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Kink On Tap 8: Get Political

Posted: September 25th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Episodes | 3 Comments »

Kink On Tap is back with an all-new and much-expanded setup. We got a new web site at KinkOnTap.com, we’ve gotten interactive so you can watch shows live every Sunday afternoon, and in this episode, we get political!

In this episode, Emma and I talk with Center for American Progress intern Emily Rutherford about Iraqi human rights violations against gay men, “Matinée” gets banned from Australia, a Wal-Mart employee accuses innocent parents of possessing pornography of their own daughters, OkCupid publishes aggregate rape fantasy data, and Newt Gingrich accidentally names pornography company Pink Visual CEO “Entrepreneur of the Year.”

Don’t forget to have a look at the new Kink On Tap Wiki for show notes, guest biographies, episode transcripts, and more!


3 Comments on “Kink On Tap 8: Get Political”

  1. 1 Meitar Moscovitz (maymaym) 's status on Friday, 25-Sep-09 20:19:40 UTC - Identi.ca said at 12:19 pm on September 25th, 2009:

    […] Hey, @helio_girl & @echomikeromeo! I hit "publish"! ♺ @KinkOnTap Fresh from the tap: Kink On Tap 8: Get Political http://KinkOnTap.com/?p=64 […]

  2. 2 James said at 12:11 pm on September 28th, 2009:

    This is very cool.

    You should know, the blue text at the bottom of the podcast is hard to read and, when I click on it, opens the link in this same tab, so the podcast stops playing and I loose my place in it. Makes it very hard to follow the conversation and look at the articles at the same time. Can that be different?

  3. 3 maymay said at 2:23 pm on September 28th, 2009:

    This is very cool.

    Thanks, James!

    You should know, the blue text at the bottom of the podcast is hard to read and, when I click on it, opens the link in this same tab, so the podcast stops playing and I loose my place in it. Makes it very hard to follow the conversation and look at the articles at the same time. Can that be different?

    Yeah, what you’re seeing is a really bad m4a player, but it’s the only one I’m aware of at the moment. The links at the bottom of the image are Chapter URIs, which are far more readable in the iTunes player itself. I’d encourage you to subscribe to the podcast feed in iTunes and using that application to listen to the episode, since links you open from iTunes will open in your default browser.

    On the other hand, if you know or find a better web-embeddable m4a player, please let me know and I’ll use that one instead. :)