Episode 7

Investigation into Mansplaining

Published on: 14th January, 2021

Investigation into Mansplaining 

  1. Introduce Summar
  2. Audience recommendation 
  3. How did mansplaining find us?
  4. What is mansplaining?
  5. Summar's definition?
  6. Some “formal” definitions
  7. Asher’s definition 
  8. Is mansplaining real? 
  9. What is an example?
  10. Where is the line between sharing and mansplaining?
  11. Can you be mansplaining in a debate setting?
  12. Summar’s experiences?
  13. Why do men mansplain?
  14. Do you think men get under explained?
  15. Do you think annoying talkers think of women as easy victims? 
  16. How do you think you should respond if someone is explaining things in a condescending way?
  17. Can a man mansplain to a man? Can a woman mansplain?
  18. Is the term mansplaining sexist in it of itself? 
  19. To use the word mansplain or to not use the word mansplain?

Notable books:

Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit

Audience recommendation:


Another podcast on mansplaining - Living experiment - Mansplaining - This is a different podcast with a different but interesting view on the word.

All Episodes Previous Episode
Never Miss an Episode!

Never Miss an Episode!

Join the investigation and receive free updates, pictures, DIY guides, and more when you subscribe to our mailing list!


* indicates required
Show artwork for Informal Investigation

About the Podcast

Informal Investigation
The podcast that investigates, experiences, and shares interesting finds!
Need a new hobby? Just curious about someone else's hobby? You're in the right place! The Informal Investigation Podcast dives deep into the wondrous world of stuff you never knew you were missing!

Click subscribe and let's begin!