DTF at Your House with KeithFromUpDaBlock & Kemar Jewel
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DTF at Your House with KeithFromUpDaBlock & Kemar Jewel

DTF: Darryl and Timaree Fun Hour: Quarantine Edition! Comedian Darryl Charles and sexuality educator Dr Timaree take on sexuality bits in the news for your entertainment and sometimes learning!This episode features comedian and musician KeithfromUpDaBlock and internationally renowned director and choreographer Kemar Jewel! We talk about Trump’s lie about an AIDS vaccine, UK’s end of … Continue reading

People Pay for Tinder?, Married Men & Cottaging, and Fired Teacher Sues Over Slut Shaming
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People Pay for Tinder?, Married Men & Cottaging, and Fired Teacher Sues Over Slut Shaming

Sexual empowerment vs seeking validation. Can you build a sexual connection in a relationship that hasn’t had a spark before? Christian college kicks out trans student after he has top surgery. Ruby Rose hopes Batwoman’s sexuality will be empowering to viewers. Yelp for sex work- online review forums are breeding grounds for unsurprising misogyny. Drive-in … Continue reading

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

WOC-centered Kink Spaces: a Conversation about Haux Hive with @SlutOfTheMonth
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WOC-centered Kink Spaces: a Conversation about Haux Hive with @SlutOfTheMonth

“When folks talk about kink spaces, about BDSM and the ‘alternative lifestyle’ spaces, the faces you usually see associated wit that are white cis people, assumed heterosexual people… What started out as an online community of Black women talking about their sex lives, curiosities and fetishes. It became a conversation about ‘how do we learn … Continue reading