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Discussion: Adolescence and Star Wars

Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) with special guests: Amber Koch (http://bensolodefensesquad.tumblr.com) and
Lisa Renee (@diazepampoovey). 

Today we will be talking about Adolescence and Star Wars, how it affected us as we grew up and the impact of Star Wars over the next upcoming generation. Tough Topics: depression, family disappointment, and Kylo Ren.

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