Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com.
1:30 Announcements and Resources
Tantric sex interview delayed; participate in the Boobiethon to support breast cancer awareness month—why not send in a pic of your boobs, clothed or unclothed?; Anita Wagner provides poly support in the D.C. area; Noneyourbiz started a poly group on MySpace; Stephen Elliott’s new book My Girlfriend Comes to the City and Beats Me is out—check him out at www.stephenelliott.com; E asks if there is a group to support the monogamous partners of poly people—do you know of any?
4:30 Poly is the New Black
My dear friend
6:45 Sponsorship issues
Thanks to donators this week; possibility of move to PodShow network
8:00 Listener Mail
Ratbastid sent in another limerick; Jason in Virginia commented on those who break up to see others, not realizing they are poly; Damon commented on his male perspective on seeing his two female partners happy with him; J suggests having PW correspondents, and minx LOVES the idea! Who wants to send in the first correspondent segment? Huh? Huh? Huh?; 13:50 somerandomcanuk suggested Juice as an alternative to iTunes; minx comments on the spirit of community at the sex-positive adult meetup at Podcast Expo; J wrote in with a question about how to choose between two partners, both of whom need support simultaneously; minx responds by asking who would you see in the hospital if both of your daughters were in different hospitals at the same time; 19:45 ShenJingDo comments on masturbation and platonic love; minx comments on choosing the level of masturbatory disclosure in your relationships
23:00 Visit our new sponsor, KinkyRopes.com
24:00 Poly in the Media
Doug wrote in about a canceled Big Love knockoff show, coins the word polymoneyous and requests hentai tentacle porn; check out this show on poly in the Netherlands; yet another article on how bisexuality doesn’t exist and the author doesn’t believe on can be in a relationship with a man and woman simultaneously; a new book on Tracy and Hepburn comments on their bisexuality; an advice column by Amy Alkon is inappropriately titled “Along Came Polyamory” and leads to quite the kerfuffle between polyamorists and Ms. Alkon; her blog post is here; Amy Gahran’s are here; the discussion on the LiveJournal poly group is here; 32:45 the actual original advice column is interesting as well—minx muses on whether the guy in question had a hugging fetish; this Zenit article is another “won’t someone think of the children” articles, if you’re interested
35:15 Folsom Street Review
Thanks to everyone who came by the booth to say hello and our hosts
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If you like the intro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.