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175 Borderline Personality Disorder with Steven Dawson, LCSW (Part 2)

Steven Dawson is back, this time to talk about, as requested, borderline personality disorder. Steven, as always, graced us with his kind and radical view of mental illness and treatment. This is part two of a two-part series.

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174 Borderline Personality Disorder with Steven Dawson, LCSW (Part 1)

Steven Dawson is back, this time to talk about, as requested, borderline personality disorder. Steven, as always, graced us with his kind and radical view of mental illness and treatment. This is part one of a two-part series.

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173 Direct Action Done Right: an Interview with Raffi and Lili of Collectively Free

We are thrilled about our interview today with Raffi and Lili of Collectively Free about direct action: what it is, what it should be, ways to make sure you’re doing it right.

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172 Food Law and Animal Rights: An Interview with Tyler Lobdell from the Animal Legal Defense Fund

Today we are thrilled to publish our fascinating interview with Tyler Lobdell of the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) about the current state of animal law, and about what he and the ALDF) have been doing in the world of food law as it relates to animal rights!

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171 Will & Grace and Roseanne: When Trump-Era Reboots Get it So Wrong

This week we’re talking about the Roseanne and Will & Grace reboots are getting political discussions so wrong, and why that doesn’t fly in this Trump-pocalypse we’re living in.

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170 Body Positivity 101 with Jaime K from Save the Kales!

We are so stoked to finally do an episode on body positivity! This week, we’re joined by the lovely Jaime Karpovich to talk the basics of body positivity: what it is, what it isn’t (or shouldn’t be), how it’s been commercialized in the mainstream, and what the vegan movement should learn from it.

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169 Bodily Autonomy

This week we discuss bodily autonomy. Our culture shows us in many ways that we don’t have true control over our bodies, so it’s no wonder that we can’t imagine a culture based on affirmative consent when we’ve been taught since childhood that there are times our autonomy can be violated or ‘overruled.’

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168 How to Practice Anti-Consumerist Veganism, with Andy Tabar

We sit down with Andy Tabar from The Bearded Vegans and Compassion Co today to talk about what it looks like to be practice anti-capitalist, anti-consumerist veganism.

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167 Returned Ex-Vegans

We are FINALLY doing our Returned Ex-Vegans episode, woohoo! Today we bring you five unique and moving stories about people who went vegan, stopped being vegan, and became vegan again. Their stories illuminate the many reasons why we need to have compassion for those who struggle to stay vegan in this non-vegan world, and why we need to have an inclusive, sensitive, anti-capitalist movement that goes beyond defining veganism by consumption.

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166 Creepy Kids Movies Series, Part 3: The Creepiness of Kids Movies

To wrap up our Creepy Kids’ Movies series, we talk about how generally creepy most kids’ movies are – from fucked up lessons for children to things that are just downright disturbing. We had a LOT of fun with this one!

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