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"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

The Longest Shortest Time

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

"We're back with our panelists Janet Manley. Rachel's cooker, Harris, I'm curious about what you guys are thinking about in terms of where family related Bedia, storytelling is going. What's missing? Are. We excited about its future. I mean, I think we're seeing I mean not that these haven't existed before. But I think we're seeing more examples of media that imagines family not being in the traditional sense, something like pose, which is a brilliant show that premiered earlier the summer. It was a Ryan Murphy production and Ryan Murphy can kind of be hit or miss in this case, it's very much a hit stars of wonderful cast of actress who a lot of them are actually trans and it's set in the eighties. And it's all about the black and Brown creator ballroom, dancing, and it's all about them creating these families because they've been ostracized. Kicked out because of who they are. And so seeing those types of families being depicted in film and TV I think is is very important. And I think is where that is going, and where we're we're seeing that stories like that kind of mother by room on along came out this year, you know, and I think a book like that created a way to look at what are the mechanisms by which we give our kids. He's as our values or our psyche. I guess this has been happening for very long time. But I think that the awareness and kind of widespread consumption of these ideas is at an all time high right now. Yeah, I think things in some ways are getting better. And certainly there's much more representation. Although I don't know has anyone ever talk about menopause is anyone ever really wanna talk about like female sexuality in their forties. You don't see that? There's still many many taboo areas. Like, nobody wants to talk about the pressure to not be. Honest about women's bodies and women's stories affects men as well in highly detrimental ways, but on the spectrum of stories about mothers from Carol Brady up two salmon better things, you know, like I feel like we are seeing more complicated richness here that might feel more true to your experience. I think there's a lot of people walking to create more space for any number of experiences. I think that's been very true in children's lit. You know, especially why has had a very big push. What diversity? Yeah. And there is even ladybird which I think did a really good job of showing another sort of mother daughter dynamic and also we did a little bit. The idea of not having being able to provide as much fear child financially. Like, I think we're seeing more shades of that. I just came to mind that moment in boyhood where the sun is leaving for college, and the mom, she's just sitting there crying and things isn't really what I thought my life was going to. Be like I mean, that's kind of portrait of me pretty much every day. We wanna hear from you. What are you reading? And watching that's about family. Tell us in the comments for this episode. That's number one seventy eight and guys Rachel, Janet. And I they brought him so many recommendations that we actually can fit everything into the show. You can find them all on our website. Thank you guys so much for coming in today. This is so fun. Thank you. Thank you into. This upset was pretty by knee. Andrea Silenzi with Jackie Sajid, go. Our show's creator and executive producer is Hillary Frank. Our engineers our peak carom and Jared O'Connell our music is performed by hot mom stack of editorial support from Peter clowney Antonia catoon date in Rebolledo Rica, Murthy and duly away next time on the longest shortest time. I had to target perking lot with writer Kim Brooks. Let's see I see I see a mom with a little kid. She hasn't by the hand. But he's not completely cooperating is an parking lot a lot like this one just a few years ago breath, Kim made a parenting toys, the got arrested, you won't want to miss this episode subscribe to the longest shortest time on Stitcher or wherever you're listening right now. And as always here at the longest shortest time. We wanna hear nor stories just go to.

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"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

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"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

The Longest Shortest Time

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"janet manley" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

"We're going to be sharing our for things that have been out for at least a year. I we have poet Marist Rachel's looker poetry and television to me seem to be entering a golden age that feels really exciting Rachel three boys. And if Rachel son's familiar is because she was on episode one fifty nine talking about our complicated relationship with their mom, NextWave Janet Manley. A senior features editor at romper and mother of two little kids. I was like a very cool and collected individual before I had children. And since I've had kids think that suffered me a little a little bit more flexible by metal. And lastly, we have a Harris and assistant TV editor for the New York Times. Fun. Fact, I should I used to work together at slate. And we recorded our podcast next to each other and memorably I once had to run into the hallway to beg her and her podcast guests. A quiet down and guest turned out to be actress, Pamela Adlon, she brought me pickles from juniors or a pickle from juniors cameras show better things there are two seasons of it. Available from facs, and it's I I pick Pamela Adlon play Sam FOX who like Pamela in real life is an actor with three daughters. No that might change you good. Wow. The show has covered getting your period wanting to like date boys, or like wanting to have a party without her mom there, which is like I totally have been there. But I think my favorite episode comes from this season where Sam gets upset because her children don't seem to appreciate the work that she does there like watching TV. Yeah. Channel. It's whatever mon-. Okay. I don't care. Forget it. True when you're dead, though, watch all of your stuff, and they'll be amazed at what you've done beautiful things at your funeral about other. We're always inspired by your career and SAM's like I don't want to have to wait until I'm dead for you to shake me. I want it. Now, the kids and to have SAM's friends have created a photo funeral for her. Yeah. Like right in the middle of the living room. And also Duke because Duke is the baby. Survive in daughters. And max actually what she says about her mother is really really touching. I never watched. My mom's shows. I never saw any of her work. And I don't really care about what she did. Because she's. And I was jealous that people knew her before I did. And I never wanted to share. Not even with my sisters. He's I remember when it was just me and her even when my dad was there. It was just me and her. And I know that was her for her, but I loved. So I like that she's female on TV. She's my mother if you watch no other episode of this show like watch that one absolutely my friend, Aaron who watches the show. Both of us were like, where's mine funeral? Getting my funeral. I need this funeral. I mean, we were both hysterical. That is kind of the fantasy that you've got to have it both ways died and see what you meant to your kids. But also stick around for as long as you can. The first thing you do. And you have a child is think about dying immediately. And wondering, you know, what you're gonna leave your child as a conversation. I've had with mothers and with office a lot. The other thing about the show that I really love is her mother. Yes. Her mother, Phil who is this like older, British lady who's very prickly and is also dying but shouldn't conveniently lives across TV's in. Yes, it happens listened. She naked at one point which is something that, of course, like my mother would often take off her clothes in public. And so I was just like what is happening. You know? I think that having a difficult mother and having to parent with a difficult mother and being caught in between your responsibility to your parents and to your children and seeing some of yourself in your children in your parents, it to me the idea that she lives right across the street is so horrific. Just like sorry. But at the at the same time, it's also really helpful. And that to me seems very consistent with many many of my middle middle-age friends lives. I also really it's a small thing. But the way that she loves Duke, Duke the youngest. Yes. And you get these glimpses of the fact that Duke is like a bitch Q Thurday. There. Foreman up they houses or a hotel up, Regina..

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