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.

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.

The Final Member

In collaboration with Drafthouse Films, we are proud to present a preview screening of THE FINAL MEMBER, a fascinating new documentary about Iceland's Phallus museum

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Audio Smut is a radio 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. We are thrilled to bring their first contribution to the MoSex blog

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Are Haptic Sex Toys Sparking a New Form of Prostitution?


Jenna Owsianik (@JennaOw) writes about how technology is blurring the lines between porn and prostitution in this post from FutureofSex.net, republished with her permission.

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Molly Crabapple wrote a piece for VICE on a prostitution diversion program in Phoenix where police arrest sex workers and take them to a church, holding them without access to lawyers and coercing them to sign up for a diversion program before they’ve been convicted of any crime.

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MOTHERS AND SONS the 20th Broadway production by four-time Tony® winner Terrence McNally, is a timely and provocative new play that explores our evolving understanding of family in today’s world.

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Learn how to go down right.

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