WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WOMEN BREAK THE RULES?
Hosts Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin investigate how sisters are doin' it for themselves in spite of all those unwritten but all-too-real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Each episode starts with a question that C&C tackle through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
What is self-help selling women?
If it’s “just makeup,” why does it hold so much power?
Who really gets to choose their high heels choice?
Ringing up “one of the most privileged jobs in the world of sex work.”
Sexual harassment is a typical part of the K-12 school day, so why do we only talk about it on college campuses?
Meet the IRL Ms. Marvel.
Fuck the limits.
Geena Davis never does anything halfway — including battling for better representation on screen.
Don’t shrink for anybody.
What happens when you rewrite your can't-do-math story, even if you're not a "numbers person"?
Who better to pep-talk you through friend-making than Call Your Girlfriend co-hosts Ann Friedman and Aminatou Sow?
What’s it’s really like to be the “token hairy girl”?
Writer Ashley C. Ford is here to bust myths around money, meritocracy and moving up.
Hairiness + feminism = it’s complicated.
Comedian and Fake the Nation host Negin Farsad actually liked online dating and offers a pep talk for folks still swiping left and right.
Why do girls still take shaving for granted?
Unladylike’s very own Cristen Conger has some wise words to pep you up for wedding season.
C+C are talking self-care with Girls’ Night In founder Alisha Ramos.
Podcaster Doree Shafrir — who just welcomed son Henry to the world — is pep talking about fertility this week.
Say “Bye, Felipe” to all those dick pics.
A Pep Talk for losing your j-o-b.
Yoga queen Jessamyn Stanley has a pep talk to prep you for “swimsuit season.”
Aloneness, loneliness, solitude — none of it makes you weird.
Tiny but mighty, zines have always had the power to create community. Today’s guests show how they’re carrying on the DIY tradition.
Why swearing still considered so effing unladylike?
Girls are rarely encouraged to toot their own horns — or the school band's horns. But why?
The 1990s were supposed to be the "decade of women," but it became all about the bitches instead . . .
How do stay honest in close friendships … even when the truth might hurt?