Join us on this weeks HBR News show as we look at the crazy news of the week, including weird clown murder fetishes, millennial virgins, clam-slamming on Overwatch, and how to make the cheer leading squad without merit! Tune in @6pm Eastern!
Join us on the Fireside Chat as we speak with psychology lecturer and researcher Dr. Liz Bates! Join us @1pm Eastern!
Something I’ve been noticing this season of anime is a lot of anime coming out that show the true nature of men and masculinity. Either through what we’ve gone over with emotion in Souten No Ken Regenesis, or with the nature of a show I plan on covering later called Devil’s Line, which not only tackles demonization and isolation, but the loneliness that occurs from it.…
Join Brian and Aydin on the Doge and Aydin show as we look at an academic paper on the InCel phenomenon, and then we provide our own views. InCels are human, too. Join us @3pm Eastern!
Join us on HBR Talk as take the next step on our trip down memory lane, beginning with a reading of a Karen Straughan reddit post! Tune in @8pm Eastern!
Opening Monologue transcript: https://www.patreon.com/posts/18577571
Good day to all of you. Now that seems like a very specific title, doesn’t it? Well, that’s because it is. What do I mean by the “Magma”? I’m talking about an aspect of men and their emotions that has surfaced in multiple cultures over the years.…
Join us on HBR Debate as we look at a couple of videos from the CBC speaking on the recent vehicular murder tragedy at the hands of Alek Minassian. Tune in @4pm Eastern
Today on HBR Talk continue our discussion on how our group formed, beginning with the discussion that inspired our name. Tune in @8pm Eastern!
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Today on the Rantzerker we will be hanging out with TL;DR and going through yet another brilliant Feminist academic paper. This one has the following abstract:
Using the figuration of queer tango, we conceive this essay as a performance
that responds to three Canadian Journal of Environmental Education articles,
each of which calls for the creation and circulation of more queer scholarship
in environmental education.…