Problematic faves, dissident feminism, and poodle interruptions: this is Feminine Chaos, featuring cultural commentary from Phoebe Maltz Bovy and Kat Rosenfield. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Kat and Phoebe are thoughtful, funny, and have original takes on cultural controversies. They get to know the topics really well before discussing them and have often written their own articles about them. Super-interesting and definitely one of my favorite podcasts!
This podcast is a breath of fresh air. I'm a woman in my thirties who has always been very politically progressive, but I'm unsettled by the bullying tactics and subtle misogyny and homophobia I've encountered in "social justice warrior" culture. It's nice to hear other women talk frankly about these issues. I don't always agree with everything they say, but I enjoy their overall take on things. more
I just found this podcast and I love it. But nothing new since January? Come back, please!!
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I've been a fan of Bloggingheads since inception and have enjoyed Rosenfield and Maltz Bovy in all their incarnations. However there's an unfortunate irony in their choice of name for their show: so far from chaotic, their greatest weakness is their halting, tentative approach to their subject matter. So often I see the show description and am excited for the subjects they intend to explore only to be frustrated by their recursive and self-conscious and meandering exploration that never really c... more
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