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Curious Conversations About Sex

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About sex, relationships, communication, psychology, kink, polyamory, body-positivity, and gender-positivity.

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About sex, relationships, communication, psychology, kink, polyamory, body-positivity, and gender-positivity.

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Rank #1: How to get the most out of sex-work, by two sex-workers

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Today, come and join Georgie Wolf and Rog (from Curious Creatures) on the couch for an intimate and honest chat about sex-work.

Links relevant to the show:

Georgie Wolf’s book, The Art of the Hookup, is at https://www.artofthehookup.com/about-the-book/.

Their client coaching services are at https://www.georgiewolf.com/escort-client-coaching-sessions/.

Tess’s and Rog’s non-monogamy workshop, Opening Up To Opening Up:   https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/opening-up-to-opening-up.html

Curiously Social Creatures:   https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/curiously-social-creatures1.html

Playing With Your Power:   https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/playing-with-your-rank–power.html

Dr Martha Lee’s Melbourne November workshops:  https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/martha_lee_workshops.html

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Ep-48-Sex-Work-final.mp3
Sep 02 2019
46 mins
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Rank #2: F— you, rapist.

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Rog, from Curious Creatures https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/, presents a spoken-word piece about the ongoing effects and impacts of things that happened a long time ago.  As well as some more current-day dilemmas.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Ep-47-F-You-Rapist.mp3
Aug 01 2019
7 mins
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Rank #3: Are you addicted to sex? What about footy? (replay)

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This is one of the great myths about sex – that our sexuality is essentially a wild, out of control beast waiting to consume us whole, the moment we let it off its leash.  We have been taught, from so many places, to keep it locked down and not explore our interests.

Which begs a follow-up question:  Why is our interest in sex so very different to our interest in – for example – football?  Or anything else?

To answer this question, interviews with two people – one of them interested in sex, the other in football – are compared and contrasted in a way that illuminates just what a sex-negative (and, perhaps, a football-positive) world we live in.  Prepare to be entertained, as Curious Creatures takes a few steps away from the usual ‘Curious Conversations About Sex’ format.

This episode is brought to you by Rog, from Curious Creatures (www.curiouscreatures.biz), and friends.

If you are seeking support in relation to your own potential sex addiction, in Australia you might want to start with Lifeline (13 11 14), or the counselors on the Curious Creatures ‘other recommended resources’ page.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/CCAS-Ep-46-Football-and-Sex-Addiction-replay.mp3
Jun 27 2019
18 mins
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Rank #4: Hope In An Often Hopeless Realm: Restorative Justice (part two of two)

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Today, we’re looking into Restorative Justice again; this is the second in a two-part series, and I hate to do this to you, but I need you to go back and listen to the previous episode, if you haven’t already.  Seriously, a bunch of stuff in the following episode won’t make sense, and I’m worried about how some things might sound out of context. It’ll be worth it, because this is a really juicy topic.

Rog, from Curious Creatures https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/, has a revealing, intimate, and compelling conversation with:

– Fiona Landon, from Project Restore, in New Zealand.  Project Restore’s vision is for a New Zealand that is free from violence, and they do this through providing world-class Restorative Justice services, tailored to the needs of sexual assault. They can be found at  https://projectrestore.nz/.

– David Karp is a professor with Skidmore University, USA, en route to the University of San Diego.  He’s been a researcher, coordinator, and practitioner of Restorative Justice services in the university campus context for 15 years. He can be found at  https://www.campusprism.org.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CCAS-Ep-45-Restorative-Justice-part-two-of-two.mp3
May 29 2019
39 mins
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Rank #5: Hope In An Often Hopeless Realm: Restorative Justice (part one of two)

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Today, we’re talking about one of the only sources of hope, in an area most of us generally feel pretty hopeless about.

When sexual assault occurs, it often changes the lives of the people that are directly involved, and also those around them.  It’s like a pivotal event, a moment in time, that patterns everything that comes afterwards, and the thing that’s so hopeless about it is that there seems to be so little in the way of anything resembling a positive outcome, for anyone.

Restorative Justice is a form of mediation where the fundamental idea is that the people that were involved in an incident, actually sit down and try and work out what justice might look like.

Rog, from Curious Creatures https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/, has a revealing, intimate, and compelling conversation with:

– Fiona Landon, from Project Restore, in New Zealand.  Project Restore’s vision is for a New Zealand that is free from violence, and they do this through providing world-class Restorative Justice services, tailored to the needs of sexual assault. They can be found at  https://projectrestore.nz/.

– David Karp is a professor with Skidmore University, USA, en route to the University of San Diego.  He’s been a researcher, coordinator, and practitioner of Restorative Justice services in the university campus context for 15 years. He can be found at  https://www.campusprism.org.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/CCAS-Ep-44-Restorative-Justice-part-one-of-two.mp3
Apr 29 2019
47 mins
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Rank #6: Kissing with Isiah McKimmie (fixed)

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What do you like, and not like, about kissing?

How good are you at training a new person in how to kiss you?

More importantly, how do you feel about training this person that’s in front of you, right now, in how to kiss you?

They’re the questions Rog (from Curious Creatures) and Isiah McKimmie front up to for you, in this episode.  It’s an intro to kissing like you’ve never heard.

Isiah is a sex-therapist, relationship counsellor, and sexologist, who can be found at www.isiah-mckimmie.com/

Rog, and Curious Creatures, are at www.curiouscreatures.biz/.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Ep-43-Kissing-with-Isiah-McKimmie.mp3
Mar 30 2019
1 hour
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Rank #7: How To Have More Interesting Sex (replay)

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Today, we’re having another listen to a conversation with two of the world’s best sex educators and prioneers, about how to introduce more interesting sex into a relationship.

My first guest is Cyndi Darnell, who is an educator and counsellor based in New York.  She’s available for sessions via video conferencing.

My second guest is Barbara Carellas, also a sex educator and pioneer, and offering workshops around the world.  Among many other achievements, Barbara wrote the book ‘Urban Tantra’, which I warmly recommend; it certainly shaped a lot of my journey.

Cyndi Darnell can be found at https://www.cyndidarnell.com/.

Barbara Carellas is at https://barbaracarrellas.com/.

And Curious Creatures are at https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/CCAS-Ep-42-More-Interesting-Sex-replay.mp3
Feb 20 2019
21 mins
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Rank #8: The Art of the Hookup

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Is there an art to the act of the hookup? Is it about more than the right outfit, the right opening line, and a bucket of fuck-luck? And what’s all this talk about self-development, and solutions to the world’s problems?

On this episode, Rog (from Curious Creatures) interviews Georgie Wolf, author of a book called ‘The Art of the Hook-up’. It’s a radical read, and it’s got the potential to really positively influence the way the dating game plays out – also sex, and relationships, more generally.

Stay tuned at the end, for responses to listener feedback.

Georgie Wolf can be found at www.artofthehookup.com.

Curious Creatures are at www.curiouscreatures.biz.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/CCAS-Ep-41-The-Art-of-the-Hookup.mp3
Jan 25 2019
46 mins
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Rank #9: Curiosity – secrets from inside a sex-party community

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I get asked a lot of questions about what it’s like to go to a sex-party, and in particular, the one I run, called Curiosity.

So to answer your questions, I interviewed four regular Curiosity participants about their experiences, and they offer you a very candid and honest perspective into the little world of sex and self-development they find themselves in; this is like no story on what it’s like to be at a sex-party that you’ll have ever have heard.

You can find Curiosity, the play-party (and workshop, etc.) at http://curiosity.curiouscreatures.biz/

This podcast is brought to you by https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/CCAS-EP-40-Curiosity-secrets-from-the-inside-of-a-sex-party.mp3
Dec 27 2018
32 mins
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Rank #10: What do you wish you were told before entering the sex industry?

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Today, Seani Love, award winning sex-worker and sex educator, is back with us. The question we’re tackling gets us into all sorts of interesting spots, such as the process of undoing gender conditioning and socialisation, removing the link between being attractive and being sexy, and a few reflections on the nature of the industry. And life.
You can find Seani at www.seanilove.com. And for those of you near Melbourne, Australia, Seani’s running a 7-day retreat on sex magick at the start of January.

Curious Creatures are at www.curiouscreatures.biz.

http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/CCAS-Ep-39-Wish-you-were-told.mp3
Nov 28 2018
18 mins
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