86 – Depicting Microaggressions

The Mythcreant Podcast

To depict microaggressions is to take on one of the most persistent problems of our society. With recurring guest host Dash joining in for a third time, it’s time to talk about that low level harassment that so many people commit without ever realizing it. How do you put microaggressions in your story? Should you put microaggressions in your story? Are there any social justice lessons Zootopia can’t teach us? Listen to find out!

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Opening and closing theme: The Princess Who Saved Herself by Jonathan Coulton. Used with permission.

Show Notes:


As Oren says, microtransactions have a lot in common with microaggressions in that 1) they are ubiquitous, 2) people don’t notice them, and 3) people will get mad at you for bringing them up.

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