Feb 19, 2018
In our first episode of this new season, Kyle and Daniel introduce the themes we hope to explore throughout the upcoming episodes. As we set the stage for discussing sexuality, we talk about our different experiences of family growing up. Is raising a family a selfless or selfish act? How has the expectation of having a family changed in our generation? Why do we hope to have our own families some day?
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At the beginning of the episode, we heard from Rabbi Seth Goldstein, Nick Taniguchi, Tyler May, Wesley Hill, Fraser Tripp, and Barry Danylak. Our full length interviews with these and other guests will be released as episodes towards the end of this season.
Kyle mentioned our episode on legacy from the previous season. This episode was titled “Dance, Dance Otherwise We Are Lost” and can be found here.
Assumptions is written and produced by Daniel Melvill Jones and Kyle Marshall.
This episode edited by Kyle Marshall.
Our soundtrack comes from The Parson Red Heads, whose new acclaimed album, Blurred Harmony, is available everywhere.
Podcast artwork designed by Chris Taniguchi.
Photography by Josh Boak
Assumptions is available wherever podcasts are found, including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Soundcloud, Spotify, and iHeart Radio.