[PODCAST] #467: Empath-thon (Session 1, Part 2) – Remember the 90s?

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Brian Sovryn and Stephanie Murphy return to the School Sucks studio for another one of our frequently requested long-form discussions(-THON). This time, we attempt to have a constructive and compassionate conversation (EMPATH-) about many of the issues I've explored in the SPEED AND POLITICS series, even though we have many opposing political, philosophical and cultural views.

INTRODUCTION:
A 55-minute commentary on entertainment media, political correctness and identity politics in the 1990s. This segment does not reflect the opinions of the guests.

DISCUSSION:
The liberal vs. conservative mind - PC/anti-PC seeds planted in the 1990s - the Satanic panic - the psychological benefits of identity associations - the threat of changing culture - "privilege" and intersectionality - the state holds civilization hostage - Brett's unrecognized fears? - In Living Color, Rodney King and awakening to race tension - the Trump threat - Western Civilization

Look Closer:
Sex and Science Hour - https://sexandsciencehour.com
Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech
Brian's Site: ZOG.ninja - https://zog.ninja

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