Truth Tastes Funny with Hersh Rephun
Truth Tastes Funny with Hersh Rephun
How do we stay sane, survive, and thrive in today’s world? On the Truth Tastes Funny podcast, writer/comedian Hersh Rephun explores the absurdity of life’s challenges, while engaging with experts who’ve dedicated themselves to finding serious solutions.
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Sean Bw Parker on Love's Role in Society and the Dangers of Binary Thinking

S5 E84 • Apr 30, 2024 • 36 mins

Hersh Rephun chats with British artist, author, and activist Sean Bw Parker. They delve into Sean's personal journey, his justice reform work, and his critique of online culture. They explore love's role in conflict resolution, the dangers of binary thinking, and the importance of nuanced understanding. Conversations on trans rights, compelled speech, societal norms, and ageism also take center stage. The episode concludes with Sean's message to younger generations.

Sean has been published by the Westminster Commission, T.S. Eliot Foundation, Time Out Istanbul, Louder Than War, and appeared at the Brighton Science Festival, the University of Bristol, BIMM and others. He has interviewed Julie Burchill, Ed Harcourt, Kristin Hersh, Ian Broudie of The Lightning Seeds and Sarah Blackwood of Dubstar, hosted shows by The Members, Mark Morriss of The Bluetones and Eat Static at his Seafish music and arts venue in 2016, and was interviewed for a Sky Arts documentary in the same year. He curated the Chi-Signs, Blakefest and Wildefest mini-festivals between 2015 and 2017, and has been involved with numerous other exhibitions and live events.

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