In this week’s podcast we answer the following question:
I’m an older queer guy who’s just started dating a really lovely trans man. Apart from talking to him, which we are doing, where can I get helpful advice and insight into my own “stuff”? I came out late in life – and I am not really used to a lot of the gay scene – which is probably an advantage! Any advice or comments gratefully received 🙂
We start with discussions about whether we will still be podcasting in 30 years time, how much MJ likes Red Dwarf, Derby County winning a game of football and then how to deal with crushes.
On the Meg-John and Justin podcast this time we spoke with Alex Iantaffi who was over from the States to launch the book they’ve written with Meg-John: How to Understand Your Gender. It was exciting for Justin to meet his metamauthor, and for the three of us to get to talk gender together.
23rd of September is bi visibility day so we’re focusing on bi issues in sex and relationships. Being bi means being attracted (emotionally and/or sexually) to more than one gender.
It’s Sexual Health Week this week and the focus here in the UK is on porn and how we can teach young people about it. Listen to us chat about whether porn is actually the sexual health issue that people often say it is and what the alternatives are.
This week we have a question (send yours via here, thanks) “If people do decide that that they want to learn to be “better” at sex… How would you advise a woman who has enjoyable sex with her (female) partners but would better like to learn how to have more reliable/reproducible orgasms. Solo and with a partner.”
Recently we got asked to contribute to a sex positive book project. The person who contacted us said […]
Join us for a workshop on Tuesday 19th September 2017 in Hoxton, London for a fun, informative and interactive workshop about fluctuation of desire in relationships.
We often talk on the podcast (and in MJ’s excellent book Rewriting the Rules) about the dangers of putting romantic relationships at the top of a hierarchy of relationships. But maybe this is also true for other things too?
Welcome to our guide to ‘No’. Instead of the usual bullet points and links we’ve written a kind of summary of the whole podcast here.