Best femslash podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Cocktail Hour Productions
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Pull up a chair, have a drink, and enjoy the casual discussions of novels and fan fiction
 
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Femslash4Fans
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Longtime fanfic author Allaine discusses "femslash", or sexual relationships between two women, in fan fiction, original fiction, websides, and films today. Initial episodes gave listeners the opportunity to discuss favorite pairings from individual fandoms Allaine wrote in for over nine years, while later episodes went on to feature other fandoms, interviews with other fanfic authors, discussion of facets of femslash in general, and the occasional Hollywood screenwriter.
 
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Elizabeth and Kori take a look at the grandlady of all wlw ships and the impact it's had on femslash fandom today.
 
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Stormcast – The Johnny Storm Podcast
 
Episode 3 of Stormcast, a podcast about Marvel's Johnny Storm A.K.A. The Human Torch!! Yuuhy and Traincat bring you up to speed with Johnny in the month of March 2017, reveal that femslash could have saved Inhumans vs. X-Men, wonder where Johnny is going to live, and talk disappointing mind control plots.Issues covered in this episode's Stormwa ...…
 
Elizabeth, Gretchen, and Kori take a look at some of the most pervasive tropes in femslash fiction and art.
 
The women of Ladies First continue their discussion on femslash relationship tropes.
 
Elizabeth, Gretchen, and Kori kick off the first of a two part discussion on Problematic Tropes in femslash.
 
Your previously scheduled episode about Supergirl and ships has been temporarily postponed because San Junipero happened all over everything.
 
First installment of Femslash Following.
 
Molly and Ashley watch the mid-2000s hit cartoon about teenage spies that has a large femslash community and an episode dedicated to mind control. No the other one. They’re watching Kim Possible and they might be in for a rude awakening. They talk about: Scooby Doo, Never Heard of Movies, Dr. Monkeyfist, Hand Mask, Team Go, Mom Wants Kids, Swed ...…
 
In our first listener suggestions episode, we debate the ethics of vore, Overwatch, and reincarnating someone as a full-body vape rig before diving into such listener requests as: Dog girls Hideo Kojima's artistic secret Disney Femslash and also Equestrislash AMVs Topics Discussed: Angela Ziegler, "Mercy" (Overwatch) Carlton Lassiter (Psych) Ch ...…
 
In our first listener suggestions episode, we debate the ethics of vore, Overwatch, and reincarnating someone as a full-body vape rig before diving into such listener requests as: Dog girls Hideo Kojima's artistic secret Disney Femslash and also Equestrislash AMVs Topics Discussed: Angela Ziegler, "Mercy" (Overwatch) Carlton Lassiter (Psych) Ch ...…
 
Today's topics: Today we're talking about AppleCider's article, Looking Back on Gaming without Nostalgia! We chat about feeling left out of the conversation, and how you don't necessarily have to play a game to talk about it. Guest Intro (00:00:45) Brief intro to our returning guest, AppleCider! What we've been up to (00:01:19) AppleCider (@app ...…
 
Today's topics: Today we're talking about AppleCider's article, Looking Back on Gaming without Nostalgia! We chat about feeling left out of the conversation, and how you don't necessarily have to play a game to talk about it. Guest Intro (00:00:45) Brief intro to our returning guest, AppleCider! What we've been up to (00:01:19) AppleCider (@app ...…
 
In this episode, Flourish and Elizabeth follow up on the last episode’s questions about the impact of racism in the Star Wars fandom—and how it’s a microcosm of fandom at large. They interview Rukmini Pande and Clio, and they hear clips from Holly Quinn, Shadowkeeper, and PJ Punla. Topics covered include the historical presence of fans of color ...…
 
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The OTPodcast
 
Contributors Bio and Alex join the mod for a thorough look at the trends, issues and emerging fandoms of 2015 and check in with fandom's mainstays. We considering questions like: Will slash continue to dominate fanfiction, or are het and femslash the future? Does binge-watching impact the size and strength of a fandom? And what will Star Wars f ...…
 
PlotCulture reviews the classic Doris Day musical “Calamity Jane.” Saddle up Cowboys and get ready for a rolicking rip roaring adventure into the Old West….of 1950s Hollywood Musicals anyway. A story based very very loosely (READ: Not at all) on the life of real frontier woman Calamity Jane. (It only shares her name. She’s a badass lady that yo ...…
 
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Slash & Burn: A Gross Journey Through Fanfiction
 
HI. WE'RE BACK. For those of you who didn't listen to our apology, Kera had to have her baby early so that's where we've been. Hoping to be back on a slightly better schedule. ANYWAY. Slash and Burn is a comedy podcast about fanfiction! Our hosts, Kera and Steve read and discuss fanfics they've gathered from the internet. This week's episode is ...…
 
Episode 7 of our show is about all things Daredevil and Defenders in the world of fanfiction and fandom, but specifically about how Daredevil is evolving as a new fandom. Contributors Birdy and Manda join the mod to talk potential ship wars, Jessica Jones femslash, Matt Murdock's sub tendencies, why Slavery AUs are so divisive, and why nobody s ...…
 
BROOKLYN NINE-NINE AIRS ON FOX AT 8:30ET -- This week, your favorite sitcom podcasters cover fat-shaming and its place both within the show as well as the creative family, badass boss ladies bedeviling bird-monikered boys, and possibly the strongest A-plot we've seen in a year. Black male physicality, femslash undertones, and found family feeli ...…
 
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The Three Patch Podcast - All included
 
"Love is a Chemical Defect," says Sherlock, though we’re not sure we agree! Join us for a celebration of love in our fandom, featuring a panel on multi-shipping recorded live at Sherlock Seattle, a roundtable on femslash, a peek inside the passion of Setlockers, and enough sexy fic recs to thaw even Sherlock’s heart.…
 
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The Three Patch Podcast
 
Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS “Love is a Chemical Defect,” says Sherlock, though we’re not sure we agree! Join us for a celebration of love in our fandom, featuring a panel on multi-shipping recorded live at Sherlock Seattle, a roundtable on femslash, a peek inside the passion of Setlockers, and enough sexy fic recs to thaw even She ...…
 
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Femslash4Fans
 
F4F Radio rings in the new year with a discussion of lesbian subtext in modern television - a topic I’ve wanted to discuss since before the start of 2012! Before the late 1990s, when fandoms began popping up with canon lesbian pairings on shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Xena: Warrior Princess”, “Once and Again” and “Babylon 5”, gay char ...…
 
As a part of this busy stretch in September where F4F will air three live shows in just 16 days, tonight we will be revisiting the world of video games. In the spring we discussed "Mass Effect", the successful Bioware trilogy which allows players to not only choose the gender of their character, but also have romantic relationships with various ...…
 
This week F4F Radio will boldly go where it hasn't before, to a galaxy far, far away. That's right, for the first time we're going into space - to play video games. The "Mass Effect" trilogy is one of the most successful console game series of the decade, and "Mass Effect 3" has certainly been the most prominent, most controversial game of 2012 ...…
 
The theme for F4F Radio this month has been talking about the changing ways in which the Internet is allowing writers and filmmakers to create, as well as the ways in which fanfic authors are becoming something to encourage, not just put up with. Having first spent time discussing "transmedia storytelling" with guests Christin Mell and Bridget ...…
 
Having spent the first month of the new year on webseries, in February F4F returns to where it started – discussing popular femslash fandoms with successful fanfiction authors. Tonight we will revisit – well, I’ll revisit, it’s usually the first time for Kim – the TNT drama “Rizzoli & Isles”. When I first did a segment on this series near the e ...…
 
Tonight we venture back into the world of smaller, up-and-coming fandoms in the femslash community. The successful Season Two of the Canadian television series "Lost Girl" is currently airing, and SyFy has confirmed that starting January 2012 it will be bringing the show to American audiences. Which means Canada's less polite neighbors to the s ...…
 
On tonight’s show, we’ll be doing something very unusual. For the first time in its history, Femslash4Fans Radio will feature a guest who has little involvement with femslash - for a very good reason. The women of Chris Dee's Cat-Tales are an absolute thrill to read. Like all of her characters, there is a depth and complexity that makes them so ...…
 
Two weeks ago we talked about femslash from Harry Potter, in the wake of the conclusion of seven books AND eight movies. Tonight we move on to a different kind of ending, the involuntary kind. For five decades the ABC daytime drama "All My Children" ran five days a week, fifty-two weeks a year, with some of the most recognizable actors in soap ...…
 
In tonight's episode we will not be looking at a specific author or discussing a certain body of fanfic work. By now many of you have seen "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2", which marked the end of a series of seven novels and eight movies that we've followed for years and years. Now that it's over, it may be time to take a look ba ...…
 
Having spent the last show discussing one of the biggest femslash fandoms on the Internet today, this week F4F dials it down a notch and looks at a smaller fandom for a hit show on a smaller network. We’ll be talking about the original sci-fi drama “Warehouse 13”, which just began its 3rd season as the latest in a long line of high-rated and hi ...…
 
I have said that the summer of 2011 will be a season of "experimentation" for F4F Radio. Now that we're in our third year, I want to take a few hesitant steps in different directions to see what flies and what falls flat. In tonight's segment, we will not be discussing fan fiction per se, nor will we be discussing a brand-new fandom. Instead F4 ...…
 
Last week F4F Radio embarked on its third season by revisiting the "Xena" fandom. While I don't plan on making it a habit, we'll be doing it again tonight, returning to the hit FOX drama "Glee", which we first discussed in 2009. At the time, "Glee" was already a monster hit, with an exploding femslash fandom. After just 13 episodes, a lot of at ...…
 
Now that we’ve discussed Harry Potter, F4F Radio continues with January’s theme of femslash in literature targeting teenage audiences by talking about Twilight. Much like Harry Potter, Twilight got its start as a series of bestselling novels set in the world of the supernatural, written by an unknown female author, attracting millions of adult ...…
 
Femslash4Fans Radio rings in the new year with a bookish theme in January. We'll look at two of the past decade's biggest crazes in literature and film among teenage audiences, starting with tonight's show on the Harry Potter universe. With seven bestselling, critically praised novels that managed to spread to all ages, and a series of successf ...…
 
Femslash4Fans Radio has prepared something special in the last show before the Thanksgiving holiday, even more special than pumpkin pie or jello mold. Joining the ranks of past guests like Fembuck, Dreiser and Sharon Bowers - whose work was too well-written and diverse to be limited to a single fandom - Della Street has been a talented and prol ...…
 
Several months ago we spoke to three very talented authors whose work writing Barbara/Helena femslash had elevated the television series "Birds of Prey" - which was, to be honest, not a very well-written show - to a level beyond what it had ever achieved on the WB. This week we will be getting to the root source of the TV program, and beyond, a ...…
 
Having spent September in a foreign land as we discussed anime and manga, Femslash4Fans Radio moves to another universe in October as we talk about the now-defunct syndicate drama "Legend of the Seeker". Based upon the novels of Terry Goodkind and produced by the same people responsible for "Xena: Warrior Princess", LotS deals with a familiar s ...…
 
This month Femslash4Fans finally embraces a broad segment of lesbian fan fiction on the Internet that we've only scratched the surface on - anime and manga. With a year having already gone by since my segment on Mai-HiME, in September F4F will be doing two shows on anime/manga femslash, or more accurately "yuri". And when you think yuri, you th ...…
 
For all the dissatisfaction of fans concerning the relative lack of lesbian storylines on network television, the fact remains that there are a lot of opportunities out there for talented authors to bring their creations to life. And I've had the opportunity to speak to people who have pursued many different paths. From the femslash authors lik ...…
 
Perhaps Dr. Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) wasn't always the most likeable person on television. Maybe she occasionally did things that were a bit reprehensible to further her career. But Kerry was also a prominent cast member on the NBC drama "E.R.", one of the longest-running series of all time. And more importantly for the purposes of this progr ...…
 
Granted, being a dramatic series on the WB television network at the beginning of the 21st-century meant having little experience with high ratings (as you try desperately to attract an audience that would get you cancelled after thirteen episodes on NBC) and critical acclaim (example #1 - zero Emmy nominations for Season Five of "Buffy the Vam ...…
 
Deeply in love, Ivy is repeatedly frustrated by her partner's atrocious taste in men, yet always comes back to her . . . wait a minute, this isn't my Poison Ivy/Harley Quinn show. This is my show on the "Dead Witch Walking" series written by Kim Harrison, now eight books and still going strong. But that doesn't mean there aren't similarities. T ...…
 
While the sci-fi programs "Stargate: SG-1" and "Stargate: Atlantis" may have ended their runs relatively recently, compared to some of the shows we've talked about in 2010, the femslash community for these shows is just as old and just as successful. The roots of the "Stargate" series stretch all the way back to the original motion picture rele ...…
 
This Week with David Brinkley . . . well, no, he's dead, and there sure as hell ain't no George Will here. But the format remains the same. "This week" I'll be moderating a panel of past guests and new ones, and we'll be discussing the dearth of femslash fanfic out there for TV sitcoms. I've talked with authors about many dramas, and several ca ...…
 
Having recently discussed Xena: Warrior Princess on my show, F4F turns to another fandom that continues to live on despite the fact that the original series ended its run in the spring of 2001. "Star Trek: Voyager" was UPN's flagship program when the network debuted, the first Trek to air on prime-time since the original series, and the only sh ...…
 
Obviously fan fiction can't live without writers, but the people who help spread fanfic to the greatest number of people possible are almost as important. Thousands of authors host their own works at websites, Facebook pages, and Livejournals, but nothing makes life easier for the well-rounded readers, the ones willing to take the plunge into a ...…
 
On a special two-hour episode of Femslash4Fans Radio, I'll be talking about quite possibly the oldest, biggest femslash fandom to still rule the Internet today, the one fandom you CAN'T leave out of the discussion. "Xena: Warrior Princess" was more than just a hit spinoff from "Hercules: the Legendary Journeys", one of the highest-rated shows i ...…
 
The week before Thanksgiving, I planned to host a show without set topics or guests. The idea was that listeners could call in to discuss any femslash topic that was on their minds. Unfortunately, I became very sick that week and I was forced to cancel. This month, however, I'm bringing it back. Callers Decide. Is there a previous show you'd li ...…
 
Last spring, listeners were "lucky" enough to hear me talk way too long about Disney's television series "Gargoyles", perhaps the most complex, three-dimensional, dramatic animated program to come out of their studio in its history. They got to hear me wax poetic about my own theories for the popularity of primary villainess Demona as a femslas ...…
 
Earlier this year F4F did a series of shows on nothing but femslash from current and former televised crime dramas. One TV show that wasn't covered during that series, however, may be the most popular one of all - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. You don't need a manifesto (although you'll have no difficulty finding one) to see why so many pe ...…
 
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