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The door to our future opens in many ways. For Caitlin Flanagan, it was through pulp fiction.
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Modesty Blaise was merely a cartoon character turned into a bit of pulp fiction, but in the midst of my unhappy adolescence, she changed the way I thought about myself and my future.
Wherein Oline and Johanna attempt to discuss what is up and enthusiastic consent. (This podcast contains explicit language.)
Follow-ups from this episode:
While we were over @ Bibi and Pop’s (my parents’) house, I read an article in their copy of The Atlantic. It was by Caitlin Flanagan and concerned the January death of Tim Piazza a fraternity pledge @ Penn State. 150 more words
It’s fitting that my experience of HGTV programs like Fixer Upper is limited to visits to my dentist (I don’t own a TV). There, lying horizontally on the dental chair, I watch drywall being torn down and linoleum floors uprooted just as restorative violence is performed on my teeth. 361 more words