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Bitter Brown Femmes

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Two Bitter Brown Femmes aim to dismantle -isms while running their mouths. Coming at you with critique and commentary of social justice, pop culture, and Latinx/Xicanx issues/cultura from a comedic lens. Support us at: Contact Us at:

Customer Reviews

Love the real ness

I love this show and the straight forward context. I just wish they did some more research so people won't discredit what they have to say. They're so awesome and I appreciate them for bringing to light these issues.

Addicted probably

BBF podcast is basically like listening to two of your smartest friends dissect popular culture apart with razor sharp intellect. Also, puts the listener in necessary uncomfortable positions, demanding self examination, but in a positive way. I love Ruben and Cassandra. I enjoy their chemistry and ability to be authentic.

Dissenting Opinions

As a queer Latina woman, listening to this podcast has been quite a roller coaster. Ruben and Cassandra bring up a lot of very valid points and defend them well. I appreciate their strong defenses of their ideas and willingness to call out members of their own communities. Critical discussions about anti-blackness, transphobia, and Aztlan in our communities have been a long time coming. The hosts’ humor and rapport with each other really give the podcast an authentic feel. At the same time, I feel that they are seeking a moral purity that is simply unobtainable and comes across as woker-than-thou. I also find the way they discuss marginalized communities that they don’t belong to a bit infantilizing. It’s good to an advocate for black people and (EDIT: trans) people, but at times, their manner of speaking on behalf of these communities veers into patronizing and savior—complex-y. (If either of you is reading this, consider it a gentle calling in). That said, I am learning a lot from them and challenging some of my own biases. Learning and growing should be uncomfortable, and it’s not necessary to agree with everything that someone says in order to find validity in their overall message. And with that, I give this podcast 5 stars.

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