9 intersectional feminist podcasts to fill your commute

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When you think of people recording a podcast, two white dudes with thick-rimmed glasses and button down shirts huddling over a microphone probably come to mind.

But it’s 2016, and one of the best parts of the internet is that it’s a vessel for celebrating diversity, and there are numerous podcasts that celebrate intersectional feminism.

If you want to get hype about intersectional feminism or are looking for a way to learn more about it, these awesome women-hosted podcasts are exactly what you need.

1. 2 Dope Queens

Hosted by Jessica Williams (formerly of The Daily Show) and comedian Phoebe Robinson, 2 Dope Queens features interviews with comedians, “about sex, romance, race, hair journeys, living in New York and Billy Joel,” according to WNYC’s website. …

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Via: Mashable: Entertainment

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