100 episodes

Bitch Media is a feminist response to pop culture, home to whip-smart writers, artists, and activists who analyze popular media with an eye on gender, race, class, and sexuality. A new Bitch podcast comes out every Thursday: Popaganda is a 45-minute in-depth exploration of themes ranging from stand-up comedy to sex work and Backtalk is our quick, fun conversation about the week in pop culture.

Backtalk Bitch Media

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 394 Ratings

Bitch Media is a feminist response to pop culture, home to whip-smart writers, artists, and activists who analyze popular media with an eye on gender, race, class, and sexuality. A new Bitch podcast comes out every Thursday: Popaganda is a 45-minute in-depth exploration of themes ranging from stand-up comedy to sex work and Backtalk is our quick, fun conversation about the week in pop culture.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
394 Ratings

394 Ratings

thatkidwholikesart ,

*Feminist cheering*

I really enjoy listening to this podcast especially after a long day of people telling me to “calm down” after my passion filled feminist rants about the injustices of the world (sorry for the run on sentence 😂) . I also listen to them as a stress reliever, it’s what got me through high school finals week. It makes me feel less alone in my beliefs thank you Amy and Dahlia!!!

lewaer ,

I’ve tried.

I think I’m just not the market for this podcast though I wish it were more inclusive. Giggling hosts. Magic wand noises. Arguing over random frivolous issues. I just can’t. Clearly this appeals to many. And I’m glad it exists for those folks. But I find this feminist lite agenda disengaging and inauthentic not to mention uninspiring and dumbed down. I wish more for our movement.

Ms ET ,

Like my best friends

I don’t even remember when I found this podcast, but I only recently started listening to it the past couple months and I’ve binged all episodes. It’s always on point. I’m a high school teacher (the only teacher of color in the building, one of the few who work avidly in the district - so the emotional labor is tough) with a long commute and listening to both Amy and Dahlia while I commute to and from work not only makes me feel like I’m with my best friends, but with adults who just GET IT. After teaching fifteen and sixteen year olds to be decent human beings, it’s always nice to just listen and digress, nod and feel heard by these two. Thank you!!!

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