In this episode, Andrew and John get spooky! All October long Mag Pod is MagniFRIGHT Pod! And we're starting this month with seasonal beers, candies, and stories about our first horror movies. Then some voicemails from a Brother. Also, what does Andrew know about Halloween? John delivers a bone-chilling quiz! Finally, track by track of the Deadlines album "The Death & Life Of...". Album discussion begins at 1:25:05. Instagram Twitter Online Store Email us: magnifiedpod@gmail.
In this episode of Sacred Tension, I speak with scholar and author Helen Pluckrose about her book Cynical Theories. We discuss where she believes modern social justice went wrong, whether technology is the primary explanation for online dysfunction, the limiting of LGBT identities, and much more. Find her organization Counterweight here: https://counterweightsupport.com/ You can listen to this episode on Podbean, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, your favorite podcast app, or on the p
Aeryka discusses her newness! Follow BSD: IG: @BrownSugaDiaries Twitter: @BrwnSugaDiaries Facebook: Brown Suga Diaries Podcast YouTube: Brown Suga Diaries Podcast Email: BrownSugaDiariesPodcast@gmail. Website: BrownSugaDiaries.com Patreon: Patreon.com/BrownSugaDiaries This episode is sponsored by Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aeryka/support
Brigid's intimate relationship with a fellow nun is not the only queer thing about her — her story also transcends any one religion, period, or place. How did a Celtic deity of forge and hearth transition into a fifth-century Catholic nun? How did devotion to Saint Brigid extend from Irish immigrants to enslaved Africans in Haiti and New Orleans? This mysterious figure revels in interweaving apparent opposites, in justice for outcasts, and in...a heavenly lake of beer?? For d