Women of The Daily Show
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 • E110Dul-Sayin' - Gender Stereotypes in Children's Books
Dulcé Sloan explores the long and continuing history of outdated gender role portrayals in children's books, from the "Dick and Jane" series to Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" and beyond.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 • E65Histhery with Desi Lydic - Bras
Desi Lydic looks at the history and evolution of the bra, including its eventual replacement of the corset and role as an instrument of both physical liberation and cultural oppression.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 • E56Dul-Sayin' - Celebrating Black Romance Novelists
Dulcé Sloan highlights the steamy prose of pioneering Black women who made their mark as romance novelists, including Beverly Jenkins, Rubie Saunders and Sandra Kitt.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 • E26Histhery with Desi Lydic - Woman Veterans
In honor of Veterans Day, Desi Lydic highlights America's unsung woman soldiers throughout history, including Deborah Sampson, Malinda Blalock, Opha May Johnson and Charity Adams Earley.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 • E111Histhery with Desi Lydic - Men vs. Women Bearing Children
Desi Lydic chronicles Western medicine's history of mishandling the childbirth process, and the squeamish and unsympathetic male doctors who've put women at risk.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 • E86Dul-Sayin' - Pioneering Women Rappers
Dulce Sloan highlights trailblazing women rappers whose early contributions to hip hop have largely been forgotten, including Sylvia Robinson, Roxanne Shante and Queen Latifah.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 • E76Dul-Sayin' - Celebrating Activist Women Athletes
Dulce Sloan explores the unsung history of women athletes whose controversial acts of protest made them trailblazers for justice, from Eroseanna Robinson to Wyomia Tyus to Allyson Felix.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 • E75Histhery with Desi Lydic - Female Orgasms in Film
Desi Lydic explores the complicated history of women having orgasms on-screen, from Hedy Lamarr's groundbreaking scene in the 1933 film "Ecstasy" to the 2020 series "Bridgerton."
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 • E64Dul-Sayin' - The Strong Black Woman Stereotype
Dulce Sloan breaks down the history of the stereotype of the strong Black woman and argues that, despite its well-meaning post-slavery origins, it places a destructive burden on Black women.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 • E141Dul-Sayin' - The 19th Amendment
Dulce Sloan commemorates the 100th anniversary of American women winning the right to vote and highlights the major obstacles Black women continue to face at the polls.