This week the flightless Burrito Brothers get an opportunity to sit down with the amazing and talented, Shawna Potter, vocalist for War on Women and author of, "Making Spaces Safer". The conversation, per the usual, goes into murky, uncharted territory and barely makes it back to the realms of coherence.What does lava, an octopus and bystander intervention have in common? (this isn't a joke but come up with a punch line to that and win a stuffed animal) TUNE IN AND FIND OUT!!!As Zach says in the interview, any time one gets a chance to talk to Shawna you leave that conversation knowing more and being better off for having paid attention. You're welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How To Deal With Sexism And Harassment With Shawna Potter
Sexism and harassment are two poisons deeply rooted in culture and politics that are yet to be purged by society from its system. Many people still suffer from these disgusting philosophies, particularly minorities. Kimra Luna aims to change our take on this matter by sitting down with the author and front person for War on Women, Shawna Potter. She explores the contents of her book, Making Spaces Safer, which focuses on how to deal with such toxic situations by empowering every space we move around in and the people we mingle with. Shawna also shares the Five D's of Bystander Intervention, as well as some tips for young women who want their voices to be heard.
Shawna Potter - safer spaces, responding to harassment and bystander intervention
Shawna Potter, front person of feminist hardcore punk band, War on Women and author of her must have book, "Making Spaces Safer: A Guide to Giving Harassment the Boot Wherever You Work", joins me as we discuss the the five "Ds" of bystander intervention. She talks about the role of everyone in achieving safer spaces for all. The book is practical, non preachy and a must for looking out for each other and ourselves. She also shares what the band has been up to, what to expect on her new podcast " but her lyrics" and what she's been binge watching doing during lockdown. To connect with Shawna visit: @shawnapotterwow @waronwomen https://shawnapotter.com https://www.facebook.com/ShawnaPotterOfficial/ https://www.patreon.com/shawnapotter/ Get the book at all the usual places!
Dan O Says So, Episode 26: Shawna Potter (War On Women)
Dan O Says So
Vocalist, author and podcast host Shawna Potter of War On Women, Making Spaces Safer and But Her Lyrics sits down with host Dan O'Mahony to talk the Presidential Election, the evolution of radical thought and language, and her various projects in this, the era of the plague.
The Rigs of Dad Prodcast ep 18: Shawna Potter (War on Women)
Rigs of Dad Prodcast
Shawna Potter is a true force on stage as the singer for War On Women, and an awesome friend to chat it up over drinks while off stage! She's an accomplished singer, guitarist, writer, speaker, dog-whisperer, amp servicer, and much more! We talk about what it's like to be an accomplished artist that is not endorsed by Shure, her new book about making spaces safer (which she wrote without any help from Shure), going from a guitarist/singer to one of the most animated presences on stage without a guitar (or a Shure endorsement), and why she hates the generalization of "punk" in music. All of this and more brought to you without Shure! If you would like to hear an extended and unedited version of this conversation, with over an hour of extra banter and beyond, check out the Rigs of Dad Patreon page at www.patreon.com/rigsofdad or just download the ap and get it right to your phone! Shawna's book "Making Spaces Safer" is available at https://www.akpress.org/making-spaces-safer-book.html This episode is supported by the fine folks over at www.gillibus.com www.shearrevival.com and NOT Shure (though it could be... and it could've been)
Shawna brings one of the best side-hustles ever heard on 101 Part Time Jobs; dancing for Spinal Tap ACOUSTIC . She tells me what it was like getting notoriety in her high school band, moving to Baltimore to join a new band, and how War On Women navigate themselves. Plus some great stuff on her book Making Spaces Safer.Get your beers delivered! 101 Part Time Jobs is supported by Signature Brew: listeners can get 10% off all their beers by visiting signaturebrew.co.uk and using the code '101PODCAST'Photo Credit: Chris SikichWar On Women 'Capture The Flag' is out now on Bridge 9 RecordsSongs: War On Women 'Capture The Flag', Cock Sparrer 'Working' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Is SHOCK ROCK even relevant in 2020? And is it possible to make money in a metal band anymore?? Featuring Shawna Potter of War On Women
The Pit Presents: LAST WORDS
Marilyn Manson is coming out with a new album soon, which begs the question: Is shock-rock still relevant?? Can anything shock us anymore? Is the dude from TRAPT the Marilyn Manson of today because he pisses people off so bad?? Also, Spencer from Periphery says it's nearly impossible to make money in a metal band these days. Is that true? If not, what does it take to succeed? The LAST WORDS crew, joined by War On Women's Shawna Potter, try and get to the bottom of it.
Join my Patreon: www.sextalkwitherika.com/patreon Howdy, folks! I have the privilege, this week, of talking with Shawna Potter. She is the front-person for War On Women, musician, and author of the book titled “Making Spaces Safer”. We get into sexism, harassment, and what it is like to be a woman in the world today. Find the full show notes here www.sextalkwitherika.com/121
This episode features special guest Shawna Potter, the frontwomen of the feminist hardcore punk band War On Women, activist and author. We discuss using your platform to speak up, playing at venues where your presence isn't wanted and the makings of a new War On Women album. We also discuss her activism and her book Making Spaces Safer: A Guide to Giving Harassment the Boot Wherever You Work, Play, and Gather.
BONUS: UNLOCKED Patreon Episode with Shawna Potter
This is a special Unlocked Patreon Exclusive Episode for you today. Kate and Julia talk to Shawna Potter from the band War on Women and we all get to listen to one of their incredible songs.Follow Shawna on Twitter @shawnapotterwowFollow War on Women on Twitter @waronwomxnJulia and Kate can be found at @OhJuliaTweets and @KateWillettHosts: Kate Willett and Julia ClaireProducer: Genevieve GearityTheme Song: Emily Frembgen and Kate WillettArtwork: Adrienne Lobl