Sexuality workshop leader Ruby May joins us to chat burlesque, sexological bodywork, where to start with sexuality work, Togetherness, Explore and Angsbacka festivals, Berlin kink, authentic relating, open space, sex geeks, compartmentalising sex, Eros, flirting, goal-orientation in sexuality, communicating in the age of offence, victim blaming, trans issues, feminine leadership, hormone cycles, activism, top down living, eco-sexuality, masculine and feminine, Genia Pauli Haddon, “bitches and bastards”, and putting people in boxes. A well lubed slide through some potentially controversial topics. 

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