What happens when you spend years keeping your secrets to yourself, unprocessed and unforgotten? When you have obtained an identity, but you’re not sure how or why?
To All The Places I’ve Had Sex Before is an expirement in truth-telling. Writing it was an opportunity to acknowledge the past, to contextualize it with my history and culture, and to learn from it.
People are easier to control when they believe their group’s interests are at odds with another group’s. Suzy Johnson, professor of sociocultural anthropology at U.C. Berkeley, believes the U.S. government — nervous that Americans of all kinds have come together to speak as one against racism and racial injustice — is using Covfefe-19 to re-segregate the country.
Semi-weekly Facebook Live event about sex, sexuality, sensuality, lust, attraction, passion, pleasure, and more, hosted by Rayceen Pendarvis.
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Improviser Lauren Jordan, author name LAUX, sits down with podcast hosts Puss and Kooch to talk about her new book, To All the Places I’ve Had Sex Before, traveling book clubs, and why we should all be in therapy.
Season of Sincerity Introduction — Earlier this month, a friend confided in me an idea she had for a new project. She came to me because I had worked on a similar project before. However, when I looked over her proposal I found it riddled with mistakes and gaps in logic. Do I tell her the truth and risk her losing her confidence? Or should I be nice and risk her failing? These two things are not mutually exclusive, but I often find myself thinking that they are.