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, 492 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.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
492 Ratings

492 Ratings

Little Polska ,

Fabulous!

I stumbled on Scarlett’s Series a few weeks ago after joining a local women’s organisation as a volunteer. Asked during my interview what my understanding of feminism was and I’m embarrassed to say, I hadn’t ever really thought about it. Since that day I’ve immersed myself in anything feminist and anything woman and can confidently say, “ I am a feminist”. Scarlett’s interviews are interesting, accessible, down to earth and highlight that feminism is for all, bringing down the myths. I have listened to every episode and felt every emotion. Truly enjoyed them all... super amazing guests.

ewan whose army ,

Powerful, funny, intelligent and witty

Love this, I binge listened to it over last few days. Scarlett Curtis is such a great speaker with an incredibly important message, delivered in a very personable way. It’s not just for women, I am a man and believe that much of the charm is how accessible the subject matter is. Each episode is raw, honest and thoughtful but the reason why I wrote the review is that above all, its inspiring

Sarah.hapypoo ,

Disappointed

Very disappointed with this podcast. I find Scarlett to just agree along with the guests even when they are out of line. Horrified that Chidera Eggerue was given an episode after tweeting ‘If men are committing s*icide because they can’t cry, how’s it my concern?’ In response to the male suicide epidemic.
I find this type of ‘feminism’ horrific and dangerous. Chidera suggested that pairing with a wealthier partner so she doesn’t have to be a ‘mule’ is the way forward as, as a black woman she doesn’t have equal opportunity. This irritates me so much! Why should we lean on a partner to be the ‘mule’? Shouldn’t we be urging all women to be independent or go for whatever jobs they want? This is 2019!

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