September 14, 2023

EP. 180 — Caitlin Moran – LIVE

Jameela is joined by author, journalist, and broadcaster Caitlin Moran for this special live episode – recorded from Kings Place for the 2023 London Podcast Festival. Jameela & Caitlin take the stage to talk about modern masculinity and some of the heartbreaking research Caitlin has discovered in writing her latest book ‘What About Men?’. They about the loneliness of men and how we all need to prepare for our mental health now and later in life and how it benefits us all to be a better version of ourselves. They discuss Caitlin’s focus on ‘being a woman’ & girlhood, and while women have feminism for empowerment and growth, men are yet to organize themselves in the same way, and lots more.


Caitlin Moran’s newest book ‘What About Men?’ is out now and you can follow her on IG @mscaitlinmoran and Twitter @caitlinmoran

You can find transcripts for this episode on the Earwolf website


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