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FFR #52: A Star is Born
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This week’s episode is (maybe) our one year anniversary and Ebony eats cake in celebration. This week’s discussion surrounds the most recent remake of A Star is Born, directed by […]

FFR #51: Maniac (Please Don’t Do Anything Horrible, Jonah)
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This week’s episode comes to you from two new satellite studios in the Keanu Reeves Memorial Complex! Anita has moved to L.A. and reports in from Johnny Utah HQ; Caro has started phoning in from the Johnny Mnemonic Wing; and Ebony continues to keep […]

GeekGirlCon 2018: Take a Look at This Cosplay Greatness!
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GeekGirlCon is one of the highlights of each year for the Feminist Frequency crew, and this year was no different! We had a phenomenal time connecting with all […]

FFR #50: Gender Swapping in Media, Live at GeekGirlCon ’18!
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On this week’s brand new FFR, we’re live at GeekGirlCon ’18 to talk about the ongoing trend of gender swaps in movies and television, whether it be specific […]

The Misogyny Is Coming from Inside the House!
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What happens when the misogyny is coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE?! Often, when feminists raise the issue of internalized misogyny, we’re berated as sex-negative prudes who just want […]

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FFR #49: Special Guest Anna Sale of WNYC’s Death, Sex, and Money Podcast!
On this week’s very special episode of Feminist Frequency Radio, Anita and Carolyn chat with  Anna Sale of WNYC’s Death, Sex, and Money podcast about unethical labor practices in the video game industry, hot dads, and what makes a movie “a very Caro film.” Segment timestamps: 0:00 Introductions 1:55 Pop Culture News: Daniel Craig toting his […]
FFR #48 : Special Guest Daniel Ortberg
On this week’s FFR, Ebony and Carolyn chat with the author of Texts from Jane Eyre and The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror, Daniel Ortberg. But before that conversation kicked off, Carolyn dumped a giant bucket of disappointing entertainment news in the studio, including Johnny Depp’s continued appearance as Grindelwald in the third Fantastic Beasts […]
FFR #47: Top Gun
On this week’s FFR, we fly into the danger zone with Maverick, Iceman, Goose and the rest of the best of the best with the cultural juggernaut that is Top Gun. Is it a film carefully calculated to represent masculinity in such a way as to maximize navy recruitment efforts? Is it a film dripping with […]
FFR #46: Monsters and Men
On this week’s episode of FFR, we discuss the new film Monsters and Men, a drama loosely inspired by the 2014 murder of Eric Garner by officers of the NYPD. The film follows three men of color, one of them a cop himself, whose lives are impacted in different ways when police murder an unarmed black […]
Cinemaball 14: The Legend of Billie Jean (1985)
On this very special episode of Cinemaball, we celebrate Ebony’s achievement of scoring the first proper goal in the history of the game with an examination of her goal film, the overlooked 1985 teen power ballad of a movie that is The Legend of Billie Jean. Our conversation covers the film’s noteworthy respect for its young […]
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