Culture Crumbs Podcast
"IDK If This Is the Hill I Want to Die On"
This week is all about the choices we make and their moral and social implications. Should we adopt gender neutral language? How do we become more compassionate at work? Why do we watch reality TV? Join us as we try to make sense of these complicated questions. Show Notes Trader Joe's Cauliflower Gnocci Crumb: "The Problem with 'Hey Guys'" The Atlantic "America Needs 'Ya'll'" The Atlantic Crumb: "Emotional Intelligence Undervalued In the Hiring Process" Forbes "Rising Strong as a...
Mini Crumb: "Can You Speak on Behalf of All Men?"
As the use of donor insemination increases, more and more men are faced with the emotional implications of infertility on relationships and their sense of self. Adam, Katherine, and Rebecca discuss the social narratives framing male infertility and the need for more spaces allowing men to talk about their feelings. Show Notes Crumb: "The Overlooked Emotions of Sperm Donation" The Atlantic Credits Logo by Thomas Freeman Royalty free music from Hooksounds
Mini Crumb: "Everything Is So Over the Top"
Adam, Katherine, and Rebecca went to go see Crazy Rich Asians last weekend and discuss their impressions. They cover representation, Hollywood whitewashing, and next steps for diversity in rom coms. Show Notes Crumb: "Crazy Rich Asians" "For Some Viewers, Crazy Rich Asians Isn't Asian Enough" The New York Times "Reese Witherspoon & Kerry Washington to Adapt ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ as Limited Series" Variety "Only One Production Company Said They Wouldn’t Whitewash To All the Boys I’ve...
Mini Crumb: "Pulling Out Is Still a Form of Birth Control"
Should employees be forced to abide by the ethical convictions and choices of their employer? Adam, Katherine, and Rebecca consider both sides of We Work's recent decision to not serve meat to their employees. Show Notes Crumb: "Memo from the Boss: You're a Vegetarian Now." The New York Times Credits Logo by Thomas Freeman Royalty free music from Hooksounds