Now we're talking! We got a bunch of listener responses to the Sex in YA minisode, homework updates and a deep discussion of Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Eliza Hittman's 2020 feature about two girls seeking an abortion in New York City.
Now we're talking!
After a provocative minisode, listeners reached out to share their thoughts and stories on Sex in YA. Clearly it's a topic that resonated because we got a wide variety of fascinating insights!
In homework: Brenna highlights Julie Murphy's Faith: Taking Flight (due in July) while Joe circles back to Catherine Linka's What I Want You To See , which he mentioned in the Feb YA Forecast.
Finally, we dive into the beautiful artistry of Eliza Hittman's third feature film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, which is essential viewing - provided you're in the right frame of mind. Viewer advisory: this isn't an easy, casual watch, so be kind to yourselves!
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