15 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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High Low with EmRata High Low: Talk Back

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.0 • 419 Ratings

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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

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    Talk Back: Sex Work and Cosmetic Surgery

    Talk Back: Sex Work and Cosmetic Surgery

    This week I had a lot of comments based around the plastic surgery episode. You will be learning about one caller who is a sex worker, and her clients don’t want her to change her appearance. Another listener is a body image researcher who is interested in the medicalization of women's appearance. Let’s get into it.

    A Sony Music Entertainment, Somethin’ Else, and Bitch Era Media production.

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    Ethical Non-Monogamy: EmRata Asks

    Ethical Non-Monogamy: EmRata Asks

    In her essay "Scenes from an Open Marriage" Jean Garnett asks her husband "’Which scenario endangers us more: you sleeping with other women, or you not sleeping with other woman?’” Partnership and commitment is difficult and inherently risky—so what about opening up a relationship? Today on the pod I explore ethical non-monogamy. I examine Garnett's essay as it relates to a friend, B, who has practiced ENM and then I'm joined on the phone by another friend. We discuss The Ethical Slut, love, individualism and how to connect to your desires and advocate for your own needs in a relationship.



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    • 37 min
    Mia Khalifa

    Mia Khalifa

    Mia Khalifa has a complicated history with the internet. But in recent years she has transformed her relationship to it, not only by gaining more control and ownership over her likeness, but also because she has introduced the world to the funny and thoughtful person she is. This week we discuss sex work, Mia’s relationship to shame, and how she has managed, to use her own words, to continually “fail upwards”.
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    • 50 min
    Talk Back: Plastic Surgery

    Talk Back: Plastic Surgery

    This week on Talk Back one caller discusses aging naturally and another wants to know if we're adding to the societal pressure felt by women. Let’s dive in.

    A Sony Music Entertainment, Somethin’ Else, and Bitch Era Media production.

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    Thanksgiving: Why Is It So Expensive This Year? EmRata Asks

    Thanksgiving: Why Is It So Expensive This Year? EmRata Asks

    Thanksgiving dinner is 13.5 percent more expensive than last year! This week on Emrata Asks we are talking inflation and the word everyone seems scared to say: recession.
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    • 22 min
    Stephanie Danler

    Stephanie Danler

    Once a married waitress in her late 20s, my dear friend and best selling author put everything on the line in order to go to grad school. The result? Her smash hit novel, Sweetbitter, and a career as a writer. We talk slumber parties, the beginning of our friendship (which involves DMs and my therapist) as well as the writing process, privilege and likability.



    A Sony Music Entertainment, Somethin’ Else, and Bitch Era Media production. 



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    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
419 Ratings

419 Ratings

didilovessonya ,

Love the podcast but there are some flaws

Emrata is one of the few celebrities who actually deserves a podcast and is using it to discuss topical and important issues. It’s obvious that the people hating on her and the podcast are the exact same misogynists who have hated her from the beginning of her career. People hate to see a successful woman with beauty and brains! Listening to the Stephanie Danler episode now and I’m really enjoying it so far. I love how she’s having guests on who she genuinely admires and knows well, because she’s then able to have sincere and interesting conversations with them. This isn’t just a bland “q&a” style podcast, which I really appreciate. Emrata has a lot of intelligent things to say, and she isn’t afraid to speak her mind and be honest about personal experiences, which is really refreshing. One issue I have with the pod is the editing—the repetitive “yeah, yeah, yeah” in the intro and break music is a little annoying to listen to. I also was a little bothered by the plastic surgery episode because it seemed like the discussion came from a clearly biased opinion—I don’t feel like Emrata fairly considered how the prevalence of “hush hush” cosmetic procedures can be and is harmful to women and young girls.

SwiftyExclusionaryFeminist ,

If you ever needed proof her book was ghostwritten…

Listen to 15 minutes of this. Not a single interesting thought. Broad generalizations and hyperbolic platitudes galore. Sounds like a freshman taking her first gender studies class but she’s actually 30 and incredibly well off. Like a Joe Rogan for girls but without the laughs

Madalynyvonne ,

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Good podcast, the ads take up so much of it though!

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