Popaganda

Popaganda Episode: Image

Why do images have such power? In this episode, comics collective Ladydrawers, Australian felt-tip-marker artist TextaQueen, and colorism researcher ... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Rethinking Yoga

Yoga is a butt of a lot of jokes in our pop culture—the sexy pants! The downward dog!—but its reach into our society is both deep and powerful: 20.4 million Americans do yoga, 82 percent of whom are women. This... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Intersections

In this historic week of Supreme Court decisions on marriage equality and the Voting Rights Act, we're thinking a lot about intersections. More than ever, it's clear that making America a more equal union means defending the civil rights of everyone—not benefitting one group of... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Scouts

Five million American kids are members of Girl Scouts of the USA and Boy Scouts of America. As the Boy Scouts of America's homophobia has become a national issue, we ask: is scouting still relevant? How can scouting be more inclusive? We talk with two young girl scouts, whip-smart troop leader... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Nerds!

Nerds are the kings of our culture these days—but what is a nerd, exactly, and who gets to call themselves one? This show digs into gender, race, and nerdery with an organizer of GeekGirlCon, comedy nerd... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: The Dinner Party, Featuring Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Feast on feminist art and food politics! The first course of this Popaganda episode savors artist Judy Chicago's influential work The Dinner Party with author Jane Gerhard, then gets a taste of modern feminist... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Words We Hate

We all have words we love and words we hate. On this episode of Popaganda, we dig into those words we just can't stand, from “moist” to “exotic.” In addition to ragging on words submitted by readers and friends, we discuss language with New York Times Magazine columnist... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Pulp, Featuring Chelsea Cain and Laura Lippman

The best stories are the juicy ones. This episode of our feminist pop culture podcast is all about pulp (timely, right?). We talk with best-selling thriller writer Chelsea Cain about how her pregnancy inspired her to get started writing gory... Read more »

New Bitch Radio Popaganda Episode: Monogamy!

Our Popaganda relaunch kicks off with a bang: This episode digs into issues of monogamy. We tend to take monogamy for granted as a goal of relationships, but that's in part because it's an idea that been carefully constructed and policed throughout history. On this 20-... Read more »

Bitch Media's Podcast "Popaganda" Launches April 3rd!

What do Chelsea Cain, Isa Chandra Moskowitz, and Tristan Taormino all have in common? Besides being awesome, they’ll all be in our new ... Read more »

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