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  • the university of missouri has a very bizarre class off right now it's been

  • topics stephanie angle stein and the name of it is sibling incest in theory

  • and literature

  • so we're learning about this mostly because of the efforts of some

  • conservative college sites

  • but this is an example of the gap and i don't know yet

  • yeah

  • uh... everyone antigenic

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  • well it's not like that on its own markets evidence that they're not

  • covered the private

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  • tight-fitting like that

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  • daylight

  • other classes actually being offered three million of them and weekday

  • heretofore settings

  • u_n_ town

  • heads up before we tell you more about it we should say that she is an expert

  • on angle century book called sibling logic incest collective identity and the

  • subject

  • shockwaves any kind

  • objected to interrogate us to talk about

  • and often gets the consistory on the the rundown bowie alfredo

  • so others course description for the class you know i didn't know what

  • they're actually doing

  • this course will explore a number of theoretical in critical perspectives on

  • incest and sibling incest in particular

  • we'll also examine the deployment of erotic desire local and simply

  • as political economic and textual strategies

  • finally we will investigate the positioning of the incest taboo at the

  • border of nature in culture or sites on the humanities in the context of the

  • founding of disciplines and the policing of their boundaries

  • so that's a very

  • i guess thoughtful way describe affecting talking about siblings having

  • sex

  • but ameen

  • if you think about it like we have our particular perspective on it in america

  • i'm not a fan personally i don't have the sisters of the reply brothers but

  • not interested

  • obviously uh... but i think that they're not different times in different

  • countries they had different ways voting and think that it's a pretty widespread

  • taboo

  • likening it somewhat

  • naturally you don't consider that no maybe millions of years ago when people

  • lived in communities of fifteen people or something

  • that once in awhile do we really knows resisted

  • unheated repressed or something but now we don't really have to do that so what

  • do you think about this liking the with the criticism being that

  • it seems like if you're a conservative

  • that she's trying to encourage your saying it should be ok luke crises in

  • any way of promoting and i think she's just educating people about it

  • uh... and that like you said the conservatives are all up in arms they

  • even use the word gobbledygook

  • used to drive the car is a genuine anybody is that we really weren't nearly

  • fast dot not that funny so

  • we'll run

  • superman i mean we're not really political bad off l think of this

  • channel but but both you and i are liberal so here the conservative sites

  • but not being run by people who are even recently out of college and using words

  • like probably goin poppycock and stuff like that

  • i cannot have this protocol wrote

  • period from nineteen twelve hundred account the only thing i think the

  • impression rediculous that

  • knows but continues

  • myself if i out this is the humanities chorus and the airway

  • it's it almost seems a little bit like a four people are sore and so i have lots

  • of course but i think i want to parse

  • you know it's happening on different issues the literature focus

  • writing this as something that we've seen crop up in lectures specifically

  • eighteen the nineteenth-century literature and so

  • i think she's really does educating people about the topic and these

  • it is interesting and just because i mean there's all sorts of of topics in

  • the world

  • that some people the list i had some people he was bad and in this case i

  • think now the majority of people

  • now that that's

  • unit that has a pretty big capital is not insist the gross actor and forum the

  • reproductive factors of that

  • uh... yells at you the first time than you realize that something like that

  • but i mean i still think that that doesn't mean it's not worth learning

  • about the exact many what's your take yet well i i i think that if

  • the class should exist if enough people sign up for it and if people are

  • interested in taking it done and it won't actually happened and i think that

  • yellow the free market of college to decide

  • but i do think that the conservative reaction to the fact they're trying to

  • push this is like how my time ago packaging is doing corroborate

  • uh... i think that's interesting because the really shows what they think about

  • problems of a dare not naturally aulac curious

  • they don't actually want to know about things that they don't already know

  • anything about yet and i can just reject everything and you know what i wanted my

  • created that presuppose philosophy about life and have that that that's not

  • happening two different blossoms on them

  • and we've also if that was two very important things in this video which is

  • that all conservatives are either

  • i'm not that agreed not that or an old grace makes me think

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