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To the liberal among us, support for Donald Trump may feel inexplicable, but the frustrations he’s accentuated won’t quiet down anytime soon.
The problems with idealizing women, the need for diversity in cyber security, and the Cubs win the World Series. Molly and Gideon watch Cubs photo: Margot Hanley
Continuing thoughts on the Trump tapes and the debate, Jeff Sessions and other Republicans say grabbing a woman's genitals isn't sexual assault, and listener mail.  
Frontline's Martin Smith joins us to discuss his new documentary Confronting ISIS, and thoughts on the second presidential debate.  
Looking at the first presidential debate through the lens of gender, race, and foreign policy.  
The quickest and easiest way to shut down a woman’s sexual interests and kinks, as well as any opinions she might express, is to declare her hysterical and possessing of “daddy issues.”
Turkey's military crosses over into Syria, bad people hack Leslie Jones, and listener mail.  
A hundred nude women gathered in front of the RNC to protest sexist rhetoric and policy of the Republican party. Though this project made headlines, nude protests are nothing new.
Black Lives Matter activists stage an action at City Hall in New York, the United States begins a new bombing campaign in Libya, and Trump claims the election will be “rigged” in November. Photo credit: John Knefel
We explore a study that demonstrates believing in innate sexual differences is a predictor of sexist attitudes, whether hostile or benevolent.
The New York Times' Walt Bogdanich joins us to discuss a new Frontline documentary on fantasy sports, Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright shame young women who support Bernie Sanders, and listener mail.