Unscrewed Podcast: ‘You’re The Tits!’

Happy April dear Establishers. C’mon in and take a quick respite from what is surely a taxing Tuesday.

This week we’ve got a fresh Quickiesode — it’s got all the potency and political oomph of our regular Unscrewed podcast, but we get you in and out in 15 minutes or less. It’s basically the aural equivalent of an articulate, angry, sexed-up hurricane.

On this fine spring morning you’ll find that Jaclyn Friedman has a whole host of things to say and people to talk to.

You’ll get to hear a sneak peek from her appearance on Jessica Valenti’s podcast, What Would a Feminist Do?, the trouble with, “It Just Happened Sex,” why everybody needs to be more nuanced about their thoughts on porn, and of course, some listener advice for a straight cis man wondering if it’s cool for him to use the phrase, “That’s the tits!” in high-praise of his female comrades. Finally, gender explorer Soraya Chemaly — who appeared on last week’s Unscrewed episode “Naked Politics” — weighs in on “in-group” slang.

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Hungry for more fantastic, sex-positive fodder? Check out Jaclyn’s show notes:

Jessica Valenti’s podcast: What would a feminist do? Sex ed as a human right
Tristan Taormino’s podcast: Sex Out Loud w/ Jaclyn Friedman

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Full new episodes of Unscrewed go live every other Tuesday, with quickiesodes boasting outtakes, advice for listeners who send in their sex/uality questions, and other delectable tidbits airing in between.

Have burning quandaries of your own? Tweet @jaclynf (use #Unscrewed) or drop her a line at unscrewed@jaclynfriedman.com. And yes! You can even use your handy-dandy smartphone, personal computer, or laptop and record yourself asking your question; she may just include it in the next episode.

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