Guest episode: Gina Martin on upskirting, the environment and body shaming

Aug 29, 2018, 07:00 AM

In episode 15, activist Gina Martin joins us to talk about her campaign to make upskirting illegal, issues surrounding climate change and the body positivity movement. Upskirting is the act of taking a photo up a person's skirt, something which is not currently a sexual offence in England and Wales.

Our three figures are Gina Martin, that it takes 660 gallons of water to make one hamburger and the image of the female form.

Vol 1. Stevie Martin

This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor, Adam Kay (2017)

Figure 1: Gina Martin

3 things you can do to help me change the law, Gina Martin

‘I was upskirted. I spoke out. This is what happened.’ - Gina Martin

The Guilty Feminist: Things we think are normal with Gina Martin and Yassmin Abdel-Magied, presented by Deborah Frances-White

Ctrl Alt Delete: Gina Martin on Upskirting presented by Emma Gannon

Figure 2: It takes 660 gallons of water to make one hamburger

What is the ‘water footprint’ of your next cheeseburger?


Meat Free Mondays

The Protein Crunch by Jason Drew and David Lorimer (2011)

Nobody Panic: How to live without plastic, presented by Tessa Coates and Stevie Martin

'Plastic is not cool' – is fashion finally cleaning up its act?, Kate Finnigan

Nobody’s Child

Pret Foundation Trust

Figure 3: The female form

Jameela Jamil brilliantly clapbacks at “toxic” body-shaming, Carly-Ann Clements

Eat, Drink, Run: How I got fit without going too mad, Bryony Gordon (2018)

Happy Mum, Happy Baby: Louise Pentland, Giovanna Fletcher

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