Episode 14: “A Song About A Sad Little Girl Whose Hamster Died”

March 15, 2018

Okay this episode contains not one, not two, but three very bad Dad Jokes so you're just going to have to deal with it. This is what happens when we don't get interviews booked in time.

This time, Nicole has a new tool to tell the difference between country music and Christian music, Marty's excited about teacher's strikes and the history of International Women's Day, and we talk about a test developed by marketing truth-teller Katie Martell to determine if brand feminism is bullshit. That, plus we respond to listener e-mail and talk about non-toxic masculinity. 

Katie Martell's Femvertising Scorecard

The Country Song Tool

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Topics:

00:58 - A TREE FELL ON MARTY'S HOUSE

2:40 - A scientific tool to tell if you're accidentally listening to christian music.

16:03 - Listener e-mails/Non-toxic Masculinity

28:24 - A very folksy Facebook post that doesn't make us angry!

35:00 - International Working Women's Day

38:11 - Brands Doing Feminism Badly

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

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Episode 13: “What We Gain In Male Privilege, We Lose In Human Connection” (featuring Tony Lapp)

March 1, 2018

Marty and Nicole tackle some tough subjects this time around, so we start off with something light and fun, like giving up things you love in order to commemorate the death of our lord and savior Jesus Christ. That's right, Nicole's gonna talk about Lent, as well as alpacas and looking at smut on your phone. 

Next, we get furious about poor-shaming, as Nicole rails against the "fuck you, got mine" attitudes of people who police what food stamp recipients should or should not buy.

Finally, we explore the connection between domestic abuse and mass violence with the help of Tony Lapp, co-director of Menergy, an intervention, treatment, training and education program working to stop harmful behavior and intimate partner violence.

Topics:

1:00 - Denver Chat and talking about Lent.

4:30 - Talkin' 'bout alpacas

5:50 -  EBT "Blue Apron" Boxes and the Shaming of the Poor

20:35 - Why are almost all mass shootings done by men?

31:40 - Tony Lapp interview

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

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Episode 12: There’s Room For Wine Moms In The Revolution (featuring Sara Wachter-Boettcher)

February 1, 2018

Nicole and Marty return from their extended hiatus with a brand-new episode, and they go through an update of all the news (good and bad) that's happened since we last recorded! As part of the roundup, we talk about new gender wage laws in Iceland, review the anniversary of the Women's March, recap the opening of the Time;s Up movement, stumble through the many Aziz Ansari takes, and scream at the top of our lungs about the sentencing of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

After the break, we talk to Sara Wachter-Boettcher, author of Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Techabout the myriad ways biases and cultural insensitivites appear in the technology we use every day. From racist Snapchat filters to prejudiced legal software, Wachter-Boettcher explains how our tech isn't as objective as we think it is - and what can be done about it all.

 

February 3rd: NYC DSA Course in Workplace Organizing

February 6th: Philadelphia Ladies Get Paid Town Hall!

Topics:

Reading our "fun" reviews - 1:00

Iceland's push for gender pay equity - 4:40

Different perspectives on the Women's March - 11:59

Time's Up and award shows - 24:42

Well, I guess we need to talk about Aziz - 33:20

Larry Nassar and Judge Judge Rosemarie Aquilina - 43:12

Interview with Sara Wachter-Boettcher - 49:15

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

PROMPTS: Are you a woman leading a political organization or grassroots campaign? Are you a woman with a story about experiencing the wage gap in your workplace?  E-mail or Tweet at us and we might read them on the show!

COPYRIGHT INFO:  Copyright © 2017 Martin Schneider & Nicole Hallberg. Some rights reserved.

All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com.

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Episode 11: “Maybe Avoid Asking About Genitals Altogether”

December 17, 2017

In the last show before the holidays, Nicole and Marty answer an e-mail from a listener wanting to be a feminist man without being a Male Feminist. Then the Not Each Other crew takes on the retirement of Al Franken (because we're constantly at the very edge of the news cycle).

Finally, Marty and Nicole talk to a special guest about coming out as trans in her workplace, and the awkward situations that a new wave of representation has created for her. 

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

PROMPT: What are your favorite holiday traditions? What are your New Year's resolution? E-mail or Tweet at us and we might read them on the show!

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All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com.

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Bonus Material: Nicole Explains THE SHINING

December 1, 2017

Hey folks, no new episode this week - but we're working on a great one! In the meantime, here's some bonus material from about a month ago when Nicole watched The Shining for the first time and wasn't fully aware of what it was about going into it. (Just wait until she see Rosemary's Baby!)

Nicole gets into her feelings on the sinister relationship-abuse subtext, and Marty offers some behind-the-scenes info (while getting the name of the lead actress wrong the entire time.) And in true Not Each Other style, there's some sidetracksinto the life of Frankie Muniz and the pecking order of Jewish holidays. Give it a listen!

 

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

COPYRIGHT INFO:  Copyright © 2017 Martin Schneider & Nicole Hallberg. Some rights reserved.

All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com.

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Episode 10: Economics and Dad-onomics (featuring Catie Hogan)

November 19, 2017

In this episode, Marty vents his frustration at People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive for making him care about People Magazine for a few days. Then we try to help a listener worried about falling into the trap of becoming the "household manager", Nicole tells of her father's interesting perspective on Thanksgiving math, and we debate the labor division of holiday planning. Spoiler alert: Nicole gets depressed.

Next, we talk to financial literacy advocate and personal finance expert Catie Hogan of Hogan Financial Planning about her new book The Millennial's Guide to Getting Your Sh*t Together. Catie will explain how taking control of her finances makes her a better feminist, how financial literacy has become a precious commodity, and share how she got her shit together enough to write a book about it.

All that, plus a trip to ranch dressing town on this Thanksgiving edition of Not Each Other.

 

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther. If you e-mail us, please tell us in the subject or body if we have permission to read your email on the air!

COPYRIGHT INFO:  Copyright © 2017 Martin Schneider & Nicole Hallberg. Some rights reserved.

All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com.

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Episode 9: Maybe Your Point Is Terrible and You Shouldn’t Be Making It! (featuring Rachel Robbins)

November 10, 2017

Back at home, Nicole and Marty recap their favorite conference speaker and their favorite new word. Then, we try to help a listener who is having trouble talking about sexism with... other women?! Also, Marty wonders if he accidentially let his neighbor tell racist jokes.

Then we have a great interview with badass lady Rachel Robbins, who practices "uniforming" - wearing the same work outfit every day. Rachel fills us in on how simplifying her wardrobe simplified her life, and we discuss the judgements and standards men and women recieve around their clothes. As a bonus, we discover that for the most party, people aren't as judgey as we think they are.

 

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther

COPYRIGHT INFO:  Copyright © 2017 Martin Schneider & Nicole Hallberg. Some rights reserved.

All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact noteachotherpodcast@gmail.com

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Episode 8: “Like A Coffeeshop Punch Card, But For Erections”

October 29, 2017

This episode comes to you all the way from the Westin Hotel in Columbus Ohio, as Nicole and Marty attend the 2017 Women in Digital conference as speakers! We'll update you on our favorite parts of Day One of the conference, and Marty describes getting more comfortable with being uncomfortable.

Next, a discussion of the birth control mandate, Hobby Lobby policies, and the relative ease of getting a prescription for ED medication vs getting one for The Pill.

All that and more in this on-the-road episode of Not Each Other.

 

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther

COPYRIGHT INFO:  Copyright © 2017 Martin Schneider & Nicole Hallberg. Some rights reserved.

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Welcome New Listeners!

October 21, 2017

Hello, new listeners from our coverage on The Broad Experience and the Philadelphia Inquirer!

Nicole and I wanted to record something new for all of you, but we've been busy getting ready to speak at the annual Women In Digital  conference this week! We'll record a new episode live from the conference, and be back in your earbuds in November!

Until then, check out our backlog, like, and subscribe. Thank you all so much for your support!

-Marty

Episode 7: Fake Founders and First Offenses

September 30, 2017

It's a new episode of Not Each Other (that's actually two new episodes fused together. It's complicated). In the first batch, Marty and Nicole discuss Penelope Gazin and Kate Dwyer of Witchsy, two female entrepenuers who found that they recieved a lot more respect from their subcontractors and other business associates when their male co-founder Keith handled the business end. One thing though - Keith doesn't actally exist. Next,  Marty introduces Nicole to advertising icon/object of conservative hatred "Pajama Boy" as they discuss possibly the worst ways men can respond to news of  a natural disaster. Finally, some surprising information about Home Improvement star Rim Allen.

CORRECTION: In this episode, Marty says that Witchsy used their fictional co-founder to talk to investors. This is incorrect. Witchsy was/is self-funded.

In the second half of the show, Marty does his Yom Kippur apologizing and explains why Judaism has the best Return on Investment of all major religions. Then Marty and Nicole rage against the world of internet film critics - of which Marty is one - for their embrace of noted harrassers and assaulter like Devin Faraci and Harry Knowles. (Content Warning: The second half of this episode contains discussion of harrasment and assault). Nicole tells a story about the concept of "first offenses" and Marty screams into the void about the constant redemption of terrible people. It's... it's not a fun one, folks.

Questions? Comments? Hate mail? If you have a topic you'd like us to talk about on the show (or would like to talk about yourself), e-mail us at NotEachOtherPodcast@gmail.com or tweet at us: @NotEachOther

Nicole and Marty are talking in Philadelphia! Details here: https://www.meetup.com/Philly-Content-Strategy/events/243459722/

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All of our podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International license. For any other re-use, please contact noteachotherpodcast@gmail.com

HURRICANE/EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY DONATION LINKS: 

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/9/20/16338698/donate-hurricane-earthquake-relief-recovery

http://time.com/money/4957145/puerto-rico-hurricane-maria-help/

EXPLANATION OF THE JONES ACT AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR PUERTO RICO: 

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/jones-act-explained-waiving-means-puerto-rico/

INFORMATION ON CALLING YOUR REPS RE: PUERTO RICO:
https://twitter.com/Celeste_pewter/status/913108861027885056

 

 

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