Some Intersectional Podcasts To Take Home

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Following the last Intersectional Film Event, I thought it would be helpful to share a list of Intersectional Podcasts for any of those that would like to continue the conversation.

 

 

  • 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens features interviews with comedians, “about sex, romance, race, hair journeys, living in New York and Billy Joel,” according to WNYC‘s website.

 

 

  • Bad Fat Broads

If you’re into body positivity Bad Fat Broads is for you. Delve into “the bad fat b*tch perspective on everything important,” and it’s just as unapologetically, gloriously feminist as it sounds.

 

 

  • The Soul Glo Project

The Soul Glo Project is a podcast that celebrates diversity in comedy through inclusion.

 

 

  • Black Girl Nerds

According to their website, Black Girl Nerds is, “a place for women of color with various eccentricities to express themselves freely and embrace who they are.”

 

 

  • Sooo Many White Guys

According to WNYC Studios’ press release, the podcast highlights, “trailblazing women, people of color and members of the LGBTQ+ community.”

 

 

  • .femm

According to their website, .femm is a “feminist cyberqueer nerd palooza.”

 

  • Code Switch

NPR’s Code Switch is hosted by a team of seven journalists covering race, ethnicity and culture.

 

 

  • Another Round With Heben And Tracy

The podcast tackles all the topics an intersectional feminist could want: Gender, race, politics, and pop culture.

 

 

  • Call Your Girlfriend

Weekly podcast discusses pop culture and politics through a feminist lens. The podcast celebrates the power of female friendship.

 

 

  • Strange Fruit

Strange Fruit discusses politics, sexuality, race, and more each week. Along with commentary on current news and black gay culture, episodes have covered everything from the symbolism of Beyoncé’s Lemonade to STI testing in the disabled community.

 

Words by Michael Ukaegbu.