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Kinky Yogi Podcast

Kinky Yogi Podcast

By Bryn Wolf
Sex, Love and Authenticity: The path of the (kinky) yogi is to dispel shadows of fear and enlighten. Your host, Bryn (The Kinky Yogi), is an Intimacy Coach, Cultural Anthropologist, and long time yoga teacher, who guides you to the edges of what's comfortable and brings light to worlds often left in the dark. This podcast will challenge what you think you know about kink, sexuality, and what it means to be human. Intimate interviews reveal perspectives on vulnerability, closeness, s3x work, and humanity. In the end, we all want to be closer and learn how to live and love authentically.
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From Bible Belts to Bondage
A born again Southern Baptist Christian turned Pro-Dom tells all about his wild ride from seeing sexuality as a sin to seeing kink as a pathway to intimacy and true connection. Join me as we interview Mr. Paul Shaw and talk about sex, religion, BDSM, and how powerful it can be to be vulnerable with a stranger. This episode may not be suitable for listeners under 18 years of age, or for anyone easily offended. Listen at your own discretion. If you liked this episode, consider donating so I can continue to bring you quality content. Or subscribe and share to show me some love!  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheKinkyYogi *Note: The word "John" is used in this episode. I realize now that is not the best term to use, and I'm linking a resource below to explain why. Instead of "John", use the word "clients", because that's what they are. Apologies to anyone who was offended, and thanks for the learning opportunity! Why we shouldn't use the word "John" to describe sex-worker clients:  "Johns and Clients Some people call patrons of sex workers johns, while others call them clients. The term john is a historical term that holds meaning for sex workers but is often used pejoratively by others – it’s a nameless, generic and dehumanizing word used to refer to a homogenous group of men, and does not represent the individuality and diversity of our clients. The term also makes invisible the relationships between sex workers and those who purchase our services – that of customers and service providers. By contrast the term clients is not only more respectful and accurate it also reinforces the labour context of sex work." From Language Matters: Talking About Sex Work  published by the group Stella  https://www.nswp.org/sites/nswp.org/files/StellaInfoSheetLanguageMatters.pdf Attributes and Links: You can reach Mr. Shaw at his website, MrShaw.Top or hire him as a surrogate partner at SurrogatePartner.care . You can reach Bryn via these platforms: www.TheKinkyYogi.com or IG: @KinkyYogi.Bryn Music used in this episode was provided by Ambiensce. You can chill out to more of his music at soundcloud.com/ambiensce . Other resources related to this episode: Sex Workers Outreach Program: https://swopusa.org/ National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 Some info on "Vaginismus": https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaginismus/ Info on SESTA/FOSTA: https://stopsesta.org/
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October 23, 2020