As you probably know if you listen to this show regularly, we like to mix high and low-brow topics, and this episode is no different. Today, we explore powerful contemporary works by female artists. Then we talk about a few different experiments that explore role reversals of men and women. Finally–although this is a show called “Girls Poop Rainbows”–we explore some hilarious stories about (and tools for) urination…including Clorox’s next big marketing campaign idea (courtesy of GPR).
- Stop Telling Women to Smile
- Women on Walls
- Leena McCall’s “Portrait of Miss Ruby May, Standing“
- Kara Walker’s “A Subtlety”
- How Men React When Sexism Is Turned on Them
- How Men React to Labor Pain
- Sasheer Meets Her Flasher
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01:02 Women Artists
15:34 Flipping gender situations
25:46 Urination stories and tools
43:52 Thank you & song of the week
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