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Fucking Cancelled is a podcast with three aims. First, we analyze and critique a phenomenon on the left that we call the nexus: a synthesis of identitarianism, social media, and cancel culture. Second, we offer emotional, spiritual, and ethical insights into the process of rejecting and exiting the nexus. Third, we move toward a different vision for the left grounded in solidarity, freedom, and responsibility. We are leftists who have spent many years inside the nexus. We have been too afrai ...
 
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Renata Coelho e Rogério Damasceno eram namorados apaixonados. Ela tinha 22 anos quando começaram a namorar e ele 26. Após 3 anos de namoro veio a decisão: quero estar com você e prometer te amar até que a morte nos separe. A morte separou-os poucas horas depois da promessa. O que aconteceu? Quais sinais estavam lá e que foram desconsiderados? O que…
 
Em 16 de março de 1984, na capital de Louisiana, a cidade de Baton Rouge nos Estados Unidos, um homem chamado Gray Plauché é preso em flagrante depois de disparar com uma arma dentro do aeroporto. Seu alvo era outro homem, seu amigo, assíduo frequentador de sua casa e professor de caratê de seu filho. O que o levou até essa situação? Venha ouvir es…
 
Em 13 de Novembro de 2015, Megan Hiat estava empacotando suas coisas quando seu namorado apareceu. Ela o estava abandonando e levando as filhas gêmeas de 5 meses de idade junto com ela. É um episódio que traz descrições de violência doméstica e pode ser gatilho para quem já vivenciou esse terror. Se você for sensível não ouça. Se você gostar desse …
 
In episode 12 we are joined by Jen Elizabeth, a harm reductionist and author out of Southern California. We discuss the principles of harm reduction, compassion as an antidote to shame, and the importance of respecting people's autonomy. We talk about meeting people where they're at, how sobriety and harm reduction approaches are placed in oppositi…
 
Entre os anos 2002 a 2006 uma série de assassinatos ocorreram na Cidade do México, capital daquele país. As vítimas e a forma como elas tinham sido assassinadas revelavam tratar-se de um mesmo assassino. As vítimas eram todas mulheres idosas, obesas e que viviam sozinhas e o modus operandi do assassino era a estrangulação usando objetos ou cordas o…
 
There’s a “twindemic” racing across the state of West Virginia: Covid-19 has collided with an outbreak of HIV and hepatitis C. If that’s not bad enough, West Virginia has the highest overdose death rate in the nation. The CDC recently called the HIV outbreak in Kanawha County, West Virginia the “most concerning” in the country. Make no mistake, thi…
 
No episódio de hoje vou contar a história de uma mente criminal que desafiou os especialistas Tudo começou quando a família de uma jovem recebeu um pedido de resgate de um suposto sequestrador. Ela trabalhava numa cafeteria em Anchorage no Alasca. Um homem usando máscaras de esquis se aproxima do balcão e pede um café. Ela prepara e quando vai entr…
 
In Episode 11, we sit down with Jah Grey, an award winning photographer from Toronto. We talk about Jah's photography: beautiful portraits of black men, that explore black masculinity through a lens that highlights vulnerability, complexity, and humanity. We also talk about cancel culture (especially within queer and trans spaces), abolitionism, an…
 
Neste episódio especial a análise do perfil não será do criminoso ou da vítima, mas dos investigadores. E dessa vez enfatizaremos os investigadores subaquáticos. Qual o perfil desse tipo de agente? Quais as consequências desse tipo de trabalho na mente dos agentes? Quão difícil é essa atividade? Ajude nosso podcast a crescer, avaliando-o e comparti…
 
It’s kinda weird hearing people say “weed is mainstream” now, when merely possessing the plant stuff can still earn you serious consequences in many parts of the world. But the growing popularity of cannabis is unmistakable. Marijuana is now a global, multi-billion dollar industry—well, to be fair, it always was, only now it’s all legitimate and ov…
 
In Episode 10, we're joined by our friend Poplar Rose, a witch, writer, and herbalist living in BC, to talk about recovery from the trauma of cancellation. Poplar shares her experiences with cancellation, the sources of strength she found after her world fell apart, and the hope she holds for the future and offers to others. SHOW NOTES Braiding Swe…
 
Em abril de 1981, a polícia de Nova York responde a uma ocorrência no estacionamento do Pier 92 sobre o Rio Hudson Ao chegarem se depararam com uma cena de execução. 3 homens tinham sido baleados na cabeça. Algumas testemunhas, que acionaram a polícia pelo 911 disseram que o assassino fugiu em uma Van branca e parecia que ele carregava uma mulher n…
 
Em fevereiro de 2013, o mundo todo soube de uma morte trágica, ocorrida dentro de uma casa em um condomínio de luxo em Johanesburgo na África do Sul. Os noticiários da época não ressaltaram as informações da vítima, mas colocaram em destaque outro personagem envolvido no crime, justamente pelo fato deste ser um atleta olímpico mundialmente conhecid…
 
Maybe it seems like an obvious question, but why is certain drug use illegal in the first place? Don’t you, as a human being, have some bodily autonomy and doesn’t that extend to alterations in the mind as well? What about the fundamental right to change your mind? On this episode of Narcotica, co-hosts Troy Farah, Chris Moraff and Zachary Siegel t…
 
Dr. Carl Hart has long been known as America’s preeminent drug scientist. If you listen to our show regularly, you’ve probably heard of him. He appeared briefly way back on Episode 6, talking about crack-cocaine. For the uninitiated, Dr. Hart is a neuroscientist at Columbia University, and he’s published well over 100 peer-reviewed, scientific pape…
 
In Episode 9, we offer a 101 on cancel culture: what is cancellation, how does cancellation work, and what are the different types of cancellation? We also explain why we call it a 'culture', and explain why we oppose it: it's cruel, it prevents the left from building power, and it moves us away from developing real solutions for addressing both co…
 
Neste episódio exploramos o caso de Elizabeth Smart que foi sequestrada aos 14 anos de idade. Mesmo tendo várias oportunidades de fuga a menina se manteve junto de seus sequestradores. Por este motivo, muito se especulou se a menina sofreu de síndrome de Estocolmo. A análise psicológica revela que foi muito mais um caso de força, amor pela vida e f…
 
No episódio de hoje vou apresentar o caso que deu origem ao termo Síndrome de Estocolmo. Você conhece esse termo? Síndrome de Estocolmo foi o diagnóstico dado pelo psicólogo Nils Bejerot que trabalhou como consultor para a polícia de Estocolmo em 1973, após avaliar o estado emocional dos reféns em um assalto a banco ocorrido na capital Suéca. É que…
 
Em 20 de março de 1995, uma segunda-feira. Muitas pessoas no metrô de Tóquio a caminho do trabalho. De repente, começa um alvoroço. Um odor insuportável enche o vagão do metro. Os passageiros parecem sufocar.. A mesma cena se passou em 5 linhas diferentes do metrô de Tokyo, no mesmo horário. 8h00 da manhã, quando a maioria dos cidadãos de Tokyo se …
 
Voce acredita em paranormalidade ou em possessão demoníaca? E o que a psicologia tem a dizer sobre isso? No episódio de hoje, você vai se questionar se essas histórias de terror são apenas lendas urbanas ou se a loira do banheiro está muito mais próxima do que você imaginava. E Vai refletir também sobre as consequências de um tratamento psiquiátric…
 
In Episode 8, we sit down with US-based media psychologist Dr. Christine Marie to discuss her research paper titled The Traumatic Impact of Media Humiliation, Misrepresentation and Victim-Shaming on Narrative Identity and Well-Being. We unpack the traumatic impact of media campaigns of humiliation and misrepresentation, including Dr. Marie's findin…
 
On this episode, we discuss how Mexico became a flashpoint of the war on drugs, broader trends in American foreign policy and drug policy, as well as the evolution of synthetic drugs as the main category of illicit narcotics. Our guest is Stewart Scott, a security analyst who for years penned one of the best annual assessments of Mexico’s evolving …
 
No caso de hoje vou contar a história de David Kroupa, Cari Farver e Liz Golyar. 3 vidas que buscavam por paixões, alguma maneira de amor que valesse a pena. Se cruzaram via internet e encontraram. Encontraram o amor? Não. Encontraram descrença, frustração, decepção, raiva, obsessão, medo e morte. É um caso que nos provoca a refletir sobre nossas c…
 
In Episode 7, we're joined by Aloiso Wilmoth, also known by his stage name He Valencia (and his IG handle @moma.ps5), a techno DJ, socialist, and cultural commentator from the United States. We talk about the mess that is woke Instagram, the rise of hardcore racial essentialism on the identitarian 'left', and the deep need for materialist politics.…
 
In Episode 6, we discuss different situations in which people hurt others and feel hurt by others, what distinguishes one type of such an experience from another, and what sorts of responses are appropriate. We unpack the terms ‘harm’ and ‘accountability’, often used in the Nexus but seldom defined, and tease apart some of the unstated assumptions …
 
Most people know salvia as the weird psychedelic drug at head shops that you try once, have a bizarre, uncomfortable experience and never touch it again. But there’s so much more to salvia divinorum, psychedelics and plant medicine in general. Narcotica co-host Troy Farah speaks with Dr. Ivan Casselman, from Vancouver, B.C., Canada, who has a Ph.D.…
 
In Episode 5, the second episode of cancel club, our true pal and father figure DJ Fraser joins us to talk 12 Steps. DJ is a professor, art historian, trans "elder", and unwavering snack daddy, and sits down with us to discuss emotional sobriety, 12 Step principles, and the place of trauma and shame in the Nexus. SHOW NOTES The Big Book of Alcoholi…
 
In Episode 4, we examine social media, a crucial component of the Nexus. We talk about our own relationships with social media and look at how it functions as an expression, and a tool, of neoliberal capitalism. We discuss how social media affects our bodies and our social behaviour, as well as its impact on the production of truth. Finally, we ask…
 
In Episode 3, our dear friend and comrade Tara McGowan-Ross -- poet, multidisciplinary artist, and all-around bad-ass -- joins us for Cancel Club. We talk all things cancel culture, spilling the dirt on times we've been cancelled, times our friends have been cancelled, and times we've cancelled others. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Ben…
 
In this episode, we reflect on the reception the pod has gotten so far. Then we discuss the recent Green Party of Canada leadership race, and examine in detail the eco-socialist platform of the runner-up, Dimitri Lascaris. Finally, we get into the cancellation of Stuart Parker, an academic, left-wing activist, and former leader of the BC Eco-Social…
 
Is there any class of people who receive more stigma, who get more shit and abuse for using drugs, than mothers? Probably not! For whatever reason, society really looks down upon mothers who use drugs. And too often, Child Protective Services use evidence of drug use, even prescribed drugs like methadone or buprenorphine, as a pretense for seizing …
 
Something that never gets said enough is that the drug war is racist. This is not an opinion any more than it is an opinion that the American Civil War was fought over slavery. Both were crafted by racists to serve racist agendas of controlling people based on their skin color. It is why it is more urgent than ever that we dismantle this system of …
 
You ever wonder what the hell pharmacists even do? To laypeople, pharmacists are the gatekeepers standing between us and our drugs. But they can be, and arguably, should be, much more than that. Even though just about everyone has experience with pharmacists, some good, some really bad, the profession is still a bit of a mystery. What’s going on be…
 
When Morgan Godvin was 24, she sold her best friend Justin a gram of heroin. This wasn’t out of the ordinary. Both of them often used together and hooking each other up was essentially seen as a favor, to keep one another from experiencing withdrawal sickness. But this one time proved to be fatal. Justin would later be found dead from an overdose, …
 
There are several health crises occurring around the U.S. and the world right now: overdose deaths, a pandemic, police brutality and violence… While these crises may all feel distinct one from one another, they are actually deeply entwined and can be understood through a lens of racial justice. Overdose deaths disparately impact people of color, as…
 
The last place you’d want to be dependent on drugs, besides the Philippines, North Korea or the United States, is probably Russia. To give just one example, the Motherland has long banned the use of medication-assisted treatment, such as buprenorphine or methadone, which has made recovery next to impossible for many users. Narcotica co-host Christo…
 
Pretty much everyone on the planet is being impacted by Covid-19 right now. Harm reduction services like syringe access programs or supervised consumption sites are no exception. But for some people, these services are not just their lifeline, they’re the only healthcare they receive, period. And when hospitals and doctor’s offices are already stre…
 
The covid-19 crisis has exposed many weak spots in our culture and the need for radical change. It has revealed which workers are really essential—hint: it’s not executives keeping this late-stage capitalist economy afloat—and that we need to pay these workers a living wage. It has revealed that yes, healthcare is a human right and that contributin…
 
Ketamine is one of the most versatile drugs on Earth, an amazing anesthetic that can relieve pain without the same risk of respiratory failure as opioids (nothing against them, of course.) Overwhelming evidence also suggests ketamine can rapidly reverse suicidal thoughts, making it a potent treatment for PTSD and treatment-resistant depression. Las…
 
In these uncertain times, Narcotica aims to not only give our listeners vital public health information, but also offer a sense of reassurance and community. If you’re following the social distancing guidelines, or working from home, life may feel a little extra lonely right now, and we aim to provide interviews and conversations to keep you compan…
 
In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention laid out guidelines for primary care doctors prescribing opioids to treat chronic pain. Essentially, these guidelines stated that opioids should not be the first line treatment for pain, and that other methods should be tried first. Which is perfectly sensible. But when it came to dosing and d…
 
Public officials have been yelling from the rooftops that there’s an opioid epidemic. Yes, an obscene number of people are dying from overdoses, many of which involve opioids. But they’re not quite right. Researchers who really get what’s going on describe what’s happening to the U.S. drug supply over the last few years as a mass poisoning. Were it…
 
It’s difficult to write about drugs without being steeped and schooled in the discourse. Cultural tropes and conventional wisdom dominates the space. Drugs are anthropomorphized as the enemy. People who use drugs are described as manipulative and selfish, unless, of course, they’re “clean.” Often there is little empirical research cited and the sam…
 
An opioid overdose can be a terrifying experience. When too much of a drug like heroin or fentanyl floods the brain, it can cause your breathing to stop. Sometimes you wake up, sometimes you don’t. But there’s a miraculous drug called naloxone or brand name Narcan that can reverse an opioid overdose and save your life. Today’s guest is Ryan Marino,…
 
Magic mushrooms are having a bit of a moment. Some scientists are bending over backgrounds investing in psilocybin research, which is getting huge accolades from the FDA, while a decriminalization movement is slowly sweeping the nation. At least two towns have made psilocybin arrests the cops’ lowest priority. But how do you prevent a mushroom trip…
 
President Richard Nixon ignited the War on Drugs in 1971 by declaring drugs “public enemy No. 1.” Over the ensuing decades, the U.S. has turned the Drug War into a vital feature of its vast empire, exporting a drug policy of militant enforcement and harsh criminalization in Mexico, Latin America, South America, and beyond. Exactly how this war play…
 
Aphrodisiacs are powerfully attractive for a reason. Sex is, after all, crucial to the survival of our species and it feels fucking amazing, so using chemicals that can make sex last longer, feel better or otherwise enhance the act is going to be like candy to a bunch of horny primates. But the term chemsex—using drugs, or chemical enhancement, to …
 
The single biggest driver of the overdose crisis today is not oxycodone or heroin: It’s fentanyl. Drug trends around the world are always in flux, and a wide-range of nebulous supply-and-demand factors are always in play. But according to “Fentanyl, Inc.,” a sprawling investigation into the global supply of illicit fentanyl by journalist Ben Westho…
 
Safehouse is safe, for now. On Wednesday Oct. 2, a federal judge in Philadelphia ruled that a supervised injection site proposed by the nonprofit Safehouse would not violate a provision of the Controlled Substances Act, known as the “Crack House” statute, authored by none other than Democratic presidential frontrunner, Joe Biden. On today’s episode…
 
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