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Backtalk: Turn off the Gaslight

Backtalk: Turn off the Gaslight

Update: 2018-07-12
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This week, Dahlia and Amy got to thinking more about the ubiquity of gaslighting after seeing a Twitter thread by writer Carmen Maria Machado and the case against Junot Diaz. The term originates from an eponymous play and film about a husband who gaslights his wife into thinking she’s going mad and is now commonly used to describe making another person feel as if their own thoughts and memories are untrue and inaccurate. This episode explores how gaslighting operates on a larger scale when organizations and institutions use it to make us doubt our own feelings. Plus, an Amy vs. Dahlia worth getting animated about—vote by texting "Disney" to 503-855-6485!

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Backtalk: Turn off the Gaslight

Backtalk: Turn off the Gaslight