Join our weekly girl’s night out with some of the most fascinating and fabulous women on the planet. We dish on everything from #metoo and sex to, well, doing the dishes. No topic is off-limits - unless it’s boring.
It’s the gossipy, smart, witty conversation you’d have if all of your girlfriends (and some of your guy friends too!) were experts on the hot topics of the moment. High spirited and high minded, we don’t argue or whine but seek to get to the heart of the matter, over cocktails (or wine).
Bubbly, sparkling, and inclined to speak French when tipsy, Christina is the human embodiment of her favorite cocktail, a Kir Royale. Christina counters tired doctrines and rigid political correctness with wit and charm – along with an arsenal of facts. Yes, she’s that friend who studied and did her homework before the party.
Author of 5 books, including Who Stole Feminism? and The War Against Boys—the latter a New York Times "Notable Book of the Year." Other books include Freedom Feminism, One Nation Under Therapy (with Dr. Sally Satel), and The Science on Women in Science.
Resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where Christina studies the politics of gender and feminism, as well as free expression, due process, and the preservation of liberty in the academy.
Contributor to publications such as The Journal of Philosophy, The New England Journal of Medicine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Republic, Slate, The Daily Beast, and The Atlantic.
Host of the popular video blog, The Factual Feminist, which has garnered more than four million views.
When the party’s starting, Danielle’s the one throwing it. A master convenor of ideas, personalities, and lively conversation, Danielle is that party hostess who puts every guest at ease … and gets the dancing going. Her favorite cocktail is the classic side car: a smooth combination of tangy and sweet which packs an unexpected punch.
Author of four books, including What Our Mothers Didn’t Tell Us: Why Happiness Eludes the Modern Woman, which resulted in Vanity Fair describing her as “one of the most important new thinkers about women and family.”
Other works include a novel, AmandaBright@Home, the first modern work of fiction to be serialized in the Wall Street Journal. She’s also the co-author of a cookbook, From a Polish Country House Kitchen, co-written with Pulitzer-prize winning historian Anne Applebaum.
A contributing editor to the Huffington Post, Danielle’s articles and essays have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Daily Telegraph. A former columnist for the New York Post, she has appeared on NBC’s Today show as well as CSPAN, MSNBC, PBS, CNN, and NPR.
Christina's dog Izzy likes champagne as much as she does.
Danielle packs a wicked right hook.
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Why are so many men turning off, tuning out, and dropping out? Christina & Danielle explore this disturbing trend with Timothy Carney, author of the new book "Alienated America." PLUS men's revenge on VDay & more.
Is it "New Year's Eve with nuclear weapons?" as surprise guest David Frum asserts to Christina and Danielle? Worst VDay fails, talking vaginas, walking penises, and much MUCH more.
Sure, we may have dark roots -- but Danielle & Christina have an otherwise stimulating conversation with Claire Lehmann, editor of the fabulous online journal, Quillette. PLUS what is the correct posture for, um, a dick pick?
Men identifying as women are challenging women's sports, women's organizations, women's spaces, and even the very definition of womanhood itself. Disagree -- and they may threaten to beat the crap out of you. Meghan Murphy reports to Christina & Danielle from the frontlines.
The one FREE & best thing you can do for your children to set them up for life. Author Meghan Cox Gurdon reveals the miracle effects of reading aloud. Plus Christina & Danielle debate the new Gillette ad and more.
Did Farrakhan followers and other radicals kill the Women's March? Leah McSweeney discusses her explosive Tablet magazine article on the movement's meltdown. Plus, watch out, it's JanuHairy!
Christina & Danielle discuss how we all seem to be getting the holidays wrong in the finale of Season 2.
The globally bestselling author of "The 12 Rules for Life" reveals to Christina & Danielle the secrets of his long marriage, why dating apps suck, how to handle a belligerent toddler, why his feminist critics are wrong, and more in this podcast recorded before a live audience at the American Enterprise Institute.
The culture has never been more tolerant of every type of sex, but young people are shying away from it. The Atlantic's Kate Julian joins Danielle & Christina to explain this unprecedented trend.
Christina & Danielle brace for the season of binge drinking PLUS catch up on the most crazy recent #metoo stories and listener feedback.
Pulitzer-prize winning historian Anne Applebaum recounts her losses of friendships over two continents from political extremism. Danielle & Christina explain why they remain her firm BFFs.
From disgusting traditional foods to that crazy uncle, we have you covered. Danielle & Christina entertain guest mansplainer David Sommers on sports, and author Diana Butler Bass on how to be more grateful.
America's most successful licensed prostitute, Alice Little of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, makes the case for legalized brothels. Meanwhile Christine & Danielle worry about an invasion of sexbots.
The Republican Women for Progress faces the thankless task of trying to bring moderate female voters back to the GOP. Christina and Danielle talk girl politics and more in this special mid-term election podcast.
The majority of Americans agree on gun control measures that will prevent massacres and respect the 2nd Amendment. Shannon Watts tells us why it will be mothers who will turn the tide in this deadly debate. Guest femsplainer Meghan Cox Gurdon joins Danielle in this timely pre-election interview.
Has too much screen time and helicopter parenting contributed to an increasingly helpless and depressed new generation of students? Greg Lukianoff, co-author of "The Coddling of the American Mind," mansplains the problem to Danielle & Christina.
Helen Pluckrose reveals to Christina & Danielle how she and two professor colleagues fooled some of the most prestigious academic journals into publishing blatantly silly articles.
What happens when a Craig's List ad leads you to a job in the White House? Beck Dorey-Stein, author of the memoir From the Corner of the Oval, reveals to Christina & Danielle what it's really like working for the President.
Are all-boys schools and frats still breeding grounds for binge drinking and sexual assault? The Atlantic contributor Emily Yoffe & Millennial Mansplainer Nat Frum reveal all to Danielle and guest co-splainer Melinda Sidak.
Sexual neuroscientist Dr. Debra Soh on gender neutral parenting, trendy transsexuals, why women don't commit sex crimes and other sexy issues with Christina and Danielle.
The magnificent Margaret Hoover discusses her recent reboot of "Firing Line," the famous TV show hosted by William F. Buckley, with Christina and Danielle -- and what it's like to be a president's great-grandaughter and more.
Obsessive fears have created a culture in which children's freedom is now drastically curtailed. Parents who let their kids play outside or walk to school alone face arrest. How did this happen? Kim Brooks, author of "Small Animals: Parenthood in the Age of Fear" femsplains to Danielle and guest co-host, Meghan Cox Gurdon.
Christina and Danielle catch up on all the news and listeners' questions after a summer apart.
Washington's leading hostess of Georgetown cocktail parties is also a serious student of the occult. Christina & Danielle explore both worlds with the famous & fabulous journalist as they discuss Quinn's new memoir, FINDING MAGIC: A Love Story.
Sexual predators come in all types. But should they all be treated the same way? Christina & Danielle explore the dark world of sexual deviancy with The Atlantic's Emily Yoffe.
Models face a constant barrage of sexual exploitation, harassment and improper demands. Too often agencies collude with the perps. Where's the fashion industry's #MeToo? Top model Sara Ziff, founder of the Model Alliance, reveals the ugly side of the beauty business to Christina and Danielle.
Adult film star Chanel Preston reveals all to Christina & Danielle in this fascinating conversation about the effects of porn on us, our lovers, our culture, and our children.
David Frum takes your questions on love and marriage with Christina and his wife of now 30 years, co-host Danielle.
Discover how life only gets better after age 50, even for us sagging femsplainers! Listen to Christina & Danielle's uplifting discussion with Jonathan Rauch, author of "The Happiness Curve."
Mandy Stadtmiller's long night's journey into day. Join Christina & Danielle in candid conversation with the author of the new book "Unwifeable."
An intimate girls' night out with the celebrated champion of Islamic women's rights. (She's also our BFF.) Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins Danielle and Christina for the latest episode of The Femsplainers.
What's a frat boy to do in the post #metoo era? Millennials Nat & Joe mansplain the answer. And what's a young woman to do with these men? The witty and brilliant Caitlin Flanagan femsplains the way.
You won't believe how similar the Clinton/Trump sex scandals are -- and the women who enable them. Recorded before a live audience at the AEI/Ricochet Podcast Summit, Danielle and Christine talk with columnist Mona Charen, author of the forthcoming book "Sex Matters."
In their debut episode, Christina and Danielle reminisce about how they first met: in a TV studio before a debate with the founder of modern feminism, Betty Friedan. Christina smoked, Danielle did a shot, and Betty lunged at them over the podium. That's when they knew they would be BFFs. Featured cocktail: Kir Royale.