In Episode 60 we talk to Ignacio Rivera, founder of The HEAL Project, about healing from childhood sexual abuse, paths to sexual liberation, and why sex education needs to focus on communication, boundaries, and consent.
We interview Danielle Blunt, professional dominatrix, sex worker rights advocate, and co-founder of Hacking//Hustling, a collective that works at the intersection of technology and social justice. We discuss the EART IT Act and how important it is to protect online spaces for marginalized communities.
Princess Berpl talks about her transition from nursing to sex work, creating a positive fan base, how she connects with the characters she plays, her extensive dildo collection, and our long friendship outside of sex work.
In Episode 57 of the Peepshow Podcast we focus on the porn industry. Mike Stabile of the Free Speech Coalition updates us on the new COVID guidelines and on Talent Testing Service pulling out of the PASS System. Then, we talk to performer and director Mickey Mod about racism in the porn industry.
In Episode 56 we interview The Incredible Edible Akynos from the Black Sex Worker Collective, who talks to us about activism to empower Black sex workers.
Phoenix Calida on the Black Lives Matter protests, how over-policing disproportionality impacts Black sex workers, and what allies can do to help bring about racial justice.
In Episode 54 we talk to content creators and fetish performers Allie Eve Knox and Kiara Skye about the intersection of the tech industry and sex work, and why crypto may offer solutions to many of the payment processing issues faced by the adult industry.
In Episode 53 we bring you a recording from the panel Consent and Sexualized Leisure at AVN. Lynn Comella moderates this discussion about how consent is negotiated on the showroom floor with performers Katy Jayne and jessica drake, and scholars Barb Brents and Paul Maginn.