Sex Robots. Yes, Sex Robots.
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Sex Robots. Yes, Sex Robots.

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage episode. Given the talk lately about incels and “redistribution of sex” and other such nonsense, it seems an especially apt time for this one, which originally went up in August of 2012.  When I talked to Dr. Michelle Mars about sex robots, one of my many questions (boy, … Continue reading

“But MOM! Do I HAVE to clean my sex toys?”
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“But MOM! Do I HAVE to clean my sex toys?”

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This one originally went up in August of 2012.  A reader question about proper Fleshlight maintenance prompts a whole explanation about sex toy materials, cleaning and storage. Whether you’ve amassed a treasure trove of toys or are still wondering what a Fleshlight is, this week’s podcast will … Continue reading

Karen BK Chan on Improvisational Sex
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Karen BK Chan on Improvisational Sex

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This interview is a personal favorite and the work of Karen BK Chan continues to be something I reference regularly. This episode originally aired in July of 2014. Enjoy! When I came across Karen BK Chan‘s stunning video Jam, my life was forever changed for the better … 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

Skin Hunger, Condoms and the Life in the Dorms
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Skin Hunger, Condoms and the Life in the Dorms

Happy Throwback Thursday, y’all. For #TBT we’re checking out a podcast that originally went up in November of 2012. There are a few jobs where people work the sexual front lines and can really make a difference in the sexual behavior of others. Gynecologists, HIV testers, and relationship counselors may come to mind. But an … Continue reading

Can You Be Honest About Your Sexual History?
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Can You Be Honest About Your Sexual History?

Hey friends, it’s Throwback Thursday and we’re checking out an episode of the podcast from February, 2014.  I answer a question about the ethics of honest sexual history discussions, and what is required for informed consent. Do you have to tell your partner about every little thing? Should they have to ask directly? Does it … Continue reading

Pulling Out All The Stops
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Pulling Out All The Stops

Hey, kittens. It’s #TBT and time for a vintage column. This one originally ran in July of 2009 and has been updated. Questions to the Sexpert: “You posted a link to a story about how pulling out is just as effective as condoms. This has got to be wrong. What was the point of all … Continue reading