Amanda Mollindo’s “Sex and Sovereignty” photography exhibition at Eye Lounge in downtown Phoenix
The Show spoke with artist and photographer Amanda Mollindo about her latest project on sex and sovereignty. The extensive exhibition now showing at Eye Lounge in downtown Phoenix.
Dec. 4, 2023
birth certificates
While Arizona allows gender amendments on birth certificates, it requires proof of gender reassignment surgery, a chromosomal count pointing towards a different sex or a court order.
Nov. 22, 2023
A Native woman with red handprint over her mouth supports the Murdered Missing Indigenous Women, or MMIW movement, at the 2023 Native American Connections' Parade in Phoenix.
Each November 19th is recognized as Red Shawl Day, a national annual observance to bring attention violence committed against Indigenous peoples, particularly women and children.
Nov. 18, 2023
The Show spoke with Dr. Molly McClain who runs Deseo Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about her experience treating transgender patients and seeing people moving to the state for care.
Nov. 15, 2023
Erin Joyce
Arizona State University has appointed a new curator at large for its museum. The daughter of two creative parents, Erin Joyce was raised in northern Arizona and began her prior work as a curator on an independent basis in California.
Nov. 4, 2023
The Show spoke with sport and exercise medicine doctor and clinical assistant professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine — Phoenix Leah Hillier about how female athletes tend to suffer injuries at higher rates than male ones.
Nov. 2, 2023
Person holding a transgender pride flag
A federal judge will not allow the mothers of three biological girls to join the legal fight against two transgender girls who want to participate in school sports.
Nov. 1, 2023
Man holding cellphone
Cassie Villegas at Solari Crisis & Human Services spoke with The Show about what she's seen since the 988 LGBTQI+ Youth Line launched as a resource in July.
Oct. 30, 2023
Aside from humans and some whales, most female mammals don’t live long past the end of their reproductive years. A new study involving ASU and UA finds a surprising exception to that rule – one that could shed light on why menopause evolved in humans.
Oct. 26, 2023
The Arizona Coyotes play the Pittsburgh Penguin
Arizona Coyotes defenseman Travis Dermott violated NHL guidelines at the Coyotes home opener Saturday night by wrapping his stick with “pride tape” – a rainbow-colored tape that’s used in support of the LGBTQ+ community. Rather than punish Dermott, the NHL announced it has rescinded the ban on pride tape.
Oct. 24, 2023
A female student texting while leaning against a locker while wearing a crop top
A contentious debate over the school dress code in the Higley Unified School District finally came to an end this week, when the governing board approved a new policy that does not explicitly prohibit midriffs.
Oct. 19, 2023
Sadie Redfern
The Show spoke with Sadie Redfern about her experience with conversion therapy and the effects it has had on her years later.
Oct. 18, 2023
Breanne Fahs, author of "Unshaved: Resistance and Revolution in Women’s Body Hair Politics"
The Show spoke with feminist scholar Breanne Fahs about the movement to forego shaving body hair and her new book that looks at the history behind it.
Oct. 18, 2023
Phoenix Pride 2018
This weekend, the Phoenix Pride festival will take place at Steele Indian School Park. 50,000 people are expected to attend.
Oct. 16, 2023
A Lyft driver
Sergio Avedian — senior contributor with the Rideshare Guy, which has a blog, podcast and YouTube channel on the gig economy — joined The Show to talk more about Lyft's new Women + Connect program.
Oct. 16, 2023
On this episode, Word spotlights horror in numerous ways from banned books to a new novel about a murdered Indigenous woman, as well a murder satire of cozy mysteries. Guests include Carew Papritz, J.A. Jance and Chuck Palahniuk.
Oct. 15, 2023
The Marshall Gallery in Old Town Scottsdale is hosting a two-day event featuring 10 acclaimed female painters. It’s called, “AWAE: A Women's Art Exposition.” Gallery co-owner DeeAn Gillespie Strub said attendees will be able to see past works by the artists and also witness them in action.
Oct. 10, 2023
Woman sits on chair next to medical exam table
Indigenous people have been uniquely affected by the end of Roe. Now, states with some of the largest Indigenous populations also have some of the strictest restrictions on abortion.
Oct. 6, 2023
A fountain in the middle of a body of water shoots a stream straight up, several yards into the air. It is dusk, and the stream of water is lit up with a purple light.
The Maricopa Association of Governments approved a resolution of support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, with a focus on those experiencing homelessness as a result of domestic violence. One survivor says she’s glad MAG is kickstarting the conversation about people like her.
Oct. 5, 2023
Volleyball player in action
Professional volleyball is coming to the Valley for a five-week residency featuring some of the world’s best players in a unique setting and format at Mesa’s Legacy Park.
Oct. 4, 2023


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