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The Indiana Jones of Sex Education: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 64

United Nations trainer and MTV host Francisco Ramirez travels the globe making the world safer for sexual pleasure, then (once he explains the numerous dildos in his bag to customs) dispenses free sex advice in NYC’s parks and streets.

Jaclyn talks with him about making the impossible possible, misinterpreting the hanky code, how he became the hero he needed, and the deep magic of being vulnerable with strangers. Plus some creative advice for a listener whose first love just ghosted. 

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Show notes:

  • Follow Francisco on Twitter to find out where he’ll be giving advice next.
  • Some key selections from Francisco’s breakup playlist:

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How Would Jesus Fuck?: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 51

What would Jesus say about your sex life? The answer might surprise you. On this episode of FWF, Jaclyn catches up with the Reverend Beverly Dale, founder of the Incarnation Institute for Sex & Faith, who will totally rearrange your understanding of the relationship between Christianity and sexuality.

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IT’S A SEX PANIC!: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 71

Did you hear? Young people are doing sex things with their newfangled technology. EVERYBODY FREAK OUT!!!! Jaclyn is joined by Tina Horn, writer, educator and host of Why Are People Into That?! to talk about the latest youth sexting “scandal” to hit the bigtime, the very real perils of moral panic, and the name of our imaginary punk band. Plus great advice for talking dirty in whatever medium you choose, but especially emojis.

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All-Options Means All Options: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 70

What would it look like if Crisis Pregnancy Centers actually gave families all the support and information they need to make their own decisions? And what does that have to do with Bible Bucks, diaper packs and a breast milk bank? Shelly Dodson, head of the brand-new All-Options Pregnancy Center is here to fill us all in, and give us a lesson in choosing empathy over enemies in the process. Then we help out a listener who’s in a hard place between trauma and desire.

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The Sex Myth: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 69

Jaclyn talks with Rachel Hills about The Sex Myth detailed in her new book – the pervasive belief that everyone is doing it more and better than you. We get into the pitfalls of rebellion, the impermanence of sexual identity, and what it would look like if we could create our own sexual vision instead of just responding to the ones pushed on us. Then we help out a listener who has no privacy and no sex partner find a little satisfaction.

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This Podcast Is Asking For It: The Yes Means Yes Show Episode 68

The brilliant Kate Harding turns her incisive snark on rape culture in her new book Asking For It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture — and What We Can Do About It, and she joins Jaclyn for a surprisingly hilarious chat about it, including false rape allegations, early consent education, the recent outbreak of high-profile girl-on-girl victim blaming (srsly, WTF?!?), and how to resist the siren call of the comments section. Then we help out a listener who is getting mixed messages about masturbation.

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Let’s Talk About (Gay) Sex: Yes Means Yes Episode 67

Now that marriage rights are settled, what should the LGBT movement(s) be focusing on? Jaclyn put that question to Janson Wu, Executive Director of GLAD, the legal nonprofit that brought the Obergefell case all the way to the Supremes. Find out what Wu thinks of the marriage promotion rhetoric in the landmark ruling, how and why to stop playing respectability politics around queer sexuality, why GLBT activists should be joining forces with the reproductive rights movement, how to put trans rights on everyone’s agenda, and what it was like to kiss in front of Ralph Reed.

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Outsmarting the Assholes

HOW TO OUTSMART THE ASSHOLES: PRACTICAL SAFETY STRATEGIES FOR WRITING WHILE FEMALE*

*Or transgender, non-binary, or gender non-conforming

Harassment. Threats. Doxxing. Hacking. It’s far from fair, but the reality is that it can be scary being a woman writing online. So let’s talk.

You’ll leave this session with a full range of digital security options at your fingertips, and the knowledge you need to pick and choose which ones are right for you. We’ll also indulge in some cathartic venting, debunk some common myths about handling online harassment (like “don’t feed the trolls”), and learn about Crash Override, Heartmob, and other new projects at the ready to help you out when the shit hits the fan.

Workshop is NYC, presented by BinderCon. Register here.

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