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that's what she said

By Therese Barbato

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conversations with women about love

Customer Reviews

Inspiring podcast!

This is a great podcast to listen to, men and women alike! It will strum your strings like a guitaaaaar.

This is the best

Love this podcast. I listen every week!

In a sea of quallity podcasts, this one stands out.

Am I biased? You could say so. Therese is my step-cousin who I would support and pull for in any venture she undertook. However, I reveal that here in the spirit of full disclosure because this is not me writing as a supportive family member, rather as a true fan. I only finally started listening a few months ago and I was floored right from the start not only by the wiillingness on the part of the guests at the direction of the capable host to dive into some of the most intimate territory, but also the eloquence and grace and intelligence which is adhered to thematically, despite bursts of delightful humor and moments of real sorrow - and everything in between.
As a rabid fan of highly produced Podcasts like 2 Dope Queens and Sooo Many White Guys, I find That's What She Said to be on par in quality and content, tackling the issues that face young women today head on and unapologetically, staying funny or getting deep completely organically. Therese is a master interviewer: her questions are direct yet overtly empathetic. And despite the lax intonation of conducting the interviews over Rosé from her bed, she maintains laser focus on the subject's thoughts and ideas, only using her own anecdotal material to enhance what point has already been made.
If you only listen to one new podcast this month, make it this one. You will find yourself feeling smarter for having done so.

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