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Being a Woman... for Men

Welcome to Being a Woman… For Men. A show where a guy, me, Ethan Banville, talks to women about obstacles they’ve faced in their lives and careers just for being women. Don’t worry, dudes and bros, this show isn’t a bunch of angry people screaming into a microphone. It’s a casual, funny and informative hour where I talk with executives, comedians, teachers, writers, lingerie makers, athletes and more who share life experiences that women don’t normally share with men. That’s right, we’ve got the secrets! The keys to forming stronger peer relationships with the opposite sex! And ladies, we’ve got amazing guests with relatable stories that you’ll love, too! You are not alone!
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Apr 26, 2017

Actor/Writer/Director Bonnie Anderson comes on the podcast to talk about her start in the male-dominated field of lighting design, how she dealt with inappropriate advances during her acting days and what she runs into as a female director in a traditionally male position. We also discuss her upcoming docu-series about breasts and how women are often defined by those around them by their breast size.

Apr 19, 2017

Chief Of Staff to Massachusetts State Auditor Susan M. Bump, Seth Andrea McCoy joins the podcast for a talk about why she got into politics, why she left it for a stint in Los Angeles and her thoughts on what it takes for women to get more involved in politics. A truly selfless person, she tells us about her journey to help people, how she continues to find a way to make an impact and how planning a wedding is never easy no matter how organized you are.

Apr 12, 2017

Actress Stephanie Belding comes on the show to talk about her career on the big and small screen, her secret to diffusing unwelcome advances from men and how being around her dad's bodybuilding gym introduced her to women who lift and a life of fitness that has spanned too many sports to list.

Apr 4, 2017

In honor of the twentieth anniversary of the release of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, I talk with writer/producer Robin Schiff in one of my earliest interviews. She shares about her early life, how she found The Groundlings and how it changed her life for the better. A great voice for women in the industry, Robin shares her thoughts on the status quo, what she thinks needs to change and some thoughts on how to change it.

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