The Guilty Feminist

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Ever felt like you should be better at feminism?

Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them. 

The podcast has been a huge success with over 10 million downloads since it started at the beginning of last year.

Described as “hilarious, irreverent, eternally surprising, classy as hell, genius” (Guardian), Deborah Frances-White is a stand-up comedian whose BBC Radio 4 series won The Writers Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy.

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Age guideline: 18+

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  • Her high octane delivery & wry observations provide laugh after laugh.
       
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