Bridget Phetasy

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BornBridget Walsh
(1978-11-15) November 15, 1978 (age 45)
  • Writer
  • podcaster
SpouseJeren Montgomery

Bridget Phetasy (born November 15, 1978) is an American writer, podcast host, and political commentator. Her work covers political polarization, addiction, religion, media fragmentation, and other topics. She is a writer and contributing editor for The Spectator and has written for The Federalist (website), Playboy magazine, Tablet (magazine), Quillette, The Atlantic, and other outlets. She is also the host of the Weekly Dumpster Fire on YouTube and the Walk-Ins Welcome podcast.

Early Life

Bridget Phetasy was born on November 15, 1978 to an Irish and Italian Catholic family. She is the oldest of five children. [1]During her childhood she lived in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Minnesota. Her family moved around frequently. Her parents divorced when she was 12.[2] [3] She has written about being drugged and raped at 18 while she was living in Minnesota.[4] At 19, Phetasy attended rehab for heroin addiction and was able to quit using the drug. [3]

Later Life

Phetasy struggled with addiction to cocaine, alcohol, ecstasy and marijuana until her mid thirties. In 2005, she founded a greeting card and t shirt company called Phetasy, to describe "the sensation of when reality becomes parody and parody becomes reality".[1] The business ended but Brigette adopted Phetasy as her surname.[1] Phetasy was a Playboy Advisor in Playboy Magazine and wrote the Sex and Dating Column.[5] She has appeared on the Joe Rogan podcast.[6]


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