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Red Scare

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Red Scare is a cultural commentary podcast hosted by bohemian layabouts Anna Khachiyan and Dasha Nekrasova and produced by Meg Murnane. Support the ladies on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RedScare Follow @annakhachiyan Follow @nobody_stop_me

Customer Reviews

Cheers

I don't like anything but this podcast.

All the depth and originality of a 2007 Vice issue

On paper a podcast for people exhausted by neoliberal Clintonite feminism really appealed to me. In practice, it's drivel, even as a performance art project. These hosts are guilty of basically everything they hate about liberal feminism. They're petty, whiny, contemptuous and argue in bad faith, like the mirror image of an 'SJW' on twitter. WORST OF ALL THEY ARE UNFORGIVABLY BORING.

Nevermind the pizza parlour, is this a false flag operation planted by Hillary to make actual leftists look bad?

wry irony and detachment is a good guard against ignorance.

Seconded on the understanding of whatever Neolibralism might mean.

Also, a f**k ton of projection and willful mis-extrapolation/interpretation of the ideas being discussed in order to make it fit a superficial narrow worldview. It’s less diagnostic or observational and more witheringly caustic, which is tedious and boring and not thoughtful at all — and also makes it wrong a lot.

Scores points for managing to not utterly fall into the contemporary progressive sink hole and for its criticism of the Puritan and Victorian morals this zone of politics is currently steeped in.

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