It's the start of STEM month and Dr. Leah Leach's 1 Cool STEM thing is about climate change activist, Greta Thunberg. Get to know more about this fierce 16-year-old and why we connect with her. We also talk about more young climate change activists. But we can't always be serious so we Leah brought some … Continue reading Greta Thunberg
Leah closes out movie month talking about her unexpected role model and weird connection to Carrie Fisher. Hilarious stories about Star Wars, Paul Simon, Debbie Reynolds, and acid-tripping with Cary Grant. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn why you can’t wear underwear in space. YouTube Version https://youtu.be/4G4RosepJrI Show Notes & Extras Gal Pals this month … Continue reading Carrie Fisher
Denise talks about Dame Helen Mirren as leads a fantastic conversation on ageism in Hollywood. Why is it that male actors over 40 get 80% of the leading roles? Why is it that actresses have their resume tossed aside if it reads over 40? We're answering the world's problems but we're also not sure if … Continue reading Helen Mirren (& Ageism in Hollywood)
News and updates from the Gal’s Guide Library and Research Center for September 18, 2019. Brought to you by popcorn. YouTube Version https://youtu.be/ijr571H0o7I Show Notes & Extras: The fourth edition of the Gal’s Guide NEWS Brought to you by popcorn Great article by Tori Avery Popcorn: A Pop History Library NEWS We hit our 1,000 … Continue reading Gal’s Guide NEWS for September 18, 2019 (Brought to you by Popcorn)
Katie rebels and brings research, statistics, and insight to start a lively discussion on how helpful or harmful romantic comedies are for real relationships. The gal-pals also travel back in time and ask the existential question, "Is a hot dog a sandwich?" YouTube Version https://youtu.be/QHjznd7sAKo Show Notes & Extras: Gal Pals this month are Dr. … Continue reading Are Romantic Comedies Bad For Women?
We're Back! Birthday girl, Bonnie starts off movie month with Kathleen Shannon a Canadian film director and producer who founded Studio D. Government funded this film studio was dedicated to women filmmakers, a first in the world. Fellow gal-pals, Leah Leach, Katie Harris, and Denise Jaeckel also start voting for syphilis again. Anything can happen … Continue reading Kathleen Shannon