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Jul 27, 2017

Meet Goody Howard, sex positive superhero!


0:00 Introduction and host chat

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1:00 Host Chat

Poly Dallas Millennium was eye-opening!

2:45 Poly in the News

9:17 Interview: Goody Howard, Sex Positive Superhero

We do a poly profile of Goody Howard, Sex Positive Superhero, whom we met at Poly Dallas Millennium. An intimacy consultant and a sex educator who loves to host toy parties and teach classes on oral sex, her superpower is helping people to be comfortable discussing intimacy, sexuality and their own wants and needs.

And Goody kindly agreed to give me feedback on what went wrong with my keynote address at PDM. How can I (and others) be more inclusive?

  1. Rather than giving voice to the voiceless, pass the mic. Give the opportunity to speak directly to the POC rather than speaking for them.
  2. Call in versus call out. “Call in” is to address an incident of privilege or implicit bias privately. A “call out” is addressing the incident publicly, in front of others.
  3. Educate yourself. On micro-aggressions and on how systematic racism works so you can recognize when it’s happening.

Find her on Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, (still looking for her vanity URL on YouTube, so subscribe to her YouTube channel so she can!), and her site is

41:15 Thank you!

Chris donated $69.96 to celebrate the wife and girlfriend going on their first date!

42:00 How to make this podcast better

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