This week on the Paradox podcast, Jordan, Zach and Matthias talk about the Pope’s visit to the US and the reactions in the press and online to his speeches and statements. Zach gives us...
Monthly Archive: September 2015
“Make it so we don’t know what it is.”
It’s my generation’s “Heathers” minus the Drano and plus the power of Facebook shares.
The arc of Eve Tushnet’s Amends is that of a teenager’s first night of drunkenness: overwhelming right off the bat, then confusing and ridiculous, then crushingly depressing.
“I dare Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama to watch these tapes. Watch a fully formed fetus on the table, its heart beating, its legs kicking, while someone says, ‘We have to keep it alive to harvest its brain.'”
Jordan, Zach and Matthias talk about the second GOP debate; the winners and losers; Carly Fiorina’s Planned Parenthood comments and the response thereof; myths and false knowledge about the recent Planned Parenthood videos; as well as the Terrible...
We all know we have free speech in America—as long as nothing you say bothers anyone ever at any time.
Despite its cringe-worthy moments of sexism, “The Women” was an important stepping stone when it comes to the evolution of onscreen portrayals of women.
I want my girls to build stuff.
I don’t think taking an all-male franchise and making it female is an especially feminist move.