Bitch Popaganda: It's like The View, except we don't get paid.
Hey there, audiophiles! Time for another episode of Bitch Popaganda! Tune in to hear Kjerstin, Annalee, and Kelsey discuss women and confessional journalism, Sarah Palin's resignation, and Beth Ditto's new clothing line. You can stream the podcast right here, or download it and listen on-the-go!
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Production is underway for our next Buzz/Consumed podcast and it won't be complete without you! We are hungry for your celebrity nominees for the Bitch Living Fossil Hall of Fame, and your burning, embarrassing, or rando questions for oracle with the mostess, the Ask Your Cervix segment!
Also lined up are interviews with the women who run Kill Rock Stars, as well as the crushtastic Sarah Haskins, whose latest Target:Women on Barbie is out and making my belly shake.
To listen to our past podcasts and last Living Fossil and Ask Your Cervix segments, check out our Podcast page! Email [email protected] for Ask Your Cervix questions and [email protected] for Fossil nominees!
The Bitch Living Fossil Hall of Fame: Rules for submitting your very own celebrity/public figure to the record for a chance to read on the next BitchRadio Podcast!
Goal To induct celebrities and public figures in the Bitch Living Fossil Hall of Fame. A celebrity is placed in a category in relation to their evolutionary progress or arrested development. The person nominated need not be living! Keep a light heart in the process.
Bitch's third foray into the world of podcast continues! Hot off the hard drive, our Dark Noise episode (inspired by both our Loud and Noir issues) features new segments such as "Ask Your Cervix," tween delight over a Twilight premiere, interviews with two female metal rockers, and no podcast is really complete without honoring Dolly Parton, as featured on the first ever Bitch Living Fossil Hall of Fame. Plus, Twin Cities trio Gospel Gossip provides the soundtrack. So go ahead and press play, right-click to download , or import to iTunes…that is, if you're not too afraid of the dark! Haw...
Say what you will about the shock-schlock, soft-core oeuvre of filmmaker Russ Meyer, the man was definitely ahead of his time when it came to showcasing the hips-lips-tits-power! aesthetic that would eventually become inextricably linked to third-wave feminism. His best-known work, 1966's sinsister thrillride Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, has come to beregarded over the years as something of a prefeminist classic, but even those who cock a skeptical eyebrow at the equation of big-breasted go-go dancers + homicidal karate chops = empowerment can probably appreciate the film's gonzo exuberance, as well as its arresting black-and-white cinematography.