Ohio keeps trying to imitate China and Iran with its Internet censorship laws, Iran covertly wins a seat on the United Nations’s Commission on Women’s Rights, white European women routinely pay black Senegalese men for sex, British conservatives strike a blow to sex education in their country, and Feminist Philosophers asks whether we should respect the privacy of frogs. No, really.
In this episode, Emma and I are joined by Editor of Filament Magazine, Suraya Singh, as well as erotic romance novelist Anne Douglas. We learn what a “shandy” is from Anne (hint: it’s alcoholic), get a bit more educated on British politics courtesy of Suraya, our panelist from the UK, and all together rag a bit on France’s proposed Burqa ban. Also, I buy Filament Magazine’s fourth issue, which is super hot!
This show took a lot longer than I’d have liked to publish because I was traveling mid-week, coming back home from speaking at the Sexual Health Education and Empowerment Council’s special panel. If you missed the event in person, Emma and I livestreamed the entire Sex Panic! panel. You can also watch just my presentation, called “Certain Unalienable Rights: Freedom of Expression and Sexuality in the Name of Liberty.” As always, please continue to tell us what you think about Kink On Tap by writing an iTunes review!