[Bridgerton] – Season 1, Episode 7: Oceans Apart

[Bridgerton] – Season 1, Episode 7: Oceans Apart

‘Oceans Apart’ is a jam-packed episode that checks in with absolutely everyone, but perhaps doesn’t spend enough time on anyone. The Good Doctors chat about the theme of pregnancy and menstruation in this episode, the storylines they wished had more time spent on them, and the storylines they could have done without entirely!

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Show Notes:

The book Dr. Kristen mentions about abortifacients
A journal article on sanitary practices and menstruation in Regency England

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Today’s episode is brought to you by one of my favorite podcasts, All My Relations. Hosted by Matika Wilbur (from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington) and Adrienne Keene (a citizen of Cherokee Nation) – each episode explores a different topic facing Native peoples today. I love this show, I’ve learned so much – I laugh, I cry, I tell all my friends about it – including you lovely listeners. All around the world, but especially in the USA, we are terrible about teaching and learning about our Indigenous neighbors, but this podcast is a great place to start. Learn about the ladies, the show, and how you can support their work at allmyrelationspodcast.com

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