July 23, 2020

EP. 16 — Deborah Frances-White

Comedian and podcaster Deborah Frances-White joins Jameela this week to discuss trans rights, the process of finding her birth mother, finding fulfillment outside of having children, the journey of her sexuality, and her podcast The Guilty Feminist. 


IWEIGH-016-20200723-WhiteDeborah-ACv03-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to the “I Weigh” podcast with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re well. I’m fine. Still nothing going on. Still fuck all. It’s just getting worse. Everything. Getting worse, everything getting dirtier. Just devolving will just be a puddle of a human being, by the end of this, just nothing but a big pile of goop. So hopefully you are doing better than I am at human-ing and adulting because this is not pretty. Anyway, I am excited to speak to actual adult Deborah Frances-White today, who you may know as the “Guilty Feminist” is one of the most successful podcasts in the world. They’ve had way over 70 million downloads by now, and it is just a funny, irreverent, safe space for people who care about feminism and care about causes, in particular, those that affect women and gender nonconforming people. But they themselves have some hypocrisies or theyR

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