Episode 115: Inciting an Ostentatious Riot
Episode 115 of Inciting A Riot: the Podcast finds us exploring the topic of LGBTQ representation in media in two parts. The first is a case study on why allowing minorities to tell their own stories is important and necessary.
We examine Black Panther, Harry Potter/JK Rowling, Will & Grace, Call Me By Your Name and other minority programming to get a sense of why it matters who tells whose story.
Then, I'm so excited to introduce you all to Myxter Hyde. We have a free form discussion on the topic of representation and geekery and what it means to see yourself in media accurately. You can find him on any of his multiple podcasts or on Twitter @MyxterHyde
In the Myx: blazingcariboustudios.com/shows/inthemyx/
Criminal Musings: http://www.blazingcariboustudios.com/shows/CriminalMusings/
Red Wing: Redwingpodcast.com
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