea and Consent
If you would like to continue the conversation with Taylor, please reach out to her on Instagram at @taylor_veino.
Listen as Landon interviews President of the Sexual Assault Center in Nashville, Tennessee, Rachel Freeman. Rachel has worked at the SAC with sexual violence for over twenty years and is dedicated to changing the way the world thinks about consent, the rights of marginalized communities, and those who have been sexually assaulted.
During this episode, Rachel and Landon referenced:
Tea and Consent
2 Minutes Will Change the Way You Think About Consent
To learn more about Rachel and The Sexual Assault Center visit:
Landon is joined by her good friend and fellow dog lover Abby Lee Hood to discuss consent and what it means to be conscious of consent in modern society. They talk about everything from how to not to act at work to what constitutes basic human decency.
During the episode, they discuss:
Consent and Tea
To learn more about Abby Lee, check her out at:
Landon is joined this week by Brooklyn-based sex educator Domina Franco. They cover everything from microaggressions to the whore-archy, to the importance of honoring differences. There is nothing that these two don't cover.
Dr. Eli Green
Demonic Males: Apes and the Origin of Human Violence
So You Have A Question About Racism: What To Do Instead of Turning to the Nearest Person of Color
If you want to know more about Domina or follow her on social media, check out:
Landon is joined by her friend Summer, a law student who is paying her bills by stripping. Summer opens up about her activism, how stripping has shaped her feminism, and what she does to keep her mental health in tip top shape.
Fellow feminist blogger Katiee McKinstry joins Landon on this week's episode. The two continue chatting about sex work - detailing Katiee's experience as a rape and sexual assault advocate.
In the episode, Katiee and Landon discuss Law and Order: SVU, Channon Rose, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, That 70's Show, and Friends.
You can find Katiee at:
Instagram + Twitter: @rosecafletic
America's number one legal sex worker, Alice Little, join Landon this week to talk about her job, sex education, sex trafficking, and more. Based out of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch in Nevada, Little loves her job and aims to destigmatize sex work through her work, blog, and social media.
In the episode, they discuss Academic Earth, Magic The Gathering Cards, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones.
You can find Alice on:
At Funky Feminist, we LOVE Dame Products. So obviously, we asked Dame co-founder and CEO Alexandra Fine to come on the podcast to talk about sex and sex education. She and Landon dive deep into slut shaming, religion, and pleasure.
On the podcast, they mention:
The Night Porter by Liliana Cavani
If you want to learn more about Dame Products, visit:
Social Media: @dameproducts
Remember to use discount code: FUNKY15 for 15% off your order
If you want to keep up with Alexandra, check her out on Instagram @afinehuman.
Paige Stewart, one of Funky Feminist's most popular writers, joins Landon to continue the conversation about sex education. Hailing from South Africa, Queen Stewart offers fresh insight and vulnerability about sexuality and how hers has unraveled over the past few years. The two discuss everything from discrimination to animal rights.
The two discuss:
Hot Girls Wanted: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4382552/
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On DocuSeries: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6333104/?ref_=tt_rec_tt
To contact Pagie, send her a DM on Instagram @plantiful_paige. Links to her work for Funky Feminist:
Sarah G from Dating Kinda Sucks Podcast joins Landon to continue the sex education conversation. They cover everything from birth control to threesomes to whether or not Nutella is sexy. Listen as these twenty-somethings honestly talk about their sex life and what they wish they learned.
To continue the conversation with Sarah, please check out:
Instagram: @simplysarahg_ or @datingkindasuckspodcast
In this episode, Landon talks with Sylvia Pines, the only sex educator in Nashville with her own sex shop. They discuss sex education throughout history, their personal likes and dislikes, and about sex toys.
If you want to reach Sylvia, visit www.earthlydelightsnashville.com or you can find her @earthlydelightsnashville.
We mention an artist, Sarah Farmer, in the podcast. If you want to check out her work, visit her socials @sarcatmax.
Writer and sex educator Autumn Morris joins Landon on this episode dedicated to sex education. Listen as Landon and Autumn discuss how they think sex should be taught and share personal stories about what/how/when they learned about sex.
They reference Ian Kerner's book She Comes First. You can purchase the book and learn more here:
If you want to reach out to Autumn, check her out on Instagram at @lifexmo and @speakingofsex. And if you want to read some of her work, click the links below: