42 episodes

Hi, I’m EmRata, aka Emily Ratajkowski. Maybe you know me from my work as an actress or model, or maybe you’ve read my bestselling book, My Body. I’m interested in marrying everything high and low brow by talking pop culture and happenings that may seem frivolous in a way that raises big questions.

On this podcast, I’ll be talking everything from politics, philosophy, and feminism to sex, TikTok and relationships. Every Tuesday, I’ll host intimate conversations with special guests, including celebs, incredible authors, close friends, and people I admire. In the week’s second episode, I’ll talk about whatever’s happening in the world and what it’s making me think about, including anecdotes, personal opinions and, ideally, some thought provoking questions. Finally, you can subscribe to a third exclusive episode each week where you get to be part of the show. I’ll go through your comments and answer your DMs.

My hope is that this series will be a place where you can come to have fun and take part in thoughtful discourse.

High Low with EmRata is a Sony Music Entertainment, Somethin' Else, and Bitch Era Media production.

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Hi, I’m EmRata, aka Emily Ratajkowski. Maybe you know me from my work as an actress or model, or maybe you’ve read my bestselling book, My Body. I’m interested in marrying everything high and low brow by talking pop culture and happenings that may seem frivolous in a way that raises big questions.

On this podcast, I’ll be talking everything from politics, philosophy, and feminism to sex, TikTok and relationships. Every Tuesday, I’ll host intimate conversations with special guests, including celebs, incredible authors, close friends, and people I admire. In the week’s second episode, I’ll talk about whatever’s happening in the world and what it’s making me think about, including anecdotes, personal opinions and, ideally, some thought provoking questions. Finally, you can subscribe to a third exclusive episode each week where you get to be part of the show. I’ll go through your comments and answer your DMs.

My hope is that this series will be a place where you can come to have fun and take part in thoughtful discourse.

High Low with EmRata is a Sony Music Entertainment, Somethin' Else, and Bitch Era Media production.

Subscribe to ‘High Low: Talk Back’ for exclusive extra episodes every week. Plus, you’ll get all episodes of High Low ad-free.

To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.com

Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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    Talk Back: Identity, Feminism, and Sexualization

    Talk Back: Identity, Feminism, and Sexualization

    "In this episode of talkback I’m going to be reading a couple submissions, responding to a voice note and we're going to be diving into the comment section around the Bella Thorne episode.
    Thank you all for listening and go to HighLow.fm to submit your voice notes. I look forward to hearing from all of you. "

    Why Aren't Women Allowed to Wrinkle? EmRata Asks

    Why Aren't Women Allowed to Wrinkle? EmRata Asks

    Women and femme presenting people spend billions of dollars annually to try and appear younger and slow down the inevitable: aging. Today I reference some of my favorite writing on women and getting older and talk about why so may of us fear losing our youth and discuss the how (and if!) we can change the way we think about age and beauty.
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    • 20 min
    Tommy Dorfman

    Tommy Dorfman

    Like "the twink of the moment." This is how Tommy felt just before her gender transition. This week we discuss navigating gender identity, her decision to transition, and the complications that surround transitioning as a public persona. We also cover her struggles with drug addiction, her casting in 13 Reasons Why, and her future as a writer and director.
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    • 35 min
    Talk Back: Porn, Dissociating and Kinks

    Talk Back: Porn, Dissociating and Kinks

    This Week I had very interesting submissions. I had one listener call in and ask if porn contributes to rape culture. Another listener dissociates during sex and wants to know how we can make sex for women more about enjoyment and our last call in is from someone is interested in kinks.

    Dating in the public eye?

    Dating in the public eye?

    The truth about having your love life on blast? It’s pretty weird. I allude to my dating life a lot on the show but I wanted to take the opportunity this week to talk to all of you about what it’s really like to be dating in the public eye. I discuss paparazzi, dating multiple people at the same time Lori Harvey and Taylor swift, ofc.
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    • 21 min
    Jeremy O. Harris

    Jeremy O. Harris

    When asked what Slave Play is about, Jeremy O. Harris responds, “Slave Play is a slave play. And you should go see it.” The play, which wrestled with sex and race, was as controversial as it was successful. Today we talk about his time spent at the Yale School of Drama, the origins of Slave Play, his approach to writing and much more.
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    • 39 min

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