The gang debriefs from Naughty in Nawlins and Mr. Puppy gives advise on how to behave on swinger dating sites. How to create a profile, how to respond.
If you have any questions you would like to hear answered, just ask.
Part 2 of our Naughty in Nawlins visit:
We interviewed Organic Loven and a bunch of visitors, each with their own vision on swinging, kink and sexuality, and close it up by dragging the couple from "Ecstatic Hearts" into our bed for interview on tantra, sacred sexuality, and improving and extending your orgasms thru specific techniques and vocalisations.
Want to join in the fun at NiN? Make sure to grab your room before they sell out!
During Naughty in Nawlins 2017 (one of the largest swingers events, in New Orleans), misses Puppy and Jon ran into our instructor for the "erotic wrestling" class. She turned out to very cute, great a giving lapdances and an all-round awesome person. We sat down and chatted about kink, polyamory, bi-sexuality, penis size, wrestling, stripping (including "pole burn") and porn.
Andre Shakti is a journalist, educator, performer, activist, and professional slut living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is devoted to normalizing alternative desires, de-stigmatizing sex workers and their clients, and not taking herself too seriously. Andre wrestles mediocre white men into submission and writes about sex work, queerness and non-monogamy for Cosmopolitan, Thrillist, MEL, Vice, and more. She can frequently be found marathoning Law & Order: SVU under a chaotic pile of partners and pitbulls, and yes, she knows how problematic that show is. Visit her on Twitter @andreshakti, on FB as “Andre Shakti”, and at AndreShaktiXXX.com (NSFW).
Shout-out to podcast "Two or More to Tango"
Exploring polyamory, BDSM and kink in the swinging lifestyle.
We catch up with Mr. and Misses Puppy (see previous episodes for background). The first interview is right after a hotel playdate with Mr, Misses Puppy, and L a.k.a. "Mr. Puppy's new toy".
In second part, debrief with "Nightowl", the poor massage therapist (and general fun kinky guy) that SinD corrupted.
We go over the difference between the different lifestyles: swinging versus polyamory, BDSM communication styles versus those used in the swinging lifestyle. Jon explains and demos some of his secret techniques on air on Misses Puppy.
Yes, there was wine consumed during the taping. 🙂
We had an interesting discussion with Lee Harrington, author of an eclectic set of books. His latest is "Traversing Gender", which provides a "newbies guide to other genders", with many references throughout the world and history. It also reviews the differences between all the various terms like "transgender", "transsexual", "trans", "intersex" and a multitude of others.
As a transgender person, the realities of "play" in both the swinging or BDSM lifestyles is completely different and very challenging. Lee explains the differences in treatment of transgender folk throughout the years, and his own transition.
Our gang hits "Fetish and Fantasy" again in Las Vegas.
There is a lot of spanking and flogging going on stage, as usual.
This year, we have some extra complications:
For your listening pleasure, we have a bunch of different subjects.
Jon and SinD head to Los Angeles again to hang out with Mister Bill. While Jon gets busy with one of his favorite play partners, the rest of the gang talks about the history of BDSM in L.A. This goes all the way back to the early days of "Society of Janus", "Presidium" and Treshold, when it was just a couple of kinky people playing around in a rented X-rated movie studio.
There are plenty of other random discussions, gummy bears and reviews of Jon's performance as a swinger.
We had a long chat with Bob Hannaford (half of the infamous "Bob & Tess" team), famous for creating spectacular events and cruises.
Bob talks about the swinging lifestyle, being naked (pretty much a requirement to survive in New Orleans) and having a great time at a convention. They stared with having 100 couples, now their events welcome more than 800 couples each. Instead of creating one big event, they create a cluster of smaller activities, so that everybody can find their own thing.
The culture of New Orleans is very open to all walks of life. Bob has been organizing a parade during Naughty in N’awlins for over 10 years, which has morphed into a "swingers pride parade". It almost looks like a sexy political rally.
The only people who make less money when the swingers take over the own are the strippers. But they do have strip-club take-overs, to great effect!