Melissa Harris-Perry, Baratunde Thurston, and more … Uncensored!

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Melissa Harris-Perry, Baratunde, and more!

On today’s show, we bring you some of the greatest moments of #TWiBRadio including the conversation about the Psychology Today article on black female attractiveness, Baratunde’s take on the racist legacy in Donald Trump’s ‘birther’-ism, and Melissa Harris-Perry’s genius about the abortion debate.

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And this morning on #amTWiB, L.Joy and company discuss a possible ‘cure’ for meth addiction, French government plans to pay full costs of abortion and contraception, and Rand Paul is in charge of GOP outreach?

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6 replies
  1. 1
    muddy says:

    Okay, I’m about 14 minutes in and paused, so I beg your pardon if you get into what I am thinking in the next 2 minutes of the podcast. I will forget if I don’t put it down now, and am interested to see if you went the same way down their fallacy fail.

    This thing about the testosterone affecting attractiveness isn’t logical. By that metric black men would be counted as the most desirable (because their testosterone enhances their man-ness), but I never hear them claim that end of it. It’s white men who reign supreme.

    Now I am thinking that this notion of too much testosterone in black women is supposed to be a pseudo-scientific-thropology notion of why black women are uppity or something.

  2. 2
    bago says:

    I appreciate the efforts by the president to lobby the senate for gun control. My last mass murder haunts me to this day.

  3. 3
    👽 Martin says:

    Oregon May Be 1st with Automatic Voter Registration

    You know, I can nearly buy a car that I can verbally tell a destination AND IT WILL FUCKING DRIVE ME THERE AUTOMATICALLY, but automatically registering residents to vote is considered to be some kind of sorcery.

    A meteor isn’t good enough for us.

  4. 4
    MikeJ says:

    I had to read the post title twice to understand that nobody was interviewing Thurston Moore.

  5. 5
    Raven Rant says:

    On the Psychology Today, they absolutely did this knowingly. PT and this racist, misogynistic psychologist pulled the exact same shit two years ago. In fact, everything this guy has written is both racist and misogynistic, and Psychology Today has been his constant enabler.

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    Raven Rant says:

    I actually tried to edit my comment above, but it apparently didn’t take. My apologies, I just started listening without reading, and didn’t notice that it was a ‘greatest moments’ retrospective. That said, this faux scientist, Satoshi Kanazawa, has built his entire career on similarly baseless racist and misogynistic provocations.

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