The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process is over but we are just getting started. We talk about why calls for civility in the wake of injustice are often calls to silence underrepresented voices. We discuss the fact that so many white women were galvanized to support the Kavanaugh nomination, and why that points to the need for more women leaders in religious spaces.
And we feed our rage with some family-size bags of Peanut M&Ms.
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Discussed This Week:
[The Waves](http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/doublex_gabfest/2018/10/the_hosts_of_the_waves_discuss_male_entitlement_female_rage_and_what_comes.html) podcast, "The Rage at Brett Edition"
[Good and Mad](https://www.politics-prose.com/book/9781501181795): The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger (Rebecca Traister, Simon & Schuster)
[Flight of the Conchords](https://www.hbo.com/specials/flight-of-the-conchords-live-in-london): Live in London
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