Episode 3.1 JURASSIC PARK!

Important update I dyed my hair brown

Welcome back! I missed you! I think you’re great! I think this podcast is great! And in keeping with the sheer exhilaration I am experiencing at the beginning of season 3, I’m going to tell you about a movie that holds a very special place in my heart. In fact, it was deeply formative in my thinking about feminism. That’s right, it’s obviously Jurassic Park. Want to read more hot takes on this 25-year-old movie? HERE YOU GO:

 

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Secret Feminist Agenda is recorded and produced by Hannah McGregor on the traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

5 thoughts on “Episode 3.1 JURASSIC PARK!

  1. You dyed your hair brown (which is fab). You also appear to have replaced your right eye with a glowing green crystal. 🙂 Love it!!

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  2. You requested that any Chicago-based listeners let you know if they would be interested in a Chicago meet-up in early January. I am not a Chicago-based listener, but it is possible, depending on what day of the week and when in January you’re talking about, that I could go to Chicago and pretend to be one, which I would totally do! (If you’d like to also come to Massachusetts and do a meet-up here, that would be cool too.)

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  3. A friend who loves the podcast (and helped me plan my wedding, which included walking down the isle to the Jurassic Park theme and our ring bearer wearing a big T-Rex head) told me I would love this, and she was 100% correct.
    I’d also like to note that, when the Park comes back online, it’s not one of the adult men who fixes things, but a pre-teen vegetarian girl (who doesn’t know the sad knows about where jello comes from yet). Tim stands around behind her while she reboots the Park’s systems, no matter how many times I yelled atthe screen for him to hand the gun to Ellie. Tech has only gotten more hostile for people like me, but for a long time, Lex made me feel like I could have space in early video game culture, when it had only been something I quietly observed before (except for the times I beat the pants off my brother in Street Fighter).

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