Burlesque at Noir Con! Our 100th Episode!
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Burlesque at Noir Con! Our 100th Episode!

#TBT and time for a vintage episode. This first went up in February of 2013. For fans of the noir genre, NoirCon is an idyllic haven. Brainy, beguiling folks from both the consumer and production end of the world of dark, crime-filled books gather to discuss the stories they love. And this year there was … Continue reading

A List of Common Misconceptions
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A List of Common Misconceptions

What was the first thing you remember being told about sex that was just…. wrong? More than almost any subject, we get factually incorrect information about human sexuality. Maybe an adult mislead you, perhaps a peer misunderstood how things really work, it could have even been in a classroom. Part of the issue is that … Continue reading

Take a Trip to the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit
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Take a Trip to the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit

It’s time for #TBT and a vintage podcast- this one originally ran in November of 2014. I’ll be headed back to the Woodhull Summit this fall, presenting on the origins of SEXx and running a sex positive collective.  This year I had the opportunity to present a Sexercise workshop at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, an annual … Continue reading

Dealing with “Well Meaning” Slut-Shamers
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Dealing with “Well Meaning” Slut-Shamers

It’s Thursday and time for a #TBT vintage podcast. This one originally went up July 2014. The Christian mommy blogger who wrote “My Husband Doesn’t Need to See Your Boobs” was only the tip of the iceberg. Plenty of folks are aware that it’s inappropriate and mean to call someone a harlot directly, but it … Continue reading