Charli XCX Made a Pretty Rad BBC Documentary About Being a Woman in the Music Industry

The music industry can oftentimes make you feel worthless, especially if you’re a woman. That’s why Charli XCX harnessed her self-proclaimed “pussy power” for a new BBC documentary called The F Word, which aired in the U.K. Tuesday night. It’s a 40-minute tour diary that features conversations with dozens of women in music — Marina and the Diamonds, Ryn Weaver, Ella Eyre, and even Jack Antonoff all pop up — that speaks to what it’s like being a capital-F feminist while navigating the music business. It’s a pretty insightful watch, and you can stream it in full above.

Watch Charli XCX’s Doc on Feminism in Music