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Imagine if you could overhear intimate, unfiltered conversations between the world’s most influential women? In season one of Dare I Say, the first podcast from HarpersBAZAAR.com, host Olivia Wilde allows us to do just that. The actress and activist takes us inside the sometimes heated, sometimes vulnerable, and always animated discussions that happen when two women—those unafraid to challenge the status quo—sit down to tackle the most pressing issues we’re facing today.

Imagine if you could overhear intimate, unfiltered conversations between the world’s most influential women? In season one of Dare I Say, the first podcast from HarpersBAZAAR.com, host Olivia Wilde allows us to do just that. The actress and activist takes us inside the sometimes heated, sometimes vulnerable, and always animated discussions that happen when two women—those unafraid to challenge the status quo—sit down to tackle the most pressing issues we’re facing today.

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Imagine if you could overhear intimate, unfiltered conversations between the world’s most influential women? In season one of Dare I Say, the first podcast from HarpersBAZAAR.com, host Olivia Wilde allows us to do just that. The actress and activist takes us inside the sometimes heated, sometimes vulnerable, and always animated discussions that happen when two women—those unafraid to challenge the status quo—sit down to tackle the most pressing issues we’re facing today.

Language:

English


Episodes

“You mustn't lower yourself for men around you. You must show him what a strong woman looks like’’ | Jameela & Jennifer

6/26/2020
Toxic masculinity is the result of a culture that perpetuates stereotypes which place men in a position of power and dominance over everyone else while simultaneously telling them that sharing their emotions is a sign of weakness. This concept has been ingrained in our social ecosystems forever, but we are finally able to call it out for what it is. Actor and creator of the I Weigh social media campaign, Jameela Jamil, speaks with author and HarpersBAZAAR.com political contributor, Jennifer...

Duration:00:35:08

‘’Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true.’’ | Analisa & Kweilin

5/29/2020
Having women participate in the economy at an identical rate as men would boost the world's economy annually by approximately $28 trillion. Yet, gender equality is still something that needs to be fought for in workplaces around the world. Kweilin Ellingrud, a senior partner at McKinsey where she leads gender equality research, sits with Analisa Balares, CEO and founder of Womensphere and commissioner of the women's refugee commission, to discuss why gender equality is not a zero-sum game,...

Duration:00:36:04

‘’You can't even tell the story of what happened to you unless you want to breach your agreement and be open to being sued’’ | Gretchen & Senator Gillibrand

5/22/2020
In 2016, Gretchen Carlson made headlines around the world when she was demoted and subsequently fired from Fox News after refusing sexual advances from her boss, Roger Ailes. Her story was the catalyst which prompted numerous women to come forward with similar allegations. Many of whom had been forced into secret arbitration to settle their complaints and as a result got swept under the rug. Both Gretchen and Senator Gillbrand have been champions of The Fair Act, which eliminates forced...

Duration:00:22:26

“We do not belong to the people who hurt us." | Chanel & Evan

5/15/2020
In 2015, Chanel Miller was sexually assaulted on the campus of Stanford University. Her attacker’s convictions carried a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison, but he was sentenced to six months and only served three. Evan Rachel Wood still cannot name her attacker to this day for a fear of safety. The two women are demanding change from both the media and lawmakers by pushing legislations such as The Phoenix Act, which was designed to improve rights for domestic abuse survivors, instead of...

Duration:00:33:41

‘’Democracy Can’t Thrive in Chaos.’’ | Jane & Peggy

5/8/2020
On September 20, 2019, the Global Climate Strike brought together approximately 4 million people around the world to fight for environmental justice, making it the largest environmental protest in history. Time is running out on how long the disastrous effects of climate change can continue to be ignored by those in charge. Jane Fonda has been arrested five times during climate protests on Capitol Hill as she stepped out of her comfort zone to stand with young people in their fight for a...

Duration:00:34:36

Introducing Dare I Say, Season Two

5/1/2020
Across the country, women are fighting to make the difference we deserve. In Dare I Say, we bring women together to discuss the activism and change they are inciting in the world. Dare I Say lets you sit in on the unfiltered, moving, and necessary conversations we otherwise would not be privy to. Whether it’s Jane Fonda and Peggy Shepard discussing the climate crisis and the need for collective action, Chanel Miller and Evan Rachel Wood advocating for better protections for survivors of...

Duration:00:00:46

“Polyester Is Plastic” | Maxine & Linda

4/22/2019
Sixty percent of our clothing ends up in the trash within a year of it being made. Our landfills are filling up, and the countries we rely on to house our trash are refusing it. In this frank conversation, Harper’s BAZAAR’s Digital Features Director, Olivia Fleming, and the founder of New Standard Institute, Maxine Bedat, call in to Los Angeles to speak with Linda Greer, creator of the NRDC’s Clean By Design Program, to discuss the ugly truths behind our beautiful clothing. Why are there so...

Duration:00:19:19

“More Plastics Than Fish” | Maria & Camilla

4/5/2019
New York produces 12,000 tons of waste every day. Out of that 12,000 tons, only 17 percent gets recycled. Soon, we will have more plastic than fish in our oceans. In this no-nonsense conversation, the President of the United Nations General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa, and west~bourne founder Camilla Marcus, discuss solutions small and large to plastic pollution. Who is responsible for weaning society off its toxic addiction to plastic? And who should bear the brunt of regulation:...

Duration:00:34:27

“White Supremacy Is Closer to the Surface Than I Ever Realized” | Jane & Patrisse

3/29/2019
Over coffee in L.A., Jane Fonda and Patrisse Khan-Cullors untangle the harsh realities of racism in America today. What can activists learn from the protest movements of the past? Why do white people need to confront their privilege? What can be done to reform the overcrowded jail system in Los Angeles County? One thing is for sure: 2019 is no time to be tame. Dare I Say is a podcast from HarperBAZAAR.com that sits in on unfiltered conversations between the most influential women of our...

Duration:00:14:32

“Courage Is Contagious” | Maria & Ana Maria

3/22/2019
Who were those brave women who cornered Senator Flake in the elevator? Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher became famous overnight for sharing a deep, personal secret on national television. In the days and months that followed, the duo became targets of abusive messages and violent threats, highlighting a culture that is founded on keeping women quiet. For Maria, who is just 23 years old, she had never said the term “sexually assaulted” out loud. For Ana Maria, the moment was about...

Duration:00:32:45

“Men in Power Are Unable to Lead.” | Maria & Ana Maria

3/21/2019
They delayed Senator Flake’s elevator and Brett Kavanagh’s nomination: Ana Maria Archilla and Maria Gallagher open up about the confrontation that changed the course of history

Duration:00:32:45

“Not All Curvy Women Have Tried and Failed at Being Skinny" | Candice and Precious

3/15/2019
Being curvy is not a political statement, nor is it a last resort. In this passionate and jolting conversation, models Candice Huffine and Precious Lee open up about fashion’s major diversity problem, debunking myths and misconceptions about being curvy, while musing on what a genuine attempt at inclusivity in fashion looks like. Spoiler: it’s not about filling quotas. Precious was the first black curvy model to appear in Sports Illustrated and Candice was the first curvy model to make the...

Duration:00:32:03

“I Always Ask, ‘Boy, Girl, or Trans?’” | Laverne & Rosario

3/8/2019
Remember when you couldn’t say “vagina” on national television? Rosario Dawson does. The actress and activist sits down with Laverne Cox for an intimate discussion about intersectional feminism, the bonds that unite us, and the silences that break us, in a time when anti-trans legislation is proliferating and civil rights are under attack. Americans can’t afford to be complacent. Hosted by “Booksmart” director Olivia Wilde, Dare I Say is a podcast from HarpersBAZAAR.com that sits in on...

Duration:00:26:56

“We Could Go Back to a Time Where Thousands of Women Die” | Sarah & Leana

3/8/2019
Roe v. Wade is teetering. Plans to strip funding to Planned Parenthood are underway. State legislatures across the U.S. are introducing motions to limit women’s reproductive rights and their access to healthcare. It’s only a matter of time before a case wends its way to the Supreme Court, which no longer has a pro-Roe majority. What happens when that day arrives? Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who won the 1973 case to legalize abortion, and Planned Parenthood’s new President, Dr. Leana Wen,...

Duration:00:35:32

Introducing Dare I Say

3/1/2019
From Texas to D.C. to Los Angeles, we traveled across the country to sit down with activists who seek the truth, leaders who speak truth to power, and role models who encourage us to live our truth, for honest conversations we’d otherwise never be privy to. Whether it’s dissecting the reality behind LGBTQIA rights with Laverne Cox and Rosario Dawson, or delving into the unapologetic lack of diversity in the fashion industry with models Candice Huffine and Precious Lee, our guests say what...

Duration:00:00:57