SIGN-UP NOW! SIGN-UP NOW! Click to become a The VoiceAmerica™ Talk Member for Free!
voiceamerica-variety radio logo
Apple logo Google Play Store Kindle store
Inner Revolutionary Radio

Inner Revolutionary Radio

Archives Available

October 08th 2013:How Are We Still Stuck in Gender Roles in Our Heads, if Not in Our Lives?

In our world people have either chosen or been forced to abandoned long-held roles along gender lines. If the woman earns more money, she has to work. If the man’s schedule allows him more time, he needs to take on more child-rearing. In addition, many of us are sick of traditional concepts of male and female. Do “sexy” uncomfortable clothes make us women? Does grunting monosyllabic answers about our feelings make us male? Even if we let these obvious stereotypes go, how many other preconceived notions are we carrying? The sweet understanding woman? The brave man at the battlefield? While trad

Read more
Share Email SHARE

Tune in

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

Featured Guests

Guest Image

Lynn Hillix

Lynn Hillix is a nurse manager for one of the largest health care companies in the US. This is the first career for Lynn, and it took a long time to get there. She previously worked as an office manager, waitress, bartender, restaurant manager, and mother. Lynn's passion is Oncology and she has worked in Oncology since she first became a nurse at the age of 50. She often says, "People with cancer are the most appreciative people you will ever meet." During her time in nursing she worked as a chemotherapy nurse, charge nurse, case manager, and bone marrow transplant coordinator. She is no longer at the bedside, but knows that through her efforts as a manager she is making a difference in
Read more
Guest Image

Todd Benton

Todd Benton is a website and graphic designer who also advises on social media and relationship marketing. His tagline is “creating authentic connections online and offline” and in keeping with that, he’s also trying to change what it means to be a man in today’s hyper-competitive, male-dominated culture. He does this though his work with the Inner Revolutionary Men’s group – a program of the InnerRevolution.Org – and as a father to two young boys. Todd wasn’t always like this, however. He spent most of his first 50 years organized around self-serving platitudes and focused on being important and impressive, which led him to ignore almost everything that didn’t seem to fit that picture. To
Read more

Share This Episode

facebook Share On Facebook
twitter Share On Twitter
Linkedin Share On LinkedIn
Share Email Share this E-mail
Email Host Email the Host

Connect with VoiceAmerica

Download our mobile apps
App store Google play Blackberry store
GPlus Facebook Twitter Linkedin Social Media