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Shameless
The pop culture podcast for smart women who love dumb stuff.
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4.8 stars from 5,839 ratings
More Nuance, Please
I used to really like this podcast and, while I still listen to it every Monday, I feel like the conversations increasingly lack nuance and feel very defensive when involving topics that may undermine Zara and Michelle's personal views and lifestyles. For example, the conversation abut compassion...Read full review »
serial comma, via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/21/19
Love this podcast and their whole philosophy! So nice to see (hear) women who value education and intelligence, but understand that it’s okay to still enjoy trashy ‘dumb stuff’.
Katieeegb via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/21/19
Less influencers please?
I love this podcast SO much, but would really love to hear from amazing woman outside the influencer sphere - I’m not sure if there’s issues being able to get them on, but hearing from Instagram personalities is getting a bit old
hannah12111 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/19/19
Recent Episodes
HIYA! Happy Monday, lovely people. Today's show is a biiiig one: How a Survivor contestant was the recipient of GoFundMe's third biggest fundraiser ever, the Bachelor contestant with a suspiciously-timed weight-loss program and the influencer who sparked a racist furore this week. Zara...
Published 09/22/19
Hello! Happy Thursday! Today we are joined by Miss Universe Australia, Priya Serrao, a woman who defies the mould of what constitutes a beauty queen. Priya is beautiful, yes, but it's her brain that we find most impressive: she has interned for the United Nations in developing countries, has a...
Published 09/18/19
It's a new week and we have a lot to talk about, pals! Starting with Taylor Swift performing at the Melbourne Cup. Then, the Caroline Calloway saga that just won't die (with a lil recap for those of you who have no idea what any of that means), and the think piece about performative friendships...
Published 09/15/19
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