149 episodes

Respectfully Disagree is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, where each week we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.
This podcast is brought to you by TS Studios, a production company that brings The Swaddle’s storytelling and creative point of view to original podcasts and films.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 10 Ratings

Respectfully Disagree is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, where each week we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.
This podcast is brought to you by TS Studios, a production company that brings The Swaddle’s storytelling and creative point of view to original podcasts and films.

    Is There Such a Thing as a Bad Mother?

    Is There Such a Thing as a Bad Mother?

    This week we discuss Kris Jenner, sexy moms, and why selfish mothers get a bad rap. 

    ‘Respectfully Disagree’ is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 32 min
    Is It Okay To Be a Bad Feminist?

    Is It Okay To Be a Bad Feminist?

    This week, we discuss 'Fleabag,' 'Blurred Lines,' and what it means to be a bad feminist.
    ‘Respectfully Disagree’ is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 31 min
    Brown Representation Ft. 'Never Have I Ever'

    Brown Representation Ft. 'Never Have I Ever'

    This week, we debate how Mindy Kaling's 'Never Have I Ever' represents India and desi culture, and what Brown/South Asian representation in Western media is really achieving.

    'Respectfully Disagree' is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 31 min
    What Went Wrong with Body Positivity?

    What Went Wrong with Body Positivity?

    This week, N, a feminist and body positivity advocate joins us to discuss why the body positivity movement needs to evolve beyond physical appearance, whether conventionally attractive celebrities can embrace body positivity, and whether body positivity should be inherently political. 

    Respectfully Disagree is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 32 min
    Can Marriage Ever Be Feminist?

    Can Marriage Ever Be Feminist?

    This week, we discuss how marriages are getting rebranded on Instagram, why Indians villainize single women, and what makes a marriage feminist.

    'Respectfully Disagree' is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 34 min
    What's Wrong With Trashy TV?

    What's Wrong With Trashy TV?

    This week, we discuss our love-hate relationship with 'Koffee With Karan,' what counts as trashy TV, and whether we should be held accountable for our viewing choices.

    'Respectfully Disagree' is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

ShaanaLevyBahl ,

Must Listen!

Smart, engaging & crucial conversations to be having ! Love !!!

ajaya108 ,

Never have I ever

I agree the accents of mother and cousin are exaggerated and not needed and not appropriate. However - I think this show accurately reflects a subset of Indian American experience specifically the Gen X Indian experience. As it is driven by Mindy who born and grew up in US in a time period that I grew up and so it resonates with me as children born in the US to Indians who migrated in the 70s where there were very few Indians in our schools. As a gen X American born first generation Indian - it is very nostalgic…. I think it would have been nice to have American born Indians to join this discussion. It doesn’t reflect Indian migration in the 2000s with the IT boom and it should not and def doesn’t reflect Indians born in India.

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