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.

October 26th, 2015    

Episode 119: Gentleman of the Stool

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast we welcome special guest Mo (@mosylu on twitter) to talk diversity in Young Adult and Middle Grade fiction.

Mo recommends: writing a lot of fanfic, like she does on AO3

Bell recommends: Tales from the Royal Bedchamber

Amelia recommends: Jane the Virgin

Also mentioned:

October 19th, 2015    

Episode 118: Corn Lasagna

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast we are joined by Hilary Shapiro, Senior Manager of Global Product Marketing at Bioware, to talk about the transformative power of video games. Specifically, we discover that the true secret of gaming is friendship. Then we all get heart eyes and draw rainbows everywhere and stuff because friendship is magic.

Amelia recommends: Plan to Eat
Bell recommends: Visiting our Patreon (amahgah you guys are so amazing)
Hilary recommends: Playing Destiny non stop and also editing her novel-to-be
Also Mentioned:
@sa_roux, friend of the podcast and super talented artist.

October 12th, 2015    

Episode 117: Noped Out

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, we talk shame, culpability and the Ashley Madison hack. We do not agree on stuff. We had a lot to say and went way over time, as per usual. There's some talk of suicide in this podcast. 

Amelia recommends: Stephen King Cast 
Also Mentioned: 

October 5th, 2015    

Episode 116: It’s Dangerous To Go Alone

On this week's episode of the Can't Talk Podcast, we were lucky enough to talk with Russ Pitts, Chairman of Take This. Take This is an organization that is championing the cause of mental health in the gaming community, including providing the very helpful AFK rooms at various conventions and promoting awareness of mental illness as a common struggle of many gamers. 

Bell does not recommend: Tearing your meniscus 
Amelia does not at all like: The Muppets 
Russ seems to be busy with and recommends: Take This 
 If you would like to know more, please visit, follow them on Twitter and on Facebook. Like, tweet, share and get involved however you can! Help us all make mental illness stigma free.