Kink On Tap
Episode 66
Wiki "Salacious Magazine"

Host(s): Maymay

Guest(s): Katie Diamond, James Carp

Recorded: November 7, 2010

Published: November 12, 2010

Duration: 55:13

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  • Hmm, christian domestic discipline. Is there a sister site for submissive men? rumiboy @ 01:11:52 UTC
  • Research conclusion here seems ambiguous: maybe everyone in the voting district amped up their porn trolling to help avoid thinking about the vicious nature of this year's election ads. rumiboy @ 01:19:38 UTC
  • In Utah buying porn from real-world sources is Illegal. Iamcuriousblue @ 01:22:20 UTC
  • They should call them Registered Unsuccessful Sex Offenders. Successful ones get elected, not arrested. rumiboy @ 01:38:41 UTC
  • It's actually a good thing for feminists to explicitly define what their feminism means to them and what brought them to their feminism, etc. A great deal of people have come to view feminism as being a group of privileged, educated, middle-to-higher class, white women and nothing else, which is not always the case in the least. menstrualpoetry @ 01:45:57 UTC
  • I'm with Furrygirl on this, feminist porn overanalyzes smut to death. Iamcuriousblue @ 01:45:58 UTC
  • "A great deal of people have come to view feminism as being a group of privileged, educated, middle-to-higher class, white women" A lot of them are. Iamcuriousblue @ 01:47:11 UTC
  • I'm not debating that a lot of feminist people aren't privileged, educated, middle class and white. I know that very well after seeing a certain group of feminists get book deals, opportunities to go on television shows and write for highly-publicized spaces and most, if not all, fall into that category. My point was that I am all about people who label themselves as feminists and feel strongly about feminist work to define what feminist work means to them. menstrualpoetry @ 01:51:47 UTC
  • Thanks you menstrualpoetry. I see people making a career out of studying "feminism" but unable to walk the walk when dealing with shopkeepers and subordinates. rumiboy @ 01:54:07 UTC
  • That's how I feel about feminist and queer porn bashing of mainstream hetero porn, quite honestly. If you don't like it, don't watch it. Iamcuriousblue @ 01:54:07 UTC
  • I don't watch most "San Francisco porn", but I'm *really* glad its out there for people who aren't getting what they want from typical "LA porn". Iamcuriousblue @ 01:57:07 UTC
  • People will use any opportunity to evade issues. buchanan61385 @ 02:04:36 UTC

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