• blaisepascal posted a new activity comment 3 years, 8 months ago

    The way the first story is written, he didn’t get into too much trouble when he was just harassing cis-women, but harassing a transwoman got him into trouble. Why couldn’t he have been ousted for harassing women earlier?

    (I’m ashamed to admit that the unfortunate phrasing that went through my mind was that he found a victim with the balls to…[Read more]

    • In my experience it takes about 3 women coming forward before these allegations are taken seriously. They stood up for themselves, they just stood alone and were ignored.

  • blaisepascal posted a new activity comment 3 years, 9 months ago

    I, too, will miss you on the show. I am sure the MRA brigade is going to be crowing victory over your departure, but I can continue to ignore them.

    I hope they replace you with another strong voice, preferably someone not a straight white cis-male (otherwise, SGU is purely lacking in diversity). I’ve long wanted a different regular voice on the…[Read more]

    • Can I suggest Noah Nez? (Well, maybe not; he lives in Arizona.)

      On MRAs, they may be crowing victory, or they may start complaining about Rebecca leaving. (Believe me, groups like that have that level of chutzpah.)

      Anyway, good luck, Rebecca!

  • blaisepascal posted a new activity comment 3 years, 12 months ago

    You shouldn’t lie about such things. I’m planning on heading to Target tonight, and now I have my hopes up about SJW’s. A social justice themed restaurant, what’s not to like? And with your endorsement, it’s bound to have vegetarian options, too.

    • I imagine ample vegetarian and vegan options, with all food fair-trade and probably sourced from local farmers, climate and season permitting.

      Damn, now I’m hungry.

  • blaisepascal posted a new activity comment 4 years, 2 months ago

    Quote: “The time spent listening to Skeptoid can be better spent listening to another podcast that actually addresses true criticism rather than condescending to “true-believers”, or better yet listening to the latest Mary Roach book on tape.”

    I like Skeptoid. I like the format, I like the length, I like the majority of topics covered, etc. I d…[Read more]