Lesbian life coach and intimate relationships scholar Wyndragony shares striking insights into the “lesbian utopia” of Portland, Oregon. Key topics include karaoke, monogamy vs. polyamory, friendship, and the role of radical visionary Heather Hawkins in shaping present-day Portland. Wyndragony also answers hard-hitting questions such as:
Why is it so tough to get laid in Portland?
Why are the lesbians doing molly (MDMA) all the time?
NOTE TO P.C. POLICE: I’m sorry if this podcast offends you–but not that sorry. Yeah, we talk about lesbian stereotypes, and yeah, we claim there’s some truth in them. And yeah, we know that not all females who have sex with females call themselves “lesbians,” but we use that word anyway because it makes sense for us in this context. Okay? Okay.
This one features a never-before-released live recording of Portland party band Sparkle Princess Forever practicing some badass pop songs in my basement. Specifically: “Mmmbop” by Hanson and “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.
I interview two friends about their experiences with D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and drugs while growing up. We also talk about Planned Parenthood and life in general. Fortunately, the audio quality turned out great this time!
I use my new, magical device to record three friends and myself discussing the vast differences in our growing-up years due to changing technology, especially in education. Basically, we trash-talk D2L (Desire 2 Learn) a whole lot. We also talk about dial-up, MySpace, and human evolution.
This episode features two guests, “Anna” and “Jane” (pseudonyms), who describe the internals of sex work. My (highly articulate) guests have both done a fair amount of legal sex work, including webcam and phone sex jobs, and they have many interesting things to say about the process. BTW, both of these guests are looking for work, so if you’re on the hunt for an intelligent gal with whom to have virtual sexy time, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll do my best to hook you up!