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On this week’s Gabfest, Invisibilia co-host Hanna Rosin joins New York magazine editor Noreen Malone and Slate culture writer Aisha Harris to talk about the force of single women in today’s political landscape, teen girls and social media, and the Kesha–Dr. Luke court case.
Other items discussed in the show:
- “The Single American Woman,” by Rebecca Traister
- All the Single Ladies, by Rebecca Traister
- “All the Single Ladies,” by Kate Bolick
- “Review: ‘American Girls,’ on the Secret Online Lives of Teenagers,” by Michiko Kakutani
- “American Girls: How Social Media Is Disrupting the Lives of Teenagers,” by Nancy Jo Sales
- “Open Secrets,” by Amanda Hess
- “Status Update,” This American Life
- “Today’s Teens Are Better Than You and We Can Prove It,” by Sarah Kliff, Soo Oh, and Sarah Frostenson (Vox)
- “The Kesha–Dr. Luke Court Battle: A Comprehensive Guide,” by Jesse Dorris
- “ ‘She Was Proving Hard to Control’: Some Background on Kesha’s History With Dr. Luke,” by Jia Tolentino
- “The Doctor Is In,” by John Seabrook
Aisha recommends American Crime on ABC
Hanna recommends the podcast Short Cuts on the BBC
Noreen recommends watching this year’s Oscar-nominated shorts.
This podcast was produced by Ann Heppermann. Our intern is Shiva Bayat.
Outro song: “Single Ladies” by Beyoncé