When women organize, they are a force to be reckoned with. From the suffragettes to the women behind the modern Civil Rights movement, we look at the history of women organizing.
Must be the season of the witch. Anney and Samantha look at the intersection of witches and exploitation throughout history and the current cultural moment they're having.
In the era of social distancing and virtual hanging out, are there rules and ettiquette? Anney and Samantha share there own personal rules and tips for connecting during quarantine.
During this time of social isolation and stress during the pandemic, more people than ever are turning to online gaming for a vitual space to grieve and to connect. Anney and Samantha look at the benefits of online gaming and the harassment women and marginalized communites still face. We also …
For this month's book club pick, Anney and Samantha unpack Robin DiAngelo's 'White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism'.
For this Monday Mini, here's a primer/refresher on protesting and other ways of resisting.
Losing a romantic partner is one of the most traumatic, life-altering events someone can go through. Anney and Samantha talk about the widowhood effect and look at the impact of lost love on women in particular.
In this update, we cover a wide range of topics like US Women's National Soccer Team, sex dolls in sports stadiums, politics, problematic celebrities, leadership during Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter.
A recent survey found that even though Covid-19 might be deadlier for men, they are less likely to wear masks and observe social distancing. Anney and Samantha look into why that might be.
In this edition of Feminist Movie Friday, Anney and Samantha continue their witch streak with The VVitch. Come and live deliciously with us. Butter not included.
This month's book is Glennon Doyle's Untamed. Anney and Samantha delve into themes like love, religion, spirituality, feminism and the taming and untaming of women.
Anney and Samantha open up about pandemic guilt.
Why are women twice as likely to experience chronic anxiety? In this classic episode, Cristen and Caroline share their own experiences with long-term anxiety, whether female anxiety is more nature or nurture and how to manage its persistent symptoms.
No, this is the Princess Leia episode you're looking for. In Part 2 of our deep dive on Princess Leia, we talk about the infamous metal bikini in Return of Jedi, the feminism of Princess Leia and her transition to General Organa, Carrie Fisher, and Anney shares with Samantha her …
Katie Lowes, famously known for her role as Quinn Perkins on Scandal, is back with a third season of Katie’s Crib! An array of knowledgeable experts and engaging guests offer experiences and perspective to help parents navigate taking care of their kids and themselves – even in the most trying …
A not so long time ago, in a galaxy not far, far away, two podcasters came together to disucss the feminism of the original badass princess icon, Leia Organa from the Star Wars universe. Because Anney has been dreaming of this day for so long, it's a two-parter. In this …
Anney and Samantha give a rundown on the history of Title IX, what it entails, and what's going on with it now.
Friend of the show and co-campaign manager of the anti-displacement advocacy group CityRoots ATL Melody Bray joins us to talk about the feminism of housing displacement, gentrification, housing and rental rights during COVID-19, and how we can advocate.
The majority of essential work during this pandemic is being done by women and specifically women of color. Anney and Samantha delve into the data on essential workers, job loss, small business and mask-making when it comes to women.
From quarantine baes to an increase in porn consumption, horniness seems to be on the rise during this time of isolation. Anney and Samantha look into the science of why that might be and get real personal.