Bey's Announcement & Sundance Showdown
Sound the air horn and let the confetti fly, Dahlia and Amy talk about Beyoncé's beautiful pregnancy announcement and what's behind the imagery with Cate Young, Bitch Media's 2016 Pop Culture Criticism Fellow.
Chaos. We spend so much energy trying to avoid it. Both in politics and in our personal lives, things rarely go as planned. That doesn’t stop us from trying, from willing and working to make things people and countries fall in line. But often chaos is just what we need.
Chaos is the theme of our winter issue. This episode highlights three writers from the issue: Bani Amor on the human causes of so-called "natural" disasters, Sarah Jaffe on her book Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt, and Cate Young on the trend of ironic misandry. Listen in!
The Good, The Bad & The Messy Awards
Before we leave 2016 behind for good, let’s breakdown of the good, the bad and the hot mess we witnessed this year. Guests Cate Young and April Reign join host Raquel Willis.
Patti’s Pies,White Girl Tears and NBPoC F*ckery, Oh My!
This week, Black Girl Dangerous Mia McKenzie and guests Jamie Nesbitt Golden and Cate Young discuss Patti’s Pies, Empire, why white women don’t need to have opinions on how black women celebrate each other, Aziz Ansari’s new show and non-Black PoC f*ckery!
White Celebrity “Allyship”
Black Girl Dangerous Mia McKenzie and guests N’Jaila Rhee, CarmenLeah Ascencio and Cate Young discuss Ben Carson’s new “urban” radio ad, the Daniel Holtzclaw case, Matt McGorry and white celebrity “allyship” and why Amber Rose may be exactly the feminist we need right now.
Why We Don’t Trust Hillary
Listen to Black Girl Dangerous herself—Mia McKenzie—and guests Jamie Nesbitt Golden, Reagan Gomez and Cate Young discuss the Democratic debate, why we don’t trust Hillary Clinton, Quentin Tarantino and the importance of controlling our own narratives as marginalized people, Ellen Degeneres’ racist Nicki Minaj skit and more!
Solidarity is for Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus – you can do what you want at your party, but some hella smart women are gonna call you out for it, and you better listen! Hear how one feminist blogger went viral for calling Miley out on her racist appropriations in her VMA performance… and reminded white feminists to not forget black women in the struggle.