20 Best Intersectional Feminist Podcasts
Intersectional Feminist Podcasts
Here are 20 Best Intersectional Feminist Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
Polyester is a self-published, intersectional feminist arts and culture publication aiming to bridge the gap of URL cyberfeminism with the IRL world. Tune in to hear from your favorite artists on the issues they care about. The Polyester Podcast is brought to you by Editor in Chief Ione Gamble and produced by Olivia Graham. Have faith in your own bad taste!
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Play⋅ 8.7K⋅ 7.8K ⋅1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 31 min Get Email Contact
Are you tired of reading the same angsty hero narrative over and over again? So are we. That's why we're examining stories that feature rebellious heroines through an intersectional feminist lens. In this podcast, we will go deep into the latest bestsellers, comic books, and English class-worthy literature without taking ourselves too seriously. It's a book club for feminist literary nerds.
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Play⋅ 174⋅ 402 ⋅1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 39 min Get Email Contact
In this podcast your hosts Nishtha and Pragya will be talking, debating, discussing and dissecting the important concept of intersectionality, how it plays into different spheres of our lives, and also how feminism isn't really feminism without intersectionality. Tune in, as we talk to experts and guests about concepts, lived experiences and varied stories!
Play⋅ 89.7K⋅ 51.4K ⋅1 episode / day ⋅ Avg Length 37 min ⋅ Aug 2020 Get Email Contact
Flow is the latest intersectional feminist group at the University of Southern California. We will be discussing a variety of topics based on our own experiences and research compiled by our members.
Play 1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 24 min Get Email Contact
Roughly one in 10 Aussies come from somewhere in Asia, yet when you look at our representation on TV, film, radio and literature, you'd think we were completely non-existent. What do you do when the world doesn't give you the space to be heard? You make your own space. Each week, sisters and Sydney locals Helen Stenbeck and Jessie Tu give searing intersectional feminist critiques on social and cultural issues relevant to those living in Australia and abroad. Join us as we traverse the complex intersectionality of gender, race and culture.
Play⋅ 194⋅ 18 ⋅2 episodes / week ⋅ Avg Length 50 min Get Email Contact
The goal of this podcast is a pretty simple one: We hope to bring an intersectional feminist analysis to important social, economic and community issues impacting all of us here in Waterloo Region. This podcast uses a gendered lens to bring these issues to the forefront where we will discuss, reflect and create action. Each episode, we'll chat on feminist topics and interview advocates involved in the feminist movement who have a stake locally, as well as those who have knowledge that can help our region evolve.
Play⋅ 218⋅ 470 ⋅1 episode / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 47 min Get Email Contact
we admitted--recovering our humanity and creating connection one bold admission at a time. Two intersectional feminist writers, one mixed, one white, each with a decade plus in recovery from alcohol, drugs, eating disorders, and the racist capitalist heteropatriarchy that raised us, honestly explore how curiosity, community, and art are the powers that heal. You can't save your ass and your face at the same time. We're here for the asses.
Play 3 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 46 min Get Email Contact
Intersectional feminist podcast ft 2 badass womxn in the best state you'll ever try to live in (but you can't 'because the winters are horrible').
Play⋅ 175 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 73 min Get Email Contact
9. Surly Voices
Tampa, Florida, US
Surly Voices is the radio version of the Facebook group Surly Feminists for the Revolution(R), an Intersectional Feminist group.
Play⋅ 26.8K⋅ 11.1K ⋅1 episode / week Get Email Contact
Brown Don't Frown was borne out of a personal journey with womanhood. As a British Bangladeshi, navigating mainstream Feminism often felt exclusionary to me because it didn't seem to value the experiences or views which shaped my grandmother's, aunts', mother's or friends' lives. Through this podcast, we seek to build a more inclusive discourse, which breaks down presumptions about different cultures, and shines a positive light on the stories of underrepresented women.
Play⋅ 506 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 49 min Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Welcome to Alright, Now What?, a podcast from the Canadian Women's Foundation. Every other Wednesday our experts will put an intersectional feminist lens on one topic we've all been hearing about. The issues and stories that just seem to keep resurfacing and make you wonder Why is this still happening? How is it possible we haven't fixed this yet? We're going to explore the systemic roots of these issues and strategies for change.
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Play⋅ 29.3K⋅ 26K ⋅1 episode / day ⋅ Avg Length 18 min Get Email Contact
12. Hysterical Woman
Intersectional feminist podcast aiming to amplify marginalised voices that are often overlooked.
Play 1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 33 min Get Email Contact
Unbreaking Media is a podcast from digital magazine The Conversationalist that examines politics and culture through an intersectional feminist lens. Hosted by executive director Anna Lind-Guzik and featuring a rotating cast of expert guests, each weekly episode provides a smart, compassionate exploration of the ideas and institutions that shape our lives.
Play⋅ 3.4K ⋅5 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 41 min Get Email Contact
Latina intersectional feminist, media scholar, and media maker Maggi Delgado, hosts these bilingual interview and storytelling podcasts. In Mixing it Up with Maggi, she interviews her peers and experts on various topics, all through an intersectional feminist point of view. TV that Made Us is a nostalgic and analytical look at retro TV narratives that have shaped millennials.
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Brooklyn, New York, US
A monthly book club discussion from Cafe Con Libros, an Intersectional Feminist Bookstore and Coffee Shop in Brooklyn.Each month, Kalima DeSuze along with a community member, take a deep dive into the Feminist & Bookish subscription pick. Using an intersectional lens, the peer reflects on pressing themes, key takeaways, and the changing face of Feminism.
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Bristol, England, UK
here we discuss everything intersectional feminist and music industry related. Hosted By Just A Girl Podcast.
Play⋅ 438 ⋅4 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 48 min Get Email Contact
The DFN Podcast addresses biased data practices and explores inclusion strategies through an intersectional feminist lens. We discuss emerging trends on topics such as data innovation, participatory governance, and misinformation.
Play⋅ 102⋅ 1.6K ⋅15 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 25 min Get Email Contact
Exploring Star Trek through an intersectional feminist lens. Engage!
Play⋅ 4.7K⋅ 6.1K ⋅1 episode / year ⋅ Avg Length 61 min Get Email Contact
Two Queer friends with the Atlantic Ocean in between them, discussing how technology is changing society, from an intersectional feminist perspective. Each episode we bring you friendly conversations about a different theme on human lives on the Internet.
Play⋅ 35⋅ 457 ⋅1 episode / year ⋅ Avg Length 50 min Get Email Contact
Seattle, Washington, US
The Electorette is a new podcast about politics, intersectionality, and feminism. The Electorette features interviews and conversations with the women leading the resistance. They are passionate about equality, voting rights, climate change, access to healthcare & reproductive rights, and all issues that make a healthy democracy.
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Play⋅ 200⋅ 6K ⋅5 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 33 min ⋅ Aug 2017 Get Email Contact
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