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Kink On Tap 19: So much cybersex!

Posted: December 8th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Episodes | 1 Comment »

“Grown-ups” are totally flipping their shit at the one-third of youths who are sexting and, tragically, the latest ‘sexting’ hysteria ends in suicide while politicians waste their time with yet more silly sex-offender laws. Hypocritically, you can be arrested in NYC for carrying too many NYC-branded condoms, and as Washington, DC votes to legalize same-sex marriage the Catholic Church turns its back on the poor, and anti-gay protestors show themselves to be polyester-wearing sinners!

Emma and I were thrilled to welcome back Nikolas Coukouma, “the hero of KinkForAll Washington DC,” along with former President of Conversio Virium, Raizel. What could have been an endlessly somber conversation was actually a lot of fun as we discussed why it’s not easy being bi, and how Amazon can kind of be your very own condom-filled version of FreshDirect. (I bought the Durex non-latex condoms.)

Also, thanks to Nikolas (again!), we can now offer all present and hopefully future Kink On Tap episodes in MP3 and Ogg Vorbis audio formats, in addition to the AAC version we currently distribute. Although we don’t yet have a feed for the alternative formats, we hope to get one up and running soon, and in the mean time you can get all the download links from our show notes pages for each episode. And while you’re there, please help us expand the wiki by adding links and references to the things you heard us discuss! See you next time!


One Comment on “Kink On Tap 19: So much cybersex!”

  1. 1 Maybe Maimed but Never Harmed › Please read poignant commentary on Hope Witsell’s suicide said at 2:23 pm on December 13th, 2009:

    […] suicide, a topic I tried and failed to talk about the way I wanted to on the most recent Kink On Tap episode. Thankfully, I now have Sylvia’s words to put to my feelings. In What happened to Hope […]