Best feminist podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her special guests as they discuss topics “all 21st century feminists agree on” while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an Edinburgh Fringe regular, screenwriter and is hugely in demand for her corporate seminars.
Feminist Current
Canada's leading feminist website.
The Guardian’s Jessica Valenti brings you interviews, advice and real life stories from the front lines of feminism. She talks about everything from periods or lack there of, to cyberbullying, objectification, crafting an equal and egalitarian relationship, abortions and sex education. This is the place for women and men to share their questions and thoughts about everyday issues facing women and feminism. Want to ask a question? Leave us a voicemail: 917-900-4577
Feminist Magazine is the weekly Southern California radio show with intersectional feminist perspectives. Covering stories that you don't hear on mainstream media! We broadcast local and global stories, news and opinions about women making a radical difference.
Exploring the intersections of religion and gender, the Christian Feminist Podcast is ready to roar.
Feminist Folklore
Exploring how women are viewed in folklore from around the world.
Feminist Frequency Radio is coming for your media. Each week, Anita Sarkeesian, Carolyn Petit, and Ebony Aster bring you dispatches from the pop culture wars and invite you to listen in on their entertaining, stimulating, take-no-prisoners conversations about the latest films, games, and tv. They’ll be bringing their distinctly different feminist perspectives to the mix as they celebrate and critique it all. With special guests from all over the feminist media sphere, an assortment of great ...
Secret Feminist Agenda is a weekly podcast about the insidious, nefarious, insurgent, and mundane ways we enact our feminism in our daily lives.
Podcast by Feminist Killjoys, PhD
Feminist Crush
Podcasting from the feminist cool kids table every #feministcrushfriday about art and activism. You know you want to sit with us. Pull up a chair.
The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. Each week, we interview guests on topics like poverty, missions, abortion, and how to live out your calling as a Catholic while supporting women's rights.
Feminist Nerds
A feminist podcast that discusses issues of gender, race, and disabilities in comics, movies, television and more.
A conversation about feminism, politics, pop culture and the internet.
Vegan Feminist Radio
Critical essays and resources for vegan women and their allies
Pam Victor hosts a podcast that geeks out with funny feminists about the state of women in comedy with a focus on providing practical tips that you can take to your next class, rehearsal, and show. (Also, we drop the F-bomb a lot.)
The podcast where we do a little ranting, raving, and wand waving! We’ll be examining witchcraft and spirituality from a modern, fat, feminist perspective; with a cauldron full of sass.
Feminist Thrilljoys is a podcast where three women take a break from smashing the patriarchy to chat about the feminist-y things they love.
Podcast by Lisa Corrigan, Laura Weiderhaft
Straight from the FEMINIST SLEEPER CELL, Lady Parts Justice breaks down the ever-changing, ever batshit, ever rageful news that affects our reproductive rights. Listen as hosts, Lizz Winstead, Nicole Moore and Julie Rosing, work to expose the creeps hellbent on destroying access to birth control, abortion and basically everything logical.
Feminist Robot
Resident feminist Rachel Baldwin hilariously discusses contemporary feminist issues, the trials and tribulations of being a nerdy hot girl, and hosts guests to talk about their favorite topics.
In this podcast, we are exploring the whole Bible, all the way through, from “In the beginning” (Genesis 1) to “Amen! Come, Lord Jesus” (Revelation 22). We’ll take a look at some of the ways our culture has perverted Scripture to its own ends, point out where we see God in the text, and always come away with a moral of the story.
The Practical Feminist features Laura Ip and Ruth Unrau digging into politics, education, leadership, community, and everything in between through a feminist lens and from a practical perspective. A generation between them and waking to their feminism at different points in their lives, everything is up for discussion and critique.
Feminist Folklore
Exploring how women are viewed in folklore from around the world.
Fangs, Feminism, and Fangirling
An evening of sit-com readings from new and diverse writers.
Vanessa and Meagan, the ladies of Feminists Watching Action Movies (FWAM), agree on four things: (1) wine is delicious, (2) women are underrepresented or misrepresented in action movies, (3) action movies are awesome in spite of this, and (4) it is really hard to keep track of what day it is. Join them every other Monday as they discuss a new action movie.
Adding to the feminist discussion one podcast at a time. Every other Wednesday, Natalie and Kelly bring you a heated conversation exploring current events, pop culture, history, and media.
Hillbilly Feminist
A little bit of humor from a feminist. You may think impossible, but in reality no one cares what trolls think. I will discuss one topic (or ten depending on how much caffeine I drink) each episode concerning the Midwest American culture, and by American I mean 'Merican. The life of a feminist in the Midwest gets a bit tense at times and I hope to show people in rural areas that the word "feminist" is not a threat to your livelihood, unless you make a living by being a misogynist. In that ca ...
Ask a Feminist
Ask a Feminist, a podcast from Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (, features interviews with leading feminist thinkers on feminist issues raised by some aspect of current political life or social justice issue. This allows Signs to create an ongoing conversation between and among feminist scholars, media activists, and community leaders, enhancing the journal’s role as a transitive space, percolating in and between the space of intellectual production and ...
Angry Feminist Geeks
Podcast by Angry Feminist Geeks
Feminist Thrilljoys is a podcast where three women take a break from smashing the patriarchy to chat about the feminist-y things they love.
Feminist Buzzkill
The media commentary show where it's always that time of the month! Tune in each week to hear hosts Katie, Evie and Christian chat about movies, TV shows and music through the lens of feminism.Episodes are released once a week.Make sure to check us out on Facebook! you can tell us what you think of the show via @fmnistbuzzkill on Twitter!
Talking about our favorite action films through a feminist lens. Episodes released every two weeks.Available on Stitcher Radio and iTunes.
UnF*ck Your Brain is the podcast for high-achieving feminist women who struggle with anxiety, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome. If you know you’ve accomplished a lot professionally but still secretly feel like you’re unqualified….if you want to feel confident but you worry about what everyone else thinks about you...if you want to succeed but fear failure...this podcast is for you. In each episode Master Certified Confidence Coach Kara Loewentheil, J.D., will teach you how to overcome socia ...
In each episode, we discuss an aspect of Star Trek from a feminist perspective; specific episodes, characters, themes and the implied messages about humanity and equality in the future as well as in the last 50 years. Don't worry. We're card-carrying humourless feminists, so we'll never, ever wander off topic or make terrible Trek jokes or devolve into one-upwomanship over who knows more about Trek. It's clearly Fiona who obviously isn't writing this in the hated third person. Oh yes, indeedy.
Hosted by Feminist Wednesday Founder Erin Bagwell and Editor Sal Mastrocola- BeaverTalk is engaging conversation that centers around feminist thoughts, ideas, and topics.
We are the Bad Feminists Book Club, a group of five Canadian women who meet once a month to discuss a book we've chosen. The books we pick are either by women authors, or feature women protagonists.You can catch our podcast at the end of the month on Google Music, iTunes or at our website:
Takin' shots at the patriarchy, one shot at a time!
Welcome to the first episode of Feminist Poltergeist! A queer podcast about fandom, feminism, and community. Shownotes and links can be found at
Feminist Magazine
Feminist Wears
Feminist Wears is a podcast that focuses on empowerment for women through fashion. Founded by Anna and Gracie. Follow us on Instagram: @feminist.wears Twitter: email us at for more information!
Interviews with women leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who want to be happy, healthy and fulfilled. Whether it’s physical or sexual health, juggling life and work, professional development or financial success, emotional or spiritual wellness, a Well Woman is supportive of other women, is motivated to challenge herself, and is passionate about achieving her highest level of health and well being. Calling on the wisdom and lessons of Byron Katie, Oprah Winfrey, Brene Brown and Marie Forl ...
A podcast about Canadian literature, feminism, and everything in between. New episodes published on the 15th of every month. Hosted by Mica Lemiski.
Feminism, body acceptance and cats
Feminist friends Keegan and Madigan use humor (and wine) to take on issues facing women and the world.
Expatriarch Radio is a deconstruction of gender and genre, a paperless music magazine entrenched in pop and politics, made with limp wrists and clenched fists. The monthly show—broadcast since 2010 with host Joey Hansom, and since 2015 with host Bella Cuts—is a counterpart to Expatriarch’s concerts and parties, likewise balancing local love and international perspectives.
Laura Diaz, a working Mom and wife and Marissa Clark, a single Millennial, banter about love, careers and their vastly different life experiences. Face of a feminist is a sometimes hilarious, sometimes serious, but always interesting podcast addressing anything female.
Join Erin Bagwell & Diana Matthews as they dive into all the things that fire then up about film and television- the glorious, the misogynistic, and the groundbreaking.
The Feminist Fatal Audio Program is a podcast dedicated to exploring themes relevant to young artists in the Pacific Northwest through the style of New Journalism, telling true stories through a narrative lens that acknowledges the subjective perspective of the person telling it. The program includes interviews, mini audiobooks, and more.
Host Alexandra Lydia explores why feminism is such a dirty word, and why it shouldn't be.
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Progress YES! But has it been fast enough? Feminists of the 1960s and 1970s worked tirelessly to secure the rights for women that we enjoy today. However, we cannot get complacent: We must continue the fight to ensure equality for all, says Ms Blog Magazine.From equal pay, to the right to vote and even to drive a car in some countries--not all ...…
The long read: A term that was derided and abandoned a decade ago has come roaring back to life a passionate speech Women neoliberalism leaning in Amia Srinivasan criminal offence 80 women a year only about 20% 7 ...…
Tricia Robson is the Director of Digital Strategy and Emily Jennings is the Associate Director of Education, School, and Family Programs at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. In this episode of What’s On, we’re talking about the FAMSF’s Digital Stories platform. If you work in the museum industry, there’s a good chance you’ve seen one of t ...…
We'll kill them. You fence their stuff. It's potatoes all the way down as story expert Lani Diane Rich and feminist film scholar Noelle LaCroix try to figure out what in the world Buffy sees in Owen in Never Kill a Boy on the First Date (S1.05)
Episode 1 - Women and Power This episode comes to you, four months as opposed to the cheerful optimism of four weeks, as expressed in the show, late. Nevertheless, as nothing has spectacularly moved forward since then it remains like the patriarchy still intact, if not a little flawed. We are unashamed technophobes and as the series goes along ...…
Today’s author interview is with Siobhan Adcock, author of The Completionist. Included in Entertainment Weekly’s “10 prescient new feminist dystopias to read after The Handmaid’s Tale.” “Find her. You need to keep looking, no matter what. I’m afraid of what might’ve happened to her. You be afraid too.” After months of disturbing behavior, Gardn ...…
Whether you have a vibrant online ministry or you’re just livin’ normal life, every single one of us has encountered criticism. But what’s the difference between helpful, constructive criticism…and troll culture? Today’s podcast guest, Ana Glaze of That Catholic Couple, breaks down what she views as the difference and how she responds to each. ...…
The Mindfullness Show is written and produced by Josiah Samuel Harry. Music by Josiah Harry, Jr. S2E32 Show Notes: Are there tenable distinctions between sex and gender? Is gender distinct from biological sex? Is a trans woman a woman? Is a trans man a man? What are appropriate labels and terms for transgender people? Whose interests does it se ...…
This broadcast updates and highlights previous topics of discussion, focusing largely on online/Alt-Right/Nazi fascism and some of the malevolent communities that coalesce around various ideological manifestations of that phenomenon.There has been little public recognition that many of the mass shooters whose activities have dominated much of t ...…
Today I have Aarthi Parthasarathy with us on Audiogyan, who is an Indian filmmaker and a webcomic creator. Having grown up in Mumbai and now living in Bengaluru, Aarthi is known for creating the webcomic like Royal Existentials and writing for the webcomic Urbanlore. Aarthi became part of feminist art collective called Kadak in March 2016, wher ...…
Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, discusses the lies feminists tell with an audience of Washington DC interns. The event was recorded at CBLPI's 2018 DC Women's Summit held at the Capitol Hill Club on June 8-9.
Discover contemporary, feminist artist, an Anishinaabe Quay woman from Northern Ontario and her evocative work, "Fringe." I will also draw comparisons to Christ's crucifixion through artists like Caravaggio and Carracci. Learn more about Rebecca at her website: and view her artistic process through this youtube link: https:// ...…
In the third episode of the podcast, I am joined by Abigail Tazzyman to discuss the proto-catfishing we embarked upon in that most terrible of school years, Year 9. We (mainly Abi) manage to spin our actions into a feminist empowerment narrative that allowed us to explore identities, desires and sex within a ‘safe’ environment whilst pretending ...…
Maeve Marsden is a writer, producer and theatremaker, focusing on comedy, cabaret, live music and storytelling. Mother’s Ruin: A Cabaret about Gin, a theatrical cabaret Maeve wrote and performs in has sold out seasons at Sydney Festival, Perth Fringe World, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Festival of Voices (Tasmania), Melbourne Cab ...…
War On Women is a co-ed, feminist hardcore punk band based out of Baltimore, MD. Their lead vocalist is Shawna Potter and she is of course, so much more than just your average singer.Beyond handling vocals for the band she is also the founder of Hollaback! Baltimore, co-founder of & trainer for Safer Space Program, writer, activist, public spea ...…
Today on the show, Brandt and Brian discuss a smorgasbord of topics including an OpEd response to Ellen talking about LGBT Mormon youth suicides, some Mormons Behaving Badly, and the joys of Father’s Day. All that plus more on the Report! NEWS: Mormon History Association conference says the past of the LDS Church is not frozen (Deseret News) Fo ...…
Episode 25 - Today we interview Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim about a bit of Intersectional Theology, and her new book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost, avaiable here! Grace Ji-Sun Kim is a Korean-American author, theologian and Associate Professor at Earlham School of Religion in Richmond ...… Cora joins us again to to discuss race, blackness, mothering and motherhood, and reproductive labor. You can explore Cora’s work at Topics Touched: housewifery as administrative experience, the ...…
In this episode, BGB talks about Claws, we talk about Season 1 and Season 2, our show's intro, feminist or naw, Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife (on Netflix), actual & factual, Neicy Nash and how amazing she is and how amazing she looks, Reno 911, Titty Girl aka 2 Bras, that Target Baby Daddy card, nails and nail art, Polly's breakdown, Reva vs. Zlata ...…
In Studio-Outgoing Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald. We ask is smoking a feminist issue. Did you marry after falling in love at work and Senator Frances Black wants goods from occupied territories banned in support of Palestinians.
My guest Alissa gets emotionally compromised and pretty drunk on the Devil’s Bayou Cocktail... and a shot of moonshine. We talk about the feminist bombshell that is Bianca and how Bernard might be the template for a perfect male specimen.
I'm joined by an old friend and parenting veteran Jake, who stops by to chat about raising a Feminist Son, Life After Parenting, and surviving bad college theater. Find more behind the scenes stuff at
Cenk Uygur. Ana Kasparian. U.S. is holding nearly 1500 immigrant children in detention centers. Paul Ryan opposes separating families at border. Arizona politician complains that there aren’t enough “white kids” in public schools. Dana Loesch tells African feminist to worry about genital mutilation instead of American sexism. The post TYT Hour ...…
Lippman’s realistic cast of characters pass from youth to adulthood. Rebecca Lowman is perfect, moving adeptly among all types of voices and situations, never slipping into melodrama or monotone, exploring their trials and triumphs, particularly from a feminist point of view.Read the full AudioFile review at ...…
This week on FemRadio, Lidia interviews Montreal-based artist, DJ and activist TiKA. They talk about body-love and self care, leaving Toronto for Montreal, and her thoughts on the Toronto art scene. Check her out at and Lidia have your Canadian feminist news headlines, stuff we're digging (or griping about) this we ...…
We talk with David Margolick about his groundbreaking examination of the relationship between Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. The book is The Promise and the Dream. Then, Alex Perry discusses his book, The Good Mothers: The True Story of the Women Who Took on the World’s Most Powerful Mafia. It’s a feminist saga of true crime and just ...…
TheWord Episode 2The SouthWord office podcast on things big and small.Bollywood actress and self-proclaimed feminist Sonam Kapoor recently got married and received some backlash for changing her instagram name to add her husband’s surname. So we wondered - how do we feel about women opting to keep their maiden name after marriage? Does everyone ...…
Welcome to Cheers to You! The podcast about conversations, beverages, conversations about beverages, and conversations over beverages. For his first guest, host Elliot Lerner proudly welcomes sketch writer, feminist educator, podcaster, creative coach, and mastermind behind Life of the Pahty, Shanna Shrum. Shanna Shrum: https://www.lifeofthepah ...…
We interviewed Amanda Marcotte about her new book, Troll Nation: How The Right Became Trump-Worshipping Monsters Set On Rat-Fucking Liberals, America, and Truth Itself.
Chris Pimentel – artist, feminist, philanthropist. In this unique episode of the podcast, Chris and I play drunk chess. Find out the rules and just how rowdy we got. We discuss the dangers of drinking and tomfoolery but also bring up some gems of advice for the up and coming. As of upload date: Age: 24 Occupation(s): Nursing School Student Majo ...…
In this episode we take an hour to reflect, relax and really become attuned with the Chill. Let's face it, radical snake person feminists have a lot of stressors and don't often take time to chill. So this hour, we delve into the importance of chilling, Kelly names some of her fav relaxing video games, Janeane mentions some of her go-to mind nu ...…
The 2018 men's soccer World Cup opens in Russia, without the US team. But the US wins an even bigger World Cup prize — co-hosting the 2026 tournament with Mexico and Canada. Also, a surprising friendship blossoms between a tortured detainee and a guard at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. And Pakistani author and feminist critic Bina Shah look ...…
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough (historian, hiker, knitter, faffer) peruses popular pastimes from history - from mandatory archery and feminist roller-skating right through to, um, sponsored Morris dancing.
Welcome to the Sex Ed with DB Podcast, brought to you by Sex Ed with DB is an intersectional, feminist, Bay Area based podcast for folks who want to hear real stories from underrepresented voices as we try to revolutionize the way we talk about sex. offers the sex ed we all should have had. Through live streams and moderated ...…
Our guest is something of a feisty unicorn- a pro-life feminist. Destiny Herdon Del La Rosa- Founder of New Wave Feminists- joins the BluiMafia for a chat about feminism today, true empowerment of women and being pro-life with a consistent ethic regarding human rights. She explains why porn and abortion have been degrading rather than empowerin ...…
Revolutionary Egyptian feminist Nawal El Saadawi talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy about the injustice of the patriarchy, what inspires her to write and why she thinks democracy doesn't exist. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. You can also watch the podcasts on our YouTube channel. Recor ...…
Did you know wearing a bra can cause breast cancer? That’s what we get to talk about today with Sydney Singer and his wife Soma Grismaijer. Sydney Ross Singer got graduate training in biochemistry and got a master’s degree in anthropology in 1981 from Duke University. He went on to do three years of medical school at University of Texas and bec ...…
Today’s topic is learning to trust yourself and hopefully by the end of the show you’ll be inspired to tap into your inner wisdom and intuition in order to stop second guessing yourself and start deeply trusting your thoughts and decisions. Unlock YOUR superpower here! My guest today is Haley Laughter. Laughter is a Navajo… The post 120 Learnin ...…
'The world doesn’t work in one homogenous movement. It’s a myriad of tiny processes.'Two feminists who have never met before. They discuss intersectionality, #metoo, slacktivism, and letting other women speak. Thanks to Amy and Halima.This podcast is brought to you by Helena Lönnberg and Sara Murray. Thank you to Radio at Warwick for use of the ...…
Episode 12: Organic, Locally Grown Porn SF and Jen analyze the porn industry and its many issues. Featuring dildos tied to ceiling fans, pussies getting bent out of shape, and supporting individual porn artists. (Don’t mind the occasional meows in the background–the cat felt left out of the discussion.) Referenced: Sex Worker Client Guidelines ...…
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