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Online video creator Dylan Marron calls some of the folks who wrote him hateful messages to ask one simple question: why? The results are sometimes awkward, often political, and always fascinating. In new episodes starting April 2nd, Dylan will moderate conversations between people who exchanged their own negative messages online.
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Empathy is not Endorsement

Empathy is not Endorsement

2019-07-3100:12:123

Host Dylan Marron shares his 2018 TED Talk “Empathy is not Endorsement.”TED Talks Daily features a new TED Talk every weekday. You can find it wherever you get your podcasts.You can watch his talk here: https://www.ted.com/talks/dylan_marron_empathy_is_not_endorsement
Dylan speaks to Carl, an old high school classmate, about something Carl wrote online seventeen years ago - before social media as we know it was even invented.If you’d like to be a guest on this show fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Phillip Blackowl (logo designer), Mindy Tucker (logo photographer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Episode 30: Easy Target

Episode 30: Easy Target

2019-03-1100:39:165

Dylan speaks to Brian, a stranger who called him a gay slur.If you’d like to be a guest on this show fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Phillip Blackowl (logo designer), Mindy Tucker (logo photographer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Celebrated drag queen & winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Bob The Drag Queen chats with James, a stranger who tweeted “I really really really don’t like Bob The Drag Queen.”If you’d like to be a guest on this show fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Phillip Blackowl (logo designer), Mindy Tucker (logo photographer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Episode 28: Hypocrite

Episode 28: Hypocrite

2019-02-1100:43:074

Jesse called Dylan a hypocrite. Dylan admits he may be right.If you’d like to be a guest on this show fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Phillip Blackowl (logo designer), Mindy Tucker (logo photographer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Amanda Palmer is a celebrated musician and artist with a whole bunch of devoted fans… and some vocal detractors. In this episode Dylan moderates a conversation between Amanda and a woman who tweeted “I’m not sure I hate any celebrity the way I hate Amanda Palmer.”If you’d like to be a guest on this show fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Phillip Blackowl (logo designer), Mindy Tucker (logo photographer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Episode 26: Happy & Merry

Episode 26: Happy & Merry

2018-12-2400:47:142

“Merry Christmas” can be a divisive phrase. In this episode Dylan connects two strangers who open up to each other about their respective feelings about the holiday season.Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Rob Wilson (logo designer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Listener Call: Nick

Listener Call: Nick

2018-12-1000:33:184

Dylan speaks with Nick, a listener of the podcast who had a very personal connection to one of the episodes.Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Rob Wilson (logo designer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Listener Call: Jamie

Listener Call: Jamie

2018-11-2600:34:312

Dylan speaks to a listener about their family dynamics.Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Rob Wilson (logo designer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
Listener Call: Kaleb

Listener Call: Kaleb

2018-11-1200:36:321

Dylan answers listener questions from a man named Kaleb.Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form at conversationswithpeoplewhohateme.comConversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Rob Wilson (logo designer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
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Comments (27)

Moonmoon

feel bad for this blokes wife, imagine marrying someone with similar views as you and then being stuck with them as they become a completely different person

Jul 17th
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Nicolle Arguelho

this guest has a beautiful voice!

Jun 5th
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Andi-Roo Libecap

I absolutely love and endorse the idea of using a spouse or partner or other trusted loved one to edit one's social media comments. I'm very emotional and thus prone to outbursts, which I sometimes later regret, so I almost always ask my husband if what I'm writing is too passive-aggressive / aggressive-aggressive / hurtful / ignorant / etc. before posting... particularly if I'm in the throes of passionate anger or depression. The best way to trust myself to be the best version of me is to be aware of when it's not safe to trust myself to be the best version of me. Sounds like an oxymoron but that sums up my personality so I'm good with it.

Jun 4th
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Stephanie Dickerson

Acts 10:9-16 for an explanation of the shellfish bit

Apr 25th
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Andi-Roo Libecap

You are doing something amazing here. Mad respect, my friend. Thank you for doing this and for sharing it. I have a little more faith in humanity now, thanks to you. xoxox

Apr 7th
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alloflove

I feel so bad for Lindsay having to have an entire conversation of "you don't exist" without even really getting to speak for themself.

Mar 29th
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Andrew Williamson

but like i said before I REALLY DISAGREE WITH U lol

Feb 18th
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Andrew Williamson

This show is so deep, interesting, and helps me get the BIGEST most important range of prospective of people that I,,, we all need..

Feb 18th
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Andrew Williamson

You would make an Awsm cult lhh.. you are hilarious!!😂😂

Feb 18th
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Andrew Williamson

wow.. This show is actually really good.. Great really. i love the show.. I DONOT agree with u but its ok. I will alwayz love u and all humans.. Keep up the good work!

Feb 18th
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Travis Jones

Dylan is an amazing & thoughtful & supportive moderator. I could have listened to 10 hours of this conversation. These conversations deserve the time. This is a true bright corner of the internet. Not in a maudlin or taxing way. This isn't homework, even as it's potentially a learning experience. It's fun & jovial & empathetic, & it goes by quickly.

Jan 31st
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alloflove

As a survivor who's also been disbelieved about what happened, and someone who considered Emma a personal hero the moment I heard of their story, I feel really bad for themhaving to speak with someone who empathizes more with their rapist than with them. I could never imagine myself being able to have a conversation like this, they're incredibly strong and I really admire them.

Dec 13th
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jennifer nichols

This episode is so much yes!

Nov 28th
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Rob Wuthenow

Ian sounds like a showoff who hides behind his keyboard and uses put-downs in place of talent.

Oct 9th
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Christy Peace

this is my favorite episode so far:)

Oct 3rd
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Thurman

Wow

Sep 11th
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Becca Hall

omg the end made me so happy!!!!!!!!

Aug 1st
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Kainestri

i don't think you're ever going to read this, but Alvaro, the usage of the x is also widespread in Spain so it's not an anglocolonisation of spanish, it's just a linguistic movement for the equality of the genders. Also, there's this new movement lately where we're trying to drop the x and instead write "e" (as in Latine) because voice readers for blind folks can't read words with x next to other consonants

Jul 26th
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Kainestri

i don't think you're ever going to read this, but Alvaro, the usage of the x is also widespread in Spain so it's not an anglocolonisation of spanish, it's just a linguistic movement for the equality of the genders. Also, there's this new movement lately where we're trying to drop the x and instead write "e" (as in Latine) because voice readers for blind folks can't read words with x next to other consonants

Jul 26th
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Laurel Williams

Bigot scum was the first episode that was truly difficult to listen to. Andrew seems to exist in such a bubble and unwilling/ unable to see differing points of view. He's even oblivious to the experiences of the women in his life. At the end he still remains unmoved. This would have been such a frustrating conversation for me to participate in. I was frustrated just listening. Kudos to you and Marsha!

Jul 18th
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