I'm tired and probably overly picky
I had to quit this podcast for the exact same reasons I've had to quit a lot of podcasts like these. I got tired of the hosts and/or guests doing things like making subtle or not so subtle i'm-not-like-other-women type comments, mocking pretty vicously completely incocuous things and the people who enjoy them, and general completely unnecessary judginess--none of which were in the punching-up doctrine--that ultimately makes the podcast un-fun. I wouldn't enjoy it as jokes but they weren't even part of jokes so like... I don't even know what the point of these comments are except to be mean and feel superior. I loved the premise and I was excited for some of the topics they were going to cover, but after a few different comments in a few different episodes I gave up. It's not constant and is still pretty rare, and there is good content in this podcast, but I'm not interested in spending my time listening to a podcast without knowing if I'll be blindsided by people being unnecessarily mean at least 1-2 times per episode.Read full review »
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