Kink On Tap
Episode 37
Wiki "It Looks Like A Moonstone"

Host(s): Maymay, Emma

Guest(s): Aida Manduley

Recorded: April 18, 2010

Published: April 22, 2010

Duration: 1:24:41

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  • "[T]he word pleasure's just very scary to people because the word pleasure and the concept of pleasure don't have morality attached to them. So you can get pleasure from a variety of things and these people are like, 'Well, some of these things that you're deriving pleasure from are inappropriate, they're against nature, they're immoral, they can at times be illegal.' So, I think that that's the point of education; to tell people how to engage in things safely and respectfully and not breaking laws."

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  • Society's model for marriage is too simplistic. [ Siniful @ 00:16:11 UTC ]
  • The problem is this moral legislation. Which is stupid and ridiculous. [ Siniful @ 00:23:33 UTC ]
  • I believe that genuine conservative values means the government *not being involved in people's right to live their lives*. No matter what Huckabee and other moral legislators want to call themselves, they're getting the government involved in people's lives in such a way that ISN'T conservative. [Siniful @ 00:27:38 UTC ]
  • When I hear about insects and sex, I think of Isabella Rossellini's "Green Porno" project. [ Siniful @ 00:45:55 UTC ]
  • Slugs Are Intersex is a terrific indie rock band name. [ Janie Blooms @ 00:47:42 UTC ]
  • The way human penises are shaped is to remove sperm from human females. [ ohigetit @ 00:52:40 UTC ]
  • I remember reading this, it's evolutionary proof that humans are not monogamous. [ ohigetit @ 00:52:58 UTC ]
  • I want to know who is saying that sex is not fun. [ ohigetit @ 00:59:10 UTC ]
  • I'm pretty sure the reason people make sex sound scary is to distract kids from the fact that it's fun. [ ohigetit @ 00:59:4 UTC ]
  • US also #1 in maternal deaths for industrialized nations. [ vanburen53249 @ 01:13:44 UTC ]
  • I remember reading a book about young unwed mother back in the fifties and the nurses would withhold pain medication as a punishment for the young women who had gotten pregnant. [ ohigetit @ 01:15:28 UTC ]
  • I don't know how you reconcile that with Carnival in Brazil, especially in Rio...have you seen what some of the samba parades are like? It's a contest to see who can wear the least fabric. [ Viviane212 @ 01:32:58 UTC ]
  • Well people are more about habits and patterns rather than independent thought. [ Jaspa @ 01:37:42 UTC ]

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