–We begin with an important announcement about the future of Strange Frequencies Radio. Don’t worry, we’re still doing the show, but will likely be ending the live broadcast in several weeks.
–A death in the family.
–Our last episode, “Unsafe Speech,” did not get nearly the negative reaction we thought it might. Just the opposite, in fact. But we did get some feedback we’ll address here today.
–A fraternity at Northwestern is criticized and forced to apologize for hanging anti-rape banners. Yes, you heard that right.
–The anti-rape banner kerfuffle is reminiscent of anti-rape culture groups on the campus of Arizona State that continue to be accused of promoting rape culture because they encourage men to respect women. It’s a weird world out there, folks!
–Some people cannot handle hearing dissenting opinions on college campuses, particularly if they are about sensitive subject matter. And for those people there are safe spaces, complete with pillows, play-dough, and puppy videos. But the world can be a harsh place, so what if you are “triggered” and there are no bubbles or blankets nearby?
–Bobby argues with his dad about transgender people, abortion rights, and religion.
–Jason gives out some paranormal advice to a Facebook friend who believes they live in a haunted house.
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