Teresa Jusino and Pendard explain why so many sci fi content creators and fans are kinky
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2:45 Geeks and Kink
Teresa Jusino and Pendard sign on as geek experts research the correlation between sci-fi geekiness and kink/BDSM proclivities. Why are so many geeks kink-friendly, and why are so many comic books and sci-fi plots kinky?
- Are sci-fi content creators all kinky, or do the fans demand kink?
- Why are depictions of kink in sic fi more realistic and more accepted?
- Are creators/consumers kinkier than the average bear or just average but more willing to talk about it?
- Four theories on the collision of geeks and kink
- Pendard shares the kinky background of Wonder Woman; was William Marston kinky himself?
- The top five geektastic kinky couples
- Listener question from Graydancer: why are there more “real” geek girls out there now?
- Geek Girl Con
- Listener question from Justin: does the geek/kink connection have to do with intelligence?
Jusino’s article in ChinaShop Mag
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5:30 Report: Poly Panels at the Arisia Science Fiction Convention
Alan interviews Shava from a panel on being poly in a straight world; Michelle Wexelblack discusses poly-mono relationship; 14:00 Dr. Solomon Davidoff discusses the poly community compared to other subcultures; Alan talks about creating a temporary tribe
17:50 Topic: Why Does My Spouse Irritate Me So Much?
Minx discusses this article on marriage only getting worse–your spouse will end up annoying the heck outta you!
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