Tonya Todd

Tonya Todd

Author | Actress | Activist ~ Fairy Queen ~Sapiosexual | Cinephile Writing Linguistic Sensuality (she/her) Repped by @askamycollins & @OpaqueMgt UK

Appears in 49 Episodes

Ria's questions: If you could go to any time/period in history and just observe, see all the best and worst bits but not interact/change the course of history what time would you go to?

It's been a while but Ria's questions is back! This episode Ria asks:If you could go to any time/period in history and just observe, see all the best and worst bits bu...

Active Activism: Deborah Franklin

Tonya speaks with author, speaker, and Church Girl CEO Deborah Franklin about the success of her African missionary efforts, her book "adjectives," and her transformat...

Our 100th episode! Listener questions

Don't be fooled by the episode order number - this is our 100 episode. Yes, between the five of us we have recorded 100 whole episodes. We wanted to celebrate with lis...

Active Activism: La Sheera Lee

Tonya speaks with literary agent La Sheera Lee about one of her favorite books, the importance of reading aloud, how she was awarded this year’s AAMBC Award for Litera...

Femme on Film: Grease 2

This episode was first published on Comics in Motion in November 2021.Welcome to Femme on Film where host Ria Carrogan and a guest chat about films made for women, abo...

Femme on Film: Hearts and Vaginas special

This episode was first published on Comics in Motion on 10 July 2022.Welcome to this special episode of Femme on Film focusing on sex in the movies. Hearts and Vaginas...

Banned Books Conversations - The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - Out of Darkness by Ashley Hope Pérez

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - Charlotte's Web by E.B. White

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - This One Summer by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Banned Books Conversations - All Boys Aren't Blue by George M. Johnson

Banned Books Conversations: Where Radical Readers Discuss Prohibited ProseBanned books are works that have been removed from a library shelf or school curriculum. Over...

Femme on Fitness: Anastacia Marx de Salcedo

Tonya speaks with author Anastacia Marx de Salcedo, whose book Eat Like a Horse, Run Like a Horse shares a simple way to fight poverty-related health issues, how early...

Active Activism: WHAV

Tonya speaks with WHAV co-founders Allie Givens and Soledad Coulston about the inspiration behind their non-profit, how friendship fosters partnership, and how their m...

Femme on Creatives: Veronica Wasson

Tonya speaks with creative fiction writer Veronica Wasson about experimental non-narrative and non-linear fiction and writing habits.Find out more about Veronica at ve...

Ria's questions: When you come home at night, or wake up at night and need to walk around the house, do you turn the lights on or do you walk around in the semi-darkness like people in horror films?

What a snappy title for a podcast! The Collective answer the question of whether you walk around in darkness or turn on the lights!Discover more Ria's questions at www...

Femme on Fitness: Jess Davies

Tonya speaks with her Femme On Collective co-host Jess Davies about mental health, her complicated relationship with her body, and using fitness as a tool for managing...

Active Activism: Radhika Rao

Tonya speaks with actress Radhika Rao about how she came to identify as an activist, the joys of helping others, and her dream of being an ambassador for peace.Where t...

Femme on Creatives: Vanessa Riley

Our host Tonya speaks with historical fiction author Vanessa Riley about the importance of showcasing Black excellence, how writing is activism, and why you will be bl...

Active Activism: DemocraShe Sarah Jakle

Tonya speaks with co-founder of DemocraShe Sarah Jakle about combating legacy voices, her inner best friends, her call to action moment, and her passion to empower you...

Ria's questions: Do you think hedgehogs know they are spiky?

In this episode of Ria's questions, the Collective ask themselves the age old question of "Do you think that hedgehogs know they are spiky?". Well, do you?Discover mor...

Active Activism: So She Slays

Tonya speaks with So She Slays founders Chauncey Woods and Heather Young about their podcast, their potent social media, and the community they’ve cultivated, where st...

Ria's questions: Why men?

It's time, once again, for Ria's questions. In this episode the Collective answers the question: "Why men?". They discuss what is currently frustrating them about the ...

Femme on Film: Pride and Prejudice (2005)

Femme on Film is back! In this new episode, Ria, her Femme on co-hosts Alyson and Tonya and brand new guests Suzan Aiken and Wendy Wimmer discuss Joe Wright's 2005 Pri...

Femme on Fitness: Katie Salidas

Tonya speaks with author Katie Salidas about motherhood, MMA, and Combat Con.Connect with Katiewww.katiesalidas.comhttps://spillinginkshow.podbean.com/https://www.inst...

Ria's questions: If you had invisibility, would you use it to just look at boobs and penises?

Would you?See more of Ria's questions at riasquestions.com

Active Activism: Jen Graybeal

Tonya speaks with author coach Jen Graybeal about her involvement with 4-H Club, her history as a volunteer, and how it feels to make a difference in a child's life.Wh...

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