1. #Talkdeath - Women in the Funeral Profession

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    Caitlin Doughty and Lauren LeRoy answer the question "Has being a women in the death profession made it difficult"? Qeepr is proud to introduce our first Live Q&A session about death,…

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    • #Talkdeath - What is your ultimate funeral?

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      Caitlin Doughty and Lauren LeRoy answer the question "If money were no issue, what would be your ultimate funeral? Qeepr is proud to introduce our first Live Q&A session about death, life…

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      • #Talkdeath - How do you join the death positive movement

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        Caitlin Doughty and Lauren LeRoy answer the question "How can people who are not funeral professionals get into the death positive movement?" Qeepr is proud to introduce our first Live…

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        • #Talkdeath - Do we need better secular death rituals?

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          Caitlin Doughty and Lauren LeRoy answer the question "Many people see funeral directors and death as ghoulish and that draws or repels them. How do we get past that to have open and honest talks?" Qeepr…

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          • Death Salon: San Francisco Welcome

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            Caitlin Doughty welcomes you to Death Salon: San Francisco

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            • Caitlin Bio

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              Caitlin Doughty is a licensed funeral director in Los Angeles, California. In addition to her mortuary science certification, she holds a degree in Medieval History from the University of Chicago. Fortnight…

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