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Updated November 2019
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Red Scare is a cultural commentary podcast hosted by bohemian layabouts Anna Khachiyan and Dasha Nekrasova. Support the ladies on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RedScare Follow @annakhachiyan Follow @nobody_stop_me
 
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The ladies discuss Prince Andrew's BBC interview and review Noah Baumbach's new film "Marriage Story."
 
The ladies discuss the online YA wars, The Cut's "Porn Carnival" writeup, and n+1's foray into incel fiction. Read Kaitlin Phillips' piece, "The Hooker Laureate of the Dirtbag Left," here. Read Tony Tulathimutte's short story, "The Feminist," here.
 
The ladies discuss Michael Bloomberg's rumored stab at the presidency, Jeff Goldblum's remarks in defense of Woody Allen, the new rape allegations against Roman Polanski; plus, we review Bong Joon-ho's class-conscious dark comedy thriller Parasite.
 
We're unlocking another one of our premium eps! *** The ladies discuss Dasha's Lana Del Rey concert experience, viral climate change teen Greta Thunberg and Jordan Peterson's rehab stint for Klonopin addiction.
 
The ladies are joined by writer Natasha Stagg to talk about her new book Sleeveless: Fashion, Image, Media, New York 2011-2019. Buy Natasha's book here.
 
The ladies review HBO's newest teen drama, Euphoria, about a group of drug and internet addled zoomers living in a post-9/11 suburban wasteland.
 
The ladies are joined by embattled influencer Caroline Calloway for a very special live show. Also with Dan Allegretto. Originally recorded on 9/27/19.
 
The ladies discuss the decline of fast fashion and the absurdity of the impeachment proceedings.
 
The ladies discuss Dasha's Lana Del Rey concert experience, viral climate change teen Greta Thunberg and Jordan Peterson's rehab stint for Klonopin addiction.
 
The ladies are back to talk about influencer Caroline Calloway's friendship #MeToo at the hands of her ghostwriter and gal pal Natalie Beach, Lauren Duca's academia woes, Justin Trudeau's blackface fiasco, and SNL giving new hire Shane Gillis the axe over recently unearthed racist remarks. Read Beach's account here. Read the Duca interview here.…
 
The ladies are back later this week but in the interim enjoy a previously paywalled special wherein they provide commentary from the Bronx Zoo.
 
The ladies are joined by poet Ariana Reines to discuss poetry, astrology and her new release, A Sand Book. See Ariana read on 9/11 with Ali Leibegott at The Poetry Project and on 9/13 at The Strand with CAConrad, Rob Brezsny and Zoe Brezsny. Buy Ariana's book here.
 
The ladies review Lana Del Rey's new album and Dave Chappelle's latest special. Get tickets for our September 27th live show at The Bell House here.
 
The ladies discuss Marianne Williamson's Roxy fundraiser, the Jeffrey Epstein hearing, Kim Kardashian's "cultural appropriation" shapewear scandal, and Caitlin Flanagan's take on Ilhan Omar's FGM stance. Read the Flanagan piece here.
 
The ladies discuss Arthur Chu's thread on exposing kids to fetish, Penelope Gristlefink's letter to the Atlantic editor, and Mia Khalifa's claim that she only made $12,000 in the porn industry. Read an archived version of the Gristlefink piece here.
 
The ladies discuss the Portland antifa, the Hong Kong demonstrations, and the efficacy of protest in general, with an interlude on Dasha's Epstein truther meetup.
 
The ladies discuss Equinox's fundraising scandal, Chris Cuomo's Fredo flap, Jeffrey Epstein's Russian bodyguard, Joanna Schroeder's parenting meltdown, and Amazon's "drone"-led PR outreach debacle.
 
The ladies discuss Jeffrey Epstein's mysterious death and Emily Ratajkowski's feminist theorizing. Read Emrata's essay on what it means to be "hyper-feminine" here.
 
The ladies discuss round two of the Democratic debates, Jeffrey Epstein's plan to inseminate the world, and Alan Dershowitz's age of consent woes.
 
Patrik Sandberg is back again for part two of two-part episode to review Quentin Tarantino's penultimate film, "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. Subscribe to Not Really, Patrik's podcast with Paul Cupo, here.
 
Patrik Sandberg returns for part one of two-part episode to talk about The Cut's viral exposé, "The Most Gullible Man in Cambridge," about how a Harvard law professor got gamed by a pair of woke feminist grifters. Read the article here. Subscribe to Not Really, Patrik's podcast with Paul Cupo, here.
 
The ladies discuss Samantha Bee's proposition to Marianne Williamson, Marvel's new diversity initiative, the push to cancel Quentin Tarantino, and The New Yorker redux of the Al Franken case.
 
Poster socialite Mecha stops by the pod to talk about Catholicism and the Left, the role of organized religion in challenging the liberal consensus, the church's stance on abortion and homosexuality, and its well-publicized pedophilia problem.
 
The ladies discuss Beto's slaveowner roots, Grimes' cyborg training regimen, and The Squad's superfeud with Pelosi and Trump.
 
The ladies review Ari Aster's latest release, Midsommar, and HBO's new Michelle Carter doc, I Love You, Now Die. (Skip to the 33-minute mark to avoid spoilers!)
 
The ladies discuss Ross Perot's passing, Tom Steyer's presidential bid, Ljubljana's controversial new Melania Trump statue, the casting of a black Ariel in the live action Little Mermaid reboot, and billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking charges.
 
The ladies are back to discuss Andy Ngo's scuffle with Portland antifa, Trump's visit to North Korea, and Vogue's profile of the women Democrats running for president. Plus, we review snubbed presidential contender Marianne Williamson's self-help bestseller A Return to Love.
 
The ladies recap the Democratic Debates, plus the E. Jean Carroll, Morrissey and Dalai Lama drama.
 
The ladies stop by WNYC's Podcast Mixtape series. View the video from the livestream on YouTube.
 
The ladies discuss Sarah Huckabee Sanders' departure from the White House, OJ Simpson's return to Twitter, Jessica Biel's brush with anti-vaxxing, Moira Donegan's claim that men don't do their fair share of household chores and the NYT's reporting on the rise of sobriety as a lifestyle brand.
 
Angela Nagle returns for the ladies' 100th episode to talk about Beto's "hacktivist" origins, Bernie's socialism speech and the Steven Crowder YouTube ban.
 
The ladies talk about Pride Month corporate virtue-shilling, Trump's visit to meet the royals, Vice's climate change report and Sephora shuttering its stores to hold inclusion workshops.
 
The ladies recap their vacations, Moby's Natalie Portman apologia, George Ciccariello-Maher's girlfriend controversy, Joe Biden's "Superpredator" woes and The Cut's viral article on incels getting plastic surgery to look like chads.
 
The ladies are on Spring Break, so we're unlocking another premium ep on the heels of the Gucci turban controversy. *** Amber A'Lee Frost stops by the pod to chat about the State of the Union address, Barbara Ehrenreich, Bernie Sanders, and the Gucci "blackface" mask.
 
The ladies navigate your deepest and darkest questions about life and love once again
 
The ladies talk about the latest Whitney Biennial, Alabama's proposed abortion ban, Elizabeth Warren's "green military" tweets, and Jameela Jamil's calls to stop fat-shaming Trump.
 
Happy Mother's Day! The ladies discuss Alyssa Milano's #SexStrike, Anna Delvey's sentencing and "Knock Down the House," Netflix's new AOC doc.
 
Creative director and fashion insider Patrik Sandberg joins the ladies to talk about the Met Gala and the shifting cultural meaning of camp. Suggested reading: Susan Sontag, "Notes on Camp" Bruce La Bruce, "Notes on Camp/Anti Camp"
 
The ladies discuss Facebook's unexpected Farrakhan ban, Burger King's woke Real Meals campaign, and Anjelica Huston's iconic Vulture interview.
 
The ladies discuss the Sarah Lawrence sex cult, Vanity Fair's Bari Weiss profile, and this year's Dazed 100 list.
 
Amber A'Lee Frost is back to recap the Zizek/Peterson debate, the online left's Zizekian Oedipus complex and Elizabeth Warren's foray into Game of Thrones fanfic.
 
Instagram model and lifestyle entrepreneur Zoe Kestan aka Weed Slut 420 stops by the pod for some girl talk and to unveil her new line of lingerie and smoking products.
 
The ladies talk about Notre Dame going up in flames, the Trump Administration's apparent sanctuary cities immigration about-face, and Brett Easton Ellis' problematic press tour for his upcoming nonfiction release "White" — as well as offer up some impromptu reviews of Soho's most deplorable shopping hotspots.…
 
The ladies are joined by special guest Dan Allegretto live in scenic Gowanus.
 
The ladies discuss Joe Biden's #MeToo moment, Mussolini's granddaughter's feud with Jim Carrey, New York Magazine's marriage issue and the latest report on how millennials are having less sex
 
If you didn't want to hear a rape joke, why did you come? We're unlocking our episode with Vanessa Place. Description below: *** The ladies are joined by performance artist and criminal defense lawyer Vanessa Place to discuss her new book You Had To Be There, a text version of her performance piece in which she recites rape jokes to an audience ...…
 
Journalist Michael Tracey joins the ladies to talk about what we've learned from the Mueller Report, the media's Russian collusion moral panic and the left's most inconvenient presidential hopeful, Tulsi Gabbard
 
The ladies discuss their predictions for the Mueller report, Andrew Yang's stance against circumcision, America's triumph over ISIS, and Jezebel's petty stab at taking down libfem juggernaut Lauren Duca
 
The ladies discuss Hulu original series "Shrill" and J.K. Rowlings auto fan fiction.
 
The ladies discuss Andrew Yang's presidential campaign, the celebs ensnared in an elite college admissions scheme, and Tucker Carlson's shock jock radio scandal.
 
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