Can’t Talk Media

Discussing books, television, games, movies, writing, and feminism. A lot of feminism. Inappropriate jokes in abundance. Language & content are absolutely NSFW.

August 29th, 2016    

Episode 161: Danse Is So Much Better Than Blackwall

(tw: suicide: Mentioned right around the four-minute mark.)

On this week’s episode of the Can’t Talk Podcast, Amelia and Ness talk about how hard it is to ask for help.

Ness is really smug about Fallout 4 (specifically Danse’s personal quest).

Amelia doesn’t really recommend “Lamb” by Christopher Moore.

Also mentioned:

“Daring Greatly” by Brene Brown.

Preston hunts you down and murders you.

“Gena/Finn” by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson.

“Dragon Age: Inquisition.”

“Dead Like Me.”

“The Fifth Season” by N.K. Jemisin (and the Pancake Sex Book Club’s take on it).

“The Regional Office Is Under Attack!” by Manuel Gonzales.

Gretchen Rubin and the four types of people: upholders, questioners, obligers, and rebels.

The Crafting System podcast.

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August 22nd, 2016    

Episode 160: Potentate

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, Amelia is joined by the awesome Vianey to discuss her path to American citizenship and also squee over "A Gathering of Shadows."

Amelia recommends: "Fringe"

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August 15th, 2016    

Episode 111 (rerun): The Bottom Line

Due to us all being exhausted, overworked and stressed we are taking a week off. Enjoy this vintage episode of Can't Talk!On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, we talk about consent, unsolicited pictures, and butt stuff. Trigger warning: we talk about rape and sexual assault in this podcast.

Amelia recommends: Interstellar
Bell does not recommend: too much email
Also Mentioned:
(image: Labyrinth produced by the Jim Henson Company)
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August 8th, 2016    

Episode 159: NoMari

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, Amelia and Ness talk books, scary video games, and why they are not in for the KonMari method.

Amelia recommends: "Stranger Things"

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August 1st, 2016    

Episode 158: Margaret Atwood Is A Time Traveler From the Future

On this week’s Can’t Talk podcast, Amelia and Ness talk about having—or not having—kids.

Amelia recommends Jane the Virgin season two. 
Ness recommends #24in48 and specifically “The Regional Office Is Under Attack!” by Manuel Gonzales but also “Sorcerer to the Crown” by Zen Cho and maybe “Arabella of Mars” by David Levine. They’re also afraid of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Oryx and Crake” by Margaret Atwood coming true.They also mention:
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