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Meghan Murphy is a writer and a journalist in Vancouver, B.C. She is the founder and editor of Feminist Current, Canada's most-read feminist blog, and is host and producer of the syndicated Feminist Current podcast. Meghan's writing has been published in New Statesman, The Globe and Mail, The Georgia Straight, Al Jazeera, Ms. Magazine, AlterNet, Herizons Magazine, The Tyee, Megaphone Magazine, Good, rabble.ca, xoJane, and Vice. Meghan is an evening editor at rabble.ca and writes the monthly progressive dating column, Left in Love. She completed her Masters degree in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University.

Samhita Mukhopadhyay at Women's Worlds 2011

Samhita Mukhopadhyay, editor of Feministing. Photo: jmiles/flickr
The executive editor of the blog Feministing on the state of feminism.

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Sofia Vergara: not completely disgusting
| July 10, 2014
| July 10, 2014
Feminist Current

Reframing the 'natural birth' vs. 'medicalized birth' dichotomy with Ness Fraser

July 8, 2014
| Meghan Murphy speaks with doula, reproductive rights activist, and midwifery care advocate, Ness Fraser, about the natural birth movement and the medicalization of birth.
Length: 32:45 minutes (29.99 MB)
| July 8, 2014
| June 27, 2014
| June 25, 2014
Feminist Current

Janine Benedet & Alice Lee on Canada’s proposed prostitution legislation, Bill C-36

June 24, 2014
| Meghan Murphy speaks with Janine Benedet and Alice Lee about Canada's new proposed prostitution legislation, Bill C-36, The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act.
Length: 25:19 minutes (23.18 MB)
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