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Susan Wright on Swinger Lifestyle Radio Show

on Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, NCSF News

Susan Wright will be on the Swinger Lifestyle Radio Show live on Thursday, June 7th, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm PDT and the episode will be available in the archives shortly after it airs.

The Swinger Lifestyle Radio Show can be listened to live from an internet browser by going to http://www.CityWorldRadio.com or via a smartphone by downloading the TuneIn app and selecting the City World Radio Network channel. It is also streamed directly from www.AdultSocials.com, in addition to making it available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.

Kinky Sex Could Be the Secret to Your Success

on Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Harper's Bazaar

“In general, I’ve found that people who engage in forms of expansive sexuality such as kink are more creative or imaginative in their jobs or recreational life,” she says. “The culture of kink supports their creative drives. It gives them a space to play with the limits and boundaries of their bodies and minds, and with mental states such as surrender, fear, playfulness and surprise. In that sense, kink’s not so different from art, design or any creative venture. It’s a totally valid form of self-expression.”

Marriage, deconstructed: The next battle for marriage equality could mean the end of marriage

on Tuesday, 05 June 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Mic

“We’re moving toward more of that unbundling, deconstructing of marriage down into parts so that people can access them and so we can allow for more creativity in family configurations,” said Diana Adams, an attorney based in New York City and Frankfort, Germany, whose practice focuses on guiding people involved in untraditional relationships. “Historically, you’re either married or you’re not married. This allows for the possibility of acknowledging families as they really exist in the United States. … I hope in 15 years we see a movement toward people being able to create legal relationships with the person or people of their choosing without the government being the arbiter of whether their sexual or romantic relationship is worthy of getting tax and immigration and other benefits.”

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Expanding the Boundaries of Kink at International Mr. Leather

on Sunday, 03 June 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Into

At the leather contest, I photographed multiple leathermen wearing sexy femme outfits. At the pup mosh, I took pictures of a person whose manly shaved head contrasted their sexy rubber dress and high heels. And in the leather market, I watched a sheepish young man with a scruffy beard try on a leather corset, then beam at his reflection: “I look cute!”

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Three’s not a crowd: The rise of polyamory

on Thursday, 31 May 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

The Weekly Review

“If people are honest about who in their lives matters to them, not just sexuality but in terms of a range of relationships they have, most people would have more than one person who they care about in a profound and significant way,” she says. “Rather than thinking non-monogamy is just some sideline freaky practice … [it’s important to get people] to think about how all of us arrange our intimate lives in complex ways.”

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First Congress Took Sex Workers’ Websites. Now It’s Coming For Their Bank Accounts.

on Tuesday, 29 May 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Huffington Post

“What a lot of organizers are worried about is how these broad anti-trafficking initiatives are often applied in a targeted manner that hurts more vulnerable people rather than helps them,” Liara Roux, a sex worker and producer of independent adult media, told HuffPost. “If this bill is passed in a climate where sex work is so stigmatized that no distinction is made between a trafficked individual and someone who is just trying to survive, you’re just as likely to see vulnerable people’s bank accounts closed as actual traffickers caught.”

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