What is a Woman documentary Where to Watch?

What is a Woman is an American documentary film directed by Justin Folk and produced by Dallas Sonnier.

The movie focuses on various issues as transgenderism, gender affirmation, rapid onset dysphoria, psychiatry, unfair competition, and reference to sexual behavior in the human.

Although, the issues look straightforward, the doc film questions the viewers that doesn’t always have a straight answer and dive deep into the personality of the viewer.

Let’s find out where you can watch this film.

Is What is a Woman on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Matt Walsh’s documentary film isn’t included in the giant library of Netflix right now and isn’t expected to add in the future because it’s a TDW original which is exclusively streaming on the original network where Matt hosts his podcasts.

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But there are various documentaries on woman lives that you can watch on the same network like Pieces of Her, Enola Holmes, 365 Days, The Power of the Dog, The Unforgivable, Bruised, Moxie, Thunder Force, The Half of It, That 90s Show, etc.

Does Amazon Prime have What is a Woman?

Prime Video subscribers will be disappointed to learn that the documentary isn’t included in the regular Amazon Prime Video subscription.

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Neither the movie is streaming in the huge content library of Amazon Prime nor it is included in the VOD section where you can stream the film.

However, you can stream various other films similar to this documentation like Wonder Woman, The Iron Lady, Promising Young Woman, Sicario, Annette, Suspiria, etc.

Where can I watch ‘What is a Woman’ documentary?

What is a Woman documentary is exclusively streaming on The Daily Wire, the conservative news website where Matt hosts his original podcast titled The Matt Walsh Show. The film is streaming for subscribers only.

So, if you are willing to watch the movie that answers the question of the generation then you need to take a monthly subscription of The Daily Wire that costs around $14 per month.

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Or you can also take a subscription to the yearly plan that costs around $144(12 USD/month) which will save your $24 in total.

Moreover, a special offer is running for new users. If you are choosing an annual plan then it will cost merely $9 per month that equals $108 per year.

This 25% discount offer is only for the users visiting first time.

So, if you haven’t tried TDW premium plan yet then this might be the perfect time to get familiar with the conservative news website.

Where can I watch Matt Walsh Woman documentary For Free?

A similar short documentary film with the same name is also streaming on Kanopy for FREE but the original Matt Walsh’s What is a Woman documentary is streaming only for TDW website subscribers.

Also, this free streaming network is only for students and professors. You need a library card or a university email address to signup for the free service.

If you are a student or a University professor then you can enjoy the film for free. However, you can watch only ten movies every month on the streaming platform as the library system pays a small fee every time someone checkout a film.


The hard-hitting documentary addresses a rising issue which we better known as transgenderism. It shows the struggle of Walsh to find someone who can answer to the simplest question. You can imagine the importance of this issue by looking at Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown remarks. She dodged the same question during her hearings and clearly said that she is unable to answer it correctly because she is not a biologist. No woman wants to answer the straightforward question.

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Lakshya wrote articles on a wide array of topics for several years, from entertainment and pop culture to history and literature. Before that, he was completing his BSc (Hons) degree from Delhi University. It is his deeply-rooted love for performing arts and visual media that led him to become the co-founder of CasTalkie website in November 2020.


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