Follow us for the latest!

Kelly & Tracy have something to say...

Two professional women, one a Democrat and the other Republican, find common ground over misogyny and sexism in the chaotic world of modern American society in this smart, funny, and NSFW podcast.

Join Tracy Dietz and Kelly Gibson as they drink wine, share stories, and contemplate the best ways to deal with the asshats and douchebags they encounter every day.

Listen to the podcast!

And subscribe wherever great podcasts are free!

Babywearing for the Win!

Kelly is freezing this week in North Dakota while Tracy enjoys a beer (not wine? Gasp!). The Dames get along and agree when discussing Michelle Obama’s new memoir, Becoming, and they ask, “Did Michelle Obama’s fashion style pave the way for future first ladies?” Tracy reveals that she once wore her daughter to a business…

Listen Now

2018 Midterm Election Wrap-up

The Dames are suffering from post-election exhaustion but are really excited about the historic number of women elected to Congress, Governor, and other high-level positions all across the country. Congratulations women! Everything isn’t rosy, however, as a new report out of the UK shows that sexism in the workplace is worse than previously thought. Worse…

Listen Now

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

This week the Dames jump right in and discuss a new survey about sex that shows Democrats and Republicans don’t just disagree about politics, they have very different sexual fantasies. The results are not what they expected. Spoiler: Both Dems AND Repubs fantasize about sex with Bill Clinton. Waah? Tracy treats Kelly nicely by bringing…

Listen Now

iTunes Reviews

These women are fabulous!

05/03/2018 7:32 AM by EmDoh from United States

This podcast was recommended to me by a coworker. I am so glad I started listening! I am loving the discussion that Kelly and Tracy are sharing. I find it to be very similar to conversations I am having with my own friends and I love hearing the bipartisan ideas and opinions from each woman in such a relatable way. Thank you ladies!


I'm obsessed!

04/02/2018 6:37 PM by JenHarrington from United States

I’ve been binge listening to this podcast and I’m obsessed. Tracy and Kelly are hilarious! I love that they can totally disagree with each other on political issues but come together for the sake of women and friendship.


Love em’

01/23/2018 7:13 AM by actionandadventuer from United States

These ladies are clever, informed and also real. Although I am a life long dem I love to hear Tracy’s POV. Get er’ done gals!!


Addictive!

12/05/2017 1:00 PM by kholliday22 from United States

Love these ladies - their takes on current women's issues is both refreshing and insightful. A true insider's peak behind the curtain of American politics today.


Bipartisan fun!

12/05/2017 10:19 AM by Better Skier than Kelly from United States

Love listening to these two characters talk politics, feminism, mysogyny, sexism, wine! Disagreeing but with friendship and positivity! We need more of this in politics!


👌🏻

12/04/2017 4:13 PM by LeboLady from United States

Love listening to these ladies! Girlpower at its finest.


Bipartisan analysis I can listen to.

11/29/2017 6:10 PM by TanyaTarr from United States

More like this, please. Including the strong opinions and em, strong language.


Love these women

11/29/2017 6:46 AM by NJEnviroGuy from United States

These two don't hold back and the give and take between Tracy and Kelly is refreshing, fun and engaging. Just subscribed and can't wait for the next one!


Telling it like it is!

11/29/2017 6:31 AM by Chboogie from United States

These women are awesome! I don't always agree, but I love listening to them.


Download and Subscribe to Dame It All To Hell!

Get exclusive content and other special features!

Join the Dame It All email list to be the first to hear about contests, live shows, and more!

Meet the Dames!

Kelly Gibson & Tracy Dietz are firecrackers.

Back in 2015, they were strangers who happened to be seated at the same table for a private dinner during a professional conference. Surrounded by men who only wanted to talk about how pretty they looked, a friendship was born when they asked, in unison, "Why are men so awful?"