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What's everyone's favorite podcasts for women?
January 9, 2016
9:47 am
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just a girl
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February 24, 2014

Love Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette–she used to write Life Less Bullshit. They're longer episodes, but a lot of good stuff in there from entrepreneurial women (and a few men). She also kind of says "like" a lot, but I think she's gotten better in season 2 now that she's more comfortable. 

January 9, 2016
12:46 pm
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Popcorn
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Meows: 24
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November 7, 2014

JV Club with Janet Varney. She interviews semi-famous people about their high school years. She only interviews women 3/4 of the year and then does a "boys of summer" series during June-July-August. Really good stuff and not just the normal interviewy banter–she makes people talk about the horribleness that is being a teenager.

January 24, 2016
6:18 am
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ethereality
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 209
Snarking Since:
June 11, 2014

Thanks for all the responses! I've been super busy and just now checked the thread. I'll def be looking into the suggestions :)

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January 24, 2016
7:53 pm
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legsfordays
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Meows: 127
Snarking Since:
May 8, 2014

Spawned – it's the podcast with Liz Gumbiner (sp?) of the Jon Armstrong current girlfriend fame. I actually really like the podcast, it's light hearted and entertaining.

January 26, 2016
7:37 pm
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her?
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October 27, 2014

Ah Wilderness meowed
I second the recommendation for The Broad Experience.

Additional recommendations are:

- Another Round (not specifically *for* women but has two female hosts and they talk a lot about their experiences both as women and as people of color. subject matter is a grab bag, overall culture stuff)

- I Guess We're Grown-Ups Now ("a podcast about being the kind of grown-ups we want to be", hosted by two women)

- Less Than or Equal (about discussing/celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of minorities in the tech industry and other generally geeky people, hosted by a woman. not all interview subjects identify as female but are all minorities in one way or another.)

- Popaganda (B***h Magazine's feminist podcast that's a response to pop culture)

- Rocket (tech podcast hosted by three women)

Another Round is my absolute FAVORITE podcast. 

 

I love Call Your Girlfriend, too, but they talk about Hillary Clinton way too much. 

January 26, 2016
8:49 pm
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lonewolf
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Meows: 37
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August 21, 2012

I'm newly addicted to SRSLY podcast. It's a pop culture podcast with two English women. I heard about it on Another Round … I think. It's not necessarily for women, but …

January 28, 2016
10:50 pm
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BuffySummers
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Meows: 205
Snarking Since:
January 14, 2013

The Shepod with Rachael and Sara

 

Sassy, smart, hilarious ladies. It's really conversational and fun and they feed really well off each other. Rachael used to blog and she had a pretty big following back in the blogging heyday. I think Sara used to blog regularly, but I wasn't familiar with her before I started listening.

It's great!

February 3, 2016
3:10 pm
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Uplift Mofo Party Planner
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Meows: 54
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January 20, 2016

I don't think my fave podcasts are necessarily for women, but here goes:

 

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald (listened since she started, too funny)

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered (her voice bothers me and I am not really a fan of hers per se but I like her podcast)

B***h Sesh (this is hilarious)

Anna Faris Unqualified (she is waaaaay dirty in her podcast but it's entertaining. UGH, her laugh though!)

I was really into Straight Talk with Ross Mathews but it got boring really quickly…

February 14, 2016
5:15 pm
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bethville
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 377
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September 15, 2014

Does anyone listen to Haha's for Hoohas? I think it's hilarious for moms. Does anyone know of another podcast similar to it? I hate waiting a week between episodes!

February 14, 2016
6:19 pm
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Thus, coma.
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Meows: 646
Snarking Since:
June 16, 2014

There's a new one called Still Buffering that's produced by the Maximum Fun network (I love a lot of their podcasts). It's two sisters, one is 15 and the other is I think in her early 30s, and they talk about the experience of being a teenage girl now vs. ~15 years ago. Different topic each week.

 

I think it's great for teenagers, adult women who were teenagers in the 90s/early 00s, and parents of teens. They're both really smart and really funny ladies.

February 16, 2016
5:42 pm
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SnarkySushiRoll
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Meows: 33
Snarking Since:
July 16, 2014

ethereality meowed
For the past couple of years I've been listening religiously to:
– Stuff Mom Never Told You
– The History Chicks

 

+1 on Stuff Mom Never Told you!!! They are fantastic! kiss

March 1, 2016
2:12 pm
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#lookatme
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Meows: 16
Snarking Since:
November 21, 2013

bethville meowed
Does anyone listen to Haha's for Hoohas? I think it's hilarious for moms. Does anyone know of another podcast similar to it? I hate waiting a week between episodes!

 

Just wanted to say thank you for this suggestion!  I just listened to the most recent episode and I am laughing out loud at my desk lol  I would also love to hear of any other similar podcasts to that because it is hilarious and keeping me entertained while I work

March 1, 2016
3:26 pm
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much hygge
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Meows: 37
Snarking Since:
July 10, 2015

I'm listening to Haha's for Hoohas. Big mistake to start it on my hall-walking break in the government building in which I work. smiley-laughing004I'm the idiot walking down the hall laughing. Thanks for the recommendation!

Formerly hygge


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