This is a conversation for women who find themselves alienated, frustrated, or confused by a culture that tells us our womanhood is fungible. Whether it’s the corporate world encouraging you to freeze your eggs or the people around you encouraging you to behave like a man in even more sensitive areas of life, this podcast seeks to understand better ways of being women. Listen as host Helen Roy explores the reality and possibilities of modern womanhood in this age of dysphoria, detraction, and distraction.

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Friday Dec 16, 2022

Bianca is a women’s health + fertility coach passionate about helping women reclaim their power and femininity through learning body literacy. Her horrible experience with being on birth control then getting hit hard with Post Birth Control Syndrome sparked her passion for educating women on the truth about birth control. She shares everything she has learned along the way to help women break up with birth control and optimize fertility.
Show Notes:
Break Up With Birth Control-

Thursday Dec 01, 2022

Faith Moore is a freelance writer and editor who runs The Story Club. She quit her job as an elementary school teacher back in 2014 so she could have her son, and never looked back. She's now a stay-at-home mom to two wonderful boys whose writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, The Federalist, and more. Her book, Saving Cinderella, has nearly 50 five-star reviews on Amazon. Read her essay on miscarriage here. 

Thursday Nov 17, 2022

Noelle Mering is a fellow at the Washington D.C. based think tank, the Ethics and Public Policy Center. She is the author of the book, Awake, Not Woke: A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology (TAN Books, Spring 2021) order through TAN,, or Amazon. She is an editor for the website Theology of Home and a coauthor of the books Theology of Home and Theology of Home II — order here or here. Read her recent piece on fatherhood here.

Thursday Nov 03, 2022

This week’s very special guest is the darling of the dissident Twittersphere: Tiger Lily. Thoroughly and repeatedly banned for making fun of all the culture's sacred cows, she is a prolific poster; you might even call her a comedian. This is a fun, spooky, goofy conversation about conspiracy theories, the importance of humor, becoming a mother, and more.
Follow Mel on Instagram @tigerlilyharvest and Twitter @mypillowgorl

Thursday Oct 20, 2022

Megan Basham is a former film and television editor for WORLD and co-host for WORLD Radio. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate, Claremont fellow, Daily Wire commentator, and author of Beside Every Successful Man: A Woman’s Guide to Having It All. Megan resides with her husband, Brian Basham, and their two daughters in Charlotte, N.C.
Her NatCon speech:
Book: Beside Every Successful Man: A Woman's Guide to Having It All

Thursday Oct 06, 2022

Katy Faust is the Founder of Them Before Us, the only organization solely devoted to defending children’s rights in family structure. She did her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Asian Studies at St. Olaf College and then received a Fulbright scholarship to Taiwan. Her fluency in Mandarin assisted her when she worked with the largest Chinese adoption agency in the world. In 2012 Katy began blogging about why marriage is a matter of social justice for kids. Her articles have appeared in USA Today, Public Discourse, LifeSite News, and The Federalist and The Daily Signal. She has filed three amicus briefs supporting children’s rights and advocated for the rights of children with lawmakers in the US and abroad as well as at the United Nations.  She currently appears in a video series called Dear Katy which offers advice on how to live sexual integrity in the midst of morally permissive cultures. She is married and the mother of four children, the youngest of whom is adopted from China. You can learn more about Katy at or connect with her on Facebook or Twitter.

Thursday Sep 22, 2022

In this episode, Helen chats with internet historian Katherine Dee about the rise and fall of the girlboss meme and what the future holds for online feminism. 
Follow KD on Twitter: @default_friend 

Thursday Sep 08, 2022

In this episode, Helen has a conversation with Louise Perry, journalist and author of the recently released “The Case Against the Sexual Revolution.” They cover Perry's background, the reason for her success, and their shared long-term vision of demographic collapse. Helen wrote a review of this book for The Institute of Family Studies, excerpted here:
Not only is Perry’s set of evidence eminently understandable to an audience of young women, her tone is empathetic and humble, neither condescending nor blameful. She admits to her own belief of the lie, and believes that most who do, do so earnestly. This combination of accessibility and charity could be what makes The Case Against the Sexual Revolution effective in convincing young women to be chaste—much more effective than the litany of explicitly socially conservative and antifeminist books that have aimed for the same for many years. Already, it has served as the impetus for one such conversion of heart. Bridget Phetasy cited Perry as the inspiration for her article “I Regret Being a Slut,” which went viral on social media in early August.
Perry's Twitter:
Follow her for regular insights, which are frequently published by The Spectator, The New Statesman, and Unherd.

Thursday Aug 25, 2022

In this episode, Helen has the unique privilege of speaking with fiction writer Maya Sinha about her latest novel, The City Mother, available through Chrism Press:

Thursday Aug 11, 2022

In this episode, Helen sits down with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, an economist, writer, founder of The Ruth Institute, and author of the book The Sexual State, which can be purchased through the following link at TAN books:
For a background on the administrative state, check out this Pestritto review:


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