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Episode 5: Sisterhood

Invisible Women is celebrating International Women’s Day by releasing Episode 5 early. It’s about the power of Sisterhood and women leading, supporting and empowering women and others with compassion, strategy, intelligence and bravery so everyone may benefit.

In this episode you'll hear how some women resistors worked in parallel to men, risking it all to save lives with a different set of values. This was done in secrecy because the pre-war cultural power gradient between women and men remained consistent throughout WW 2.

The women resistors who formed this type of sisterhood remained silent about their undercover activities so that the men in their families and resistance did not interfere. Since these same women had been assimilated into western cultural ideas that women were not capable or intelligent, where did their tenacious belief in themselves originate from?

In Sisterhood, I discuss ancient ways of being and how we may have access to these patterns at any time despite our acculturation.

Award winning Vancouver actor Lucia Frangione is the voice of Pet.

The International Women's Day website has a lot of resources to help you celebrate. and more on the International Women's Day Resources Page

#IWD2021  #ChooseToChallenge

The Abwehr’s Hairdresser

Jessie Jordon, a Scottish citizen, began spying for the Abwehr, the German military intelligence after marrying and living in Germany for a number of years.  Her UK hairdressing shop become the front for her espionage activities.  Read more.

The "Fly Purse"

CIA and KGB Cold War espionage gadgets drew high bids recently in a Beverley Hills Auction. One of the surprise high-bid items was a KGB spy purse that includes a secret, hidden camera.   Read more.

Les Espionnes Racontent

In 2017, Chloé Aeberhardt, a French journalist, released a book entitled, “Les Espionnes Racontent” about the stories of six female intelligence officers.    Read more.

The White Mouse

Nancy Wake, New Zealand born and SOE (Special Operations Executive) trained, was one of the few female agents who received wide acclaim for her WW 2 accomplishments. She was honoured with medals by Britain, France and the U.S. governments.   Read more.

A Brilliant Spy

Harriet Tubman has been inducted into the Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame for her work as an intelligence operations specialist during the Civil War.   Read more.


Last month the Indian Army warned its personnel against interacting with unknown Facebook and WhatsApp social media profiles, and specifically about being “honey-trapped”. They had discovered 150 fake profiles built by Pakistan’s Inter-Services intelligence (ISI) agents posing as fellow Army officers, police and women.  Read more.

The Female Gaze

Actor, Lorraine Toussaint, comments that it’s exciting to play the strong and clever Black female spy character, McCall in The Equailzer, a drama series reboot from the 80s.  Originally played by Denzel Washington, it’s timely that black women be reflected in more complex roles that some already inhabit in daily life as spies and black ops. Read more.
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