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Secret Feminist Agenda is a weekly podcast about the insidious, nefarious, insurgent, and mundane ways we enact our feminism in our daily lives. Hosted by academic and podcaster Hannah McGregor.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 217 Ratings

Secret Feminist Agenda is a weekly podcast about the insidious, nefarious, insurgent, and mundane ways we enact our feminism in our daily lives. Hosted by academic and podcaster Hannah McGregor.

    Bonus Episode: A Sentimental Education

    Bonus Episode: A Sentimental Education

    What’s that? Another bonus episode??? Kind of! On September 22 (I say October in the episode and I’m too lazy to go back and fix it, but it was September) I launched my new book, A Sentimental Education, at Iron Dog Books. The launch took the form of a conversation between me, Minelle Mahtani (Associate … Continue reading Bonus Episode: A Sentimental Education

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Bonus Episode: Burning Out

    Bonus Episode: Burning Out

    For no other reason than I felt like it, here’s a bonus episode. This is an audio version of the essay “Burning Out” that I published in 2020, in the Hair issue of Room Magazine. Content warning for discussion of weight loss and disordered eating, suicide and death, and racism and settler colonialism. The podcast … Continue reading Bonus Episode: Burning Out

    • 23 min
    Episode 4.30 Thinking Intergenerationally Toward a Future with Eugenia Zuroski

    Episode 4.30 Thinking Intergenerationally Toward a Future with Eugenia Zuroski

    In this, the final episode of Secret Feminist Agenda, I sat down with Eugenia Zuroski to talk about hope, planifestos, collectivity, mentorship, and where we know from. As far as final conversations go, this one felt absolutely perfect. Here are some links! Learn more about Gena’s work on her website, by following her on Twitter, … Continue reading Episode 4.30 Thinking Intergenerationally Toward a Future with Eugenia Zuroski

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 4.29 Saying No! Again! Forever!

    Episode 4.29 Saying No! Again! Forever!

    It’s here! The final minisode of season four (and frankly, probably, all?) of Secret Feminist Agenda! Ending this podcast series, in its current form at least, is a way of saying no to one thing so that other things will be possible. So join me for one last exploration of the feminist power of refusal. … Continue reading Episode 4.29 Saying No! Again! Forever!

    • 13 min
    Episode 4.28 Welcoming the Roasting of the TikTok Youth with andrea bennett

    Episode 4.28 Welcoming the Roasting of the TikTok Youth with andrea bennett

    Brace yourself for the lively energy of an interviewer who has been pandemic-isolated for too long and an interviewee who really just wants to talk about reality television. I sat down with author and person-I-want-to-trick-into-being-my-IRL-friend andrea bennett to talk about their new book, Like a Boy but Not a Boy, out now with Arsenal Pulp … Continue reading Episode 4.28 Welcoming the Roasting of the TikTok Youth with andrea bennett

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 4.27 Asking For Help (Again)

    Episode 4.27 Asking For Help (Again)

    This week we’re revisiting one of my all-time favourite conversations: asking for help! I’m asking some of the Big Questions(TM) that have been keeping me awake lately, such as: why do I find it so much harder to ask a colleague for help than a friend? What is the relationship between asking for help and … Continue reading Episode 4.27 Asking For Help (Again)

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
217 Ratings

217 Ratings

$im1! ,

Absolute genius!!

Every time I listen I end up writing down a bunch of quotes. This podcast works out things that I’m sometimes just working through in my head. Thank you for helping me find my voice and become a better advocate!

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I’m a feminist, new author who left a cult. If you need guest speaker

Excellent content! I’m the author of the new release graphic novel CULT GIRLS (on Amazon & Barnes) by Natalie Grand. It’s a light hearted comedy, based on a true story of 4 women born, raised in the Jehovah’s Witness cult.

If you are looking for an anti-cult activist special guest my Twitter is Natalie Grand.

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thank you Hannah

for this amazing archive. I feel so seen by SFA =) and I learn more every time I listen. Will be re-listening and loving your podcast for a long time to come. Looking forward to your future projects!

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