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For over twenty years, Rebecca Traister has been a leading voice in gender issues and abortion politics. The Cut Columnist joined host Lindsay Peoples to talk about the leaked Supreme Court draft and what a post Roe future could mean for many Americans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
No, You Shut Up author, youngest national press secretary on record, and host of a new show on MSNBC- this heady resume belongs to this week's guest- the one and only Symone Sanders. Host Lindsay Peoples Wagner is joined by Symone for a discussion on boundaries, maintaining hope in politics, and their own relationships with ambition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're slowing things down this week with Celine Semaan an advocate, an author, and the founder of the climate innovation lab Slow Factory. Host Lindsay Peoples sat down with Celine to chat about career pivots, the future of sustainable fashion, and the value of hope in the fight against climate change. Check out Slow Factory Sign up for updates on Celine's book, A Woman Is a School, here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sustainability is often framed as an obstacle to a successful business in today's world, but Leah Thomas- aka Green Girl Leah- has carved out a career marrying the two. On this episode, host Lindsay Peoples talks shop with Leah, diving into the coinage of Intersectional Environmentalist, bringing Black joy to the environmental movement, and how she's made a career out of making the world a little more equal for everyone and a little nicer to our home planet. Check out https://www.intersectionalenvironmentalist.com/ for more about the Intersectional Environmentalist Hub. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How does a lady go from "breakout star" to established actress? This week, Lindsay Peoples sits down with the star of Atlanta, The Harder They Fall, and Deadpool 2, Zazie Beetz, to talk about that journey, avoiding burnout along the way, and the joys of facing fear head-on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Her Shoes: Anna Sui

In Her Shoes: Anna Sui

2022-03-1623:491

What does it take to sustain a legendary career? On this week’s episode, host Lindsay Peoples sits down with iconic designer Anna Sui to peek behind the curtain of her creative process, delve into her rich encyclopedic fashion knowledge, and celebrate New York City as an endless source of inspiration. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From How I Met Your Father, Younger, to (of course) Lizzie McGuire- In Her Shoes is breaking down what goes into building a stellar career full of iconic characters. Lindsay Peoples Wager is joined by the one and only Hilary Duff for a conversation on surviving teen stardom, aughts nostalgia, and the power in depicting positive female friendships onscreen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Her Shoes is taking over The Cut, interviewing the people we love, admire, or just find interesting. Each episode explores how our guest found their path, what got in their way, and how they think about bringing others along now that they’ve arrived. On this episode, Editor-in-Chief of the Cut, Lindsay People's Wagner sits down with CEO of Black Opal and Fashion Fair, former White House social secretary, and black makeup legend Desiree Rogers for a conversation about career shifts, the Obama White House, and the future of black cosmetics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today’s In Her Shoes, host and Editor-in-Chief of The Cut Lindsay Peoples Wagner spoke with actor, reality TV star, podcaster, and author Garcelle Beauvais! Of Coming to America and Real Housewives of Beverley Hills fame, Garcelle spoke with Lindsay about immigrating to the U.S. at a young age, the trials of being the first black Housewife in her cast, and even explains the phenomenon that was requesting music videos on TV. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Search of Himbos

In Search of Himbos

2021-12-2921:151

The ideal man seems to have shifted from Mr. Darcy to Magic Mike. Someone who makes up for their intellectual blindspots with kindness and a hot bod. But do they exist outside of films and television? The Cut’s B.A. Parker goes on a mission to find out if himbos are real. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After years of experimenting with drugs, Lily discovers the psychedelic underground. It’s a world of shamans and guides - people illegally practicing psychedelic therapy to treat trauma. Their secret mission is to make this treatment more widely available in order to “promote the evolution of humankind.” But what will they overlook to get there? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the latest episode of In Her Shoes, the Cut editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner sat down with actor Gabourey Sidibe, know for her Oscar-nominated acting debut in 2009's Precious. Since Precious, Gabourey has continued to make a career for herself in movies and television: American Horror Story, Empire, Antebellum… and now, she’s entering the world of scripted podcasting with her new show: If I Go Missing, The Witches Did It. We spoke about Gabourey’s new gig, life after her Oscar nom, and so much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Emily Ratajkowski's Body

Emily Ratajkowski's Body

2021-12-1525:373

For model Emily Ratajkowski, there's a blurred line between empowerment and objectification. Coming up in the world of modeling, a harrowing experience with a photographer provided an early education in power dynamics, shame and what it means to be the object of desire. Her essay on that experience for The Cut went viral last year. Now, she's expanded on the ideas in that piece in a new memoir called "My Body." The Cut's executive producer Hanna Rosin talked to Emily about starring in an infamous music video, growing up with a woman's body and taking control of how that body was viewed as an adult. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of In Her Shoes, The Cut's Editor-in-Chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner sat down with actor and director Sanaa Lathan. Born and bred in New York City, Sanaa started out as a teen guest-starring on sitcoms like Family Matters and Moesha, before becoming a staple in rom-coms like Love And Basketball, The Best Man, and Brown Sugar. She also has appeared in blockbusters like Blade and Alien Vs. Predator, where, as she’s pointed out before, she is one of the only Black women to save the world in a movie. The pair spoke about embracing natural hair, Sanaa's directorial debut, and how much she loves transcendental meditation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We trust our friends with the most intimate details of our lives. Yet for a lot of us, talking about finances feels off limits. So what happens when you find yourself in a friendship where money becomes an issue? In collaboration with NPR's Life Kit, the Cut's Jazmín Aguilera tries to find a solution. First, she talks to TikToker Tom Cruz, who went viral for showing the world a spreadsheet of his friends' incomes. He says radical transparency is the key to managing friends and money. Then she talks to Otegha Uwagba, author of "We Need To Talk About Money," on how to deal with friends who are much wealthier than you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
More women are putting off having kids, which means the egg freezing business is booming. But with the process costing thousands and thousands of dollars, egg freezing is mostly a luxury good at this point. Unless you're willing to donate your eggs to someone else at the same time you freeze them for yourself. The Cut’s B.A. Parker talks to journalist Anna Louie Sussman about the logistics and ethics of egg freeze and share programs, and how different women feel about giving away their eggs in order to gain a shot at becoming parents later in life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Countertop kitchen appliances — cookers that range from slow to fast — promise healthier, easier, better ways to feed the body. These gadgets of convenience have raised the standards for how much variety and excitement one can reasonably expect from a meal. But what do we do with the time we’ve saved? Nice Try! Interior from Curbed heads into the kitchen and explores the anxiety-absolving promise of home-cooking equipment and how these inventions embody a battleground over what and how we eat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Why Bother Being Nice?

Why Bother Being Nice?

2021-11-1726:062

No matter who you are, inevitably there is someone telling you to “be nicer” or “stop being so nice”. Girlbosses preach that nice girls don't get the corner office, and yet Instagram slogans plead to "be nice." But what is niceness? Is it a virtue? A defense mechanism? A personality trait? And how can one try to be nice in a mean world? Avery Trufelman turns to Jonathan Van Ness for answers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The pandemic has left a lot of us with this sense that our friends have disappeared. So Cut producer Noor Bouzidi goes in search of a new social life. She goes on friend dates with strangers she met on Bumble. And talks to friendship expert Dr. Miriam Kirmayer and lifestyle vlogger Katherine Berry about how to connect when you're self conscious about being the kind of person who needs to connect. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A new culture war is playing out in public in the form of antivax protests and an avalanche of social media posts from vaccine skeptics. But the divide is also playing out in private. And it's exploding relationships between people who've chosen to get vaccinated and those who have not. This week, The Cut's Jazmín Aguilera talks with Lux Alptraum about how she broke up with her longtime personal trainer. Then, The Cut's Angelina Chapin tells the story of one woman whose parents picked their antivax ideology over going to their daughter's wedding. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comments (39)

Lavender Pixie

They remind me of my husband and I when we first met... 🔥💕🚬

Jul 7th
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Lavender Pixie

As a PAWG, I can relate to this so hard!! ☹️

Jun 26th
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Music AltAcc

These guests are talking about kindness like its a tool and no one touched on the moral end. You can be nice to people because you believe people deserve kindness. Or because you want to put out good energy for people. You don’t need to dedicate yourself to niceness or meanness.

Apr 12th
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Lavender Pixie

Thirties are good because your mind has never been more powerful, but then your body begins to fail you for the first time ever... I think it's all about balance. That's the theme of the thirties overall, in my opinion. Yin and yang.

Mar 3rd
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ForexTraderNYC

love how the ladies r introspective, will chk out the movie.

Mar 3rd
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ForexTraderNYC

Alison's friendship is kinda obsessive n kinda creepy. I mean we shouldn't be THIS attached to anything or anyone..it's a bit too much because people needs change n need other people n have own ambitions so some distance is necessary to avoid being disappointed in future.

Feb 24th
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ForexTraderNYC

hmm to explore your lovers body her physical n the interaction through language of intimacy is so appealing. I think we should help our partner fulfill themselves..but then Q arises which kink is OFF PUTTING..I've heard of all kinds of links but 2girls1cup thing, ahh no THANKS! haha...my own kink hmm, I find the natural body scents of women has always been intoxicating for me.

Feb 24th
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Lavender Pixie

It's not just alcohol. We've been overindulging in drugs of all kinds. Not a good time to be an addictive personality whatsoever...

Feb 22nd
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Lavender Pixie

Very interesting... 🤔

Feb 19th
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Whitney Ivanoff

This is a great show. Nice portraits, very informative. So glad I subbed!

Oct 24th
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Whitney Ivanoff

How perfectly you were able to capture the essence of sickness in it all!

Sep 23rd
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Gwendolyn Higgins

I never listened to the previous incarnation of this podcast, but I loved Avery Trufelman on 99% invisible, so I decided to check it out. Looking forward to more!

Aug 20th
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angedeklerk

merry christmas

Dec 16th
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angedeklerk

happy

Dec 16th
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angedeklerk

woman

Dec 16th
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Inna Pak

Wait. But what about therapy?

Oct 18th
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Barry Murphy

Episode 60 of The Cut: Your Driver is Here. Shocking, brilliant episode, reflects so well on all participants, especially the victim; please post updates

Oct 15th
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Zamhe Obi

I love you guys. /ladies lol

Sep 10th
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AdSense DeKlerk

history repeats itself.

Jul 10th
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AdSense DeKlerk

innocent people

Jul 10th
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