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Ever felt like you should be better at feminism?
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience.
Each episode Deborah and her guests discuss topics ‘all 21st century feminists agree on’ while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. The podcast has been a huge success with over 800,000 downloads since it started at the end of last year.
In this episode, Deborah discusses ‘Minefields’ – topics that scare us – and ‘Feminism’ and ‘Faith’ with Reubs J Walsh and Rev. Kate Harford.
‘Simply hilarious’ The Skinny
‘Very funny… pure guilt-free pleasure.’ The Guardian
Please note that latecomers will not be admitted until the interval, due to the event being recorded.
Deborah Frances-White’s award-winning BBC Radio 4 series Rolls The Dice aired last year with a brand new series due to be broadcast this autumn. She has toured several solo shows, speaks about Diversity and Inclusion in the corporate world and regularly performs her entertaining seminar How to Be a Charismatic Woman in a Man’s World for women in business.
Reubs J Walsh studies social cognition in adolescents, and the biological correlates of this developmental process at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. As well as research on the intersection between transgender identities and social development, Reubs has been heavily involved in a range of trans* and LGBT+ advocacy projects in the UK and internationally, working with the NUS, GIRES, UNAIDS, and UK government organisations like the NHS and the Civil Service. Reubs is also increasingly visible as a populariser of science, particularly in a feminist context.
Rev. Kate Harford is a priest of the Metropolitan Community Churches and a university chaplain. She studied archaeology, classics, and classical art at UCL in London and theology at the University of Oxford and was ordained in November 2015. Kate has a particular interest in queer theology and lived experience of mental health issues. She enjoys knitting and disrupting cis-hetero-patriarchal systems.
Download past episodes from guiltyfeminist.com