What do Chelsea Cain, Isa Chandra Moskowitz, and Tristan Taormino all have in common? Besides being awesome, they’ll all be in our new Popaganda podcast episodes this spring. That’s right, Popaganda is back and it’s going to be your favorite pop culture podcast.
It has been almost a year since we last put together a Popaganda podcast, but in our survey of hundreds of Bitch readers last summer, you all told us podcasts are a fun and important part of feminist media. Thanks to the generous support of our podcast sponsor She Bop, we’re able to commit to bringing the world a twice-monthly, professionally recorded and edited podcast starting April 3rd. Each show will run 20-30 minutes—perfect to listen to on your commute!
Our first four show themes are:
• MONOGAMY featuring sex expert and educator Tristan Taormino discussing the logistics of open relationships, Sex and Punishment author Eric Berkowitz on the legal history of monogamy, and n+1 writer Andrew Borinsky on the political role of monogamy in building support for same-sex marriage.
• THE DINNER PARTY featuring author Jane Gerhard talking about the landmark work of feminist art, contemporary artist Sophia Wallace on her new show Cliteracy, astounding vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz discussing real-life dinner parties and her food politics, and Bitch staffers Andi Zeisler and Kristin Rogers Brown dishing Gwyneth Paltrow and bragging about restrictive diets.
• WORDS WE HATE featuring various snack-size rants on words we hate, from the controversial (tits!) to the universally reviled (moist), as well as an interview with political cartoonist Matt Bors about picking our language battles.
Subscribe now to Bitch Radio in the iTunes store to hear the four new episodes this April and May!