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This episode we break down all fo the love languages. What ways do you show love? What ways do you like to give love? Are you still unsure? Tune in to learn yours. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
For the 101st episode of Private Parts Unknown, host Courtney Kocak welcomes Alexander Cheves — sex writer, sex worker, sex educator, and author of My Love is a Beast: Confessions — for a primer on fisting. In addition to fisting 101 tips, Alex shares his experiences coming out, living with HIV in a post-PrEP world (vs. in the 80s or even ten years ago), becoming a sex worker, becoming a sex writer, and writing his memoir My Love is a Beast: Confessions. We also discuss tips for exploring kink, how the pandemic shifted how he thinks about his sexuality, and why he recently moved to Berlin, Germany. For more Alexander Cheves: Check out Alex's website alexander-cheves.com Check out Alex's sex advice blog lovebeastly.com Buy Alex's buy My Love is a Beast: Confessions Follow Alexander Cheves on Twitter @BadAlexCheves Follow Alexander Cheves on Instagram @badalexcheves ***BUY A PRO-ABORTION SHIRT TO HELP SUPPORT OUR "ABORTION IN POST-ROE AMERICA" REPORTING TRIP (use code PRIVATE to save 10%): https://www.bonfire.com/store/private-parts-unknown/ Here's a playlist of our previous abortion-related episodes, including the "Men Have Abortions Too" series: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4BFDkcQYzdfq5YEV5buzzO?si=19a1d68b109845dd Private Parts Unknown is a proud member of the Pleasure Podcast network. This episode is brought to you by: Go to RexMD.com/private today to get started with a sample pack prescription of generic Viagra. All orders come with FREE 2-day shipping. Rex MD – the authority in men's telehealth. Dipsea is an audio erotica app full of short, sexy stories and guided sessions designed to turn you on. Dipsea is offering a 30-day free trial when you go to dipseastories.com/private. https://linktr.ee/PrivatePartsUnknownAds If you love this episode, please leave us a 5-star rating and sexy review! —> ratethispodcast.com/private Psst... sign up for our Private Parts Unknown newsletter for bonus content related to our episodes! privatepartsunknown.substack.com Let's be friends on social media! Follow the show on Instagram @privatepartsunknown and Twitter @privatepartsun. Connect with host Courtney Kocak @courtneykocak on Instagram and Twitter.
Content warning: Please be aware that rape and sexual abuse are discussed in this episode. If you are particularly sensitive to these issues, then please take care when listening.How have identity politics and social media changed sex work? To what extent is sex work work? Under what conditions is a sex worker a victim of abuse? Why does rape seem so much worse than other kinds of physical abuse? Does an increase in access to sex workers necessarily cause an increase in infidelity? Are there psychological risks associated with sex work even for people that enjoy the work and are not otherwise harmed or abused? (For example, compared to the average person, is it harder for sex workers to form romantic relationships with others?) Does sex work reinforce or even amplify unwanted objectification and commodification of bodies? What are the various legal models of sex work being used around the world right now?Melissa Sontag Broudo, JD, MPH, has been part of the sex-worker-rights and harm-reduction movements since the late 1990s, furthering policy, advocacy, and capacity-building efforts that support the rights of sex workers and survivors of human trafficking. She has been able to push rights-based policies and legislative initiatives that support sex workers and survivors of human trafficking, including: expanded criminal record relief for survivors of trafficking, immunity for victims of crimes who engage in sexual labor, and the formation of study commissions to review data related to better health outcomes for all people in the sex industry. She won the first-ever vacatur motion for a survivor of human trafficking and provided technical expertise on these critical motions throughout New York state and the country. Melissa received her Bachelor of Arts from Brown University in gender studies in 2001. She received her Master of Public Health from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center through their dual degree program in 2006. Read more about Melissa's work at DecriminalizeSex.Work, or follow her on Instagram at @decrimsexwork or on Twitter at @decrimsex.
*This episode originally ran in 2015, with an update recorded in 2017. Anna first talked with a woman we're calling Emma in 2015. At the time, Emma was supporting her family as a sex worker and wrote Anna an email – she wanted to share her story about how she got into sensual massage and why she didn't feel any guilt about working with married clients. Am I facilitating cheating? “I guess so," she wrote. "Can I sleep at night? Mostly." After Anna spoke with Emma that first time, Emma called her back, saying their interview made her realize how much she needed to get away from her job. She canceled her appointments and took some time off. She also asked us not to use her interview. But after a few months, she started seeing clients again – and told Anna that she wanted to talk. She said she was trying to figure out a way to go back to school and put sex work behind her, but wasn't sure how she'd pull it off. Then, in 2017, Anna reached back out to Emma to check-in and hear about what had happened in Emma's life since they talked. As it turns out, a lot had changed.
Many of us hope that journalism provides a space for a diverse range of voices, though we also recognize that sometimes some voices are louder than others. In this episode, we hear from three scholars whose works in Journalism Practice deal with the elevations and subjugations of “voice.” In Nigeria, Nathan Oguche Emmanuel at National Open University of Nigeria, discusses the “voice,” or lack thereof, of sex workers in a patriarchal media sphere there. With a case based in Ireland, Lucia Vodanovic at the London College of Communication, in the U.K., talks through news coverage of the Irish abortion referendum, giving attention to the complexities of confessional journalism in sharing voices of those most affected by public policy. And, recorded separately, Kevin Hull, at the University of South Carolina, in the U.S., shares the influence of journalists' voices in shaping news, having spoken for his co-authored piece with Black TV sports journalists there about their experiences in the sports media industry. Text and Resources Featured in this Episode:Emmanuel, N. O., Suleiman, H. M., & Gever, C. V. (2022). Media and “Abhorrent” Profession: Portrayal of Sex Workers in a Patriarchal Nigerian Society. Journalism Practice, 1-23. Vodanovic, L. (2022). Confessional Journalism, Authenticity and Lived Experiences: A Case Study of News Stories Published During the Irish Abortion Referendum. Journalism Practice, 1-16.Hull, K., Walker, D., Romney, M., & Pellizzaro, K. (2022). “Through Our Prism”: Black Television Sports Journalists' Work Experiences and Interactions with Black Athletes. Journalism Practice, 1-18.Sports Media Racial & Gender Report Card Produced and hosted by Robert (Ted) Gutsche, Jr. Give feedback to the podcast on Twitter @JournPractice or email email@example.com
Sexual compatibility is everything y'all. This episode we list discuss some of things you will need to be considered sexually compatible with your partner.If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
Full Episode Notes are available HERESarah Jones, Tony Award-winning performer and comedian, is making a different kind of documentary. She calls it an ‘unorthodoc' about sex, power, race, and our economy and how you even talk about such things in today's polarized and commercial media world. "Sell/Buy/Date” expands on Jones' acclaimed 2016 off-Broadway solo production of the same name. She plays herself in the film along with four different characters that she's created, as well as real people whom she interviews, including people in the sex industry with an array of opinions about it. You will see activists of all kinds alongside celebrities. Rosario Dawson and Bryan Cranston make an appearance. And of course, there's Sarah's own mom. The film, produced by Meryl Streep, is in some theaters now and starts streaming November 8 on Amazon Prime. Join Laura, Sarah, and a few unexpected guests for this honest (and hilarious) conversation. “We think of the sex industry as the oldest profession. It's really more like the oldest conversation we're not having in an honest way, about something that affects us all as human beings.” - Sarah Jones“I love the expression, 'hurt people hurt people, but free people free people.' I'd love to see all of us across the gender continuum [free ourselves] around this very tricky topic of capitalism and sex and where they merge.” - Sarah Jones Guest: Sarah Jones, Tony Award-winning Solo Performer, Writer, Comedian & Activist; Director & Star, Sell/Buy/Date The show is made possible by listeners like you. Become a member today at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow Members Receive early access to the full uncut conversation and more.
Can sex workers be faithful lovers? Is it ever okay to hide your sex work from your partner(s)? Do sex workers "deserve" to be cheated on? If you've grappled with these questions in your own relationships, this episode is for you.Click here for Love Life Coaching (discounted for sex workers throughout October of 2022)Click here to join my newsletterFor relationship & other types of support, click here for my new Resource Page for Sex WorkersXoxo,Leilah (Founder of A Stripper's Guide)Follow us on InstagramVisit astrippersguide.com
Mariah Grant is the Director of Research and Advocacy for the Sex Worker Project at the Urban Justice Center. The midterms are coming, and if the blue wave succeeds, the conversations around decriminalizing sex work could result in action. In the meantime, we discussed ways that everyday people can reduce harm for sex workers. We also covered topics like the Safe Sex Worker Study Act, how to speak to legislators to drive change at the state level, and how cops aren't the answer in solving the current issues. Also, pay attention to where you spend your dollar. Lots of big corporations and banks discriminate against SWs. Find your way over to the Urban Justice Center's website and give them a donation!Visit rejuvenateintimacy.com for more information about my couples intimacy retreat in Puerto Vallarta, MX April of 2023.
Have you ever heard of people using their vaginal and penis juices as perfume? this episode we explore vabbing and how you can do this... safely. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
This week we have a return guest Jhovany Diaz host of The Lobo Den Podcast. (@thelobodenpodcast) We talk about his dad giving him a tech nine as a child, getting robbed by a sex worker & coming back with a shotgun. (Allegedly) & going home with a girl who might have been a guy. If you enjoy this episode check out his podcast The Lobo Den Podcast. THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR TRICK OR TEQUILA (@trick.or.tequila) ON IG. DON'T MISS THE BIGGEST HALLOWEEN PARTY IN CHICAGO! GET TICKETS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trick-or-tequila-massive-halloween-party-with-special-guest-performances-tickets-411726183097
In this episode we're speaking with a woman seeking out the de-stigmatization and decriminalization of sex work through education and advocacy work. Old Pros founder, executive director, and host of The Oldest Profession Podcast: Kaytlin Bailey. Kaytlin shares her experience as a former sex worker and how it lead her to her advocacy work in helping others in the industry have access to services and support to avoid exploitation, stay safe, and make choices about their own lives. Listen to Todays Episode to Hear About: -The power of sharing your story -Reactionary sexuality -History of sex workers -What happens after you take away the safe way -Madonna Whore Complex -The negative narrative around sex work -The censorship of abortion, contraception, and “obscene information” -The damage of buying into false narratives -Holding men more accountable for their actions -Creating a new base line for how we treat each other -Whorephobia -Women helping with their own oppression Check Kaytlin Out! Instagram: @oldprosonline Website: https://oldprosonline.org/
We know that the holidays can be a lonely and weird time, especially for sex workers. So we're continuing our tradition of partnering with Jessie Sage of Peepshow Media, on collecting and compiling your stories about coming out, being outed, or staying closeted around friends and family. No matter what you're going through, you're not alone. Please send your (less than 5 minutes) audio files to firstname.lastname@example.org before December 1st to be included in our upcoming episode. Music by Epidemic Sound https://oldprosonline.org
Guest: Amanda Gouws is Professor of Political Science at the University of Stellenbosch. She joins John to explain that the recent case of the murder of six female sex workers must put a spotlight on the regulation of sex work and on the urgent reform that is needed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our 26th compilation of some of our favorite recent stories shared on the RISK! podcast. Support RISK! on Patreon at Patreon.com/RISKMake a one-time donation to RISK! at PayPal.me/RISKshowGet tickets to RISK! live shows at RISK-show.com/tourGet the RISK! book at TheRISKBook.comTake our storytelling classes at TheStoryStudio.orgHire Kevin Allison to make a personalized video at Cameo.com/TheKevinAllisonHire Kevin Allison as a coach at KevinAllison.com
Don't forget;) I am on tour! Get tickets at heathermcdonald.net I'm back from my Live Juicy Scoop Streaming show in NYC and bringing the scoop from attending BravoCon. Is Bravo done with RHSLC Jen Shah since pleading guilty? Why does Erika state PK and Dorit are the next to split up? Heather Dubrow got snubbed. Then I give predictions and tips on how to make Bravocon better for Bravo, the stars, and the fans. Then I talk to Lindsey Pelas, who has over 8 Million followers on Instagram. We get into sexual harassment in the restaurant industry and how her life changed after attending a Playboy mansion party. What it is like to date Dan Bilzerian and what those private jet and multi-girlfriend extravagant vacations are like. She shares how she has become one of the top creators on Only Fans, including some marketing secrets. Lindsey is humble, honest, intelligent, funny, and, of course, gorgeous so enjoy.Get extra juice on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoophttps://heathermcdonald.net/.Support our sponsors:https://www.betterhelp.com/HEATHERlivingproof.com/juicy bestegg.com/juicyMedterracbd.com/JUICYDogtopia.comoxiclean.comhttps://sleepnumber.com/JUICYworthy.com/JUICY
This week we dsicuss some of the hottest vacation places. This is for after the playoffs when you are ready to take that baecation If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
It's that time of the week again, and we've found a trove of data about how much money sugar babies can expect to get out of sugar daddies for a regular "arrangement." Answer: "Not much." I remember in my younger wealthy days a friend pointed out to me that he could "tip every cab driver $100 from now on" and never run out of money. You'd probably have to up that to $200 to account for Bidenflation, but the point remains the same. These ladies aren't really what I'd call "well paid." Set against the minimum wage in California, which is set to rise to $22, $2000 or $3000 per month doesn't sound like a lot. I once misplaced many dozens of times that in a cupboard. We talk about sex too. A man is confounded by a friend hiring sex workers when he wasn't ready to see said friend have an erection, much less an orgasm. Another likes to wash his penis very very quickly after sex. We get a lot of our questions from the Reddit, so for our listeners' enjoyment, here are links to some of the questions we discussed this week: https://ymmv.me/87/subtle-hint https://ymmv.me/87/washing https://ymmv.me/87/squirting https://ymmv.me/87/food-not-sex https://ymmv.me/87/bj-aversion Twitter: @ymmvpod Facebook: ymmvpod Email: email@example.com
Nonprofits and Foundations engage in power play all the time but this kinky practice in the third sector is rarely consensual. In this rewind episode, Michelle discusses negotiation and consent practices with L.T. a radical pleasure based sex educator! Cum explore this Rewind!
Join me and my goyfriend (my gender-neutral word for a non-Jewish romantic partner) for a 2-part episode about our relationship conflicts and resolutions regarding my sex work, and the growth it's inspired in us both. In today's episode, we focus on a time that I was in the wrong; next week, my partner is in the hot seat.Check out my new Resource Page for Sex Workers (& those who love us)Subscribe to A Stripper's Guide newsletterFollow me on InstagramFollow my boo on Instagram
Based on the Salem trials in Massachusetts in 1692, where young girls accused their elders of satanism, a new production of Arthur Miller's modern classic The Crucible has just opened at the National Theatre in London. Actor Erin Doherty, best known for her portrayal of a young Princess Anne in Netflix series The Crown, plays Abigail Williams, the girl whose spurned affections spark the witch hunt. She joins Jessica. Strip clubs in Edinburgh will be banned from April next year, but the venues and the strippers who work in them are fighting the decision. Supporters of the ban say it's upholding the Scottish Government's strategy on Violence Against Women and Girls which says stripping encompasses and engenders violence against women and girls. But strippers say it will impact their ability to earn a living and force them into dangerous working conditions at underground clubs. Jessica is joined by Tess Herrman from the Union of Sex Workers and also by former Labour councillor and Scotsman columnist Susan Dalgety. Dame Angela Lansbury, who won international acclaim as the star of the US TV crime series Murder, She Wrote, has died at the age of 96. The three-time Oscar nominee had a career spanning eight decades, across film, theatre and TV. She was born in London in 1925. When she moved to New York, she was discovered by a film executive who gave her, her first role as a maid in the 1944 film Gaslight. In 1973, Woman's Hour presenter Sue McGregor caught up with Dame Angela when she was performing in the stage show Gypsy. As university students settle in, are you experiencing empty nest syndrome? Listener Natalie Paddick got in touch to tell us about her feelings of loss now that all her children have left home. She joins Jessica along with author Celia Dodd who's written about the Empty Nest subtitled, 'Your Changing Family, Your New Direction'. For our occasional series Girl's World, Ena Miller went to talk to 14-year-olds Ruby, Nyima and Azelea at their school in Stroud. A Brazilian butt lift is a procedure where fat, usually from the stomach and back, is injected into the buttocks to change their shape and size. In 2018 - after the death of Leah Cambridge who had flown to Turkey to have the surgery - the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, or BAAPS, advised their members not to perform them. But this week they've released new recommendations they hope will make the procedure safer. Joining Jessica are the President of BAAPS, Marc Pacifico, and director Louise Coleman whose documentary The Bottom Line is on ITV Hub.
Ben and Addy break down a moral dilemma: Would you subscribe to an OnlyFans Account of someone you work with and wrestle with Christianity as more and more people are abandoning their ideas of what the Bible really is? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ben-milton6/message
Constance Mathe, the National Coordinator of the Asijiki Coalition for the Decriminalization of Sex Work in South Africa, discusses the man accused of murdering six women suspected of being sex workers, the dangers of being a sex worker in South Africa, and how law enforcement does not assist sex workers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jayne Arnott, the Sex Worker's Rights Specialist at Sonke Gender Justice, spoke about the need to decriminalize sex work in South Africa and the stigma associated with the industry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest: Megan Lessing | Media Advocacy Officer at Sex Workers Education And Advocacy Taskforce (Sweat)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For some folks, being a sex worker is a 24/7 adventure…for others, it's simply another day in the office. Escort Frankie James shares her origin story, and we swap tales of the sexual escapades we've enjoyed over the years as part of our work.
So who is ready for cuffing season? Well it's already here. This week we talk about how to get better at online dating and clever ways to slide into the DM's. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
In 1988, a serial killer would be born: James Bradley would kidnap and murder his very own 8-year-old stepdaughter. He would go on living his life for two short days before admitting what he had done and would eventually spend 25 years in prison for his unimaginable crime. You would think that this would be enough and the end of James's crime story, but it was just the beginning. He would get out of prison after serving his sentence and would start his murderous ways again, claiming at least two other victims. Due to great detective work, the police were able to stop James before his victim list could grow even longer. Tune in this week and listen to Sam and Tiffany discuss the case of a little-known serial killer.Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/755467142466635/Instagram: @ColacitycrimeEmail your listener stories and case suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out the website for our local non-profit: www.eccmpi.org Check out our collab with Crime Labs YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOZ1FRAOGm1VnzI8ow_XGcw/videosPlease subscribe, rate, and review our show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!Sourceswww.wect.comwww.monstersandcritics.com
Queer, Sydney-based sex worker Tilly Lawless is passionate about feminism and sex worker rights, and she's joining us on todays episode to answer all of our questions! We're asking everything from what her day-to-day is like as a full-service sex worker, to what her thoughts are on OnlyFans. Plus she also shares the discrimination that she's seen within the sex industry and why some people may not have a choice but to go into sex work. And Tilly dives into how to separate work from personal pleasure with a little insight into what some clients are actually after. LINKS Angie Kent @angiekent_ Yvie Jones @yvie_jones Tilly Lawless @tilly_lawless Buy Tilly's book 'Nothing But My Body' here: https://bit.ly/TGOP_Tilly_book Angie + Yvie Insta @angie_and_yvie Nova Podcasts Instagram @novapodcastsofficial Email us at email@example.com CREDITSHosts: Angie Kent & Yvie Jones Executive Producer: Rachael Hart Producer: Amy Kimball Editor: Adrian Walton Show Artwork By: @ellymalone Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au Nova Entertainment acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, the Kaurna people, and the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respect to Elders past and present. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of The AUXORO Podcast, Daniele Bolelli and Zach discuss the Japanese monk Ikkyu Sojun who embraced a life full of zen, sex, and sake. Avoiding monasteries, Ikkyu wrote that if you wanted to find him to "try the fish shop, the wine parlor, or the brothel." Daniele and Zach also get into Daniele's experience with a sex worker, how luck has a massive, often underrated influence on outcome, movie favorites like Kill Bill, and how to flow with the chaos of life like waves in the water. Bio: Daniele Bolelli is a writer, martial artist, university professor, and podcaster. He is the host of the podcasts History On Fire and The Drunken Taoist, and has appeared as a guest on podcasts like The Joe Rogan Experience, Duncan Trussell's Family Hour, and The Aubrey Marcus Podcast. BONUS EPISODES & PREMIUM ACCESS: https://auxoro.supercast.com/HOSTING MASTERY: 5 THINGS I WISH I KNEW 10 YEARS AGO ABOUT PODCASTING: https://auxoro.gumroad.com/l/vzekt DANIELE BOLLELI LINKS:History On Fire: http://historyonfirepodcast.com/The Drunken Taoist: https://thedrunkentaoist.com/Books by Daniele: https://amzn.to/3M8z0uOWebsite: http://www.danielebolelli.com/ THE AUXORO PODCAST LINKS:Apple: https://apple.co/3B4fYju Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zaS6sPOvercast: https://bit.ly/3rgw70DYoutube: https://bit.ly/3lTpJdjWebsite: https://www.auxoro.com/ AUXORO SOCIAL LINKS:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/auxoroYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqFFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/auxoromagNewsletter: https://www.auxoro.com/thesourceYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqF If you enjoy the show, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, helps us appear higher in searches so more people discover the show, and it boosts my ego;) Past Guests On The Auxoro Podcast Include: Aubrey de Grey, Andy Weir, Eben Britton, Eric Jorgenson, Isabelle Boemeke, Houston Arriaga, Jerzy Gregorek, Chris Cooper, Gryffin, Elsa Diaz, Dave Robinson, Meghan Daum, FINNEAS, Chloé Valdary, Coleman Hughes, Maziar Ghaderi, YONAS, Ryan Michler, Ryan Meyer, Gavin Chops, Bren Orton, Zuby, Jason Khalipa, Ed Latimore, Jess Glynne, Noah Kahan, Kid Super, Deryck Whibley, and many more.
Guest: Alyshah Hasham, crime and court reporter A coalition made up of sex workers and advocates is taking the government to court to challenge a federal law from the Harper era that experts say is putting marginalized people in peril. Monday was the first of a five-day landmark Superior Court hearing that advocacy groups are hoping will be the first step in getting sex work fully decriminalized in Canada. Current laws regarding sex work have long come under fire for endangering sex workers, people who are often the most vulnerable to gender-based violence. Alyshah Hasham, crime and court reporter for the Star, explains. This episode was produced by Saba Eitizaz, Paulo Marques and Brian Bradley.
This week we celebrate a 100 episodes of wise freaks podcast. We chat about some of the wildest Reddit's we've shared and get into some new ones. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subredditFollow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
This week we explore Pegging . We explain what it is, how you can start and build comfortable with your partner. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subreddit Follow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
Sex workers say they have been exploited by strip clubs due to a "grey area" around their employment rights. Clubs are taking thousand-dollar bonds and fining dancers up to $200 for taking sick leave or turning up late. Engaged by strip clubs as contractors rather than employees, the performers say they are missing out on the protection of the law. But are they? Our reporter Rayssa Almeida went to find out.
About Connie Perignon:Connie Perignon is a true original—she's the only heavily-tattooed Taiwanese adult performer. And like a bottle of Dom Perignon, once you pop, you can't stop with her dangerous curves and scenes that have you begging for more. She can truly say she was discovered by Jules Jordan, who slid into her DMs and asked her to do one scene. Her first scene for his studio blew up as quickly as it was uploaded to the Internet, garnering hundreds of thousands of views on XVideos, and now is at almost 3 million views. Her second and third Jules Jordan scenes are on track to break the record of her first scene, along with her first Brazzers and Jonni Darkko scenes were recently released. And she's one of the most requested new stars on all the top-shelf studio's lists. Hustler has spotlighted her in a guide to Taiwan with her favorite things to do, best street foods indulge in, customs and conduct, and more, accompanied by stunning photos of her. As Connie's star rises in adult, she calls upon her entrepreneurial background to help her reach the top echelon. When still in grade school, she taught herself photoshop and coding and started her first business, making and selling graphics and layouts for Neopets. Connie holds a Bachelor of Science and graduated summa cum laude. Her last civilian job was working in marketing and advertising for a large multibillion-dollar company. For the past five years, she's been a sex worker and had requests from directors and studios for over two years before she popped her porn cherry filming with Jules Jordan. And superstar Asa Akira is her role model and friend. Keep up with her ascension into superstardom by following her on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok at @connperignon and Reddit at reddit.com/user/connperignon. Find out more about her extraordinary life by visiting her official site meetperignon.com. See Connie naked, indulge in her NSFW content, and subscribe to her OnlyFans onlyconns.com. And search, like, and subscribe to her Pornhub for free at pornhub.com/model/connie-perignon.
Madison Phillips is back again for the second episode of our two part series on the Old Pros of Raleigh, NC. Madison is a recent graduate of NC State University with a masters in Public History, centered on museum studies and local history. In this episode, Madison shares more of her thesis research and riveting stories about the colorful characters who lived and worked as SWers in Raleigh during the early 1900s. For more resources on this episode, visit our website: https://oldprosonline.org/sex-work-in-raleigh-north-carolina Theme song by Adra Boo
This week we explore the fetish Vorarephilia. We explain what it is, how you can get involved, and we talk about how this fetish sorta falls on a spectrum. If you want some advice from your wise freaks, please submit your stories or questions to the Wise Freaks subreddit www.reddit.com/r/wisefreaks/Follow the hosts on social media Lieutenant Purr - @nia_relle and Papacito Purr - @bernlohan. Follow the Wise Freaks on Instagram @wisefreakspod and Twitter @wisefreakspodShare on your socials and don't forget to comment and @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode!
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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind closed doors in ‘the world's oldest profession?' In the new season of Tall Tales and True, seven sex workers pull back the red curtain to reveal the captivating, and sometimes jaw-dropping stories from their lives. Join sex worker and author Tilly Lawless as she guides you through the highs and lows of working in the sex industry.
In this crossover episode with Pandemic Planet, recorded during the International AIDS Conference in Montreal, Katherine speaks with Phelister Abdalla, of KESWA, the Kenya Sex Work Association, and Ruth Morgan Thomas, of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSPW), about the intersection of sex work, HIV/AIDS, and the Covid-19 pandemic. Phelister and Ruth argue that sex workers' livelihoods have been uniquely disrupted by recurring curfews and lockdowns, noting that this often-stigmatized community has not benefitted from the social protection programs many countries established to support workers in the formal sector from loss of jobs or income during the early phases of the pandemic. They highlight how sex workers have instead been at the forefront of community-led initiatives that deliver antiretroviral medications, food, and other essential health commodities to each other, and consider how the integration of HIV/AIDS response into pandemic preparedness and response may affect sex workers and the community people living with HIV. Over the years and across many international AIDS conferences, sex workers have fought for their experiences to be taken into account and for their voices to be heard within the meetings' focus on policy and research agendas. Phelister Abdalla is the National Coordinator of the Kenya Sex Workers Alliance (KESWA) and the President of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSPW), based in Nairobi. She is a single mother of three, and an active sex worker living with HIV for the last 11 years. Ruth Morgan Thomas is the Global Coordinator, Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSPW). She has been involved in the sex industry for more than 30 years, including as a sex worker, an academic researcher at Edinburgh University, and a sex workers' rights advocate.
Welcome back to another episode of the MisFits Table Podcast! Thank you all so much for rocking with us for 100 episodes! We love you all so much! This week the boys sit at the table with Orlando Roye an entertainer and Sex Worker. The boys talk about male sex toys, the duality of the masculine and feminine, and being yourself. This is truly an inspiring episode and full of laughs. Follow us! @misfitstablepod @ausar.png @ultralightdreams_ @ayoo.e_ @wh_orlandoroye
Big announcement! I am going on tour! Get tickets at heathermcdonald.net I recap Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and discuss how the trip to Aspen turned into a mean girl's sleepover. Maitland Ward from Boy Meets World is here, but she has gone through some changes since you last saw her on that family-friendly sitcom. Her first on-screen role was on the soap opera Bold and Beautiful when she was 16, but as an adult, she found herself in the porn industry. Since starting porn, she has won many awards and plans to continue to explore her sexual side but only on-screen. Go check out her book that comes out today, Rated X, and it focuses on her story of transitioning from Hollywood to porn. Enjoy! It's a juicy one.Get extra juice on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoophttps://heathermcdonald.net/.Support our sponsors:https://www.betterhelp.com/HEATHERlivingproof.com/juicy bestegg.com/juicyMedterracbd.com/JUICYDogtopia.comoxiclean.comhttps://sleepnumber.com/JUICYworthy.com/JUICYHaircare is about more than just styling. A daily hair and scalp health regimen can make a huge difference. OUAI's NEW Scalp Serum and Thick & Full Supplements are a complete solution for promoting the appearance of thicker, fuller, healthier hair. Grow all the OUAI with OUAI's Scalp Serum and Thick & Full supplements. Use code JUICY on theouai.com for 15% off your entire purchase.
Emma hosts Dr. Heather Berg, Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University St. Louis, to discuss her recent book Porn Work: Sex, Labor, and Late Capitalism. Emma hosts Dr. Heather Berg, Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University St. Louis, to discuss her recent book Porn Work: Sex, Labor, and Late Capitalism. Emma first dives into yesterday's primary results in NY and Florida, walking through the crushing victories of socialists Krysten Gonzalez, Gustavo Rivera, and Jabari Brisport in New York City and Maxwell Frost in Orlando, before looking at real-estate and NYT-backed Dan Goldman's victory despite three progressive candidates passing 10k votes. Then, she's joined by Doctor Heather Berg as they dive right into her class-based analysis of porn and sex work, and how she came to this field of study, walking through the field's historical focus on consumption and representation in the industry despite the intrigue Dr. Berg found in the grey market nature of the work, occasionally being criminalized and always a precarious element of the gig economy, leading her to look to the void of worker commentary on working conditions in the industry. After a brief conversation on the (unsurprisingly) laborious and mundane nature of this labor, and how it departs from other gig industries (much easier to work for oneself), Dr. Heather Berg and Emma walk through the history of porn and sex work in the US, beginning in the 1970s' supposed “golden age” of porn, and why, despite the heralding of pieces like “Deep Throat” and “The Devil in Miss Jones,” the majority of pornographic productions in this era saw lower-budget films with lower-quality working conditions, before the switch to video in the 1980s saw profits soar, with better pay being met with longer work weeks and more hardcore productions meaning greater physical labor (and more anti-porn backlash from Christian fundamentalists). Alongside the video boom, the HIV/AIDS epidemic saw the beginnings of organizing in the industry, as sex workers and porn stars saw themselves at the forefront of the public health efforts, creating their own standards of testing across the industry, leading up to the digital boom of the 1990s, where a mass increase in piracy (largely supported by the production elements of the industry) saw workers' claims to the fruits of their labor start to vanish, with companies like Pornhub springing up to centralize the production with limited redistribution of profits and offering a blueprint for the more clearly “gig” work of Onlyfans that would come about a couple of decades later. Wrapping up, Dr. Berg and Emma tackle the state of the industry today, exploring how the discriminatory policies and pay around certain identities come from the ingrained standards of the late 20th Century, the efforts of organizations such as BIPOC Adult Industry Collective not only to make demands of management but to provide the infrastructure for workers to become completely independent from management, and why the issues around working conditions in sex work and porn are not due to their nature as “sex” but their nature as work. And in the Fun Half: Emma discusses Biden finally being pushed to do the bare minimum to address the student debt crisis (hitting both means-testing and grant-specific qualifiers), before Kowalski from Nebraska shares his take on the 10-20k in relief. Emma and the crew also tackle the brief fall of Andrew Tate, walking through Hasan's debate with him, and James from Fort Worth explores book banning and Christian fundamentalism in schools. Jamaal Bowman has an expert response to the NY Democratic Party pitting progressives against each other, and Denis Prager endorses a Naz-so-bad slogan called the three Ks. Plus, your calls and IMs! Check out Heather's book here: https://uncpress.org/book/9781469661926/porn-work/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Aura: Protect yourself from America's fastest-growing crime. Try Aura for 14 days for free: https://aura.com/majority Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/