A feminist lifestyle podcast on a mission to stay curious, build empathy and raise hell. Hosted by Cristen Conger.
How to Move On
One Unladylike era comes to an end, and another begins. It's Caroline's farewell episode, and we're taking stock of our decade podcasting together, why Caroline's moving on, how Cristen’s processing and what's next for Unladylike.
Pep Talk: First, Only, Different with Elaine Welteroth
Being FOD — first, only, or different — can also mean contending with self-doubt and imposter syndrome. Elaine Welteroth has been there and has an Unladylike Pep Talk for not shrinking yourself. The Project Runway judge, author and former Teen Vogue editor in-chief offers her firsthand tips for cultivating wild confidence, a positive inner voice and limitless possibility.
Pep Talk: Swimsuit Body Image with Jessamyn Stanley
Since nothing summons body insecurity quite like “swimsuit season," yoga goddess Jessamyn Stanley has an Unladylike Pep Talk for appreciating the skin we're in. Even when we feel like a boob-sweaty, thigh-chafing hot mess!
Pep Talk: Aloneness with Julia Bainbridge
What's so wrong with being alone? Writer and podcaster Julia Bainbridge brings us a reassuring, insightful Pep Talk on spending time by ourselves, how it's misunderstood and what getting comfortable with solitude can teach us.
Pep Talk: Wedding Planning with Cristen Conger
How do you maintain your identity — not to mention your sanity — in the thick of wedding planning? Whether you’re the one tying the knot, or you’re watching from the wings, Unladylike co-host Cristen Conger has a wedding-wisdom pep talk we could all use.
Pep Talk: Infertility with Doree Shafrir
Infertility struggles and treatments drain more than your wallet. Doree Shafrir, co-host of the podcast Forever35, wants you to know you’re not alone. Her Unladylike pep talk lends perspective and encouragement for folks on the fertility journey.
This podcast has shown me a great deal on womens’ historic and current struggles with the right words to address it. Gives me a sense of connection with fellow females. Most importantly shows feminism from all subgroups points of views. Other subjects are just very interesting.
As a non-binary AMAB person, I love getting more unladylike every week.
I love the topics. As a black feminist, I enjoy their inclusion. They have interesting introspection into being white feminists.