On this episode of Sex Ed A Go-Go, Lola and the crew chat about the art of the Pussy Tickle, never being tired of talking about sex, getting your mojo back, Star Trek kinkery, and why hot tubs in the woods can be dangerous things. Seriously.
NY poet, author, and educator, Mo Beasley, and the fantastic Foxy Squire joined Lola on stage at Otto’s Shrunken Head in New York City on July 7th for another installment of Sex Ed A Go-Go.
You can find Foxy Squire on Twitter as @FoxySquire
For the first episode of Flamingos Forever, Ophilia and Cooper watch John Waters' second film Multiple Maniacs at Chicago's Music Box Theater. This version of the film was given a full digital restoration, and is as good as it's ever likely to look (or has any right to). We talk about the religious content, whether or not the film is particularly shocking, or particularly good for that matter. Both of us agree, Mink Stole is the mvp of this film, unless one includes Lobstora, then Lobstora is the best thing ever.
Laura's Diary is revealed, and Leland is held accountable for the murder of Jacques Renault while other shenanigans happen and a very racist character shows up. Cooper is incensed by the lesser elements of this episode, namely Hank and Harold, and discusses the value of clearing out the cast. We talk about why some actors vanish and others are in every episode. We sing the praises of Ray Wise, and the amazing opening shot of the episode.
Cooper, Ophilia, and Miko Technogeisha sit down at Chicago's famous Golden Apple Grill & Breakfast House to discuss their evening's entertainment, seeing The Cornservatory's production of Silence! The Musical. After they discuss their favorite moments and songs, they decide to deconstruct the Hannibal series and give it the autopsy/post mortem it deserves. (So that the final Rudecast episode will no longer be Hannibal Rising)
Silence! The Musical is playing The Cornservatory through August 13th, 2016. If you're in Chicago check it out!
Join Prof and Ginger in the bath while they bring you into their world of what they call “energy play.” They discuss ancient traditions, rejection of dogma, sensations, and how it is real for them. Ginger talks more about the practical “how to” for exploring energy play by yourself or with partners. Using mindfulness is accessible to anyone who wants to play with it. Get your woo on a little bit and see how it feels!