Talking Misogyny in the Paraweird Community w/ Stephanie Quick & Recluse
Jan 18th, 2021 by The Farm Podcast
Stephanie Quick, misogyny, Ufology, New Age, paraweird, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Robert Anton Wilson, Carlos Castaneda, sexual harassment, stalking, David Emory, sex magick, Allen Greenfield, Jacques Vallee, Diana Walsh-Pasulka, Society for Creative Anachronism, Playboy, Hustler, Larry Flynt, Hugh Hefner, Chester the Molester, cons
Resources Mentioned on the Show; Resources for Learning about Misogyny in the Paraweird:
Occultism With a Side of Salt podcast episode “Why Women Leave The Occult” - very worthwhile, frank discussion on this topic with lots of overlap on issues in the paraweird community.
Some Woman Produced and Woman Positive ParaWeird Content:
Caludroncast - paranormal meets true crime with hosts of color
Two Witches Podcast - psychic questing in the Pacific Northwest
Six Degrees of John Keel - one stop shop for paraweirdness viewed thru a rigorous yet Keelian lens
The Q Files - all things paraweird from a queer perspective. They cover unusual topics, too.
Crimelines - woman produced true crime. The white host has been featuring cases of missing and murdered Indigenous woman and girls monthly, including research on issues of history, cultural sensitivity, and economic/legal issues.
Shattered Reality podcast - host Fahrusha interviews a number of women with an emphasis on academic research.
Anomaly Archives - their recent fundraising streamathon had a number of women presenters, check for past/future monthly live streams on various topics including neglected women researchers such as Eugenia Macer-Story
The Church of Mabus Radio Show - Jeffrey Prichett has consistently featured women as guests on this long running festival of weirdness! Check the voluminous archives for inspiration. Long-time cohost Professor WHAM is a woman, experiencer, academic, and esotericist - and author of “Mysterious Beauty: Living with the Paranormal in the Hudson Valley”.
Parallax Views with J.G. Michaels consistently interviews women as guests on all topics - from retired scream queens, to academics, journalists, activists, and more! No token women here.