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Dirty Girl

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Dirty Girl

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Reclaim your shame! Heather Ann Gottlieb delves into the disgusting habits, taboo secrets, and unruly pastimes of women. It’s feminist, sex & body positive, and tells the stories of funny, brave women who like to get dirty.

Latest Episodes

The View Through the Prism Called Hypnotism

EBlack lives matter. On this episode Heather listens to Diona. Diona shares some of her experience understanding the full reaches of white supremacism in mainstream culture. Why, as a young black woman, would she feel afraid of black men? To what extent have beauty standards and self-esteem been distorted by a white dominated media? Why was Damon Lindelof (and the talented writing staff of HBO’s Watchmen) responsible for the first time that so many people ever even heard about the tragic events in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921? Let’s continue doing the work of anti-racism, shall we? Diona is kind enough to remind us, that this has nothing to do with posting on social media just so you can say that you did it. “We can’t go back to normal. Because normal is shit.” If you missed it last week, a helpful resource is antiracismforbeginners.com Thank you Diona for the talk. And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

24 MIN2 d ago
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The View Through the Prism Called Hypnotism

Out of The Office to Dismantle Systemic Racism

EBlack lives matter. Let’s take a bird’s eye view. This episode is a conversation Heather had with Elena Muslar. A few weeks ago, Elena wrote an automatic out of office email reply, stating she would be taking the day off to “rest and recharge from the extra work [she] continue[s] to put in as a Black employee … trying to dismantle issues of systemic racism from within the walls of a predominantly white institution.” At the same time, she blocked off the entire day of Juneteenth in her work calendar, a virtual calendar that co-workers had access to, and wrote that she would be required to use vacation time in order to take Juneteenth off. Why is this the case, she asked, when Juneteenth is the oldest celebration that commemorates the end of slavery in America, and should simply be a national holiday? During this conversation, Heather asks Elena about something that happened when they were co-workers five years ago. Instead, Elena invites Heather to unpack it herself. So. What have you done to help black lives today? A helpful resource to look at is right here: antiracismforbeginners.com Thank you very much to Elena Muslar for taking the time and sharing. Elena is a Creative Career & Mindset Coach and Community Arts Consultant. She’s an educator for creatives looking to level up their personal development to enhance their professional ROI (return on investment), and confidant for entities who want to better connect with the communities they aim to serve. @lelemariecreates www.elenamuslar.com And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Out of The Office to Dismantle Systemic Racism

Losing Your Mom to Alcoholism

EBlack lives matter. Do you ever think about a goldfish’s last memory? At the beginning of this episode, Chelsea London Lloyd (@_chelswhoelse_) asks Heather what her goldfish moment was. The moment when she first became aware of death. Today marks ten years since the death of Heather’s mom. Heather was 17 at the time. A while back, Heather sat down with Chelsea for her podcast Dying of Laughter (@dyingoflaughter_podcast), where Chelsea talks to comedians who have lost a parent or sibling. Heather talks about her mom and her experience, and today we wanted to share that talk with you here as well. But go check out Dying of Laughter for the full-length version. That version includes bloopers. Please look at al-anon.org if you are experiencing something similar. You are not alone. Your pain is valid. Thank you to Chelsea London Lloyd for producing and editing this interview. And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

36 MIN2 w ago
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Losing Your Mom to Alcoholism

Poly Party Part 2

EBlack lives matter. WOW. You folks are in for a very insightful conclusion to our awesome panel of ethically non-monogamous badasses. In part two, Monica, Nicole, and Lauren offer more stories and experiences that involve in-depth self-reflection. And pay attention to how being honest about their feelings, as well as specific, is crucial to both understanding, and dealing with potential challenges. One of the primary topics in this episode includes undoing various types of cultural programming. In this discussion, that programming is in relation to preconceived notions about relationships and commitment. But we sincerely hope that right now, every white person reading this is on their own journey of self-reflection and undoing the programming of systemic racism. Other topics in this episode are family dynamics, hierachical and non-hierarchical non-monogamy, and the j-word. (You Gin Blossoms fans know what we're talking about.) A big thank you again to these three ladies for showing ...

43 MIN3 w ago
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Poly Party Part 2

Poly Party Part 1

EBlack lives matter. Hello you beautiful and dirty people. This week Heather sits down with The Poly Panel: three married people who are in poly relationships, and they're super interesting. There is a lot of good discussion here, so we split it into two parts. That way you can take your time with it, enjoy at your own pace, etc. Part two will arrive next week. Topics this week include coming out to your family and co-workers as poly, resources for research, agreements and boundaries, and there MAY be what we in the biz like to call...a big scoop! We would like to sincerely thank Monica, Nicole, and Lauren for sharing with us. Nicole's podcast is called Coming Out with Lauren & Nicole (different Lauren), and is available on all of ze platforms. We would still love to hear a voice memo or audio recording about the dirtier parts of your quarantine experience! We hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! ...

36 MINJUN 12
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Poly Party Part 1

Depression Session with Boys (and Toys)

EHello all you beautiful dirty people! We need to catch up! Today, Heather sits down with them 3 boy-dudes what help her make the show. They start by talking about how depression gets in the way of productivity, and ask about Heather's experience with therapy (If you're listening Talkspace...we're here for you). Also, it turns out that Heather's boyfriend's mom is a fan of the show! Hooray! We did it! Boy is it good to be back... We would still love to hear a voice memo or audio recording about the dirtier parts of your quarantine experience! We hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa. Thank you for listening! We'll see you in two weeks.

29 MINMAY 29
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Depression Session with Boys (and Toys)

Distance Girl: Stay Apart for the Kids

EA few updates and a few newbies. More on teeth, and their lack of being brushed. Two different tales of fresh post-break-up anxiety during quarantine, and a friend of ours pays it forward. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaha.

22 MINMAY 1
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Distance Girl: Stay Apart for the Kids

Distance Girl: Quarantaine in the Membrane

ESome more listeners talk about their quarantine. Stories of the oppressive comfort of wearing a bra, living with your parents again after gaining independence, and running low on your prescriptions during a pandemic. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa.

14 MINAPR 21
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Distance Girl: Quarantaine in the Membrane

Distance Girl: Smells Like Quarantine Spirit

ESome great voice memos from listeners talking about their Quarantine experience. Right before lockdown is a sh*tty time to get broken up with. That beautiful rendition of "Quarantine Queen" is by the incomparable @bossladylives. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa.

15 MINAPR 6
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Distance Girl: Smells Like Quarantine Spirit

Distance Girl: Wash Those Dirty Hands

EAn update. We were in the middle of bringing you Season 3, when we were told that everyone would be safer if we just stayed at home. But this happens fairly often, our BO is not great. How has your quarantine experience been thus far? Heather talks to her producers on a Zoom call about some of the dirtier aspects she’s noticed. This includes, but is not limited to: losing work, looking for work, crazy zits, shaving her head all the way, and FaceTime with all of the animals. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to Annie Devine for allowing us to share the audio from her video. The music in this episode is called “My Corona”, and it’s f*cking fire, right? Featuring Kayla Bierei singing and Cameron Tagge producing. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by ...

16 MINMAR 30
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Distance Girl: Wash Those Dirty Hands

Latest Episodes

The View Through the Prism Called Hypnotism

EBlack lives matter. On this episode Heather listens to Diona. Diona shares some of her experience understanding the full reaches of white supremacism in mainstream culture. Why, as a young black woman, would she feel afraid of black men? To what extent have beauty standards and self-esteem been distorted by a white dominated media? Why was Damon Lindelof (and the talented writing staff of HBO’s Watchmen) responsible for the first time that so many people ever even heard about the tragic events in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921? Let’s continue doing the work of anti-racism, shall we? Diona is kind enough to remind us, that this has nothing to do with posting on social media just so you can say that you did it. “We can’t go back to normal. Because normal is shit.” If you missed it last week, a helpful resource is antiracismforbeginners.com Thank you Diona for the talk. And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

24 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The View Through the Prism Called Hypnotism

Out of The Office to Dismantle Systemic Racism

EBlack lives matter. Let’s take a bird’s eye view. This episode is a conversation Heather had with Elena Muslar. A few weeks ago, Elena wrote an automatic out of office email reply, stating she would be taking the day off to “rest and recharge from the extra work [she] continue[s] to put in as a Black employee … trying to dismantle issues of systemic racism from within the walls of a predominantly white institution.” At the same time, she blocked off the entire day of Juneteenth in her work calendar, a virtual calendar that co-workers had access to, and wrote that she would be required to use vacation time in order to take Juneteenth off. Why is this the case, she asked, when Juneteenth is the oldest celebration that commemorates the end of slavery in America, and should simply be a national holiday? During this conversation, Heather asks Elena about something that happened when they were co-workers five years ago. Instead, Elena invites Heather to unpack it herself. So. What have you done to help black lives today? A helpful resource to look at is right here: antiracismforbeginners.com Thank you very much to Elena Muslar for taking the time and sharing. Elena is a Creative Career & Mindset Coach and Community Arts Consultant. She’s an educator for creatives looking to level up their personal development to enhance their professional ROI (return on investment), and confidant for entities who want to better connect with the communities they aim to serve. @lelemariecreates www.elenamuslar.com And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Out of The Office to Dismantle Systemic Racism

Losing Your Mom to Alcoholism

EBlack lives matter. Do you ever think about a goldfish’s last memory? At the beginning of this episode, Chelsea London Lloyd (@_chelswhoelse_) asks Heather what her goldfish moment was. The moment when she first became aware of death. Today marks ten years since the death of Heather’s mom. Heather was 17 at the time. A while back, Heather sat down with Chelsea for her podcast Dying of Laughter (@dyingoflaughter_podcast), where Chelsea talks to comedians who have lost a parent or sibling. Heather talks about her mom and her experience, and today we wanted to share that talk with you here as well. But go check out Dying of Laughter for the full-length version. That version includes bloopers. Please look at al-anon.org if you are experiencing something similar. You are not alone. Your pain is valid. Thank you to Chelsea London Lloyd for producing and editing this interview. And thank YOU for listening. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Losing Your Mom to Alcoholism

Poly Party Part 2

EBlack lives matter. WOW. You folks are in for a very insightful conclusion to our awesome panel of ethically non-monogamous badasses. In part two, Monica, Nicole, and Lauren offer more stories and experiences that involve in-depth self-reflection. And pay attention to how being honest about their feelings, as well as specific, is crucial to both understanding, and dealing with potential challenges. One of the primary topics in this episode includes undoing various types of cultural programming. In this discussion, that programming is in relation to preconceived notions about relationships and commitment. But we sincerely hope that right now, every white person reading this is on their own journey of self-reflection and undoing the programming of systemic racism. Other topics in this episode are family dynamics, hierachical and non-hierarchical non-monogamy, and the j-word. (You Gin Blossoms fans know what we're talking about.) A big thank you again to these three ladies for showing ...

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Poly Party Part 2

Poly Party Part 1

EBlack lives matter. Hello you beautiful and dirty people. This week Heather sits down with The Poly Panel: three married people who are in poly relationships, and they're super interesting. There is a lot of good discussion here, so we split it into two parts. That way you can take your time with it, enjoy at your own pace, etc. Part two will arrive next week. Topics this week include coming out to your family and co-workers as poly, resources for research, agreements and boundaries, and there MAY be what we in the biz like to call...a big scoop! We would like to sincerely thank Monica, Nicole, and Lauren for sharing with us. Nicole's podcast is called Coming Out with Lauren & Nicole (different Lauren), and is available on all of ze platforms. We would still love to hear a voice memo or audio recording about the dirtier parts of your quarantine experience! We hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! ...

36 MINJUN 12
Comments
Poly Party Part 1

Depression Session with Boys (and Toys)

EHello all you beautiful dirty people! We need to catch up! Today, Heather sits down with them 3 boy-dudes what help her make the show. They start by talking about how depression gets in the way of productivity, and ask about Heather's experience with therapy (If you're listening Talkspace...we're here for you). Also, it turns out that Heather's boyfriend's mom is a fan of the show! Hooray! We did it! Boy is it good to be back... We would still love to hear a voice memo or audio recording about the dirtier parts of your quarantine experience! We hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa. Thank you for listening! We'll see you in two weeks.

29 MINMAY 29
Comments
Depression Session with Boys (and Toys)

Distance Girl: Stay Apart for the Kids

EA few updates and a few newbies. More on teeth, and their lack of being brushed. Two different tales of fresh post-break-up anxiety during quarantine, and a friend of ours pays it forward. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaha.

22 MINMAY 1
Comments
Distance Girl: Stay Apart for the Kids

Distance Girl: Quarantaine in the Membrane

ESome more listeners talk about their quarantine. Stories of the oppressive comfort of wearing a bra, living with your parents again after gaining independence, and running low on your prescriptions during a pandemic. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa.

14 MINAPR 21
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Distance Girl: Quarantaine in the Membrane

Distance Girl: Smells Like Quarantine Spirit

ESome great voice memos from listeners talking about their Quarantine experience. Right before lockdown is a sh*tty time to get broken up with. That beautiful rendition of "Quarantine Queen" is by the incomparable @bossladylives. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who has sent one in so far! The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is by WhoHaHa.

15 MINAPR 6
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Distance Girl: Smells Like Quarantine Spirit

Distance Girl: Wash Those Dirty Hands

EAn update. We were in the middle of bringing you Season 3, when we were told that everyone would be safer if we just stayed at home. But this happens fairly often, our BO is not great. How has your quarantine experience been thus far? Heather talks to her producers on a Zoom call about some of the dirtier aspects she’s noticed. This includes, but is not limited to: losing work, looking for work, crazy zits, shaving her head all the way, and FaceTime with all of the animals. Please send us a voice memo or audio recording of your own experience! We would love to hear from you, and we hope you are doing alright. Email your stories to dirtygirlpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to Annie Devine for allowing us to share the audio from her video. The music in this episode is called “My Corona”, and it’s f*cking fire, right? Featuring Kayla Bierei singing and Cameron Tagge producing. The show is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The artwork is by ...

16 MINMAR 30
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Distance Girl: Wash Those Dirty Hands
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