64 episodes

Political commentator and comedy writer Erin Ryan is joined by a bicoastal squad of opinionated, mouthy women to discuss news, politics, and cultural stories that affect women's lives, from serious to absurd. Women: 51% of the population and 100% of this podcast. 

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    • 4.7, 4.6K Ratings

Political commentator and comedy writer Erin Ryan is joined by a bicoastal squad of opinionated, mouthy women to discuss news, politics, and cultural stories that affect women's lives, from serious to absurd. Women: 51% of the population and 100% of this podcast. 

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.6K Ratings

4.6K Ratings

abigailflorence ,

The best

These women are like my best friends that all get together for coffee and a good dish sesh. 👯‍♀️

Weezball ,

The idea that the people hosting this podcast prepped for any segment is laughable

It is not helpful to anybody to have segments in the world where quasi-informed, big-headed pundits trade jabs (that aren’t even funny and have the whiff of desperation) about the president and the impeachment process. I haven’t listened to any other episodes but I’m assuming they are all filled with the same crap. I’m a democrat. Feminist. Podcast lover. I’d like some real journalism. The host at least tried to make an observation about the president that didn’t have to do with unbridled emotion and fat shaming. AND IT WAS SWATTED DOWN BY THE GUEST. And then never brought up again. I can’t believe people pay you for this. It doesn’t matter what people’s glasses shape looks like.

jimvan45 ,

Hysteria

At the coffee shop there was this woman at the big table with her stuff spread out, not a lot of stuff, but you know, spread out, and she got on her phone and called this, I guess, friend of hers in New York, and she led off with this kind of dirty joke, and then they talked about politics, and I think this friend was some kind of ex-Obama staffer, and they were pretty funny, and I was trying not to be obvious about edging closer to hear better, and these three other women came in and they all started talking about stuff—you know, stuff—and they kept it up, and I had to put my head down so they wouldn’t see me, and then, oh man, they did this bit, “the hills we’ll die on,” and I had to run away to the rest room, and when I came out they were gone and there was a flier for Crooked Media. So that’s why I’m late.

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