Problems cannot be solved until they are first acknowledged. But solutions brings many perspectives, thus creating further problems. To solve those, we must first solve the problem of those differing perspectives.
*TRIGGER WARNING* This episode lists off statics of sexual abuse, murder and violence for people in the trans community. Engagement with Transgender Issues is the topic for this week, and Harry and Don do their best to talk about the number of issues that have hit the news in recent weeks concerning the Trans Community. … More How Do We (Cis) Do Better Engaging with Trans Issues?
In the fight for progress, do we always know how to use the weapons that best wins each battle? In the never-ending conversation of communication, Donovan and Harry try to define “PC culture” and how it’s both helped and hurt the causes that they’re both passionate about. To write into the show and have your feedback read on the next ep, write in at email@example.com! … More What is PC Culture, and how does it help and hurt?
Harry and Don discuss Tarantino’s use of the word “nigger” in his movies, most mainly in “Pulp Fiction”, although “Jackie Brown” and “Django Unchained” are discussed as well. The tension between historical significance, artistic license, Artist vs. Audience, “Generation KKK” “N-word privilege” and worst case scenarios are discussed, including voices outside of the “H and D” realm. Not included is Donovan’s younger, smarter brother. … More Should Quentin Tarantino reconsider his use of “the N-word” in his films?