Geena Davis is so outspoken about Hollywood's women problems, she founded a think-tank to bring the research receipts. But speaking up didn't come naturally for the Academy Award winner and feminist pop cultural icon. Live from the Bentonville Film Festival, Geena takes C&C on her journey from almost dying of politeness to finding her voice on the Thelma & Louise set. And how that did—and didn't—"change everything." Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashing the Patriarchy and Claiming Your Space is available now, wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Signed copies are available at ].
52. How to Solve Math Probs
Caroline and Cristen are going to couple's therapy — for math — with educator and stereotype-disrupter, Vanessa Vakharia. Bad-at-math baggage is easy to pick up, and Vanessa's here to teach C&C and some unladylike callers how to put it down already. All to find out: What happens when you rewrite your can't-do-math story, even if you're not a "numbers person"? Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashing the Patriarchy and Claiming Your Space is available now, wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Signed copies are available at with code UNLADYLIKE].
51. How to Wear Body Hair, Part 3
For Sikh women like Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa, head-to-toe hairiness isn't just normal - it's sacred. In the final episode of our three-part body hair miniseries, we follow Sukhjit as she navigates faith, feminism and baring her hair from the schoolyard to national television. See our special body hair illustrations by Miss Gloria at ].
50. How to Wear Body Hair, Part 2
Hairy feminists have haunted pop culture since the suffrage days, but is it time to give up those ghosts? In part two of a three-part miniseries on body hair politics, Caroline and Cristen explore how feminism and body hair became attached at the hip, and what it feels like when binary body positivity ignores your spot on the spectrum. See our special body hair illustrations by Miss Gloria at ] and the podcast Uncharted: Seattle.
49. How to Wear Body Hair, Part 1 with Sasheer Zamata
Pit hair might be having a moment, but more than 90 percent of American women still choose to remove it. In the first episode of a three-part miniseries spilling all our body hair secrets, Cristen and Caroline talk to comedian and actor Sasheer Zamata about opting out of the hair-removal rules. Plus, we investigate who decided lady-hair is gross, and why girls still take shaving for granted. See our special body hair illustrations by Miss Gloria at ].