26 episodes

What does the F-word mean to you? Journalist and activist Scarlett Curtis interviews inspiring women about what feminism means to them, and why it matters.
This podcast contains some strong opinions, very honest discussions and women who could change your life.
Order the book now: https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
Come see us live: https://www.feministsdontwear.pink/tour/
All royalties will go to the UN initiative Girl Up.

Feminists Don’t Wear Pink Scarlett Curtis

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 531 Ratings

What does the F-word mean to you? Journalist and activist Scarlett Curtis interviews inspiring women about what feminism means to them, and why it matters.
This podcast contains some strong opinions, very honest discussions and women who could change your life.
Order the book now: https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
Come see us live: https://www.feministsdontwear.pink/tour/
All royalties will go to the UN initiative Girl Up.

    9: Katherine Ryan, Konnie Huq and Aisling Bea

    9: Katherine Ryan, Konnie Huq and Aisling Bea

    This week's episode was recorded live at one of Scarlett's favourite places on earth - Latitude Festival! Scarlett's three guests are Katherine Ryan, Konnie Huq and Aisling Bea.
    Scarlett chats to her guests about being a 'minority', single parent families and sexism in the comedy world.

    • 47 min
    8: Lena Dunham

    8: Lena Dunham

    Actor, writer, director and producer Lena Dunham talks to Scarlett about chronic pain, living a life without regrets and handling criticism from the media. 
    Buy the book here:
    https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
    Download the audiobook:
    https://adbl.co/2SwRSv4 | https://apple.co/2SOv614

    • 40 min
    7: Candice Carty-Williams and June Sarpong

    7: Candice Carty-Williams and June Sarpong

    Author Candice Carty-Williams and writer and broadcaster June Sarpong join Scarlett live at the Nottingham Playhouse to discuss intersectional feminism, publishing and politics.
    Buy the book here:
    https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
    Download the audiobook:
    https://adbl.co/2SwRSv4 | https://apple.co/2SOv614

    • 38 min
    6: Munroe Bergdorf

    6: Munroe Bergdorf

    In this week’s episode of the Feminists Dont Wear Pink podcast, Scarlett interviews model and activist @MunroeBergdorf.
    Munroe talks about inclusive feminism, the importance of the three ‘S’s of self-care and being an activist.
    Recorded live at the Dance House Theatre in Manchester. 
    Buy the book here:
    https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
    Download the audiobook:
    https://adbl.co/2SwRSv4 | https://apple.co/2SOv614

    • 37 min
    5: Keira Knightley

    5: Keira Knightley

    This week on the Feminists Don't Wear Pink podcast, Scarlett Curtis meets actor Keira Knightley whose raw piece on childbirth in the book attracted so much attention last year when the media immediately pitted against the Duchess of Cambridge who gave birth on the same day. 
    As well as discussing this pervasive media stereotype of female competition, Keira shares her experiences of shame, sexual objectification and motherhood.
    Buy the book here:
    https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
    Download the audiobook:
    https://adbl.co/2SwRSv4 | https://apple.co/2SOv614

    • 50 min
    4: Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower

    4: Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower

    It’s another live episode of the Feminists Don't Wear Pink podcast – this time Scarlett interviews Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower, the unstoppable author, speaker and creator of global body positivity movement #SaggyBoobsMatter.
    The episode was recorded live at The Donmar Warehouse in Seven Dials.
    Buy the book here:
    https://amzn.to/2CVYBYe | https://apple.co/2OOgjhC
    Download the audiobook: 
    https://adbl.co/2SwRSv4 | https://apple.co/2SOv614
     

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
531 Ratings

531 Ratings

AdjPeadu ,

Surprisingly A-list guests BUT ultimately disappointing

I say this with sincerest respect (because I see the host means well) but this podcast embodies more signalling of progressivism, intersectionality and inclusivity than it actually has the capacity for challenging and urgent conversations about issues affecting women from all walks of life. In a word, this feminist chat is very basic. As a disabled black woman, the conversation with Lena Dunham in particular reminded me why I’m wary of (and ultimately stopped) listening to feminist content by white women.

dolpin girl 19 ,

Ivy

I think it’s different to the other podcasts and makes you want to keep listening

Florenne ,

AMAZING

This podcast is so inspirational! All the women and Scarlett are inspiring and give such insight into feminism and society in ways I had not thought of before. I love it ! Also listening to podcasts makes me feel like my life is together

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