Capitalism has complicated our cultural definition of “glamour”—and in the process, it has corrupted how we see and express ourselves. Host Carmen Rios talks to journalist Tansy Hoskins, who’s the author of 2014’s Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitali
In the sixth episode of Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season, host Carmen Rios meets up with Davida Hall from Lipstick Lobby in Los Angeles—and finds out the stories behind each shade of the feminist beauty brand’s movement-oriented products. Use the c
Host Carmen Rios investigates the labor crises facing women who work in fashion’s supply chain—and challenges listeners to become part of a better fashion economy—in the fifth episode of Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season. Featuring: Ethan Snow (UNITE
In the fourth episode of Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season, host Carmen Rios heads to Oakland, California to visit feminist artist Michele Pred—and find out how she makes the political purses you’ve seen on red carpets and across the Internet.
Host Carmen Rios tries to figure out what sustainable fashion looks like—and assesses the devastating impacts of the industry on the planet—in the third episode of Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season. Featuring: Cat Chiang (The Restitchtance), Sarah Dup
In the second episode of Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season, host Carmen Rios explores the powerful potential of witchy beauty rituals—like hexing the patriarchy, carrying empowering talismans and invoking the names of powerful goddesses alone to yours
Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season is finally here—and in the first episode, host Carmen Rios charts the course toward a feminist future without diet culture. Tune in to hear from The F*ck-It Diet founder Caroline Dooner; Sabrina Strings, author of “Fe
With the 2020 election looming closer than ever, Popaganda host Carmen Rios calls up four women leading the fight for gender parity in politics—A’shanti Gholar, from EMERGE America; Erin Vilardi, of VoteRunLead; Aimee Allison, founder of She Th
Popaganda’s HEAT season comes to a fiery conclusion this week—with host Carmen Rios in conversation with a slew of inspiring feminist trailblazers. Inspired by her own crisis of conscience, and her own feelings of displacement and isolation in
Popaganda host Carmen Rios is taking listeners out for some mission-driven meals in the latest episode of the podcast's HEAT season. This week, she's joined by Miry's List Founder Miry Whitehill and Christy Anderson, who runs the organization's
This week, Popaganda’s HEAT season heads away from the fire—and marches directly toward the smoke. In this week’s episode, host Carmen Rios talks to a slew of “puffragettes” fighting to end the drug war, foster a more equitable cannabis industr
Popaganda’s HEAT season is back—and as burnt out as ever. Through conversations with feminist writers Feminista Jones and Tiana Clark, FRIDA Young Feminist Fund Senior Advocacy and Communications Officer Ledys Sanjuan, Feminist Oasis foun
Popaganda’s HEAT season marches on this week—and walks right into the bedroom. In the second episode, host Carmen Rios talks to "Wordslut" author Amanda Montell, sex educator and former rape crisis counselor Mala Munoz, Playboy features editor
Welcome to Popaganda's HEAT season! In the first episode, host Carmen Rios looks back on the impact of the Spice Girls as they enter into their reunion tour. 20 years after girl power became a global phenomena, she investigates the legacy of th
This week, Dahlia and Amy discuss E. Jean Carroll's cover story for New York Magazine about all of the hideous men from her life. Through her piercing and frank prose, Carroll shares an account of sexual assault at the small hands of Trump. How
This episode originally aired on August 3, 2017. The beach is supposed to be a place of relaxation. But, as we all know far too well, it’s also a place of high anxiety. Nothin’ puts body positive feelings to the test quite like slipping into wh
Originally broadcasted on November 10, 2016 We are here to make the future less terrible. This episode features guidance on talking to kids about all kinds of complicated issues. Writer and photographer Margaret Jacobsen explains how she spea
This episode originally aired on October 23, 2015. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself? Give me a break. What about being afraid of murder? Indefinite detention? Stand-up comedy? On this episode, we explore some of the many things tha
This episode was originally released on April 27, 2017. “Family values” has been co-opted by right-wing folks. But what the hell! Feminists have strong values, and we have strong families, too. On today’s episode, we’re queering family values
From Metropolis to Westworld, female robots have always played out complicated power dynamics onscreen. While the term “fembots” conjurs up the image of killer mechanical sex-kittens from Austin Powers, cinematic stories about female robots of
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