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Hey all, here with a quick update on a new Macmillan Podcasts show called Case Closed, live now exclusively on Stitcher Premium. Check out all of episode 1 right here and sign up for a free month of Stitcher Premium by going to stitcherpremium.
Need an outlet that explores sex, relationships and finding happily ever after? Macmillan Podcasts launched a new show that takes a feminist look at iconic couples and we want Feminasty listeners to know about it! Take a listen to One True Pair
Feminasty has ended, but the Macmillan Podcast Network has another show called When To Jump that we think our fans will love. Host Mike Lewis interviews Brenda Berkman, a woman who used her law degree to successfully sue the city and become the
This week, Kate and Samhita talk all things anger with Soraya Chemaly, director of the Women's Media Center and author of the upcoming book, "Rage Becomes Her." How do women and minorities use anger differently in a patriarchal society? Soraya
This episode features Zerlina Maxell in conversation with Samhita. They discuss how Hillary Clinton's campaign had more black women on staff than any other campaign in history, why white women being angry brings unification and how sexual assa
Samhita and Kate chat with writer and senior editor at Them Magazine, Meredith Talusan. From intersectionality to inclusion to placing minorities in leadership positions, this episode is jam packed. Learn more about the Nasty Women essay colle
Samhita and Kate chat with writer and senior editor at Them Magazine, Meredith Talusan. From intersectionality to inclusion to placing minorities in leadership positions, this episode is jam packed.Learn more about the Nasty Women essay collect
Samhita and Kate chat with Buzzfeed writer and author of "One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter," Scaachi Koul. The group chats about everything from body hair to diversity in media to why white people don't use Nivea Body Loti
What does reproductive justice mean? This week's episode seeks to answer that question with Pamela Merritt of Reproaction joining Kate and Samhita. Learn more about the Nasty Women essay collection here: http://bit.ly/FeminastyPodcast. This w
Dodai Stewart joins Kate and Samhita to talk about pop culture and staying inspired. Then, we hear what's making Kate and Samhita hopeful and what makes YOU all Nasty Women. Learn more about the Nasty Women essay collection here: http://bit.ly
This week, Kate and Samhita talk power in all its complex and varied forms. They're joined by Jezebel founder, Anna Holmes, who gives them the rundown of what it means to be a powerful woman in media and in life. Learn more about the Nasty Wom
This week, Kate and Samhita discuss Kate's viral tweet, sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and Samhita's hilarious feminist Halloween costume. Then, they are joined by Sara Benincasa, longtime comedian, writer and activist, to disc
This week on Feminasty, rapper and artist Miss Eaves (Shanthony Exum) joins Kate and Samhita to discuss art and creativity in our politically charged climate, plus body positivity and how women's bodies are attacked online. Learn more about t
Ann Friedman of the hit podcast "Call Your Girlfriend" chats with Kate and Samhita about self care and care packages when things feel really grim. The trio also gives concrete advice on what to do when your family and your politics don't necess
Being a feminist in Trump's America takes a great many things, but one quality it demands of everyone is courage. In this week's episode of Feminasty, co-hosts Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay welcome Jaclyn Friedman, host of the Unscrewe
Liz Plank of Vox Media joins Feminasty to talk about the importance of unplugging in the Trump era. Plus, Kate and Samhita discuss why Hugh Hefner was no feminist. Learn more about the Nasty Women essay collection: http://bit.ly/FeminastyPodca
This season on Feminasty, Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay talk revolution in Trump's America as we near the one-year anniversary of that infamous "Nasty Woman" comment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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