Week in Review: March 5-11, 2017

Written by on March 12, 2017

In case you missed them, this is a listing of the TPOK Educational Podcasts and Radio Shows that were released during the week of March 5-11, 2017 (in date order)

Brooklyn’s Journey Episode 9: Restless – Show Profile

This week I tell you that I am feeling stalled but ready to go. I have made some more changes and I want to get out there and live my life. I am proud of who I am and I want to share that with the world.

TPOK Live! Episode 46: Boot Blacking – Show Profile

On this week’s show Rainbow and I welcome Minnie_Taur back to the show to talk about one of her favourite things to do Boot Blacking! If you have ever been interested in trying it then this is the show for you. I have personally had my boots done by Minnie_Taur and it was a very wonderful experience. It’s very service oriented and I have to admit very hot. It does help having a hot person like Minnie_Taur doing them!

The 3rd Rail Episode 41: Sex Acrobatics – Show Profile

How to have safe sexual acrobatics.
Don’t get all bent out shape, and how to hang it all out without risking imminent death by orgasm.
Are there do’s and don’ts?
Rights and wrongs?
Can safety and spontaneity co-exist?
Thank you @-Reiyu- for asking the questions some of us don’t ask.

Brooklyn’s Journey Episode 10: Mental Health – Show Profile

Today we talk about Mental Health and how it effects our trans journies. This is a very important step for us all.

Stereo-Typed Episode 18: What Is Love? – Show Profile

Is romantic love a biological function brought on by millennia of evolutionary change? Or, is it a product of social construction? Maybe it is a bit of both?

Carrie Jenkins, philosopher and professor at UBC will be joining AuntieSocial to have a metaphysical discussion about just what this romantic love thing is … and what it could be.

Brooklyn’s Journey Episode 11: Washrooms – Show Profile

Washroom use for the trans community is a hot topic. There are some that think we should use the washroom of our gender. I happen to disagree. I am a woman, and I am using the woman’s washroom. I don’t believe people will get raped. I do believe that if I am presenting as a woman as I do and I have to walk into the men’s washroom I could be in serious trouble.

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