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Unvarnished: Dark Side Of The Boone’s Farm

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“He gave me a look that men get when they want to try to talk a woman out of doing something.”

Faye Williams was constantly told she might not succeed and that she couldn’t do things because she’s a woman.

Faye is strong and determined, and she worked hard to achieve her career goals. From working in a factory to enlisting in the military, she refused to give up when people told her no.

She talks with our host, Taylor Williams, about finding her “true path” and becoming a champion for women who were treated unfairly.

Faye Williams spoke at Pants On Fire, a live storytelling event in July. She tells a true story about her struggles as a woman, her experiences as a military police officer and the impact that Pink Floyd had on her life.

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About Taylor Williams

Taylor Williams is the host of Unvarnished and the Creative Director of Guts & Glory GNV. Unvarnished is produced in collaboration with WUFT.

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