A feminist comedy podcast exploring what it means to be a feminist today. One theme, two guests, and a bunch of vaginas. Hosted by Lindsay Stidham and Angela Gulner.
LIVE at the LA Film Festival!
On Tuesday, Sept. 25th, we recorded WTTCB LIVE as part of the LA FIlm Festival at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. Get ready for an inspiring night of clam-power... Laura Mannino of Drain the NRA schools us on gun reform, the grassroots female powerhouses behind Congressional Candidate Julia Peacock teach us the value of local politics, fan-favorite B. Squid keeps the beats comin’, AND Jessica Dryer registers audience members to vote.
COMING SOON: Season Two of WTTCB
What an incredible year and a half it’s been! Season One of WTTCB began inauguration week, and suddenly we’re 75 episodes in. Holy smokes, clams! It’s been a whirlwind of growth and inspiration, and we’re so grateful that you’ve been a part of it. We’ll be back this fall with a BRAND NEW SEASON! What can you expect for Season Two? More on the ground reporting, higher production value, an increased focus on intersectionality, more activism, and all the hilarious patriarchy smashing you’ve grown
Let’s Find Molly Hawkey some SPERM!
Actor, writer, and comedian Molly Hawkey is 39, single, and looking to have a baby! She recently launched a podcast to help her find a sperm donor and better herself for motherhood. In this hilarious, moving hour, we touch on the anxieties of living with the ticking time bomb that is the female reproductive system, the stresses of aging, and how life doesn’t always go as planned. Enjoy -- and subscribe to SpermCast because it is truly revolutionary.
Broken Men and What They Do to Hide It with Scott Tanner Jones
This week, filmmaker Scott Tanner Jones joins us to talk about the complexities of male anger, his comedy series ‘Carbone’, all that Arrested Development drama, and reconnecting to the 7 year old inside you. Healing the divide between men and women is a difficult, ongoing thing -- but conversations like these indicate that we are well on our way.
Shippin’ It with Britta Lundin
Not only did Britta Lundin (Lun-deeeen!) just publish an incredible LBGTQ+ YA novel (“Ship It”), but she also writes for one of our absolute favorite TV shows of the past few years: Riverdale! Listen as we fangirl-out over her incredible career, get schooled about fanfaction, and are privy to a few delightful pages of “Ship It”… read in studio by Britta! This is a delightful hour full of sage advice, solid laughs, and beautiful story. Enjoy!
Ethnically Ambiguous visits WTTC
This week, the fabulous Anna Hossnieh and Shereen Lani Younes of the hit podcast Ethnically Ambiguous join Lindsay to talk about what it’s like being a Middle Eastern woman living in America. We discuss troubling Middle Eastern stereotypes, what it’s like being an immigrant, and being caught between the past and the future.
What a show! So fantastic ! We need more podcasts like this!
Listen..you won’t regret!!!
This makes me feel ALLLL the thingssss. I laugh, I cry.. I feel so connected and sentimental with some of the stories told-and revel in how women as a whole are such a powerful force. Subscribe rightttttt now!!!!!!!
Feminism has never been so fun! And real! It's Funminism! That was a terrible pun and for that I apologize. HOWEVER, I really do think you (yes, YOU!) should give it a listen. This is what will bring women together and truly change the world, is young women willing to talk about everything in their lives in an open and accepting way. So clam it up!