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Book Club! Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski (Part 1)

Book Club! Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski (Part 1)

July 15, 2020

Kara gave Becky Come As You Are, by Emily Nagoski, for her birthday. This book is about sex, specifically female sexual response! Now Kara and Becky will talk about what each of them learned from the book, as well as how it relates to their own experiences and their understanding of sex and sexuality.

Also check out Kara’s review of Come As You Are.

Not Your Basic Blogger

Not Your Basic Blogger

June 17, 2020

Kara interviews Becky about being a blogger. Becky talks about the origins of her blog, what it’s like being a blogger in Montréal versus Thunder Bay, and what she has learned in the three years that she has been blogging.

2020, You’re Too Extra

2020, You’re Too Extra

June 3, 2020

Surprise, Kara is transgender! But that’s not what this episode is about. Or is it? A lot is happening to us in 2020, both personally and globally from, you know, this whole pandemic. Becky and Kara talk about how they’re holding up, and what they are enjoying and not enjoying about the strange plot twist that has started off this new decade.

Mentioned in this episode: Oprah and Deepak Chopra’s Hope in Uncertain Times meditation series.

You can also read the episode transcript.

Becky Likes Boys

Becky Likes Boys

February 24, 2020

The title says it all. Becky spills the tea about all her dates since she moved to Montréal. Ok, not really. She does, however, explain her approach to dating, and how that approach has changed since she moved. Poor, aromantic Ben does his best to sort out his confusion about when and how Becky likes a boy. Towards the end, we cover some questions asked by a listener friend!

Being Aromantic and Asexual

Being Aromantic and Asexual

January 6, 2020

Becky interviews Ben about his romantic and sexual orientations, aromanticism and asexuality. These identities mean he doesn’t experience romantic or sexual attraction—to anyone! Learn more about these identities in general, as well as Ben’s specific experience as an “aro” and “ace” person. They discuss how attraction works for them, arousal, porn, having partners, etc. Ben also debunks a few myths about asexuality and mentions how you can be an ally.

A few resources if you want to learn more about this topic:

You can also read the episode transcript.

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