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Women’s History Month Five Must-Stream Podcasts: 2017 Edition

March is Women’s History Month, and this year, we’ve added even more podcasts to our list (in case you missed last year’s, catch it here: 2016 must-reads: podcast edition)


Women of the Hour

Hosted by Lena Dunham and produced by BuzzFeed, this miniseries looks at friendship, love, work, bodies, and more.



Call Your Girlfriend
(Ann Friedman and Aminatou Sow)

blog-call-your-girlfriend“We’re highbrow and lowbrow, unapologetically feminist, and not afraid to realtalk each other about everything from menstrual cycles to workplace dramas.”

Ann and Amina—two smart, well-read, witty women—entertain listeners covering all things politics, pop culture, and periods. Lots of period talk because “period stigma is real,” says Amina.


The History Chicks

“Our goal is to introduce you to female characters in history, factual or fictional via our podcast and shownotes. An introduction, an overview and a little push to explore and learn more on your own.”



She Does

She Does podcast features creative minds working in media. Each episode centers around an intimate conversation yet digs deeper into each woman’s background, philosophy and process through artful audio documentaries soundtracked by music made by women. The show is hosted and created by Elaine Sheldon and Sarah Ginsburg, documentary makers who are interested in how their guests got to where they are today.


Honestly Though

Bustle’s new sexual health podcast, Honestly Though, tackles various women’s health topics using the real questions readers send to their advice columnists every day as its jumping-off point.