President Obama self-identifies as a feminist during a speech at the United States of Women Summit.
The comedians make preparations to observe Beyonce Day.
The comedians channel Q to explain spy gadgets to a new female 007.
The comedians send texts using Google's prospective emojis depicting women in the workplace.
Season 1 - Aired: 05/05/2016 | Views: 3,032
Brandon Wardell lists all the ways that a guy can tell if his girlfriend is cheating on him before addressing the ladies -- well, one lady.
Hasan Minhaj learns about the stunning pay gap between America's male and female pro soccer players.
Franchesca Ramsey responds to angry online criticism of the female-centric "Ghostbusters" reboot.
Rachel Feinstein's grandmother had a lot of opinions about how women should behave.
Rachel Feinstein prepares for her show in her best friend Amy Schumer's dressing room.
Roy Wood Jr. shares his gloomy outlook about Harriet Tubman's placement on the $20 bill.
Alice Wetterlund explains feminism and talks about her (very young) boyfriend.
The panelists discuss how "Hamilton" kept women from being honored on the front of the $10 bill.
Nikki Glaser reveals why she can't imagine taking her theoretical husband's name.
Nikki Glaser is concerned that her boyfriend is so good at finding porn.
Nikki Glaser talks about coming to terms with being an adult woman.
Three girls play a scarily realistic board game called The Glass Ceiling.
The comics make up #ScienceFoods, #HangoverSongs, #SpringBreakIn4Words and #AddAWomanImproveAMovie.
Season 1 - Aired: 03/17/2016 | Views: 2,525
Extremely woke male feminist Brandon Wardell explains why he thinks that slut shaming is destructive and needs to be stopped.
Mike Yard, Rory Albanese and Holly Walker debate a divisive lingerie ad.
Inspired by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's upcoming biopic, the comics add women to well-known movie titles.