We're all in the same room again, thinking about the deep questions of life, such as what you'd do differently if you knew you were going to die in a year, and which direction the end of the toilet paper should face.
Sonia and Annelise talk about religion and truth and existential crises (but they accidentally call it an "existentialist crisis" which is embarrassing).
Tonight Sonia, Sarah and Annelise talk about purity culture, which encompasses a lot of ideas about sexuality and gender, but is used by us as an easy way to refer to the teaching of no sex before marriage, modesty (for women), and porn-watching (for men).
We have an introduction now, thanks to the talented Sonia! And Sarah's heading to Amsterdam, so tonight we talk about the ethics of travel: What are the impacts of travel on the environment, and the places we visit? Is is okay to travel?
Tonight we talk about the phrase "having it all" - what does it mean, why does it annoy Annelise so much, what can change so that young men and women have realistic expectations about their futures, and whether any of us feel like we currently "have it all."
Sonia and Annelise chat about cleaning products, TV and podcasts, perfectly timing their conversation to end a millisecond before the recorder's battery ran out.
Tonight we chatted about snooping in other peoples' bathrooms, standing ovations, the latest Star Wars film, Jon Ronson's book So You've Been Publicly Shamed, and how to use social media well.
We started recording our conversation on the way to the airport. Annelise wonders if she doesn't actually have faith, an overtired Sonia keeps laughing her head off, and Sarah discovers she's made a terrible mistake...
Our first podcast featuring all of us in the same room! Which in this case happens to be a quietish gate at Sydney airport. We talk about whether or not we'd go back to high school if we could, the ethics of buying a pet, whether fish are equal to or less than dogs, and the gorgeous/uncomfortable naivete of children, among (many) other things.
Tonight we talk about which beliefs we've let go of, and which we still hold onto.
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