After Dark – On Feminism as Cope, Why SSRIs are Becoming Controversial, and the Terrifying Void of Modernity
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As always, the last Wednesday of the month on High Noon is reserved for the docket episodes with Emily Jashinsky, wherein Inez and Emily chat about the stories that caught their attention over the past several weeks as deserving of a second look.
Stepman and Jashinsky discussed the legacy media’s emotionally satisfying freakout over Republican politicians finally acknowledging that they’re closer to opposition party than free press. They follow up with a deeper and more self-critical conversation about a viral New Yorker “mature hookup app” article, and the extent to which ideologies like radical feminism and sex positivity are coping mechanisms for the terrifying atomization of modernity. Finally, they talk about a new study showing that chemical imbalances probably aren’t responsible for depression, and delve into the controversial subject of SSRIs.
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