“The Patriarchy Can F Itself” Edition
Slate Culture Gabfest on Black Widow, Kevin Can F**k Himself, and the viral essay responding to “Cat Person.”
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This week, Steve is joined by Allegra Frank, Slate senior editor, and Heather Schwedel, Slate staff writer. First, the panel discusses the new Marvel blockbuster Black Widow. Next, they talk about the AMC show Kevin Can F**k Himself. Finally, the hosts are joined by Alexis Nowicki to discuss her essay in Slate “‘Cat Person’ and Me.”
In Slate Plus, the panel talks about the rabbit holes they fell down during the pandemic.
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Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Cleo Levin.
Outro music is “Stone Cookies” by Dusty Decks.
Allegra: The cookies at City Cakes.
Heather: The documentary Kid 90.
Steve: “This Woman’s Work: Alice Neel’s Portraits of Feminized Labor” by Jessica Fletcher in The Baffler.
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