Things I Liked In 2018

 

 

There was so much going on in 2018 that I leaned on journalism, podcasts, and art more than usual to challenge, clarify, and enrich my understanding (and for comic relief too). I listed the most memorable of those things below, and I’d love to hear about your favorite things to read, listen to, and watch this year in the comments or on Twitter.

To read

Amber Wyatt Told Her Story Of Rape. This Is How The World Responded. by Elizabeth Bruenig

The Best Way To Save People From Suicide by Jason Cherkis

My Own Devices by Dessa

Finding David Sedaris by Katie Herzog

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong by Michael Hobbes

Here’s How Cornell Scientist Brian Wansink Turned Shoddy Data Into Viral Studies About How We Eat by Stephanie Lee

Protest Isn’t Civil by Vann Newkirk II

100 Million Americans Have Chronic Pain. Very Few Use One Of The Best Tools To Treat It by Brian Resnick

There Is Only One Trump Scandal by Adam Serwer

When Children Say They’re Trans by Jesse Singal

When The Muzzle Comes Off by Rebecca Traister

To listen to

1A: The Persistence of Segregated Schools

The Black Goat: The Year 2018 In Review

Circle Of Willis: Children At The Border

Everything Hertz: Shit Academics Say With Nathan Hall

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers: Bought To Rot

Unerased: Dr. Davison And The Gay Cure

A Star Is Born Soundtrack

Tatter: Mission Creep (On Carrying Implicit Bias Too Far)

Two Psychologists, Four Beers: The Replication Crisis Gets Personal

To watch

Bad Times At The El Royale (and the soundtrack is fantastic too!)

Black Panther

Blockers

ContraPoints

Crazy Rich Asians

Culturally Determined: Life With Depression

NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert: Wu-Tang Clan

Queer Eye

Wynonna Earp

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