Backpacker Radio 60 | Girl Stuff: Periods, Pee Rags, Safety, Birth Control, Masturbation, Sports Bras, Creepy Guys, and More
In today’s episode of Backpacker Radio, presented by The Trek, we are changing things up a bit. Today’s show is dedicated to all things girl stuff. We’ve kicked aside the segments and dived straight into everything to do with thru-hiking as a woman. In addition to Chaunce, we are joined in studio by former guest, guest co-host, and listener favorite, Weezer, along with Chaunce’s AT buddy and Trek vlogger, Fireball. These badass backcountry gals enlighten us on everything from managing periods on trail, to dealing with creepy guys, how they dealt with dangers—including the anticipation of danger vs. what the experience on trail, birth control, sex, hygiene, pee rags, and so on. This turned into a marathon episode, and I think this will be a fun and informative listen for everyone, though especially our lady listeners.
- Save 10% at Greenbelly.co by using code “TREK2020” at checkout.
- Save 5% at Zpacks.com by using code “THANKSZACH” at checkout. Code expires on 3/31.
- Backpacker Radio Internship Application
- QOTD: What is a dog’s heart rate?
- Girls Stuff
- Gender dynamics
- Body issues
- Dealing with family / loved ones
- Birth control
- Pee rags
- Sex and hygiene
- Birth control
- Intro song: Walking Slow by Animal Years
- Intro beats: Pauly Boy Shallcross
- Check out Trail Correspondents
Have any praise, questions, praise, comments, praise or praise for Backpacker Radio? Reach out to [email protected].
Support us on Patreon to get bonus content.
A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Cristopher Marshburn, S11N, Sawyer Products, Thomas Fullner, and Travis Smith.
A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Gregory Gardner, Jacob Northrup, Jeff LaFranier, Mark Snook, Michelle Pugh, Peter Leven, Peter Ellenberg.
This website contains affiliate links, which means The Trek may receive a percentage of any product or service you purchase using the links in the articles or advertisements. The buyer pays the same price as they would otherwise, and your purchase helps to support The Trek's ongoing goal to serve you quality backpacking advice and information. Thanks for your support!
To learn more, please visit the About This Site page.