Pulling It Together with Amanda G. Savage
A podcast about feminism, women's rights & comedy. Hosted by Los Angeles-based comedian Amanda G. Savage,
info_outline #AYearWithWomen creator Marya E. Gates 01/20/2015
#AYearWithWomen creator Marya E. Gates Blogger Marya E Gates @oldfilmsflicker talks about the history of Hollywood cinema, the reasons the industry is currently problematic for women and what moviegoers can do to help female directors and screenwriters. She and Amanda theorize as to why on God's green earth so few women were nominated for the Oscar's this year (and why Selma got ripped off).
info_outline Reductress Editors 01/13/2015
Reductress Editors Satirical Women's Magazine Reductress @Reductress cofounders Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo talk creating media through a feminist lens and the blessings of working in comedy. Beth, Sarah and Amanda talk scaring their moms with their comedy.
info_outline Walidah Imarisha 12/08/2014
Walidah Imarisha Educator & Writer Walidah Imarisha @WalidahImarisha parallels social justice movements to works of science fiction, speaks to the international support of #Ferguson, #BlackLivesMatter & #ICantBreathe and encourages a reshaping of our notion of justice. She and Amanda agree that sexism, racism & homophobia stack up in America's long-standing system of repression.
info_outline Brittani Nichols 11/17/2014
Brittani Nichols Writer & Performer Brittani Nichols @bishilarious talks about her ColorCreative.Tv pilot 'Words With Girls', the necessity of creating one's own content & the blips of success in this wacky town. She and Amanda encourage LGBT actors to move out to Hollywood so that they can cast them in their productions!
info_outline Eliza Skinner 11/10/2014
Eliza Skinner Writer & Performer Eliza Skinner @elizaskinner talks about the current polarization of gender in media & her fangirling out on Geena Davis. She and Amanda encourage listeners to build a feminist bubble around themselves! They also talk about porn & 'sex sells'.
info_outline Abbi Crutchfield 10/13/2014
Abbi Crutchfield Comedian & Host Abbi Crutchfield @curlycomedy remembers her walk of shame to retrieve a pair of (clean) underwear and reports that she doesn't love reporting women's ages. She & Amanda agree that the NYC streets are safest for women between 4am-6am.
info_outline Genevieve Danger Berrick 10/09/2014
Genevieve Danger Berrick Activist, Writer & Derby Girl Genevieve Danger Berrick of @LAHollaback fantasizes about walking down safe, carefree streets and having the full athletic capacity of women be utilized. She and Amanda agree that the word 'hello' can be scary.
info_outline James Fritz and Clara 07/21/2014
James Fritz and Clara Young feminist Clara and comedian James Fritz @jamesfritzcomic talk about the status of the women's rights movement and how it can be integrated into the social fabric. James and Amanda discuss combatting misogyny in the comedy scene.
info_outline Aida Rodriguez 07/07/2014
Aida Rodriguez Comedian Aida Rodriguez @funnyaida talks about the benefits of being on Last Comic Standing, the messages she hopes to spread for women & women being socialized to hate each other. She and Amanda muse about their desires for Tina Fey-esque careers.
info_outline Melissa Stetten 06/23/2014
Melissa Stetten Writer/Model Melissa Stetten @MelissaStetten talks about how her writing career legitimized her existence and her transcension of the 'dumb model' stereotype. She & Amanda agree that a woman's looks do little to help in the process of self-discovery.
info_outline Natalie Morgan aka Lady KillFace 06/16/2014
Natalie Morgan aka Lady KillFace Muay Thai fighter Natalie Morgan @ladykillface talks about the 'Art of 8 limbs', the origins of her nickname, and how it feels to be a buff woman in public. She and Amanda convene on the advantages of dating someone who works out.