What’s been comforting you through these dark times? Have you read any good books? Fell in love with a television series? The Loud Women share their picks for binge worthy material.
From 9-11, to Afghanistan, to Texas abortion law; the Loud Women are MAD and letting it all out in this episode. With so much violence and oppression against women, you’ll be confused if we’re talking about the Taliban or the U.S. government….and you’ll be mad too.
Some students are already back to school, others join in after Labor Day. We thought COVID would be behind us right? But instead we’re watching people implode over vaccines and mask mandates. The Loud Women weigh in on the craziness that encompasses the return to school.
From lack of pockets to lack of “Fs”….the Loud women talk about what it means to be a woman in 2021: The unrealistic expectations, the fear of failure, the fragility of our bodies, and the ability to still find time for joy.
Sometimes you gotta vent. The Delta variant of COVID paired with kiddos going back to school is making this a particularly stressful time. The Loud Women shine a light on mental wellbeing and how they are keeping it together the best they can.
From mental health, to protests, to uniforms, the women of the 2020/21 Olympic Games are speaking out and being LOUD! Let’s take a look at the longstanding misogyny of the games, and how athletes are just not having it anymore.
Tammy Payne is now 6 years out from her initial diagnosis of stage IV breast cancer. Through her blog, she is open and honest about her struggles and triumphs. From unexpected physical tolls, to the emotional and financial costs, to friendship and working through treatment.
This week were are joined by two legal legends in the fields of abortion and human rights. Kathryn Kolbert and Julie F. Kay have co-authored a new book, “Controlling Women: What We Must Do Now to Save Reproductive Freedom.” With the Supreme Court set to hear a controversial abortion case, could this be the end …
We just celebrated the 4th of July and the Loud Women are thinking about what it means to be a patriot. It is entirely possible to love your country while questioning history and protesting injustice. So why do so many people feel threatened by the criticism?
Whether you became a parent in your 20s or 40s, or made the choice to be child-free, women have all kinds of opinions on motherhood. From societal pressures to internet shaming, the Loud Women share their experiences grappling with having children.