On episode 16, we return with the Season 2 Premiere, Deviance - Fetishes, and Kink!
It’s part of the human condition to be curious and to have a desire to explorer. What happens when our desires and curiosity push the limits of society’s norms? Do we seek out and find others who share those desires? Are we open-minded enough to consider connecting in ways we may have never considered?
We are back at thedallasgeek studios in Dallas, Texas for season 2! We have some major changes to the show this season.
We welcome our new sponsor, Uptown Jerk Store. Check out their apparel and accessories for fun and inventive ways to say NO at www.uptownjerkstore.com.
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We say goodbye and fond farewell to Charlie Gold and we wish her much success in her future endeavors. We welcome and introduce Beau and Brooklyn as Maxwell's new co-hosts. We have upgraded our studio equipment at thedallasgeek studios, and we now have episode video promos on YouTube for our Season 2 episodes.
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Guest: Dakota Brinker from Dallas is our Season 2 Premiere guest, and he discusses his experiences with fetishes in dating.
Dating Book/Article Review: "Playing Well with Others – Your Field Guide to Discovering Exploring and Navigating the Kink, Leather, and BDSM Communities.” by Lee Harrington and Mollena Williams available on Amazon and Audible.
Call to Action: There are so many different types of people in this world and with that comes a multitude of interests and desires. Sometimes our desires evolve into fetishes and kink. Sometimes we meet someone who has a desire which pushes our boundaries and sensibilities. Are we willing to be open-minded to consider alternatives in dating, love, and sex? Are we willing to have an honest with ourselves and others for the sake of connection while respecting each other's will and dignity? The choice is yours.
“I have a fetish for damsels in distress.”
“Don’t be sexist.”
“Not at all. My services are also available to gentlemen in distress. It’s an equal opportunity fetish.” ―Cassandra Clare, City of Glass
Shout Out: This episode’s shout goes to the Austrian screenwriter and director Gregor Schmidinger. Gregor is best known for his 2019 feature film “Nevrland”, and for his short film “Homophobia.” In 2015, during hisTEDtalk inDonauinselcalled “How to Become a Sex God”, Gregor shared his experience with overcoming his porn addiction and erectile dysfunction during his 20s.
Gregor is working on the Sex God Project as a resource for men dealing with addiction and porn-related sexual dysfunctions. Check out Gregor Schmidinger on youtube, Facebook, and on his site irrationalrealm.com
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