In this episode, Ezechiel and Andy discuss beauty in online media and whether it is discriminatory to prefer beautiful actors and presenters in video material.
In this episode, Ezechiel and Andy discuss beauty in online media and whether it is discriminatory to prefer beautiful actors and presenters in video material. Are we doing something morally bad when we watch Youtubers we find attractive? Should attractiveness have no influence on our viewing habits? Or are we free to watch whom we like? Listen to find out!
Please note that this episode begins with a different topic, “online prostitution,” but we get stuck on the beauty topic before we ever get to prostitution. So the online sex topic is postponed to next time and don’t get confused when I mention it in the beginning :)
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