Megan Crees

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So much is happening in the world,

People debate and argue for us,

They speak on our behalf,

So why do we let this happen?

We are here to change this,

This is the new way to debate

This is Blah Blah Blah

We are a safe place

An open conversation,

A respectful debate.

This is not just a website,

This is a new way to expand your mind

With honest comment sections,

and built-in rating systems,

We allow you to not only question

But understand the logic.

We start each topic with a summary video to understand both sides,

You then scroll down to the debate section

This is a safe place where you can have these honest open conversations.

As well as our curated website, we also produce varied and informative range of podcast

with the some of the best individuals in their respective field,

talking and explaining both the positive and negatives views on the subject matter.

If you want to expand past a screen we have our custom debate form.

This has been created to allow for these conversations to happen at home.

These types of conversations can be hard to have face to face,

So we have created an activity pack which allows for this to be easier.

To allow you to sit with the people around you

and understand each other better.

We want to allow people to learn and expand their views,

So where do you stand?

Blah Blah Blah

This is a project that was sparked from a conversation about shooting with James Crewdson. We looked at how controversial it can be and how talking about these types of topics can be hard without people taking it personally. From this we explored how we can understand more about how people can think, coming up with the concept of Blah Blah Blah. This is a debate platform that aims to widen how people communicate and view the world. We create a website, podcast, and a workbook with supporting videos that allow people to explore both sides of an argument before having these conversations to they can get a better understanding of where the other person is coming from allowing for more openness and honesty.