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A two-time Peabody Award-winner, Radiolab is an investigation told through sounds and stories, and centered around one big idea. In the Radiolab world, information sounds like music and science and culture collide. Hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, the show is designed for listeners who demand skepticism, but appreciate wonder.
WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin.
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In the No Part 2
In the year since accusations of sexual assault were first brought against Harvey Weinstein, our news has been flooded with stories of sexual misconduct, indicting very visible figures in our public life. Most of these cases have involved unequivocal breaches of consent, some of which have been criminal. But what have also emerged are conversations surrounding more difficult situations to parse – ones that exist in a much grayer space. When we started our own reporting through this gray zone, we stumbled into a challenging conversation that we can’t stop thinking about. In this second episode of ‘In the No’, radio-maker Kaitlin Prest joins us for a conversation with Hanna Stotland, an educational consultant who specializes in crisis management. Her clients include students who have been expelled from school for sexual misconduct. In the aftermath, Hanna helps them reapply to school. While Hanna shares some of her more nuanced and confusing cases, we wrestle with questions of culpability, generational divides, and the utility of fear in changing our culture.Advisory: This episode contains some graphic language and descriptions of very sensitive sexual situations, including discussions of sexual assault, consent and accountability, which may be very difficult for people to listen to. Visit The National Sexual Assault Hotline at online.rainn.org for resources and support. This episode was reported with help from Becca Bressler and Shima Oliaee, and produced with help from Rachael Cusick. Special thanks to Ben Burke and Jackson Prince.Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 

In the No Part 2

2018-10-1900:39:0035

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Comments (271)

Adam Boarman

this is the worst episode of radiolab ever

Dec 10th
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Sherri Bowman

I'm going to make myself cum is that what you want

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

cum on why won't you let me put that delicious cock in my hot mouth I'm getting really wet

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

I can cum with you

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

do you want me to touch myself and suck your dick at the same time

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

what is your name

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

I want you to tongue fuck me

Dec 5th
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Sherri Bowman

do you want to put your hard cock in my hot wet pussy

Dec 5th
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Elias Sido

Horrible episode with a double standard narsacism

Dec 4th
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Nathaniel Hopf

He did absolutely nothing wrong

Dec 3rd
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Gareth Morgan

I don't like all the episodes nor do I always agree with what is said but overall I think this is a good podcast and have enjoyed listening to some of the episodes. As long as you can pick and choose, I think this is worth checking out.

Dec 3rd
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David Orozco

how is it anyone else fault you cant say "no" with your dumb fuck mouth?

Dec 3rd
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David Orozco

this is crazy blind to the male perspective it's kinda silly

Dec 3rd
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minombre esnada

David Orozco Agreed. I was really annoyed with part one of this series, where that chick took zero accountablity for her behavior and how it could have been misconstrued by her so-called friend. Her rage was ridiculous, she wasn't trying to understand the situation from his point-of-view at all.

Dec 3rd
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JENNIFER WANG

Sorry this was insufferable

Dec 1st
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Cy Greig

They were both responsible for what happened. Refusing to get it out in the open and discuss it after the fact ruined the friendship. Neither can fully blame the other for what happened. She could've pushed him off and stopped everything. She didn't do this knowing full well how this was causing him to respond. Taking initiative is a must even if you might not get everything you want. He kept pushing knowing she didn't want to have sex. He kept trying to cross that boundary after she said no. Knowing when to stop is essential as is actually stopping.

Dec 1st
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Paul Bradley

America is so over due for some progression! Our two party system is not efficient enough to represent a country of our diversity and affluency.

Nov 28th
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Joe Clark

Terrible episode. Should have been called, "All Men are Rapists: How to Change Your Mind After the Fact"

Nov 28th
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Sarah Smith

Great episode!

Nov 23rd
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Forest Schweitzer

Thank you for making this.

Nov 16th
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Rmuffin

A classy picture of a breastfeed baby would have been fine. Some pervert always has to take things too far and ruin something beautiful. If it was the norm in a 1st world society it wouldn't be an issue.

Nov 15th
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