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I wouldn’t wish my worldview on anyone. It is not only pessimistic, but also laden with conspiracy theories, sprinkled with nihilism, and topped off with a confused notion on cultural Marxism. My basic assumption is that corporate interests corrupt all mainstream news sources, and independent media is diluted through unlimited platforms of disinformation. Political policy …

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In this week’s OverShare Show we interview political activist and musician Laura Dawn.

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The Haze of Hazing

Modern American culture does not have any initiations into adulthood. We have no rites of passage to prepare our youth for the transition of becoming a man/woman. There are some religious ceremonies that mark this transition, but as a society we don’t have a common ritual to punctuate this moment in our personal evolution. I …

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In this week’s Overshare episode I interview former frat boy turned conscious feminist, Andrew Lohse, about his book “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy.”

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Addicted To Love

Even though Robert Palmer made is seem super swanky to be addicted to love, with all those interchangeable women wiggling around while playing air guitar, it is probably a bit more complicated than wearing sweet shades and bopping pseudo-rhythmically to the beat. In a way I feel like we are all co-dependent love/sex addicts, but …

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The Love Junkie

In this episode we interview Bridget Barkan, star of the one woman show “The Love Junkie.” Bridget, started acting at the age of 2, and has been seeking approval ever since.

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Deep Throating Your Foot

The first time I heard about censorship was when I was 8-years old, and my mom gave me an NWA tape so I could “learn about politics.” She explained that Tipper Gore was heading a campaign to censor rap music, and something about this being a continuation of the war on art – just how …

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In this episode I overshare with author, filmmaker, actor, and cultural finger-bangerer Gavin McInnes.

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If you are a mother, there is going to be an underlying texture of guilt no matter what decisions you make. Unless you are a completely well adjusted woman who is impervious to the judgments of others, societal pressures will take its toll. If you work you are abandoning your child, if you stay at …

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Opting In to Parenthood

In this Episode, I interview Amy Richards, author of the parenting book “Opting in: Having a Child Without Losing Yourself.” Amy is an activist, writer, organizer,art historian, and long time advocate of feminist issues.

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