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The Female Gaze spotlights culture that views women and nonbinary people as subjects-not-objects, through conversation with filmmakers, musicians, authors and other thought leaders and creators. Join us each week as we debate what constitutes this "other" gaze and related topics surrounding art, gender, sexuality and identity politics. Hosted by Jessie Katz and Alanah Rodriguez. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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We're back!!! with a fiery discussion featuring Ladies Get Paid's Claire Wasserman and Ashley Louise who explain why "anger is fuel" in the battle for gender pay equity and how that anger personally fueled them to create a business that is helping thousands of women around the world, well, GET PAID. Plus a friendly reminder of all the predictably o…
 
Editor-in-Chief of NYLON Gabrielle Korn joins the show this week to break down what the female gaze means when we're talking about the fashion industry, and where it's still notably missing (hint: it's not the clothes you design, it's who you're designing them for.) We ask Gabrielle about how she's changing the way women's publications talk about b…
 
How do you get more women directors' work seen on the big screens? Well one way is to hire someone like our guest this week, Director of Programming and Special Projects at Nitehawk Cinema Caryn Coleman, who lit-er-ally makes it her job to get representation into theaters. We ask her how one gets such a dreamy job, how her The Future of Film is Fem…
 
Erica Rose and Chelsea Moore of Sour Peach Films join TFG this week to explain why they felt compelled to start a company that authentically tells "otherized" stories like their new film "Girl Talk" - and what films like "Blue is the Warmest Color" get completely wrong. Plus we grapple with the revelations in "Leaving Neverland," debate if "Greta" …
 
Playwright, performer and trans rights activist Ashley Lauren Rogers helps us break down what the trans gaze looks like and how cis folks can incorporate it into their work (and why that's important.) Plus: big take-aways from the Oscars, Michael Cohen's hearing, Cate Blanchett's argument for the matriarchy, and a major milestone for trans women in…
 
Lolita Cros joins us this week to help unpack what the female gaze looks like in the fine arts, and the joys and challenges of curating work only made by female-identifying artists as the current art curator for the women-only collective The Wing. Plus, a boat for Obama, a bee for Bernie, and a healthy debate on the benefits of astrology! See acast…
 
Is anyone still planning to watch this train wreck of an Oscars ceremony this year?? Well we still are because we can't. help. ourselves. So we brought in a heavy-hitter - THR awards columnist and host of the Awards Chatter podcast, Scott Feinberg - to explain this no-host, fewer-category morass the Academy has waded into. Plus, predictions for maj…
 
For the 10th episode of TFG we bring you one of our realest talks yet with sports broadcaster Julie Stewart-Binks (ESPN, Fox Sports, Barstool) about how her love of the game still overrides the insane mistreatment she experiences as a woman in sports media. Plus, how Julie's recent turn into stand-up has revealed what sports and comedy have in comm…
 
Singer/songwriter/composer Sarah Aument lays bare the emotional skeletons that comprise her band TMBOY's new album and explains how being in a romantic partnership with another artist can feed one's work in unexpected ways. Plus: the challenges of gender binary bathrooms, a touching glimpse into Ireland's abortion debate, justice for Lee Krasner, a…
 
Pop phenom Gia Woods joins TFG to explain how she used music to come out to her family and offer representation to young people like herself who couldn't find themselves in the culture. Plus Yalitza Aparicio's Oscar nom, the diversity in Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue, and guest co-host Alex Goodson joins to share horror stories of misogyny in Words…
 
Singer AJ Lambert joins the pod upon the release of her new album "Careful You" to talk about the tricky work of interpreting songs - and artists - who don't entirely hold up to today's standards of acceptable behavior. Plus this week's boats (Amy Heckerling, "The Wife") and bees (Taylor Swift's Reputation tour, ghosting on Tinder) and a Hot Takes …
 
Julia Weldon started their acting career shredding scenes in the Meryl Streep/Liam Neeson drama "Before and After" before hitting pause on acting while they waited for the landscape to improve for genderqueer folks. In the meantime they built up an equally impressive music career and are now dipping their toes back into a more promising film and TV…
 
Filmmaker/actor Desiree Akhavan shares the challenges of making trailblazing work like her Sundance hit "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" and her new Hulu series "The Bisexual," and enters a fiery debate over the use of the word "cunt" and the dilemma of making the first move. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
For a special year-in-review episode, our hosts are joined by the brilliant Shenequa Golding (Vibe), Natalie Weiner (NY Times, Billboard) and Ashley Lee (LA Times) to discuss how women fared in pop culture in 2018. From Cardi to Ariana, Beale Street to Black Panther, our trio of experts helps us put this wild year into perspective. Plus, a fitting …
 
Hip-hop artist Miss Eaves tells Jessie and Alanah why she pushed herself to be a champion of body and sex positivity in the rap game; the challenges of marketing her latest single that asks Santa for Trump's impeachment; and her thoughts on how women can subconsciously perpetuate the male gaze (danger, Will Robinson!) See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Filmmaker Jenna Laurenzo explains how she convinced some of the biggest stars and producers in the business to help her turn her real-life coming out experience into her new film "Lez Bomb;" how she plans to join the ranks of women storming the Hollywood gates in the wake of #MeToo; and ponders the idea of expanding or abolishing those pesky gender…
 
The first episode of The Female Gaze is here! Acclaimed author Camille Perri joins us to explain why she used the classic romantic comedy formula to bring a queer love story to the masses with her new novel "When Katie Met Cassidy" and to debate whether other romantic classics, from When Harry Met Sally to A Star Is Born, hold water. But first Jess…
 
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