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Episode 85: “Modern Girls”: E. Jean Carroll, Judith Krantz, and the End of an Era

While marking the passing of Judith Krantz, Maya’s favorite trashy novelist of female sexual empowerment, we get into E. Jean Carroll’s explosive yet strangely ignored essay on Donald Trump and sexual assault, Mary Gaitskill’s recent New Yorker novella, and the emergent literature of #MeToo.

Episode 84: Dayton: El Paso: Gilroy :: Misogyny: White Supremacy: Conspiracy

Rebecca and Maya talk about the recent mass shootings in Dayton, El Paso, and Gilroy, in the context of the extremist right-wing online subcultures cultures that inspired them, using clips from previous deep dive episodes. We excerpt, in part, from the following episodes, in case our listeners want go back and listen to the full …

Episode 83: Drunk on Democracy!

Two nights. Twenty candidates. So much alcohol. Maya and Rebecca drink our way through the Democratic Debates, analyzing the star turns, the breakout moments, the also-rans, the douchebags, as we try to tell the white guys apart.


The Sauce is a podcast featuring two know-it-all feminists.

Rebecca Cohen creates the webcomic The Adventures of Gyno-Star: Fighting the Forces of Evil and Male Chauvinismwhich is… exactly what it sounds like. She also writes a lot, but mostly less than 280 characters at a time.

IMG_4732.jpgMaya Gurantz makes art, writes, and brainwashes – er, teaches – young impressionable minds. She likes long road trips in the American West, 70s cinema, and getting angry about the patriarchy.  Don’t get her started (please, get her started). More at mayagurantz.com.


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Nick Marino (aka Nik Furious)







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