The insatiable need to force apologies for wrongthink, and the pointlessness of ever thinking that you’ll be forgiven.
In the latest Reprobate Podcast, we discuss the politics of social justice and the shifting tides of acceptable speech, free speech, book burning and the politics of lockdown.
The depressing rise of public shaming by the opportunistly outraged.
Exploring the intersection between the sincere protest of social justice and the attention-hungry needs of social media.
The key study of revolution and rebellion from 1968, the year of unrest.
The UK sex festival issues an open call for socially conscious lockdown erotica.
The strange story of how a Satanic Panic conspiracy theory about the lauded artist has re-emerged in the wake of a Microsoft promotional film.
The UK courts decide that people should not be visited by the police for expressing unpopular, but legal, opinions.
It’s time for lazy journalists and politicians to look beyond a quick Twitter search when trying to gauge public opinion.
Ricky Gervais took aim at celebrity hypocrisy and arrogance at the Golden Globes, and it was delicious.
How the shifting tides of acceptable language have transformed a plea for racial harmony into a racist tract.
The comedy legends scrape the barrel of their archives, and become socially conscious in the process.