I had SO much fun talking to Chris and Ciara on Ireland’s RTÉ2fm Radio! We talked about equal opportunity fluid bonding and other ways that kink can be bonding. If you’ve got 10 minutes click HERE or below to give it a listen.
This Break Through Radio article has “daddy issues!” Taia Hanlin quotes my take on the subject: “Self Week: Can We Kill the Phrase ‘Daddy Issues?'” Click HERE or on the link below to read the entire article.
My perspective on tattooing in a kinky context is quoted in Sophie Saint Thomas’ VICE Magazine article, “Meet the Kinky Couples Who Get Turned on by Tattooing Each Other.” Click HERE or on the link below to read the entire article.
My two cents about how homeless people are all too often desexualized in Taia Hanlin’s Break Through Radio article, “Karma Week: Yes, Homeless People Have Sex Too.” Click HERE or on the link below to read the entire article.
My perspective on adult breastfeeding (ABF) is quoted in Kellylouise Delaney’s Huffington Post article, “Adult Breastfeeding is More Common than You Think.” Click HERE or on the link below to read the whole article.
I am very excited to be collaborating with Michael Aaron on another groundbreaking project in service of alternative sexuality communities! The inaugural 2016-2017 season will tackle issues including: harm reduction for compulsive sexual behavior; the ameliorating aspects of pain within a BDSM context; therapeutic use of psychedelics such as ibogaine in the treatment of sexual trauma; queer masculinities; men having sex with men (MSM); and evolving sexuality during gender transition. More info on SSS and the 2nd annual AltSex NYC Conference in the update below!
Hello friends, colleagues, and community!
The creators of the AltSex NYC Conference are pleased to introduce the Sexuality Speakers Series (SSS), a New York City arena for clinical and educational discussion on cutting-edge sexuality topics rarely discussed elsewhere and that few others are willing to tackle. Each monthly 90-minute talk has been approved by New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work and AASECT for 1.5 continuing education credits. The 2016-2017 season begins on September 20, 2016, and tickets for the entire season are on sale now. Seating is very limited and likely to sell out, so click here to register sooner than later for the talks you absolutely don’t want to miss.
Also, save the date for the 2nd annual AltSex NYC Conference on Friday, April 28, 2017, and stay tuned for a call for proposals beginning on July 1 with a deadline of September 16, 2016!