The “Star Report” Edition
The Waves on #MeToo a year on, A Star Is Born, and a California law requiring women on corporate boards.
The “Rage at Brett” EditionThe hosts of the Waves discuss male entitlement, female rage, and what comes next for Kavanaugh.
The “Grotesque Display of Irrelevant Decency” EditionThe Waves on the Kavanaugh hearings, the return of Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari, and the term “lady boss.”
The “Subtweeting Your Spouse” EditionThe Waves on female sexual harassers, the Conways’ marriage, and women running (or not) for office.
The “Bottle Service for Breakfast” EditionThe Waves on Mariia Butina, how we talk about Trump and Putin, and the infamous Refinery29 money diary.
The “Privacy Is Dead” EditionThe Waves on the future of Roe v. Wade, falling birth rates, and #planebae.
“The Jokes About Straight White Men” EditionThe Waves on Nanette, crisis pregnancy centers, and pantsuits.
“The Seduction of Sex and the City” EditionThe Waves on Bill Clinton, seduction, and Sex and the City.
The “Manic Pixie Murderer” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on My Favorite Murder, Ireland, and Killing Eve.
The “What to Do With Bad Men” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on #MeToo men trying to make comebacks, Gina Haspel, and Marchesa.
The Double X Gabfest “Pee Tape” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on the pee tape, the racial divide in infant and maternal mortality, and how male authors describe women.
The “Stormy D and Cardi B” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on Stormy Daniels, Cardi B, and microcheating.
The “Will Porn Be Banned in the Matriarchy?” EditionThe DoubleX Gabfest on domestic abuse in the White House, teens watching porn, and Lena Dunham’s hysterectomy.
The “Smashing Her Racket” EditionThe Waves on Julia Salazar, women’s comebacks, and Serena Williams.
The “To All the Boys” EditionThe Waves on To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Slow Burn, and “peak desirability” in online dating.
The “Omarosa-esque” EditionThe Waves on Omarosa, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, and the NFL’s first male cheerleaders.
The #SayHerName EditionThe Waves on Sorry to Bother You, the criminalization of motherhood, and the killing of Nia Wilson.
The “Live From D.C.” EditionThe Waves on litigious men’s rights activists, Ellen Stofan, and sexist romcoms.
The “Beyoncé and Her Husband” EditionThe Waves on Everything Is Love, family separation, and Cameron Esposito’s Rape Jokes.
The “White Lady Tears” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on Miss America, The Handmaid’s Tale, and the Oakland barbecue saga.
The Double X Gabfest “Has Amy Schumer Bought the Beauty Myth?” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on I Feel Pretty, incels, and Janelle Monáe.
The Double X Gabfest “Hope for Hicks” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on how to raise boys, Hope Hicks, and “Five Women” from This American Life.
The “Glowy” EditionDoubleX Gabfest on sexual assault in gymnastics, skincare, and Jordan Peterson’s guru-dom.