Mapping The Clitoris, Episode 1159

Science Journalist Rachel Gross, whose latest piece for Scientific American is, “The Clitoris, Uncovered: An Intimate History;” Animal Behaviorist, Dr. Jennifer Verdolin author of “Raised by Animals;” The Return of Citizen Bacon;  Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Union Organizer,  Meagan Sullivan gives us the latest on No Evil Foods; Marjon Parham from the Michigan Liberation Action Fund on a 15-year-old black Michigan girl locked up for not doing her homework; Professor of Constitutional Democracy Jennifer Selin on Trump’s sending federal troops into Portland, Chicago and Kansas City; Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth & Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson,” remembers Michael; Emil Guillermo from The PETA Podcast talks about new investigations into slaughterhouse abuse; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist and professor of psychoanalysis, with his son Actor/Comedian/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State;  Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; DSA Activist and Musician Ryan Harvey; American Hero Burt Ross, who took on the Gambino family and went on to create New Jersey’s right on red; Ask HenryCovid Players’ new song; David Takes Your Calls

MusicHard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; There’s Power In The Union performed by Tom Webber, Lance Jeffries and Kathlene Ashe; One Night Stand written by Kathlene Ashe and performed by The Covid Players

Time Code: Union Organizer Meagan Sullivan (8:02) Marjon Parham (20:54) Professor Jennifer Selin (51:20) Science Journalist Rachel Gross (1:20:54) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (1:49:36) Activist Ryan Harvey (2:28:01)The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (3:17:37) Professor Ben Burgis (3:54:31) Emil Guillermo (4:33:07) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:49:08) Citizen Bacon (5:23:10) Jim Earl (5:56: :35) Emilio Fox (6:23:49) Burt Ross (6:59:58) Ask Henry (7:29:42)