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33 Min Released Oct 13, 2016

Grab 'Em By The Pussy Bow Blouse

This week on “Lady Problems,” the MTV News podcast dedicated to pop culture’s treatment of women, Teo Bugbee and Rachel Handler join forces with Gaby Wilson, MTV News correspondent and perhaps the most stylish human we have ever met. We talk about our Fucked Up In A Good Way Movie About Women Of The Week — Hausu, a 1977 Japanese horror film that will mindfuck you right up — before we dig into whether Melania Trump's Gucci pussybow blouse at this week's debate was shade, subterfuge, or secret-agent shit. We also pull in MTV News Style Editor Haley Mlotek to talk about her recent New York Times article about the "no makeup" makeup trend and whether we're approaching the "natural beauty" singularity.

Find Rachel, Hazel, and Teo on Twitter and say hi, and call us up with your Lady Problems at 205-677-5239 — yes, that is 205-677-LADY, and if you think we’re not going to remind people of that every single week, then you must not know Lady Problems.

Lady Problems

Lady Problems

Lady Problems is MTV's weekly look at how pop culture is treating women. Hint: “poorly.”

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