Jennifer and Angela start the episode by discussing the tragedy of the shooting of Philando Castile and the importance to standing up against racial injustice for the non white members of the non-monogamy community.
For this episode, we are joined again by Shawny, a local sex educator and friend of Poly in the Cities (who you remember from our episode on abuse in kink) who has returned to our studio to join Angela in sharing their workshop on disclosure. This discussion is really helpful for everyone who is facing a difficult decision of disclosing something very personal (like being non-monogamous, for example) to someone very close to them. Give this one a listen. You’ll learn a lot!
Here is the run through for BRAINN as described by Angela and Shawny:
B – What are the Benefits?
R – What are the Risks?
A – What is an Alternative?
I – What does your Intuition say?
N– What if you do Nothing?
N– What do you do Next?
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In this episode, we are joined by our two friends — Lindsey, a sex educator from the Family Tree Clinic and Laura Rademacher of Sky Hill Therapy (you folks remember her from Episode 29, right?). Our two awesome friends came onto the show to talk about STI’s, what really happens when you ask to get tested, what to do when you get the results, and what all of this means in the world of non-monogamy.
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For this episode, we are joined by comedian Billy Procida who hosts his own podcast called “The Manwhore Podcast: A Sex Positive Quest for Love”.
He joins us via Skype from his home in New York to talk about his show, his take on polyamory, pussy eating, and sex with strangers. It’s a great conversation and we loved having had the chance to chat with him.
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Angela and Jennifer start the episode with an update to Angela’s trip to California for her first presentation on disclosure. Jennifer starts a listener challenge (our listeners are now called “City-ites”, by the way!) called #smellslikesoup for our social media pages. Did you know that we have a Facebook page and a Twitter account?
For this episode, we are joined in the PITC lab by long time listener and supporter, “Optimus Prime” who came to share his story about how he made the choice to be monogamous after years of living a polyamorous lifestyle.
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