54 episodes

Reclaim your shame! Heather Ann Gottlieb delves into the disgusting habits, taboo secrets, and unruly pastimes of women. It’s feminist, sex & body positive, and tells the stories of funny, brave women who like to get dirty.

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    • Comedy
    • 4.9 • 92 Ratings

Reclaim your shame! Heather Ann Gottlieb delves into the disgusting habits, taboo secrets, and unruly pastimes of women. It’s feminist, sex & body positive, and tells the stories of funny, brave women who like to get dirty.

    Update Ze Boys

    Update Ze Boys

    Black lives matter.

    This is the finale for Season 3! Heather sits down with the boys to talk about favorite episodes, share some updates from some of the women we have heard from over the years, and get real about Covid life.

    We have loved sharing this season with you. Keep it tuned to the instagram and we will have info on Season 4 coming up!

    THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    • 40 min
    Season 3 Finale - Next Week

    Season 3 Finale - Next Week

    Black lives matter. GO VOTE!

    The last episode of Dirty Girl Season 3 comes out next week!

    • 1 min
    I'm A Woman, Calm Down, I Just Look Different

    I'm A Woman, Calm Down, I Just Look Different

    Black lives matter.

    There are no rules in gender. As our guest this week Lauren Ludwig points out, you do not need to check how SOCIETY wants YOU to build something new! And in this case we are speaking about building "the androgynous superfuture we are all aiming for".

    Heather heard Lauren speak about gender identity on another great podcast, Coming Out with Lauren and Nicole (link below), and sought out to speak with Lauren as well. Before this conversation, when it came to gender, Heather would always feel uncomfortable being asked about identity. It is not something that exists in one singular box. Sometimes the answer is different depending on the day. And all of that is ok! Heather's own experience dealt with feeling like it had to be a choice between presenting feminine, or embracing the fluidity of the unknown, both options bringing their own challenges. This experience was amplified by Heather's head shaving, and inspired the spoken word piece "Leave", which is also linked below.

    There are no rules in gender. Taylor Mac uses the pronoun 'judy', as judy should. You may feel safer to share your pronouns in some spaces over others. And remember theydees and gentlethems, you never even HAVE to use a pronoun at all! You can always just refer to a person by name. Also in this episode: a great life-hack for clothes shopping!

    The last ten percent is a mystery.

    Thank you Lauren Ludwig!! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Heather's spoken word piece:
    https://www.instagram.com/tv/B240EQ-grvE/?igshid=bnj8j4d2w3y3

    Lauren on Coming Out with Lauren and Nicole:
    https://comingoutpod.libsyn.com/episode-9-lauren-ludwig

    • 45 min
    Am I Strong Enough To Deal With The Sh*t Today?

    Am I Strong Enough To Deal With The Sh*t Today?

    Black lives matter.

    The sh*t is out there. Everyday, women have to decide how to handle it in ways men just don't. What to wear, going to a party, responding to catcalls: these choices all have consequences. And there is a reason most animals in the wild avoid predators by playing dead.

    This episode is a conversation between Heather and Tennile Marie (@tennilemarie). Tennile brings up the lack of proper sex education she had growing up, and the questions about her own body she had to figure out for herself: How does the vagina work? Is there any way a tampon can even fit up there? Is discharge supposed to happen, or is it bad? And speaking of discharge, this episode also includes Heather asking our producer Alex to report everything he knows about discharge. Or crotch snot, as Tennile refers to it.

    As the conversation progresses, the focus becomes the constant state of awareness that women must adopt all the time when interacting with the world. From an early age, it is just ingrained that any decision could possibly lead to violence, and that a woman can be a target just by being a woman. Which decision will lead to the least amount of violence? Is this a situation that can be fought? Or is it better to just let predatory behavior happen, and try to move past it without really talking about it?

    It is important to have space to talk about topics like these. It is important to have representation in all parts of society. And it is also important to make sure you have some extra tampons in the bathroom. Whether you are a gender that needs to use them or not, never hurts to have a few extra tampons available.

    Thank you so much to Tennile, and thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    • 42 min
    Semen Doesn't Taste Great

    Semen Doesn't Taste Great

    Black lives matter.

    Like, this can't be news right? It just does not. And yet, confronting the taste of semen is a rite of passage for many sexual awakenings. At least, part of many sexual awakenings anyway. But we know there is far more to it than that.

    Heather's guest Natalie shares some wonderful stories about discovering sexuality on television at a very young age, yet feeling like she was much more of a late bloomer in terms of her own sexual activity. Even when you are too young to know what is happening on the screen, you still know it is something you want to watch, but that you need to lock the door for. She discusses different uses for the arm of a couch, the hotel that inspired Mambo Night in Dirty Dancing, and how she learned that a squirting orgasm is not just something that happens in porn.

    Did a documentary crew follow YOUR summer camp, right to the spot where you gave your first blow job? If you meet someone you watched in film or tv when you were younger, is it REALLY a good idea to sleep with them? And did MTV REALLY produce a soft core porn aimed at teenagers??? You can hear about all that and more in this episode!

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Thank you Natalie for speaking with us! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 31 min
    You Don’t Always Need to Nut

    You Don’t Always Need to Nut

    Black lives matter.

    Alcoholics focus on not drinking. Gambling addicts focus on not gambling. Even overeaters, who cannot simply avoid food, focus on stopping when they are full. But for sex and love addicts, the drug is people. In that case, finding a balance can be very difficult.

    Rivkah Reyes (@rivkah.reyes) is a comedian who has sought recovery for sex and love addiction for over two years. In this episode, Heather and Rivkah share stories of understanding, and the way their concept of love has evolved over time. If you blew right past the Netflix show “Love” when it first dropped, you might want to give it a second look.

    Also appearing in this episode: attempting to RomCom someone in your improv class, committing fraud during a tinder date, embracing sex positivitiy while seeking recovery for sex and love addiction, what NOT to do if your child appears in a major motion picture at the age of 10, and the experience of making your sexual debut (phrase courtesy of Amanda Seales). Remember, podcasts are cheaper than therapy.

    Come listen and get your nut on! Write that down, Alex.

    We have MERCH! Go to teepublic.com and go craaaaaazy!! And our brand spankin’ new website dirtygirlpodcast.com is good to go, so go check it out!

    Thank you so much Rivkah! And thank YOU for listening! The production is produced by Heather Ann Gottlieb, Cameron Tagge, Alex Salem, and Tristen Bankston. The theme song vocals are vocalized by Natalie Sharp. The artwork is worked by Kevin Laughlin. The distribution is distributed by WhoHaHa.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

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Mm gimme more! This show is the perfect blend of like laugh out loud moments and tear worthy issues that affect us all. Bravo to all the interviewees for sharing <3

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Sam easterly

This shows getting better and better. It started out fun, but it’s getting deeper and hitting on more serious issues! Keep It goin!

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