Feminist Frequency Radio is coming for your media. Each week, Anita Sarkeesian and Kat Spada invite you to listen in on their entertaining and stimulating conversations about films, games, and TV—from the latest blockbusters to classic hidden gems, and more. They’ll be bringing their distinctly different feminist perspectives to the mix as they celebrate and critique it all. With special guests including media critics, entertainers, academics, and everyone in between, Feminist Frequency Radio is there to help you dig deeper into the things you love. Warning: Feminist Frequency Radio may significantly enhance your media experience.
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This installment of “Machos: Fully Loaded” is for mature listeners only because we’re talking about exotic dancers, adult film stars, and machos who engage in sex work. From Magic Mike and Boogie Nights to more triple-X-rated arthouse picks, we’re ta... more
It’s the first episode of this season of Feminist Frequency Radio, presenting “Machos: Fully Loaded!” This week we’re going back to high school, getting to know some of the moodiest machos of all: teen machos! From big men on campus to the bad boys u... more
Feminist Frequency Radio’s Kat Spada and special guest A.C. Lamberty introduce you to a brand new season of the podcast with a different spin. For the next several episodes, we will be bringing you all of the feminist media criticism goodness you cra... more
It’s difficult for me to accept how much this show has changed over the years. I miss the video game reviews and discussion and I’m disappointed that they don’t cover games anymore—it wasn’t just Carolyn, Anita used to be a gamer too. The only time they’ve covered any games in the past year or so, they had random people on discussing random games that no one cares about. more
Love listening, so many great perspectives.
But please fix the mic volume issue on the latest (Dune) episode and re-upload it! I can’t be the only person who couldn’t listen to it because the switching between hosts—who were quiet—and guest—VERY loud—hurt my ears!
Terrific hosts. I don’t always agree with them but the conversations they start are important conversations to have. I thank them for making me more aware of others’ perspectives and for helping me better understand my own convictions.
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Feminist Frequency Radio launched 5 years ago and published 243 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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