Breaking an Opinion Episode 6: Are Weebs Really Going To Win the Culture War?

Well this has been a hectic week so to speak, particularly within the vein of anime with the filing of the Vic Mignogna v. Funimation lawsuit. However, I am wanting to approach this from the possible consequences of this event. How this would change defamation law interpretations, how this might give the falsely accused more ways to fight back, and perhaps even the potential abolition of the social media inquisition mentality that has been spurred by third wave feminists for the past decade?…

Title IX: The changing dialogue | HBR Talk 81

HBR Talk examines two presentations from Rowan University’s Redefining Title IX Student Summit. How is the dialogue changing in the wake of Education Secretary DeVoss’s policy changes? Tune in at 7pm Eastern

Opening monologue transcript
https://www.patreon.com/posts/26185583

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Breaking the Narrative 118: Little Girls Are Not Innocent Princesses! Breaking a Review of Rule of Rose!

In the spirit of being unpredictable I want to pull out a rare game as a way to show why the censorship of media is inherently troublesome. This is an example of a game that has been banned in multiple countries across the world, and was targeted with a ban attempt here in the states, though to no serious avail.…

The BBC, The #WarOnNerds And The Matrix

[See: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20190319-the-matrixs-male-power-fantasy-has-dated-badly]

It isn’t surprising that the BBC, and public broadcasting generally, is full of Progressive-Left Identity-Politics advocates; public broadcasting typically ends up supportive of ideologies that support public broadcasting, and it typically ends up catering to the norms and sensibilities of the kind of people that watch public broadcasting.…

Frailty, thy name is accountability gap | HBR Talk 80

HBR Talk examines the gender gap in accountability for “creepy” behavior, though a comparison between the response to Joe Biden’s half-hearted #MeToo moment and the response to Rosie O’Donnell’s embarrassing confession about one of her co-stars from The View.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 117: Breaking a Review of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam!

On April 7th, 1979, the first episode of the original Mobile Suit Gundam aired in Japan to very mixed reviews, pulling a Star Trek in becoming a cult classic in syndication after the initial airing. This is thanks to the creation of toys and model kits during the early 1980’s to grow the popularity of the initial anime.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 116: How Many Times Must We Go Over This? Stop Trying to Abolish the Electoral College!

Ugh, I was on vacation from my other job, then we have all our technical difficulties, then I have to wait one MORE day because I didn’t want this seen as an “April Fools Joke” and I have THIS brought to my attention! That’s right.…

An Announcement

Imagine if, without your knowledge or consent, someone made a composite video of short clips of you acting edgy, mashed together to make it look like you were seriously involved in something reprehensible, and posted it for your friends and family to see.…