This week we say goodbye to our co-host, Kelsey Bolar. Before she goes, Kelsey joins us for one last episode to discuss our favorite topics: feminism and conservatism. We go back in time to break down a 1994 PBS interview with former Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown. In the interview Gurley Brown gives a rare inside look on how a once great movement was overtaken by the sexual revolution and modern leftism.


Happy Women’s History Month! Today, we break down two abortion bills that failed in the Senate last week. We also get deep discussing reality TV from Love Is Blind to The Bachelor, and debate what it means to be a lady.


We’re at the Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC, and we’ve got the rundown on everything you need to know from the first day on. We also have an exclusive interview with a major problematic woman: Mallory Quigley, vice president of communications for the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List. Plus: Our intern talks feminism with CPAC-ers and we give you an inside look from veteran CPAC patriots and first-timers.


Billy Porter recently appeared on Sesame Street wearing a dress, and while Big Bird and Elmo might be fine with it – Problematic Women and parents all over America have another opinion.


The folks at Teen Vogue are at it again, and this time they’re talking specifically about The Heritage Foundation. We discuss the mag’s most recent article about transgenderism with Emilie Kao, director of Heritage’s Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society. We also address why millennials are the most depressed generation, the reasoning behind Yale’s cutting a popular art history course, and political commentary at the 2020 Oscars.


We have a special episode this week…we are joined by one of the original Problematic Women – Kelsey Bolar! We take a deep dive into Taylor Swift’s new documentary Miss Americana and her rise to political activism. We also take a look at some of the surprising new emojis coming out this year including a gender-neutral Santa Claus and a transgender flag. Plus, let’s figure out what a “classic millennial sex pickle” is. We also have an inspiring interview with Emily Berning, founder of “Let Them Live” and our problematic woman of the week!


Are you not able to follow everything going on with the impeachment hearings? You’re not alone. Elizabeth Slattery, Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation joins the show to break down the proceedings at a 101 level.


Friday is the 47th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. In honor of this special day we have an episode dedicated to the pro-life movement. We break down the theme of this year’s march, the story of the original pro-life feminists, and some of the big positive and negative news stories surrounding the abortion debate.


This Saturday is the 4th annual Women’s March in Washington D.C.— but it’s not clear that the march will attract many women. We analyze the protest’s history from their strong start in 2017 to their drastic decline. We also talk about states considering legislation to regulate high school transgender athletes. Plus: Our take on “Toy Story 4” and why the accusations of the movie being racist and sexist are absurd.

This week on Problematic Women, we interview the “leading voice of the Heritage Foundation” Genevieve Wood to get her take on everything from feminism to football.


Kelsey Bolar, the original host of Problematic Women, is back in the studio, joined by her new baby girl. Bolar shares her experience as a first-time NICU mother, how that experience has affected her pro-life views, and what this new season of motherhood has taught her. We also get Kelsey’s takes on the news she’s missed while being away, touching on topics like Kanye West’s new Christian album and Chick-fil-A’s decision to no longer support The Salvation Army or The Fellowship of Christian Athletes.


Pro-Life Kids! is a new book created to teach and empower the next generation. Bethany Bomberger, an adoptive mother, educator, and the Executive director of The Radiance Foundation, created the book to highlight the value of every human being, before and after birth. We crown Bomberger as a Problematic Woman and interview her on what led to the creation of the book, her experience in the classroom, and her own pro-life journey.


We interview Problematic Woman Maria Sousa, Digital Director of the Heritage Foundation, wife and mother of four children. Sousa is also a D.C. native, a conservative, and devoted Catholic. She candidly shares life lessons from her college days to balancing a career and motherhood. She also gives her two secret ingredients for a perfectly tender and juicy Thanksgiving turkey!


We hear from author and journalist Meghan Daum. She is a columnist for Medium and the author of six books, including The Problem With Everything: My Journey Through the New Culture War. In an enlightening conversation, Daum discusses feminism, social media culture, #MeToo, and more.


We interview Allie Stuckey, The Conservative Millennial and host of the Relatable Podcast on BlazeTV. Stuckey discusses the spread of socialist ideology, her experiences on BlazeTV, the importance of mentors and how to balance a career with motherhood.


We bring you all the news on hip-hop star Kanye West’s new album, “Jesus Is King.” We also interview Katrina Trinko, the editor-in-chief of The Daily Signal and co-host of The Daily Signal Podcast, about the transgender movement’s push to make periods gender-neutral. She also discusses a child bride costume that was problematic in Australia.


We talk with Lindsey Burke, The Heritage Foundation’s education fellow, about a new collection of essays, “The Not-So-Great Society.” Burke, co-editor of the project, discusses what Lyndon B. Johnson’s programs really did for public education, and it’s little that is positive. She also suggests how we can begin to solve the problems the government has inflicted on the education system.


We discuss parents in the U.K. who sued a hospital for “wrongful birth” because their son was born with Downs Syndrome. They claim, had they known, they would have had an abortion instead.


As a leader of the radical feminist organization group Women’s Liberation Front, Natasha Chart doesn’t agree with conservatives on much. But when it comes to the transgender movement and protecting children from transgender ideology, she’s standing side by side with conservatives. Chart spoke Thursday at The Heritage Foundation’s Summit on Protecting Children From Sexualization. On this week’s edition of “Problematic Women,” we sit down with her to find out why.


We talk to Emilie Kao, The Heritage Foundation’s director of the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion & Civil Society. Emilie provides insights on sex discrimination in relation to federal civil rights laws and discusses the upcoming Supreme Court case R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This case could have major implications for sex-segregated spaces (such as bathrooms and locker rooms) and the way gender is interpreted in U.S. law.