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Bitch Popaganda: Miss Representin' Edition

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Welcome back to another episode of Bitch Popaganda! Tune in as we review Miss Representation and discuss the sixth season of Dexter.

Transcript available in .doc format here!

Bitch faves:

Brian's Occupy Wall Street reading list:

And just in time for Halloween, Kelsey suggests you pick up a copy of Rebecca Wolff's The Beginners. Read Lindsay Baltus' excellent review here.

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Thanks! I'm curious to check

Thanks! I'm curious to check out the Miss Representation movie (admittedly based on a lot of the big names you mentioned).

Agreed on nearly all points about Dexter. I'll probably keep watching as long as they keep putting it out though, because it's still better than most crime shows.

I watched Miss Representation

I watched Miss Representation and I thought it was quite insightful and eye-opening! I think that this podcast was a little too critical of the film. I would have liked to have seen more support from Bitch Magazine and I think you could have focused more on the positive aspects and possible outcomes of this film.