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Unsafety nets: The deceptive nature of safety net culture | HBR Talk 178

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This week, HBR Talk will examine the balance between the human need for safety and security, and the human need for constructive risk-taking for the welfare and advancement of both the individual, and the greater community. We’ll look at the difference between feeling safe and being safe, and how individuals who become dependent on feeling safe can actually abuse and endanger themselves and...

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

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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.…

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

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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.…

Wrongthink Boogeyman: A glitch in the matrix | HBR Talk 72

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What is scarier than your worst fear? The answer, for a victim identity cultist, is facing information that challenges a bias you’re accustomed to treating as a balanced view.
HBR Talk discusses the disconnect that happens in gender issues discussion when concepts MRAs introduce challenge the foundational attitudes & beliefs behind folks’ narratives.…

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