Extra – International Women’s Day. In space.

Greetings, Comrades!

This episode is dedicated to all the women podcasters out there! I wish all the best for you and for your shows!
In this, special episode, I and Our Dark Lady (being from our Dark Myths podcast collective) Matilda Clare Testoni from the Singing Bones podcast, discuss the International Women’s Day, Valentina Tereshkhova and how Eastern European women differ culturally and where all of this comes from. And how much of this is actually real and how Soviet government used it for their own political gains. I treated this subject with a lot of respect, because…well, you’ll hear on your own. I hope you’ll find this episode interesting.

Today’s picture is:

Soviet publicity photo of first female Cosmonaut - Valentina Tereshkhova.
Soviet publicity photo of first female Cosmonaut – Valentina Tereshkhova.

And, of course, give http://singingbonespodcast.com/ a try!

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2 Comments on Extra – International Women’s Day. In space.

  1. Hi
    I love the podcasts. Sometimes you literally make me cry and laugh at the same time.
    I particularly liked this podcast. Could we have more on space travel and would it be possible do something on Soviet nuclear tests and sites? I understand that there are still places that one cannot visit in safety such as the high arctic.
    Brilliant podcasts I have Learnt so much. Thank you.
    Sincerely
    Nick

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