anya kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world

I started this podcast because I was tired of being stereotyped as lazy, triggered and entitled. I wanted to give voice to a different kind of millennial and invite us  to write a new story – one of a generation willing to   challenge the status quo, embrace nuance and paradox, and reject PC-culture. This podcast isn’t about finding answers, it’s about asking the right questions. How can we reinvent ourselves and the narratives we’ve been expected to inherit? How can we take ownership over the ways we participate in our own suffering? How can we move beyond victimization and into empowerment? How can we fix ourselves to fix the world? It’s time for new dreams, new stories and new futures… 

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#64 An Abolitionist’s Guide to Trauma, Non-Monogamy, BDSM & Shame with Clementine Morrigan

Clementine Morrigan is the author of several books and zines, and the creator and facilitator of the popular workshop Trauma Informed Polyamory. Clementine and I discuss many of my favorite topics including non-monogamy, abolitionism, shame, how we often miscategorize shitty relationships as abusive
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Kylie McBeath Anya Kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world

#63 Femininity, Community and the Path to a Somatically Regulated Revolution with Kylie McBeath

Kylie a Certified Health Coach, Emotional Expert, Co-Founder of Zura Health, Podcast Host, Speaker and Writer. This is Kylie’s second time on the show and we dive in real deep, real fast. We talk about our thoughts on the nature of feminine power,
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#62 Sexual Perversion and other Socially Constructed Taboos with Jesse Bering

Jesse is is a research psychologist and Director of the Centre for Science Communication at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. He is the author of several books, all of which examine controversial & taboo topics. We talk about the nature of
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#61 Living as a Hunter-Gatherer in the Modern World with Callie Russell

Callie is a scavenger-gatherer, hunter, wilderness therapy guide, ancestral skills teacher and goat herder who lives nomadically following the seasons and wild food. Chris Ryan co-hosts this episode with me and we discuss everything from Callie’s recent appearance on the TV show Alone,
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#60 White Shamanism, Spiritual Bypassing & Accountability with Leah Iracleous

Leah has a BA in social justice and is working on her doctorate in clinical depth psychology where she plans to write her dissertation on white shamanism. Leah and I speak about what it means to import the sacred, spiritual practices of other
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#59 The Art of Questioning Everything with Justin De Ruyter

Justin and I look at the world in very similar ways. Maybe it’s because we were both raised by a gay dad, or because we both had to navigate challenging early childhood dynamics, or because we both have Dutch heritage. Either way, for
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