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Join Thomas for some critical thinking on questions of science, philosophy, skepticism and politics. These serious topics are discussed with some serious guests, but in an entertaining and engaging way! This is not your typical interview podcast; it’s a friendly dialogue, conducted thoughtfully and with plenty of humor. It's Serious Inquiries Only; but like, not boring or anything.
 
Everyone in the connected world knows what porn is and has seen it. Join I. Que Grande, a 13 year veteran of the Gay Adult Entertainment Industry as he humanizes porn stars, deconstructs sex work, illicitly recounts stories from on and off the set and explores sexuality. If you watch gay porn and want to hear a different side of your favorite stars, or if you are just a little curious, this podcast is definitely for you.
 
Religion Latte, with host, Jen Mathlouthi, is a chat-based talk show about faith, people and the pursuit of God. While sippin' a steamy cuppa, or flavorful skinny latte, Jen interviews the faithful from around the world, each of whom have inspiring God-stories to tell. Join in the conversation each Saturday and reach out if YOU if have a faith story to share!
 
Have had those moments where you relive embarrassing moments and think "WHY AM I LIKE THIS?", or you think of the perfect response AFTER everything's happened? Well, same! Same! is a podcast where hosts Charlotte & Charlie discuss their unfiltered opinions with awkward relatable stories, interviews, live Q and A, and more. Find out more about us by following us on Instagram: @charlotteoliva21 / @charlieapark
 
"You Love Life" is an unconventional podcast on Intimacy that’s quickly becoming a can’t-miss listen on iTunes. Host, Roman Wyden is an LA-based marriage and relationship coach who takes a decidedly honest, uninhibited, and unconventional approach to conversations about love, marriage, divorce, family, intimacy, desire, and trust. Since launching in September, "You. Love. Life." has experienced rapid growth, surpassing the 2000 listener mark and more than doubling its audience each week. Whi ...
 
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It's part 2 of our sex stuff series. Dr. Lindsey Osterman did a deep dive into porn related research. Either that or I caught her looking at porn and she proposed this series as an elaborate cover. But either way you're getting some great stuff! Does the anti-porn side of the argument have the weight of evidence on their side? Is porn actually tota…
 
Charlotte Higgins, prize-winning author and the Guardian's chief culture writer, joins Sameer Rahim talk about her book, Greek Myths: A New Retelling. Their conversation tackles the big questions. Did the Greeks believe in their Gods? Does classics have a class problem? And did Medea really kill her children? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
But don't take my word for it, Dr. Lindsey Osterman is here to break down the social science for us! And guess what, SURPRISE SURPRISE, it doesn't support the conservative war on porn and sex work. And it's not just conservatives, it's NYT's Nicholas D. Kristof, and prominent anti-porn feminists like Catharine MacKinnon. Listen as Lindsey explains …
 
Who is Ben Houchen and how did he help the Tories topple the red wall? Sebastian Payne, Whitehall Editor at the Financial Times joins the podcast to discuss the Tees Valley mayor that Boris Johnson is reportedly "obsessed" with, as well as the wider themes in his new book Broken Heartlands. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Therese Chan, an actual vet (though not a horse doctor) is here to talk about Ivermectin. What is it, what does it do, what does it not do, why are so many people taking it, will it turn you into a horse, will it turn you back from a horse to a human, is this a simulation, no really is it, how is any of this real, and more!…
 
What does it mean to be a public intellectual in 2021? In this episode Tom Clark, Sameer Rahim and Philip Ball discuss the work of Prospect’s Top Thinker of 2021, Palestinian embryologist Jacob Hanna, as well other notable names including Priyamvada Gopal, Mahmood Mandani and Carlo Rovelli. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Bestselling author and renegade economist Richard H Thaler joins the Prospect Interview to talk about the book that made him famous, Nudge. So influential that the UK Cabinet office even created a dedicated Nudge Unit, the groundbreaking book–first published in 2008–is back in a final, revised edition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
It's that time again! Patrons asked some fantastic questions. Like, what's our favorite piece of visual art? Is Bari Weiss right about Amy Cooper? What are Lindsey's thoughts on tenure? Are morals taught or learned? When should people resign in protest vs. staying and fighting? And more!
 
... AGAINST ANTI GAY ACTIVISTS. Yeah. It's a bad science thingy. But bad science thingies are a bat signal for Dr. Lindsey Osterman, who is here to break down this study for us! What does the study prove? What does it definitely not prove? Find out! Uzarevic et al. (2021) "Are Atheists Unprejudiced?", Uzarevic et al. (2017) "Are Atheists Undogmatic…
 
On this week’s podcast we’re joined by Prospect’s own contributing editor, Andrew Adonis, who discusses the class clown who became one of our most dominant prime ministers, Boris Johnson. How did he get to where he is today? In explaining the “Johnson phenomenon,” Andrew argues that we have to look back at the school that made him as well as many o…
 
On this week’s episode we speak to archaeologist and author of Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art, Rebecca Wragg Sykes. She joins managing editor Sameer Rahim to discuss the fascinating story of our closest cousins, the Neanderthals: how they might have lived, whether they had imagination—and just how much of our perceptions of them has…
 
On this week’s episode, writer, philosopher and Oxford don Amia Srinivasan joins us to talk about the ideas explored in her latest essay collection, The Right to Sex. From male entitlement to the politics of desire, Amia tells us why sex is a topic in need of a more philosophical interrogation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
You might have seen the very scary headlines about a Massachusetts outbreak in which 74% of those infected were vaccinated. That sounds terrifying! But is it? What does actual science person Dr. Lindsey Osterman make of these numbers? The news is actually far better than you might think! Find out why! In a quick first segment, Lindsey gives us a hi…
 
Ed Miliband joins the Prospect Interview to discuss how to fix some of our most pressing policy issues, which he explores in his new book Go Big: How to Fix Our World. He joins editor Tom Clark to discuss Vienna’s social housing revolution, why the UK needs to embrace decentralisation, and why we shouldn’t count out the Labour Party for the next ge…
 
Continuing from the last episode, Lindsey backs up her claim that the bulk of the terrible science was yet to come. WOW. This study was complete garbage. You really ought to hear how terrible it is. Lindsey, as usual, did other people's homework for them. She got a hold of some of the data and did her own work with it, which revealed some interesti…
 
The Nobel prize-winning economist Amartya Sen joins the Prospect Interview to discuss economics, globalisation and identity in his new memoir Home in the World. Editor Tom Clark talks to Amartya about watching famous historians Hugh Trevor-Roper and Eric Hobsbawm go head to head at Cambridge, the turmoil in Narendra Modi’s India, and the future of …
 
Holy both sides, Batman! Yeah no suspense on this one, Quillette is garbage and the study this article references is garbage. But how garbage and why exactly? Is there any truth to it? As usual, Lindsey is here to give us the breakdown! This is a part 1. In order to grab part 2 early, make sure to pledge on patreon! Links: Moss & O’Connor (2020b; o…
 
Throughout its history, England was regularly falling to foreign takeovers and perennially divided—it was a nation that never was. Author of The Shortest History of England James Hawes joins the Prospect Interview to discuss the chaotic, mixed history of England and the thorny question of English identity. James discusses English nationalism in the…
 
This episode was inspired by this Insider article, Baby Boomers Are More Sensitive Than Millennials. Science is often butchered by the media, so I sent it along to our own Dr. Lindsey Osterman to see if the study backs up the article. As it turns out... not really. But it does say some interesting things. Listen in and find out! Wetzel and colleagu…
 
American historian Carol Anderson joins the Prospect Interview to discuss the secret history of America’s much-debated Second Amendment. The amendment, enshrined in the country’s bill of rights, asserts the right of “well-regulated militias” to “keep and bear arms.” Carol, whose previous book White Rage was deemed essential reading during Donald Tr…
 
Today Lindsey and I are joined by Dr. Caleb Lack. Caleb is a full professor of psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma, and he's here to talk about evidence based mental healthcare. When it comes to treatment, what is actually evidence based and what is unsupported at best and pseudoscience at worst? Also, find out how Caleb trolled a pred…
 
In this month’s issue of Prospect, we have two essays approaching the thorny yet increasingly unignorable question of referendums: are they really democratic? Author and former Labour MP Chris Mullin, in his cover story on the rise of nationalism under Boris Johnson’s Conservatives, warns that we may soon begin to have referendums on everything—inc…
 
Joclyn Stone interviews Micah Martinez “Sober Director for for ManUpFilms and an award winning model. Micah works hard and hustles his way to the top. His success comes from motivation and loving what he does on and off camera. Micah is everything and you will find that out in this restaurant conversation. Twitterhttps://twitter.com/micahmartinezx …
 
It's episode 300! And also the June patreon QnA! Topics covered include: moral panics – does the left engage in them too? Syria and an old SIO guest. Are we close to full institutional breakdown? How f*cked are we in 2022 and 2024? Who would we root for in a war against America? Christian socialists, critical race theory, people on the left wanting…
 
Journalist Christian Davies joins the Prospect Interview to discuss Poland's authoritarian turn—and what it could mean for Europe as a whole. In the latest issue of Prospect, out now on newsstands and online, Christian writes an essay about the nostalgic nationalists of the ultra-conservative Law and Justice Party, which is tightening its grip on t…
 
You've seen Critical Race Theory discussed everywhere thanks to an entirely ginned up moral panic by Christopher Rufo, but have you gotten to hear someone who actually teaches it talk about what it's really about? If not, I hope you'll listen as Dr. Ery Shin takes us through some basics, and also answers a few anti-CRT talking points from James Lin…
 
Novelist Natasha Brown joins the Prospect Interview to talk about writing contemporary Britain and the fragmented self in her debut, Assembly. The novel follows a Black British woman as she navigates her high-powered job in London’s financial world, faces a medical emergency, and prepares to go to her boyfriend’s family party at their lavish countr…
 
with special guest Aaron Rabinowitz! You know him from Embrace the Void and Philosophers in Space, but today he's here to philosophize at us. A paper on pointlessness was published in the first issue of the Journal of Controversial ideas. How good is it? How controversial? Find out!
 
Ever since emerging in the late 17th century, the Tories have restlessly reinvented themselves, shamelessly shape-shifted and shown a Lazarus-like ability to rise from political death. David Cameron talked about a “big society” while Theresa May railed against “burning injustices.” So what—if anything—does the party under Boris Johnson believe in? …
 
What a year it has BEEN! And I can't think of a better way to wrap this season of amazing guests and experiences than to sit down with designer, adult performer and activist Boomer Banks. The self described queer Mexican carbon has and continues to seemingly does it all but I expect nothing less from a Gemini. We have some great fun during the inte…
 
Perhaps some number of them did, but neither these atheist leaders, nor the movement as a whole "merged with the far right," as this Salon article says. I suppose it may seem like a minor point to some, but I think it's pretty significantly journalistically irresponsible to have a headline as explosive as that, with the picture like that, and not h…
 
From Clement Attlee to Margaret Thatcher, several movers and shakers have entered government with plans to fundamentally change how the British economy is run. But have they ever truly succeeded? In this week’s podcast Tom Clark welcomes the Economist‘s Duncan Weldon, who argues that Britain’s “hands off” approach to the economy is so ingrained it’…
 
PROUD TO BE DIFFERENT is a powerful episode with my dear friend, producer Aaron H. We both decided to dig in deep and explore love & sexuality from a bisexual point of view and see how we both felt about that particular sexual identification being a bit like a bastard child amongst the others. Aaron vulnerably shares about his upbringing and the ev…
 
I have been a fan of the Beefcake Hunter website for awhile now, so in my quest to bring you awesome interviewees, I thought it was time to reach out to Vic. Vic is the star and producer of the website and he was gracious enough to let us into his studio and open up about what it took to start his site, how he finds these beefcakes and what he has …
 
Recently, Jeff McMahan, Francesca Minerva and Peter Singer started a journal called The Journal of Controversial Ideas. In it, people can post racist transphobic stuff that is TOO controversial for other journals! (except that it totally isn't.) Lindsey and I give some background, and do a fair bit of yelling about the race science paper published …
 
Rush Limbaugh and his Fox News descendants softened up America for Donald Trump. Could the British shock jock do the same for political life in the UK? Journalist Zoe Williams joins Tom Clark to discuss why the media-savvy renegade took off in early 2000s America, what the “war on woke” really misses, and why we should all be concerned about the fu…
 
Lots of great questions from our patrons! Lindsey gives us a taser research update; why are puppies cuter than humans? Is PZ Myers wrong about EvoPsych? Spike proteins, anti-vax stuff, and more! Links: TASER study, Kurzban's response to PZ, Russian fox domestication experiment, Contrapoints on AGP, Blogpost on spike proteins, Aaaaaand one bonus lin…
 
Religion Latte Podcast: **Candid discussion about sex and porn addiction (Warning: Adults Only Conversation) Greg and Stacey Oliver, former leaders in their church -- Greg was a music minister and Stacey, a dutiful pastor's wife -- never believed they would one day open Awaken, a counseling organization dedicated to ministering and assisting people…
 
I had been talking to international porn star Romeo Davis almost a year before we finally got to meet and sit down to do this podcast. As soon as we do, we get right into his life pre and during pandemic, growing up in Montreal bottoming and what kind of problems arise from having a big dick. Then later on in the episode we move on to kinks, fetish…
 
Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer-winning journalist and developer of the 1619 Project, was appointed to a tenured professorship at UNC Chapel Hill. This is a position that is funded by the Knight foundation. However, a board of old white lawyers who happen to be the Trustees of the University, denied Hannah-Jones tenure, against the recommendations of…
 
Sameer Rahim joins professor David Herman for a discussion on the life and work of the public intellectual Edward Said, who is the subject of a new biography, Places of Mind, by Timothy Brennan. Sameer, who wrote about the limitations of the thinker in our most recent issue of Prospect, joins David, a former student of Said’s, to discuss what Said …
 
International porn star Marco Napoli is in NYC for the week and I was able to plan a trip in to meet him at his hotel room, set up some lights and cameras to sit down and talk to one of gay porn's sweetest and hottest guys out there. We had a lot to talk about from dual-citizenship in Italy, love in the industry, body hair, feet, what constitutes a…
 
We are going “Deep Inside” Eve Batelle about how she started in the business and what she is doing now. Eve wants to give back to her community and help like-minded people along the way succeed at this career choice. She has put in the hard work and countless hours that make you a stronger […] The post 113 Eve Batelle on creating Adult Industry Cou…
 
The CDC recently made a surprise announcement that vaccinated people don't need to wear masks, with only a few exceptions. This was greeted with some excitement, but also with vigorous pushback by people on the left. So what's the science behind this decision, and what are the practical concerns? We break it down! Then, we talk about a very prematu…
 
As Britain slowly opens up—and cinemas, galleries, and concert halls finally return—arts and books editor Sameer Rahim talks to Nicholas Kenyon, managing director at the Barbican, about the struggles faced by Britain’s artists over the past year, and why he’s looking forward to opening the Barbican’s doors. Nicholas, who was previously director of …
 
It's part 2 of our debunk of the disgraceful anti-vaccine garbage being spewed from the Dark Horse Podcast. It's a YouTube show featuring two biologists who ABSOLUTELY should know better, but don't. Since I forgot links on part 1, here are ALL the links: Two articles who interview experts about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines: 1, 2…
 
In this special episode of the Prospect Interview, listen to audio from the magazine’s latest Editor’s Club call with Andrew Adonis on writing political biography, and what makes a good leader. Andrew Adonis joins editor Tom Clark to discuss his upcoming book on Tony Blair, the difference between campaigning and governing, and why extroverts make f…
 
Religion Latte Podcast: For 35 years, Pulitzer Prize-nominated photographer, Ron St. Angelo, photographed the impressive Dallas Cowboys dancing and moving, passing and tackling atop the gridiron. He's acclaimed for shooting football legends such as Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Herschel Walker, among many others, as well as the beloved …
 
After a break last week DGP is back and so is adult entertainer and content creator Seth Knight. Seth sits down and discusses what it's like to quarantines with not one but TWO husbands. And just because I am always interested Seth shares a little more about his recent work with Fraternity X and his plans for the near future. It's a fun one, don't …
 
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