A writer, podcaster, speaker and just generally a sassy bigmouth on social media. She also writes about motherhood, the domestic distribution of labour, relationships and gender inequality - this is Clementine Ford, the necessary feminist. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/clementinefordInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/clementine_ford/?hl=enBooks - https://www.allenandunwin.com/authors/f/clementine-ford
Clementine Ford's Milkshake Brings the Badgers to the Yard | HBR Debate 52
Honey Badger Radio
Join us on HBR Debate as we give a watch to the Aussie government's PSA on consent and milkshakes, and Clementine Ford's response, which of course came from a place of rage at how the Aussie Government framed their PSA. Join us for this fascinating episode!
Fitzroy Writers Festival: Clementine Ford and Alice Robinson
Yarra Libraries Podcast
//CW: sexism, online abuse, bulling, divorce, eating disorders, strong language//“There are so many women walking around who feel completely duped by what it is they were taught to aspire to.” – Clementine FordYarra Libraries and The Ewing Trust are pleased to present Clementine Ford and Alice Robinson, in conversation as part of the Fitzroy Writers Festival. This was a memorable, booked out event where the acclaimed authors discussed their friendship, writing, feminism, sexism, parenting and their goals for the future. “I feel like the power that I hold as a woman in our culture is the power to disarm people because the expectations, they have of me when they meet me is very low. And at some point the truth comes out, and then I have power. And that’s such a depressing power to have.” – Alice RobinsonThis is a live recording, and there is a short stretch at the beginning where the microphone doesn’t sound great. Stay with us, it gets better very quickly.Yarra Libraries RecommendsFight Like a Girl - Clementine Ford Boys will be Boys – Clementine Ford The Glad Shout – Alice RobinsonAnchor Point – Alice RobinsonOur theme is Add And by Broke For Free
This week on the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab, Clementine Ford joins us. Clementine is a feminist and a writer, and she fiercely believes that the way to dismantle patriarchy is for women to find their way back to each other. Our host, Jillian Foster, speaks with Clementine about her current undertaking: enabling widespread cultural conversations by responding to Australia’s Married At First Sight reality television show. This episode digs into that and more as Clementine shares her thoughts on various topics, including masculinity in Australia, trappings of white privilege, and perinatal anxiety. This conversation and Clementine’s work are centered around self-reflection and will undoubtedly have you looking inward.Connect with Clementine:Facebook: /clementineford Instagram: @clementine_fordJoin our movement for radically authentic, intentional, interconnected feminism inside Continuum Collective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Clementine Ford has been writing columns and books about gender issues for more than a decade. Her books Fight Like a Girl and Boys Will Be Boys have become bestselling feminist bibles, and she has built a huge online community of women and girls who take inspiration and comfort from her honest and personal posts. In this conversation, she opens up about body image, sex, death and dating … all the big things. Clementine Ford & Flex Mami: Finding Your Voice at All About Women
This week we kick off the first of our special guest episodes! Every now and then we'll be inviting some of our mates along to tell their story of a chick in history. To kick things off we're joined by the delightful Clementine Ford!Clementine is a journalist, an author, a podcaster and proud feminist. She has published two books Fight Like A Girl and Boys Will Be Boys. Her podcast Big Sister Hotline, features informative women from all facets of life.Her Instagram profile is one of the most informative, hard working feminist resources you will find. She is currently working on her third book all about how we Love.Clementine was wonderful enough to share the very personal story of her grandmother - it's an incredible story, we get emotional, we get into some deep themes, but we're sure you'll enjoy it.Our Chick In the now: Ashlee BennettGot an amazing story about a chick in history of your own? Email your Chickstory to email@example.comFollow us on Instagram: @chickstory_podcastExecutive Producers Yvie Jones and Annette StaglienoEdited by Annette Staglieno and Sam Petersen.Produced by Sam PetersenSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/chickstory. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jamila Rizvi talks to Clementine Ford, a writer, speaker and feminist thinker, ahead of Valentine’s Day. Clementine is currently writing a book called How We Love, which features a series of personal essays on her relationship with love including how the birth of her son has changed her perspective. Jamila and Clementine look at Valentine’s Day, dating in a pandemic, the different kinds of love and whether she’s taken her feminism too far.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A group of men have some feelings, don't know what to do with them, and get everyone around them into a big mess. Sound familiar? We discuss Fargo, what me mean by "straight men", and the great Marge Gunderson with Clementine Ford. You can find Clementine on Instagram here! And here is Big Sister Hotline! Why Are Dads is a show in which hosts Sarah Marshall and Alex Steed attempt to understand what the hell it means to be the grown children of dads and other dad-like figures. And, as they do with all difficult subject matter, they do so by looking through a pop culture lens. You can find us on Twitter, Instagram and Patreon. You can find producer and music director Carolyn Kendrick's music here. She's also on Twitter. Fresh Lesh produces the beats for our episodes. Our Liz Climo "You Are Good" merch can be found here!
This episode is a collaboration with Darebin's FUSE festival. Our guest is feminist writer, broadcaster and public speaker Clementine Ford. For information on this five-part FUSE series and the FUSE festival check out Darebin FUSE Spring 2020. Show notes for this episode on our website www.thefirsttimepodcast.com or get in touch via Twitter or Instagram @thefirsttimepod
Feminist Icon Clementine Ford Talks Toxic Masculinity in Pop Culture
The Nasty Woman Club
Clementine Ford is an author, podcaster and truly a feminist icon. She spoke to The Nasty Woman Club host Demi Lynch about toxic masculinity and how pop culture plays a huge part in endorsing the patriarchy. There were many rants; there were many tangents (but those are always encouraged on TNWC). And of course Demi and Clementine had a bitch-fest about Trump (that too is always encouraged).Make sure you follow Clementine on Instagram @clementine_fordAnd check out her podcast Clementine Ford's Big Sister Hotline.Her latest book, Boys Will Be Boys, is out now in all your favourite bookstores. The Nasty Woman Podcast is hosted and produced by Demi Lynch.To keep up to date with the podcast head to The Nasty Woman Club on Instagram and Facebook.For more stories on intersectional feminism and women empowerment head to thenastywomanclub.comMake sure to also join The Nasty Woman Club Facebook groups 'The Catch Up' and 'Unfiltered.' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.