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On this week’s Gabfest, Invisibilia co-host Hanna Rosin joins Slate features editor Jessica Winter and Slate staff writer Christina Cauterucci to discuss the Stanford rape case. They also talk about Judith Shulevitz’s piece in the New York Times on “caregiverism,” and playing the gender card in the election.
Slate Plus: Is Instagram sexist?
Other items discussed in the show:
- The Stanford victim’s statement
- “New York: Sentimental Journeys,” by Joan Didion
- “Call and Response,” by Christina Cauterucci
- The statement from Brock Turner’s father
- “What’s Wrong With the Brock Turner Sentence,” by Christina Cauterucci
- “How to Fix Feminism,” by Judith Shulevitz
- “Feminism Has Conquered the Culture. Now Comes the Hard Part,” by Rebecca Traister and Judith Shulevitz
- “The Work That Makes Work Possible,” by Anne-Marie Slaughter
- Hillary Clinton’s speech after winning the Democratic nomination.
Jessica recommends Little Labors by Rivka Galchen.
Christina recommends Tegan and Sara’s new album, Love You to Death.
This podcast was produced by Ann Heppermann. Our intern is Daniel Schroeder.
Outro Song: “U-Turn” by Tegan and Sara