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The Complex Story of Being Trans in Africa, and Derek DelGaudio on Deception

The Complex Story of Being Trans in Africa, and Derek DelGaudio on Deception

Update: 2021-03-302
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Our producer talks with the South African scholar Dr. B Camminga, whose essay “Disregard and Danger” deconstructs the viewpoints of so-called TERFs—trans-exclusionary radical feminists—through an African-feminist lens. And we speak with Derek DelGaudio, whose magic special on Hulu is “In & Of Itself.” DelGaudio says that he’s never liked tricking people, and he credits his brief stint as a “bust-out dealer”—a professional card dealer who cheats the players on behalf of the house—with changing his perspective on the power of deception. DelGaudio compares the claims of a rigged election that preceded the actual election to his work as a crooked dealer: he made his legitimate deals look shady in order to camouflage the bad ones.

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ncooty

So much BS, poor logic, and disingenuous misrepresentation in this interview that I can't stand to listen to more of it. 10 mins was my limit.

Apr 1st
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The Complex Story of Being Trans in Africa, and Derek DelGaudio on Deception

The Complex Story of Being Trans in Africa, and Derek DelGaudio on Deception

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