We’re Brittany and Meredith, and we host the podcast Girl’s Girls. Girl’s Girls is a weekly podcast featuring our unadulterated view on womanhood. Relationships, parenting, sex, politics, pop culture, cool guests, we’ve got it all, and we give it to you every Thursday.
Access to the Girl’s Girls Facebook Group. This women’s only group is centered around our podcasts and is a great place to chat about the show, or just meet other amazing women, talk about life, plan some meet-ups, make friends (internet friends are real friends, mom), and interact with us almost daily. What if I'm a guy? Hey, the group might be off limits, but keep reading, because you're still going to get loads of fun all access treats for your money, and it's a great way for you to support women, as well!
Members-Only Content. That's right, a whole mess of extras just for you! We'll post videos, send newsletters, and other exclusive content accessible only to our supporters!
Facebook Live. We record our podcasts together, so once a month we’ll be hopping in the Girl's Girls Facebook group to chat Live, ask you your thoughts, show you what we’re up to that day (probably tacos and no pants), and if we happen to be traveling, we’ll throw in some fun Live check ins from where we’re visiting. Coming here from the Glow Girl Podcast? Great! Tracy White does tarot and oracle cards pulls live, as well!
Girl’s Girls Media Updates. These members-exclusive posts will keep you up to date on show content, upcoming events, and also news and info about the new Girl’s Girls Media podcasts launching this year.
You might be thinking, whoa, this podcast has always been free, is this a money grab? And to that we have two answers.
So why are we doing this? Well first of all, we want to be able to support and pay the women (and trust us, it’s all women) who help make this amazing podcast. From the graphic designers, to editors, live show producers and sound professionals, new podcast creators within Girl's Girls Media, etc. We are surrounded by a girl gang, and throwing money their way is deeply important to us. Secondly, we earn it. We work hard, we support women, and we’re good at what we do, so we’re doing this thing where we are proud of ourselves and straight up owning it.