June is Pride Month, and we've got a new episode inspired by co-host Ray Briggs' new book, What Even Is Gender? which will air later this month. In the meantime, we've put together some episodes from the archive in which the philosophers and their guests think deep about gender, sexuality, and other related issues.
The first episode goes all the way back to our second season, where John and Ken question the relationship between gender, biology, and society on the air with Anne Fausto-Sterling from Brown University, author of Myths of Gender: Biological Theories about Women and Men. In the second episode, John and Ken welcome Susan Stryker, Director of the Institute for LGBT Studies at University of Arizona, to discuss the umbrella term "queerness" and how this former slur has been reclaimed by people of varying sexualities and genders. In "Gay Pride and Prejudice," John and Ken examine the assumptions that underlie different beliefs and prejudices about gayness with Gilbert Herdt, Professor of Sexuality Studies at SF State University. The next episode is a recent one where Joh and Ray question the idea of masculinity with Robin Dembroff from Yale University, author of Real Men on Top: How Patriarchy Weaponizes Gender. And finally, Ken and Debra explore the trials of the second sex with Kate Manne from Cornell University, author of Down, Girl: The Logic of Misogyny. We hope you enjoy listening!
|Episode Title||Date||Related Content|
|Tue, Jan 04, 2005||Gender|
|Sun, Mar 05, 2017||Queerness Queerness|
|Sun, Jun 05, 2011||Gay Pride and Prejudice Gay Pride & Prejudice|
|Sun, Mar 21, 2021||What Is Masculinity? What Makes A Man?|
|Sun, Feb 25, 2018||Misogyny and Gender Inequality Misogyny and Gender Inequality Sexism Versus Misogyny|