4th Wave Feminism \"the Podcast\" is an often comedic and always thoughtful discussion between a knowledgeable feminist (Sara) and her less knowledgeable co-host (Jason). Despite glaring differences of opinion they refuse to end each episode until they agree on the topic at hand. If you like discussing social change that works for everyone (even the sexists), then this podcast is for you!
4th Wave Feminism #15 - Police
Sara and Jason discuss police and racism.
4th Wave Feminism #14 - Aziz Ansari
Sara wanted this note included because we recorded this pre-Brett Kavanuagh hearings [it's kind of a spoiler so feel free to read it after you've listened]:
In light of new info I want to change my ultimate answer, but I feel this accurately captures how I felt then. But wow, has the world ever moved on since we recorded this!
Got to go back work, but I’d be happy to have this go out with a note that says “Time’s up Aziz, you lost me”
4th Wave Feminism #13 - Denmark
This episode is about feminsim in Denmark as described by our amazing guest Anna, who lives in Denmark.
4th Wave Feminism #12 - Post Election (Unedited!)
4th Wave Feminism #11 - Hillary Part 2
4th Wave Feminism #10 - Hillary Part 1
I have only listened to one podcast from the series thus far - on Mens Rights Activists - but it is so thoughtful, balanced and informed I wanted to leave a review to express my appreciation before continuing to listen to the others. The format of dialogue between a knowledgeable feminist and a male ally works really well for me. Thank you for taking time to make these conversations available. It is really appreciated.
Listening currently to the Men’s Rights episode, it could have been an interesting discussion but unfortunately the female host is pretty unbearable in regards to pushing an agenda, coming across as a pretty “typical” insular feminist driven solely by the interests of feminism. Too many baseless statements and too much sloganeering and she is either woefully ill informed or being purposefully misleading.
The male host missed a huge opportunity to challenge her on a lot of what she claims but he seems afraid to do so.
It might get better as the episode progresses but it’s not looking too promising as I reach the halfway point.
The biggest issue I have is the woman seems to be ardent in her misguided belief that the route to addressing the multitude of male-centric issues and inequalities we face in society, is to force men into her version of a feminist gulag.
If you want a nuanced and balanced discussion on an important topic, look elsewhere.