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Housing Radio dot com real estate radio show for all of Southern California, greater Los Angeles and where we are headquartered in the Santa Clarita Valley Cities - serving Valencia CA. We started Real Estate consulting and representing buyers and sellers of homes back in 1998. During that time we observed there was a HUGE need to education amongst both sellers and buyers of homes. They were getting railroaded on a massive scale by not only realtors, but by others operating in the real estat ...
 
Fucking Cancelled is a podcast with three aims. First, we analyze and critique a phenomenon on the left that we call the nexus: a synthesis of identitarianism, social media, and cancel culture. Second, we offer emotional, spiritual, and ethical insights into the process of rejecting and exiting the nexus. Third, we move toward a different vision for the left grounded in solidarity, freedom, and responsibility. We are leftists who have spent many years inside the nexus. We have been too afrai ...
 
Mr RICE brings you Techstasy, his personal selelction of recently discovered Techno tunes. Not based on charts, just done out of sheer love for beautiful Techno music. Expect deep, driving, echoey, acidey and spaced out sounds. Mr RICE presenta Techstasy, su selección personal de canciones de Techno que ha hallado recientemente. No influido por los más populares, sino por su amor por la bella música Techno. Espera oír sonidos profundos, ritmicos, atmosféricos, electrónicos, alocados y algo d ...
 
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In episode 18 we sit down with Freddie deBoer, a writer out of Brooklyn, New York, USA. We discuss his classic piece "Planet of Cops" and the culture of constant recrimination and mutual surveillance that has taken hold of the left. We also get into free speech and why leftists should care about it, how to go about dismantling racism as a material,…
 
In Episode 17, we discuss Step Two. We break down the concepts and principles behind the step and share our own experiences with taking Step Two. We then talk about what the concepts and principles of Step Two might offer people trying to leave the Nexus. Finally we consider the lack of spirituality on the Left and consider what role spirituality m…
 
In Episode 16, we break down the basics of attachment theory and the various attachment styles. We discuss the difficulty of developing secure attachment within the Nexus, the role of disorganized attachment in fundamentalism, and the importance of understanding attachment needs for socialists. SHOW NOTES Clementine's Substack Hand-Holding “Support…
 
In Episode 15, we discuss the third component of the Nexus, identitarianism. What do we mean by identitarianism and what are some of its characteristics? How do identitarian arguments work, and how do identitarian premises influence thought on the Left? Finally, we touch on alternative ways of addressing some of the difficult questions that identit…
 
In Episode 14, we sit down with coach and consultant Africa Brooke, based in London, England, to discuss her open letter, 'Why I'm Leaving the Cult of Wokeness'. We talk about dogma, denialism, and the American-centrism in social justice culture. We discuss the frequent framing of critiques of cancel culture as a 'white thing'. We consider the phen…
 
In Episode 13, we discuss the first of the 12 Steps. We break down the meaning of the step from our own experience, exploring it in relation to our recovery from addiction and alcoholism but also in a broader context. We think through how the spirit of Step One can offer freedom and acceptance in the face of cancellation. We also consider how Step …
 
In episode 12 we are joined by Jen Elizabeth, a harm reductionist and author out of Southern California. We discuss the principles of harm reduction, compassion as an antidote to shame, and the importance of respecting people's autonomy. We talk about meeting people where they're at, how sobriety and harm reduction approaches are placed in oppositi…
 
In Episode 11, we sit down with Jah Grey, an award winning photographer from Toronto. We talk about Jah's photography: beautiful portraits of black men, that explore black masculinity through a lens that highlights vulnerability, complexity, and humanity. We also talk about cancel culture (especially within queer and trans spaces), abolitionism, an…
 
In Episode 10, we're joined by our friend Poplar Rose, a witch, writer, and herbalist living in BC, to talk about recovery from the trauma of cancellation. Poplar shares her experiences with cancellation, the sources of strength she found after her world fell apart, and the hope she holds for the future and offers to others. SHOW NOTES Braiding Swe…
 
In Episode 9, we offer a 101 on cancel culture: what is cancellation, how does cancellation work, and what are the different types of cancellation? We also explain why we call it a 'culture', and explain why we oppose it: it's cruel, it prevents the left from building power, and it moves us away from developing real solutions for addressing both co…
 
In Episode 8, we sit down with US-based media psychologist Dr. Christine Marie to discuss her research paper titled The Traumatic Impact of Media Humiliation, Misrepresentation and Victim-Shaming on Narrative Identity and Well-Being. We unpack the traumatic impact of media campaigns of humiliation and misrepresentation, including Dr. Marie's findin…
 
In Episode 7, we're joined by Aloiso Wilmoth, also known by his stage name He Valencia (and his IG handle @moma.ps5), a techno DJ, socialist, and cultural commentator from the United States. We talk about the mess that is woke Instagram, the rise of hardcore racial essentialism on the identitarian 'left', and the deep need for materialist politics.…
 
In Episode 6, we discuss different situations in which people hurt others and feel hurt by others, what distinguishes one type of such an experience from another, and what sorts of responses are appropriate. We unpack the terms ‘harm’ and ‘accountability’, often used in the Nexus but seldom defined, and tease apart some of the unstated assumptions …
 
In Episode 5, the second episode of cancel club, our true pal and father figure DJ Fraser joins us to talk 12 Steps. DJ is a professor, art historian, trans "elder", and unwavering snack daddy, and sits down with us to discuss emotional sobriety, 12 Step principles, and the place of trauma and shame in the Nexus. SHOW NOTES The Big Book of Alcoholi…
 
In Episode 4, we examine social media, a crucial component of the Nexus. We talk about our own relationships with social media and look at how it functions as an expression, and a tool, of neoliberal capitalism. We discuss how social media affects our bodies and our social behaviour, as well as its impact on the production of truth. Finally, we ask…
 
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