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The Same Drugs

By Meghan Murphy
Meghan Murphy and guests embrace authenticity, and have real, honest discussions about culture, politics, relationships, internet wars, the media social justice, cancel culture, and more. Conversations outside the algorithm.
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The Same Drugs: Jonathan Kay on rape, due process, and the Steven Galloway case
In 2015, acclaimed Canadian novelist and head of the University of British Columbia's the creative writing program, Steven Galloway, was accused of sexual assault. Despite there being no evidence to support the allegations, Galloway was suspended and subsequently fired from UBC. The situation caused a dramatic rift in the CanLit community, likely irreparable. Galloway is now suing about two dozen people connected to the allegations against him. In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Jonathan Kay — journalist, former editor-in-chief of The Walrus, former editor and columnist at The National Post, and current Canadian editor at Quillette — about the case, the consequences, and the likely outcome. Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs.
01:43:14
May 18, 2021
The Same Drugs: Lindsay Shepherd on diversity, exclusion, and the free speech crisis on campus
Lindsay Shepherd rose to fame after being reprimanded for showing an interview with Jordan Peterson in a class she was TA'ing at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2017. Meghan Murphy speaks with Lindsay about her recently published book about the ordeal, called, "Diversity and Exclusion: Confronting the Campus Free Speech Crisis." Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs.
55:25
May 4, 2021
The Same Drugs: Konstantin Kisin on vaccine passports, the Covid response, fear, life, and death
Konstantin Kisin is a comedian and co-host of TRIGGERnometry. In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with him about "vaccine passports," the Covid response, fear, humanity, comedy, and why people hate Jordan Peterson.   Subscribe to TRIGGERnometry on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7oPkqeHTwuOZ5CZ-R9f-6w  My interview on TRIGGERnometry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKnRWm7y5X4   Find Konstantin online: http://konstantinkisin.com/ https://twitter.com/KonstantinKisin Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs.
01:27:17
April 16, 2021
The Same Drugs: Jodi Shaw is fighting a 'racially hostile' environment at Smith College
Meghan Murphy speaks with Jodi Shaw, a staffer at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, a divorced mother of two children, a lifelong liberal, and an alumna of  the college. In February, she resigned over allegations that the school was a "racially hostile environment."  This interview was initially available only to patrons. To gain early access to interviews and select content, please sign up as a patron.  Follow The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs. For reference: https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/whistleblower-at-smith-college-resigns https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/24/us/smith-college-race.html Subscribe to Jodi's YouTube channel. Find Jodi on Twitter @Smith_Surge.
01:17:34
April 9, 2021
The Same Drugs: Debunking myths about gender identity with Colin Wright
How irrational is gender identity theory, really? How do arguments against binary sex stack up? In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Colin Wright, an evolutionary biologist and Managing Editor of Quillette. We address common claims about gender identity, the reality of biology, and why the truth matters.   Find Colin's writing on science and pseudoscience, free speech, wokeness, academia, and the gender identity debate at Reality's Last Stand on Substack. Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs. 
01:34:14
March 31, 2021
The Same Drugs: Ian Leslie on how to disagree (except about The Beatles)
Meghan Murphy speaks with Ian Leslie about Paul McCartney, why The Beatles are the greatest band of all time, and how we can all disagree better. His book, "Conflicted: How Productive Disagreements Lead to Better Outcomes," is published by Harper Collins. Read, "64 Reasons to Celebrate Paul McCartney" on Substack. Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content, please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:25:20
March 9, 2021
The Same Drugs: Rob Tracinski wants to replace 'left vs right' with 'liberal vs illiberal'
Meghan Murphy speaks with Rob Tracinski about his article, "Canceled? Welcome to Our World," published at Persuasion, as well as about the fundamental differences between the left and right and how we can rise above polarization in defense of freedom. Rob proposes a "neo-classical liberal coalition, in which the more liberal wings of  both the left and the right make common cause." Robert Tracinski is editor of The Tracinski Letter and author of So Who Is John Galt, Anyway? A Reader's Guide to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. This episode was originally released on Patreon. To gain early access to select content, please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. 
01:14:34
March 4, 2021
The Same Drugs: Heather Heying on gender identity, Twitter, and the lab leak theory
Heather Heying is an evolutionary biologist who was a professor Evergreen College until she and her husband, Bret Weinstein, were pushed to resign in 2017, after Bret was subjected to a social justice-style witch hunt. In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Heather about gender identity, evolutionary biology, Twitter, the algorithm, the Covid lab leak theory, and more!   Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain early access to select content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:32:56
February 24, 2021
The Same Drugs: Ani O'Brien on the problems with modern feminism
Meghan Murphy speaks with Ani O'Brien about why feminists have failed on free speech, her experience of fighting for women's rights in a world that wants to erase biological sex, the problem with hate speech laws, and the challenge of dealing with intra-movement attacks. Ani is a political commentator and spokeswoman of Speak Up For Women (SUFW), a non-partisan organization that exists to protect and advance the rights and interests of women and girls in New Zealand. ​Find Speak Up For Women online: https://speakupforwomen.nz/ Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain early access to select content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:38:53
February 17, 2021
The Same Drugs: Do Trudeau's new travel restrictions violate the Charter?
On Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced new travel restrictions in Canada, including forcing Canadians returning home to quarantine in a government-designated hotel, on their own dime, which Trudeau promises will cost at least $2000. This is despite the fact that international travel accounts for just two per cent of COVID-19 cases in Canada. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) is fighting back, having already mounted a number of challenges in response to Covid-related restrictions, and recently announced that immediate legal action is being prepared against the Trudeau government over the declaration that Canadian residents will be subjected to mandatory quarantine, at their own expense, after returning from international travel, regardless of their negative COVID status. In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Lisa Bildy about the Covid response in Canada and how the JCCF is fighting back. Lisa has worked with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms since 2019.  Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain early access to select content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:00:07
February 2, 2021
The Same Drugs: Helen Pluckrose on postmodernism, feminism, and Cynical Theories
Meghan Murphy speaks with Helen Pluckrose, co-author of Cynical Theories and one of the masterminds behind the Grievance Studies hoax,  about postmodernism, feminism, what liberalism actually means, and why she manages to "annoy everyone."  This interview took place on January 5, 2021, and was initially only made available to patrons.   Learn more about Counterweight. Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity―and Why This Harms Everybody is co-authored by James Lindsay and published by Swift Press. Watch this interview on YouTube. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain early access to select content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:12:30
January 30, 2021
The Same Drugs: Matt Taibbi wants a better media channel for a less polarized America
Meghan Murphy speaks with Matt Taibbi — an American author, journalist, and podcaster — about Donald Trump, Joe Biden, the attack on the Capitol, domestic terrorism, and how American media can (and must) do better. Matt is the author of: "The Business Secrets of Drug-Dealing: Adventures of the Unidentified Black Male," "Hate Inc.: Why Today's Media Makes Us Despise One Another," "I Can't Breathe," "Insane Clown President," "The Divide," "Griftopia," and "The Great Derangement." You can follow Matt's work on Substack. Watch this interview on YouTube.  Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:22:18
January 29, 2021
The Same Drugs: Tom Slater on free speech, Big Tech, and Trump
Meghan Murphy speaks with Tom Slater, deputy editor at spiked, about whether social media bans are an infringement on free speech, what precedent Donald Trump's ban sets, and why so many are failing to see the big picture.  Read Tom's article, "They're IT guys, and we let them silence a president" at The Times. Follow him on Twitter @Tom_Slater_ Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:02:48
January 15, 2021
The Same Drugs: Kat Rosenfield wants to help you stay sane in an insane world
Meghan Murphy speaks with author and co-host of Feminine Chaos, Kat Rosenfield, about Bean Dad, Mimi Groves, cancel culture, feminism, consent, contrarian women, casual sex, and YA drama. Kat is the resident advice columnist at Persuasion, where she responds to reader letters about pronouns, woke gaming, and the most appropriate way to ask out a waitress.  Kat's new book, "NO ONE WILL MISS HER," will be out Fall 2021. This episode live streamed on YouTube on Monday, January 4th, 2012.  Please support The Same Drugs on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:27:34
January 6, 2021
The Same Drugs: Peter Hitchens — 'I wish you an angry Christmas, not a merry one'
Meghan Murphy speaks with Peter Hitchens about the Covid response, the fundamental problem with the left, why it's so hard to change one's mind, and more. Peter is a journalist, a columnist for The Mail on Sunday, and a former foreign correspondent in Moscow and Washington. He is the author of numerous books, including, The Abolition of Britain, The Rage Against God, and The War We Never Fought. This conversation took place on December 22, 2020.  Please support The Same Drugs on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:10:26
December 24, 2020
The Same Drugs: Benjamin Boyce goes gentle into that far right
Meghan Murphy and Benjamin Boyce chat about relationships, dating apps, feminism, casual sex, overthrowing "the system," and his being labelled "far right." This episode live streamed on YouTube on December 17, 2020. Find Benjamin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenjaminABoyce Please support The Same Drugs on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:52:34
December 24, 2020
The Same Drugs: Vincent Emanuele is on the left, despite the left
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Vincent Emanuele — a longtime leftist and community organizer — about community building, organizing, why the working class are abandoning the Democrats, organizing, why engaging with ordinary people matters, and how the left can do better. Vincent Emanuele is a writer, antiwar veteran, community organizer, and podcaster. He is the co-founder of PARC | Politics Art Roots Culture Media and the PARC Community-Cultural Center located in Michigan City, Indiana. He is also a member of Veterans For Peace and OURMC | Organized & United Residents of Michigan City, and Collective 20. This conversation took place on December 15, 2020.    Watch this episode on YouTube.  Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:26:52
December 22, 2020
The Same Drugs: Marilyn Simon on weird bodies, bad women, and flawed feminism
Meghan Murphy speaks with Marilyn Simon, a Shakespeare scholar and university instructor, about modern feminism, objectification, bodies, humourless people, resilience, and more.  Marilyn has written a number of articles for Quillette, exploring issues like feminism, sex, objectification, narcissism, victimhood, and femininity. I often find myself agreeing with some aspects and disagreeing in other areas. Marilyn is currently working on a book, entitled, Lovers: A Humanist's Ode to Sex. This episode was originally published on YouTube on December 11, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:38:30
December 17, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 70 — Bring back handy men
This week on The Same Drugs' live stream, Laura McNally and Meghan  Murphy discuss the Harry Styles/Candace Owens kerfuffle, men in dresses,  the deep web that is indoctrinating young women into believing in  biological sex, and more! This episode originally aired live on YouTube on December 9, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:46:37
December 16, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 69 — Congratulations, it's a girl
Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally discuss the Keira Bell ruling, Elliot (nee Ellen) Page, and Bill C-6. This episode originally aired live on YouTube on December 2, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:33:25
December 6, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 68 — Thanksgiving treason
Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally discuss the harms of Covid lockdowns, politicizing Thanksgiving, Jordan Peterson crybullies, and the hypocrisy of the left.  This episode originally aired live on YouTube on November 25, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:30:21
December 4, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 67 — Burn the witch
Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk Abigail Shriver, the ACLU, Suzanne Moore, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and more! This episode originally aired live on YouTube on November 18, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:26:18
November 25, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 66 — Democrat Denial
This week, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk Covid inconsistency, Democrat denial, and Bill C-6. This episode originally aired live on YouTube on November 11, 2020.  Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:32:51
November 17, 2020
The Same Drugs: Brittany Talissa King on BLM, polarization, and the power of conversation
Brittany Talissa King is a freelance writer and journalist who founded a Black Lives Matter chapter in her hometown, Columbus, in 2016. I spoke with her on Tuesday about racism in America, performative white allyship, the election, the problem of polarization, the power of conversation, media bias, "I am not your hashtag," and why people vote for Trump. Read Brittany's piece, "Free Black Thought," in Tablet. Find her piece, "I Am Not Your HashTag: Why I Am Critical Of White Allyship," at Medium. Follow Brittany on Twitter @kingtalissa. Brittany's podcast, American Shade, is on YouTube. This episode was originally published on YouTube on November 11, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:48:57
November 17, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 64 — TDS
This week on the live stream, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk about liberal meltdowns over the election, Trump Derangement Syndrome, and whether you can be feminist and vote for Trump. This episode live streamed on YouTube on November 4, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:19:60
November 9, 2020
The Same Drugs: Mark Crispin Miller on propaganda, masks, and academic freedom
Mark Crispin Miller is s a Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University. He has published articles and essays in numerous newspapers, journals and magazines, including The Nation, Harper's, and The Wall Street Journal. In September, a student accused him, via Twitter, of questioning the efficacy of masks as a means to stop the spread of Covid, demanding he be fired from NYU.  He is the author of several books, including Boxed In: The Culture of TV, The Bush Dyslexicon: Observations on a National Disorder,  Cruel and Unusual: Bush/Cheney’s New World Order, and Fooled Again: The Real Case for Electoral Reform. He is also the editor of Seeing Through Movies and Loser Take All: Election Fraud and the Subversion of Democracy, 2000-2008. Sign the petition in support of Mark: https://www.change.org/p/under-attack-at-nyu-mark-crispin-miller-needs-your-support-for-academic-freedom Find Mark online: https://markcrispinmiller.com/ This episode was originally published on YouTube on November 3, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:36:10
November 9, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 62 — To the right, to the right
Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy discuss the Kanye/Rogan interview, the presidential debate, Trump, Chelsea Handler, Big Tech and the Democrats. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on October 28, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:07:57
November 4, 2020
The Same Drugs: Brendan O'Neill on Covid lockdowns, Trump, Big Tech, and Samuel Paty
Brendan O'Neill is editor of Spiked and host of the Spiked podcast, The Brendan O’Neill Show,  as well as a writer for The Spectator, The Australian and The Big Issue. I talked to him about the harms of Covid lockdowns, Big Tech censorship, working class people and the left, Donald Trump and the upcoming US election, the beheading of Samuel Paty and leftist failures to challenge Islamic extremism. This interview was conducted on October 27, 2020. Watch this episode on YouTube.  Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:27:08
November 4, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 60 — Zoom-a zoom zoom zoom
Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk Covid policitization, the long term impacts of moving towards a virtual world, and Jeffrey Toobin's zoomsturbation. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on October 21, 2020. Please support The Same Drugs (and gain access to special content) on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:22:24
October 25, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 59 — Abigail Shrier on girls and the trans trend
Abigail Shrier is a writer for the Wall Street Journal and the author of "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters." Meghan Murphy spoke with her on October 15, 2020 about why so many girls are suddenly identifying as trans, and attempting to transition to become the opposite sex, as well as the role of schools, parents, the medical establishment, and social media in all of this. Support The Same Drugs on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
55:45
October 20, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 58 — We're speaking
This week on The Same Drugs' live stream: Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy discuss Meghan's adventure in not having winter tires, the colour blind BC Leaders debate, and SNL's attempt to make misogyny woke again.  This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on October 14, 2020.  For full and early access to content, please subscribe on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:36:57
October 20, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 57 — Bret Weinstein explains everything
Meghan Murphy's conversation with Bret Weinstein took place on September 17th. They discuss feminism, gender, Unity 2020, cancel culture, free speech, Twitter, nature vs nurture, Black Lives Matter, Evergreen, and more. Bret is an Evolutionary Theorist who gained national attention after being targeted by student protests at Evergreen State College in Olympia, where he was employed as a professor at the time.   This interview was originally made available only to patrons. For full and early access to content, please subscribe on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/meghanmurphy The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:36:02
October 20, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 56 — Democracy is for everyone
Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally wonder if the "there's no going back to 'normal'" people are getting off on lockdown, discuss the appeal of Trump, and the failures of the Democrats to connect with working class people. Bonus: Sober October rant.  This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on October 7, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:08:30
October 15, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 55 — Will you shut up
Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally discuss the Trump/Biden presidential debate.  This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on September 30, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:20:25
October 8, 2020
The Same Drugs: Stuart Parker on identitarianism and the current state of the left
Stuart Parker is a longtime socialist, was the leader of the British Columbia Green Party from 1993 to 2000, and was leader of the BC Ecosocialists party in 2020, until he was forced to resign due to accusations of "transphobia." I spoke with him on September 28, 2020 about identitarianism, McCarthyism, the NDP, and the current state of the left.   Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:22:56
October 8, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 53 — The Wokal Dilemma
This week on The Same Drugs' weekly live stream: it's Libra season! Laura McNally turns either 23 or 45, plus: cancel culture comes for the BC Ecosocialists, and we talk about The Social Dilemma and #stophateforprofit. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on September 23, 2020.  Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:26:37
September 30, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 52 — Long live JK Rowling, cuties
This week on The Same Drugs' live stream: Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk #RIPJKRowling, Vancouver's response to the I ❤️ JK Rowling billboard, Cuties, and more! This episode live streamed on YouTube on September 16, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:36:57
September 21, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 51 — Amy Hamm on I ❤️ JK Rowling
Amy Hamm is a co-organizer of #GIDYVR, a series of events in Vancouver looking at gender identity, and the woman behind the "I ❤️ JK Rowling" billboard erected in Vancouver on Friday, September 11th, 2020, only to be removed the following day after complaints. I spoke with her about the billboard and backlash. This episode live streamed on YouTube on September 14, 2020.  Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:06:23
September 21, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 50 — I am womxn, hear me roxr
In this episode, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk about Tedx London's move to "womxn," instead of "women," Jessica Krug's blackface, and why sex is apparently vague and something one can identify in or out of, but not race. This episode originally aired live on YouTube on September 9, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:45:17
September 14, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 49 — Prostitution is for the people!
On this episode of The Same Drugs: Bella and Kaili Thorne LARP as "sex workers," Jacob Blake, the ongoing unrest in America, entitled students, and more!  This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on September 2, 2020.  Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:43:09
September 11, 2020
The Same Drugs: Dr James Cantor — when politics trump science
After publishing a blog post titled, "When a TERF is not a TERF" in July, leading Canadian sex researcher Dr. James Cantor got into a heated exchange on the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) listserv. The post rather tepidly challenged the "always affirm" approach to kids who claim to be trans, suggesting there are valid questions to ask around the age at which a child may transition, and also pointed out that some of women's concerns about male access to women's spaces and sport might not qualify them as "transphobic." Because of this, he was accused of "violence," "harassment," and "hatred." James was removed from the listserv as a result, leading him to quit the SSSS entirely, publishing a letter of resignation on August 10, saying: "In the  present culture war between science and popular appeal, the SSSS Board  of Directors selected the latter. This is not the first time the SSSS  Board abused their authority to silence science opposing their personal  political views, and no valid organization can be in the name of science  in name only.  I am grateful to the other sexuality scientists who have  resigned in sympathy, both publicly and privately." James does not take a position on gender identity at all, but nonetheless was pilloried for even suggesting questions about the practices connected to transgenderism might be worth asking. While there is much James and I may disagree on, the push to politicize science is troubling, and the silencing of debate and critical thought around these issues is troubling. The video version of this interview is currently available only on Patreon. To gain early access to content and to access Patreon-only content, subscribe as a patron: https://www.patreon.com/meghanmurphy The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:24:09
September 10, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 47 — White silence is violence
Is white silence violence? Meghan and Laura discuss the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests in the US and some of the connected mottos and messaging. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on August 26, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:30:50
September 6, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 46 — Is feminism cancelled?
On this episode: Rebecca Solnit sold out, Trump uncancelled Susan B Anthony but the intersectionals recancelled her, and Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy and I wonder if maybe feminism is a goner. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on August 19, 2020. Support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:31:28
August 29, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 45 — WAP
Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy discuss WAP: feminist anthem, excessively vulgar, or great hip hop track?  This episode live streamed on YouTube on August 12, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:45:13
August 18, 2020
The Same Drugs: James Lindsay still thinks 2+2=4
James Lindsay is probably best known for the Grievance Studies hoax, wherein three scholars — James, Helen Pluckrose, and Peter Boghossian — wrote 20 fake papers using critical theory jargon to argue for ridiculous conclusions, and submitted them to journals in fields like gender studies, queer studies, and fat studies. He has a doctorate in math and background in physics, and is the author of six books, spanning a range of subjects including religion, the philosophy of science, and postmodern theory. His most recent book, "How to have impossible conversations," is co-authored by Peter Boghossian. James is the co-founder of New Discourses.  I spoke with him on August 11, 2020 about a month long online drama wherein a number of Critical Social Justice activists attempted to insist that two plus two does not always equal four, as well as about feminist theory, academia, the Grievance Studies hoax, and more.  Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:41:34
August 15, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 43 — Wokefished
This week, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talking wokefishing and whether 2+2 must always equal 4. This episode live streamed on YouTube on August 5, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:26:14
August 15, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 42 — Challenge Accepted
This week, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk about The Babysitters' Club, the #womenempoweringwomen Instagram challenge, baby TikTok witches, Elon Musk, and more. This episode live streamed on YouTube on July 29, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:44:40
August 7, 2020
The Same Drugs: Jen Gerson holds the line
Jen Gerson is a Canadian journalist, who has worked with the National Post, the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Maclean's, the CBC, and Walrus. But, after many years, she became fed up with the Canadian media landscape. The culture had become suffocating, and she pined for more lively, provocative commentary on politics and culture in Canada. So she created a platform to do just that: The Line launched on July 27, 2020. Jen calls it "Canada's last, best hope for irreverent commentary, spirited debate, and liberal values."  In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with about her experience in Canadian media, why the industry has become so dismal, and what needs to change. This episode originally aired on YouTube on July 29, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:03:18
August 7, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 40 — The Glory
Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk Kanye (and Kanye's mental health), Covid, Kelowna, glory holes, and Naked Athena. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on July 23, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:38:28
July 27, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 39 — Free Britney!
This week, Laura and Meghan discuss Bari Weiss' resignation from the New York Times, CEOs getting bonuses for reaching "diversity goals," and Bumble reaching 100 million users. But most of all: FREE BRITNEY. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on July 16, 2020.  Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:37:16
July 23, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 38 — The power of speech compels you!
This week, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy discuss Mary Kay Letourneau, women who exploit men, the reaction to the Harper's free speech letter, Amy Cooper updates, cars vs video games, and more! This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on July 9, 2020. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:39:52
July 14, 2020
The Same Drugs: Lisa Marchiano on new religions and activism
Meghan Murphy speaks with Lisa Marchiano, a Jungian analyst in private practice in Philadelphia and one of the hosts of the podcast This Jungian Life, about activism and movements as a new form of religion, as well as our codependent relationship with activists.  Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
55:47
July 2, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 35 — Did Karlos ruin Karen?
Karlos Dillard, revealed to be a grifter, may have finally pushed the Karen meme too far, revealing the destructiveness and false premise of of the trend. This week on The Same Drugs, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy continue the tired conversation about Karen. This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on June 25, 2020.  Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:38:04
June 30, 2020
The Same Drugs: MK Fain on trashing and infighting in feminism
Why does feminism seem hellbent on self-destruction these days? Well, it's nothing new... Jo Freeman wrote about trashing in the feminist movement back in the 70s. Today, thanks to online culture, it's ever more visible and pernicious. Rather than bringing women in, too often they feel pushed out. Those who try to make a difference, who end up in leadership roles, who gain a voice in the mainstream are torn down; women who fail to meet standards of purity politics are smeared and ejected from the movement. How can we do better? How can we replace toxicity with productivity? How can we better engage when feeling attacked? And why is this all happening in the first place?   I spoke with MK Fain, founder of 4W, an American feminist online publication, and co-founder of Spinster, a feminist social media platform about the challenges she's faced in the feminist movement, both from enemies and "allies."    Follow Mary Kate's work at 4W, find her on Twitter @mkay_fain, join Spinster.xyz.   Further resources: Jo Freeman's "Trashing: The Dark Side of Sisterhood." Watch this episode on YouTube. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:12:37
June 28, 2020
The Same Drugs: So, you've been radicalized
This week, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy discuss Brandy Jensen's Jezebel article about Vile Meghan, Gwen Benaway's bamboozling of CanLit, and CHAZ. This episode live streamed on June 18, 2020 on YouTube. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Keep the conversation going on Reddit.
01:28:19
June 23, 2020
The Same Drugs: Jon Kay on Tom Cotton, Wendy Mesley, the CBC, and the disintegration of media
Jonathan Kay is a journalist; the Canadian editor and podcast host for Quillette; a National Post columnist; and an author, whose forthcoming Fall 2020 book will be about the history of American film exhibition. I spoke with him on Tuesday, June 16 about the current state of journalism, the New York Times meltdown over Tom Cotton's op-ed, the ousting of Wendy Mesley, the firing of David Shor, why we should consider defunding the CBC, and what a better model for media might be. This episode is also available to watch on YouTube. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:26:54
June 18, 2020
The Same Drugs: Epsiode 31 — You're all fired
This week, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk about J.K. Rowling, Wendy Mesley, Kathleen Lowrey, the fact that "safetyism" and cancel  culture actually makes everyone feel UNsafe, and Meghan's 2007 Halloween costume. This episode live streamed on June 11, 2020 on YouTube.  Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:35:14
June 13, 2020
The Same Drugs: Zaid Jilani on race, riots, defunding the police, privilege theory, and Amy Cooper
On Friday, June 5, I talked to journalist Zaid Jilani about the Black Lives Matter demonstrations, the impact of rioting, defunding the police, privilege theory, Amy Cooper, and more. Zaid has published work at The Intercept, Jacobin, The Guardian, and Quillette. Read his article, "White People Behaving Badly: The shaming of Amy Cooper and the problem with viral racism videos" at Arc Digital. Follow him on Twitter @zaidjilani. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:17:34
June 10, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 29 — White people are unbearable
This week, Laura McNally and Meghan Murphy talk about how unbearable white people on the internet are right now; #BlackOutTuesday, virtue signalling and faux-politicking online, in response to the protests against police brutality; white feminism; and staying in one's "lane."   This episode was live streamed on YouTube on June 4, 2020. Unfortunately a bad wireless connection impacted audio in some sections. Please support my work and The Same Drugs on Patreon. Patrons get access to special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:29:54
June 8, 2020
The Same Drugs: Coleman Hughes on race, racism, police violence, and Black Lives Matter
Coleman Hughes is a writer living in New York City who has contributed to Quillette, The Spectator, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and more. In 2019, he testified before a U.S. House Judiciary subcommittee at a hearing on reparations for slavery. Meghan Murphy speaks with him and race and racism in America, the Black Lives Matter movement, police violence, the uprisings in response to the killing of George Floyd, the impact of rioting, and more.  This interview originally aired on YouTube on June 2, 2020. Support The Same Drugs on Patreon. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
45:57
June 4, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 27 -- The Karen Wars Rage On
In this week's episode, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally wonder who is the real Karen of the Ramble park debacle: Amy Cooper or Christian Cooper? Also, it turns out all Karens are not manager-calling, dog leash-policing yuppies. The Karen people are a historically oppressed group of people, persecuted and under attack since Burma became independent from the British Empire in 1948. Burmese troops continue to destroy Karen villages and over 100,000 Karen live in refugee camps. Learn more about the lovely Karen people and their struggle.  This episode was live streamed on YouTube on May 28, 2020. Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:22:11
June 1, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 26 — Unmasking OnlyFans
In this episode, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk about wearing cloth masks — purposeful? Or virtue signalling? Also, "sex workers" are complaining that influencers are dipping into their revenue stream on OnlyFans — why is everyone turning to porn and are professional "porn stars" losing out?  This episode was live streamed on YouTube on May 21, 2020. Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:17:54
May 30, 2020
The Same Drugs: What if Alison Roman was right?
Laura and Meghan are back with another live stream episode of The Same Drugs. This week, we talk about cancel culture and the Chrissy Teigen/Marie Kondo/Alison Roman feud.  This episode aired on YouTube on May 14, 2020. Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:37:30
May 21, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 24 — Caren White, Anne Frank, and fake friends
We're back for another #lockdownlivestream, though we're close to unlocking, so perhaps we're moving towards an unlocked live stream? Laura and Meghan chat about Caren's missing organic flour, Anne Frank's white privilege, and what to do with phony friends.   This episode aired live on May 7, 2020. Watch it on YouTube. Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:35:35
May 14, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Jonathan Kay on COVID, the lockdowns, and how to get the perfect frosted tips
Jonathan Kay is a longtime journalist, commentator, and editor. He is the Canadian editor and podcast host for Quillette, a National Post columnist, and an author, whose forthcoming Fall 2020 book will be about the history of American film exhibition.  He's been analyzing the global data on COVID-19 cases, fatalities, transmission, and superspreaders for Quillette. Jon's article, "It's not the size of the event, but the behaviour that matters," is published at the National Post. Please support my work! Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. 
01:47:47
May 7, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 22 — #lockdownlivestream (social media sucks)
On last week's episode of The Same Drugs' #lockdownlivestream, Laura and Meghan talk more about the "bat fried rice" t-shirt design and subsequent backlash against Meghan online, claims that she's "moving to the right," the problem with identity politics, then tell everyone to go fuck themselves. This episode aired live on April 30, 2020. Watch it on YouTube.  Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:43:15
May 7, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Toby Young on free speech, no-platforming, and why social media censorship matters
Toby Young is the London associate editor of Quillette, associate editor of The Spectator, and the founder and General Secretary of the Free Speech Union.  While I am positive there is much we disagree on, we do share views on free speech and no platforming. In this episode, we talk about why the left has largely abandoned free speech, why social media censorship matters, and the value of public debate.   Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public.  The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Watch this episode on YouTube. 
40:15
May 3, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Nancy Jo Sales on the false promises and harms of dating apps
Nancy Jo Sales is an award winning journalist, who has published work at Vanity Fair, The Guardian, New York Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, and more. She is the author of American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers and The Bling Ring: How A Gang of Fame-Obsessed Teens Ripped Off Hollywood and Shocked the World. Her HBO documentary, Swiped: Hooking Up in the Digital Age, is an investigation into how technology has changed the landscape of sex and  dating. She's focused much of her journalism, of late, on dating apps like Tinder; the impact of dating apps on women and girls; and the reality behind a form of technology that is so often treated as nothing more than a positive, fun, sexy convenience. Meghan Murphy speaks to Nancy Jo about how dating apps work, the connection between dating apps and addiction, the impact of these apps on our self-esteem, mental health, relationships, and sex lives. Find Nancy Jo on Twitter @nancyjosales. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook.
02:07:41
April 27, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 19 — Bat Fried Rice, Woke Sex, and Very Big Babies
On this week's #lockdownlivestream, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk China, the controversy around the "bat fried rice" t-shirt  design, why "woke bros" won't bring their politics to the bedroom, and Gavin the very big baby. This episode aired live on YouTube on April 23, 2020. Become a patron to get early access to episodes of The Same Drugs and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:27:30
April 25, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Posie Parker thinks positive
Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, aka Posie Parker, is a British women's rights campaigner and YouTuber.  I spoke with her on April 8, 2020 about feminism, the best ways to empower women, how she's coping with COVID lockdowns, and why she is so controversial. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Become a patron to get early access to episodes and special content, not available to the public. 
01:19:59
April 22, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 17 — COVID cancellations
Who's getting cancelled under Corona?! Charlotte (ne Charles) Clymer, corona cuddlers, lockdown protesters, and conspiracy theorists. Check this week's #lockdownlivestream.  This episode originally aired live on YouTube on April 16, 2020. Become a patron for early access to episodes and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:16:04
April 19, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Mike Nayna on grievance studies & the trouble with social justice activism
Mike Nayna is a filmmaker living in Melbourne. His 2015 short, Digilante  (recently picked up by The Atlantic), took a critical look at viral cancel culture and how the moral intentions of social justice warriors can go terribly wrong. He is currently working on a film about the "grievance studies" affair — a project of James A. Lindsay, Peter Boghossian, and Helen Pluckrose, who wanted to shine a light on poor scholarship in certain "social justice"-centered academic fields, such as gender and critical race studies. The three scholars submitted fake papers to academic journals to expose how easy it is to get “absurdities and morally fashionable political ideas published as legitimate academic research.” A number of the papers were published, including a 3000 word excerpt of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf, rewritten in the language of intersectionality theory. Watch this episode on YouTube. Become a patron for early access to episodes and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. 
01:26:27
April 16, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 15 — Call me Karen
In this week's installment of our weekly #lockdownlivestream, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally cover Karen: is the meme sexist? Race/class commentary? Neither? Is it 'shaming' to suggest people get off the couch? Are chips the best snack?  This episode originally aired live on YouTube on April 9, 2020. Become a patron for early access to episodes and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
01:23:10
April 13, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Brendan O'Neill on the COVID lockdowns
Brendan O'Neill is editor of spiked and host of the spiked podcast, The Brendan O’Neill Show,  as well as a writer for The Spectator, The Australian and The Big Issue. He's taken many controversial positions in his work, but few have garnered as much backlash as his view on the COVID lockdowns.  In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Brendan about conspiracy theories, the working class, China, xenophobia, the impact of the lockdowns on individuals and the economy, and more.   Become a patron for early access to episodes and special content, not available to the public. The Same Drugs is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. 
01:06:04
April 8, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 12 — Tiger Queens
Jean and Karen of Actual Feminism join Meghan Murphy in an invigorating discussion about Tiger King, The Jersey Shore, the joys of autism, the value of shame, and their most controversial opinions.  Sign up as a patron for early access to content and special episodes, not available to the public. Follow The Same Drugs is on Twitter and Instagram!
01:44:51
April 2, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: Arielle Scarcella isn't scared of being cancelled
As a popular lesbian YouTuber, Arielle Scarcella has experienced her fair share of backlash. Recently, a number of queer activists attempted to deplatform her from the only lesbian panel at The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras (SGLMG), leading Arielle to her last straw. In February, she posted a video announcing that she was "leaving the left."  Arielle and I have followed each other's work for a few years now, and I was very stoked to finally have her on for an interview! Sign up as a patron for early access to select content and episodes not available to the public: https://www.patreon.com/meghanmurphy The Same Drugs is on Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_samedrugs And Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_samedrugs/
57:23
March 31, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 10 — Live in the time of corona
In this episode, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally discuss some COVID-related questions, including: Is it racist to refer to coronavirus as the "China virus"? Does social shaming around social isolation work? What are we all going to do about our hair?! The second half of this episode is only available on Patreon, for subscribers. In it, we debate the comeback of the word "retarded" and the question of whether it's ok to break up with a friend or partner during a pandemic. Sign up as a patron to listen/watch: https://www.patreon.com/meghanmurphy  The Same Drugs is on Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_samedrugs And Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_samedrugs/ This episode was live streamed on YouTube on Thursday, March 26th, 2020. 
01:30:12
March 28, 2020
The Same Drugs: Episode 9 — Live from the apocalypse!
In this episode, Meghan Murphy and Laura McNally talk about the wide ranging impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, but we also talk about things like ghosts, aliens, cats, and mushrooms.  This episode originally live streamed on YouTube on March 19, 2020. 
02:15:49
March 21, 2020
The Same Drugs Interview: The Benjamin Boyce story
In this episode of The Same Drugs, Meghan Murphy speaks to Benjamin Boyce, who did incredible work documenting the Evergreen Scandal, revealing the very dark repercussions of identity politics, cancel culture, and the ways in which students are being taught to approach oppression, differing opinions, and politics.    We talk about Benjamin's work exposing Evergreen, gender, nature vs nuture, male/female relationships, intersectionality, a controversial tweet, his swollen ankle, and more!   This episode first aired on YouTube, on March 13, 2020.
02:16:43
March 21, 2020