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Anita Sarkeesian

Executive Director and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Enthusiast

FREQ #9: Sammus Powers Up
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our latest issue features an interview with Sammus, a rapper, producer and activist whose work we love. (You might remember when she made a 15 second song for us about […]
FREQ #7: Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry Sounds Off
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our latest issue features an interview with Lauren Mayberry: the lead singer of the band CHVRCHES and an outspoken critic of sexism both online and in daily life. Make […]
Welcome to our Brand New Website!
After months of work, we’re thrilled to finally present Feminist Frequency’s completely revamped online home. Here, you’ll find all the stuff you’ve come to know Feminist Frequency for, with a better organized video archive full of all our Tropes vs. Women in Video Games episodes, our new feminist video reviews, and the entire back catalogue (warning: some […]
Halt and Catch Fire – Season 3 Review
Struggling to get a mainframe computer working in the first episode of Halt and Catch Fire’s third season, Gordon (Scoot McNairy) refers to the uncooperative machine as “her.” Donna (Kerry Bishé), one of the heads of the pioneering tech company Mutiny, questions her husband’s choice of words. “Her?!” “Yeah, her. Temperamental, high maintenance, only responds to […]
FREQ #6: Kerry Bishé Wants To Reboot Representation
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our latest issue features an interview with Kerry Bishé: the actor who plays computer engineer Donna Clark on Halt and Catch Fire, an AMC television show about the personal […]
Ghostbusters (2016) Review
In the 1989 film Ghostbusters II, Peter, Ray, Winston and Egon discover that “mood slime” is being powered by all the hatred and aggression in New York to bring the city to the brink of yet another ghostly apocalypse. If mood slime were a real thing, the male-entitlement-fueled rage directed at the new Ghostbusters reboot surely […]
FREQ #5: Sh*t Franchesca Ramsey Says
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our latest issue features an interview with Franchesca Ramsey: a writer, actor and comedian whose work has inspired and entertained us on Youtube, MTV and The Nightly Show. Make […]
Anita Sarkeesian on The New Yorker Podcast
Anita Sarkeesian visited downtown NYC to chat with The New Yorker editor David Remnick on the latest episode of New Yorker Radio Hour. The two discuss Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, the toll of harassment, and our upcoming series, Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History. You can listen to the full interview below or on […]
FREQ #4: Lindy West – Interview with a Loud Woman
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our latest issue features an interview with Lindy West: a writer, editor, fat acceptance activist, and now, the author of a hilarious and incisive new memoir called Shrill: Notes […]
FREQ #3: The Many Faces of Tatiana Maslany
Each month, FREQ will bring you the latest news and updates from Feminist Frequency, as well as interviews with some of the most inspiring women in media. Our third issue features an interview with Tatiana Maslany, the star of the critically-acclaimed sci-fi television drama Orphan Black. Make sure you don’t miss out on future issues. Subscribe now to […]
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