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Carly Findlay: It’s Liberating Not To Care So Much

Abbie invites writer, activist, and advocate Carly Findlay on the pod to talk disability, ableism, tokenism, fashion, AND roller blading.

Topics such as suicide, disability discrimination, and ableism are mentioned in this episode. If this raises any issues, please visit Lifeline's website via this link https://www.lifeline.org.au/ or call 13 11 14.

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Darl I'm The Opposite Of A Pick-Me

Why do some people think Abbie is a 'mean girl'? Is gossiping OK when it's done in private? And, an earth-shattering Nightmare Fuel featuring a limp dick, 7 sweat beads, and a mid-sex porn break.

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Feminists Can Get Nose Jobs Babe

Why is Abbie freaking out about life post-lockdown? Why is Abbie NOT your go-to person when it comes to confidence? And, are you still considered to be a feminist if you want to go for a nose job?

Rancid Eddie's Lyrics Are The Least Of Their Problems

Can you seperate the song from the artist? Is Rancid Eddie's most recent song an accurate depiction of Aussie night life? Suffice to say, Abbie is FUMING and a Rancid Eddie is due for a much-deserved rant.

This episode contains strong language and allegations of gendered abuse, racism, homophobia, and derogatory language about women. If this raises any issues, please visit Lifeline's website via this link https://www.lifeline.org.au/ or call 13 11 14.

Sorry Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated with Tarang Chawla

Writer, anti-violence campaigner, gender equality advocate, and sorry expert Tarang Chawla joins Abbie as he unpacks his 'No Nonsense Guide to Saying Sorry'. Also, why does he think that Nadia Bartel's apology was way more effective than that of Georgia Love's? Side note, can more men be like Tarang plz?

Topics such as racism and violence against women are mentioned in this episode. If this raises any issues, please visit Lifeline's website via this link https://www.lifeline.org.au/ or call 13 11 14.