We’re back from our summer break and ready to dig into a meaty topic as we launch season two of The Raisin at the Hot Dog’s End. We’re talking -isms. Lydia and Jonas have lived in the American South, New England and Iceland, and if there is one thing we know for sure it’s that where there be humans, there be isms and phobias. No place on earth, where humans live, is Mary Poppins level perfect, that is, practically perfect in every way, for those of you who somehow missed the motion picture starring the ever fabulous Julie Andrews (looking right at you, Jonas). We’re members of three of the top five traditionally marginalized groups (totally just made up the top five thing but it’s probably true, Google it), The Blacks, The Women Folk and The Gays and at times, that leads to having not so great experiences--even here in Iceland.
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