South Africa Sex Trafficking: Fact or Fiction?

This is our first guest post by Courtney D. Campbell, an independent filmmaker and director of Changing Directions Films LLC which he founded in Portland, Oregon.

Rurru does Mexico

Almendra Castillo, known as Rurru Mipanochia, is a Mexican underground illustrator, graduated from the “Facultad de Artes y diseño, UNAM. She lives in Mexico city and shows her sexual dissatisfaction in her artwork.

Coming of Age

Audio Smut is a radio show that delivers honest and emotionally engaging stories to educate and initiate public discourse about gender, sex, and relationships from a sex-positive, queer, and feminist perspective.

How One-Hour Orgasms Can Burn Away Suffering

Dr. Nida Chenaktsang, a world-renowned expert on Tibetan medicine, discusses the Buddhist sexual technique known as Karmamudra. Join him for a more in-depth talk Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 6:30 pm, at Trace Foundation (map). Reprinted with Dr. Nida’s permission.

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South Africa Sex Trafficking: Fact or Fiction?


This is our first guest post by Courtney D. Campbell, an independent filmmaker and director of Changing Directions Films LLC which he founded in Portland, Oregon.

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Rurru does Mexico


Almendra Castillo, known as Rurru Mipanochia, is a Mexican underground illustrator, graduated from the “Facultad de Artes y diseño, UNAM. She lives in Mexico city and shows her sexual dissatisfaction in her artwork.

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Coming of Age


Audio Smut is a radio show that delivers honest and emotionally engaging stories to educate and initiate public discourse about gender, sex, and relationships from a sex-positive, queer, and feminist perspective.

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How One-Hour Orgasms Can Burn Away Suffering


Dr. Nida Chenaktsang, a world-renowned expert on Tibetan medicine, discusses the Buddhist sexual technique known as Karmamudra. Join him for a more in-depth talk Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 6:30 pm, at Trace Foundation (map). Reprinted with Dr. Nida’s permission.

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The Art of the Dirty Phone Call


Nelson Lyon’s The Telephone Book (1971) expresses mediated closeness more than forty years before Spike Jonze represented our current technological moment of connection/disconnection in his 2013 film, Her.

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