The Sauce with Maya Gurantz and Rebecca Cohenis creating hilarious angry feminist podcasts
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Podcasting can feel like a one-sided affair; let's make it a back-and-forth conversation. All members get invited to the Sauce Speakeasy, a private community for chatting with Maya, Rebecca and other listeners about current & past episodes, politics, pop culture or anything else you want to delve into.
At this level, one year of your pledge could pay for two weeks of much-needed help from an intern. As thanks, you'll get access to the Sauce Speakeasy, as well as bonus content, including bonus episodes, live streams and glances behind-the-scenes.
Wow, really? You're amazing! Over the course of a year, your pledge at this level allows us to make an entire video episode. As thanks for such outstanding support, we'd like you to join us as a guest on an episode. And of course you'll also get access to the Sauce Speakeasy and all bonus content.
The Sauce is a culture and politics podcast featuring two know-it-all feminist killjoys who drink cocktails and ruin the stuff you love.
The co-hosts are overly-educated, highly opinionated women who've been friends since high school but now live on opposite coasts. Every week they get together (virtually) to get a little drunk and turn their feminist gaze on pop culture and recent events.
She also writes a lot of hot takes, but mostly less than 280 characters at a time.
Maya Gurantz , based out of LA, makes art, writes, and brainwashes – er, teaches – young impressionable minds. She likes long road trips in the American West, 70s cinema, and getting angry about the patriarchy. Don’t get her started (please, get her started).
Rather than a typical news or pop culture roundup, each episode of The Sauce is a deep dive into some big theme or notable trend - many of which you might not have thought about before. But Maya and Rebecca think about everything. "The Sauce" is where they deconstruct it all, breaking down pop culture to uncover its hidden meanings and revealing the surprising connections at the intersection of culture and politics... while drinking.
When we reach this pledge level, we'll be able to pay some poor sucker to help us out for a few hours a week. Might not sound like much, but it would free up our time so we can make podcasts more regularly and more often.