Goldilocks: the original Dirty Britch. In this minisode, we dive into why the stories we tell ourselves and our kids matter and why we need to be better at taking a critical lens to the values they impart—implicitly or explicitly. They stick in the subconscious part of your brain, and the next thing you know, you're grabbing someone's breast when you come out of anesthesia. (Just listen to the minisode, it all comes together.) Shout outs to Luvvie Ajayi Jones' "Goldilocks Was Criming While White" and to three-year-old Thea for her retelling that ends with Goldilocks dead. Oh, and Dr.Seuss was racist. Thanks to Katie Ishizuka and Ramón Stephens for their research on that... we'll get into it more soon. And Megyn Kelly has no imagination... or understanding of race. Tangents!