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Cathy Guisewite

Struggling with the “four basic guilt groups” the Cathy comic strip ran for 34 years and was a semi-autobiographical journey. Katie tells us about the amazing Cathy Guisewite from an advertising firm Vice President to award-winning cartoonist.  Show Notes BLOOPER – Katie forgets who Bonnie is. “We don’t judge, we just love” – Leah The […]

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Alison Bechdel

Leah talks about the cartoonist who took her lesbian life and turned it into a New York Times Bestseller, a Tony award-winning musical, and a famous movie test. There is much more to Alison Bechdel than the Bechdel test.  Show Notes & Extras We’re recording in the library!!!! The gal-pals this month are Dr. Leah […]

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Queen Elizabeth and Her Corgis

Jerk pandas, talking spiders, and royal corgis. The conclusion of animal month is fit for a queen. YouTube Version This week’s episode on YouTube has live Zoom video! SHOW NOTES & EXTRAS We’re recording on Zoom so that means video!!!! The gal-pals this month are Dr. Leah Leah, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Katie Harris and Rebecca Berfanger […]

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Boldly Go! Interview with Lisa Meece, CEO of Starbase Indy

So many of us are more than one thing. In our second only interview, Gal’s Guide sat down with the CEO of Starbase Indy, Lisa Meece to get to know the 360 degrees of Lisa. This amazing gal found her people at Star Trek convention and not only became the CEO but runs a variety of […]

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Your Gal Friday Episodes Featuring Amazing Women of Black History

Geniuses, trailblazers, inventors, and freedom fighters. These gals stories are intertwined throughout the rich history of the world and we are celebrating and shining a spotlight on women of Black History. Your Gal Friday is our student-friendly podcast showcases a gal in our galaxy that we can all learn from. Winner of 2017 Indy Pop Con Best […]

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Gal’s Guide Podcast – Savvy Painter

New Format! Gal pals, Dr. Leah Leach, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Rebecca Berfanger and Kim Thatcher gather to bring you 1 cool thing about women in painting. First up is newbie Kim talking about the Savvy Painting Podcast hosted by Antrese Wood. The gals also go off on a HW-onderful Bob Ross tangent. FULL EPISODE YOUTUBE VERSION […]

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Epilogue Sports Gals – Your Gal Friday

Phoebe wraps up not only sports gals but also Season 2 of Your Gal Friday.  We got links to all the episodes of Season 2 below. Let us know what you thought of Season 2 in the comments! Full Episode YouTube Version Episodes in Season 2 Ep #44 Conchita Cintrón – Bullfighter Ep #43 Babe […]

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Gal’s Guide Podcast – Sports Month

Running with one boob out, coming up with a roller derby name, and finally learning what Title IX is…it must be episode #2 of the Gal’s Guide to the Galaxy Podcast. #Galchampions Your Host: Lisa Leo Gal Pals: Dr. Leah Leach, Bonnie Fillenwarth YouTube Version Show Notes & Extra’s This episode’s opening quote is from Billie […]

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Sports Gals – Your Gal Friday

Put us in coach ‘cause we’re ready to play, today we’re doing our warm up exercises before sliding into home plate with 3 new amazing episodes covering the life and legacy of – you guessed it – sports gals. Full Episode on YouTube Show Notes & Extra’s: What sports gals Phoebe & Leah love. Who […]

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Early History of Olympic Women

Did you know men competed nude in the Ancient Olympics?  Did you know there was The Games of Hera, the female version of the Olympics, at the same time, in the same stadiums in Olympia?  Did you know women were not allowed to compete in the first Modern Olympic games of 1896 but were allowed […]