Where are the female Joe Rogans?

 Beverly Johnson (@lovydovybevy)5 years, 1 month ago

Hey friends.

So, I listen to a number of podcasts and here are some of my favorite people to listen to:
The Joe Rogan Experience
The Duncan Trussell Family Hour
You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes
The Aubrey Marcus Podcast
Third Eye Drops with Michael Phillip

I love these guys. They’re curious, intelligent, open-minded, aren’t afraid of talking about spirituality, they’re entrepreneurs/businessmen- overall they are very interesting people. 

Now my question is: Where tf are the females?!

Granted a lot of the guys in the podcasts I listed all hang out in the same circles: They’re stand-up comics, Onnit academy owners, all that. But that doesn’t matter. I’m still concerned as for where the women podcasters are who I can look up to and get a different perspective on all of my favorite topics. 

I notice the same thing on this site, High Existence as well as other popular blogs I come across that cover the same kinds of topics. Why is it mostly men who seem to be speaking out about these topics? I find it hard to believe that there are no women who are out there doing podcasts or blogging about the same topics as these guys. Strong, open-minded women who think critically about the world and the happenings within it, consciousness, etc. Where are they? 

Please help me. Give me some recommendations because I’d love to support my fellow women who are out here on the similar journey/path that I’m on, and who I feel can give me some insight on these topics as a woman. 

Love love so much love,

May 4, 2016 at 12:22 pm
Anjelica (101) (@Anjelica) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

What about the women he interviews?

What types of topics are you interested in?

I like Barbara Brennan, Caroline Myss, Teal Scott as energy healers/Mystics. 

I love Penelope Trunk as a blogger about homeschooling and business advice. 

Good books for women are Yoni Shakti and The Women Who Run With Wolves. 

The Birth Without Fear, Empowerd Birth Project, and Tribe de Mama organizations are great.

But Joe Rogan isn’t very new agey and a lot of this stuff is.  

Beverly Johnson (48) (@lovydovybevy) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

He’s had a few women on the podcast whom I really enjoy but none of them have podcasts themselves. 
Thanks for all of the recommendations! They’re going on my list :)
I enjoy new age topics as well. Third Eye Drops, The Duncan Trussell Family Hour, and Pete Holmes get into those spiritual topics which I enjoy immensely. I will check all of your recs out, thanks so much Anjelica.


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