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The Ballad of the Bearded Ladies

How “men with microphones” have become menaces to society

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According to Wrapped on Spotify, I exist amongst a niche group of listeners who consume over a thousand hours of podcasts a year. And, while I listen to many genres of podcasts from creators all around the world, very few of the podcasts I listen to are created by men. Which is why it surprised me that whenever…




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Faithe J Day

Faithe J Day

Writer, Creator, and Educator. Millennial and Internet Expert.

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