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Kink On Tap 13: Where’s the eject button?

Posted: October 27th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Episodes | 1 Comment »

Faking orgasms is easier for men than you thought, an intersex athlete is forced to undergo gender testing, men show and tell about what makes them feel masculine, Cory Silverberg rocks an awesome guide for talking to kids about pornography, and it turns out that being a latchkey kid isn’t bad for you after all.

In this week’s fabulous episode, the fabulous and prolific Ms. Goose joins us to talk about why it’s so hard to talk about sex, growing up in the South, and, of course fabulosity! (How many more times can we say we think she’s fabulous?)

Also, inspirational leather shaman and kink evangelist David Phillips shares his experiences as a young gay man and survivor of intimate partner violence. David spoke about some of the life events that compelled him to found Rainbow Response, a coalition that envisions a collective response to intimate partner violence within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning communities where resources, support and education are accessible to all within the D.C. Metropolitan community.

One Comment on “Kink On Tap 13: Where’s the eject button?”

  1. 1 Maybe Maimed but Never Harmed › On Youth, Sexuality, Education, and Your Fears said at 10:42 pm on October 31st, 2009:

    […] happier, more self-sufficient life. Put simply, the closet is not a safe place to be. In a conversation I had with David Phillips, co-founder of the Rainbow Response Coalition fighting against intimate partner violence in the […]