23 episodes

Two Bitter Brown Femmes aim to dismantle -isms while running their mouths. Coming at you with critique and commentary of social justice, pop culture, and Latinx/Xicanx issues/cultura from a comedic lens.
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Contact Us at: BitterBrownFemmes@gmail.com

Bitter Brown Femmes Bitter Brown Femmes

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 206 Ratings

Two Bitter Brown Femmes aim to dismantle -isms while running their mouths. Coming at you with critique and commentary of social justice, pop culture, and Latinx/Xicanx issues/cultura from a comedic lens.
Support us at: patreon.com/BitterBrownFemmes
Contact Us at: BitterBrownFemmes@gmail.com

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
206 Ratings
206 Ratings
pancake_puppy ,

Thinking Beyond Mazapan and Nopal Activism

I’ve been listening to this Podcast since its inception, and it’s the show that got me into listening to Podcasts to begin with. I exclusively made a Twitter to follow Ruben and Cassandra, as I love keeping up with their takes. They will push you to reevaluate your beliefs in the best way, as they critically analyze contemporary politics and what it means to be intersectional. Every time I listen to a new episode of theirs, I learn and unlearn so many concepts. They make you think beyond “Concha activism.” I believe their criticisms of the Chicanx movement and identity are necessary for us to grow. The quote “kill your darlings” comes to mind when I take in what they say. Absolutely my favorite Podcast, I look forward to each new episode. They also make these concepts fun and universally accessible.

BettyDiazR ,

I’m a stan

This is by far my favorite podcast. Ruben and Cassandra work so well together. For those who say they wish they’d back up commentary with research, that’s not up to them to educate you—it’s yours. I love what these two do!!!

Janrod20 ,

Good concept but messy delivery

I really wanted to like this podcast since I’m a big fan of Cassandra’s Xicanisma, but it just didn’t work for me. They have great opinions but don’t bother doing enough research to back it up. I don’t doubt that you know what you’re talking about, but it gets difficult for your listeners to know because you two are always saying “you know”, “something like that”, or “or whatever” instead of providing details. I’ve even heard where details provided were incorrect.

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