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Stuff Mom Never Told You

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Tune in to Stuff Mom Never Told You to hear co-hosts Emilie Aries and Bridget Todd keep it real with a research-driven rundown of the ever-evolving challenges facing women today and throughout history, paired with smart, strategic solutions to further women’s lives, careers, and activism. New episodes come out every Wednesday and Friday.

Customer Reviews


not too girly but vgood chick insight.i likw it and im a tomboy come girly girl

great attempt, but too girly makes me cringe

i love the brother podcast Stuff You Should Know and was excited to have even more clever, informative, easy-listening for the commute, but i can't take in an entire episode without cringing at either the topic, high-pitched voice or smacking noise by the high-pitched girl. it's a great idea and valiant effort, but needs some fine-tuning to gain the listenership (you know what i mean) its beloved twin brother SYSK enjoys. it would be great if the girls can talk about topics that have just a slight bend toward female listenership rather than issues found in Men Are From Mars such as diamond rings and the shopping gene. i will check back on this podcast on occasion and hope that it will rock my world too once they've worked out the kinks. and smacking.

Not just for girls

Another from the How Stuff Works stable and this is one of the better podcasts. I like the duo who host, one tomboy and the other prim and proper, and I like the chatty nature in which they discuss issues relating to "women's business" but as a man I enjoy this podcast. I do feel it would be better if they expanded it to issues about sexuality and gender issues in general but I feel they are somewhat limited by their name.