Nylon Magazine: "If you’re thinking of starting a feminist podcast, a few of our favorite experts have some words of advice for you. We spoke to the women of Guys We Fucked, Call Your Girlfriend, and She & Her about their experiences in the world of podcasting. Before you hit the airwaves, you may want to keep these three tips in mind." Read More.
Indy Week: "The first time I tuned into WHUP-FM, a low-power radio station centered in downtown Hillsborough, I prepared for disappointment....The show coming from my speakers was called She & Her, "an hour-long talk and music show about millennial women." As someone who is neither millennial nor female, I assumed it was my best shot at not connecting with WHUP's eclectic programming. But I was wrong." Read More.
Be Your Own Muse: "The episodes often interview an inspiring or empowering woman, but they are particularly strong because of the story they craft. These stories will broaden your perspective and encourage self-love – both which are essential to personal success and a life well-lived." Read More.
Thoughtful. Empathetic. Thought-Provoking. Powerful. Beyoncé. A must-listen. -Listener review on iTunes
This fills me with so much joy for women doing things and starting conversations that I, for one, am craving to hear and join...Thank you Sandra Davidson and Anita for creating this much needed platform for women to discuss life and tell stories. WEAR THE DAMN BIKINI, YA'LL! -Listener on Facebook
Young feminists rock the radio waves! So excited to have been part of your very first listening audience ... I look forward to learning from you and your guests and reflecting on my own life in the process. Tears in my eyes. - Listener on Facebook
Forthright, smart, funny, and always well-timed. she + her = an excellent podcast for women who love supporting other women, and like to talk about it. allies, feminists, and woke men: check it out! - Listener on Facebook
It was so wonderful to be able to sit in the car and hear you two talk and know that there are other people out there thinking about the same things that I am -Listener from San Francisco