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I completely agree with you; I've never seen the utility or attraction of the sexual positions-type books, but maybe it's because me & my sweetie already have the communication and fantasy-sharing down. But I mostly wanted to comment because I love the surfer-ballet photo, couldn't stop laughing. Thanks! JulianaMarie
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These are awesome! What a great way to share music and love with the world - with real voices.
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Feb 5, 2010
Thanks for this - my troubles have been slapped away!!! F'realz! @karohemd my folks also had similar chopper when I was a kid (also about 40 years ago)!
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@ ToppHogg - I guess it depends from where you look. I'm 46. Most of the people I'm *close to* are almost as open about sex as I am. Most of the people I *know* are NOT, but neither are they hung up like my first husband (who got mad at me for "always thinking about sex." Yeah, he had issues; it was 20 years ago but his mind was 50 years older when it came to sex). The "ho-calling" has been driving me nuts, too, but I don't expect mainstream media to be enlightened or enlightening. In conversation, I do protest the hypocritical slut/stud jokes or when someone ignorantly and casually demeans or devalues sex work/ers. People do protest over the inequalities - looking for those people is how I found Greta Christina, Susie Bright, Violet Blue, et al., all of whom are actively walking the talk (or should I saw walking the write? Writing what they walk? Sorry I'm NOT a writer, just a fan thereof!). I mean to say, their openness about their lives and work ARE the demonstration, their activism and protest against inequality. That's how I see it anyways. (apologies if this double-posts, got a "can't post" msg & did a do-over)
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Happy Day! I'm NOT 37 (I'm 46) but am from SoCal - one of those who grew up behind the Orange Curtain - I love your books & blog & tweets, & wish you the best, Birthday Guy.
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Wow, this is a great fix for my recently revived addiction to spooky stories (a mid-40s flashback to junior high). I've been streaming old radio shows, esp. CBS Radio Mystery Theater, on Live365, but you know, there were a lot of conventions that were dated in the 70s that sound even worse now. Then you bring me Pseudopod. Shivers mixed with bliss! Just listened to "Jihad over Innsmouth" - love it, love it, love it!!! Thanks for sharing your many interests with your readers, and praise jeebus & FSM for interwebs, podcasts & paypal!
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2009 on Podcasts I love: Pseudopod at WWdN: In Exile
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