Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra return after a two month hiatus to discuss the use of feminine pronouns for God in a tribute episode to Rachel Held Evans. Frankie and Coco Pdx is their ethical product this week!
Joshua Veldstra joins Jessica and Denise for part two of their conversation where we discuss patriotism, socialization of men, and expressing feelings. We also give a shout out to Bella and Canvas, a US based company who creates premium fashion tees that are perfect for printing. He also gives a shout out to Skiff Chicks a local Homer company that completed the printing for his Joshua Veldstra Photography logo tees.
Joshua Veldstra joins Jessica and Denise to talk about the Gillette commercial, Kaeprnick's kneeling, the patriarchy, and toxic masculinity in the first of this two part episode. We also extol the virtues of Fresh Cards.
Jessica Veldstra and Denise Thompson continue their conversation with Paula about ethics in Judaism and stories from when Paula was growing up in Conservative Judaism in Brooklyn, NY. They also discuss the ethics of yard sales and purchasing second hand clothing and household goods.
In this two part episode, Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra talk with Paula, who was raised in Conservative Judaism in Brooklyn and came to live in 1970's Alaska. We talk about ethics in Judaism as well as Paula's adventures in living in rural Alaska. We also give a shout out to Kester Black, an ethical nail polish company.
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra talk about the controversies that have plagued the holiday season for the last several years and whether or not they are really a big deal. They also give shout outs to several of their favorite small businesses and sole proprietors.
Jessica Veldstra and Denise Thompson talk about Celine Dion"s new gender neutral baby clothes line and how it is being criticized as "satanist". They continue to give shout outs to their favorite local small businesses,
Jessica Veldstra and Denise Thomson discuss the distribution of condoms in public school. There is a bit of sound issues in this episode, but we found the problem and next week we should sound much clearer. We also talk about a candle we recently purchased from Big Dipper Wax Works
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra take a look back at the last 15 episodes and discuss listener feedback and updates to the topics that they covered. This week's ethical company is Cantiq LA, a lingerie store that makes it's gorgeous products for every shape, size, and gender
Midd Toker joins Jessica Veldstra and Denise Thompson in the second part of this two part series to discuss ethical cannabis consumption. Midd Toker gives a shout out to Good Cannabis, a distributor up in Fairbanks, AK.
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra talk about redemption narratives, and how they can cause injustice for victims of crimes. They especially focus on teh recent case of Justin Schneider's strangling a woman, ejaculating on her and getting "a pass". They also shout out Finn and Emma, an ethical baby supply store.
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra interview their friend Angie about her beliefs as an atheist, where she finds meaning and morals, and we ask her to give sweeping statements on how Christians act. She also provides our ethical company, Imperfect Produce.
Jessica Veldstra and Denise Thompson address lots of little ethical quandaries in this episode. They discuss speeding, lying to children about Santa Clause, and taking credit for work you didn't do. Their ethical company this week is National Picnic, a clothing designer that makes in small batches in the USA.
Denise Thompson and Jessica Veldstra discuss whether or not we should be getting joy out of a thief's nose being bitten off for attempting to steal a bike or whether one should fight for property at all. We also discuss Chagrin Valley shampoo bars to prevent plastic waste and shampoo mess in your suitcase.