This week Donovan and Harrison discuss artists expressing their sexuality through their creative works. Is that an inevitability for a creator? How much does sexuality fuel our creative energy? How much does it inform it?
Peter returns to disabuse any notions that the majority of LGBT representation through media history was done for LGBT audiences.
And now for something completely different! This week the guys ponder the future of robotization, and how the human race will sexify it.
For the first time ever, Questions: We Don’t Have Answers is recorded live in front of an (unwitting) audience! The topic: Hentai and Japanese Sexuality. Donovan and Harry unite to discuss the shared DNA between Anime and Hentai, their effects on the male psyche and their views on women, the normalized pattern of sexual abuse in hentai, comparing and contrasting with American portrayals of women in media, the Nerd identity and the Chronicles of Gor. … More HENTAI: OK but why tho?
In this episode the guys welcome Peter to discuss the recent and long history of the Pride Flag, and the current events in which it’s been altered. Topics include how the history of Gay Rights has been silenced over the years, bumped into other progressive activism, and how to further educate people for future generations. … More How Can We Develop Progressive Iconography?
This week Harry and Don investigate an off-shoot version of their “Morality in Sexuality” question, pondering how people come to be attracted to certain qualities, how that holds value over other qualities, and of course, some dark stuff. … More Is There Morality in Attraction?
This time out the boys discuss the ongoing war between Creators and their Audiences, from all angles. What moral responsibility, if any, is owed by the creator? What should audiences keep in mind about them? What about the workers for hire, or the fans who turn into creators? A lot of television shows, movie franchises, video games and comic books are brought up as examples…because it’s Donovan and Harry. … More Do Creators have a Responsibility to their Audience?