Gender, Kink and Margaritas
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Gender, Kink and Margaritas

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This episode originally went up in March of 2014! I recently had the inordinate pleasure of peer pressuring trans artist and author Rebecca Kling and Sexploratorium’s Education Director, Samantha Turnpike, into drinking margaritas in the middle of the afternoon. We talked about everything from the Vagina Fairy and letting … Continue reading

Do Condoms= Prostitution? Interview with Jessie Nicole
contraception / LGBT / Prostitution / Race / Sex in the news / sexuality education / Sexually Transmitted Infections / Transgender

Do Condoms= Prostitution? Interview with Jessie Nicole

Hey friends, it’s #TBT and time for a vintage episode. This one originally went up in March of 2013. Jessie Nicole, head of the Sex Workers Outreach Project-LA and one of our favorite regular guests on Sex with Timaree, joins us for another fascinating episode full of important information about the latest battles in the war … Continue reading

Tough Cookies: Sexuality and Feminism with a Lesbian Slant
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Tough Cookies: Sexuality and Feminism with a Lesbian Slant

Hey all, it’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast that originally went up in May of 2012. Since this episode, Melissa Fabello has built an empire online for body positivity and feminism. Check out her more recent work. Melissa Fabello was growing tired of the lesbian blog scene. From her vantage, a space that … Continue reading

The Polyamorists Next Door: Interview with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff
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The Polyamorists Next Door: Interview with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff

Hey friends, it’s #TBT so we’re featuring a classic episode that originally ran (you’ll note the super dated references immediately) in 2013. Polyamory  is like the band, fun.. Been around for, like, forever… but in 2013 they’re finally breaking through. Except, instead of doing a song with  Janelle Monáe, it’s having multiple simultaneous loving, sexual … Continue reading

Sins Invalid: What Bodies Are Allowed to be Sexual?
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Sins Invalid: What Bodies Are Allowed to be Sexual?

Hey kittens, it’s #ThrowbackThursday and time for a vintage episode of the podcast. This originally went up in March of 2012. To hear it told by a lot of society, being sexy and sexual requires a LOT. You need to be old enough but not too old, aroused but not too easily aroused, etc…..and, of … Continue reading

Transgender Day of Remembrance
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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today is Throwback Thursday and it is also the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. This column originally ran in 2013 and since then we have lost even more lives to transphobic violence.   For reasons that will never make sense to me, there are contingents of our society who are so filled with fear, hatred … Continue reading

Did You Hear About the Girl Who…. :Podcast with Dr. Elissa Henken Pt I
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Did You Hear About the Girl Who…. :Podcast with Dr. Elissa Henken Pt I

Hey kittens, it’s Throwback Thursday, so we’re checking out a vintage piece that originally ran in February of 2012. If you dig this episode, check out the second half here. Urban legends, rumors, gossip, jokes and folklore: they are part of our every day conversations and they shape the way we view almost everything. Have … Continue reading