This episode is bit outdated since it was recorded in December, but like a fine wine, it gets better with age.
The Hungry Women discuss the Grammy nominees, the stupid VS fashion show, and Amy comes clean about an injury involving tights.
The Dumb Shit White People Have Done This Week comes to us from Gwyneth Paltrow and her advanced knowledge of yoga. (Gross.)
The Fatphobic Disaster features USA Today and their incredibly fatphobic article and video about airplane comfort. The Body Politics Win is all the great teachers who are teaching body positivity.
The FUS/Feminist Forum celebrates that James Alex Fields was convicted of murder. Amy previews Surviving R Kelly (which is already out, so sorry for the old news). The Feminist Forum features a woman who was forced to give birth in handcuffs and shackles.
Our recommendations are: The Netflix movie Dumplin’. and the documentary God Knows Where I Am.
This week is a special episode featuring friend-of-the-podcast Amy Storch, aka Amalah.
As always, she’s refreshingly honest and funny discussing what it’s like to be “Internet” famous, how to raise 3 boys as feminists, and how her life is different since last June, when she almost died by suicide.
Hungry Bebes, welcome to the feast. This week, Paula and Amy really run the gamut of dumb to smart, which is pretty normal, I guess. Amy explains why she will never date Scott Disick, and the gals mourn the loss of Kim Porter. There’s a new segment on WASH called “Dumb Stuff Confessions” and oooh Paula’s is a doozy.
The Feminist Forum features the news of a sexual assault trial gone horribly wrong in Ireland, which resulted in Ireland setting itself on fire because of a lace-front thong.
Amy has the Fatphobic Disaster this week and it’s Teresa Guidice (and her effect on her four beautiful daughters). The Body Politics Win is an AWESOME tutorial on how to describe a fat person, and also some very wise words from Stefi Cohen.
The ladies recommend Robyn’s new album, Skin Wars (lol), and MJ’s wedding on Shahs of Sunset.
This episode is as sweet as holiday cookies. Did y’all know that Kim K is super #bopo (body positive) now? It’s because she put fatties on her perfume. Or put perfume on fatties? Regardless, fatphobia is over now, thanks to KKW. Paula talks about being heckled by old drunk women at Improv, and Amy laments being an old drunk woman. The Fatphobic Disaster this week is the dipshit in charge of Victoria’s Secret and their dumb fashion show. The F.U.S./Feminist Forum features white women and the election. Recommendations are: Haunting of Hill House, Schidt’s Creek and the movie Can You Ever Forgive Me? STAY HUNGRY!
The Hungry Women have a special guest for this episode…..HEATHER MAE! She’s a DC-based singer, songwriter, activist and all around bad-ass. She talks about her life, her family, her sexuality, her identity, and her music.
Well, this is the beginning of the rest of our lives. Through a series of fortuitous events and some primo Internet stalking by Paula, we nailed our very first interview with the absolute incomparable Erin Gibson, author of the best-selling book Feminasty and co-host of the podcast Throwing Shade. Erin is cool, smart, honest, funny and extremely accessible and we are truly honored that she shared her time with us. We talk about everything: her book, podcasting, feminism, the word cunt, what it takes to write a book, Hollywood, celebrities, intersectional feminism, RuPaul, body positivity, and makeup (duh).
Hungry Babies! This week Amy talks about her crazy solo trip to Puerto Rico and all the changes she’s been going through. Like, whoa. We can’t get enough of Mary Halsey, Missy Elliot’s funky white sister. We also discuss Drake’s apparent teenage girlfriend, and we have mixed emotions.
The Dumb Shit White People Have Done This Week is stupid pricey cannabis products.
The Fatphobic Disaster is Revolves Sweatshirts. The Body Politics Win is Paloma Elsesser.
The FUS is the murder of Botham Jean in Dallas.
Our recommendations are Making it with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman and the book Hillbilly Elegy. OMG and Sharp Objects.